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

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TALLAHASSEE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBERS, .18 i. o. 3'1. ; .,.. .. .


-- FRIDAY, DR. THOMAS ORR '..'" 1, {

PUBLISHED ETERT Respectfully informs ; I ON. 2d precinct-at Si mm s store, 2d precinct...at Samuel Fair y. .

BY friends judges, Walter Davis, C. C. Ni- ; banks house, judges, Samuel t '
THRUSTON, and the public that DUVAL 1* .:
A. S. chols and Isaac Robins t1. Fairbanks and James Hall. \ %i :j ,
At Fire: dollirs per annum payable in of has Tallahassee located himself in the )' of 3d precinct at Big Pond 3d precinct, at the house of f !f "f- f ?

and offers judges Green Patterson, JohnG Francis P. 'tatioJ judges, Francis t r a s'

services as a practitioner, the pro- Smith and Cornelius Gran- P. Fatio and Lewis Fleming -.. t ,
Medicine and, Surgery, ha of the tham. 12th Uistrict-ivithin the following 1 A ,
OF THE studied his profession in the of the U. 4th precinct- *l Irvings Mill assigned limits.wthe city I : ,

Florida Intelligencer. niversity of Glasgow, Dublin to amend ---J'udgesJuhn B,.Roberts Peter of St. Augustine and all the ,, s ,.
become
The undersigned having Edinburg, and from his the estab Simmons and James Patterson.5th county lying between the road to: 'r} I

the proprietor of the Fr.oMDI -. ence, having practised in Gov precinct at Jeremiah Cor- from said city to Buena Vista l. I\ '4 ,
IXTELMGEXCER) informsthe fope, North and South .approved ieys, Judges John Lou, Jordan and the southern boundary of h:: -. t
public that it will hereafter : ca-hopes to merit a share 1826. smith and William McNvily.Cth ::t. Johns county. _. 1
by him known to District. within the following One of : ,.,
be edited and I published{ : public patronage. He may precinct-city St. Augustine "
at Tallahassee, the Capital of found at all times except that on assigned liu.its < the at the court house,judges .. ,4
in October lines of Gadsden John Y. Reuben Luring -1
absent boundary count Garep ; I
Florida. on professional duty, r t .,
of opened in and iJ. Jo ) i
aware al1o. : :
Editor is fully Col. Pindars ;! :
The attached to the June tavern. and res- Four precincts-1st precinctat 13th District within the following r ; i ;,
24.
the responsibility tf hereinafter -- Mathew Fain s house, assigned lie; its, the i .=
jituation, and the qualificationsnecessary } Newspaper Extract from the [; purple of judges: M. Nicholson, Thomas boundary lines:: ; .
render
to a of the Secretary of the members of Spfctgnt and Mathew Fain. Monroe counties." ');
and interesting to the 1 4
useful He does suryto the Receivers of of this .Mc-all Three precincts-1st precinct k
com munitY at large. restrictions : at New Smyrna, judges, John
not lay claim to those qualities Luc money, dated the I contained in Yonge: :harod .AlcCali Mark I yes, Charles r. Smith anu Jesse ; I .._
in a superior degree, )yet his constant .F eb. 182b. above rici- ilarvey. Hester. r ,

endeavours shall be to fllr- hill addition to specie i I 3d prt'cinct-at Andrew M. 2d precinct-at the house of )' t :

dish his patrons with Correct the bills of the Banks of : Johtrsions house, judges, Jo Jas. Larbey, judges, John Addison ,. i. I ....
:and early intelligence of the! : passing United c-tales and its as judges..atifj, ->eph Mcbride, Alexander Doug- Jas. IJarbey and Henry Wil- ) ,
events of the day ana with hich arc receivable in all P ass & \> in. H. Lliis.4ih m )n. ; ".

such miscellaneous matter asivill ments to the U. States, the : the anti severe requi precinct--ut the court Sd precinct---Key West, judg- {i t {

render his paper interestin.; neys receivable for public 1l' r names, ;.jouse, judges Archibald SmLh "S, Samuel Fry, John Whitehead I

Forida having no voice in the in i lorida are as follows. ." all the sen. Henry Wilder and Thomas ]I and Fitzpatrick.. '

C wiicils of the nation upon gene- notes of the incorporate! attenn, B. \\T outlJl1. Given under my hand at the > .;,
in Boston, City of ,\ \ 7th L>ibtrict-within the following City of Tallahassee this tweuiy j :
ral subjects, it is unnecessary at f JI' any one \
Philadelphia, Baltimore, d assigned limits, the third day of Jui in the
this time to designate the political Hlc at thi. ) year J
tic Columbia, Richmond, oounuury lines of Leon county." one thousand eight hundieti and J I '
',raise he might be inducedto to elect .
& It is sufficient) to ob- Carolina, Georgia, *l New 0 Four precincts st precinct twenty six;:, and of the Independence ; ,
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;pursue.. !lcans, and A.abama. But luiiiona ui the house of John of 1
,
the foi the U. States the !
hat it will 11 be AMCRICA" fifty : ;
an -
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se -.To permission to receive the idvis, ud res, John Havis .
A1I the J '
wiicy.( .. having for its object i. jf local or state: banks is only onarles render and Reuben first.WILLIAM .' 1
P. UFAL.
the greatest gnJ, rthe grcaUs, 'z: ih furce, provided that county PalUfox oi Manning, >._ -it

fl'/-i/er./ The local concerns
Vtf Ternif'tsasricidlural\ ; inj ni demand and are otherwise Ciai- the house of Col. William Bai- office for the purchase I
to
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te.rests its climate, population t good c'.edi For the with ey, judges, William Bailey and sale of lands is opened at f) .f .... :
&, varha* imp''ovemeiUs whichare :iou of purchasers of ." John G. Robinson and John I). Tallahassee. ... .

every dj) Luikjn: .;; i ii this interesting :\!Ill Js each Receiver will house ol Edwards.3d It is known that the rich lands '.. i. :;

!' covs.-itry.:: : wiii uie newspaper 1 in his ] el, John precinct Tallahassee, at in Florida are well adapted to ;J "r.
be early and zealously! attended list oftne description of ] an, me house of Charles Pindar, the culture of that neat staples '. -
>. :nth he is hereby authorized Ede Van Evour, John r .
to, and he feels a pleasure instating : judges Sugarcane auu sea Island: i
'. ii-i\e, and he will !give Alclvor and Edmund Doyle.4th .
that some gentlemen the fol Ootton-That gentlemenwho :
of respectable liter. talents, j.i ilke manner of any "all tht: precinct-St. Marks, at visit this with -i -
'r.v vhictv country a view to ..)
of
may occasionally the house Jeptha Gilbert,
in different parts oi the Territory pace But in all such and count) judges, Robert U. Jourolman, : permanent settlement, labor under { ... ,
of Pal- .
have assured him of their east ,
/
.iuus he will state that ulthou i and the John Hamlin and Jeptha Gil- ; many disadvantages in the i 1 -
,
assistance, and will contributeby the : purchase or location of lands ', .
accommodation of
.or ;)C rt. ; i. Arl. -
their labours, to render the nasers the local and State s,) to 8th District-within the following which it is believed might be obviated r"J,

Florida Inttlligenrer! a vehic le notes therein enumerated and ; j 1st precinct assigned limits, ., the by this cifice. r l : _

of general info 'mation. Ii is of present receivable, it is judges, Ti- .oundary lines of Machua coun It is the intention of the undersigned ",' i} \
the last importance to the people i>le that payments; t>e main : ...iiuvi lauui iv' to be prepared with ; ... '..
to have the of the Three precincts ..1st prrmnci i r --
a specie or notes s pfinlal information relative to '
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paper conducted upon Independent I of the U. States and its es, Hen- at the house ot Edward JVi. t he quantity ana ennu aj! lilt [ I :: ,

principals, as the more rs ; and that, as the receipt of : Simpson &. *\ antun, judges, Edward M.Vanton i most valuable land, which maybe tJ I ,-
Florida is known abroad, the ny of the loca! or State .1'P.1'r \ John Fleming ana offered for sale by the government t

more rapid will be the tide of notes may be discontinued ferry i homus Bush.2d I or by individuals ; .. / I

emgratioii to this favoured region any time without previous ana \\ it- .1 Precinct-at the house of Books will be opened for the 9 ,{ { ,
and the sooner shall she tice, it will b< well for those i i. G. Lopei ti. G., judges, James Os- Registering of all estates which \ \ } Y

be hailed, as another star in the :lave payments to make to : the fol en and Loptr.the house ol l may be committed to the charge 1" ....: -
American hemisphere. The E- vide iheniselvrs with specie, the 3d preciuct--at of said office, with drafts and de. 1 i ," -:'.'
cf John G. Rails, judges, John G.
notes of the bank the Walton
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an
1 examinations -
ditor therefore confidently looks \criptions-speci f. '. "
.albVilliam Gibbons V Ben- \ i ;;
States: cr its branches, to .
will be if deemed ',
made in all 1\
forward! to a liberal subscription I that nett Maxy lid!. c::ses ;
gainst any change : precinct .
list and a prompt support from or found proper in regard Jcrc- 9th District--within the ;ol- essary. :
the Citizens of this Territory. he notes of local ortalc: Bcin i McKennt i'wing assigned limits, *Mhtlicundary The said office will be prepared t.

.1. J5. '1 briiston.CONDITIONS. i; hank note for a less a lines of Nassau tour to attend to all business relative 1 t: ;.

than five dollars is to be l'ect' \ big Sprin;; ,y- to the perfect completion f 'f
THF FLORIDA INTELLIGENCER :ior any that is not payable '\' F. Mil Four precincts-1st precincat or adjustment of land claims 1f ,.. i .

: v ill be published weekly ai demand. Ruses Bluff, judges, Jame --to all husiness appertaining to '
T. Oneil, and William Mathews the donation or pre-envPtionlaws ( -1',
JFC ticllar-s! per annum, payablein Richard K. Call, judg- {.. W _
ai 'Crud ". Jones, John iun passed by the Congress of the :... td t .
Advertisements Vaughan. 2d 'precinct-at the house ot United States, for the benefit of :.' [ ;
dollar inserted atone July 15. ut20tbJ. Dempse} higginboUom, judges, t-. the early settlers in Floridaand r : 1
per rare for the first I 1
"c
Brown
RIBEH .
penionanr; fifty rents for each I l-l Li I Dempsey .ginboltom, Rigdun to every description of business t .
.
j;! crticn 'afto". 'thc number! of arrivals HAS,just and received has on hand by the at and Archi and Lewelien pt'cc.inct-at Williams.3d Amelia Is relating to a general land ..- f...., 1"1.,:)

,
stlions! : must ne 'el. or.vlsft 'ernandina Chas agency. t
,
spe !land } ,judges
of G. William M -
the ; store. late the store Maps of the public lands which .:g:
;
th-y "ill be }published} William Seaton, Thomas Reynolds and ;
,
until ordered"out and i; Co. ar assortment of Acosla. were offered in May 1825, and .: __'t
charged ood and E. omingo t-
Goods
act:or ingly. Clothing, Dry i 4th precinct-at Wm. Frinks of those later. advertised for }
and Groceries for sale on .
at
sale the can
government
by
A. S. T. west Point, house, judges, William Frink, .
lowest in this place, .
terms
times be '
John I Britton Knight; and James G. all procured. : ;;
fan%? at .n. Marks.sub..cribershav cash only, or all sorts of .Mmth. Letters (post paid) addressed ---. 'J

E recent, taken in exchange for Goods.A the fol lath District within the following to Richard C. Allen & Co. Tal. '.,,':
TH: >
bra. Russel jr. all the will be attend :
Florida p
I ly erened 1 a large and 1 coin- u com- assigned limits, lahassee .. ,.
tnudiuusV are' Hnuset Sr. March 24. ern bank of county of Uuval north & west of edto, ..
Marks, St. Johns river. Allen & Co
and ai c now 1 prepared tcooi'.s intersection Richard \: }l
1'ef ere ? ')n storage ; tltrchargtr Received by the line, thence Three Precincts-1st precinct July 8, 1826.. i r : j
s will h -Black creek, at the house of Excel ,.j
<> moderate! and mmlliJ1A9 the mouth Reference his n .R
the Strich.t yi'CTitinn paid to the ST. thence up Gabriel Priest, judges, Gabriel cy, ",.m. P. Duval, Co}. Robert ) '. ;'
r'ceh-in AND FOR SALE AT Robert utchinson and
!; and delivering: of any fresh & thence Priest Butler, Col. James Gadsden, V j
43 bbls. superfine I
coiaiTnrtl. Andrew Brincony.2d
county Ben ,
General R. K. CallMajor 1 F j
Tht' Pork, Jacksonville
20 do ,
> will also receive and sell)J hill, and prec.inct-at Tallahassee. J '
at Lard house, J. D. Chaires, "- :!
small missionsany goods, 20 kegs the above at the court judges Gad
Cot tan, or Pioduce that may be 5 bbls. Mackerel], county. Hart, John Warren and FrancisJ. Jonathan Robinson Esq.Overton J.'f.
Samuel R-
erJ r tISt'cl to them.t 8 sacks Salt, 1st precinct Ross. den county. :
H. 3d the house of Pensacola. .
A large assortment of 2 kezs Tobacco, judges, Ow- precinct-at --
Rc"'ds and 1 provisions kept con.tantly 5 1-2 bbls. buck wheat .Oneil and Charles Bronard, judges, Chae. Pre-Emption Law. j ., i

J on 1 hand, and sold very' 1 barrel glauber Salts, I Bronard, William Starrett and DAVID B. MACOMB and .... ..*F i.

ofor cash x 1 do Almonds, Cains store, Stephen Eubanks. following WM. ALLI ON McREA Attorneys ,.,
District-within the : :
IHh
J. &. N. II:tullen. 8 kegs Powder, Arthur. assigned limits, all the and CounCe .torn at Law, .' .

--April- 7. tf Expect to receive in a : the fol county south and east of St. will attend to all buitntw, en- : '
-- hundred arising un
days two or three river, within the boundary trusted their care t ic. ::
.q..S. limits, "all Johns ,
T llR USTOeJ', rels corn. lines of Duval and St. Johns der the law of Congress granting .. : '

COUNSELLORAT10KNKY J. & N. IIA ,ILEN. ,fourth dis by counties, and north of the city of pre.emption.rights to set j :
1 he office .
A.Nn March 24. "t. Augustine and north of the tIers in this Territory. 4 'Jet,..
is in Tallahassee L:1 .
l ATLAW road thence to Bueva Vista. the former ;. : :
"II} practice in the courts of DR. TUCKER. sl precinct, Tho- Three precincts- 1st precinctat of the lattef, in Qumcy, ';1. :.' ;. -

LL .1. CUden and Jackson. IIisltsht'a"e TENDERS his profess s and John. Kingsleys Bluff, judges, M. GacI den county. .' .
is in Tallahassee. services to the public. Jenkins and Samuel Jungsley. August 5. ? / ; ;..4

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.;d : -=ii 11<< rer of the 7th nst. and is n. I came ofJage i in thought should find
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I .MISCELE.q\.f: doubt correct ; the latter part of ,Was soon put into the nominationof pride among the nations, band at the bottom." t h !;

A writer in ic Christian. it being a production from his '! of the county which will present to them.that splen- (- --

Watchman, relates the following own pen. It:live, and at the first election dor of genius,which she has e-

.. 'anecdote of Mr.: Jefferson.He .- Hevas born on the 2d of April following, I became one of its representatives ver possessed, but has too long 'rALLA\la. t tF1tlUAY

says that the circumstances 1743, in the county of Albemarle in the Legislature. suffered to rest uncultivated and

Were detailed to him by Elder at Shadwell, a coun- 1 I was thence sent to the Old unknown, and will become a SEf1'Elil3tlt.

| Andrew Tribble, about six years try seat which now belongs to Congress. centre ofralhance to the States, -......

ago, who since died when ninety his grandson, within a short distance Then employed two years; whose youths she has instructed, JU :.1'H M. 1\ HlTE.

two or three years old : of Monticello, and within with Mr. Pendleton and Mr. and as it were, adopted. It is uniortunate, in our OPUUtll\

Andrew Tribble was the Pastor half a mile of his Rivanna mills. \V ythe, on the revisal and re- I claim some share in the me- friends the interest, particularly of this gcnllcrlJa.1 die t ,tJlillhs:
LUlter
of a small Baptist Church, lIe was of course in the 84th duction to a single Code, of the rit of this great work of regene i>ens acula., : \: of ,

which held its monthly meetings year of his nge. He receivedthe whole body of the British sta- ration. My whole labors, now him fruui charges, either iuugi a7k IIC

at a short distance from Mr. highest honors at the Collegeof tutes, the act of our Assembly, lor many years, have been devoted real, tina it i.eccbsaty. 10 make Uac

Jefferson house, eight or ten \ and Mary ; and studied and certain parts of the common to it, mid I stand pledgedto terms in, and relation to speak to others ot iliem, ufensive ugui, :

> years before the American Re- the law under the celebrated law. follow it up, through the remnant uer calculated 10 excite inimical llulDat.f\d.

volution.' Mr. Jefferson attended George Wythe, late 4 Then elected Governor. of life remaining to me. nibs A tate Ua/ette, conuuua. :

f ; the meeting of the church Chancellor of Virginia. Beforehe 4 Next to the Legislature, and and komewhai intemperate aruciieciuig ,
Uovernor Uuial
f;;' several months in succession, had attained his 25th year, he to, Congress again. I I Personal Pccutiarittes.- upon Dootor upon iselson, the atentot], and i.&t

*, and after one of them, asked Elder was a distinguished member of 1 Sent to Europe as Minister' Brougham is a mm ana &alluwconiplcxiontd Kentucky deli & uumt uajiuui.tiser n4

i Tribble to go home and dine the Virginia Legislature, and Plenipotentiary. man, strongly; I or nol, ins tnencia 1.\e ftCtlfC(
him with which he of State characterized by a con v u 1i 1 e troin him a hint, Unti me abuse 01'toot
with| 1 request took an active part in all the 'Appointed Secretary would oe
genuenen aceepu&ie,
oi the nostrils.
corn lied. measures which they adopted in to i the new government. movement lie I. ) ; out it certainly eating jCHiinotM

Mr. Tribble asked Mr. Jefferson opposition to the usurpations of 1 Elected Vice President and n itatcd the impression of his accessary lor the delence ul Louulit

how he tats pleased with Great Britain. In 1775, he is President. sarcasm is tremendous. His su-p dim hu tiicnds aiiuuid pursue \nij
in walking the streets IS hur- course, and attempt to those
injure
their church government ? Mr. said to have been the author of Aud lastly, a Visitor and \ka
ever iiieir
rieu and restless; his dress mean t.ave aiscnarked duty Wi 4
i Jefferson replied, that it had the Rector of the
i protest t against the propositions University. Roscoe the Liverpool historians ze.li and 6deiiiy

struck him with great force, and of Lord North. He was i 1; In these different offices, is tail nod thin, with a Doctor >elbou has said, in the :tDeuce -
in
btooj 1) of ,
had interested him much ; that subsequently transferred to the i with scarcely any interval be- the shoulders. Washington Ir- applicant: many to me thai ooard uot.pliite<< fltf i uaL,

he considered it as the only form General Congress at Philadelphia tween them, I have been in the *,;ne is gentlemanly and agreeable thai iiiblttution, to occojiic directors tiieir tll j
of pure democracy that then! existed where be public service now 61 considered hug ;
, distinguished years ; in HIS figure, with a verystroug tney as not entirtt h
in the world ; and had concluded himself by the firmness of his and during the far greater partof tendency to drowsiness ,niei-cbied, and selected another.JfUi.s ..

that would be the best sentiments and the of his the time, in foreign countries, : charge js unfounded, a is Ius-
energy when in company: or when walking oeptiule of the most positive refutatloi;
plan government for the American compositions. Of these qualifications or in other States." ; we have seen him ourselves 1 -and instead oi abusing others,u ut"':

colonies. "i! his was severalears no other evidence could 'If the legislative services are \vinie before duty wlncu t.o1. Vaac owe:>> to his co v.
before the Declaration of dozing standing btituents to prove it uutuunued. Ho..
) be required than the imperishable worth mentioning, and the stampof t AioiteiiO -Mali.
s
in
e\er tugti ii* may: have stoodjn the .
American Independence. To i Document which declaredus liberality and equality, whichwas The Duke of Wellington is tall, t.uiution of the peupie, it i is scarcely e>

what extent this practical exhi- free, sovereign, and inde (necessary to be impressed witn a strohg marked bronzed be supposed that hm word alone, or

bition of religious liberty and e- pendent States." on our laws, in the first crisis of that oj'lib friends, will In all casts DC'
countenance the warrior
; every satisfactory, wncre other
>> pruofmu
quality operated on Mr. Jeffer I From 1777 to '79, (for certain our birth as a nation, was of any inch.' Edward Irving, mediately in his power ; nor will calIIIg' ,

son's mind. in forming his views portions of those years) he was value, they will find that manyof the preacher, is also and name or heaping abuse upon 0-

t and principles! of religious and occupied with Wythe and Pen-I the leading and important laws thin with a tremendous spare thcrs, satisiy the public mind one
bushy
j civil freedom, which were afterwards of that thing however wuich we learn frog
dletou in revising the laws of day, were prepared by
beard and that be well
highly popular whbker paper, it may enough to i irecoitcct.
so ably exhibited, I Virginia. In 1779, he succeeded myself, and earned chiefly by :". lIe carries the puritan Col. tt lute's friend* poi

I \vill not Sft.v. [Patrick Henry as Governorof my efforts ; supported indeed by with him in gait, voice and man ti\eiy deny his haying ever made the

FEMALE PATRIOTISM. the State. In 1781 he composed able and faithful coadjutors. I Hpphcativn, to become tie: agent of theKentucky

In the speech} of ;'11'. Pearce, I his Notes on Virginia ;" The prohibition: of the further ner.Sir W. Scott is a greyheaded i I location ot ueaf their and grant dumb of land.:asjiumjiaLt> :

on J tilt( bill for the relief of Pe- tl.a.i which no; work of equal dimensions importation of slaves was : -.--........----.---.&.&..
unassuming, cideriy man,
n:- "v:'e De.llihe J mentioned the I has ever attained to the first of these measures in with .a slight limp, but not so OMM UJMCA, 1'/OJt s.

mi ,tr petticoat of ;Mrs. Bailey, i greater reputation. In the summer time. so as is supposed. Lockmuch --- -- .------

: o* instead of Groton of 1782 he was in Congress I c For the Florida Intelligence.
vi'.i.n.igJ/Mi Thy s followed by the abolition hart, his soiMn-law, is a dandy in :

the 5.tj1)1' her patriotic heron at the moment when the of ertails, which brokeup per on aa: well as in literature ; : IR. LDIT(>R,

isin ( '.11'. Barber, her next Virginia Legislature were framing the hereditary and highhanded he is at present the editor of the SIR-I herewith hate the

door neighbor, mi ht have cor- a State Constitution. The aristocracy, which, by accu- Quarterly Review. Miss Edge pleasure of presenting to you i

O''<.. re_ ted Mr. P.)) The introduction draught; of the instrumentvhich mulating immense/ masses of worth is a thin lady, with a voice sample from of wheat raised by Mr.

of:; singular! : 3 m article in a he transmitted on that occasion, in lines of biter, Italian sce ,import.l'd .
single the
property family of
criket.
1 sharp as chirp a : by Cols. Murat and
Gadsden
Congressional! debate, might x-I was not received till the day had divided our country into two Tom Moore is a shout and round and presented by them to such,

cite a siiiile, unless accompanied l when the committee were to report distinct orders of nobles and plebeians. little gentleman, with a livelyeye ) planters as were
.lallation In 1 Sl.! the result of their labors. disposed t
by ad
ex./ and
!i restless activity in his make an experiment.Mr. .
when Corn n {,atur's squadron I They were so much pleased .
? 1 But, further to complete the ;. g.iit.: in company, as we have later sowed his about
was blockaJed by Com Hardy, with his preamble, that they adopted i
equality among our citizens, so i I met him at Longman's his flow I last Christmas, one grain Produced .
Stunning i..r. ) was-attacked by the it as a part of their report of animal w bunch
essential to the maintenance of spirits is more to be. a bearing; forty-ino|.
env.! Mgained' \ immortal ho- ; so, that as it is now well republican government, in was admired than his wit. Captain I heads: lie had about one bun.

nor by repulsing: them. AttacksYCIe understood, our Bill of Rights IjPLL1CCn1'Y to allnlcl, % .1..... 1,..:..01 A.Jon i'a, the f f rct 1Vhru.e tiled grains that came up, which
*, also threatened on New cwl the OvMioiUnt, -.i.i'- irorn 1 pie} ?of prouiogeniture ; I drew works incited him to perpetuate yielded eigru quarts of clezaseed.
juunuuiiUHU ueratur daily: night the, of George Mason the
pen ; The wheat is
the lateof descents his that which
giving on account. The
equal 1 poetry own
ly and hourly, either in earnest, Preamble was Thomas Jeffer( inheritance to sons and daughters /Ijfarquis of Anglesia is a fine is called bearded, and from the
or by way of harassing: diversion.On son's. In 178-1. he left the U. ; quantity of leaves and straw
'- whii-h] made a part of the commanding man, handsome and
one occasion the hostile S. associated in which it
being a plenipotentiary 1 Revised Code. well formed. produces, Mr. Slater
ships ,\'Cl'e'ithin half an hour's commission with Franklin \t"ill cultivate it, if only for fodder. .
1 The attack the establishment Jllr. Scarlett the barrister is i
on ,
sail of New London. The forts and Adams, addressed to the .

and lines were manned there and several) powers of Europe, for of a dominant religion, was the very personification of good Mr. S. harvested this rather
first made by myself. It could humour, fresh coloured and corpulent soon, as the birds
Groton
half
at a mile distant, the purpose of concluding treaties : were injuring
0:1 the opposite! side of the river.Ii of ('ommer( c. In October be carried at first, only by a sus- with a delightful delivery. 'It, which accounts for its shriveled -
pension of salaries for Mr. Canning is gentlemanlyand
stale.
: the urgency of the case, two 1789, he obtained l leave to return one year,
18 24 by battling it again at the next intellectual in pel'son"ith a I have the honor to be,
which
or pounders, were home ; and on his arrivalwas
session of another year, and so, classical cast of countenance, Yours respectfully,
unoccupied were taken by the made the first Secretary of
from until the and noble contour of head CHARLES PINDAR.To .
to
year year, public -
citizen j nut JI1> duty, and mountedon State under Gen. \Va hil ron.
,, mind for the bill Wilberforce is unostentatious in 4
was ripened
r.n eld br ast-\" H'k, and menSS His corresnoudencc] with the
I for. establishing religious freedom figure, but like the Marquis the Voters of Leon County!
sure:; taken to iurnish ammUli- French:
ai1d.English Ministers is
both composing the 1th electoral District .
had
lion for them. In the constant a proud monument of his creni- which I prepared for Wellesley, commanding invoice
the Revised Code also. This and oratory. Kean: the of Florida
state of ah :In that ctisted, the as ; lie alternately rebuked the
was at length established actor, is vulgar and plebean in FELLOW CITIZENS,
dry goo.ia; ; rind l been removed: cold running of Listen and) the per- As one of for
fran manently, and hy the efforts his address .and t person, with nothing my opponents
1'iesfjrcs. .
: and the Inthi'l; rfrvin rash anoul..of] Genet. His Reports
suffrages has establishedthe
Chiefly of Mr. Madison, being to redeem hint but his fine your
:; the houses ia the :"Idare" and
on money, weights and precedent, and it will jirqbi? *
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intellectual
for car ,f myself in Europe at the time eye, whose expression -
: a repetition of its fate measures ; 01* the fisheries, andon hly hereafter erentuate in a cus-
in .J78! whfii i it: H-JS burnt and the restric.tions of commerce, that work was brought forward. is restless and versatile.- tom, for candidates to address
I think I add the Cobbett is orthodox
establishment an
might English
plundered. Paper being found are ample! attestations of t the enlarged the voters of their respective
iii--ifi je.ii fur cartridges, flannel views of the Philosopher of our Cimersity.My .- farmer in appearance, ratherc Districts on the eve of an eleol

\vas sought for, ad:: l very !littie and the financier.In residence in the vicinity, orpulent, but with an intelligent .:.;n, I i-ntcr upon the task with
found. In this! critical threw of coarse on me the chief COllitnn! llce. Mr. Peel is a icelings of diffidence and con
emer: 1797
ne was elected Vice
gencyviih the aimST. burden of the ether rite, as well gentleman, in gait, person and cern ; not that I dislike to CD-
enemy : President and four after.
within Mis. ; years of the, buildings as of the general address. gage in the discussion of such
gunshot, Bailey, President of the United States.For o
\yifc.of Gl1)t.Elijah, Bailey. organization and care of the topics, as are, at this lime, most
eight years he conducted the whole. The effect of this institution Sheridan and the Boots.-She- particularly connected with the.
postmaster a cirjine daughter
of seventy-siY who hd remained government with a strength of on. the future fame, for- ridau made his appearance[ one interests of the good people of ,
;: -
talent, a purity of 1 purposes, a and in this District, or are interesting:
firm at her tune prosperity of the country day a pair of new boots ; this
loosened
post, respect to Constitutional Principles the citizens of this
ami kicked off her flannel can. as yet be seen but at a attracted the notice of some of to generally
; bidding which might serve as a model distance. But hundred well his friends said Territory but that in the per
them take it in defence of an ; now guess,
her and if to his successors. His acquisition educated youths, which it will he, lhow I came by these boots ?' formanceof ibis duty, it becomesmdispensiiJle
country : oilierarme.it of nijF
any of Louisiana alone now to speak
turn out annually, and ere long Many probable then
guesses
would
be of service, calls down the own qualifications to starve yogi
$1 loudest praises will till all its offices with men took place. No,' said Sheri-
% ; they might; have that also. Ma/ from if honored by a majority of your
Sal r Smith; presentingsherifiTof the every tongue. of superior, qualifications, and dan, no, you've not hit it, nor suffrages, in the next Legist: *

# count gave his drawers for the But what is deficient hi the raice it from its humbled stateto e"ervill.. I bought them and live Council. Self is a topic,

-.. same purpose.- The pettIl'oatwwe.er receding narrative, must be an eminence among its associates \ paid for them. which I always have, and ever
: made up from a curious and authentic which it has If
} was not made into car- ,) never yet shall consider improper, t.

tri.l yes i>y the aslant' volunteers, memoir now lying be- known, no, not in its brightest. A very little girl, walking not indelicate to introduce before j W

\....'ton d a standard: of it, de- fore us, in the hand writing of days. Those now on the theatreof I home with her aunt on a fine fros- the public, except on occasions. |

cli I u* t'lCY would (ti i, ht under it Mr. Jefferson. He was called affairs will enjoy the ineffable ty evening, had her attention attracted connectedvith l the public ,,d" i

to the last drop of t their blood on by a particular oocasion to happiness of seeing themsclvessuecee'ded by the brilliant appearance fare, and public measures.

t rather! than strike it to the ene- state some of the circumstancesand by sons of a grade of of the heavens, and point- This crisis has arrived m yfetlow ;
services of his life-and science their ken. to the ciuuis. A new era is about -
i ill" P-esident Monroe, on his : beyond own ing stars, she said with
tour J through Connecticut! I from this curious document, for Our sister States will also be great simplicity, Aunt, what tu t-kc place in our pol'wcul
was :
introduced to Mrs. Bailey, and which we are indebted to the repairing to the same fountainfor are those 1 are they little gim- reljoi: : s. We are for to the assemble first
consuiuiiotially
told the story, whir.h was also kindness of a f.'iendve lay the instruction ; will bring hither blet holes, to let the glory thro' ?" time in this Territory, as fre*'
following extract before our their to be kindled at .
genius our
iv u ated to La his
Fayette on men, and enjoy the high prerogative
r. r' .f to that place, and seeing readers. It furnishes some information fire, and will carry back the fraternal In want of a husband.-r\: young ;attached to (the chrractcr

I tie} heroine of the nnecdote.T'FOTHS in that touching style affections; which, nourished lady was lately told by a married of Americans. \\"c arc call 4

JEFFERSON. for which the author was so remarkable by the same Alma Mater, lady, that she had better upon to frame laws for tbfc &'

;k The l f following which, no\v that the will knit us to them, by indisco- precipitate herself from off the vernment of oursehea, and thl
brief sketch
-,\ the life of Mr. Jefferson of great man has descended to the luble. bonds of early personal rocks of the Passaic falls into the beautiful and desirable sectionof

is copied tomb, it may not be improper to" friendships. The geod old Dominion bason beneath, than The count.'r.Ve arc
from the Richemnd I marry. .. ,
j 'e...'.t
i I Ii Enqi lay before the public. I the blessed mother of. youn lady replied, "I would, to select from emery ernes< :

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Ie person to dischargea perous at nomej ihd respectable mountain ,mostly' Without" timber dress of of the Aldermen 6.:1;: :
a !utab trust. Need I abroad.It one on nre uo symptoms an ear. J) t f
unpo and valleys of rich lali this evil is admitted all Ij improvement ; on the contra t "
the good or con- by that there The roads or ; j: .i:
paths in
add, that 5 that will ensue to the never was a Territory that pos condition. Notwithstan are a primitive lowing" We admire and ry, the accounts from any part j'i .: j
5 qucnC of this Tcr'aucTto sessed such miserable highly approve of the rather dis '
habitants a code of ding the immense country are i,; i1t}
quantities of the and decided
magnanimous -
present. our children and laws ; there never was a country m rchan i transported along \ course .which couraging, and complaints of a :?.\l ?
., pursued
jtorY. are to b echildren that deserved a better. Possessing you of than
thisrtrack greater scarcity -
children it
s is only wide enoughto during the late canvass fur the money f':1: (,.
laws that are to advantage of climate for some time The
dby the ; every admit the passage of mules. Presidency. That office was past. ac:1:

tneUurt emanate from our next I.egislaBicil soil, val iety of staples and extensive The Andes are very high thro', within your power ; it could counts of the military insurrections :....' j : '
t ? We all feel deep- sea coast, shall we lose this of the in Colombia are calculated i !It
part continent. In have been secured by on the t
you '
tifC ...
I Trested citizens in the all these highly valuable privileges the to all American ...
aa dry
season; the want of Water terms upon which it is now oc depress South ; :.f "
, 111.choice of our repn scntauvt.-=- and sacrifice them on the clouds of dust, and the ver- cupied. But we rejoice that the securities in London." ; : :: ','
therefore, as citizens altar of'apathy and indifference tical -' '.,'-'
of
,
Upon ourselves rays, a blazing sun, ren- distinguished patriot and states ;t' { .1 _
measurably depend our as to the person who is to der .
secureus '
travelling disagreeable. 1was ]man of i ennessee could not be A Pun.-At a late fashionable _
future ptosperity. or our futurecompAt1't not only in their possessionand eight days performing the purchased, and that the interestof assembly in one of our southern t t.. ,"c4. '

miserv.Ve- owe enjoyment, but in their con journey ': 10 unites from Isa- his feHovcitizellsvould not cities, a gentleman was asked .; }.., .

.It nrrseUes,inhabitants to our children ufth15nd sequent extension Hence the and necessity enlargement. ot- bell Guatamala, and used reasonable by him be sold. Your conduct which of the ladies present he t.J: .

the future industiy. From m) progress on that occasion we conceiveto thought the most beautiful. lIe '
,
:
valuable: section a thorough reform in
and our pre- you can form some idea \7"d' \
mpprtan United States, to elect I sent system : hence the corre- of the badness of the roads.- be highly meritorious ; it indeed replied Why really madam, .\ :.

of.h e and efficient men to make. sponding'obhgal1on on our partsto This city i in situated in latitude deserves the approbationof they are all very beautiful- -, .: t _

good for us-men interested in elect such men as are capable 14 north, in a rich valley and in all, particularly of those who but I think that Miss -, c:/ 1 i ipointing

laws the soil, and whose considera-. of -effectingtnat refot m. I a most delightful climate. Its then were, and now are your ( to one who was dress- : <.t 1 :

tions and 1 feelings of deep interest speak as a citizen and as a father -- elevation is estimated at 5000 devoted friends. In it we see ed in the extreme of fashion) ) 9

in the effect ofany I law, are of a family, as well as a feet above the sea. The inhabitants plainly manifested that decision : fairly outstrips _them all." .t I I

ratio of Us brneficlal" candidate for your suffrages. 1 scarcely know and of conduct magnani- -_- I.
only I m the a change energy 'Ve\; r 1 :
citizens ol I am a planter and of authorized to announce j j
as interested
:esu1 I to the good deeply temperature during the year. mity sentiment, love of coun-
tlJclnJe l&leSe in the of There is continued Mr. John W. Lavinus as a can t ..
the Territory, not to passage any lawas one vernal try, and inflexible integrity, : t :
Th rising prospects and des any of you. I address you season. The thermometer since which is so justly imputed to didate, to represent Leon County 7 t I

tined grandeur of Florida, demand therefore as such with co'nfi- my arrival has ranged from 67 you. You have been ever ready in the Legislative Couu* I. I
'
a system of laws, calculated dence. I appeal as such to the to 73. A gentleman in another to oppose the destructive effects CII. 1 5 t tez.r

to secure us in the possession virtue and good sense of mv tel. I part of the city informs me, that of political swindling and !
and enjoym nt of the inestimable ow-citizcns, whether connected I \ls tin rmomeier being exposedn : W. are authorised to announce :
pmileges extended to by the bonds of brotherhood, or one clay, stood at 80. Y>t corruption ; ever willing and solicitous Col. David B. Macomb r ;: J
that the will of
inhabitants of'h- Territory solely by the private relations ofocicty. when the mercury was at that the people as a candidate to represent Le- ,. T.1 ,

the the Organic law, and guaranteed I: present myself before legree, (tic freshness and elasticity should be done, that they on county in the next Legislative .. l l

by by tne Constitution of you on this occasion, with perfect o ihe breeze was delicious. should have strong voice in the Council. ;!
indifference management of the affairs of this -- I
The weather reminds of -
American ts to
the United States to every my OWII : me our I Iozr
citizen. Our present code success in the election. My only sweetest May days. Within nation. We have no doubt these : We are authorised to announce :. !

fdili far short of effecting many anxteiy is, and I hope it is twenty leagues of this city, then principles will continue to be Edward R. Gibson Esq. -

of) the ends proposed by.leg-Isla. that of eveiy good citizen, that is every climate. Within six or cherished by you ; may you con- as a candidate to rcpresent'Leon .

tion. Independently: of its poiBessinft we elect good: men an."l 1 true eight leagues, and in view, is the tinue to maintain them ; may county: in the next Legislative 1 I i

few of the attributes of a to serve us ; that we, in the language r volcano, called here the the people of these United States Council. 1 1Alteratisn J 'J3cJx1Ve .J

perfect system a recurrence to of the great father of his I. Volcan de .gua. which bv its eruptions feel and know your merit, and } "

the common law of England becomes .;:ountry, our beloved 1 Wushingon destroyed ohl! Guatemala may it be most amply reward are authorised an- iJ .:

iudispensable for an elucidation before we extend our suf- supposed; i'. be 14 or 150'.:0 ed." nounce Mr. William Wyatt as a / 1 ...( 1

or sanction pf such ('rages to a t.andirlaLlsk his invariable feet hi u. from ;vnuch this city. To this the General replied : candidate to represent Leon i",+- {. :;

common acts and duties as are question, u Jg hr cafia is supplied( with ice.: Within a You, Sir, have been pleasedto County, in the next Legislative \ t: 'Jfi :

inmost, nay I will venture !'.> ble, is he honest ? l fen leagues from thence on the pass in review, my conduct in Council. I t ; .. I Lr _

assert, in every State or Territory Kesprctfully l I I =;snores of the Pacific, is the the late Presidential contest. I -_ t. .. I
of the Union, the subject Yuur fellowcitizen.D :lurching climate of Africa, un- '
Legislative cnactnH nt. .VYIO! B. \COMB.: 'er the equator. 'Ibis variety trust you will believe me candid of Proposals. .: l
when 1 assure that I Stone and Timber Wanted \
if --- of climate affords ac equal vari- you : ; \ ;\
his unnecessary: not improper .
'
that I: should this Cuatamaia. June io/7/.-I t.kc 't \ of pi oJuct ons. Hence are have too long practiced the pure Navy: Agent's Office, .t:'", .
at tune, principles of Republicanism to Pensacola, 1st August, 1826. f.,: ,
in
great pleasure r jmplying; with to be every day in this market '
to all
out
those .
point you statutes SEALED PROPOSALS ; .
in our code which conflictwith your lequest. On the 17th of the productions of all coun- abandon them at this late periodof : ':rt.'
be received office
each other and April, we anchored! in th har ries. In view, and distant a- my life. I have always :been WILL at my un .
are therefore 15th October next, for the ; ;
nugatory in their effects.- "hour of Omoa. This is the out 5 leagues from this city, taught to believe, that ours Is a supply of the following materials, to .

The conpass of an address will principal Atlantic port for the are the vulcanos called Mactra- government based upon the will build a wharf the Navy Yard, viz : .' .. j .

Dut admit ol it. There are Ita.\V S trade of this city and tht stare lone Near them the earth is almost of the people, and establishedfor 10o,- 6U Cubic feet of timber :

however, that by a repeal and of ofGuafamala. iv situated on continually trembling.- their prosperity and happiness of the following dimeusions, viz: j{ ..

subsequent: re-enactment of their the south-west side of the Bay This is a celebrated: watering exclusively-in the adoption 1213 logs, 30 feet long and 13 .,''. J

different titles, preambles and of Honduras, and about Co rr.iles place, much frequented for lhe of our constitution, the peo. by 14, inches square. in
from the bottom of the bay.- medical qualities of the springs. secured 1228 do. 8 feet long and 13 t. L-/.1,
!CctioDshaT, become absolutel pie to themselves the
) The margin of the bay is clothed The population of this republic by 14 inches square. : ,
of their
impervious to the right choosing own agents -
most skillful understandingof and with r heavy timber, logwoo'1 is estimated at upwards of two to administer the 576 ?Oe 21 feet long, and 13 rby

penetrating and rnahoganj: are the most va millions. The inhabitants of this govern- 14 inches square. .--t. !
jurist. In some of ment to their O\Vlllcill
the parts luable. The soil is fertile, and city are variously stated at from agreeably 5,852 Perches of Stone, .' r r
Teiritory one construction produces in great abundance all 40 to 00,000. The streets are as expressed by the voice of a suitable for the construction of a substantial 1!

to them is given and acted upon, the trop.cal; fruits. An ofiicei 36 feel wide, well paved \\ith majority. Surely, then, in the and durable wharf. -: :!: \ j
h other a different All the of feet in length )
parts
one. exercise of these logs thirty
of the tieasury, (called here thr lime stone, and a rivulet in the important
be of and it would be
must Cypress
UNIFORMITY in the operations director of the public CI edit) informs centre of each The houses are rights, they ought to be left to greatly preferred if the whole ,of the I
cf our laws is a quality made es- me that they are about to all one story high, (except the the dictates of their own unbi- timber could be obtained of that (ie- f '

Ecntialby the organic law: of this intioduce extensively, the cultivation churches) with thick walls to assed judgments. Acting, sir, scriptionIf Cypress cannot be pro; I

Territory. Certainty ib 'a qualit of black I pepper, in that resist the frequent earthquakes in accordance to these fundamental cured for the whole or a part of the ; I 1 ,
rendered balance, it must be gttten out of the ..
) l .
necessary byv the It is Inside and with
ascertained from out
region. plaisterecl principles of our government heart of Yellow 1'iene. It must be free -. ,
'lery nature and spiiit of all republican experiments, that the pepper lime and covered with red tile. and having laid it down as from all defects, particularly windshakes I ,

instituiions.; UTILITY, produced in that quarter is of i'he gardens and yards arc ornamented a rule from which I have never Jirge knots and sap to be
by the duty we owe ourselves and exactly hewed and out of
superior quality. This office with flowers of rich hues, neither to seek nicely .
departed
aad our nor t .
children. wind.
Laws, there- has promised mt- a specimen with and lemon trees and
fere, intended be orange decline office when freely offer The Stone is to be of the best qua
society, and to beneficial to of the pepper, which I will sendto the shrubbery common to tropical ed by the people," I could not lity that can be procured in this sectiou -, -
salutary in their ef- the United S'lules. On the climate, and with one or of country, and to be delivered of
frcts, must: be useful, certain and 'xJOth of April, I sailed: from 0I more fountains of pure water in interfere in any manner whatever a size :and shape most convenient and .. I
*form in their operations.ilu.ui I is in that contest, while either desirable for the purposes for which '
inoa in a small boner I had each. The public square 450
,\ these rrquibites, and substantially before the people, or the peopIc's it is intended. tAll '
our. feet '
code chartered, and in tin evening 01 rectangular the above articles arc to be delivered ,.
dead becomes no better than a the 21 t !t, landed! at Isabel, distant I paved, one side of which : is representatives. Your approbation at the Navy Yard Pensacola.As .-- .. -
letter, subject to be interJretcdby from Omoa about 150 miles. filled up by the cathedral and its of my course is, there it is contemplated to commence t '

-;,. lawyers, and judges, Isabel is situated or. the south appurtenances- the other fore, truly gratifying, and particularly the work on the first of October next, '.t :. ..
cordinK to their timber and the stone -f' j h
owu private west side: of the gulf; of Dulce, three sides there are public edi so, as my conduct on a portion of the '
v-es and notions of will be required on before that day :_. L
right and'rotg few of fices. that occasion dictated : : .
and within a leagues the was by The materials will be subject to the !
llrciple, or of by a reference to the bateau of the gu'i.' The gulf is In the centre of the square my best judgment." usual inspection at the yard, and payment -

Encbnd the common law of connected with the bay of Honduras there is a magnificent fountain --- will be made for them only) iu "- '-. ,

;1 ; a System that as A. by a river, very deep and ur reservoir. There is an uniformity From England.The ship they are delivered. t.
tlcar.s, PO'iScssbr".. the gift it! and convenience Uond, with ample and approved security -
% I cnl.a""lII : in some places not 300 feet wide. neatness Mentor has arrived at PhiJadel-1 will be required fur the exact "
Ctlrs to tcHcc t, ::'nd CaP Thr banks in some places, are in this city, not to be met phia from Liverpool, ,, and faithful execution of the contracts. -

cictaes: act according tluirrcoaCht sl'v'ral hundred feet high, and with in any other Spanish town, to the 30th June. With the Samuel IL ()verton, ,i:...

t. era d"Icatcd from to rcquir to nr-aily perpendicular, coveredjrenrrally as 1 am informed. There are exception of the following commercial XwyJient. : "I ..
our code.iututes with lumber and. I perhaps 4u churches, and fromto extracts observe tl5s. : i I. *
we
NOrshould ,
we ;- 500 priests of the different "
depl'nJ ofa luxuriant growth. .
shrubbery
3y} other upon nothing worth copying : .. .:
SO\'creio-t tate for the V'fsd! .ira\ving more than seven orders, and several nunneries.
those dOpt n.of is th..n : rf' water, have to unloadat The churches are splendid buildings Extract of a Letter, Liverpool, WANTED TO HIRE '

: slnularIy 1tituatt'd; and ineTtotcd OIL ,H, and the merchandize and finished in the first .. June 30. LIBERAL wages will be giv. .. ; '

''itb In tbe &czincrivilrgei to be transported in lighters; to style of architecture. It is said Our market for American active, industrious .. .

1:; our'-tl"t., and W Joe' J Jaws Isabel. The only obstruction to some of them cost more than produce generally is dull, and negro fellows, by the year .... .. .
been VCStood'the test of time, and the navigation is at the mouthof two millions of dollars. Indigo prices without alteration. Phi- Enquire at this office. .: :,

trjcd In the crucible of ex the river Dulce, where the and cochineal are the principal ladelphia flour of recent impor- Sept. 7. 3t. .. "S .
1.l1.tnCe' _
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.".'uld ; other vords, We vessel .I came in, drawing five articles of export. The latter tation is selling at 32 a 33 6, duty ::

tnly I Gr recur to the statute borJk and a half feet water, rubbed wad not cultivated to any great paid. The sales of Cottonfor THE TALLAHASSEE : -
Sue 1 1 rla1.'c hOlding Sou. three times. Omoa and Isabelare extent until a few years ago. If iMj; .
Ler_ States of information is correct, thereis this week, 7560 bales. Our 'I.. ..... ".
.pos ..s al1 Our Unio"> as small towus. my of the earth crap wheat is likely to be a parade on the Public '. 'i
extensive seaboard, The climate on the coast of no production WILL
.1d CUltivate fair one and the harvest unu- on Saturday the
"
| which rewards labour so extravagantly -
Bewy the Honduras and the gulf of Dulceis
same ,
tples 1 as cochineal. From sually early. But much of the 9th insf at 3 o clock P. M. arm j. : ..
ft" Ourselves, and cull hot and at some seasons of as
:
v :
t11 oWn tTL t I len Cc such laws as are the ycai very unhealthy. Foreign the great increase of its production spring grain has been spoiled by ., ed and equipped in the uniform \ '.
to be of the Company, } .
decline.
1
the prices must drought.
suits salutary I. their fl'- merchandise for this city .
i! pt.r:(and: operatIOns, and with and the interior of the country, The operation of the new government Extract of a letter from W. 4. J. By order of the Captain" \, -,
; to Sept. 7, 1825. .
''the whose Ihraseology is transported from Isabel on is infusing life into the. JBroibn, dated Liverpool, June :' '

to. dottj Can be, or ever: has bepn mules, and on the backs of In- immense natnral resources of! 20. 1 J' t "

hOT i is :, and "I)Use nicrpretaCmain dians. Three hundred pounds Central America.Gen. !. The sales) of the week end Dorter Coleman, ,;

tfl4t easy and to thf" weight is the common load for .. ing this evening, amount to 7000 CONTINUES the practice to )/ ; '

\\.h t01ntnon undcl'standinn- each mule ; arid each Indian Jackson.By request of bales of which,2300 bales were in the City of /. 1;. .
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the I e I laws POSscssing: carries about the same. The the citizens of Fayetteville, Tennessee Tallahassee ; he will at all times ; ..- .....
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Oi.OVe (lUalities Gen. J. visited that townon be found his residence the t. '. ...
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ode d i when our cargo, or pack, is suspended 7 3-8 and 1024 Orleans at 6 f-4 ;: '
f ; nut prcsel whichgoes the 6th ult. He was met, north-east of the Capitol f -
a long list a broad strap of raw hide, corner t 1.
actsframd a 7 5.8 15 at 81-2 and 70
for within six miles of the I
private of the when when not
the forehead square,) on professional .
res, to 2nswel' pur'po- over escort of Dunbar's" gin at 9. A parcel : : .
private ends Indian, and rrsts on his back.- town, by an company business. -
;d uPon Contraclit. n is not heap- They are beasts of burthen, and ravalryand was received, as he of Sea Island sold by auc Tallahassee, Aug. 24th---lf. J:J --; I

tatute book Cofltraijctjon .In OUI' properly called head Indians.The : entered the town, by the Mayor, tion at rather better prices than ._ ;;d'-! : .

nay 'Vt thcn and then only distance from Isabel to Guatemala Aldermen, and a vast concourseof had been expected. PRINTING, '

1:: -:"'.1.' .':,.expct"v to. sec this beau3UShj'1 -- ib 210 I1i iles. The country citizens, who gave him a most We have had another dull Executed with this neatness office,and despatchat :- :

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-- Ordinance No. 5. used as a public Billiard Table, members of the City Council.bee. I and make return agree w

ar.. I ....- \ JLMUSIN-G-- ..4i.F..--:- Far the establishment of a city. the sum of twelve dollars and? .. 6.'Jitit further "ordained, law. tQ
,. Line and its eectr..-Selected Library and Museum.Be fifty cents per quarter, .yearprovided that it shall be the duty of all retailers Ordered, that Stephen 2W

from a dramatic entertainment U ordained uy the Intendant that any one keepingone of spirituous liquors to send, Earn. Gray, Lewd S
called Variety: got up in jfiu- and City Council vj the city of Billiard Table for public use give immediate information Asa 1 owns end, and ben.i
I "\, ., pope in whjoii ail the characters Tallahassee, That there shall be, -shall be authorised, to'keep a i the Intendant' or any two members farrel, be appointed' CO Y .
were personated by Mr. May- and is hereby established a city second Billiard Table in the same of the City Council of any sioners to lay on a road "I'OIQ

,ff wood. Library and ., useum, to be room by paying the additionalsum riotous or disorderly conduct Georgia line, at or near tile
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I : Lore is like honesty, much known and distinguished by the of six dollars. and seventy that may take place at the houses on the line between Geotgl t b1 t
i "talked of aad hiue understood, name of tne City; Library and five cents per quirter year- of such retailers,' and on their Florida, where the comnull1\.to\
like common sense, vaiuatile and Museum of Tallanassee.a'ec. and provided also, that any one .' failure.to give such infoamation ers ol brvin county have lOctt.
scarce. The raiser calls it a 2.! Be U further ordained, keeping Billiard Tables for pub- shall forfeit their licenses ; and ed a road from, that county ell
bad mortgage-the stockjobber, That the cierk of the City Council lic use, shall be authorised to in no instance (tavern keepers over the nearest and best gl
a :sinking lund--*the doctor a hypo 01* the city of Tallahassee keep a third Billiard Table in excepted) shall they be allowedto to rft.:) i/Harks/ and make: f&ra
,:olldrd.-lne lawyer a suit in snah, in virtue of his ollice, be the same room by paying the sell any spirituous liquors on agreeably to law.
chancery soldier his parole I Drdhau,l and keeper of the said further additional sum of three the sabbath, under penalty of a 1>J order of the Court.
of hailOr-a&lJ a sailor:; the manners i Liiuiary and Museum.See. dollars and twelve and a half forfeiture of their licenses as a- C.1ichulaslei k..
compass. An Englishman 3. x e further ordained, cents per quarter year. foresaid, on conviction before June 24. 't tf
in love amuses himself tu- That it shall be the duty of the On each and every vender and the intendant or any two mem- -..ReisterRegister and ReceiV
the blue devils-asK mm a question said .Library and Keeper 1 to collect retailer of goods, wares and bers of the City Council. r'a'NOTltJ .
and Ill hold a thousand receive, preserve, and dis- I merchandize, two mills] per dol- Sec. 7. Be further ordained, YJHE Nod
pounds to a ducat, you feel insulted po e of, all luii by his answer, for instance otner property, appertaining to in by himself on oath, per quar- than those hereinbefore recited infirm those &llal.
who
the said institution ; he shall deliver ter y ear. iOn against the peace, quiet interested, that the office ii are
Fine morning Mr. Bull. to tue inlenuant a written each and every retailer, and good order of the city,. the open for u* reception pit
B.-I've seen thousands finer engagement iaiihiully to execute except tavern keepers, selling offender shall be liable to suffera justment of claim, arlsi and s d.
.. How are you to-day sir ?" the nines of ins o1 lee ; he shall less than a quart of spiritous liquors penalty of not more than five tier the act ct Congress tg 'Ie I:
B.-Don't know-can't tell also delive r to the Inieudant a five dollars l per quarter- dollars on conviction before the proved the 22d day of LS
What ails you friend John '/" ooiid with penalty and security on license 1 first had and obtained, Intendant or any two members of 1826. Every person wishing.
15.-What the devil business satisfactory to the intendant for from the clerk of the city Coun- the City Council : Provided, that .nail- himself of the benefit of

have you vrllhmy ailings ? the... faithful execution of his of cil. in all cases, the party fined, this act, must make known bb
An Irisnmau in love, (and who .4 0n each. and every. tavern where the fine gxceeds one dol- claim by delivery a noLict:.I
him lice.Sec.. 4. Be keeper or of- -houses of laJ be entitled to Writing.... to the; Revis. IPr.. ... .? :
loves like 1)) gets merry further ordained, keepers appeal, to the 0---- J 610' "hill
with Innishoccn, then exclaims, That a subscription shall be opened public entertainment, for man or Intendant and city council, and he must particularly dent: bpau
'; Ooh / Shelah/ Shelah my and preserved by the Li- horse, the sum of three dollars provided further, that when any me quarter secuon urtjactt urea
box of diamonds my essence of brarian, for funds, books, specimens per quarter. offender, who is convicted and A quarter section which he chtiOls,
cruelty / my heart of pearls, in naturai history and o- On each and every practising fined, under this section is una- ;io quarter consist of section one ioimit is UUdCfSt0c4

and my flower of ail (lowers, except ther articles, of use, taste, and attorney, and practising physician ble or unwilling to pay in money, i an entne section, and not part of or
the potatoe Hovver Ar- curiosity ; and there is hereby or surgeon, the sum ofseventyfive thejpenalty may be commuted for' eighth parts oi Uitierent m

rah dear why will you shut your appropriated in behalf! of the City cents per quarter imprisonment, at the rate of I lions, or two nalvts of {,ifffreui sec
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ainst little Terrance I'G1aJJery of Tallahassee in four }hours
evei V J aid of the year.On twenty imprisonment : quarter sections. One doiia
? ILiv'nt I got a gen- said institution, the annual sum each and every pleasure for every dollar. and lWCIJty-tive ctms ptr ICrt
tale, commodious: nate little mud of two do liars, payable quarterly carriage, six and one fourth cents Passed June 19th 1826. will be requited Irom each dale
edifice ? Ilav"' lt I got a cow, 1 on or before the first day of per wheel, per quarter year. Charles Haire, mant, at tile time oi making Lij I
I and turf stack to feed her with ? January, April, July, add Octo- On each and every gold watch, Intendant. .Lilt 1 y. No more' than one qmS;

__ Ilav'nt I got an empty flower ber, in every year, to be paid twenty live cents, per quarter. Geo. E. Tingle, ler section can be enterer b) a.ny .
garden filled with potatoes ? OJian from the city Treasury out of a- year. Clerk. one individual The suns ani
... !ey Och an ey ever since ny monies not previously appro- On each& every silver watch l July 8. overseers of settlers wuu bolt
I feel it twelve anda half cents .. not made improvements
you stole my heart banging priated. per quar- w. sept
against my ribs just like the .S'ec. 5. Be it further ordained, ter year. Leon County Police those rat distinct and independent
cookoo clock On each and made by their fathers or
pendulum of a That every person subscribing a every pack of lations.
Sbeelah dear without you be quart erly sum of fifty cents in aid cards, sold or disposed of by any County Court, April Terra, 1826. : employers to pre-emptions., will not be All entitled cUinsmuhi
Terrace will be after dealor or retailer-twelve and l
mine
said msuUitio.i
poor 01 irii; shall
oe entitled James Bryant was appointed i be supported by the testimony
dying an auld maid By the to vote for four directors, half cents per pack-and the receiver of taxables-William .i of uue or more credible>
powers of buttermilk he'll just one of whom togo out of office number packs sold to be ascertained Cameron Collector of taxes- & disinterested witnesses, whoa
go off like the snuff of a rush quarterly, on the 31st March, by the declaration on honor George Tingle was appointed evidence must be given in pUt
light-so> he will. 30th of June, 30th of September of the dealer, before the city county Treasurer. son, before ihe Register andEeceiver
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Q A Scotchman in love takes a and the 31st December, in! assessor. Ordered, that the following or taken in the form
pickle o' sneshin, frae his mull, every year. The Litendant of the Massed February 18, 1826. county tax be levied in the a deposition brfore( a juslictrfj
" an' wholes clawshis elbows city of Tallahassee in virtue of Charley aia'e, county of Leon for the year me peace and dui} certiBedio ..-
, whenn at dinRa y ilk Ilech Do- his office, shall be a director, and Intendaiitt 1826, on everYwhite male over en u le iliu claimant to iH'
;!pld\ man t! what i1 the muckle shall be president: of the Board of George E. Tingle 21 and under 50 years of age, fifty light of prt.-t nlptioo, the fog
\ lowing facia: .uu >t be estaUhb-
di-il's name's came OWT yon Directors.Sec. Clerk. cents.
n .V rioo '? Fye, fye, dinha let Ma7- 6k Be it further ordained* June 24. tf Every able bodied slaVe over eu.head Ibi of, hat 'Ihe or sh'e was tb
jFCree's pawky ee'n thril That the board of a family, or t Wt"lIiyt1tars
directors
gy shaH 14 and under 50 years of age 25 of
through "Raise ye !-ruiseye make devise alter and Ordinance ) age: cr upwards, on tb
ye amend, No. 7. cents. 1st day ot January, 18 .'5.-rJ
*, chiel" 0 Sawney, Saw- from time to time, as occasion Further to provide for the Cattle per head each 3 cents. that he ur bile did on or beta

; ae f I leu' me ye'r lug a wee bit may require, proper regulations peace, quiet, and good order, Every keeper of a tavern, 5 ihe 1st day ot January, !18.
my discreet frien', and keep a for the reception, custody preservation of the City of Tallahassee. dollars. actual} ihhaDii and cultivate
l ( secret. It's no her twa ginrletee'n and emenation for the Be it ordained by the Intendant Every retailer of spiritous liquors quatte section tJfJaOlJ which
on her painted face, I am use of the articles appertaining to and City Council of the city of except tavern keepets, 5 or she may l.la: : ib. 3d, thatt
courtin :' its her siller her sil- the institution.Sec. Tallahassee, That all animals dying dollars.! said claimant nas not remoiirorn

lei her siller 7. Be further ordained, within the limits of the city Store keepers, for each hun- this Itrrhory. Whent
A Welchman in love looks as That any person, persons, or l body of Tallahassee, shall be removed dred dollars of stock in trade 10 applicant claims as the legal
'. !:J! silly as the goats on the> mountains of persons, may deposit in the' by the owners tthereof within cents. presentalive of some previi
-refuses leek porridge and said institution, books, or other twenty four hours afer the On auctioneers, one quarter settler, this additional fact rot
toasted cheese-thus proving the articles or property for custody same shall die. I per centum on the amount of be proven.
'i he office will be closed
be
___ power of the blind archer, to preservation, and emanation, for Sec. 2. Be further ordained, :. their commissions. me 1st Monday in January
the same in every country.- use, under such regulations as the That on failure of the owner or Doctors of Medicine per an- alter which no claim will be
Poor Shenkin ap Morgan ap Board of Directors in their wisdom -i owners of any such dead animals, num, three dollars. ceived.
a Shones, be ferry pad-her heart may provide. to remove the same, they shall Lawyers per annum three dol R. K. Call,
go a pit-a-pat all tay. Ses. 8. Be it further ordained, be removed by the city marshalat
lars.All G. W. \VnrdFORM. .
cannot play !
Hur
Ilur cannot .vork That the Librarian the free male coloured
and of the said
can't be keeper, expense owner per-
...' :Hur cannot sleep heir! gay : .
O luf hnr, do, Winifred 1 luf hur as your shall quarterly or oftener pub- or owners, said expense to be sons over 18 and under 50 years Mr.
life iickly notify the reception of all adjudged before the Intendant or of age, five dollars. \V.\Vurd.Register
And Shekm and Winifred soon will be articles received into the said any two members of the City All free female coloured per- the Luiui Office a: Tallahasst
man an l wife is hereby notified that j claimt
love is coldas institution : Provided, that the Council. sons over 14 and under 50 years
A Dut fl man in as right of p1t -cl1Jption in t
a confectioner's ice house, same be done without cost, char- Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, of age three dollars. -- quarter of section :NTownsnip ,
and a Spaniard as hot as a grill'd ge, or expense. that any person discharging a gun Ordered, that upon all cattle No. -R1'
devil -a lawyer in love pleads Sec. 9. Be it further> ordained, or pistol or other fire arms, run- the property of persons who are >o. in the \Vestern La
t his soul, and a love sick That the office of the clerk of ning or galloping a horse, or rapidly or may be for the time being non- District of Florida.
a-tvay doctor' physics away his soul-by the City Council of the city of driving a carriage within resdents of this Territory there .\. Bvai. -:
doctor must he sick Tallahassee is hereby appropriated the city of Tallahassee, to the he levied a tax of twenty five '
the bye a \ Wyatt, Attach.
indeed when he takes his own! for the use of the said institution annoyance or danger of the citi- cents per head per annum. vs. ){- to Sup
.- physic-a Musician ins love fiddles : free of any cost, charge, zens, shall forfeit and pay, for Ordered, that David Thomas, Ede Van Evour. J Court Oc ;
or for the I each and such offence a John Caruthers, & William Wyatt 1 18'
away his soul, and a poet expense same. every berTerm. 1826, May 6th ,
rhymes his soul.JV Sec. 10. And be it further or- I sum not exceeding five dollars, be appointed commissionersto levied on the Defendants i"
away ) ,'. Y. Gazette. dained, That the proceeds of all on conviction before the Inten- survey and lay off a road from rest in the following lots *n __. -... -__,.,. Io. fines, penalties, and forfeitures, : dant or any two members of the the North West corner of the provements 1 lying in the city
\\ "()'V L Ell, accruing under the laws of the City Council. City of Tallahassee, the nearest Tallahassee : lots Noll
practice Law in Le. corporation on the regulations of Sec. 4. Be It further ordainedthat and best way to Ellis' Ferry on 150,18 and 116, also on son,*,
WiLL the Board of shall be the river and make articles of household furni1 t
V $ t and the adjoinine Directors are appropriated I no person allowedto Ocklockony ,
r counties. His office is in the for the use of the said retail spirituous liquors with- returns agreably to law. tfc. Notice is hereby given f'
.. r 4V city of Tallahassee Florida. institution. out first obtaining a licence from Ordered, that William Campbell a 'suit has been instituted tiJ
March 1. Passed February 18, 1826. the Clerk of the City Council, James Cameron and Thomas above case ,
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Charles Hairc, under the penalty of not less than II. Chamberlain be appointed 'V m. Cameron,,
*. otice. Intendant. three nor more than ten dollars commissioners to survey and layoff ShtlJ6t

V. DEPARTMENT OF STATE, George E. Tingle, for each and every such offence, a road from the city of Tallahassee May 19. --
;'' July 14, 1826. Clerk. on conviction before the Inten- the nearest and best Carey Bronaugh, Z \tuba,
To obviate the risk and delay June 24. tf. dant or any two members of the way to St. Marks and make return vs. } m cat t.
J incident to the return of the City Council. agreably to law. D. Dattdhi] 1(1.,..".1'. 5Vm. ':.p r

,' # j ( Bank Notes from this Depart- Ordinance No. 6. Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, Ordered that John Edwards, or Court, October term 15.,
) i =V ; V ment not receivable at the July 1st 1;2i.( 1 Levied{ on.
j. : :':_ V treaY that all store keepers and tra- Neadham Bryant and John Far- ;.i-
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sur) of the U. States, in pay- For raising a revenue for the cityof ders, dealing and trading under mer, be appointed commissioners store house t5' goods cotiS
ment for, patent rights, all persons Tallahassee.Be licence from the corporationshall to lay off a road from the of dry goods hard ware ai>oceries. '.

.i desirous of taking out Patents it ordained by the Intendant close their store or shop Georgia line, at, or near the x'11' "
are: requested to transmit, and City Council of the city of doors, every sabbath day at nine point on the line between Geor- two Notice suits is have hereby been; S'TI It. }"I. .tft" .
_', d with their applications, such Tallahassee, That the followingrates o'clock in the morning, under gia and Florida where the com in the above case.
notes. or'drafts as they may know, of Taxes, shall be levied the penalty of not more than five missioners of Thomas county ... 'V. CrcU;
\ pf be advised, will be available upon the articles hereinafter en- dollars for each and every of- Georgia have located a road from D.S her
,) &t the treasury. uloerated, that is to say- -on fence, recoverable on conviction that county seat over the near- tr
f. August 19. lOt each Billiard Table, kept and before, the Intendant or.any two est and best ground to St. Marks July.. 22.

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