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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: October 6, 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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060557
oclc - 08804854
notis - AKP8643
lccn - sn 82015186
System ID: UF00079920:00014
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Succeeded by: Florida advocate (Tallahassee, Fla.)

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DYJLS.TFIRUSTON "1pectfu11r! i ,An ofit! e, ,fob: the jarchas* : ,. ?- \. .. ., :: F-l.'pu l 'te'fpr.Ja.irJitui '*1
; fii1s!; ( 'wbli ; and sale -of lands .ddv :ju'irtc.tl't4j:ro iir;'A .' &r-, da %
: ." is ojenecl] at }'VC t'oil-iTs; per annum* pjivubla1 irisd l hWTf a.d-bfms leans, by :the. .Packet ,Schooner, '
At T :: Tallahassee._ l', --- t- :,. :the U.; States {ofArneiii.tU6* .

ance.. -1 fTallahsee. ; -and .It-isknown: that the ,wch land\ It-iP 11905. .)hereby'proclaim; er'make:known r
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1'IC1'USTOF services' aaT1a.. pr i in' Florida .are' 'iv atkpted (4 that a: public/sale.will. be:held a* '
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,superfine tuu.r .
THE ihstudiedIiisprof l a i S. the culture of those"griat staples 320 bushels. tall ,ihe'4iand Office ,at Tallahassee; ;
Lirerpool :
J nttllig ncer. ; ssion; Sugarcane and Island l\:'Welt..Florida; )' on the third ; .
Florida. .sea 'sacks'ant' in Bulk. .. .
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The undersigned l having become niversity-of Glasgow : t o --.That gentlemen who 20 .bbl prihic Pork| > -
: ; the disposal of the Lands '-
situate
the proprietor of the FLOjLIDA :Edinburg, *nd fli1; !t;,this'country- with 'a 'view ,U .6 ,hhds 'N:. 'O..'Molasseh, > ,.
in the District.of' 'Lands offered "
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LvTELMGtJNCER, ? sthe'pubJic enccj.: having: p ti rmanent settlement. labor_ un'' 15 kegs assorted !N iJs.! for'&al; at Tallahassee i.and.: n i .
that it will rope, North :and 'So r, disadvantages\ in 5 kegs Tobacco, kated.vii
hereaft.
many
t\i htrcatifer 1. .
at.sJg'
: .tdwnihips !
ca -hopes to : Window AHd
merit in whole
be edited "raid published by himt "' has.e or location of land/ ; glass : :> ; f. .
Tallahassee, the Capital of: public "patrdnagCi ;I it.is believed might be ry half boxes, : Fractional townships, ,NoI

Florida. I found at' ill times: ei iat d.by this office.Iti .. Scotch bagging V' bale Rope and '3. .north of Range. ,No:.2, ,
of absetiLon, prnf* *io the of With( variety!: of other ,articles : ''; .
The Editor is fully n\ are intention tbo. Col.- Pll1dars tavern. too numerous to .be men
the responsibility attached to the I prepared with, tioned. 'Fi'actionaltownship: no; 2j I
and the qualIficatIOnsnecesSlfY i -une..24.. i information rel ive to north fRat1ged 2, west. 0 .
titnation, 1 Extract from the e and c.2tentf! trar sale low for xash, by Fractional nb. ". ...
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to render a Newspaper quantity of J. & townships "

useful l and interesting to the of the Secretary of .valuable lands, whip may Malony: ,. :.CO. and 3; north of range no.'3 west: l ..
St. Afarkt.
He does offered for sale by jie ,FractioUal toWhships no. 2 {
at large. to.tli
community sury go- .
H. P. Br ndin & r0. .
and 3 north of
individual. range no. 4, .1
or by
not lay claim to those. qualitiesinaSuperioi' lic dated ,
money, "
Tullahatsee.rorkand
his Books will be jbr west. > .
degree yet con opened the .
Etant endeavours shall! be to fur- I Feb. 1826. of all estates!which .. '" 'ntr.brr- o 1 !f Fractional township no. 2, ,
"In addition to north I
with correct : be committed to the bharge Whiskey &c. !
his ,
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nish patrons -
the.: biuVof ,the Fractional .township no; 3, ;
and early intelligence of the p.as- United, States and its said office, with' drafts aid de J. & N I1AMLEJN. north of range no. 5, west. '. .

of the day, and with -special\ exam$ations ,
.
sinjj events 'vhlch are receivable sale Si. Marks Fracti nal Townships o-2, 1 '
Offer for at
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such miscellaneous matter as juents to the U.Sttt be made in all cases ifdeenv and 3, north of range no. west: : 'I.t

ttiii render! his paper inte resting. ueys receivable) for necessary. 40 bbls. prime Pork, [.Except the Fractional sections J JI

J-':(;i-ida having no voice in the in Florida' are asf 'The said office will be pre- 20 do. prime Whiskey, on the I Georgialine;] ,.! I.

Councils of the nation upon gener notes of the il attend to all business're- 2000 Ibs prime Bacon, Incl' (Jlhg.t e..cou ,iy adjacent \' : i

iiib/ects, it is unnecessary at In Boston, City of \" to the perfect comple 10 bhls. Flout-i to the tbWn of Quinc ; -. : '

this time to designate the political Philadelphia, or adjustment of land claimsto 300 bushels Yellow Corn* Also, townships no.: 3, 4: and to ,) J.. i

course he might be inducedto Columbia', Ri : all business appertaining to 50 casks assorted' : Nails. from 5, north 9fRanges9, 10, 11, 1.2j 'f' "

'sue. It is suiScient to observe Carolina, Georgia, donation or pre-emption laWs Sd loJJOd. '3,,and 4, west, including the J ...'
pU Jeans," and Alabama :30 bbls. prime N. O. Sugar, Chipola coUhti-jr; and part of the I I
that it will be an AMERICAN by the Congress of the i.O sacks Havana green Coffee .
policy having! for its objectth permission to receive ( States, for the benefit of 10 do. St. Coffee Holmes Creek settlement;; ; '"!
Domingo '
of l Also fractional
local oritate banks
sections no.. -
the early settlers in Florida .;.[i .
good, of ,
greatest 5 bbls
greatest Peach' and
be in 1\..:provided Apple 2,3T,8, IOll,14j)5, 17;- 18, -
Wi er. The local concerns of banks pay specie: for to every description of busi- J3randy., M, 2V, 23, 2'1:, 28, :<9, ?p, and: .3U ,

'Jteli'erritory, its agricultural interests >n den.and and are relating to.a general land 50 sacks Homonony Salt, in fractional township, no. 2; .

its climate, population, good credit For the )'. '. t 15 bbls. of Nos. 1, 2, and 3, I north of range 4, 'east ; and

furious! improvements, which tion. of purchasers Maps of the public lands which Mackerel I, fractional sections no 3,'24, '25,

ire every day making in this interesting lands each Receiver \ offered in vl/ay 1825, and 5 bbls. of prime Shad, 26, 35 and: 36, in fl .ti bdtowpship' !

portion of country, will in due newbpa ;>h;" > 'those lately advertised for .5 do. mess Beef, for family no. 3j nohlh of:'Range .

be early and zealously attendedto a list:;of the descjsg* by the government,. can at use, 4, east, alf of which fractional .
.; times be 10 bblsi prime N. Molasses.. sectibns ''oDunded. the lake' 41
; and he feels a pleasure in \viiich. he is-herec procured. arc: by

itating that some gentlemen, recei4and he. will Letters (post paid) addressed TOGETHER 'IVITIKSoap Mick- suke '.; \\

if respectable literary talents, in like manner of C. Allen & Co.. Tal sperm & tallow! candles, The,sa'e. '16 corhmchce :with "

in different parts of the Territory which may :: : F'oridaviJI} be attend sperm oil, whale, ditto, ,no. 1 the lowest:* number of section;. 1

have assured him of their place. But in all I. chockolate, young hyson, gunpowder towhship,,ahd.range,'and id.pfo.4' !, t ...
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lions I he will state ;,Ilir1 1JJ ,A. .. .. 'and imperial teas inc,! I- eed 1tLl'.c. dei ai&il!_ al :ii'l; :
lst and \vill t J1
&** !f:fi frs, fo'fcnder the -rv ffiT: al1o : ulJ 8, 1826 feud ,. '71 reseVvVd f "
madeira
chasers the local and cogniac brandy, ,- .. ;by1aTo: t
Ft' fda! Intelligent, a.vehicle ;References, his Excellen icneriff.lc-..- wines the 'of sch .
claret ,
.notesthein: enum ; malag-a ; use ,: os, or.for pt'Rejr .. : i. "
general information. It is of receivable, \Vm. 'P. Duval, Col. Robert Holland gin, j Jamaica rtim:1span.' pu rposes, and ,the-frattioril, .sfccy ';

the last importance to the people ble present that Col.] James Gadsden. ,: sh and american :,.cigr rs, tastI t Jh's bountled{ by -t'hV :Gedf'gia' : : :: 1 '; .

of this 7enitory, to have a specie, .or payments the notes ; R..;K. Call, Iajor Ben/ I ings iron and steel, plough line, will be excluded from Safe.Givctf '- i t .
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paper: conducted upon Independent of the U. States and Tallahassee. i moulds, frying pans, shovels and utider.injr hanclV ihe_, \ .
Robinson Gads .r spades, sad irons .haisshoes 1 I of, r -
principals, as the more cs ; and that, as the Esq. I city* Washington-! f :
Florida is known abroad, themere I: of the local or 'county. Samuel R. Overtoil ,..viuinestics, selves, coperass, alum !-. 24th day of- ,May,* A.D. : : :

rapid will be the tide ofemigration uy notes be disco cola. .. \ starch. All of which! they) '! J826. : '. .."- !i \ ,. .
may y'I __ _: _L _- offer for ale low for,Ctish only.St. I John ,Quit&cy Ath fm .
to this favoured re- any time without -WANTED TO HIRE. ...
gicq: ], and the sooner shall she tice, it will bt: well for IERALwages will bcgiv-. .Marks. S ept. 15, 1i26.-,! .tfFott -'.;1 By:ihe President{ "';:'- '':- : ;I

be hailed) as another star in the nave payments to : I:: ; en for two" 'active, industri Office. otice. -"1, I I .. G or. -gt Grahalfi i m s *5J ,t. ::: i_.. i

America hemisphere.} 71ie E- vide themselves. with fo"ifro* feBowsjvby! the. year. -.r' LL.. Commissidnei brthe GeneFaldtiter'atien f -

ditor therefore confidently looks notes of the .bank' ; -nttui.r. at this, office.Sejpt. ", -- THE Eastern; .!Mail I willf arrive -- IiaricEOffict.:. : : ::" / ,

forward to a liberal 'Slates, Cr its bLrii iiili .,,'7. 3t. -
subscriptionlist on, Sunday the 1 it rof Octo- -'' IO .
and a prompt support'from against any change 'ViE. p ion'.La'Y. Ifer'at..6 P. M.. and depart on .offfoposah;\ -

the Citizens of this Teriitory. be foui.d. of proper'local: .ihr. 'DAVID MACOMB andVl1. the:Tuesday folUwing: at 6 o4-, Sf .i! ind: Tiiui t W nfe'd.: .
the notes or -
A. S. Tlu'ustuu.CONDITIONS.} X bank for .a ) ALLI ON McREA A't- clock A. M. and will arrite and N vf.Agdnt'f officc, : t '
note
() pensaeobii Jst'Au ".1826.
than five dollars isto. ey and Councejlors'at: Law, depart on ths same day, and L' I! 6
; RqLEDI OFOS .
THE FLORIDA INTELLIGENCE I attend: .all business: en. hour two ,weeks. .... ." I
nor that is not every : ; '
will be published weekly at demand.any s"tetfto, their* care. ., arising'un-. :J ( Beiircyj P. M.. WILL be.' ceive4at'my office. *", I -
"the
next for
.. the law:of -Congress- gr'ant- Istli .October *
fct dollars per annum, payablem Ricbard.K g' rights. to set: Tallahassee, 28th Sept. '1826. supply of the follpwin g';":mittriats! to' \.... : '..

advance. pre-emption Duicithdat..tJre:1fav yirtl,'viz':: ..\ ;
.
rs.i this,Territory. The. of I '
"1 Adveitisements inserted at '' ALL j indebted to the tO568; : <: gic'Jeet..oCthn t 1
: persons .:
Julv 15. i the. former in Tal1 has- : 4 .
we dollar for the first Post will make otthe'"rollo\1 dimeusions, vi zf: ,
per square Office
please
(} ,of the latter, in Quincy,
SU I
i ii : feet lond and 43
insertion, arId fifty cents for each i. : I '6tb'of' October 1218. loSO" "* .1 ,
*
dlden paymentby- 1 \y* *it' 'u '54 ?
!nserqn after, the number of HASjust received ;!, county. tf their:accounts.will. !be-placediirihejiands -by U"lAches'square.: -1. .;;, ,. '"
arriyalsjiand has on, August : : ,1.228..do.t,8 feet: ,Jong<< ; ;and 13 ..
insertions !
be
must specified, otherwise 6f an. ;officer for col. .
they\ will be published store, 'late the store Fifty Dollars Reward.STOLEN I lection. No credit witibe, given1 b14incIeSSqUare l .-, .* _Cf,57G :.
jic;. 2> feet long .and ..13-
atil ordered out and & -C .az assortment some time in June ; ; J
charged in future.atithe 5 Post Office *
accordingly. .. .Clothing, Dry'Goods, i I '6:miles' from TU : : bj4.inchissqua: : : : 1",:
therefore -
A. S. T. and Groceries, for 'S5(: a lirge yellow! bay'hQrse hoped no pe.soti.willask$6 5,852 .perches, f.tonei. .. '
..-. lowest: in this 'about 16 hands fiighT or ,\(unreasonable an indulgence suitable'for tbis'cnstnictiott! of a. sub.stantiaiiadui61. .. .
terms '
fct. lhrks.'I I as (will be positively : .wI1a ... '
storage at '
but
'
old .
yee..s trots naturally,. .
{ t..n'gt
cash only or all sort' .AllthVlogs'of thirty fleet; m -
refused. I. :O. S.
MlEsuljscrjbt'rs have recent-: wills! rack with atighrr, no bo
taken in exchange for :*: must be.of: Cypress! .*nd"ilvwould ,.,
",ly erected large' and comInodious brZl9 8 recollected;,,has "considerable .I September: 2i tTritly1)refeYre4 l : if h! Je.o ffh"gcnptipn r -.

WareHouse: at St. Abrm. saddle spots, ,and' the. '''-- -. : -. i, .. : ,timher. colt1 befohtan.ot.diat.: 1t:. ,.,
trL13, and are now to March .24.pit shave having E.Q in'&Co. : -- 1rcres.enntl.ircuefr.tbe : -
J'tieive prepared hai$ :,off hjm. gear,: : '. .J..J.1 : wMlcrtif.a' part:,of,.tb ".
goods on storage ;' the. -h-- E. been worked in the wag ; 'of-'theliearfrbftellowjPiene .
8, D. V.Co. jeeitmustbcg.ttcn'o: .
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charges ._ By rum, t
will be moderate, and TENDERS, ,his gohj his too hind feet. are white: :. '., .thdSuperior.Court : : It mustbc, free. ,
w strictest : BV .writ', of.attachment. .,. to ,wind i '
attention paid to the services.to,the public.June : nearthe foot'lock, vas -well. asIrecollect d.- &0'all' defects;*- girticularl\ .;;
*? vinjj and : I. : of.9 :co p' shskes.;;.' -=.knptnd'.,.Pi to.''lie'0, -: .
of Iarg .
delivering it is 'Ielicyed'that. the ; .. ; .
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any\ 24. | -- .. .. ; .. is ,..;.'
82G-.thiS.. ,tohave r :
1'allTerrn; hewed andOL t
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coitsi nrd. I .L z ; ,: .. .ni. eIyfl :zwty, "O f ...
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: taken.into '
horse ; ""=
.. was ;somepart ; ;r..w -
notice,th by thereq ., ,
They will N oticc..DEPARTMENT ., give Jl ; win''to : ; : :
.IsoTeceive and sell, ilr-giye.'o'O' dollars "' .
at : of Georgiar estpf th'e 'Plamtiffs agent, :T.I6.Stcn). i; tJ : i st.gij& : I .,
"nail ; o : ..
comrniss ons.any.gooqs, : for;;the hrse'aod., thief CoHen..or ,- ')levied" he said Avruof'aU. .chment -; .. ,. can .. ''' '
produce that may .be July 14., : the::ibbvejewaf4: will be,'.paid. 'on defEdiitsintei: 'ti' .01, (. '"-C. D'!y t to'b' :" 'deivcred'fshape .. .d ...,
t ttU"sttdto"1hem.- '" *_ To:obviate:the' r delivery of,iheJJyorse.George\ : .- y upOnf;.the"' -., .!.- ''*,-.1''. ... "mo'cuVIht1ntidesibe .. ,: ,., ,_.. .. <<,.

N.'U. A lurne Assortment .of,. .incident. . :. ,to/the; .-, ; ; I .Kjsher.' estin: .and tor. ,five: \Bokcs and .... '. ',,.,- f;'dJ.'I',t.}. e,>.". ,ogS"......... _lur.,... ,'.W". !"ICu'...;.i.; ...:<..;.
-4/0 three't trunk: jUn.posedrtb con. IS''I\te.". .. -
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provision?! kept conon BankNotesfroin ; .., 'I. ,-. 'q' ; }; d
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1tfl1y .rt: c: '!:t:' .- 1.t. 'talnMetc1'ianJI J'Q., !l.. D e, AJL4 ,. e" ? &J'O.::! t1i ; .: :
byidand. sold' yery: .:: raentjiiot! >3eiyable i : A L I ---I-- b& inthe : i .: ftb T"Y C :-
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01r for cash .. ;, ,rt.li: ;,bclrlol; iIift; ; ..,'r. ;:tr: BanB9xf: etstfound! .' A5, it1COUtC3t '.:tpCOUibtCTt
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COUNSELLOR1KD notesji4rafts ;lsJb wlfl not' --:, '" : :< : ..:: :: ,.... ; ::, ,, 4: tb. _*41were4, f.. .i', t ;$':' : .':. .. .. ,
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it 1 the new republics} \vaa 'iL4 thin1nt.! ':l .ti ? :n "t > tIn!: winch; ar
; about, .340 per diem. Vhesij 'j'eiiueset those of iS&'iThbse to over- S3O0.Ler- an- .mprialized. the\ ,.breathing 'made:. in.the, dust 'where. j, .

statements have hocn met by 'an ana 01' Uluu. who ut:: or double the salary. 'pencil: of Titiap.It 1 her's' : sitting the time Ws! :' ,..ser.J { .
.
.. incredulity as honorable to the I stppoi"d. -d.allls before inv of th U. States, Jii(lg for: toilhunin. ,.ilie'"iiDind" of.. the, as taking down-.-.the... theat.''j-' ..
economical feelings of the l.U.tes111 ,
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people < nqt supportmm lie district of J 4. 'BritishJieYIHtIoS.\ as it will:
their -puthern ,. ; : Military; Force inAccording Enr
as )1'a: -
,' -.manner, ill ,dtieh itor.1.11'e d: ?ir affairs: are :guin, and J 1 acksoit'frieitds g 1:' oi'l+- 'We were unable! ,to be hei office, .tO,consecrate, '-- .. .le' !jiismemory. 1

managed i is bOlt ,i-nile and dangerous will not do it i assuni account for the increase of; Taste, lliough*.deprived :. ta: a calcu ..

.' tu their liberty. Ourtood : the quarter master'f department : 'of.tlie.povyershe :once, : tion published in i824, t

,0 citizens who are "working: you."Mr.. Adams was suppoj- at the lait, session. ,held oy'thie; miudstfof. 'eh. the Mentz Gazette, tlic"ift:

li from "sun to sun" to earn 75 or ted before, because thos of oug 'ess. The reason-as. lightened{ 'mortals J ,f.,still ,as tary. farce;of, Europe;: .t the.

50 cents for the support of their who voted for him, believea now obviou The addition serts her empire In' the amounted' to,2;500,000 'olQ

families, cannot believe it pojaible him to be opposed to slavei -,* al oliicers provided for, thoughts.and.mncrsof the includingall' both : f'l nlI

that our ,missions abroad becaube he was no duellist Panama few.KOSCIUS I and sea: service. These
y- [ wanted at discriminating ,
. w
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i f : cost so much, and above all they ) i their
t!r : find it impossible to believ that --because he was nogambler. /'Tnily this is JL most econo- governments, arnij t

: the Panama Ministers arc jet These were their \nical administrationThe ly, 21 (0,000.000 francs,:

at home, after all the storm that reasons then-I need not tr-ewury i overflowing The Washington papers state, I' yi,6GU,606/ 13s. 4t1.st1.i.;

was raised against the senate' tell you thai these foundations Win should a bearer of. des-: that the_ American Congress of : Hug, or about 450 Diil'4 4
-
,... F Jast spring for delaying their! departure. are all removed and w be allowed no more Deputies which assembledrsofne : of dollars, while the' oi 1
patcies
time at Panama has
\ adjourned '
ago -
t.- Yet we re-affirm the given up, publicly, by judge thaiiwould support 'live or: to meet at.a,village in the territorial revenue of l

truth of all our statements, and riiiiithoi the "Ohio .\': uni- six if the urviVitIg.o1lieri I neighborhood ofthe city of Mex- rope does, not amount;

will as we are a little upon further the subject, and, we inform tor," of lioioinbus. Judge of' tfc revolution, with their ico, and hold its. lessions there. more than' l,80j,000,0ft;

go the people that our whole : Smith made up the ticletfor. lamiies V We di&likt such We understand says,the Journal, francs, or 32,500,000. J

; diplomatic I 1 establishment I i in Adams, and vas his principal ptusmony ; our young men that Mr. Dawkins, the, British bout the eightieth partoftBe

; Europe: and America, under supporter. Clay's duel, I wuoare sent abroad ihouid I Commissioner upon' the adjournment : population of Europe jSsiJl

-f !;: this, lliploma tizing administration Cooley's appointment, and eiabled: to cut a dash. of the. Congress, returned' !.under: arms and each intal

costs! us a fraction over the sum tho .Billiard Table, have England. Both.his Secretaries itant :furnishes: upwards:of r
t of one thousand dollars diem had died at Panama. The nine
per shillings
'- This, of course, will be denied swept away every sincere Frmi the Wli'g and Banner.FUSION Dutch Commissioner had gone sterling pyear ,
for the
like our other statement supporter of / \ lams in the to Vera Cruz, 'with the:vie\v oJ support of, t this

we, therefore, anticipate the; states of Ohi&j-i'ndiana, iliinoisjind AND TASTE. being on the spot, as is supposed, mass of armed ten, whilst

coming contradiction., and give Missouri.: Ag the coutauding and almost at the re-assembling of the: Europe'n! ptofoundpeace( ,

: the proof- of our assertion in ad- I "Uhio and Indiana are for equally acknowledged I Congress- in the ,Territory. oi Niks egisterro' .

vance. Our assertion is, that Jackson by vast majorities, powers fashion:; and taste, Mexico.The -a-- -- .'. _"

the-diplomatic establishment 'of, beyond even the_ shadow ofa arc frequently consulted by same papers state, in a FOREIGN.

the U. States, in the second doubt, unless De Witt the votaries of vanity and manner which induces us to believe .

; :year of.;111'. Adam's administration Clinton be a candidate, and pleasure, 1 shall, for the instruction .their informatien is ,derived Latest from England;""
is put up to the incredible .from official sources, that N J\V-: YORK
I the only I candidate against of the lovely and Sept. i
expenditure upwards of1000per General Bolivar, it is believed, -
diem, and prove it by the (?en. Jackson.! rational part of the attractive has before this time reached the The, packet ship Cprintala' ,

following extracts from the appropriation jshodd Adams publicly sex, endeavor to describe disaffected quarter of'the state Capt. Davis from, arrived: yestei j
decline candidate ( their different attri Colombia and there is morning LiverpooL $he
laws of the last session being a ; reason sailed on the 54th, ulf.%
.
; to wit : (which i lay will preventhis i butes. to believ that l f the i bjLof spoke the Talisman, fo Boslco t-

Salaries to the ministers doing if possible ) the :Fashion is the offspring his, retnrn, "vw .restoration of which left Liverpool ,on :W t,

at London, Pa- the Julio wing states would caprice, and is of fantas- order, and of s submission to the. 27th, and obtained _of the JBHJter
constitution and laves of tho Re-
,' ris, St. Petersburg, be for Clinton, to wit : .N. lic appearance. Its nurse public will have been immediately 'a London paper of the 24ft,
:
and Madrid, $9000 Ohio Indiana the cauelion air-nou- from which the following extracts
Jersey, Virginia, was *. accomplished by his .
pr9-
; ; each; $36,000 and possibly Illinois riched, & perpetually chan sence.Thesecret. are made.Letters .
: i Salary and outfit oft from Liverp ol,
: !and J O Ul'jvtl'e (1ays1I1tlueuce' g Ln ;.. Cherished into strength -
another minister, Mr. 'thrown it tht,24t1isay, "t eTi? '{I
into that
; seugnt the1iusccnes of. In relatlonTO ,Mr.
Gallatin, to London, 18000 demand to" fbr colton .
day upland
scale, possibly Kentucky.lie gallantry" and fancy. Its Robert's. reply to the Circular j '
Salaries of at lastveck's prices- -fa
Chages.d'Affairs obtain of Ma first othe ,Ptiilcdelphia! committee.. ,.
i might part resting place wata
at Lisbon, if John.Binns other descriptions there ii it
,
Stockholm & the Ne- ryland. But i hesitate not mongst,the false ringlets ofa and persuaded' wrote the Roberts article- little inqu ry." .

therlahds, 13,500 to {predict, that if a suspicion Gallic coquette; For a subscribe his name poor to it, under to A counts I from the manufao

Salaries for ministers was entertained, in the states time, it,presided, at the toilet! a promise that-Mr. Adams would, turing districts continue to'ft

to Colombia, Chili last mentioned, that Adams Athenian ladies; laughing immediately after the publication more gloomy. "'

and Mexico, $9000 would still get votes enoughat .philosophy scorn. Some bestow on him a lucrative. LONDON, July' f3.fIt
each, 27,000 times it visited the appointment and '_ is impossible to conc iv i
the last to throw tile election templesof ; accordingly,::
Salaries] duller day than this has been
to ;
Charge'sd'Aflaires it is .
already" rumoredthat
: into Congress, eneral roman gallantry: while a land in-
to Buenos Compli yi
Jackson hardihood("bo office; inspection for four 's at s.willbe'mad'e every respect. :
would receive, all roinan wed .he-
-Ayresj Guatemala, out for Mr. Rob>rt., ried but,little, and c l iedatl%
.. Brazil and Peru, 18,000 the votes in..those. states.:. fore its altaiIt'h s, been .4 -"?. ; ; In the. foreign ,Market, sei
.in aday r .two :. thui, ,
Outfits of.Charge'sto -Aslt is, nowAdams has known to' rule the ,destiny virtue. of'the people.we'go.The will .thing was 'alike, unihtereitT. :

Guatemala and Peru no morechance of being reelected Gallic mouarchs ; f.'revel in support them under those' 'cp'nstitutio.nalburdens Colombian bonds closed'at I2t fj

9,000 than ,you or i have. the huge, rough, and tif- (! and oppressions and Mexican at 47 1-2, 'Brian

Salaries' of seven We' expect200 out ,of 2Gl fened deformity of the vain for two' years more, ::.butthe shares f,.. advanced. fr ni8lGl2premium. .

Secretaries of legation votes in the electoral col and the learned Elizabeth ; spirit of 't.I: will, in .829, 5IJ:
; ,' It is understood th commiinications -
er
14,000 iegesf'or-Geu. Jackson. If and it; even stamped the revive, and reanimate the ener-' ..' *
from the ntifa ting .
m
Contingent Adams and Jackson the gies the1"free: to, an effectual,
expenses are [)passport preferment during districts of;
are: "a jiaturcjfc
resistance
.. of the Missions, 30,000 only candidates, 170 votes this reign of the second system of against'"bargain a dangerous require an interview. oitt

... Contingent foreign H are certain,for the General. Charles, in the then licen- intrigue and corruption.management "- part of the London Committee,

intercourse fund, OOOOllissions \Verejhe election to be gone tious court of Britain. 'Pittsburgh 'Democrat.INDIAN with Mr. Peaij which is Stat

to Barbary into to-morrow in Ohio, Fashion patronized the..savage I' to hare taken,place .this, dayr.J;

,powers,. ?. 30,000.. General,:J's. majority woUid Hotentots in their .disgusting Au account from 'Madrid/;,

Commissioners under be *0,000 at least. Jteal .decorations 0 11 SER V TIO.N' the 10th inst. states, tb.aJ'tW.
-
r : cramped .
the Ghent.treaty, 16,837 Spanish Government has ef
MissiontoPatiarna, 40,000 fI.ielldsfAdal11s has not even the ,line feet of the Chi It would, be, a' pity not to preserve pressed ar marked disapproval

Agency: .the:;.coast one in Ohio, so far as 1 know nes ; and revelled in the the following aiecdote ,. .tion of the measures propose )l]

\. of Africa:, for. the negroes 4 and belie"e.1..". Clinton shadow of their half closed which displays so 'much of that Don Pedro, for the .Goven1in lD

32,000. and'jen.: Jackson are our eye-lids. Fashion commended accuracy of observation which is Portugal.. The'King is';

4 ;Public ships attendant idoUin the west. the prim coquettes OfVandykeand known be the characteristic of to have declared that the :.Eqr;
red.brethren
our of the
on the missions, "If Mr. 'Clinton wishes the voluptuous An .' West.: pean powers ought not, "io",, f,
"shy. 50,000 to be Vice President, :he cn forms, the languishingeyes his Indian.upon hut one his return hometo knowledge: the existence'of j'

hare it-if he wishes day discovered: such!.uovernmenLin.EdjJandthiat : !
of
to bean the, canvass breathing that ,his Venison .
? which had be.en'hU "'
: for hjs it
> : own p
$394,837 r thing else, he can have sensualist, sir Peter Le-' lg up dryhad been' stole.. protested against O jte&jf!.:

'-In all three hundred' ,. and nine:' our vote for it, provided ly. Fashion is decked. with .After going! somet 'distance. hemet .proceedings., every:, *' :\,1'f-". .
"
,1 ty four 'thousand eight ,hundred I, that vote will certainly give, flowers, feathers, tinsels:, some ,persons'of whom he: 4 :Hamburg papers,to- tKej ,

: and thrrty sey'en'4011ari, ,which L it to him. Clay's popularity jewels, 'beads, nd.ll. the inquire-d"ifl they had seen, :a little mention that,.Mr.: .OlHvarr&j

;. .$ ; divided! by the number days in: ,. and that of A'&lOli: Jiurr) garish'profusion of degenerated : old'w/ii/c- .mm- with
tliejcar:. << mil give $1081'74, for are.on a par in. the west." *' fancy. It niak ess idiots i -, : and accompanied' ', ,by :a stnat,dog thr Schwernvtin:: :his wajtj
: i the daily cost/ Thus i with a:bob ml. '
: They replied :Berlin. $ ':
TTegqTonprlissmg : .
Chainpibn.' of its varies
) ',and yet the affirmative. and '
closely the ,
: & ., upon .heels j / : 'uponthe.Jn- It is evident that 'husband
of European extravagance, aDd I I we sometiuies.see: therisest' di n.assuring themlliat- the.m'aii.thus.desciibed in inany:parts' f.the. ',king *!

airpftteraber of congress should From the N. York' Enquirer.. governed by its influence., '. l' '. JiacL. '. stolen" _. hIsvenison ,art likelyto: suffer ; 1
..raise; :'his voice to, oppose ,such aruinous Cause Taste is a'mild, abeaute'-: ; ', ,)thy' .desired;to: bejinformed '- from, the uncommon J e \

i : waIte of the public mo- States of detention. jn the IT. ous (cot-ale/of Grecian": S : ':ifo, ',,he.. !;.was 1 jaLje J ;- to;give.suclt :dr 1 ness' of the s. son.fbai..
tiey, a;,parcel: of newspapers; 6f the commissioners -' traction simply 't'el minute.t descniptipn.qfaperson : : 'miuisbed juant;
egantly : ity .irhay.1!
: paid with the, public ,. 'appointed to .ktttnd w14m' he ..h5dinbtseeu.The .
money :adorned. failurW.ofttUc .
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pf
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would : ,.
immediately the Indian :
: denounce Congress at answered thus- :
Papama.No the certain defictVnc of ost tti
i .are crowne4'wittf : ):
him, asa factious : a. profii- "'
7he1hiefLknciwjstljjtl
I oppositionist; : ,quarters ,has'ey: |>eeri sioli. of Heaven : : : inan,-: 1 must be'highly 'IOJ !lOU ; Y
:: and.labtfiirnight day to,mak'e'his provided- them gifts, 'and t by his'h'aving ,J made : onstit elit&1\turn.'him.out and ; but a her ig.hrn.et.eQts; 'beyond 'stones. to ,stand.upon ''in 'prdeXtpreacti flavanci-Aletter- : 22!
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dajcd
r 4 elect'iariother:.. ,... 'who" would act.: ;qu(arer. ,in_as ter Tof.ih.t..:L U n iH -. .. the,--;.boundarIes'or. :Jnay.ture. the J!]::venison, ,from, life' August" ..say's--'fHava .

:- .npopthe1oylnaiciple:. .of passiyeiobedience tJ. t tatcs' ,armyf has.recent-:, .: \i:fiito'prigihaiiy;: her: heighj."I .liigit-,::stinding.'on_."The. i basjexperiencect arials'per -;ri4iieoji1ast j ::1t :

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ticket under Com. : On !motion. .of! Cof.:; Murat Re- 4'thejiglit -L;. '.'-.' ', ; J.- ";. .. _4'i .'\.{" I1j: .
TbeSPauish : ; \ ; of one of his;cren. .ures,' QBnT l1Dz. 5y..,;Afr*. .ffemans. '::' :W"t oti. tf l; ;" ;;: .. ; ;
sad on ih25th., :isolyed; thatUieJniathte: elect l ... ?. > A-J; .- .... .. .
abo'de was to ti ahd:cans !hdu.expjBjctto I efcold -r.- .' .. .... -."):.. ; '':I -T : -.y-A" ; ,7
'L : 'l a cruize, supposed I i'suitable, persoiprop'ftmdigitsmembers -I the resplendehf: tf'glory}!" 'cr ***" W2WBarnTorif::; ( c \ 'e.\ i it :; th :''' POS,7OJF.: ,. z1
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august tortbeftlf of Mexico. It ccn-. :i' ;,'.to'_deliver'' IBB- .Ora.tiSn6u ;: i creator:"? :W6uId>'nbt; .at_,h.1 uedtholi: ;at is:believed. ':un- J FicEa< 'faratiaasee"on_ ,:tJJe'w p

sitetI-1o j ail, one a 74. \he coming: Anaversafyvhereupbu3aines .Jiglit 'annihilate you ll' : JWe : tjj:.o'thii: acoz1ij I ', .inthe 'lit:. day J Ocobr 1826) :,.
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rumoured at1lavana, i \ Gadsden.:wasr f ; assassination ) of',the, Emperor ,' which! if nolf:'iakpii out before 4&

It was embargo'' would be laid : duly" elected. -. ;1 I perceive: :n t.LOkt! : 4ierV! ,:,w aa;founds. live. >i .on the tt; uu..*s iTxlaY'.ofr .JiLnty+- next '
tn t
wall that yesselSIY.t the Mole, I On motioiI\t r1w o 1 surreyiig! forthe"Ifc Fl f ? r wfieel I/.and..aitendei I by-1 Eis wife win be'senV' fi>tEe/Geiierai: "

after the Eelipesailed I ward Kesoivedrthat' the, Secretary Gertrude his last Post Office as'deaff. IjBtters; I
1 neXt clay .; ha .e.a.rlg t, and' shall- .expose throughout "- : .' :

0Iie! 28th August 1' wliich bas be instructed to inform. .the imbecility of, tie coarse agonizing_' ,moments, with the., Laiiracr Afmistcad A '! .: I ii
,. lohh Ad- '
the. Orator of his heroic Her -
I election.On most
.fed at Norfo1k: pursuing.: We understand surveying ; .fidelityl own dison. f '''
\,.......scry hC3lthy.. TheJarkets motion of A.. ii, Woodward ; but will survey ,hearer .sulfcri 1gs,:and those of her' unfortunate B' 1r-: k1:1.

dull' for American. pro- Resolved, the'proceedings than[ Florida. 7lie office sent husband' are- most affectionately Robert Brown, 'Sears', Bryan:'
,
of this meeting published in described in _a.letter .
out are of the first character. \V 1T1. B. Bryan.Thomas : f. # -
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dtice.Cpt Dell, of the Eclipse, the next .Florida 'Intelligencer.On ..Had they been left to* them-, addressed to ,a female nd, ---'c; ;i i S

understood' that an additional] du- motionof R. 14" Williams, selves, the country would have and which s published some H. Cha mbtr!?in. B, ;chard t.I -

of?2 62 1-2 would be laid A. S. Thruston was\ elected. reaped the benefits of their la- years ago at Haerlem, in a C. Coffey, Joseph: Corbel!, C:1I ;t

tr ontlOur..Tbcre. member of the Institute. bours. Nothing effectual will book entitled "Gertrude Von Charles'Carraway. r -

were no U. S. vessels J On motion of R. I'V. Williams, now be done. 7he President der Wart, or Fidelity unto D t -

lt t Havana {bcri the Eclipse Wm. Hail/ and Richard .Parish has placed that survey with the death." I Joseph Davenport ,2, Ed\'tard'L. !

were elected members of the Secretary at War, who knows Drake '2, ,Francis Dawkins, t'
'
**We sales of cotton in the I N. Institute. nothing of the subject himself,' Her hands raised were clasp'd, her- dark eyes Joshua- Daughty.William .

york mtukct during the past v A. Murat one of the Vice- and has too much official hauteurto The breeze threw back her hair ; \ E \ i

do not exceed 1000..bales.Keiv Presidents of the Institute pro- ask for information. Up to the fearful wheel she gazed, .( WRstis.. Joseph Ea \ v Z
week All that she loved was'there. ton 2, Caroline M., Edwards, \"
duced -
14 cts. Upjrcd912tnl1 ) to the
Orleans 11 to meeting a sample Champion.
The night was round her clear and .William Everett, Josiah Evaus, > I,
Alabama: ; : and of sea Island cotton from, his cold, F "'5-

Tennessee stand from 9 1-2: to plantation for their inspection.On Cozens, the officer wio was The holy heaven above ; Moses, Fillinghara,. \Vm. Foster -

11. The stock continues to de motion of Wm. Wyatt, .R. thrown into a tub of melted fat, Its The pale night stars of watching eartfily love.to behold Wm. Forton, George W. _

crease. C. Allen was' elected a. member while lately searching a ,fallow- Fahn, Simeon Foscue, E. L. 't '

importjofcoUon at Havre : of the Institute. chandler's premises b the "And bid Fountieroy. '.
The I me not depart, she cried, ...
frcra January 1st to August1st On motion ,of Gary Nicholas, Strand, is the last Englishmanwho My Rudolph) say not so G ( i'

J includiag stock on hand atthat Resolved, that a committee be has made himself conspicotis This is no time to quit thy side, E. R. Gibson. 1 ,
Peace, i
I cannot
anGlmted to 157,000 appointed to make suitable arrangements the in Greece peace go. H.
time by struggle Hath.the. wcrid aught for ME to fear, -
bales; Sales, 12J ,300 do.-lea- for the anniversary, ( Grease.) When death is on thy brow R. J. Hackley, Gad Hum. I I

y mgonhatia, 35,500 bales.TALLAUASSEE. ; whereupon David B. Macomb, The world !-what. a cans it !-.mine is phreys 2, Henry D. iiadley, -. :1

.. i R. W. Williams and Wm. Wyatt Rent.-A farmer here John Harrison 2. -
..- : -: .,,,, Raising I will not leave thee now !
(! I were appointed to that commit the neighbourhood of Doncaster, 5.I i" I
\ James Johnson : :-. -
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tee. was thus accosted by his land- "1 have bee with thee in thine hour .

OCTOiifcli; 6,182(5( -- On motion of A. Murat, Resolved lord : "John, I am going to raise Uf glory and of bliss, K ,. "- i,
MtlUAY Air. ,
L.. i that the members of the your rent." John replied, "Sir Uoubt n.pl its memory s living powerTo Kennedy. j -:
strengthen me through this L :
The very abusive: and violent Institute be requested to exhibit lain much obliged to And thou mine i
very you, honoured love and David 'L :)tiDg h Henry Long, ; '
that have been made by the stated -
attacks at uext meetingany for I cannot raise it myself. true Samuel F. Lowe 'V
m. 'Laing.
the friends of the administration discoveries in science, made .Bear on, bear nobly on M I ;!
We have the blessed heaven in view
on John C. Calhoun, Vice- in the past year with the process The following specifics are Whose rest bhallsoon'be won." ', Robert Madison 3 Daniel. Mc -, ; j I

president of the United States, of the mind, synthetical or recommended as the best pre- Kay. _, f I r I

prove how much they are alarmed analitical, a priori or posteriori ventives sickness, at this un And were not these high words to P 1

at the support this great and by which he attained the same. 'favourable season, viz :-Constant flowFrom i William Phillips 2, Dr. .\Vi- :

-f irtuous Statesman, is giving to On motion of II. W. Braden, though moderate labor- Through wpmans all that breaking night of bitterest heart wo i Ham U. Price, J. Pruis, t -

the old Republican cause. How Resolved, that the Secretary ha I strict attention to cleanlinessa She bore her lofty part ; R .-

does it happen that i in a few directed to notify every mem- I cool head-dry feet-a regu- But oh with such a freezing; eye, I I Joseph Russ, Mentor Rogers, p

necks, this gentleman, onre the ber of the Institute of the next lar habit of body-and a rigid ad- With such a curdling cheek Dr. Scud M. RoLiusontJohll D. : I
Love love of mortal I ,
agony -
I Roland & Co.
idol of the wen who now slander meeting in January, and that herence to temperance. Thou, only thou, should'st speak ; 2.S ;' -
and abuse him, should have become such members as have JV. Y. ..ulclvocale.C' .
may
Robert G. Sirachan 4 Richardkipper : ,
(
) destitute of wisdom and made experiments in agri- The winds rose high---but with them -
any Maria 1'. ..
bk ,
virtue, and unqual-Jied office. culture or discoveries in science Watchman, what of the night ? rose }per % :
Her voice, that he bear Reti'la Skipper, Godfl.ey.Ste
might
We hope the people will, with. or antiquities, be requested The NIGHT conieth and then the Perchance that dark hour brought; repose phens, Gaspero Sweet, William \\ j.i

one voice, answer this question, to MORNING." The subsequent !
produce samples or specimens Sims, Jeremiah 51acle, Jeremiyh .. '
by again electing him Vice- is taken from the To happy bosoms near ; :
at the next meeting, for paragraph ; Shaw, Thomas Simson. )
President, the true and faithful the of Cincmnatti Republican. Whereis While she tat striving with despair
I purpose being preservedin Reside his tortured form, 1. (t- S.
champion of their dearest rights, the archives of the Institute, Mr. Adams', and Mr. Clay's And pouring her: deep soul in prayer Benjamin Tennille 2. :. ,

never will be foi gotten by tkepeople. accompanied with .written., ac-. ":'unbounded transcendency inthe Jorlh-on,. hl.l'lI hil .s.tor-D\.. -. ., .. : v- "' S -"

If other c'itltncevas: count of the process if iu agri- West ? It was thought, from j Col..GeorgeVilhon, Robert.W- .

ranting, the aecri monious abuse culture, or of the place and circumstances some fanning Washington, all hc wiped brow1 the death. damps from his I Williams, William Ward .>,Dr.'

which the administration papers in relation to anti- was not supposed to be going : With her pale! hands and soft, Charles, Warfield, Bcnjamia -

thunder at that independent quities.On right. .Be patient- awhile at.. \hose touch upon the lute chords Wind am, Littl ton Wyche. .. J.

and valuable Senator Thom- motion of A. B. Woodward Head Quarters, and every thing i low I., G. Searcy P. :M.. ;
Had siill'd his heart
is H. Betton, would! prove how Resolved, that the Se-' \yill be righted. I She spread her,mantle so o'er oft ;his breast, October 6.- 3t- .

much they fear Talents, and L cretary be instructed to cfeliver We learn that General Dun- ; She bathed his tips with dew:, ': Company-(;rders- .".-I--S r

dread an examination of the acts, to the Printer copy of the con- can, friend and supporter ofGen. And. on his cheek such kisses press'd L THE Tallahasseer.n4peip I. :
of the men in Jackson }has been elected[ As joy and hope ne'er knew I p
power-no man I tilitution for publication.On dent Volunteers, are. hereby"or; -

has grown more rapidly in the motion of R. W. Williams! a representative in Congress L Oh lovely] are yc, Love and Faith. dered'.to.assemble' on the p IJip.-;

confidence of the people of the Resolved. that the Secretarybe from Illinois, in the place of: Enduring to the last ? square, in this place, on Saturday -

United States, than has Mr. directed," to publish e time Daniel P. Cook. And that Mr. She had her. .meed-one smile on the.7th_ inst. at ,10 o'clock'; !

Benton ; his. speeches are dis and place of the next meeting. -. Bales has been elected to Congress And death his worn- spirit pass'd. A. .j f. for review.and.inspection. './. -

passionate and augmentative- On motion! Resolved, that from Missouri, in the room While-cron as oe'r a martyr's grave, rr: It.is. particularly -requested -

tfehave read none that! were the Institute do now adjourn till of the honourable and consistent :,he knelt on t> at sad spot., that! the company' trill .
delivered in the Senate at the ; John Scottt Arid,.weeping: bless'd the God who '
Tuesday! next, at: the Tallahassee pay due attention to' 'the above

late session! of Congress, which.ota.m Hotel at 7 pclock.Copied ? Strength gave to forsake it not ? order. _. t

so much valuable] and I from the Minutes. LEGAL NICETY.In .. .1 .. .I '
order of the :
,
... By "p pt.jn. '
important information --y, -the Americau GEO. E. TINGLE, an action between two at WMC.CAMPBELIO.S.

people] look upon him as Secretary. torneys England lately, a non._ A 'l'H, lEi- t. \ Octoberfil >, : ."_ I -.

oneoftheji. most valuable and I suit was entered in consequenceof MARTIN'PRI HA.llD, 1 -_ : --'

Distinguished stat.esman--lonO' i the article 4ta?' being used I who says hc is a native of ',Connecticut -, 50 Dollars. 'Reward.", I

h!nay s he continue the favorite of At Darien, (Gep.) a gun which for "the."-T'he phrase was, was married in Georgia -' ..%ANAWAY .fr. t l'Jhtt subcriberon f I' .

t ing you and-growing state, gi- had been dubbed Thomas Jejj er- "acopyofabill," instead. of "a has ,a wife and several children : : :* ; the nigh'upf the ; .. (-

nation.support and honor to ourla son, was used on the last 4th of: copy off Ac, bill Sometime ago residing: there, was employed 19th ,June last,. 'a"very' bright. .. ;

July, & bunt: at the eighty third I a man was. acquitted. of. .a by'me>to work: on a vessel L l\Iulatto1eIlQw.named '"' .;

---- discharge. "He burst," says charge- felony- l because a tIck- at St. Marks, .sickness. ,causing I.

Leon County for the Le- the Darien Gazette with real (as the, Judge called it,) was my absence in the month of cHARms
gislative
Council, JFlLLUM VVy- gravity, *c'as if determined, af taken for an r. This absurd despotism SeptemberJast, said Pritchardtook 1'- ., '

*of66* *** elected! by a majority performing: the last duty to of'forms is about to be the liberty of l loading my about twenty years 'old,- about .

** in Gadsden county 7'noM- the memory of him after whom destroyed I bra new statute, introduced boat, with my? provisions". part -live feet'ten inches high/pne of '

IutIle- -bpEiGHT by majority of 15, he was named, to quit the world by Mr. ... ecretaryPeel. an of my tools, and cooking ,his upper fore. teeth out. ; some ;

we have not learned forever." The coincidence of ). utenlials, also pursuading off freckles and. lmcileson. face, :
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"""' : -j- dark hair a timid countenance --
the"number of the
discharges with apprentice by name ,ofJohn -
A Meeting of the Agricultu the age of J\lr.\ Jefferson, and Sixty Dollars Reward. Houston who was indented.. tome well'dressed carried ....o11ashot'gun _

odock}society will take place at 7 the simultaneous dissolution] of WILL. give ten dollars, for for tjvb"years: from;, Feb'rua* -foiaw1iternaniid-, expected, to.' pass .-
I ni' rofopinion
nett on Tuesday evening the gun, are deemed "singular ,the safe-d Jivery of.'a boy by ry I last, which_said John.Houston ; : '- : 1 :
at as conveyed offfby
the one
husc of Colonel l circumstances,>? worthy of be- the name of8A DY,,wbo broke I I forbid 'all -persons. harbouring ; : f .
Ciajlcs hewilItentkavoi'toget'to! East
Pindar. ,\ ing placed in the catalogue of .Jail (or rather w'as taken out) on or trusting on my .
-
JJ of the 4th instant .heis
ih&uig-ht :
I Ata recent.prodigies. Qaz. should any:person .return him-,tome ui. ady .safe jail{ or'delivering ,: -
meeting of the Florida .a yellow negro,_ spare made, 'i'J- :
I TalialiasseeFjorida3
itute ;:; 'him to me int.raw., .
"
ties' of Agriculture antiquities "You teach me, ,," said the ''about,24_ or 25 years."C of .age, 5 :wiII'hatobeartheir; ,- own. expeiiesfor fdrd/county 'Georgia:, shaW'r.ivhe'aboeIreward -" .: '.: \. "
science, at the Florida feet.6 or" 7 inches .high-, hasr_ ... .
'trouble irith lib. .
IIGtel then ; r
1 Emperor-Trajan to Rabbi Joshua --
oa i in his and is '-'
tiC October Thursday 1826. the 5th day "that your God is everywhere :stoppage hard to 'understand. speech,. he:will, proha1yinakethi.bcstoflis' It :js.,_ :.expected ",that ,said -e 'aJ.exp'c. ces. ] .
andboast: ,Pritcnaidwill stop' at Pensacola Wm.4B. Ham mack .
Present, 1\ B. thMIie,resides way ; \ ;. .

$ \VOO President.A. WARD, amongst'your: nation., I should for St. Augustine.: 1 _..will also l with an intention. dispose of \ .fbribaeph. ,> .Reese.-. ,:. '
\ >
; like to see him." "Gods presence -. give fift) dollars_ for tHe', appre the, boat and get :emplojr in the 1 .. B;. 'the' said rntittofeUow.. _
MURAT \
Vice indeed' every_ where," hennion:and safe"deli very; .of the .Nayy'Yard,--it'!is tobe: hoped,that \vas 4 heard of. on the pcklockopriverrlln .. 4

And David B. President. replied_Joshua, "but! Jie cannot >.villMil1wli '-aTded and. assistedin i'1op' rsQn, 'will trade* ijntlr! .him i .. the: t ineighUoiirKo'o'd I "r -
,
facomh -
!yattEde Win ,be,seen'; :mortaleye: :pan 'behold.his | 'gettingf.hijpiouCof; : $ -. for tlu ;boat, for ,it. is : Inotr Js. .rli.rn. 'Adut1S' '_-- bout.ttie' .. L first_ : ,- --
Van '*
1-1. M. Evou, aryNlcnolas Braden, Ed'dTucker : ? : Flqricl) : Qctober 6. .._ j4t. ;':: 1
'insist d:-/ "IFelV said Joshua, 'J, Fheriffjbcoii; Cptmty; a -ccp11yeIiu.MprDgue.. ,... .. :. ,:. -- :
id David Thomas,_. 'we try first to look atone ..Tallabas; ,Qctober 6., 4&. _October;6" :'r- :"1 : :1t.i1cFth n -. c.l : ; -
George E. suppose! :. .. -" -' : \ ::?W: ItQ" ; 1J) '
Tingle, mem Yl: ; -
fts. pThis ambassadors. ? The DR E.7JckEiL : Us 7'O.h -
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On Emperor consented.q1Rabbi: 4TENDE:1his: : ; prefessioiialservices COUNSEILO1tz : ;;' .5.
motion of A "Lurat, Resol- took-him: in.the air' at noon ",tp'ihe .: :I -. .... ;/ l'T tea :
that the officers open public. ._ : 'AI D.' t. -I' :! _' counties.: i .. His:office is 'Jf l ( "'the, -4 -
tperform the. duties, who .fail dal, and.bid.hjrnj0t'. ; the" suninjts.meridian .4'June'24c'-, : .' itf .' AIj19JI: J X Wi': :b\ty-.&-TaHahasset ':.-- '. :'.." '
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: imposed 'splendour. "1 1. : '. '. '
P0flthernby : P3flITh'GHwith T.vYIi practice-in--the'4ourtso; ( Ma'chJjA.'l.. .. '
a formetresoiu : ,' .'; -- : -
: cannot;' ? said "th'e : .. \; '
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light -w\- :: :
rajan,. Leon j S
stated L1ofthc' Im;{ {ule' at ihe next!' .dazzlesfirie.--: "Tltou. aft. unav Kxecuted" ? j':* ';n-">eatness,*'.' .. -='. --and > 3a4sdezEandJackson.Th3resideicb is,in.Tailaliassee.: :" :,so,. ,f *.....::7-\;r-.'',PRaTIN'- ,G',, '.;.. .,..-.'.'"..'.; + i-

meeting, bccenured.u blej"; said JosKua, "*Hoi'endure: :despatch- at this Office/. \ i' >;'-. ;" .'1W-. 'p.' :Executed..-. ,?'jntiif-iteatin. f' '*t1w} .office.s wii. despatch..4 ,' : ." .. I

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1ai'e; a pftc1r1.tIke: "publicareua '- i iiarj : i lnlme4ftatt'uuqrrnoa, to, 'A.a'. 'Toijn3end" '
I tt #JCfay. Council, oflthecUj\i : ofTallahassee one>) ? : ; and ,
i: ,Js :,paw a practisinglawyer ; ;2liaUhr. L shall. be. j: .'-shall 1 :b* : Intendant' 'or, any 'yto-.me :.. t tc''I" l ; PP nte i. :
I I : at: tfie New ,Yorkbar. ,' and hereby established l : 'city s-eoul %l |- I : .1r .of' ibe"City JonciLoTth y :'sioners to laj'ofl'a r dfj': ;

t He sustains- a very j Library and '.}luseiim, tp be rYb'?:p ; l : o'u! or disorderly conduq} .Gcrgia line,.at or neon l6e 'f

k high reputation for -talentaivil I known and distinguished by the sum of six : ': ay;take place l at the:hous, the line, between eorgia

i le il, acqulreaiijat ; & is name of the City Library arId 'live' cents ; such retailersV'*and:on their 'Florida* Where,the ()1n li.' ;
:
(:.. in independent circumstan i Museum of Taliaha see. and : ( r to give, such infoamation ers of ;Ervin county'have:" \
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j' \" ") ces. A casual visiter to the Sec. 2. 13 e further ordained, keeping ;;Jo fejt the f ,licenses.; ,and ed a roadfroni. that oQni"! .'
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chooses to That the clerk of the City Council lic use, : instance(tavern keepers I ,over. .the nearest and best.. ,
t city, who pass of the city ,of Tallahasseeshall keep 'i ) shaH they, be alloweil, ;to St. /arks, and make'r
two in the vicinity tu
houror
an in :virtue of his office, be the same 'any,spirituous!. liquors on .'agreeably to !aw. <;"",
ol Tammany' hail, will librarian and t keeper of the said further sabbath, under penalty" of a By order OftlieCouij.: o{;;"

generally notice a small, delicate Library and .Museum. dollars and iture of their licenses' as a- C. Nicholas, (-lell.r.

: white haired man, Sec. S. Be further ordained. cents per ( said, on "conviction before _June 24.RCgStCr'atltlIe. -tf}:
moving about in meditative That it shall be j.he duty of the On each i jntendant.or: any;-'twa 'mem '

f mood alone and noticing no said Library,and keeper, to .collect -. retailer of ; 'of the City Council.. eive"
7i Be ordained NOTICE. ..... ;
whose keen receive, preserve, and dispose -: further -
: .one ; a man eye 'I"lIE Register and ReC
of all funs books and W\ of in ,all cases of offence, o- t
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rand I ..1. of the .Land Office
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x1n'esivectenance.
:; I other to i\1 by than; those hereinbefore- alrll:
property, appertaining ,!ibassee inform
those ':
where has in vain "h
struggled } :
age the said institution ; he shall deliver ter year. i against the peace, "quiet interested, that the office i tl
to quench the fire of to the Intendant a written On each 1 good 'order of the city, the open for the reception! ,1.o ;.

genius, and whose appear- engagement faithfully to execute except shall be liable to suffer justment of claims, ari5t.n. ", ,

c &(IlCC, bespeaking the finished I the duties of his office ; he shall less than a of not iore.than five ler the act of Coiigres31:.' :

gentleman, will arrest all also deliver to the. Intendant a quors, five .conviction.. before the roved the 22d day "of AP'riL".

\)Ids attention. That man is bond with penalty raid security on license or any two me.plbers'of 1826. Every person, W1S1U" (..

AARON BURR--who was one satisfactory to the Intendant for from the ; City Council ': Provided, that, _avail himself, of the bent ,f, "i
\, President of the I the faithful execution of his of- cil, I i all cases, the, party fined,. this act, must make knu\u hr.
day A7Jce ii Ce. On each : the fine.exceeds one dol- 'claim by delivering! a not'fcel! !

U. States, the next a fugitive from the blood of Hamilton That a subscription shall be opened public : : nt! and city council, and ne muht particuluily design!

; at another time mounted and! preserved hy the Li- horse, the I further, that when any the quarter section or fraction}1!

on the whirhvind of revolution brarian, for funds, books, specimens per quarter. ', who is convicted and A quarter section section which he cl fri ir

11 and meditating the in natural history, and other On each d, under. this section. is una- >.:o quarter consist of one fourth is underafoot. '

dissolution of the Union, and articles, of use, taste, and attorney, or-un\yiIlingto pay in money, an entire section, ,and noi par-r:9 of : ((

J building up a southern monarchy curiosity ; and there is hereby cian, or may. be commuted for eighth parts of different jfti tn
.. appropriated in behalf of the Ci- seventy-five at the rate of tions, or two halvts of
and then, a prisoner dif&f.cnt .
; ty of Tallahassee. aid of the year. four l hours imprisonment quarter.*,*ctions. One.do1fj
to the
answering said institution, the annual sum On each everyidollar.; 'and twenty 'fl.e 'cents per Veri
charge of high t treason at the of carriage, six June 19th 1826. will be
., t\ro dollars, payable juarter- required from!: each, claimant
bar of his country. A man, ]Jy, on or before the first day of per wheel, I Charles II aire, at the time of making-',bij
who, perhaps considered and October On each Intendant. '. nti y. No more than '
January, April, July, one qu ifiler r
with: reference to the powersof in every year, to be paid twenty five i Geo. E. Tingle, gection can beenteie b?..Kny

mind alone, had no superior from the city Treasury out of a- year.On Clerk. one individual. ,The iU!ll' l'
each overseers of settlers
ny monies not previously appro- 8. WhO'ba ..
; has now no superior.But twelve and I not made improvementsrate p

he left the path of honorable priated.Sec.. 5. Be further ordained ter year. : County Police Regu' distinct and independent r
,
virtue ;. and he is, That On each lations. hose made by the lathers-'orcmployers

what you may see him-a quart erly every sum person of fifty subscribing cents in aid a cards, sold Court, April Term, 1826. will not be entitledto '

solitary being in the midst of the said institution, shall be en- dealer] or Bryant was appointed, must pre-emptions.be AH cJaiiiif
supported} by the tes toiony
of socict pointed out to the titled to vote for four directors, half cents of taxables] William !:! ot one or more credibli..

passing !stranger as a mere one of whom to go out of office number of Collector of taxes- & disinterested witnesses whoft

object of curiosity. quarterly] on the 31st March, I tained by E. Tingle was appointed evidence must be goen in pefi
Trenton Emporium. SOth of June, 30th of September nor of the Treasurer. son, before the Register and Re-*

I and the 31st December, in assessor. that the following ceirer, or taken in the forro of

everv vear.. The Intendant of theecity'i Passed i tax be levied in the a deposition before a JustiCt
-- --- -- ------'--- -- ----
Wo find the follnwhig singular :" Tallahassee in virtue of : of Leon for the year the peace and duly certified.
i I circumstance in late his office, shall be a director, and ; on every white male over To eriti le the claimant to ill
a shall be president of the Board of under 50 years of age, fif- igbt of pre-empiion, the following -
:I* at. I Intelligencer, and do Directors.Sec. facts must be esulilih

not doubt that it is true 6. Be itfurthvr ordained June !4. "t'J. able bodied slave ove- ed. 1st, that he or she V(as Uii
since it is vouched for htad of a family, or twenty-ow
by That the board directors shall under 50 years of age 25
in the of Washington V years of age or upwards, on tHt
.. persons City make, devise, alter; and amend, 1st day of January, 1825.-2d
known from time to time Further to head each cents. !
I probably to as occasion per that he or she did on or lefpjt

the Editors. It is a striking may require, proper regulationsfor peace, keeper of i tavern' .5 I the 1st day of January; 18iS, ,
,
ins ;:llce of the triumph of the reception, custody pre of the City actually inhabit and cultivate!
perseverance over the greate.st servation and emenation for the Be it retailer spiritous li I quarter section of land whichjij!

ob tncles. use of the articles appertaining. to and City except tavern ke pets, 5 .! 01' she may claim. 3d, that the

the institution. Tallahassee, .said claimant has. not reniond
"PiiFriday last, ((1st instant ; Sec. 7. Be Ufurther ordained, ing within keepers, for each hun from this Ti rritory. When/Ill,

) a spidel'vas discovered That any person, persons, or body of ? dollars of stock in trade 10 applicant claims as thr legal'td.

by the workmen in the i of persons, may deposit in the ed by the \ preservative, of some preIQI!

rock creek paper Mill, apparently said institution, books, or" other in twenty auctioneers, one quarter !)settler, this additional fact matt

in contact with a articles or property for custody, same shall centum on the amount'of i.i.be ,proven \
;
small black snake about preservation, and emanation, for Sec. 2. Be conimissi ns. '! .The office will be closed ,. 4
tine 1 sf. Monday in January'next,
under'such the That on of Medicine
I use, regulations as per an-
nine inches When first 'after which claim will *
long. no be c
;
J S.. Board of Directors in their wisdom owners ofaiiy ,three dollars. -
discovered the snake was j ceived. ,
,
to remove annum dol
provide.Ses. per three
may
snapping at the,spider, and. I 8. Be further ordained, be removed K. K. Call! :j

at each snap or jump .of the That: the Librarian and keeper, at the exp free ,niale coloured per. G. \\ Ward!

snake, the spider lapped,.his ,shall quarterly or oftener pub- er or owners over ';18 and. under 50 ye'ars FOilM.( #

vyeb round the head of the lickly notify the reception of all 'adjudged five dollars. ,Mr....G. \V. Ward, Register.

snake, and still kept: loop- articles received into the said;: any two free female, coloured per- the Land Office at Tallabassigjf
institution: Provided, that the Council. over 14 and under 50 years is,hereby nbtifieci th-at i.claimlmrighl I i f
ing him to :t liisi'asteriitig.
up same. be done without.cost, char- Sec. 3. Be three dollars. of pre-eir.piion 'in'tk T\
all
'
This continued '
combat of
section
,
ge, or expense. that.any i1, that upon all cattle_ quarter Ifr.
all Saturday No.
day on Friday, and Township Rang
Sec. 9. Be further ordained, or pistol or' property of perscwho\ are,
No. in the Western Law
; :until1 the evening. That the office of the clerk of ning or ibe for the tim ,behg no}- District-of
Florida.
;;
when tfie spider completely the City Council of-tht city of pidly driying ll S of this 'Territory there A.Wm. n ""i

q F conquered! and had killed Tallahassee is hereby appropriated the city of a tax :.f twenty five, <.I1. ...:s

!.he-' 'snake. On Sunday, for the use of the said insti- annoyance o r. .per head,per' annum. .:. VVyatt' 1s. I 'Attachrnt
.
tution free of cost zens,. shall that I>vid Thomas to Supe ':,':
(yesterday:) lie had him well any ,. charge, : Ede Van Evour. J Cour Octotber ,
las bed about the head; mid .or expense for the same.; each.and" ,9 1' thiers., &rflliam Wy-' t Term., '1826. t 1\1 ay6tk4_ '.

.. die and, tail, and had him Sec. 10. JUnd be.itfartker or- sum not e be' appbinted'commissioners' i levied on the,Defendantssi if*? !
: dained, That.the',proceeds of all on and lay off a rOad;from ., in thfohloillglots! andti'
!hoisted eighteen' inches up. fines penalties l forfeitures,. daM or any North West corner .of the ptoYements lying in 'the cit ..

iii:his, .. ,web> where :he is now accruing .ti1id r the laws. of the City Council.Sec. : fTahlahassee, the,nearest Tallahassee. ,- viz :: lots., -1:! '

Banging and tire: spider feeding 'corporation on the.regulations of .' 4. Be best'way'to :J llis' Ferry on 150, 78 'and. 116, also) on'.s&nZ

,on him. What is re- :the Board ,of Directors y-are* appropriated -. that no p Ocklockony river,'.and make' articles. Ofhousehold furniwftc. } (
_
: 4 imirkable, is, that. this spider for the:use of the said. to retail:! I agreahly .law., '"&,>* Notice is 'hereby givejW:.;!
institution. out first bt \ ;: i af'j Wihli ,4uit'has been instituted if:
: 3 : is not.bigger than,_a common -- : ,; DtCainp- .a -,' ; .
Passed February. 18,4826. the Clerk : ; James ,Cameron -9.i1dThom-: above .. ':t(4/,
be .
fly. Theycan 1\.bQtb' .J
: casoWm.
/-* *' Charles under.the .'Chamberlain:be: appointed 'OnmcrOlJp\
seen..In.th&- web at the Haire, ..... : .p ..
the papermill ...,M1ndanl. .three, nor. : : ni.is oner l, to::survey and:'lay; Sl&d. flJ
,. and'all above facts George :Tingle, for'each and. : road,:from'the :cIty:!bf Talr .May' 19. 4 .
:
-. attested; I by. WiUiani' jLefeb, E': Cl rkTan.24 on conviction; ,. ',tOneahithd. 'best. :t Carey Broriaugli. :-. 1 Jt".,,:

T Foremafi, Edward' Lev is, : -. v:tf.. .." dantor.- :aoy"t : ; to. St.1MksanaAn'ke.'re-4 vs.- X 'mcnttt

George :Miller, arid Samuel, j ityCouncil: ; .; :agreablyjtolawV .,: k. .Wm..D. Dandridge. J; SI Pj*

:MovWood:, .; workmen. :in ,the Ordinance No., ..6Forraisiiig Se6. .D Ee ; :, ''.:tht t;Jlin< :Edards. ,; .'!Jf ".Court, '.October:; -, tcrrn1: 'fI
Jq i: "" ,' .. ; : : .
** t26
: I millantlby( 'all the' hands -i tl.jlstor: dh m BryantkandJobn.Far. July 1st 1 :; Leyiea.stare :?
e w: Corking tbe e:. \ : a revenuo fet' tht'citj, dersa.e: 1mg' : ;' be 'appointed commis8ion .. house'61)''goods tI1IU'C: '

S 'PATTERSON- r Tallahassee''. hiceice L"-rf : ; .to lajr EDGAR *:Be it ordained the Intendant.and :"!'
by- : ..,.
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shall, :clo'se. i line at ; : -
)gi ne4be'
,
p r.
-.; ". ,: .pt _4,.,J826.. 'l.e' 'f ? City' Coun l ,of!f49lY j! : ,of doors, every' (on the jline'b J Bt\v e fefi J5ebr-r .Notice is hereby gh.e t'' )l'it}

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