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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: November 24, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060557
oclc - 08804854
notis - AKP8643
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System ID: UF00079920:00017
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Succeeded by: Florida advocate (Tallahassee, Fla.)

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>flriLl'HCD ; l1v o .,1 seemed com /eration: -- tu.bitf'or adding to the l common '
'. There is in ,the middle of etch stock of domestic, \
L >':---' mantled, together with kind comfort,. and,. '
T R THE OAK..# Fragment indemnification to the tooth, as every anatomist know, of, providing -a livelihood for r

A u dollars annum, I have ,seen the tall oak ; a little caitj, in which the fine 'themselves-- .' We: wish him,,success1 .
;I rein per. It waved keeper ; nay, after this mode branches of nerves, passing th o' ; and the Heart of( every '
advance.F11dvertisements proudly the lord
of pointing, the remainderof the roots of the teeth, are ex, friend to the increasing pfbsperity -
inserted at the of the
forest-it reared its the lines seem to deem the panded. This expansion of b'f our domestic maniifac-

rite t of one dollar for for every the head high towards hraven ; ,action, meritorious ; nervous matter' is the seat of I tures, -will throb a: generousresPonce -:

'' "e Jnes or under its top :was kissed by the sensation in the teeth ; and : :,-

1 jlrs tinsllion, and fifty cents for passing clouds, and wet with "I-count itgojMl." when, by caries or decay of the I Boston Masonic. ,, Mirror.dntiquitie..1i ,/.

continuenceeeach the first dew of the According to the punctua- enamel, it is exposed to the influence .- .. I

will be con- The- night. .tipfn, the keeper took the of external agencies, the Cincinnati,' at :'

tinued unless other- limbs thereof extended lines in the worst sense and patient is generally obliged, on the site of an old fortification .' -
,
accordingly far and wide and amid account of the violence of the iron shoe '
Reordered, and charged the King lost his life theoccasion. an like a horse shoe, 4.. '
1 its thukning boughs the on pain, to have the whole tooth with three nails ih'T each side, ; -

birds of the air built their pulled.out. An ingenious Vtirsjeon Was found. imbedded in the gra- '

'1 i! h.Iy' nests-and the beast J from America, lately its tel'; $3 feet beneath the.surface r
: of
TOWN OF the From the tied in London, has iatisfactoriiy oTthe earths Near the same ,
THE forest National Gazette.
freste'd l beneath f the JOSEPH BONAPARTE. shown that the diseased part place, at the same depth, was 7..

(UIUll1P@l1AQlijJ cooling shadows of its green We state of the tooth, including the cavity found a tooth weighing Ibs. :

\ isuderaigned having be. branches. Young and ten- >nan authority ,above described, may be cut supposed to be an Elephant's: !f
of the which we know be off with thfc -'greatestrase and The Cincinnati. Gazette '
come the proprietors der was the ivy as it may says, -j:
clung
northwest quarter of section around the oak for trusted'. that it .is not true celerity, and. that tht sound root brass buttons_ of an uncommon :"

i in township five, range e- in support, that the Count de Survilli- or roots may he allowed to remain construction, wett"'lately found ';;
four, unchecked
playfulness it iu their sockets. This in the Ohio near the
north aad west iu JacksonC ers has asked for : mouth o ,1
I \'en off town wound around its proud permission mode of procedure has been the Miami. They are an inch
: laying a protection "J
design! to reside
at to visit Brus
Coauty or
slumbering in shown and explainH to the most in diamt'tt; '.hcshank is a thin :
be called Chipola.Tb graceful -
thereon sels. He is entirely contented scientific surgeons of this town, plate, half ati inch in length: with :
off
town will be laid into beauty on its fair trunk.It ,4
with his residence in Who} have without exception, ex- a round hole the size of a turkey -
lots of convenient size ; on a put forth with the spring ; *:" preificd their conviction of its shot it the 1
this country which be : utility. through near ;;1
continues .
;jpublick square, and streets ranuing the spring went by and the to consider the The operation has bet.h c'rd, They resemble the buttons ;(
and at right angles /most
parallel ; summer passed away ; autumn performed on more than 200 used in Russia, and other '4
mcf exposed to sale on the thirdMonday sighed its happy iu the world' ; f n'Q- members of the profession, and northern countries ; for coats 1

in December! next, on leaves, and they amongst pinion, which, it niay" ; bejfemembered they Have invariably declared made of skin or leather and may --

t the premises. drooped, he expressed in that it occasioned no pain, and have been lost by some of the '

1 he tei ors of' sale will be one no longer bright ; the' fell his letter of thanks to the inhabitants that it could scarcely be f felt its earliest navigators of the Ohio, .a)

anJ;] two years credit, the pur to the ground and were scattered of their own certificates show".- when the French were attemjit-

giving bond:and approvchascls afar by the passing who exerted themselves iSew-Jersev, The instruments used (for this in;; a communication between '1

ed security. Iu'eeze.rrhe birds of theair to purpose are very simple. theyare Canada and the Mississippi. .!
extinguish( the fire of his a few plan .f 1
of < forceps right '-
1 he town Chipola as pro- have forsaken its
posed to be laid off is near the and bough house about six years ago. angled and straight, with cutting LAST SCENESOF I !
the: bca-ts of the forest edges, like the common MR. JEFFERsON LIFE &c.
centre ofJacksoCountyone of l He speaks still iu.: the same n : ..i,

6e most populous. and flourishing no longer find helter f.eneath terms o attachment to his surgical bone forceps but those A friend has been kind enougli" Ito

counties in the its branches. The iw edjjes are made accurately to fit i place in our hands the follow- i
Territory ; friends{ and
: neighbors and the necks of the teeth, and
only
rich and fertile -the curling tender ing correspondence which we
rounded by a ; ivv.
of contentment with his situ the necks ; so that, however decayed have no doubt will furnish as {j.

country, a'nd situated in that shrunk from its cold embrace atiun ; and is far from desirous a tooth may be, the forceps much gratification to our leaders ,

part of the county known by the no longer be and 1
safely
playfully
to quit a wherein may easilyapplied as it has'done to ourselves. ,
country ,
Chipola settlements ; not more winding rs tendrils among eleven without, any risk ol I In the letters of ).1... Jefferson: j 1 a
,! than: four or file miles from a its years, he has never breaking the tooth. Having find of
scaling bark its bloom we a masterly refutation of '
point on the Chipola river, to withered and its ; leaves met with a painful or unpiezysant been. thus carefully applied oh the errors which have been so =Ta:i;

which it rm>y be made navigable green occurrence. the neck of a tooth, the edges o!- frequently to i inportant -
repeated as an ?-
j
.with a very small'expense ; seared, unsupported. if fell to As to tbe. millions which the forceps should be held parallel period of his public: ids-:' '1

and not more than seven miles the srround. and died nm'nl) the, Editor of the Paris Quo to the edge of the gum. furY In the mode of refuting- -r .,;

from the_natu.ral .hri .e on said the. desolation that blasted i'iimF' nd ,hq uW..Jl l e maJk..lO-.D ih. m vff qlsc see a new proof. of ..
eb1isgen *
rOlls .j
I river, where boats can come-all its ''summer.icnd whose J down a Unlearn orr.er to get at : how much genlus'stndebud to ..
bestowed
upon him, it is certainly the nrck about a line below tbe method for
almost iome of its
any season. limitspare and leafless most ;.
are '
averY absurd: usual height of the gum ; \hf successful efforts I '
The situation is high and health exaggeration r : ;
'I
spread naked to the wintry, handles of the forceps are then j
contrived with Richmond '
? and watered by a number, of no Enquirer. .
wind, that with ravel f bowling i pressed gradually but firmly together : ::1

.. kind
intent. -
. fine springs, streams in the neighborhood I he liberality' ":.
murmurest around if I and in a moment tht I Qear Sir You insist :
I well calculated for r of his expenditures on hiy '
(the midnight of the by upper part of the tooth snaps off, giving you the particulars of '
j kind of requium my
working any machinery, which the pub lie as well as including the cavity containing last visit Monticello
to
and &
storm. Behold
such and mills. The the oak .
as saw grist -
j individuals the of
are benefitted expansion the nerve, andthus sight of the
,
proprietors have no hesitation i in once proud and correspondence !
gorgeously : and the extent and frequency iu an instant permanentlyrelieves which led to it. My visit, you. ..
saving that it is the most; eligible clad but ;:
now fallen desolate I all pain. The advantages
of his donations know; was frustrate and melancholy I
place for the county seat, both' and bare ; see it chilled I bespeakconsiderable of this operation are':"'; ls i. 1 ,.and its details, you rnayfsuppose }.1
,zs it respects lo ality and situation resources ; bntit It is pa.nless and instantaneous ,
,
by the blast and covered will be sorrowful and .
; they hae no doubt that with the / of \\ as truly laid by an old 1 ly performed. 2d: The surface few: The correspondence being ... } 4':'

the county seat will he eventually snows winter- officer who received assistance of the sound stump i remaining destined for publication in a a3: ,

I. located upon that spot.- the clouds of the north gather from him. that while in the j jaw, presents a firm basefor j second edition of Lees Memoirs, 1

i And should it be the case, they around it in darkness! be has the heart of a king, mastication ; or for the fixing : will soon be accessible. In the .. _- .1

I pledge themselves to contributej and pour down their freezing his of an artificial tooth. 3d. : mean time, I send you copies of .
of the purse is that of a l privategentle' .\ hat i is of greatest moment thr of Mr. Jefferson's .
j part proceeds of the sale sleets, glazftig its sides ; two letters ,,'
, man. He has seated stump or stumps left in the .1
j cf the lots to the improvement with the cold jaw which cannot fail to increase =
of the town. Commissioners garments of himself among the farmersof afford a,firm support tj the adjoining your admiration of him. .. .-go :

be ice. New where be teeth, and without which Upon arriving at
appointed of probity and Jersey, Charlotte't

, worth to superintend the ]laying i io'and maintains a generous hospitality support the alveolar process ville, oh the 27th June, although .\t
corresponding to the before
selling the lots. There The importance of a misplaced without any i idfy&iz ? occupied by the diseased part tooth it was was reported sick, the that 'Ir. Jefferson ; .I
account
; 15 no part of Florida that holds Comma. tentaiion that could Jt ;; ltt and a part of the interstict'tructure neither so definite nor alarm seemed "
out o ? :!
greater inducements to thetapitalist Amazing as it censure fivm the' -: rost s e- of the jaw, become absorbed ing, as to render it proper that
than the may seem, I't
Chipola the
coo
; ; adjoining teeth in
vere. He be found a should forego the object of myijourney.
di-
. try. Wo only wish the public! it is certainly a fact, that the may few rears become loose and I therefore, addressed "l:

' to amine and judge for themselves unfortunate King Kdwartl recling his laborers, who al e prematurely fall out, as daily 1 a note to him, signifying my arrival :Y

II. lost his life by means of attached to him, on his own experience shows. Mr. Fay has and readiness .to Wait ont: ,

4 DAVID THOMAS. estate, or in the road for his improvement in this
public
him
a misplaced comma ; for his next day, or any other. ,day
-TVM J. WATSON, cruel Queen, with whom t he in the improvement of which branch of surgery, and for other of that week which might be"
; for
L. M. STONE: he has forceps the perpendicularextraction ore agreeable to hinv Next '
was at variance sent to the expended large sums
NoF.9 of teeth, when
..... 1826-43-tf. of Jn the extraction morning ;Mr. Trist called on me; fi?
t k eper'of l.hEpr.ison( where money. spaceof may be absolutely required, confirmed the account I had before :

( ;l lA .' Tl id( bit;f fit r ila he was .confined, the following two or three hundred yards received the large silver Tried aj received, and said that Mr>

fair price will be paid fo lines :- he has nearly) levelled two from the Society of Arts and '.J. had desired I would diheat '

few thousand weight of. rod' steep and dangerous hills, the instruments, with engravings Monticello that day or the slic'f
corn fed "To shed King Edward's blood ; will be published in ;
PORK the '
I delivered on at tbe cost ol above three ceeding. The'succeeiling(] day .:'
foot' "Refuse to fear I it next volume of the Transactions
count
: at Tallahassee, on the lit good. was the Thu'rs'day before bier
}
JLondon
thousand
tf dollars.. ; and. we uf the Society. death, f
I' January next. None need and heri it came, it ,7
Had the comma hero placed believe ,that he prefers this .
Wli.uniess their pork his been Pafier. seemed to be tbe general impression .
i
i, take from.the mass and fats en' after the word refuse, plain, active and .useful life, :, around me, that the,life' '

i tW wit hcorn" only. Enquire of thusr:- to the, )parade and ,magnificence SiLK:. of the Patriarch was in danger.
An farmir\'from
the which the elderly Con I therefore, printer. : uotit ie
. "To shed King Edward's' blood line necticul. told us the f other da. } the forenoon. and in 'case his; indisposition ,, ... ,
NQV.
9, lS3 -43-tf. "Refuse," has 'prepared. fur; him at that he had about. five hundred. continued to" berseriousf'to 1

DR. COLE it ,&1 the sense would have im- Brussels His'public work, mulberry 'trees' then growing on 1< return before dinner tone ;
'
CoN'1'IN U L s file- ., be ;considers as some ac k- his own farm- that*,he fed ohundred Ch'aflotltsville. As I appfonch- >
1 praI1Ct" gjied that the -ke:'Per w as ,
thousand
! in the City of nowledgement return' worms which .ed the. house the' anxiety and; .
T commanded not to hurt the produced about '
allahassee. fifty of distress ,\'i' ihle in
; he will at ail times' fTrthe"prof roupdsUs' : the countenance -
[ : ipJl.and li
r be:, for nd at his residence ( the King, and the remainder of silk annually.. Tho' whole bust- of th'e servants. increased <
on }
' UI3st 'piHilHrhe: ; hag enjoyed' in ness_ of! feeding the warms &c.-is the J -
the line o1'm
corner of the t Capitol; 1 t > ; gloom r own forebodihgs '. .
'square 1. the; U. A performed by his .
States. daughters.
) when greatnumber ; J'l11 entered it under' '
not no"
: ) on "
prores'lonal "To fear I count it *
1_. tiUSI n'S5. good.it of the labouring.andindiustribus But very little labouf is required .- little: agitatiori.. After ;'the 'ob- .. ,-. sA

Tall ;hz.aee, AuC'.2'th-. would have signified ; class of our citizens and he thinks that in [the ject oT my early call was< male! -

was counted_ good not to- spill' ( .find constant eninloy- course of a fewy.talcs,c+-after -'histrees ,known } 'AIrs. Runijolph: she* ,
f p W. l comeiii"mmurit'
X'* "* he shall)
FOWLER ** told me'thati
,
l W- LL practice, Law in, 'Leanu his. blood' : but' the. ,coniiiuf-' men. with.. him"* '* ,. "and the ini by increasing;; thVnutnber: of his, ,therr had been although expecting; her to see fa-

t\\'t -. (iri' the'a Joiniug-. being wickeclly-daced; ,after, creaser of comfort and property \vprms; in 'proporndn to fhe. me, he was then to'o. unwell *tp'

?unties: HIs.ot1k is' in the the word. fear/.:,thus,:, r i"To i 1 amuu; '.theui! at arid nearJjojpilentown quantity of feed 'supjfyHed, produce 'receive any,one. 'it. was out. too'I -

t\\CIt1,_ r T allahaisec Florida. .1' shed" KingEdward's: blood is'very .strlkmg.n ., yearly: about- three hundredfiounds "evident/that the fears of his -
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r- ; d htBr'a'e"a
au'g
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lanced lien
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.- .- .i.I i ,).'':. ,". ..' '. I \ Thus. giving. .his girls;an op'por- (nd .yrfeiJc 'sympathising. in her : '

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,,. .. :p (rat, !'f. .1i !!, tybythin! .' 'that' work*.-.which' : :ctspecUAri cationmyself! mftead ofjeopartlizing : <,possessed:on )Jieubjet,: ,r- f :*
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t he,ycocrabfc' T ** ,wanv who had -en-' 'Richmond. ,,.ii the winter. ofl780then ..! to:,take,itsv command,..of :poperjcnhis' *9ksCC. ,\ :I <** t \* _
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0- ictcdail the walks' ti polities' ._ knew ,nthinFcommitted z haii ges #A
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\ T : : .8te.r. .tIe, ,v 1 J beliere,, wJ1ich. s 4** ,
. <" -V*- ., ':uahtt l pMosbpbf,'"amVln all' na in South Carolina, too distant that_ to persons" of the, XI2XV)1' can'assure* jrou ,'

C : :' .. I forcmoal. :-and' to ,whom, the from the..scene- of-f heje.transactfous a- +> art: ej 'men' who kneW :how to' ,thelrtttji of" :cvci-jr. .fct, hcl
:. ) 'aiid the presentaind; aU'Tu-! drawnTrora: thfsc pipcrai, tiid. 4
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"t .past to relate'if hem W his ,own make the best use it'1 to thle ,)
.
genuineness .of
: .lure, ages are' aud trill be, so rtii toifttliem '$teuben for instance, to Nelson' ; :such as,
knowledge, or ; ; SIr-'o4fJ
taken the'trouble
', .has oJ ;
Mrs. -
indebted. However .c
much ,
:, : ,i chaff of then and others possessing that military came to
r from the rumors, afloat It'happened that..duripg: ;
Kaindolph having left,,me to at,,
t : which vanishedas skill and experience of 1 shall b
rumors Incessant
; daysot liap
labor
4
:
4 tend to her father, spoil ,return ,for
cd, und abserved, that ,she ha'? soon before the real truth, as which I had none. benefit :of my ,owo'_ memory at the time y

taken for granted that'he could vapours before the:sun, obliterated Let'o r condition too, at, this} carefully noted 'every c I''u' other V ot _

r .. uol see me ; hut upon bir casually by their notoriety, by every' time be duly considaredith- stance, ,worth, it., These conve tt, ',.
0 'mentioning n)y krriral, he :candid mind, and by the veice of out arms or money of effect, rahdums were often written being now, po4e'- '

had desired. 1 should) be invited I the many, who as actors or spec- without a regular soldier in the horseback. and on: scraps of l of General Lee'1 _
into hit chamber,' My emotionsa .1 tators, knew what had really State, or a regular officer except 'per"takeD out of my pocket before obseredt. .

t 'a p p r o a c hi n Jcfcrs s.cly ing I pa sedo The facts shall speakfor Steiihen, a militia scattered I the moment, fortunately have mis-remcMfc.

:1 bed, I cannot describe. You, remember ,- themselves. I,. over the country: and called ed to this day and noir lying respectiD gJ '

: the alcove in which Iir General Washington hid just : at a moments>warning to leave fore me. I wish you could arid very' \
_
t slept. There he was extended given notice to all the Go\ cr- their families and friends, in the them. But my papers of Corrected:
-feeble, prostrate ; but the fin of the winter to meet .period are stitched lonriht-r,.. relative
'llOrl') on the s a-boardNorth, and dead ; an to it, ,, i :
and i n.or his large masses, and so"
clear countenance
tal
i exprf Soutk, that an embarkation was enemy ready marshalled and '* from personal fa -' < fttfl
t not at all obscnl' cl. and tender, as not to admit .... ,
taking place] at New York, destined i prepared at all points to receive that being at MOD <;
,
..At the first glance 1 he recognized moval, further th n from i itb
for the southward nl' \Vai them Yet had time been given 9th, 10th and, I1tb'err' ,
'
me, and his hand and voice shelves to a rear ingt hire
; at onc'l" saluted mc.The energy g 'ven out there, and on Sunday, them by the tardy retreat of hear ian intci nu. evidence o; on one of those dayi: ,

of his' grasp, and the spirit otbis the S 1st of Dec. 1780, we received that enemy, I have no doubt but lity, which muSi, carl Y ( now ascertain 1YhICb l1
% conversation, were such :1f' \ information that a fleet the rush to arms, and to the protection lion lo every one who sees t iu saw the. 'smoke of "

to mast ir.e hope he would yet had entered our Capes ; it happened of their country, would We have nothing in our eisively arising in, i e'.. ELIte
f' rally! "and that the superiority fortunately, that our Legislature : have been as rapid and universal borhood ,which could com a little Beyond JiiJiis'

of mind over mailer in, his com was afThat moment in as in their invasion during our siitc the trouble of a visit to and which I learnt fro ..

posit'ons, vcuid preserve him session, arid..within: two days of l late war ; when at 'the first moment unless perhaps our testimony, ,wer,*',

t\ htill longer.! Hi1 regretted thai their rising. So that during I notice our citizens rose which 1 believe you have by his corps ; and t!a
I should! fidd him so helpless these two days, we had the ben- en masse from oyery part of the 3 een, 'and I can assure you i within three or four

auid if he got veil, I should set I efit of their presence, and of the Slate, and without waiting to be_ worth seeing. Should you London ; from thaf '
all the papers he had promised.He so, I, would ask much the art
counsel and information of the marshalled by their officers and as 25th July, he '.d'
talked of the freshet which members, individually. On themselves, and marched off by time at Monticello, a. would that space o'f' time5 r';

was alien prevailing in James Monday, the 1st January, wewere ones and by twos, as quickly able you to examine these London ; but allt tbb ';
River: -of its extensive: devastation
in to the destination could themselves. pers at four eabe. Many better explained thuFl
and said he hid never suspense, as they equip too, are interspersed! 'viva ,
kr... destiuctive of this fleet; whether up Of the individuals of the same in the mean time I i ;
wn a wore one. ihem, which have ,relation
fi He soon, however, passed to IheUniversity the bay or up our" river. On house, one would start in the your object, many letters of my great -et t '

ft expatiated on its fu- i uesday, at 10 o'clock, however morning, a second noon, a third (;t'os. Gates, Green, Ste : respect.TH.JEFFERSOf. : Fl ;
'
lure utility said its cost would we received ,information i in the evening, no one waiting and others engaged in the foiIn'

not, altogether! exceed -3OOOOt that they had entered the James an hour for the company of aiiot I thern war and in the north, LEE. Esq. :, : ..1 '

I dollars, commended the J professor river, and on general ad'je''e ther. This I saw myself the All should be laid open to 'thpt

*, and expressed satUfaciion&t i instantly prepared orders for hue, occasion, and should hare without rtssrrc ; for there is FOREIGN.':1',]

the progress of the 'stude lSo calling in the militia, one half seen on the former, had wind and a truth existing, which I fear .

A word was suspended ;at. the from the nearer counties, and a tide, and a Howe, instead of an would wish unknown to of the Emperor/ 'ei!

foot of his bed, which he told me fourth from the more remote, Arnold, slackened their pace e- whole world luring the cholat. r.r

was presented to him by (I thiuk) \ynich would constitute a force rer so little. sions of Arnold, Phillips t following is an ,.

an Arabian Chief, and that the ofbetween four and five thou- And is'the surprise tf an open Cornwuilis, until my tinie 01 of a private letter 'of i

blade was a true Damascus.At sand men, of which orders the and unarmed place, although i flee expired, i'macc it a cow dated the 5th S.1 ,,*
this time he became so cheerful members of the Legislature, called a City and even a Capital once a week, by letter! to i'oltl

as to smile, even to laughing, which adjourned that day, took so unprecedented as to be President Congress and to 4
aJ: a remark I made. lIe alluded charge, each to his respective matter of indelible reproach ? nera.1! Washington, to give .JfoscowSepI.) 5; 182& ; 4":
to the of his deathas an exact narrative of the Leaving these coorafc .11
probability ,
.
county, and we began the removal Which of our Capitals auringthe
-. a a man would to the prospect ) of every thing from Rich- same war, was not in possession: actions ters'should of the week. These } matters, let me tell'jw\ \ .51

of being caught in a shower mond. Th wind being.fair and of the, same enemy, not merely of Stale still be in the about the corii. .
Washington: and
as an event not to be desir&d strong, the enemy ascended the by surprise and for a day only, the presses at Mount Vernon.Or of tbe Emperor ,Nit .n'II

but not to be feared. it river as rapidly as the expresses but permanently'1'hat of if the former were d which wasm pt.rf
as
,vas to be apprehended, that the could ride, who were despatched Georgia South QaroJita.! ?. ,eiTby .the conflagrations! of all the pomp'and -_,., t
j eagerness with which he couversedjvoukhextratisl to us front time to time to no Worth Carolina ? Pennsylvania ? British i thrc latter' are : you"T. which custom bts i PH: II
him, and, tify their progress. At 5 P. M. N. York? Connecticut; ? Massachusetts safe and may be appealed to :
: therefore, i could not indulgemyself on Thursday, we learnt that they ? And, others were corroboration of what 1 here, on SunAy, IJ
the-tid hist but of&
: with a long interview.- the now written. ,
; had then been 3 hours landed at not, it was because enemy '
; Upon proposing withdraw, I \V estover. The whole Militiaof saw no object taking possession '1 here is another August of their styk-'

observed that I would call to the adjacent counties were of them-add to the list jn the very erroneously stated in took place according i jj

see him again. He said, well |, now called for, and to come on, late war, Washington also, the same work; which although within the Krei1-

do-but you will dine here to- i individually, without waiting a- metropolis of the Union, coveredby concerning myself i is withtn unfortunately l ')t&
and 1 think
own knowledge,
.-. day. To this I replied, 4-1 proposed ny regular array. At I P. M. a fort, with troops and a duty to communicate llo is too limited to, l ... -.

., dcfcrig that" pleasure untii.be the next day, (Fiiday,) they entered dense population ; and, what ca- 1 am sorry that, not being ) adequate display,;!fe
got better. He waved Richmond and Satur- pital on the continent of Europe
o.i of in the i i t
the
possession ofacopy
procrssiou: : |
his hand:: 1 and shook his head with ,
> day, after 24 hours possession, [Ste Petersburg and its regiousof moirs, I am noi able to t hu1dlcdtgi t
some impatience, saying, emphatically houses ice ] did not Bonaparte persons were
't'. burning some destroying excepted i he passage, and still less
--" JfJU must dine property &c. they retreated, I take and hold at his pleasure facts them>elres, vcrbutim and the effect w!
.
-. here-ray sickness makes no dif- camped that evening .10 miles : ? 13 it then just that Richmond the text ; but oi the and di8ple uiing.'-h

J". ference." I consented, left him below, and reached their shipping ., and its authorities alone recollected! I am certain. far inferior in spleBiife

and never saw him more. I observed : at Weslo>;er, the next day, should be placed under the reproach -, said there that about the procession from 'Vej|

_. that he kept the flies off (Sunday.) of history, because in a Tarletun't expedition up Hall, for there Vtf:

;" .-: himself, and-seemed to decline By this time had assembled ,. moment of peculiar denudation ,xorlh branch of James here of ''arktil
i- assistance from his ttendantsoii's. three hundred militia-tinder Col. of resources, by the coup de main Charlottesville and \ /"*?*'
in thedress
*:,
} Randolph afterwards told Nicholas, 6 miles above Westover i of an enemy, led on by the hand Simcoc WAS detached up
me this was his habit-that his quthcrn branch, and men, the only brffl
and two hundred under Gen. i of fortune, directing the winds p
plan was to fight old age off, by Nelson, at Charles City Courthouse and weather to their wishes, it u far as New London, in part beingin the )mij&;
never admitting the of im d, where he destroyed a uniform -of the Genera
approach
8 miles below ; ,two or was surprised and held 24 hours ? J
helplessness! and Ue was, moreover three hundred at Petersburg, Or, strange that the enemy, with of family arms at&c.the tfe.time I at was a whh >the Emperor's 4itl.!

exceedingly averse to giving had put themselves under Gen. such advantages, should be enabled sion I have within :3 miles whose rich emlro4eNj': '

trouble. From ,the inter- Smaihvood, of Maryland, accidentally then to get off without rIsK- London and I can assure coats- ,'glittered, 'fi :g.
vietv, I conceived strong hopes there on his ing the honors he had achieved '
passage that he did silver contrasted;
my knowledge, QQL
of his recovering:: a! when after
:
through the State, and Baron by burnings and destructions of advance to within EO the habIt b 09 .:U
dinner I urge ,
conversed with his Stephen with eight hundred, and property, peculiar to this principle New London. Having "
) Dr. blue ,di Dgy'pttt:
physician, Dunglison of the Col. Gibson with one thousand, of warfare- We at least the lower'' end of or : :
'
University, these hopes were were also on the south side of may leave theso glories to their as i have 'understood, he' Majors of towas !t

re: dei-ed more sanguine.! For James River, aiming to reach, own trumpet. of a depot.of arms arid a of the different tr

he seemed' to think his, disease Hood's before the enemy should DUI"insthis crisis of trial I of new recruits under ? II ed artificf.rsJ''flt

was conquered' and that be had have. psssed it ; where they was left alone, unassisted by the, Stenbett, somewhere in Pri : h long beards, took: t:
nothing but the inelastic,state of hoped they could arrest them'.:- co-operation of a single public Ed ward. ,lie left \ cc.in the- proces1Ofli-) "
olHIige to fear. Mrs.' for with thr r6ad, immediately at
Randolph But the wind having shifted, functionary ; legislature or l old C '**
and the family soon appeared to carried thelh down, as every member of the Franciscos pushed' directly ,, byth J J'I'
prosperously ,
feel the!, diffusion of these hopes as it had brought.them I' council had departed, to take at this new object, was were, entitled, .n '

-which w,- rc'hut too fallacious. the river. Within the first five up care,of his own 'family, unaidedeven pointed and kreturned to e IJ ,' 'by, 'rnuckth l )

:k. i t: snail! never cease to deplore days, therefore, about 2500 men I in _rny ,bodily. labours, but down James river y> head Dg. ,part 'of.tbc 1'.1
that I did not find him in goed had i by my horse,.'and he exhausted ters. 1 had then returned, was the" -
,,
collected at three or fourdifferent pre
health. : :at length ,by fatigu,sunk underme. Monticello) myself, and
The rise of J.h '
the
waters, points ready fort( junc- in the public road, where I thfrice saw the smokes of ,Grand Duke ;

: among tbia' other disasters produced ,!-tion. ., had to 'leve:him, and! with my) conRagr .tion,* r houses and, the.,.elder bI !11.Jf. '

.-*- With by delaying me. I was absent myself from I saddle and' bridle on' my shoulders perty'on that river, as they $-renounced'his'birth 1

sir great regard, .I* am, dear Richmond, ,but' always in observing ,.to:'wlk afoot to the nearest L cessively arose in the '_acted here'as',.an'ate1
faithfully :
., yours, distance of the enemy, three farm, where. lbol.rowed an' unbroken a.distance'of: or 30 miles.must J 'bes t u i h rn s1cad ( fJnfi!
II. LEE. ; :
days only; during.which I was; colt and proceeded' to repeat tlmtinis xc.ur ,
,. Washington. 19th Aug. fS28.r never off.my hcrse but to: take Mancht'stervOppoaite Ri1mond'S' from Francisco's is not- \" ;:.. :_"! ,' ()n

I food or rest ; and ,was everywhere which 'the.enemy had my own knowledge, but : ,ht! .;teLig I .whUi4 1

'/ MOfTiCtLLOMay 15, 1826. where. 'my presence cduld I ed a few hours' before..' c..' .have ,heard it,from the 'phiiosopijy[ or fol Ii!

: Dear Sy- The sentiments of be of any 'service ; iadJl: may Ir, 'Without 'pursuing ,t these' niinutede -- tantouthe\ ; Buckingham SlOII d '',tlil I r H < i
". justice: which,' hare dictated with confidence challenge tails,Iwill :here.'.,k"the I I. ,which. for :. y'rtur'lettertf'bf anyone favour of turn4 ed .6, tiroes 1i:
c- : -3(1. and 9l.l : you to. llo.-'Girar- 9r 8 a )earf The I
I to .hllltl.tf
puthis the
.
finger on
-- ". insf.. are 'worthy of all 'praise"and of time: when I "' poinir din's'History Virginia., where t\cttTftVs\ J of .: that, therefore : ont right i
merit and,meet my thankful I remissness from,was in o IP such ,of them'as,are worthy 'the, ["ncdVoqiury 'and. correction. e ot: the other -I// 9 /
I ackqovriBdcamenis. any duty o'myalation' notice history 'arc ,related Jtithit L' ::'' These areall! the : "- Grand JJuke ijc $ iJ

:',- father nosvi Jivin.?, and Were.ypur ". f ButI was not with, the i! scale :of-extension,' :wbi' 'b wiihin- lcr5Vopc| .of proposing
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} Xrue for ?% **
'army: 1st where : "
its objects admit. That work: : whIch'1antate:with'
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'\ as yoa, &r.e.topubh.h a second e- ,was it ? 2d I in : m.being.. ." ) -; "4$
.' dition'of his was engaged was written at Milton within, '3 and ccriajtny, artd.pfliese VEUS"
mcmoirs.I.T, 'zn,<", ? sa- the' more important' -functions ,of: or :miles of Monticcilo ; and l at i- : are: ft.eet :- makerWhat- use, ;: ofLhitpinopy..
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'it' .t, : pet ; lfih.f .ttecu cfiL; :nt;s eaa'il ukiji, ft't K he'jtiit'rtceif etf r ,. :;.,"
; Church, 'Yb1C4-S' -5u V candid and full discussion". .of the' first'inrolf+ es. the security '. "quircd. at;the;mouth} of', lk: :Rirer '_'"Y", 'h otrcr-.ror-saltln" and the .

'i th1 t a.tJt cuuld otrcon1han400 'of'all the matters* in', .dispute of'.the..last. ;:as:,will 'be.er, .,' to :protect the tDeiaHrarfand -baser,.. .!lat.lJ 'iJccupiedby Capt. Y
"! 500 be( t\\ttn' the videut from. ,an ,examination of .Chesapeake Bond 4
"more : or respective parties 1 canal.h, n' oi'tth'a; .;corner tf the, ?:
;' pscins. The',1 luke. ofokcd De" hive concluded( an, ho-, the( geographical features, of thecountry District of'Columbia. '!jis,'protected public[ )gutre,"'an eztenil? ,and

::1: 'hire-' who to "re- no r able.and amicable,, termi- coastwise Thus :the.line of interior by Fort' Washingtottj i .whfcliiTork elegant, 'aisortment-. ,of. goodf, or .. '*?Yf..
communication
't--- cost 1%
:'kI\b11 well his 'diploWM -- nation of them.. a $446,467. 'Thi*,fete \ CONSISTING OP {
in. j JAMES begins in the great: bay 'north of tad:been better. placed' on Lower '

,1I dtr5 ,. accompa- RAMAGE, rape.Cod, passes thence over, "Cedar:.Point.i For'.securing [ London
, b1 Lor? Ito rPnth,;Lord_ I ROBERT BUTLER' laud to Nafagansett roads or Baltimore 1 Harbour, a fort is'necessary .Cassinetts; Flannels t Kerseys, .
Resell Ir.tirovenor I DJLWL. & BIRCH, Buzzards' thence Coarse and..eheap goodt,'suitable .. .
:rK.. > ; : Bay ; through at Hawkin's Point,' andanother ,
'Town \ HEJTll Y FOJVGJE, Long Island sound: New ; .. for negro clothing, ,. '
Mr. to York
, .. O.\: !ulish! ? ; on ,the extreme end of '
Point
;"t-erid wd 'Alexander A up the _Raritan, and.over'land to theflat on'Soller's Point. Theestimate blanketf>x rose blankets
In.our last it was stated, that White cotton cloih
6 ;
the Delaware ; down that river of them both is. 917n ,, ,striped do.
:'MaUt. !. up to- that date we had had 'n o and over land to the C.hesapeake; 54 2.. '1 r he prtsent Fort'M'Henry Osnaburg; and Ticklenburgt, e _
to,the evening a generaltook rrost--and the remark was French & .1
exdo that Itahansclks--era .
wn bay, up Hampton Redoubt Wood, and Coving- es, ,
;
[ place and actly true-for on the of Calicoes \
'ni minatibn night Cambrics -h
Roads and Elizabeth : '
river, and. ton' Battery, should be. retainedas \ ,
: and walls of the that day there was a frost, and t Jackoact mrslin mull :
the muslinSwissmuslin *
tb .towe thrpngh Dismal 'second! barrier. _
; Swamp to a
in the ,- .. :. "is
-- .
two tb _
ensuing t- .
wholly cover- or .eenights Albemarle! sound \.
Kremlin were ; thence thro1 The southern section of the _
e* with lamps, so that all there were frostsuollehorerer the swamps and sounds of the coast is i v rjabJ1)ow'ana generally -I Book & Swiss book do.Cassimereshawls : -E

their forms and angles) were very severe, as is evidenced Carolinas and, Georgia to the sandy, and the ridge ofsand ,: .. ,. ...
by the fact, that the heaves ad of the Peninsula Flagg & ban nni\lJ k'kfs.Ladies7 .
'seen of Florida either lies the main land .
distinctly at an immense ; on ,
of.the .%hina }
and the young trees, overland to the Gulf of Mexico ; or is divided from it by sounds or, Cloaks, gentFemeAs. do.:- '. fr
distance, pro haue not. as yet ail fallen. At of Camlet and Tarfan
thence
arpresent plaid
, j throegh 'interior basins. When this ridge is bro : ,ri
'dLdous biaze of light which we have deli+;htful weather sounds and bays to Orleans. ken it is by marsh and the islands Straw bonnets, fine hats, J

played'around, the dome and and from what we learn, 'I! Some of the short ,natural impe are numerous., Wool hats, morocco shoes, :{;

fflioarcta, seemed to be a realization our cotton planters are rcjoi::- :' diments of this line are already sion of the shores of the Tlieabrap rivers, de.Gentlemens'. 'j.

oT the delightful l i- ing in the prospect of large crops removed, others are rapidly disappearing causes: few harbours to be found. fine shoes & both,* !I-l:

m aa'ninp3--the visionarydescriptions and the rest, in the The points for defence are 0- Coarse:; shoes, cotton bagging, :

--of the tales in ..lJfammoflPoialehere.has\ COMMUNICATED opini l u of the board, will ere cracock, and Albemarle and Saddles and bridles,
J long be! overcome. Pantico Sounds Ladies' Saddles.. s
Beaufort N c.Cape .
the AnbHUI1Ights.. been raised ,
in the neighborhoodof Now A Ifs'AdDmelsortment v
the
works
.
.vhich
would Fear River of
Georgetown ..
this place a potatoej measuring preserve this line of j Harbour ; Hardware & Cutlery. 'f'
Bank of commons- Santee River and :
The England 29 inches
in 16 inches
length, catioif from north to south, would I B\ul.8 Bay, Charleston, St. Helena Eon' ,pieces, c as tengs'ass'id.
.
dividend in
declared of circumference .and
has a weighing also protect the mouths' of the; I Sound, Broad River: or Port Cross cut saws,.pitt .saws, ,
four per cent for the last six 120 ounces. ? coroniuiiications from east to Royal' Roads, Savannah and the troy, G erman.and blistered steel, .

months. At the meeting of -- west, as will be evident: when, mouth of Savannah River.-. Weeding hoes, axes, :

the proprietors held for this From the Batttihort American.TiiE the advantage of fortifying particular Th rice to the south no survey, Cut nails, assorted sizes, ,, -

purpose, the overaor stated hlri'Uttl' vk' liUtlii : points comes to be shown. have been made. The Gulf of .Brads, Carpenters tools, J

that the branch banks rees Ot' i.ri[ Vtta. U1" fl'J., i I T o take one example among i Mexico' frontier resembles the .. extensive, fJt Assortment of ti.

Cnt11 'ah1i 1Ied are not to .u L 14'bNLL: u: '1'H .:iLl\- many, the security of the mouth l last in character. It is distinguished a
BOAitU. of the Chesapeake 'Bay, wouldat m mmUBJ
I however, by one
tdfance on very ;
security
.. money
Tina: document occnpies morethan once preserve the cOI.Dmerce.from important feature-that abouteighttenths

merchandize. In reply to ,two ttalire ia i ges oi' the lw a- north to loathtto enth e! of the whole territory -" AMONG..THEM, ,. _'.

question whether the rate uuiiai Intelligencer, in sinaii i Eismal; Swamp to the head of of the U. S. is, in one sense Choice old Madeira< wine, .' 'a f 'ii.

discount was to be alter- type. A very general abstract: the, Chesapeake, and that whichis 1 tributary to it.--Pensacola, Per- Jamaica rum, Cogniac brac'dyr-) ;:

id, he stated "that it was not 01*its contents is ail that our limits I- carried down all the rivers dide Bay,.and New Orleans are Holland gin, apple brandy, ..

J his duty to answer on thatJubject. t allow us to give* which empty into it, as the the :important points. The cost Whiskey, retailing molasses, \ '..._..

It was also staled it is prefaced oy some remarks James; the York, the Rappahanr for New Orleans, and the. .'.Deltaof Prime pork, mackerel, .. ._ ;

thatso far from- having reduced oii the necessity of a system nock, the Potomac, the Susque- the' Mississippi 4 will. be $1)- Ground allum salt, ,. .

, circulation, the m- oi"general defence, more han<
, a- especially from the obnoxious+ The sea coast cf the U. ,S. The 'Board. 'recot11mend.also, I Brown. tugar,' coffee, ; tf. .
ffloanthad been '
. increased, d 1, position relation which exVendi 330 miles is dfcYiUed d [ Old'hyson tea ,,
we occupy, in l. floating; f young hyioa tea'5 ,- : :'
tnd.j98! this_ Ear.3,Otto,0J- io the arbitrary gut
i pounds more "than the last 1 Europe.. .;.he; means oi dcfea C the' North Eastern, extending fications which they hare recommended Ginger, 'al spiceJ'; ''."'

11eAr. are i presented m lour ciassca: from Nov! Scotia to Cape Cod ; ; into thr classes_ .fin Assortment of 4 .

a Navy- -Fortifications j interiorCoinciunicatioiis the! Middle, from Cajie Cod; .t o more 'or' J less necessary, a .

I MEXICO.By by laud,and water Jape Hatteras ; the Southern, therefore hot requiring to be all 1 IIODlES.j '

1 the brig Apasil|' Capt. and a Keguiar Army, aiid l from Hattaras to (,'ape Sable ; completed'at once. 1 We postpone ': Paints and oil, putty, .
Mwsicott in well organized Miiitia' The and the Gulf of Mexico Frontier, for the Window glasg'' : .
twenty daysfrom present, some comparisons ;.glass ware all d.
Vera Cruz,, information :- Navy must be provided with establishments from Sable to the mouth of Sabine of the'cost of the present Crockery, 'assorted, r ,

from Mexico' is received for building and repair river. Of these sections mode of defence, 'and that recommended Setts tea China, Liverpool ware,' -
rendezvous and the board enumerate the i Stone
refuge. Pos here ; ajso some ware, ,
to t 26th u It. We learn Fortiticaiio.is must close<<: ihe harbors i 'tio is to be fortified and the advantages Hf cresting.considerations ,hi regt And a variety of.other Articles

.totally that the, Congress against aa cneuij ; prove of each. :d'to Pensacola and that dis- which cannot be now particu _

Panama opened!; ses- him from estabiuaug himself on he north eastern section is l11Ct of:oar maritiniie, 'frontier. la! ,ed. ,All lOr.hich--haywj( ..

J1911.at Acapulco, on the 4th the territory ; cover the great characterized by its ,serrated or been bought in New York, at. ",

of September, and in a few cities ; prevent stir avenues of coast, numerous harbors, and From the Alexandria Gazette. Auction Sales) will be sold: at

fajs adjourned .,fur the interior' nevi ;3tiwi from being' dense fogs. On the Eastern naIfof RELIGIOUS COURTSHIP.A moderate. prices for cash. ,

of continuing its delij purpose blockaded. at their entrance into i this coast,these, and the intricacies yofing gentleman hap- L., & M.-A. 'Arn istead. '. .,

the ocean cover. the coastwise of its navigation,_not only pening to sit church ,in Nov. 23 I82-i5--ff. .
j ratioiisin ..ia.cubaya.wheie fit alew .,. _
interior '
it navigation aud protect the navai secure an ..communica -
was expect "d all the de- establishments' interior communications I tion) but.l protect it from an ebe- adjoining .Oin, which :m I.W 7' / ,
Hberi and ; sat a young lady for whom 9r
nL'iiiisters, or a- must be provided, my. The remainder is less he FROM the. subscriber, living

entsfroth foreign,. powe % in order to bring the necessary broken, but contains several excellent conceived most sudden i in _Jackson County,: on the 23d '. _..
biuld assemble.The supplies to the stations and harbors harbors. On this j P art and violent Pasionwasw de- ult..a 'negrcTman named 'BILL,' -.i:
facilitate the of the maratime frontier the irons of entering intoourtship a about :
Mexicap Congress openM conceptration .25 or,;30 years of age, Very ._
Hi session on -fourteenth of military force, and preserve Board recommend the fortification c on the spot ; but dark complexion and. speaks' ,: 41'1 i

September, ,. vi ttb great forma ll- domestic commerce, unimpaired of Mount Desert Island, P ethe place' not suiting a formal quick, 5. feet 8. ,or) 10 inches. "

lh t and ever] evidence of happinejs -by war. .The army nob cot Bay, the /Sheep's Cut t, declaration, the exigency high.. The subscriber will pay

+ aid rejoicing was.evinced and militia* together. with the Kennebeck River, Portland I, ',of the case' suggested t .

*J the people, on the interesting arine, are the. vital principles Portsmouth, Gloucester, Beverly [ prose

Kanon. The, Congress 'was of the whole. The Board cn, Salem. Marblehead, Boston, following plan} .: said negro, ..'"'

tacossiDg the propriety of l lay- sho\Vs' the mutual conuexion and ;(the additional defences of which He politely handed. his' Wm. Mc Ntsa Irv.:- .
-
eganadditiona t duly,on all cot- dependence of all these ; that last, are estimated. at. $1,279- fair: neighbor a .Bible, open h ?fov. 25th-45-St.' .. ; ... t

J tot Unen goods, particularly l without the navy, the defence.becomes ; 429J) Plymouth 'md Province- with a pin stuck in the: following .1 ,

.r which it' was feared merely passive ; without l town t. text-2d epistle of _&Jlfltl1G@Jjp" '

esuld be' eijtirely prohibited, interior communications,the Tfie coast between Cap. Cod, John, verse ,5tJ1Antl, er, : ,.
intefldinfitn
.J\tt.:) .:1d, the *Jaw 4 go s .: into opera,. sayy wants supplies, and the fortifications and Cape Hatteras, has fewer no.I. beseech- thee, lady>' TH.ESUbs is. '-basines! offers, ,

.. reinforcements : andib harbours/ than the last,. anti pr not as though I.,,Tote"a:ne.w for sale' his:, stock, whole or ..
.&L'1,1wre Cae f without fortifications_ the rcipaUl'san! shore, It is.distinguished } '
:
!!!f ... '. i.l. l1" commandment. 'unto thee hut, part, an /\V.j ) :make a'handsomediscount
i "'r-- & "' "-V oavy mast be naked:111'scatter-. -, also. by' its milder climate ,, ,from rtJle lowest prices \, = r
!A 'AlA ; 4 ed. With.ourfh rbo -,fitiG d and that which'we' > rs clearer
.JlII k e atmosphere, in this place, for cash: or in exchange ,> _
*
'Ji> : enemy' would. be ',unable to b Ytier\/dePth :and. magnitude of beginning, that 'WE love oneanqtber. .for:produce. To those: '

,, Ar. ,- r.Oy.g: -', -"Ai... enforce.a strict' blockade-, our its bays, and:. sounds, and ,thtle'ngthjof ." :She returned, if s Who'purchase':to the, ,amount-of"; :- -
t.- LI.J navy would.therefore, neither be I the' deep tide .pointing to the following- '100 ./ ,
navigation $ :or upwards--and :will! likewise > '
.ht..,..CD3tSeqGen beenm ce.9f an.er. r-a ;needed ,for:, !their' defence, in'the,- rivers. The important ir :rid chap,of.Ruth, tOth Verse:', commence,' selling: ,.at, ,auction ., .
: r.
,
adei ..
.. the date Df be:confined within, station rh '
lc tiOl' nor : our, waters 'requiring scrutiny Then s tjelfp p Bet face, on Tuesday the ,int._
'ctJ.Pnb: withdrawn! af by) a hostile forcewhile' a Martha's. -Vineyard Sound, ,and. bowed: herselfita; the and coatinue;.eeeq-orber altiQ, ,
hlttt 'U d;nothav ; ; '
.i been instead of the Buzzard's, fc < a-t. .
Baying .
atto New yr c
lah Bedford
< enemy' Bay ..., lots l tpsait'pufcitesers: for icaslr%
.
overed ,
t'Ottildr llldruatu :
'Until 1 $ twAs. .
many oar doors in the last the : / hiTt ,.\
tr, 'p'ap as
rs : war, Narraganset,, (a station of :. x on delivery, :1 :. .', .
f1'ire: : 'publish. )t contest would! be transferred. why.haveiviitipiina,: :grace 1- 1"
: great consequence, .s. being! the < ,AlmV.1 .-Russell jr. > _
'
the 'ocean,,and the.interi or'commerce -; only one on:the coast.'accessible. thine' a ee.tltttt: thouitiouldsttake ; 1 'Noy.. 'mm.'" *** ,. _...Vf"., : .
: !::Cali i end1.: White.. ; ,:of .. .24th-4-tf.. ,.... ': .,'."" : _
e leU :Jfthe. cauate. ; *arauointerr with ;north west. windj and: ai i knowledge, me,a ,. I -
r o C C Col. 1 It: opted. And it1 is,.another commanding- the great. IE ward .ing i ;.*i am;a strangerrcturaed l': ..H & ; taW N .

ttiilA.d.. tb.e, 4t.h Jane,. :advantijge'of'naval war,':that \the curve.'of..,|hc. coast. from, Cape .'. + ." the book, :pointing .Attorney. .0 .aud: CoiTnstUorat: :: 4

a ,kPU l I.I sit cd 1 n,the D: Ititt Jo> of life J r';l Iesi7' and the hanJship" -, Cod t'to Hatteras,) Stbnlngton, to' the"12th ,verse :o( the 3depMe.'of .: L P racticcsi9 the. Couptletvpf Lath; -, V" .

!... :etre, ._ ii". he b1 ; and Disease Jejjf se'erc..confines. .-' GardhieV'-Bay, New-toiidqn,' 'Jphn i : & % WI lleoir ,,GadidfQkioii. :, :\ -,," ,
' tatY n, '.; Th :to ttt .=hq-ev, r. :and Ne? :Haven. .Nen York r ; .. : f.,,:' ';" r
: and Hit .
1)) .. I', ,many_:things; to write, untoyou residence. /I"_ 1 :> .r
JE. nlr.,b p .- it,i .ell'Q 5; { ;will(require additional.,defences; .1': ,' rtr; <:thrCitC;.if Tilla busee. f.'- -
f" 1-1onge"C: !ra U" : : ; : :i rt ant .to,:',tlu, amount' of '$ ;!O1.,"4":' >: W odBot4: write,-with "...... ."'.. ,. '. ... -. '- ,'.'.. 't..: .;.' ;>..10"..; .

. .' Tetro 9f'ihe fri objectsy" vcpntinTi62thevboEray! .;to'ierrelKaJ ;The: : Delaware 'Bay; to the ajnpunf r, paper .sect,i k.f: but rI:, trust, i .B.aJI'I.' :. .;;-). '" ," .' riLv r\*' K

"..;' ill ant g l'vo1j'} . qs I b 9 btauie b r='t ti ese 'u ter pr :; rj f;,.:$81 fi QpaIn the. .to come. unto-you, and<'speak' Executed L n vitii ;neatpen .ni: u",.;.: Mir

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i ICounty Georgia ;the : iiwij< stfjlii i pft';: :theiI1t J :
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-w t I 4\\ ':."/\.i-/. : ::.' r'1 llownfnegroes. : : tY.-oPTal1ahass4' *"" 1'.* Etutr 21 1' v&sii t \ J iJor i- ,t,< i t 'tti:'out)'on l h 11a see; inform hose :.wh "'iashencfseasftdTahaSd: -

L : :.;" ', : ."t',1 t< .' ., 'crn1. ;, .g .,,the-cU. Richard; or 0:t;XUcn T .:&: ,CO, ., "i :il heikbtoftue: f4th Instant, ,he ibteresteci', -- ,, that'the, ,bfece V** ,**-if'J&is45oow! '-.v-. ffopen -mel'tdian.. oj'.,....,"Or...c .th.r'l' ; '. _,___ ,
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en Mricanahuut forty years i : made, for therectiohan4 .adjustment o.rtb''t :
-i ; 'f P. n sayellosyiiegro, spare < :Jh "fjaar :. j
.: Of age,. five, feet ,7, or 8inches_ ;:<: ;t. L anat1geftb' about 24tor. 25 years ,of, age, ofeetGftOr 'claimh,'".risitk un>- : : .

,I' ,. 1 high ..spare: made, some;' teeth Nor.; 16'l826--4---4f.' _.I' 7 incheshigh, has a detthe* act of Congress, '.p'- !ohefttile} t"l:4f} JmiWfithfeDc -S- t.'t

T I out in froat,. branded on both VC : -j s topp'ageJn his sptech1and is I.proved the 22d .day 44pril,, Y"4 soSp|._ ,.It:>,'
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"
, : sides, of his face_ il* .Mi; .H hardo ufltcrstandhe will probably 1826., :Every; person" (lii g\t. thence'west > ..
The Subjinribers.received seyeii jj iiI
S avail himself of the benefit(
',
AO@m( I make the. best of his way : _
south
; Eat, just from JV. Orleans -, this miis'l make I to,a point n.: ,
know
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;act, his .
for St. will also *
19 20 _
country born about:' or Augustine. J.J _
by theiPdpJcct Schooner. claim I by delivering; 'noiiceln: : jte. e' otrt4 : 4 .ft"J
; years old, about five'feet'7 :or 8 5 -i' *jrV _r i_ gi'efi1t y dollars for the ppre ' 'i @ hennion and safe of the writing to the R giste.-ilw.bi bi
inches high, a little yellow complected. : delivery \
Tillaiu who aided) and assisted net, mut particularly ,designatethe '
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; 105 I '
1.h'H. supijrfine hour,
4 .t. section oriVaclionSuquarter .' 'to :attend : : f ; r
320 bushels. Liverpool salVin in getting him out of prison. quartet '. ,at. tke" .,"' _
m D AT t WM. CAMERON, "section, which; claims.A .; T Tallahassee' / onT-' -, '
Bulk ; :
I sacks and in : Ir
a yellow negro, about forty years 20 bbl prim Pork Sheriff Leon County Florida quarter section i is understood! \2l sinst. at 8': lckf :

of age, about, six feet high as -; 6 hhds N. Q.Molssrs j _Tallahassee, October 4t 10 consist of,one' fourth part: o!-! vided,with a goodi .tl__ rtIJ

: well as recollected, some teeth j' an entire"sectivn, aud not, of two: : ther ._ IJIi
15 k -ts assorted Nails. :By thf President o.lthc U. State .suitable, insfr m
out in fro t/white eyes, a rough eighth parts of different ,sections -, : five d f ,
5 kegs Tobticco, ls'ratinsJfqrl&
N pf law I John
pursuance ,
the jO- or two halves of _
and '
shoe-mailer plays on i. difiVr0 .
Window glass: ; in whole and Quincy Adams, President ,ofthe ent sections. One I cutting out r ,ro cl1i

lin.Fifty half boxes, U. States of America: doht'l'eby quarter dpiUr) I J lahassee tot.. -Mkj '-'
dollars will be for .lId twenty-five cents acre / ,
paid per
Scotch bagging Vbaje Rope. ,
proclaim If make known linquents will 1 be m ad- s
will be from eactrcfa'i- ,
Monday, being delivered, in any With a variety of other .articles ihata public sale will be held at required the penalty; of ela\Y.H ', .1
in a tit, at me time making' his _
safejail i ia the United States, sot too numerous to be men ihe Land Office at Tallahassee, 1 G 'S' 4' : $))
cot! y. No. more than one'quar.- :
.... get him, and twenty five for tioned. S in West Florida, on the third James Cameron: 1

each of the others : and if delivered For salt low for cash, by Monday in January, 1827, for' t section can be entered by any .Nathaniel 5 j-gg: _. _
individual. The and' HamltfMT. .
,1 to me, all reasonable charges J. Malony, & Co. the disposal of the Lands siitutrin sons) H.

::: will be paid. St. Maries.H. the District of Lands ,offered: overseers of.cti.1eis who.h 't Chamberltijijj;,
not made improvements Daniel |
Wiggins?
\, I fear some evil disposed person P. Brandin, & (iO. for sale at Tallahassee, and i in I distinct and epe'att' Sec.6..nd. ; | .'
1. independent o. e'il' j"i
has given them forged .5'' Tallahatsee.September the townships hereafter designated -
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passes. those made fathers That 't 1,
all
'. viz bytheir or nac, e ,- jibiebwhite .
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: All masters of vessels are S 29 t45 '
.. employers,. will not be enjiflqa" le3-beteiit, tSr '
cautioned Fractional townships No. 1 I ,, )
against employing or '
said L. Quin, U" Co. and 3 noi'th of.Range No. 2, to pre-emptions: All claiitis ;:. sixteen: : and roit3q\\
I taking away ,negroes.iCp must be supported by the testi- si dents:for 3aysJf4.'
vs. } west. ninety
The St. Herald
: Augustine of
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Savannah Georgian, and J. ?. D. Byrum, fc Co. Fractional township no. 2, k iiiony disinitrestedwithesses one or more credible nr county i !;: bij >rJtoM! |

I BY writ of attachment to the north of Range no. 2, west. whose' all able bodied male'slaves:
Milledgeville Recorder, will evidence must be in
given
6'uperior Court of Gadsdeoi cou Fractional townships no. 2 per same and '
age residencefl f
publish the above twice a month son, before the Register and Receiver
ly Fall Term 182o.-This is togive and :*, north of range no. 3 wes --S subject to; work yon th!? "
: for three months, if not directed I notice that I have the or taken in the form ofa
by Fractional township no. 2 roads and in .h
5 highways
to discontinue it and for deposilion.'before I1ICh
ot -
sooner justice (
it-quest of the Plaintiffs agent and 3, north of range no. 4, ty. ; i :,;
ward their counts to me at let ied the said writ of alUchvnent west. the ipeace and duly. cer.tified.- S t .tif

Clinton, Jones Q unty, Georgia, upon the defendants interest Fractional township no. !, To enti le the claimant, to the Nov. _9, 1826.4$4S .

I for in an'd to ""five Boxes and I north of range no. 5, west. light bf pre-e lptiQt', the'fo.i* s; ;.
pavraeut.HENRY fuels iGe Extract from :
lowing must establish tieCpof (
I MASH. threr trunks, supposell con Fractional township no. 3,

/ Nov. 11, 1826-44-ttra3m. tain Merchan.iizc, also, on one north of range no. 5, west. ed. Ui: that he or she was the the .Secretary, tlf ffie|ti|

-af Ban, Box of bonnets .: foundt'4- Fractional Townships no. 5 head ofa family, or twenty-one: : sury to the Receiyerlltlie ; tf...

; 50 Dollars Jtewa'rd.AN the houst' of Ma). James A and 3, north of range no. H west. years of ugc or upwards, on the 11 l : money:, dated, 'tke2eb.

i-,, A WAY from the sub, \Vooten-this 16th Sept. 1826. Except the Fractional sections; 1st day of January, 18-25.--2d, j Ii. 1626. I <:'tlt l

: 11) cnberon the 'night of thf S Wm. Cameron, on the-Georgia line.] that he or she did on or before 5 I t)

Marshal M. F. Including the 1st day of January, 18l5, "In addition to 1 lpe ti
.19th June last, a bright D. v. couty adjacent "
very inhabit he 'bills of the Bas I1
Actually and cultivate the
II to the of inc .
Mulatto fellow, namedCHARLES September 29 6r town Qu ) :
quarter section of land which .he United titates_ 'and its'. Brai<
S Also, townships no. 3, 4 and
(Florida Land or she may claim. 3d, that the .\\ hich are receivable inuliN.
Agency.An 5, north of Ranges 9, 10, 11,12;
said claimant has not removedYonr mcnts"lO the U. .Sneys tates, \ .l
office for the purchase 3, and4, west, including the .

about twenty years old, about I and sale of lands fis opened at L Chipola country., and'purl of the this "fl'r1', tory., \Vhen.the receivable. for- publj
applicant claims the : I n Florida are as [ojld"s.rI:;
as legal
five feet ten inches high, one of I Tallahassee. Holmes Creek settlement. representative '

his upper fore teeth out,, some it is known that the rich landsin Also, fractional sections no. of 80.H\ previous' t io'tcs of iheincordrde.1'n : .

freckles and moles on his facr, Florida are well adapted to 5 ,3,7,8.4 10, 1 11 L 14, 15, 11, 18, settler, this additional fact must' i Boston, City ofii'PhiladelpliaBaltLfflOre '.

dark hatr.t1d a timid'count- the culture of those great staples ; ; 2i..33: l 7, ,28, CD, .)0, and 31, be proven. 1 / ':
The office will be closed Columbia, -Richtimnd J",:
t Dance, well dressed carried off a Sugarcane and Island in fractional\ township no. 2, on5ttL '

'. shot gun, he expectedtq.pas5, Cotton-That sea : oiih. frang.-. ; ,--C'1I t.mi.. 1tMondayin January next, Carolina. a, ? U'l.

t for. ,.w-Uitc III alIt ana I am of .getUenfenL'ho.visif : fractional sections no. 3, 24, 25, aftc.' 'which no claim will be rctf 'Jeans'xandpermission1 A1LamlTitS S '

opinion was conveyed off by not',- this country with a view to i 'If<;, 35 and 36, in fractional ceived. ; 'Lu r CeiC 1b" .

he will endeavor to get to East )erinaient settlement, labor under : township no. 3, north of Ran r :K. K. Call, of local S or state ban.ks.i'S !''f.(..

Florida : many:: disadvantages in .the : I t ft in force, pro dtd, thajjbanks.pa
any person securing 4, east, lill of which fractional' G. Vi Ward.Mr .
: said fellow purchase, or of lands s'peciei,; for 'their.crl ;'
in location
any safe j jail, or ; sections are bcunded by the lake yq4tM. tt
which it is believed :,.; :; '. ( derjindand; are oiherjjg ,
: de ivmng him to me in Crawford mightbe obviated :Mickaiuke.jThesae. \V. :; 5- 5' \
G. S
:. ; by this bifice.i .. : Ward Register* good cretUf. For the 'Iufotion"
county Georgia, shall receive ;*' ; 4( to commence witit'the the Lnd Office Tatlahassee : '

:, '.." the above reward with liberal It is the, intention' of the' >..undersigned' lowest number of section I, is here bynotifiedthat.1 a: claim 'the,.,. l of'purchasers'lands each'Rei iverilIintone o(' :.

expences.Wm. to bVprepared: with] iownship, and range, and'' to pro -
; right of pr mptiotl .10' the i iquarter in ,hisi Dii
y B. Hammack special information relative to' ,:erd, in the order designated ini i newspaper :
: No.
-section
-
the i' i his Proclamation. a list, ofthe,.de 1 >C 'i.Pli.| -- {L9r
for Joseph Iteese. quantity! and exU'of the No. L
; : Township Range which. he is.herebyauthit(
k N. most valuable lands which The lands reserved!! by law for. -Ki''t
B. the said : ,
No. Land S
mulatto fellow may -- in the Western receive and hew LII
? ,
; .. \ f .
the of
use schools, or for other .:f *
be : : :
offered TJi
vas heard of on the Ocklockony foresale by the I .governmeijrrior District of, Florida. A. B.' in. like manner- of ny'cE!
'riffr, in the Dei mdlvlduals.Dooks purposes, and the fractional. sec- Fork S
r1hourhood by .
&c.
; iof and..Whiskey which occasional v-Ir
ons bounded by the ,, may ,...,,.
Georgia 5- -
Thomas Adams about the' 't first ivFll hftnnp.nfid. for the I 1.iLace. !
: But
J.tN.
; --- -j- "' ;'-- ;-"\ ---- ine, will be excluded from salt : HAMLKN.Oerfor m.aU-sqcb'pUDI.

": of Septt'm oer. R gisteriio1mayb8 ( all J Restates vf hich I Given under my hand, 'at the sale at StfMarks; tipus he i .will'siale/ibal.L.r-; :.
October 6. ;
4t committed to the charge ..' l fpr the accohiniodat5bn\of,
.
..l
city of Washington, this 40 Si-prime Pork, ..

R I of said"offibevithfdrafts. and descriptions 24th day of May, AD. ), 20 prime'AVhiskey, v chasers1; .? the locara'nil'Stal'ejT l '.
JI I t) i :-special examinations 1826. -- '2000 Ihs prime Bacon; ; oles l herein et uWeratedtpresent ",

will be made in all if deem rfceiva*'ble-jf i is':] '
: WRITTEN Proposals will cases 1- John Quincy Adams.By It) bhls. Flour. ,,

be Received by me at Suvvanna ednecessary. .. '", : the President.George 30Q bushels Yellow Corn, -v. 9Iet.t l t..Ip.a: mc.n.ts; .bem ,

The be \ ..i ecie i or thtsnJJjei-pf. \_ Kof
jsaidfoffice will .
Ferry on or before the 1st of prepared Graham 50 casks assprted'Nails from: J.'

I ,December to attend all business- 3d. to 30d. ,. '- ,, thVlJ.State- \and 1 is'1"S .
for
the .
6 1826 : Commissioner
ofihe
pirpose.f latjve to the General 30 bbls.: N. O. : ;, and}hat,'((--. -- :f t ir
rnishingFreshB'eefio the U.,, perfect; tcomple-! Lan .-()ffic.e. prime Sugar:, 'of tli'e-lucal' : 'Stat :

States' Troops ti 1ed. at, that tipri adjustment .of]land claims. :t) sacks, Havana,green Coffee, ny notes -- tot 2- -. -1 I'
10 do. 5t.' : may becliJsany ; ,, ii
-to all DoniingoCuffe #;
business'appertaining tothe
place, ,and such Indians as sre : [ N otice.DEPARTMENT S time ; wihoUrV( preitice'vjt V
.,J'employed"by the'Government donation or pre-emption laws 5' bBls. ./'each and. Apple. 4
at
the I' OF STATE S Brandy, -w ill';b5'well| "iP tr\b: 1
: ':JSu\vannee. I passed by Congress of the .' .
i 50 sacks" 'Salt h;a v j.p a.yJTt! s Lt6vidhernselyes *[&?* ?$
Horaonony -1'
United 4f i
The b will be the best the States, for the benefit of July 14, 11820. i.i '
$
:
15 bhls. of Nosl 1 2. and .3" :
Market affords well butchered the early settlers: ,in. Florida- To' obviate'the. risk: and delay, ,Mackerel. ., notrs* cJ' 'ihej bauT lof4tKe%

I &c. &c.. and .delivered. in such ,and to eyerv description of business i- incident to the return :of ,theBank r S. bbls.. of prime
quantities as may be. agreed on. -,I'.9 relating I td a general l > .J. -, -da"'ency. 1 :'Notes from. :this .Depart I-: .5 do mess.> eef,- for' family !against), 'any, h Jlg tJ

J. B.; SHAW; u. 4st. .. -f> ment, riot receivable atthetre I- r use, I le, found. prCpe.tl; i iPj

,.,_. Coms'ry of Sub. Maps'of the public ]lands which sury of the U. States, in .p' y- 10 bbls. prime N.O*'Molasses.- Ifl9S, f iocairS4.i0 :: ; .

-Nov.. 4744St,:' were offered'in jJ-ay 125'and. 1 ment for patent rights, all ::'per i TOGETHER WITH \ hani ..'noteforle2

2S .,... ,-" ., .. of those J lately advertised for sons desirous'of taking oiif Patents ; t Ivan five:dollarVi. } rb :!t
II
-4 '
.-, ";"jo"r.! I" ) ,litt t F8: t. 1. .sale; by the government, can atall are requested to transmit, Soap, sperm le tallow- candles': ,I nor: any' 'that, is not: pa ;:

w 'au, ;'' times ,j>e ,procured. with ''their. applications, ch sperm oil, whale ditto, 1i9.- ."'I, demand... ,. ..., ':: $. :4d.:,

xSauttiorisedto, act as my agent, Letters addressed 1 notes or.drafts chorkolate, young hyson: gunpowder -,I' ',;<>0' .5-. '.lj"lCua"'u'' "..
'dariag ':'abseucetroth (post paid U) as they may know, ,:.. .' .... '- .
my this, to Richard C.. Allen or be advised and imperial.teaj. in Ca'd* ;; i .:1'f .'. '
tplace.v. H d vs, loaTsugar wtler shot and .. j .. .Rp.lf-.:
4 1ahass6e 'Florida ; ''
.. '. \viIlbe,attended [ :: : ; S .1). _u,1 y..'15.. .J.1'.,., .
: -LIDMUNIYTCCXER. -' "f' l "''madeira1 .. ; ,',
rliiditi iealCOfliaCbrandy .
- ,: """' V' : -
to7 August19. -S .
i
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...
No '. IS 1826. tr' .. 101'l. I .. l' 'I.: --5-.r- ; ,
-4 te'nejriff: m&laga;: cluret winesV C m -
__ d S.- v ; \
.. -_ __ '._. "i C .nen. &: CofJufyMaie' -I. '
::----- ( \ .' '* Storage; at St. Maries.' I holland_ guif Jamaica !unini :r w t t st .tf" '1

". :., POa: 1SALE : '.,i is!) and ,american cij ars,",'castjngs ; -I_ .:" : h .,s.uTt\P..jfj: r =! l 1

.i :...30: References, :jusi jExcelleny I"H'E subscribers has'eye&n: t- ;' ,!.irrman: ; d steed l.i,' plough' :;on t-be: ,50th 'rji'bre5-L-i. '
4 batW'prhneork: : 1 erected a large and conitoodious '-Cr: '! .
-, 'it..O d.'h... ..,. vWn-P./rDuy ljCpl. :Robert Ware > : u/ould?,, frying\ pans, shovels and I, na..p-l. .. -.: ** w y';'"f; ...

? ,, t"f eJ' Butler! .,.. GoJ. .Jjmiefc. Gadsden. House at St.p_ 'spade7sVad% .iro- has, shoes '
1. .# ; .. ": ; 5 Marks s", | ;.. ;
- :; Ao _(10.: N-vjbad,. ,.. Geiieal B, K..C and are: nowvpreparecl t -, domesticsrsciv -- ; .- 0' Uti'.G.'. Sahn'j
:. : !: :-' ?.t !llMajorBenj4 / receive 5.s,|. .:.toperas9 f'allujn ,- -j- .i ,,; t .

boxes S1i3dr1es- ,. I .cJt tr TallaKassQe! ., T- goods on-- .storage ;&thYcharges : } *,\ st'arch.* ;": J\p'.of; Whichihey; : if'fe t '9 :iri'ht!!. "
will be IS.
V
z ,. 1 pipe Cogaiac: braVdy, .ronathanliohinsonEsq.! ,Gads! moderate, ':and.the ,oftci(;: for *aieIowfur:1 Cash '&ply.t.'Miks ::: t1"j'l' r, hr' t e'r.'abf? !Sh .- '5OiIAVtCflCh -

i ..r, I1; case & l bale{ 'Dry Goods den I strictest, attention paid t'o the' '. 5' : i'5 ]f6s.tf.Jackson. nd h :: J'f1l 5
: i coyunfyr:5ainiicijRv OyertonPensacola. receh'ingand ,&Vpt; .. J. ..,!; ... .... { '' '
-i .. pieces' Cotton Bagging, i: *.. '.4. consigned. delivering ot"an I)? r .:. ; -=:: ". .1. J > ''nt1).d:; t()1; .nr r : %: .!

,,:;,Y .50..sa KI Salt, 'I"; .--'-- .. ,Jt '. They will also 1'.tQ lm! S I1 'I h :t.'O. \ k .' .ill ,;

: receive and sellat
.. 4rWds, 'B ': 1.by',. i>Ii.\ .t ngi' t ,.J '
acoii NOTI E. Coirnsel1oi'at
.
3 ; S. .t small co missionsar; goods, .:::4uoey : Jl1 4wS i ,. .. :l
bbls. Hams 'Ji 'J: "l. 't
,5r Mrk'
by URI-NG, absence, from Cotton :w-7iLI.rpi.tice.: inf thCon b-' ?
my or produce 1'1
John '-& Ft1anrhrotherT.M.B4'FO1tD t ; *thitmay. ."be' ,. .< .. \. : 'i' ... ,Lt n.J1, .'tt. "
Malony Co entrusted to them S :;: Hrl for. 1eonsGansdr: } ; "!f'f_ : 1.; '..'> '' !'f '-
'; : I' :'I> ;r : '$
.:S '' Nov.. S, 1826.-tf.. S f ) UXj: agent, and. N. B. A large assortrnent- ofgoods and .''\::Rrsresicenc: :: i.: :1, .October215 r.r.-$. "-'-
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fully authorised i (attend 'to al1Lusineisinwhic'hI4 '* iiiiheCity'f; Tl1abt; l : t '1'-. ... ", '
: and > --
t ... l 4 : i *k provision kepi p!i.; ;, ;,., ..;. _i ;...1", .,.,.;...'.?1w :?..! :' ",, :o ." .. ,, "'' '. J, .
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: PRINTING : iaf'be' in any itnntjy! on hand, and' 'told : ';' "' "- ', .I. I" '": ', :DR. :.. .:. .. 9' ,
i- very : l :, ,
,, interested..,; low for .; | ., _, ;\ .. :\"trr ,'- eJ ,
'Execut way ,: cash S \' E1.:,*" r'B' 'tiAi.S-. I RSt t I "
ledSptitli jjeatnesganj: -' : tiP JJ
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b -B. II. Bradfurd. 'J., Ir N .. ttirc f nTa.MtessandtiuiidiBl'cer' f .
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