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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: December 8, 1826
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 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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oclc - 08804854
notis - AKP8643
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Succeeded by: Florida advocate (Tallahassee, Fla.)

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i in advance.Idvertiiements or subjects are subjected. the direct trade between Den- Aaxicut .
But it i is un de, stood that this 12. .
inserted at the article mark and the West India Colonies This Convention .
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dues include ap- I V
dollar for (every not the coast- ofHit Danish Majesty, but, proved and -ratified '.
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insertion, and fifty cent for the parties Colonies is greed that whatever and with'. theadvice. and ,consent. \ '
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respectively, according can.. be lawfully' imported of (
continuence. I the Senate''thereof, and by;Hi*
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Advertisement will be cqntiiraed BY AUTHORITY. I laws., own separate into or exported- from the slid_ Majesty the King of Denmark; .

until forbid, unless otherwise By M President of the United AUTICLE colonies, in vessels of one party and the,'ratifications, shall be exchanged {.
Slates S. I from or to the; of the United l'
ports
in
the city of ,
rfared and charged acpordLZlI. Copenhagen .
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agret that .i.
$ %Fm States or from or to the within
: (c LjULVHEREAS whatever kind of produce eight months, from
manufacture of other
-- ports any foreign coin- the date of the signature hereof .

im (Q) r \ of Friendship, a General, Corn Convention foreign country or 'merchandise, '(an be,of from ah), _try TTH.U::,&.. may.L iuc_ ,name__in_ _like uuiies u, _manner_ ,ana. ,'cnar-.and- or sooner W AD laitti,., _if-.possible.,hertol"Wt. -, _the. ",'- : : 5'V __

I.V THE TOVfN' OF nierci and Navigation, between. time to tjipe-' lawfully'imported ges, applicable to vessel and"car. Plenipotentiaries of, the V

aI1rpcLaUti Q .ihcJJnited States of America', io the United States, in vessels go, be imported into or exported I United States of AmtriI. r
and his Majesty the King of belonging wholly to the'citizens from },
the said Colonies in
be- ca, and of his Danish
having Mar .
undersigned Denmark thereof, be also \ :

was concluded *nd may imported in vesiels\ of the other
of thenorthwest party. jesty, have signed and I. V
the proprietors signed at vessels wholly ;
boale Washington on the belonging to the ARTICLE 7. .
quarter" of section 2
: by Henry ; that The U ailed States anJ His Done in ,
Codr,i; township five, range e-.,, Clay, Secretary of State of the 110 hjgher or other duties, upon Danish Majesty triplicate: at the i.
mutually of \\
agree City
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north and': west in Jackspn lmted Stales ') the of the tonnage of the vessel ashingtpn, u V _
Jeren < n part the or her that, no higher ''Or other duties, the or...
twenty-sixth'
day .
County, desif laying oi a tpwn tfhiled States, and Peter Peder- cargu shall be levied and collected charges or taxes of kind .. ,;;\
.any April, in the of
thereon tobe'called ChtpolaTbt '?,- ':seri; Minister Resident from whether the importation be shall e levied in the territoriesor V Lord, one thousand year out'V ".

town will be laid on into Denmark, on the part qf Denmark made in the vessels of the one i dominions of either party, hundred and eight V V ;

convenient size on a life respective Plenipotentiaries Country or of the other. Ana\ twenty-sir, VV -T..
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lots of ; : upo!. any personal property money in the fiftieth year of the .'
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in
pablick square, and streets run- of the two powers the like manrr, that whatever or effects, of their respective V Independence'of the United V

parallel and at right angles ; andfwherea the said convention I kind of produce, manufacture citizens or subjects, on the States of America.

tin and! f;exposed to sale on the third has been duly and respectively or merchandize, of any foreign removal of the same from their H. CLAY", -!'

Iond< in December next: onthe ratified by me, by'- and_\\ ith the country, can be, from time territories or dominions reciprocally PT PEDERSEN. V
y advice and consent of the Senate to time, lawfully imported into I
I either upon the inheri- NOW, THEHEFORhbe'uknown p
premises.The I of the United Slates, and by the dominions of the King of tance of such f V V
that I John ,
tel filS of sale will be one property money Quincy A-
Denmark
His in
: Majesty the King of Den- the vessels thereof effects !
or or otherwise, than are dams, President of the United
credit the .
arid two years purchaseS mark, and th. ratifications of thr (with the exception hereafter or shall be in each ,
payable States have caused the said Convention
bond and :.
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giving approv- have been mentioned l in the sixth ariicle.1 "
exchaneed... on_ '
'Iate, the same when be
'O- u ) upon removed to made public to the {
security.' the tenth day of August last at may be also imporled ia vessels by a citizen or subject of end that the same and V ','

1 he town ofChipola as propseJ the City of Copenhagen, by John of the United States and that such State respectively. clause and article thereof) every V .1

to be laid off is near the Rainals Consul of the United no higher or other duties upon ARTICLE 8. be observed and fulfilled', with may

centre Jackson County, one ofte Slates on the pan of the United the tonnage of the vessel or her To make more effectual the good faith'by the United StatesV:; V ,
and flourish- States, and 'ount cargo, shall be levied and collected V .
most populous Schimelntann, protection which the United and the citizens thereof.In I

counties in the Territory ; Minister of Foreign Affairs ofHis whether the importation Slate and Hi Danish Majesty, witness whereof, I have V

farroanded by a rich and.fertile Majesty the King of Den be made in vessels of the one shall afford in future, to the navigation ... hereunto set my.hand, and 1

country, and situated in that mark, on the part of Denmark, country or of the other. And and commerce of their caused the seal of the 'V ':

part of the county known by the whch Convention is in the they further agree, that whatever respective citizens and subject, United Slates to be affix' "
words following, to wit t may be lawfully exported or re-
JChipola settlements ; not more they agree mutually to receive ed.Done. V -
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(tiaafour: or file miles from a General Convention of Friendship exported from the one country and admit Consuls and Vice at the City of Wash' V

poi at on' the Chipola river, to'hchit Commerce and JVucigatfem -I in its own vessels, to any foreign Consuls, in all the ports open to ington, this fourteenth V '

muy be made navigable between the United States country, may, in like manner, be foreign commerce, who shall enjoy day of October, in the -;

with a small of America and His Majesty the exported or re-exported, the in them all the righu, privileges -I IJ year of ...our Lord, one .
very -
expense ; vessels of the
other cqUnlry.And .- J and immunities of V
(and not more than seven miles King of Denmark.The .the' i .tM the thousand_ eight hundred .
aam > ft i-eer t"titnr- -o..ou Imt-VftrVUni1w. iif the -- *roTt .. the .. :t
United ,
tales of America ; '!"' %y-uT4fcIl45f :
from the j
natural and
bridge on said drawbacks shall be allowed '
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most favored eachlon- ',
Cation -V
: Independence: the l"P: : : ;-. ,
anvLhis Majesty ,the, King of ;:: .
liver where boats can come at and cuUt-ctedt wheihei such -: .
DVtiinark, being desirous to exportation tractinir arty, howcvj.rernaiti'. tedSt testljefiftfirsr. '-, : ;,
lma&t' .aayeaon.. makeh... or re-exportation be ing -!. _{(rexct't thoise' JOHN' .'
ti.ULUI "' --- -- Air'dU FWt ch1cn1biiappily .
-.b- 1'----' :srj.s or rUtnmtrA.-'N r shaTThigher ; mission anl" resIdOTnvw Jt V '
thy ana watered by a number of : prevail bc-iwrrn the two or other charges of any Consuls may not seem C.OI1YCDI-. Secretary of State. _
streams in the neighborhood nations anti l extend] the
springs, to com- Kind be imposed, in the ports of ent. \

well calculated for Miercial) relations which subsisi one party, Oft vessels of the o- ARTICLE 9. Mr. Clay to Mr. Pedersen. )'

working any kind of machinery, netween their respective 1 erri- iher, than are, or shall b* paya- In order that the Consuls aid Department of State, .

nchas saw and grist mills. The lories and People! have agreed : ble in the same ports by native Vice Consuls of the contracting Washington, April 25, 1826.- ... .,-
have no hesitation inlaying to fix, in a manner clear and positive -i vessels. the The undersigned V V
proprietors parties, may enjoy rights, I Secretary V
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that it is the most eligible the rules which shall in I .A-TJTT......--! v- ,.L._. privileges 9- 'immuouici' fllCO L" L I' of State of the United State, by V
seat both future be observed between theotic .No other duties them their direction of the President thereof
place for the county higher or belong to by public
wit respects locality and situa- and the other party, by shall be: imposed on the importation character, they shall, before entering has the honor to state to Mr.' V V

tion ; they ha\ e no doubt that icans of a General l Convention into the United Slates oT on the exercise of their i Pedersen, Minister Resident of 1

ftecounty seat will be eventu- of Friendship, Commerce and any article, the produce or man- functions, rxhibit theircomwis- His Majesty the ting of Den' .

iJlj located that Navigation. With that objtct. ufaci- re of the Dominions of hisMajeslylhe sion or patent in due form to the monk, that it would have been V V "
spot.-
upon the President of the United of Denmark which the Government V
Governmeit they to
King ; to are satisfactory
And should it be the
case, they
States of Anicrica has conferred and no higher or oilier duiies accredited,!; and having obtained of the tfnited Stales, if Mr. Pedersen V ':;

pledge themselves to contributepart full powers on Henry Clay, their shall be imposed on the importation their rxeqlatur, which shall be had been charged with :
of of the sale ,
the proceeds eoretary of t>tate, and His Majesty into the l said dominionsof granted grhi.,they shall be held instructions _in the negotiation, :
tf the lots to the improvementof the King of Denmark, has article all which terminated .
any the produce or and considered as such by bas just to
town. Commissioners will conferred like powers on Peter manufacture of the U. Slates, the authorities, magistrates and treat of the .indemnities to citizens ..

le appointed of probity and edersen, his Privy Counsellor than are, or shall be, payable on inhabitants in the Consular district of the IiiitedJutes, in ,

forth to superintend the ]laying :, Legation{ and Minister Resident the like articles, being the pro4vcr in which they reside.. consequence of the seizure, detention -. -. -

tffand selling;' the lots. There near the said Slates, Knight or manufacture of any cither ARTICLE 10. and condemnation of ,_
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lno part of Florida that holds of the anneborg, who, after having foreign ounu y. Nor shall It is likewise agreed, that tht. their property, in the ports of hia .

tot greater inducements to the exchanged their said full any higher or other duties or Consuls and persons attached to Danish Majesty: But as'he has -

capitalist than the Chipofa coun- powers, found to he in due and charges be imposed in either of their necessary service: they not no instructions to that'effect the

try. Wo only wi-h the public proper forrnr. have agreed to, the the two countries, on the exportation being natives of the couatry in undersigned is directed, at and V :;

examine and judge for them- following articles. of any articles to the Unite which the Consul resides, shallbe before proceeding to the signature V V .-..-.

Ie I res. ARTICLE.. 1. States, or to the dominionsof exempt from all public service of the Treaty of Friendship,' VV., -

DAVID THOMAS. The contracting parties, desiring his Majesty the King of Denmark and also fom all kind of Commerce and Navigation, on .

WM.J.WTSON to live in peace and harmony respectively, thansuch as taxes, imposts and I contributions which they have agreed, expli- ; .

L. M. STONE.Nor. with all the other nations are, or may be, payable on the except those "vhich they citly' to declare, that the omission V V # :

o.: the earth, by means of a policy exportation of the like articles I shall be obliged to piy, on account .to provide for those indemnities ..... .
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1826 1 45-tf. '
1- -_ frank aad equally. friendly to any other foreign COlin try. of commerce, or' their properly : is not hereafter to be in.V : ; :,

N l2 with ,all, engage, mutually, not Nor shall any prohibition be imposed to which inhabitants, na: terpreted ,as a waiver or aban l

1 fair price will be paid for a to grant any particular favor to on the exportation or importation tive and foreign, ,of the countryin donment of them by the Government V -

tty. thousand'; weight of : other nations, in respect of commerce of any articles, the ; which such Consuls reside, oCtht tfnited States, which. .. ..-
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good and navigation, which in the is firmly' h'- ., .
nfed PORK delivered : produce or manufacture of the are subject, being pjry thins; on contrary re. V V .
:. on shall not immediately become laws oftl ed to in pursuit of
wot at : United States, or of the domini besides subject 40t le persevere
Tallahassee, on the 1st common to the other party, who HS of his Majesty the King ,of e respective St.tes.The. ; archives them, nntil they stall be finally .

January neit. None need shall enjoy the same freely, if the Denmark, toorfrom1 the 1I.!14 papers ofjthe; Consulate arranged upon principles of equity V .. V f-

, JPPijr! unless their pork hs been "concession were freely I made, or ritories of the United Stales"t'I, or shall be respected inviolably and justice. And to guard _

rrom the mass and fatten- un allowin'tltesame compensation to or from the said dominions and under no pretext< what against any misconception of the" I V :

ed with corn only. Enquire of if the concession were con- which shall not equally extend to everi, shall magistrate seize, fact of-the silence of the treaty; V -V ,r V

wcprinter ditional. r all other n iiohs. or in any way interfere with in'the above particular, or of thc : "_::: V

Nov. $, 1816-43-tf. t ARTICLE1 ARTICLE 5. them. --S t views of'-the. -American.Govern V -" _: 1/ ; V

lia The contracting parties being Neither the vessels of the U- '..' IICI.E'; :.11.II i< ment, the undersigned ,requests V V -

9.EMAN: likewise desirous of placing the nited States nor their cargoes I The.p'eaii'rCYe1ti fl shall I that.Mr. Pedcrser. ,.will transmit V V .''

J ON1'1NUEthe of practi Commerce and Navigation ol( shall, when they pass the Sound I be in ,force for ten yet.j's from the1r : this .official' declaration" utcr; the. :. V V
Medicine "
, Xl1ahasee in the City oi their respective countries on the or th'e Belts, pay higher other date hereof, and furth?, ,until the Government of D uma., k.' Ahe 0., V( t: '

"fo1lnd ,be will atalltimes liberal basis of perfect equality duties than those which are or end of one year after either: of .- avails, nimself' ofJ his o calion'I| V

'Dn.tLst at his' residence (on the and reciprocity, mutually agree, may be paid, by the most,favored.I the contracting ,parlies: } liall I (tottenden, to _Mr. Pederienf.asurances. *-,.',. .

'juare.) When corner of th'eCapitol I that the, citizens subjects oeach' nation. have giv|'n ;notice loathe;oilier I '.' ,of. *'his .duunguishc V" -'. I .l

&i',1.1 not, en P'ofesbusiness. may frequent' all (he. co its i 4aTIcE6. its intention: to, terittinate tF\,e V "coasidhatioD.. V V :: V ;,
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-: TalkhassiA. and countries the other, (with -The present:_Con vention.shall I same : each .of the ,contractingparlies ; V H, CLAY. 1 ;. I I V
'_ 24th---tf. itself the The Chevalier PBtftAsEN, VV: .
the'exception hereafterproided not apply to the .. o" theln'pos.. ,- reserving to ,

, .Q. W. 4 forin, thesixth'article,) and' reside sessions-of'Hifc Majesty the King;, righlQfgivi I irig ,such notice, to M iutcr, wii. $nt_'from-.. Uo t J u.rL' ',. I .
FOWLER, ,aud,trade there in all kinds of Denmark that. is 50 :say,* Iceland the other,' at the erid-f.fiht'. said <<' S i.V V "'
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-7 herewith, to .acknowledge. haying during siege, ; bkxes rrith .t un '
>< .. rccrived. 19 r. Clay's ofiiciul J. I require a'detail'ot', ,the_ 'difficulties met with.pictnw in' vale .ca" 'Y.' '.OD:a fflVlng at of \ : Dafionil! nf&.t on,7 r.
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_: note ot' liiisMajr, declaratory di and dangers which, he had The reason'of it the, the;Capitol,it'wa" ,,carried.,upoa translation: of: the Arnr.r :ttu"
{ ... the advanced claims against daily and' hourly to meet ; such ed : while she wa s', a'kand- err ow into. ,the House of : BihU5 to be

; Denmark, not. ]being waived ,on a'detail k.-9uld..not be proper .at her father one_ ,day. Ripreitntativasby two., ,of the executed, b1.a com patent; DQIQ...

i ',; the -part' of the Unit d 5tates, 'J)" this' time, nor is it necessary<<( form her turning over the messengers, R hre'b_ y means of I ber from orperson.each State, one of t o be'ltakil!

i the Cun' n'. un agreed: upon S ,-ami to make it. An opinion seems library- seek for the new patent' machine' for o- the t/nion- i : :;

:-> about to be signed l, which note to prevail with_ many, that a a bf- them : He abruptly P shin t.voluminous documents, it and tg be appointed, by.the Pre;&!
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hr, as requested, will transmit fleer may do himself much honor from her, and told was speedily unrolled. The the dric&t1
to his Govcrnniftit.k.nd! he avails and acquire great fame, vere tone of voice, clerk belan"the reading ef it exactly .,and consent of the Senate l! Higi'. J
: then
himself this occasion lo who'pOisesles little more than were in the books, de at noon, and continued un- Excellency proceeds to,;'

rcocwo :1r. Clay assurances ol daring courage & bodily strew i th. would strap g le. her if .tillO P. M. when a motion to give an account of the comefct 1i
j consid'ation.P. of the Untied Mates
his disunguishi-d for
This may happen with an inferior to touch them. ]' adjourn P re wailed. At 12 o'clock .the) ,1 Uf

the Hon. .HENRY PEDERSK.Y.To CLAY, s officer, a Colonel of a Regiment menaces, which are yesterdny the reading was resumed year of all; the which articles detailed statttneuti' :..,

of Slate 9f the or even a General of a mon with parents, and the House remained exported ,grade t
.. + Secretary United State. I Brigade, who acts always under duce injurious In se' slion untill 11 P. M. when imported at each port, and th est;;

u .....-."..__.1 I the orders of a superior, and cannot afterwards be i it djoumed.Ve" understand respective prices, and the. tog...t'
;;;o.- has no occasion to think for him Pliny, who was as that the clerk has got nearly halftbrougti nage of the vessels In which the-':"
.iL 1I d1 N if o wire carried, together with thi
self. But the CommanJer-in- he was eloquent, his interestiig .ocu-
-- of the officers and
--- Chicf of in difficult there is .such an tent and a reasonable belief is' names rE teamen
From the Louisville Ken.) PuJiicAdvertiser. an army, a ,
.I ( of such vessels their
,
and complicated service, must tween the horse entertained, that with a little ages aid-
cool head that if the former extra exertion, he may be able places of birth ; and likewise. -a
GEN. ADAIR &. GEN. JACK- possess a calculating P history of the. rise and r
SON. a vigorous mind, a J rapidity of the latter has just to finish it on Saturday ni g ht.-- P ogress i
: of the funded debt of the'
Ltut
t fI
numbness in his We have been favored with a (
The late denunciation in the reasoning, with clear perceptions a I States together with the
,
:* Ricuraoad Whig, that Gen. Adair that will bring him at once prevents him from brief abstract of its contents* of the holders and the i amo names Dt:
conclusions which he is :from"hich well as from what
to as "
Commander
was the actual upon 1 each receives :
act-for time with him From the Fayettevitle we heard in the House of Representatives quarterly T1 e
in Chief, to whose superior mind ready to I remaining subjects of the
and 4i commanding spirit," the is often all important 1 -aud from JNT1 IP. '/ I we are satisfied, that, are-the circulating medif.tt-f
life I The last number i iI in wisdom and length it sage
ability, ,
.. nation was indebted for the me- I my experience through I examination of the :
orable defence of New Orleans, believe there are fewer sash Folio contains an is at least equal to any of its I urn -an quetff
I hon whether the ''i'
:. induced a respected citizen of thus highly qu ilified, to distinguish .under this head. predecessors. The following is manufactures, be the agriculture most ; .t:
this address Gen. Adair themselves at the head of : wishes to chock believed to be correct synopsisof btue/;;
\ te
,
place
ficial to nation the
on the subject. The letter of an army, than to fill any otier, I ders a prevalent and this important State Paper. the a Greek ;drama mijti&laws ) ;
vii in the of .after the usual felicitationsupon ; wiilT;
."'.. the gentleman referred to, and station in any government-jet length observations the :
the re Pfound'aelow.1 of Gen. A will be such qualifications alone, ever t. ry and forensic ; the prosper_ ul state. of the in on morality:

': As the statement did, and ever will enable aCoro- D1 sea.Y ofsatire,- ex country, and the increasing, tions plays for general the establishment; recomlie nda.:

of theVhig were copied into mander..in-Chief, to acquire inordinate tendency, strength of the Confederacy, and national dentist in each o f".
.: fame and perform emi lowing humorous a just tribute of gratitude to our principal;
/ many of our public pap.ers, it is great and for ;'
to be hoped they vrill imitate the nent services ; and it would be, public proceedings; ancestors, the founders of the town cultivation, of the a bounty on th$

\ honorable and magnanimous con- unjust and illiberal to deny tGeq. hence. .If any l Republic, in the course which cies ef lettuce &c.improved&c.. j
'" \ dnct of Gea. Adair, by giving Jackson the possession of plication, they will the President introduces a sonnet whole with Th,

\ publicity to his formal renuncia. these qualifications In truth, raillery for the sake i composed by himself for the in concluding a for prayer tlifti!

1\ lion of the laurels which were it was the prompt and firm dis- After some i occasion, the message proceedsto twentY welfare-,Four pages of the, _

\t to be torn; from.the brows .f pfay of these qualities, that inspired .the writer proceedsu a detailed survey, first of the general and for the particular country>

;s Jackson and placed on his. Gen. the raw and untrained u were my Union in general ; second, ofeachState of individual in it.prosperity, i i7'he

/ A. states that he did not arrive 1 materials of which his army twits few evenings since, in the Union ; and every preceding i is a asl.|;

at New' Orleans until the 3d of composed, with confidence andresolution in the newspapers third, of each county in every outline of the priacipal very fca4

/. January, and that *the line of de- to resist, successfully, deliberative body State, with geographical and ty lure of this valuable ,'..'
the tremendous assault of the adjourn after statistical tables under each meisag&
and the ,
was nearly finished,
fence We have only _time to add, that
(, veteran of the invaders.Respectfully months debate head the number of
.
men at their posts. He also army showing bears throughout the, tin i eu'
p
.. speaks I of Gen. J. (as possessing your obedient a certain important births, marriages and deaths during of its excellent authors universal l

'jL "a cool l, calculating[ head, a vi- servant, the alleged reason the past: year, and the occupation philanthropy, microscopic capacity s

Av\ gt o root s mind, &c.) in terms JOHN ADAIR. 1 poning an act of le trade or calli g of every and panoramic 1 earning-' .
\
which demonstrate that he isiacajjabla WORDEN POPE, Esq. ceisary to thousands person in the United States.Ppssinir .-
; After this comes a report.oft
':\ _____ only three or four \ then, by a happy "transi [
\ 1 of beng influenced by case of assault and l battery,isilPhiladelphia .
prejudice, or the artful attemptsof ANTIPATHIES.Astrolosers session remained, tion, from facts philosophy. the court in .,,1856vhich

I others to induce him to do inI : who *pretend the J three or four s P ,i President favors Congress with \ is supposed to=- occ4 P;

I justice to a brother..3oldier._ =- can explain every thing, altho' ,made, instead of a I a treatise on political economy, sik weeks. Then( the proceedings
, t Under an ''the -circumstances-- The 1 siIdomKnow-a apiing; assert 'b ad bEen prepared. I shewing the origin, growth, and of Congress of the 14thj

: t the opinions Gen. Adair ex ressI that that natural feeling of mortified with this ., present theory of that "nevertpbesufficiently ban'only
Pi
1'<:lll-ifJIo.. r UI "f .._ _.... I _1.l'b .hays ford'1 of one of. the : ] : 'e '''- May, 1757, from which! we
, l --h ""' -... T.. .."'..1..D antipathy men m vat science
a.aW. ;
'. ., ;ul-tV-nftT.--s c. 1I;;: I -u.- r < .nr Uiujjii c "r- 'I.....' ....-,.f+U. --. .s room for the following e f tr
the mind. ; try-iueniTart.! rhw tw6" iF"cor ors :1 omldflllpIes. -- -
public Tnyseirv conflicting systems l Th
'Louis ille, Sept. 29, 1826. persons born under the same influences I sombre, an antici p 1'I This point ef the mesa o e .r house then proceedefk

DEAR SIR-'Many considerations will have a mutual de- oils likely to come occupies I only about one hundredand a the order of the day, on thege
induce'me sire of each other the discredit neral appropriation bill ;. tht
to obtrude this approaching re P fifty pages,, and is a fair specimen '
letter upon 1 you. I solicit you, and will l feel a reciprocal regard tutions are likely] to of the author's talent for vuestion being on the motion- -/oq

t as briefly as you shall choose, to without knowing why-in the prevailing P condensation. Then comes an :.i I Gen.: Sharpe, of Temiessef_ ,

lei me know your opinion of the the same manner that others will this state of mind, .I essay on codification, In which ageneral (which our readers.may. ..remea-,
merits of Gen. Jackson hate each other without of her was made ,on the .twentieiof
for his any ort reverie, in view of the theory of '
defence of New Orleans, in the motive, because they happen} to all consciousness laws is prefixed to -. .pious ac- December last, and so p 1? -

late war, as well as his claims be born under opposite,, cots J unc- things, and fancied count of Ieeil: t..' ,.,, from that of ed by a speech of two weeks)

upon the West and the Union: at tions. But will they account p rted to the era of the def" 6\Je td the presenter strike out the appropriation /tIj(

large, for those services. .I am for the antipathiesvhch great ty, the theatre of ,, ., interspersed with sketches lighting a third lamp i in, ]frant'{

aware of the importance of this men have had for thingi., the most ration. I believed of tha history ofman, and biographical the President's I house, thee k:

request, and that it will be reluctantly common ? Many instances, which 1856 had arrived, notices of the principal I of which if successful, woulile.:

granted-but, impelled cannot be rationally x P lathed. number of the .\ : codifiers, in all ages of the to reduce the number of I lafflfi

as I ate, from considerations of might be mentioned. Lamothe gencer of that year \ world, from Moses down to Jeremy to two. Mr. Spinner of Mas

: justice to a distinguished citizen, Levayer could not en are the pen before me, Bentham. After this follows )- chusetts, continued hiss p facia'

free from !party motives, I hope sound of any instrument, and yet detail of b I a disquisition 1 on the influence g ainst the motion, and araocfi-.
that will he experienced the State documents. ther matters, argued, with. ,
,- you give me an answer, most exquisite of the moon upon the ware
as convenience willpermit. I pleasure in the ofthunder.C of anal vigor and vivacity, tbattk
soon as your lioise appearance the p ous currents of the earth, showing i I I
sar could not hear with i question was intimately conned-
me some sue p her effect upon 1 the tides of.!
I am, sir, with sentiments tf the crowlig of the cock without had discarded the p the ocean, the sap of trees, and ed with those great national

high regard, your obedient servant shuddering. The Lord Chan- paper shape, and the blood of the human frame, terests the whale fishery andtfc
cellor Bacon fell into which growth of cotton, and happily$
a swoon we now see causing each to ascend : with
luded to the first emblelD"orunion
VVORDEN POPE. whenever there was an eclipse '
paper hangings, : some conjectures respecting her
Gen JOHN ADAIR. of the moon., -Mary de ;1i ell i 's tained about influence the of of the States presentrfij
upon 1 course public -
hat common article an oil la>n i
could not endure the sight of a much as at present. opinion ; concludin grecotrtmendation with a ,_ ,-
fiercer County, Oct. 15, 1823.DEAR rose, not even in painting, altlio' mows increase of to Congress to this was the fourth day oSpinner's ,.bf: t.

Si'*-Owing to an absence she was fond of other kinds of I soon perceived, establish a grand thermometricalobsel'"atory speech, and the .
t
of ten days from home, I flowers. The duke d'Epernon, : by the. enlarged at which the heat seventh day of the debate,:Y,

yonrs of the 29th ult. was not received fainted at the sight of a' leveret. speeches, and other of the moon may be measured close. of which, however i .ft 11,,*t.

until last evening : and Marshal d'Albert was taken ill I. of the day. I fell 1 1 The 1 n subject of the messageis at a distance, as we )1e aro" 't6 f+

;:70' being now on the eve of setting at a public dinner on seeing the the contents with a speculation on the probability fort 3-three speeches are T.c:! .'

out on a journey Washita and attendants serve up a young wild of a quidnunc, to of the continuance of peace be delivered. d

New Orleans! I have but little boar or sucking pig.i Henry III. thirty "years ahead between this country and Mexico The writen then serioualyi' '

time_ for reflection or ecoIlec- could not remain'alone"'in a room sated ; but, as may followed) by a pretty elaborate commends the followingto ep .
tion on, the subject ol > onr let where there was. a cat. Ula- I, from the size of the ) treatise on the modern art avert the evil : .' ...:' :
ter. I will however dislaus King of Poland 'cr Suppose, for instance: ? .
injustice was uneasy dertaking seemed to of war, and .a comparison of it a.t
to Gen. Jackson, state, that all and fled at- the tight of apples. sy accoMplifhment. l with the aneieat system, together the lawyers were to meet. -y ;

his measures for the defence of Scaliger shuddered in e- the. mere glancing with some practical suggestions dopt som- such vote as ;tD_ t..


w j ., Mew Orleans, after 'I arrived 'very limb on beholding water tents, as the paper on the subject of ship lowing : s "R';

i there, were .well calculated tot crease Erasmus 'could not self and spread' building. This of the Whereas- the practice if .

. f.ir : 0 ensure' success- if success could smell fish without.beinj thrown occupied me the g message is accompanied portion with ing' long tpee;has in aJt_soie... ,

i': : be-hoped for, from the very> slen- into a fever. 'An Englishman an hour: The articJ eight volumes of documents cases, er'y _s'only ,to P roJ GT::
containing -
c1.il.-u: l inadequate means i,under once expired .from' the. .impression : editorial head were among other matters, a corporal l strength ef the?pe,.*i"J'

;; \f \ hifcHmna'id.: I did not reach that was :made! upon him_ by the first. objects of translation, by.the President, and has come to 'signify{,".... .'
-
f ... his camp until. the 3d ofJanuary, the.fift. -thrd:chapter of'Isaiah Some of them s Caesar's!; Commentaries with a. concerning" his mental)acs,..,.P -'

: r '.I at _which: time i his'line of defencewas :Cardinal Henry; de,Gardonna. fell extraordinary: and notes and_plates the whole, but m point of.fact a pej1judicially f t., t

f nearly finished, and hit,'mer' into a syncopeTrbm the'smell of impression on m the .executed on the jnterei,\a r
T a
of the united
{
h
.. at their 'had 'Ticbo Brache sank expense barb \}ierigthewrV4uwearying t!F
,- postsHe fought roses. : down am 'able to give i States. After which'i T 1
his first_ battle on the 23d D ec., from weakness on meeting, a should premise, t a.sketch of succeeds jurors ;'" 'titer fo

-i which although. .. victory* could 1 large.hare or a fox Car do bore date the. 10th ,translations of the Bible the. :principal Resolved 1 'That from!'a ..4':, ,
with
not claimed. on ,either i tide, could not bear eggs;' the Poet bar,-1856.- r d.is usion of the difficult, a ,the' first-day of Jar!!:a rr : ?;."

"....... wai i certainly of the r utmost; importance Ariasio, bat tss ': the son o'Cra''UIJte .- The. President. "tr ; Whether Se questien. whoever shall_ presuoje;',6
: _S tohim; fronUhe effects ) d ,; C ;sar.of L lc alias, Wednesday. the 1 ping er3ta were* dress th.e'court'''or. ,juryfger | ';.a,>:,

". r ..,.> T, ,it produced-'in his'owu :camp;*, .a the sound of c Y mbals. The causes sage from the P men actually_ an assembly in of, leaVned. << period: t.ban'ODe bo P r.O},:
,
number
". : ;.,,. well as 'on! the'.eneniv.To .. .. prYthese antipathies is.,sometimes House tffCongress' ( amounting: rose-, trial of ant cause,:.shiu be,,iu'
;, '' ,- 1 ; j venty, er a_ single l : individual J of std ell trt the. P
found in firstsensattons
I appreciate fully an'd fa.r Tmilitary the ed from the, 'E>< that ) e r an enemy
name. .
j The !
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". J {hit talents of ,A who ,. -Preaidentwe ion avd shall be.struck ;o
b displayed. I infeaoft. lady, waff a to the Capita t t4 a li | understand. inclines to the latter roll,cf attorner'. -

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.41k t4 } .'u .=-r.. \vrnt1e..1; ilion 1>y'the Contractor of 'sentiments, 'accept those' t>f ;-4T; oretu$1.e; re'. 'I, .. .',..... ,.... .""':'.1f..U''' : :'<" : ,,,..&:.. .,.,
-'- t"--. .L.,,. ',.. >> .. :the.1at loan,.;(amounting.; |o. goodwill: ,and .respect to c thai Cap,Dtde::of the'4th 105 eJ\'i :'"J'. ; :; -f. -8-; [ ..1"..i'J 'Y.t- ,.,
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t bsUppO'tiJZt .. or .
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VQ ; .: I voluntary'contributions of TH9iEFFE ON. < r le to:bctli, .(.
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41 J all the rhiibellness of E -.I .. .. M ; .
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The daring manner in which:the acquiesced itsjustice. : .tf ..7t.:;i..:>:--. >:'
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'1W111; BEAUTIFUL EXTRACT "* .. >... .1.. : "
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;H ii je I rope, inrluding those of .Florida. Indians have ,recentlyconducted ." :v. y.if'. -.. .
;; of town delicate child and : ;'J"'" .." :: ,'. 4 .
eration pale prematurely -s- ,
committees and for r : : ;
I torporations wise themselves, calls nmakzngthi commuai" "'. '.

, 3] Martinis ;\ioojlI-. _: _a r colleges and universities i- on a hot morning, was, that complaining the poor energetic measures, on' tKe:part cation, i can but: regret the ,: P. '

5****" ;,erei' i dislufu i'U 10i> --of classical Ladies dewdrop had been too hastily of:the 'government to drive them absence .of my colleague i ip .

quire!t and laudable bretherefore- and benevolent Princes-of snatched away, and not' allowed within proper bounds, and punish this, business, Capt. Daniel
i*% icituIlIity ::
to Ihis speeches ; I. Pi i if sts, Artists, Philosophers glitter on the..flowers, like other -' their daring' outrages. .To ..sup :E. 'Birch,. who were he pre.. .
them the Governor has used ..
vJ ,lrd, 'rhat he :)e recom- and tttl'sn1en-th happier dew drops, that press sent, 1 have no doubt would .
exertion i call out the .c
the to
;t ied 10 the eIe'l nu District.of I produce of benefit concerts, live the whole night -throngh, necccssary every fotc. cheerfulfy join in this expla- .

Cr1greiSlOJal and tiio collections of: charitV and sparkle in the moonlight, An has been sent nation of the transaction alluded .. .
.
to represent express .
: and 'the
perso:1 through morning, onwards ..
suitable
SLetter ".UOns ? to Pensacola requiring an addi- '. ,
Congress.V.
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the Ded: to noon-day. The sun, to.HEJWIYYOWGE.
;4iii tional force from that
I, regular '
said the child ahas chased them
York Truth Teller. Thomas ___.__ 1. .. 'I place, which may be expectedin Gadsden County, 2d Dee.'1826. :
; from Jefferson to
in nis neat, or swallowed ,it )4
f rht GltEEIS.t&ccfliflt the late Tliatcher them away a few days. In the mean. timewe .._-_1__ "' .111 _-- If' :
. TIlE Judge of up in his warmth. Soon = --I' '
has been pub- &Wasortcfaf//*, recently! published after came rain and a rainbow ; do not think any unnecessary Territory of Florida, / o ,-;,
The citizens -
of the amUl1lll uf COI1- : in the 1 :.:;lerj1 drgus. whereupon his father pointed alarm need prevail. the Leon County, t ,

.ed for the tjO'IS !SIR-l have read with there stand dew lert, they are generally well fore ,
thy drops gloriously John G.
me
and : Robinson .
collected: man 15-; armed, and can take the field at Jug
/tltt rircek: rommiUer.braces I .inicii, satisfaction the ser- re-set, a glittering jewelry moment's tice of the Peace for said Coan-
a warning.
b) } mmi of Mr. Pierpnnt, which iu the Heavens ; the clown ty, John McDowell who .J.f
do-
the snras piicedttrir ish Since writing the above, a second j
itL 1 foot tramples on them n. and
t have been kind poseth sayeth that he '
to held
-i and! f you so as has arrived from a
d'npt xpenjhv more. By this, my child, thou company note of hand on Bryan .. 'f
Callahan
ordi-r from f he send me, and am much Gadsden, numbering eighteen. ,
their art taught, that what withers on Senr. ef the State of :
Uneven* of 182S: to pleased with the spirit of earth blossoms again in Heaven." Montgomery for Georgia, : .
brotherly} forbearance in Thus the ..lrrived.at. St. Marks! County, seveu- i
middle of the pa-sent father spoke, and knewnot ty (our dollars, fifty cents bear. .
,
; ;5 It appeiw fro.'i tins.tenei" matters of religion, w hich it that he spoke prefiguring Nov. 29th, Packet Schooner ing date 28th Nov. 1825, and. .

jc! I.If W 'h z uhcr \-1 breathes, and the sound distinction words ; soon after, the delicate I Hope, Reilly, six/days.i horn payable two years after date, ,;,

Vans and fr ktU! it inculcates between child with the morning brightness I New Orleanx''wuh an as- as well as he recollects, and th. 1: ir

Lah fjiie,uS! from up to the I ihe things which belong to of his early wisdom, was inhaled sorted cajgoto John Malony note' has got lost, mlsterd or destroyed Departments) I like a dew drop m Hea & .
and which do C so' that the
it IJecemher, l'25: :alulling I u< judge, I deponemtcannot
|H t of Yen. I ,
hold of
iia1 not. If all Christian sects .. get tt. '
alt 1 239tui .. -
in' i to -: -TirRIAr- '''. --- Sworn :

l pir 9oOOl. sterling. The would rally to the sermon in ,... TO THE: PUBLIC. i fore me, this and 27th subscribed Dec. 182f.h&f', f'J ._
make t"
the mount that the
& out of this sum, -
'
iai:aruiitee, : DEO. a 28. JOHN McDOVVflLL. ,
eti.bSS f. to ie... Ruche central point of union in re- As one of the friends. of Test, I -, :

11t1 I i his family ; expended lijfioa; and the stamp of genuine The session of Legislative Cn1. Joseph M. \\ bite, recently JOHN G. ROBINSOft- ...r.. P a .,, aic ,
Christianity (since it Council engaged in a settlement .
,
1,1 t&6fin au attempt to es- commences on Monday -
all the of flf1vt Pah'r Alhii n C.. Pilr; of the differences be- .
arsenal. and gives us, precepts rn t
'j.! iisa .an aps '-V. M. W VXy* aa..flI M r 'I 's .A .1&- ; "l -
r'r":,' ._ J! _. __ .. ..I ..>> 1 I Q m"N t I _
11 I, if artillery ; (iliburs our (iulies io one anouierj; riam, -Rooert McKennon, Esq. 1 tw en him'nd Gen. Call I Tile sucstantial and. new Schoonerfteilly' I
f. and other lnai175UUOmnl'e why should we. further ask C-ol. Macon and Col. Dill, ;have can but regret that the terms I
i in clotning
In
l < )IPII
am* paid with the text of our sermon already arrived, the other members upon which that settlementwas }) I I <,
I IL : will, no doubt, be here oa Master, is DOW ready to L -f-
L l. jQffor the maintenance \v lat think( ye of Christ ? effected, has been so ::
f [ Sunday.It receive cargo, and will sail for i .
yJ J JTi1: education of five or six and if one should. answerS is expected much business much misunderstood, and the above port in a few days, for I ;

J i::ag ureeks ; besides o- is a member of the will be done during the session ; believing that the reputation freight or passage, having ctra- I

sit (kr iteihs which we have Godhead' au.olher. he is a the members appear disposed to of ("01.V hitn is likely to fortable accommodations, apply

.: enumerated The relief being of external preexistence make a general revision of our sustain an injury, from the to the Captain on board or to ; : .

0tP ; the committee du- ,' a. third he was a min: laws, which is loudly called for opinion that seems to prevail H.P.BRANDIN&co.7'c'Jlahassee.. i.I i.I '

fourth from almost every section of the in relation to them I I
inspired
a., ;taefir3t i six months of divinely. a f:

.:t t kp present year., amounted heVJ.S the Herald truths country.We feel it; >my dnty to make( suchan Dec. 7, 1826.. i I I :

t I lhe considerable sum of.reformatory of the religionsof explanation as will place lmAl '"- j l .
in
:
publish to-day'i papera : JTn... ,. !
551,S61f which.addeo. to mankind in general, btii communication of Col. Henry the matter in its true light, WILewjth"'-\ t- : 'constant'- C '. : '

)i.,f' Cue balance uf last ear, more immediately of that of Yonge, relative to the settle- before the community. in Tallahassee. employment he i

f Inistoft;ed their funds to 21,- his own countrymen, impressing ment Of the'diiFcI'CDOea.b..tw.6n. r- Cul.-1f.bit, )Pon hL! return must_be ofsteaclyhabjtsayidwell I
'.1 for about 29,1201. Them tUam. .with more sublime Geh. Call lUld Col. White. We I r to the territory, received -acquainted wUTrhivbu&iuess & .

i ''wxRhi wiiL11.e in and more worthy ideas have not permitted ourselves to a challenge from (en. to whom liberal wages: will" be ..

(} ich this fund u,u been of the supreme being, say any thing about this affair, Call, founded upon an article given. Enquire atthis offire. -
... .
disf posed of- tcachingjthem! the doctrineof 3 c*u e w@ considered it of a published by him in the Dec. 7, 1826.-46-tf! :

e f, fr. c. : a future state rewards private of nature which the; in public the are settlement but- Pensacola Gazette of the ,- -V __ u _, .-. -. ,

, RIP>'lenses connected and punishments, and incul- .little interested ; and could we 4th June, 1825, which challenge Notice is hereby Giveirj;

. w General Roes 72 cating the love of mankind : have consulted our own judg- was accepted, subsequent THAT the undersized will '
ctI / mission 2,626
/
I I Bah aoce of the first instead of the antisocial spirit ment, apart from our editorial to this time, but, previous make application to the County

, m!ission 8,368 74 with which the Jew duties, should have hesitated to the contemplated Court of Leon County, on the
giving publicity to the communi- first Monday in March next, -
I Mi second 80 viewed -other nations meeting
49,400 a proposition wa-
((1827)) for letters of administration
I of what "- -bJtt interest cation of Col. Yonge, as we dt made .
ExpiBill eases the 5d 38,114 31 right by the friends of (ien.
on the estate Daniel Mc- .
not believe it will be of
,fourth 29,736 15 has either of thes ff'*spon- vice. It is not only probable any ser, Call, for an adjustment of I Carty, late of said County, de- .
Miss
!'lion directed by claim the difference .
dents to preemineiYcefor The ceased.
but think almost certain that proposition
M:l. E'nard I we ,
Edu'PC cation of the 195,000 00 his dogma, and UHii.ping 1 : "jita/n Birch would not have coming from the JOHN MOOR.

'<>)ung Greeks 7,739 00 the judgment seat of God, .to I joinec[ ijje publication, had he challel.gt'l.va.. considered Dec. 2d,. 1826-4G-lawCw. : '

Exp>enses of Man- condemn all the others to been present ;. he could not have as a withdrawal of the challenge ,

a;eaeat 5,042 9 9liries his wrath ? In this case 1 done so, consistently with the I and that ('01. Whitewas ..#:.;tl..j... lit O.IAJ &f",1q:'ir, ....\..:....u,'Aoi):.:.n\u-! Ii.". ('oj IL\U o n"

3,266 60 say, with the wiser heathen settlement as published is to thereby _left in the atti- HAVE just received and are 0

6 deorum injuriae diis curac.' be regretted that the first para-I tude in which he would have now opening a general assortMit .
.
of the settlement
graph
e3S9,294 42 You me to consent stood, had the challengenot of
press
lab md with mention, if it were the fact, the I ..
the
Cf rption of ac-ex- to the publication of my withdrawal of Gen. C's letter to Have been given., and Dry Goods, Hardware and ,i .:

cc!unts since sentiments, and suppose that Pope, it would have prevented his friends at liberty to enter Groceries.: T

eeMi(I open-288,701 96 : they might have effect even difficulty, and Col. White's into a negocintion of the Hats, of a very superior quality, .

on Sectarian bigotry. But friends were very remiss in not matter, which they did, and Saddlery, boots, shoes & brogans i. )

727,966 28 : have they not the gospel ?-:- attending to it. in the investigation, they 5 hhds. hams ALSO and.bacon, j ..

A mong the donations of if they hear not that, and were informed that a part of 25 bbls. a
prime I
I pork,
ividuals, we find several the charities it teacheth. neither A cruel and cold-blooded mur- the communication of the 25 bbls. old whiskey _. :
I_
der of a man and four infant children -
:.Ur.iprin! are munificent and'cely. will they be persuaded, has recently been committed Colonel of the 4th June., was 12 kegs tobacco, :

M. Gabriel fcy- though one rose from the near the Ocilla river, about considered by Gen. Call as 24 kegs nails assorted, .

nan d I of Geneva, subscribed, dead. Such is the malignity twenty miles from this place, bya conveying a charge of cowardice IN STORE, '._

in! l 1825, the sum of :25OQuf ; of religious antipathies, party of Indians presumed to 'against him, to whichas 250 bushels salt,' /

(or6O about 10001. sterling) that although' the laws will belong to the Creek!: tribe. a man of honor he could 20 ps. Scotch bagging, &c. &c. '
which they will sell af the low
tad I\ M. Casniir Perrier, no longer permit them, with On Tuesday the 5th instant, not under any circumstances est market prices. I :I' '

()(DW (or 2-101 ;) and The fayoftheDukeofOrSans- Calvin, to burn those who they went to the house tf a Mr. submit. The friends of the, N. B. ihe subscribers. will ;
Carr shot Mr. Trueluck
Jffii : are not exactly to their creed, burned, the house a and butchered, Col. believing that nu such purchase, or make liberal ,advances !i I

lot wo benefactions, '.7\W pf., .they raise the hue and cry of four children. The mother of charge was intended by him, on cotton, entrust."d! totheir'care 1 %

Th(e amount collected"itomto Heresy !against them, place this family with her infant child, did- not' hesitate to withdrawthat to,ship'to N. OiIenz. ?

,douoh'I door by the tallies them under the Ban of pub- had.come to this place, thus for- communication,. and it Dec. 6th- -46-tf. I ,::' .

saris was iu the and shut them the fate. expressly understoodby -- .
first six lick opiuion, tunately escaping same was 'I I .

!nOt Iths of this year, 122- out from, all the kind ,affections This information was receivedon tbe friends of both"gentlemen N 1J1 jJg I ':: .
881the f. Tbe I Wednesday evening, when 15 that all offensive mat-
cOlum ttce. Jiy of society. must pray Some one of friends
,' my h3Y'i i
detailed.statement which permission therefore, to continue I. or 20 of our. citizens instantly ter bet ween,them were like- borrowed thu Edinburg Da I j .
for that c.
started Indians
.
1:1tL: hiavenot, room: to'insert, in quiet during the '.had J left the place.neighborhood The -; .wise' withdrawn, although itwould pos t ry., with the name of l cCliug'an o.,., i I '/

tns j in most instances to short time remaining. to me ; they have, been traced to theO, -: be only necessary to written
,'e made a judicious ap- and at a time ''when the afflictions cilia, but hot yet overtaken ., ,an 'state in the settlement. .the and not having thought pVo l er to ,
'
;piichi :.t loii-tif the means plac- of.the body weigh ; express was immediately ,teat to 'withdrawal( of the.: paper. of return. it, 'will now oblige 'the I '

#(td j jjter it its disposal.. Yet, af- .heavily enough, not' to; super Gad den,. aid yesterday 'thir 1- the' 4th,:J.une"th-af.beirig exclusively subscriber bv' leaving:: it at the

ill, what are'tbese means add tho which corrode the. 'five mount d men .from* that, :,tli subject of the office. of the' Florida. ( Intelligencer .. .... \.. ,. ; $ -

itclo;.tILted{ with the sum spirit also; and might .weaken county, passed through. thisplace'to controv' -. tiy. .. 'I i I .' .II. W. COLEM.W.. -.j : ."' ', .I

*i tl bl loans, ,and -u4UJfl.by. its .resignation,. to'..continue join, .the other party.-, ,* It is: due_ to Qol.. White to, -a-. s-- ... .... '. ,- : .. ,_ 4
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:At ,The,militia. for theIr. ,proifcptr '" : f.
4 that his .friends in k
,
'corprQ improv)4enc or :in:: a jOyless state 'oCbeing Del*.i in'turning:out upon thiff i oc say, making BLANKS. .I., ,..

rup ton in England \\:Tuy e' which:providerice'may casion, certainly'"4esecvyery ihissettleiebtbad' nottldjsawc Executed witk neatnt. *;<_tail_ r' ?;i' :' .,-f"
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item reij' ed as ciciii41.: yet d ltiQe'r t theic great'.credit- hi.- *:.autkwity'.for' :ri ;, .. .duptc. ftt ikii! .olt ".h ', ::' .1
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pursu.anceoflgW ..
; > cfiiil Sccretary. uf the J., Tea- JQTIOE ,_ ( !, : frqmfb ;:l. :'.c ii? : i.\t Shave
r ."' .'. ??-- ,. ; ---s ? *' :; 'IIERegisteriu4- -:i ; {flec li r; QuiBcy:.Adatrtjj.pident,of _J_- ) scr4crpn, t he;night. of:,t l he jWN:'_ / n".j

'''' .' .. .. : '.:l ry'Jif4 1t vc ri of Public Ir ;;< the U.' States "AmVrica, 'do '19th JuDe last brightMulatto '- < ;> -V-- -'
;
: : ';r t, tlie. L and.. ,Oflicc. ,..tTaliaflae ; avery; ,
; ';,;; S. :: : :..:,:;.;T. .. .moi eYdtl.l; d the 't2dIeb. !f" !, inform' '.those" who a>einterested hereby'proclaim W/: rnaEe'known. fellow"' ,. :na l.- edGHMttES- ,i i.W' .E .J'-t'.i...."-' !ij'fl' '' -:

.
..._.';>"..:_,- ,J';: : .. .'. ,ld26.. that the office t is DOW ,.that public.salt' will be,. held at bouse flOWQfferfrj; -'<
'. ., .'; ) 'ibr and i the 'Land Office at.,Tallah'as.ettiq. : lately occ p ed'6 \ ,
: : :: ,, tlln: additionto, specie and open. .... reception- adjustment .- West Florida, on the third .' ,, I Eodnortheast ;:
;
[ _, ,_ : the billh of the Banks of itic; o1claiinarisitg under ." [ : ; coe, : l v
Monday in January, 1837, for about old about public square, an :
the of twenty years extel1l'
act Congress

its' '
United :States:; and Branches. approved
:
which- receivable in all the22d day ,of April the disposal of the Lands situatein ,five feet ten inches high one of. elegant assortment or- -
.. : are
-
praynentst6theU.
>
the District of Lands offered hiV' .fore teeth .
. .. .; .;' ;:::"- ; Sutes>>, the moneys 182*. Every person wishing to upper cut, some coNslsT14ch: !:':;:
.. .. ; avail himself of the benefit oi for sale at Tallahassee, and in freckles and molts on his fact, London cloths
: receivable for public lands
and\\
i the townships hereafter designated dark hair ind timid caufo
a counteriance -
,
make know his
follows. The this act, must Cassinetts
in
: : lJorida.are : Flannels "
:: .. .
viz ,
n
: well dressed carried off.aallOt .
Banks cUiqa by delivering a notice in Coarse
\ : notes of the incorporated aria eheapgoodir-". ,
.. .: in Boston, City of Ne'w-ol'k, writing to the Register, in which Fractional townships No. 1 gun, he exptcted- pass 'br ...
; .. and 3 north of Range No. 2, tor,a white man, and I am of negroclotflg,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, disuici | ae mukt particularly designate Point blankets .
\ west opinion was conveyed off by rose bbnk-
I section orlrctiona onv
Columbia, Richmond, south tile quarter > White
I Fractional township no. 3, he will endeavor gel to East cotton cloth.8ttipef.. '
section which he claim}
Mew Orleans
Carolina, Georgia, quarter
\. north of Range no. 2, west. Florida, any person securing .Osnaburg and ickIenb I '.
But this I A section is understood
and Aiabama. quarter "
,
: .i Fractional townships no; 2 tat! fellow in any laCe jail, ot French &Italian sdks--c
:' permis-ion to receive the notes .o coruibi of one fourth part oi! -.
tnure'section and J, north of range no. 3 west. delivering bin to me in Crawford Calicoes, Cambrics. r
of local or state banks is only to an ind not ut'two
Fractioual township no. 2 county Georgia, shall rrceivt Jackonet muslin '
\ be in force, provided that those I eighth parts of uifierent sections mull mllr.;
T ; and 3, north of range no. 4, th .above reward with liberal Swiss muslin -
-
... banks specie for their nous or two halve of different ,
pay
w C St. CX1)eflCeS.Win. Book & Swiss
.. on demand and are otherwise in quarter sections. One dollar411d book ito.
Fractional township no. H. Hammack
.
.
Cassimere
good ..credit r"or. the information twenty-live cents per acre shawls,

if ,. of purchasers of public I will br required from each claimant north of'range no. 5, west.: for Jos"h: Re-ie. Flagg& bandannah k'kft.
Fractional. township no. 3,
lands each Receiver will publish at tut time of making 1mcntiy. 5 west. N B. tIle ')kid ruu t fel-ow I Ladies? Cloaks, genJeweIOfCamletand'tartan
north of'range no. .
in one newspaper in hs District Notnore than one quarter Fractional Townships no. 3 wa. heaid of on the v.c.icki nv !f p'! \

.' a list of the description of funds sectign can be tniere: by any and 3, north of range no. t' west. river, in the nei hoouriiood o1' Straw bonnets fine bats*, ,

which he is hereby authorized! 10 one indl\ ld1&31. Th suns and Except the Fractional sections Thomas Adams about the firstof Wool hats, morocco :shoes

; receive, and he will give notice overseers' of settlers who hav on the Georgia linfA.] September. Prunella di.Gentlemens'. '

in like manner of any change not made improvements sepe Including cou.ty adjacentto October 6. 4t fine shoes &b

which may occasionally take rat distinct and independent o, Coarse shoes
the town of Quincy. cotton bagg

,; plaoe. But in ill such publica those made by their fathers or Also, townships no. 3, 4 and The Hubscribtra. Saddles and bridles. nc'

: .." > 1: lions he will state that although employers, will not !be entitled 5, north Ranges 9, 10, 11,12, jt Ladies' Saddles.
"
_-J. Havejc received wV. Or-
: : for the accommodation of purchasers pre-emptions.. All claims 3, and \vest-including" the from JJ. Handsome
ltan. the Packet
the local and State Bank must be the testimony by &hQ.neT, .8$8O'rtmt7tt'J
1 : supported by Chipola country, and part of thy Hardware &
notes therein enumerated and at of one or mre crediblr Holmes Creek settlement. lIIcmlPlIi Cutlery

:s ": present receivable, it is desirable k disinterested witnesses, whose" fractional: Bowling pieces, casting sui''
Also sections 105 .
.. no. blis.! superfine: Lour, Cross
cutt
:i.., ', that payments be made in evidence must be given in per 2,3,7,8,' 10, 11, U, 15, IT, 18, 32l bushels Liverpool salt Iron saws, pitt saws, '
-:, 'specie, or the notes of the Bank son, before the Register and Receiver German and blistered,
;
.l{, 2,23, ;;7,28"9,30, and 31, in sacks and in Bulk, .
: ,.. of the U. States and its Branches or taken in the form ofa in fractional 2, Weeding hoes, axes,
township no. 20 bbl prime Pork,
and that, as the receipt of any deposition --bt-forr justice of I: north of range 4, east ; and 6 hhds N. O. MoUsses, Cut nails, assorted sizei

,: of the loca! "or State Bank the peace and duly certified. : fractional sections no. 3, 24, 25, 15 kegs assorted .. ails. Brads, Carpenters tools,

"-,.. Holes may be discontinued at ivo. euti-le the claimant- to -the. 26, 35 and 36, in fi action*' 5 l Itt-Ks Tobacco: An extensive Jlsicrtmtn of
; any time without previous notice light ot pre-emption, the following 3 of
north
township no. Range Window glas in whole and
it will bt well for those whc) facts must be establish 4, east, all of which fractional half boxes, a, m1W.'

have payments to make to pro ed. Ut, that he or she was the _,
::' sections are bounded by the lake Scotch bagging V hale Rope. AMONG THEM,
: vide themselves with specie, or head of'a family, or twenty-one Mickasuke. "
So With a variety of other arti- Choice old Madeira
wine
notes of the bank of the U. years of or upwards, on th ),
age
The with
sa'c to commence les too numerous to be mmlioned.
.- : States &r its branches, to guard I 1st day of .lanuaiy, 18:5.-2d, the lowest t number of section, JaMaicA-rum Holland Cogniac br nfr( ,

', '" ,against any change that may.be that, he or she did on or before S gin, apple brandy,
township, and range, and to 1>1'0.cc'd For salt low for cash by Whiskey
:" found proper in regard to I the 1st day of January, 18 % in the order designated: in J. Malbny & (1 O. retailing molasses,

the notes of local or Stale Banks actually inhabit and cultivate the this Proclamation. Prime pork, mackerel, ,\

J\o\ bank note for a less amount quarter section of land which h, Tic St. Mark*. Ground allum salt,
lands reserved lawforthe
S than five dollars is to be received, or :she may claim. 3d, that Unsaid use of schools, or by for other H. P. Bran din, & {.o.. Loaf sugar, lump sugar,

4 : nor any that is not payable on claimant has not removed purposes, and the fractional sections Tallahassee.September Browa sugar, coffee,

: .. '4 demand. from this Tt rritory. When the bounded by the Georgia 29 \? Old hyson tea, young hyson h\

I ,. : ....." :Eticli&rdK. Tall, applicant claims as the leal re iillt", will be excluded from sale. Florida Land Agones. I Cheese, raisins, pepper,

,, -. : -f S Receiver. -presenUtive of son previous Given under my hand, at the An office for the purchaseand Ginger, allspice,

.
.. ut20tUJ settler, this additional fact must of this .ftn\Qsortmento/
July 15. city Washington,
11. sale of lands is opened at
be
proven. 24th day of May, A, D, MEDIOJ-NES.

-' Pork and Whiskey &c. The office will be closed on IB26. Tallahassee. ,
the 1st MoridayjnJnurynttvt his known that the rich landsin Paints and oil, putty,
,? --- '--whtrquJ1fcrxoa; .
J. &
N. HAMLJiNTOgtfjof
after which no claim will' be re- By the President. Florida are weJLadapieiLto ;Window: glass, glass! ware anil
S ,;;.. ale at St. Marks, ceived. the culture oftEose
great sta- Crockery, assorted;., _
IF.' I*' :_, 40 bbls.- prime Pork, :R. K. Call, George Graham, ples, Sugarcane and sea IslandJottUU'l'hat Setts.tpn China, LI'V J"1"utj'
Commissioner of the General l -
: -. ::'*+ ;-.- 20 do. rime Whiskey,
-
; ( gentlemen who /Stoneware, ,
G. \\ Ward. Land 0 fIhc. .
2000 Ibs prime Bacon, visit this counh'yvitbJ! viewto. --'And variety of other articles
FORM.Mr. .
lo bhls. Flour, permanent settlement, labo'r under : which cannot be now: parties]
300 bushels Yellow Corn, G. w. Ward, Register ef $ 100 REWARD. larised.
many disadvantages in the AH of which (having
from the Lund Office at Tallahassee, :
j 50. casks assorted Nails ItAN-A WAY from in
me
purchase or" location of-lands ; been, bought in New York,
is notified that I claim thr
,. 3d. to 30d. hereby
Thomas County, Georgia, the is believed be ob Auction Sales '
in the which it might ) will be sold 'at
\ 30 bbls. prime N 0. Sugar, right of preemption
following negroes : viated this office. moderate ,for '
20 sacks Jlavana green Coffee quarter of section No by prices cask

-p : 10 do. Si. Domingo Coffee : Township No. Range
5 bbls.'each and Apple N'o. in the Western Land an African about forty-five years derdgned to be prepared with Nov. 23, 1826- -45-tfj i

Brandy, District of Florida.. A. 13Is of age, five feet 7 or 8 inches special information relative to
i, "' ..- the and extent of the Lai <'cZ
50 sacks Homonony Salt, high, spare wade, some teeth quantity :

2 15 bbls. of Nos. 1, 2.. and 3, I otice. out in front, branded on both most valuable lands, which may 1 Mr h Subset ibc.r, intending

: Mackerel, DEPJLRTJIENT: OF STATE, sides of his face, II. M. be offered for sale by the government closr his businrss; oft$

5 bbls. of prime Shad, or by individuals. for sale his stock, in, whol l
,
,
14 1826.
., *. Julu D I\ rncJl f -I' ,
:- 5 ao..J mess jueei n r, ior r 1:1111.11; ""'" .1.-> To obviate the risk and delay \ Books will be opened for the part, and will make a bands*

use, incident- to the return of the country born about 19 or 20 Registering of all estates which discount from: the lowest pnrti.

.. 10 bbls. prime, N.O- Molasses I Bank Notes from this Department years old, about five foot 7 or 8 may be committed to the chargeof in this place, for cash or in,ei.

TOGETHER\- WITH not receivable at the trea- inches .high, a little yellow com said office, with drafts and descriptions change for produce. To lVa

Soap, sperm k tallow.candles, sury of the U. States, in pay- plected. -special examinationswill who purchase to the amount cf

-. sperm oil, wJiale ditto, no. 1 ment for patent rights, *all per- mQ Ifm>A y be made in all cases if deemed 100 or tfp\Vardi-andTtiUIik; : '

p chpckolate, young hyson, gun- wise commence selling at,a*
desirous of Patents necessary.
sons out
taking a yellow n. about forty '
powder and imperial teas in cad- transmit gro, yearsof The said office will be. prepared tion on Tuesday the
are requested to ,
o dys loaf sugar, powdei shot and age, about sixfeet high as and continue *
other.daj
attend all business every }
with their such to to reLative -
lead, cogniac brandy: madeira, applications, Veil as recollected, some teeth jots to- suit purchasers forcaa

: -- malaga, claret wines, notes or drafts as they may knotr, i out in freat, white eyes, a rough to the perfect completion "
I- of land claimsto on delivery. ,
holland gin, Jamaica rum, Span or be' advised, will be. available shoe-maker and plays on the vio adjustment Abm. Kusstll jf. -
all business to
""':_ -- ish and american cigars, castings at the treasury. lin. -- appertaining

'. iron and ste'l', plough August 19. lOt Fifty dollars will be paid for the donation or pre-emption laws Nov. 24th-45-tf.

.. _, ... .. of the
the -
$ moulds shovels and r ta .t passed by Congress I
: frying ,
pans ixtyILo11ar Ke ward. Monday, being delivered in any mVRI'l"l'EN
:- sad irons ha's shoes United States, for the benefit of @ a'i
spades I '
give ten dollars for safe jail i in the United State; so '\
: domestics scires al- TWILL the settlers in Floridaand Proposals
; coperass, early
-. of I him and five for
delivery a boy by get twenty be Received. Snw'-
I Jum starch All of which they of business by me at
'" : to every description
the SAN0Y who broke each of
name the others : and if deli-
-- i' 1-::' offer for sale low for Cash only. : relating to a general land Ferry on er before tbi 1st'c
,.": Jail (or rather was taken out) on vered to me, all reasonable char- ,
: St. Marks Sept. 15, 1826. tf. December 126 for the ptirpoU
:
the night of the 4th instant, he will be paid. agency. !
gas of the lands'wbich furnishing Fresh Eeeftqthe41
is a yellow made, ,Maps public
negro, spare I fear evil
some disposed
: at Ht. Marks. per tI
Storage States stationed ,
; offered in \ 1825 and Troops : _
: about 24 or 25 years of age, 5 were May '"
:: :. lIE subscribers! recently feet 6 or 7 inches high, has a son has given them forged passes. of those lately advertised for, .place, and such Indians ji! '.. "
.4 All masters of vessels are t'
i'1. erected a/large and com- .mn1n"'D i h.. t'h.. tnva.rnthflt.
: stoppage in his speech, and is sale by the government, can at wrwJJ IJJ L&.V -
tnodious Ware' House St. cautioned against employing or '
- _t S at hard to understand, he will pro- all times procu ed. Suwannee. S

: .'"- Marks, and are now. prepared to ;'ably make the best of his way taking away said negroes. Letters, (post paid) addressed The beef will be the besti
:i : receive goods on ; the IC7 The St. Augustine Herald -
: storage for St. Augustine. I will also U Richard C. Allen & Co. Tallahassee Market affords well butcher
- '\, charges will :-moderate, and Savannah Georgian and I scrt
give fifty dollars for the appre i Florida will be attended -, &c. &c.and delivered m
- .' 7' ".-, .the I.tricteat-altentioa paid to the kettsion an'tllafe delivery of'the Milledgeville Recorder, will quantities be agred
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will also receive and sell 8 1826. Goms'ry l.a; fr*>:
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: : WM. CAMERON, sooner ,to discontinue it, and for ,

:' ::1:' .rat: small commissipnsany goods, i Sheriff Leon 'County Florida ward, their accounts tome atC References, his Excellency Nor. 17-,4 -St. T'

I t :-4t. Cotton, or produce that may be Tallahassee* 6 Wm. P. Duval Col. Robert TT" */
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,and first r'ai (tracts of HENRY MASH. iniJackson ? ;
S goods :provision: kept constantly County--on
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