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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: April 11, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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V' (Pritzdpi, rwtJA&m xu.PE S.\CO[.. FRIDAY, ,..:APfllfe. tfa, (Open to all parties : iDftuencedb7aoae.) No.. ,4,

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Pu-nIS 1D WKLT- -BT : any tnte after the expiration of thirty. an act to amend mn act regulating fMi.if\he..surn offtyc hundred dolUrvtofrtovered saW receiver tUttilfeiiu fa erer? pmpa *

T.lit..nDU'I' days from the service of the said notice cerv proceedings'rappro; ] :Itatemket22nd -, > in any ourt of law having who comet forward_to girt m the yaks of

HUI9T & upon the Application of the petitioner or- 1824 rTlid*which traj repealed by-|3orjs4iction of the same-one half to the hut property'fo>. taxation, the fottowift

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axdcftis Tcrriijrj of Florida.SUBSCRIPTION two disintrresterf persons as commission- i? not revived but still remains repealed.Sec. and the otfcer half to the ust of the county yoa now render b jvst and true account

Year g5HaUvear crs to divide and partition said property 3. Be it farther enacted That. no in which he shall attempt to practice. of tbe real value of all the property'which

3 according to the claims and proportions j jof subporna in Chancery shall issue until l -a Sec. 7. Be it further enacted* That the you were possessed of held or claimed iu'

Quartet ] 50 the respective owners thereof. II j bill complaint shall have been filed in members ofsaid Hoard shall have the rightto the Territory of Florida on tne'firttjday of

r advance year Sec. 4. JJf further enacted That ifj the clerk's office! ; nor shall aliy writ of fill all vacancies which may occur March last, or was interrested Doran,

Suhtcriptions payable any peron or persons, not named in the I, injunction or ne exeat be granted until a therein, in sucb manner as they in their tied to, (except crops which are jrowio.
AI'VfT.SI"a.---KTCFT. advertisement for such writ or have been gathered and boosed for the
said petitionj shall set up .1 claim to any j bill be filed praying except bye-laws, may direct.
Oftie vidlh of one column and measuring'not ill the special 1 cases and for the peciaIcauses Sec. 8. support of the family, the plantation tool,
' lines of this ,first : part of, or interest in, the said property j i Be further enacted, That this
than twelve type and the household and ldtcbqn
r more in which such writs authorisedby r.ecessarv
r continu- to be partitioned, or if any other fact ma-1 I I are act khall take eflect fru:') and after the
: ioscition one dollar, each and neekly wider ones at tei-nil to the title to said property shall ;;; the. practice of'h< t.'ler courts of first day of March next ; and that an act utensil, and every species poultry ; and: .
fifty cents ; longer also except lands, the titles to which ha.r.
I aute Rule and figure work, become the subject of dispute, jury j i the, United States exercising equity jurisdiction entitled an act to regulate the admission
the name rate. not been adjudicated .and determined by
double puce for tne frt insertion. AdTfttiyements shall be immediately impanneiled! to try ,.|, ; and no writ 4)lflJUHCl.fltO stay ot plrysic.an and surgeons to practice in the IV.fled States) either! your own rightor ,

will be tastefully displaced, the same, and their verdict shall be conclusive -1 1 I proceedings at law sluli issue, except onj this territory," approved December 30, the right of other or
any peison persons
aivordin to the nataleoftherTt, and will for the ;)urpO3caof the partition, i j i I motion to the couu or j'jdge, and reasor.- !824beand the same is hereby, repealed. whatsoever according to the but of 10ue .
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measured by matter of this size type. and no written pleadings shall be nece j able (notice of such motion previously! 1 Pissed. December 31, 1837. knowledge, information, or fcelief .so help

that is, not inserted nerved on the opposite party or his attorney 5 1828 "
Approved
\Vrn, : inserted at interval ( : sary. January you God ; tutd wberieter the said receiy-, .
,"f"TVl" k. from the first to the !: Sec. 5. He it further enacted, That ; and the defendant, after injunction Au act to raise a revenue in the er shall have cause to suspect, .fnat any

list m ,'ru n' each insertion will be cliarg-) !: should the said commissioners disagree granted, may, either before or utter ;u.s .- of Floiida.Re Territory -person giving in his list as a retailer ofspl-

ec a oPtI"h'rtl"n..- :.t.-Amounts forL' I upon any point! which may arise in the er filed, on due notice being previoyI ; it tiiactcd by the Gove- and rituous liquors or keeper of a; billiard table -
'. JCl1and.I I 1 I performance of their duties shall given to the opposite party or his solicitor nor Legi.-
iv'. ?'- I1'1' '.iable a! \ ion they I duDe Cduricii of the Florida or done either during the preceding;
.f' ilIlt' made with I It.s' have to call!! in third disinterested move the court or the judge fur tile Territory of ,
:: .: !jn'" a 'ullh \ [ power a I' That all real and personal of year, it shall be his duty *o interrogatethem
property every
r'l :hJ :'I., to a Ivriwe hv lrvvur.. (t person, whose opinion, in conjunction diPifWlution of any injunction, which may whatever upon oath ; and if he should be .
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\' i t\l''UI'A.. *" "-.-- ."t.lr.p.1..". --'- I .i1h that of one ol the conmw: !>ioijersi I have been granted: are growing or h.ive been gathered wndiiotued found to have done either, he shall tax buu

IU L-.\ C"T. .'itt .r, Wilt be promptly I ,'ItIl; be conclusive. : Sec. 4. Be it further enacted That it for the support of me family, the accordingly, ,

I f lI..4' '*"* *", See. 6. lie further enacted, That the I shall rest in the bound discretion t'1-' thr 'pUntatian tool* and necessary household Sec 10. Be it further tnacltd. That if*

' "4' aul commis-ioiiers ull.at the same term judge, under the circumstances of the and kitchen utengili, and species of any person shall fail to render to the salt

Li;: -*** iti' ,'t"tl.J of the court ut which said o1dr shall have I case, on granting writ of injunction today jiuultry owned Mod hfld by every any person iu receiver before the tenth day of JuTy1 fit '

? _. _- -- ------r= '- ; 4I ',een made, oral tlie next term thereafter, proceedings at :..' either before or tin. Teiritory ou the first day uf March in each year th* vnlue of his property liaW

-. -::?- "i.Ae their report in writing, whieii re- after verdict, or on granf.ng H wril of injunction each and every ye.uiu his or ner 0'11 m Taxation, it shalfbe the duty of the r.'

', ". ,. ?.,...,.,.... :4 .**5 I It pc rt stuil be sworn tp by at lea.t one of for any other cauie, to require right, or held by any person or rigbt of a- ceiver to ascertain from the beat rofonaa

t' .V.:. a'-,-.\r..- ,', ..,'. V -..r&2#.Of_.. "t.ld commissioners, and if no objection belHtdc unty for damages or costs from the uottiLT, either a! agent, trustee, parent, tinn within his power, what is the real *alite .
o'
x __."; :- V j jttiignient of tufc[ court hull be party applying for such it-junction : pro- guardian, executor ur adiuitiixtr.tor, shall of all ach property, and to ehargvta*

2R- ... _.r"f' ,. J'lYif: given U, reon. vided, that in all ca-tes where a bill of injunction i>e subject t:) a tux: according to its real owner orl101fft or the same with doubletax
.. ... ; ; and tn this end he shall have the
shall be dissolve either in value uf five
"I't'--, sec. 7. lie it further enacted, That p"rt cents upon every huudred
3.t." .. .-... the wncle the court saull award dolirtH'ort fh htldas rilIr to call upon any person who may
< "" hen any or either of the owners of Said or judgment property so owned or
f / r :;f? !j.roperty reside bevonvl the limit of this as well against the surety or sure a/orrsaid : Provided that no person know of any such property, to state the
Vtttl oath
of
.!flj T" Territory, it shall be nude to appc-ur by ties aj the principal in such I/Hi, and exe shall required to jive in for taxation the the same upon aecordingthp to

: )y. -' L \ : ,.fHjuvit that notice has been given in,30r.1t cuiiou sirall! issue accordin! y. raiue of any lauds, the titles to which have best oflhis knowledge, information or
belief liable poll
public newspaper nearest to the} : Sec. 5 Be furtlier enacted, That in all not been C'oltlrmerll.y the Government of ; and any person to pay a
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retailer .ot
_ inirTriioii'i r. I: [.luce where the! property tbe dmdftlis casein chancery, the testimony shah be the United States, and where two or more tax keeper or any of a billiard ofspirituousliqtors table, within the purview -

4 Lt11.fl'u< ,] ,: stutlcd: or kept, for the space of six taken in writing on iuterrogtiori's out olconn the persons title of claim the the United same St-ites tract of }*nd and of this net, wb% shall fail to render ao

An H,S to u'\ I. .t.id cj-i'iaue in force "An months previous to the first thy of th** except testimony prove the execution hiss breu relinquished : account of the 'same tothe receiver of tax

_ ptt diilarn ; tint!*.'ii o: Congtts to a I court of the filing of said petition, and UK of any instrument of writing, of aid land thereto shall, the person in posdeislon i returns, shall he charged by said receiver
the
C't'l lain act t)! .M.ir 'lur:','.. I tune u 'licit the petitioner intends tu move \\hichtestimorry may lie taken orally in ation.Sec.. give iu "h.l' lor tax I ;ith dnnlfle the tax herein prescribed.

lit it tnjrtftt b.l'L ttnate inul House of7fy.'t. r for the :appointment of Commissioners If.. court, or by deposition out of court on 2. Be I Sc 11 Be it further enacted That saiLTefovPP
enacted >
/.rfl/u-ts i>) :.Z- United M the of
fTlc.rictt. in (';ng.r. nitembled, That the Act I shaH have no effect in law, so tar us it re- who reside in thiS; Territory shall person& uiidfr, over a:e t of paC"') venr. make oct two complete lisfi

p'SSM ;tt" :t't't..llh day ofhl.lch, in btt to such he aksen as aforesaid by ,1 lcpo iUo-ion interrogatories tiventyuuecars foity-ne 3 ear-
I non.l sidcUt | I csidrnt in ..ill Ttriiiory oil the !ai.i first I''ofth. taxes to he collected, hi the county
the vear t.ti" tiM aud eight hun l ed, en- 1. Stc. 8. Jin further enacted That the beiore all) judge justice day of' March in rarh and evt-rv 1 I for which he is receiver, one of which ho '

tit ..-d "All a.:I uecl.-irir.g the assent of Con- 'colOmi" ioncrs liall be allowed by the of the peace in this Terntoiy ; au.i in all shall bf tutjjec to pay; a poll ta; ot iuoi.ty year. shall deliver to the tax collecicr, and the
"?<* ti> ('PI tai' Acts oth Slate of Alary
\ court a reasonable compensation for their caes tie| party desiring to take testimonyby five cents e. etA. oMie- shallf orward to the Treasurer of
land' fl lit! l 'II! f1.: anti wluch by subse- I
-rii utjia* been rrvivt-d and continued I heivice Tlie cierk shall be entitled to interrogatories bli-tll |'ursue the sti'ite } Sec. 3. J3<; fdriherenacted, That every 'he Tritory.

]'l'j"ii toicc. until ,;.ieJhiiu dty' of .March, one two dollars for issuing1! such notice, and course as is pointed out lor taking te8t.- free colored person (Indian* .xCt'J.ltfd) over -I 'c 12. Be it further t1 tkd. That it

ihouxinil right bundled aud In -.t).eight, I the executive officer ol the court shall be mony by inte.rogatorieb in the court of j the age of twenty one years, residentasaforcsmd I sVb1 !l" th? duty: of the tax collector! ap- .

IK, au i i.r! same, so far aa relates to the : entitled to fifty cents for the service of law in this Territory. ihall be subject to pay a poll I I nnintp.! a rreeaM! v 4othentovi.innlofthi.

_ nci tlf :.la.hiiul. M< IdlY is revived and continued the same on each individual therein na- Passed, January 2, 1B2.I tax of fifty cents. act, after they shall have received a list of

in foice until the third day oft med.bcc.. Approved: Ja.iuary 10, 1828. Scc. 4.:Be farther enacted, That every the taxes to be collected in their respective "

Xaixli. "II oiuand eight hundred andIMIt 9. slndbe further enacted. That An; act to organises medical hoidfr the j I retailer of spirituous liquor except iu the count!rt. to attend at leaU twelve at

_ \.c"ght : PI u\ i tdtI tm) n
., c.itai.ivd. slinl1 horize the demand of auut partition of l laud in ttis Territory in tlit Be it enacted by the Governor and Ugii- tliKii a quart at any one tune, shall be sub-I tain's beat in their lespecttve counties, .
,'. e-sels cours qf com-Moa law thereof" ject to a tax; of five dollars per annum ; ; ten days pubftc
: : on tonnage propelled by passe stertin. eaaployed iu the tiaiuportation of I June 28th: I:23: be, and the same is 'hat Uiclard \\Vighlmau an: Willnm t-. and it thaI i ile the duty of every persoq ie-: notice of the times ofsuch att enhance,fol*

pa. -.;ijcrt. hureb} repeMtel-saving, however, the Simmons of the CIY of St. Yagu&tmc-- tailing as afoii's.iid the time of giving in the purpose of collecting, the .taz sdue

,A. STEVKNSOX, right of parties who hue instituted pro- bert A. Lacy ot the Inland of Jus or her taxable properly, to slate the in aid counties ; and it shall aho be heir

5::jf' -h -r of the House of Repiesenfutives.J cttdmgsj under this act, to prosecute said William 1). Price and Lewis \Vi.lJs KeyVes of the; I same ou oath to the receifi ; and retailing duty. after having attended in the ctp-

C. CAL,IZOUN..k proceedings to judgmrnt and effect. for any length of ti.ue during any part uin' hf'itt5 aforesaid, to attend .tnrefti
cs\dent the United city of Tallahas-fe-; Mac'-l.n NicholbOn of of the'c.tr, shall subject the ictallcr the .
\ I' ot Slatesand Passed, January 4, 1828. to additional days at the court house jheir
the
county ofGJid \ llia'n 1' IJort of aforesaid i
e\li ; (
jut.
: l'ri-!:deut -f tIle Senate.
.. Iplo.cdldillhI'Ch I 1823.JO JN. L. DOGGKTT, the county of Jackson: and C. V. Feuds Sec :. lie it further enacted, Thnt the I respectivr cciunties, giving ten dy pre-
_ President of the Legislative Council. John ious notice o. such attendance, for thepurpos'e
: \ (il'lNCV ADAMS, A- BJL.I.LAMT and tirosnaham oi the City of Pcnsa- keeper'of .wert billiaid: fable, excepf in the '
Cierk.Approved all those who bad
of
afibrdinp
- cola, and their successors in oiDce. be. ciiy of St AuRiistfne, which i ill used for pluyinsr I ,
! J [PUBLIC No 7. January 10, 182S. not prevo.nnlv paid their taxes an ot.
] and the same are hereby, declaresl to be at l hillltl'th. or any other game shallbe t pp

' An act to aHr! the time of holdiug the Distnot WM. M. MCCARTY. :L body politic and corporate by the n' mc sultj-rt: to (\nr:, of the United Stales in the Acting Governor of Florida.An and st\le of the Medical Biard of the to Ray tax *hicli nc or she may he Sec. 13. Be it i4rthertfiacted, That it shall -

r Dijfir ,.\o'lil! Carolina. act to establish 'IVrntury ot Florida and as such shall; be I required to PI.by the Ixw.sof the incul potation be he rhity of every person liable to pay

Lc it (naclcdtj itic Senate and Home of the Cotton's Ferry, over capable and liable III law t-j sa mid be ofany town or l'(where the same a tax under the provision of this art, to _

_ RIFT" -.tcitt\ "fitit United ,Mates of jir.rrisfi it enacted Kscambiariver.Be sued, plead ami be inipleadecl, and tiiaii: shaH be ueil ; an'l the! ke.|)injj of the same pay the sane to the tax collector in the _
in i'ar.ress ttssetnklcd. That the Ly the Governor and Legislative for ; in which h> llvei. before the
be authorised to make sucii b\e-law Anti any lenfti (time 1m in; any part of county on or
_ !>ISqjt.t l'qlr; ut the United States for th. Councilof'the Territory ofFlu-.idj., fifteenth
reguiatiung as be for the the year, !hall subject the keeper to the a- day October in each and eve*
District' of Nn Carolina, shall after the That liadKmi L Cotton or his "assigns be, may necessary foresaia tax. vear.

justing uf thi act, commence aud be hold- *nd is hereby, vested with the right and government ofsaid Board. Provided, that ry
Midi b\ -a''s are nut to the Sec. t. Be it further enacted; That it Sec. 14. And further en cled, That
f t-'n -.'\ thc lollow/.itj tits s. that u to charged with the duty of keeping a fen. repugnant shall! .
} sar : at laws of the U.iited States and of tins Terlitoiy be the duty of {he county court for ifany person shall bein default in paying
} litor. in anil f the of'AIberarfe. for the term of five ( E-
District Across
>r years the each
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in this the after the fifteenth of
and fr that haveand county Teriirory, on first liis orlier taxes day
on lie I !.ird Monday of cambia river at the place! ; purpose niiV '
April and ccmmonly MQ
: I nfFty ot April m eacn aud every year, to October in each year, it shall he the duty
use seal
a common their _
OoiuWr : at Newberu, in and fur the Dist known and designated as Cecil's Ferry, appoint appoint a receiver of returns of iaxaole : of the collector to issue an executiou for
c'lairman .
: ut oJ l'mplico the fourth and hereafter tube and SUCH other o.licers as they
on ofAiit called Cotton's
Monday Furry property and a collector of the ,taxes for I the amount" nf said tax, and levy upon theproperty
; tirO October ; and Wilmington, in bee. 2. JBt farther enaciciL Thatit lii &y thing proper, and remove the same their respHctfte counties ; and it shall be sufficient to satisfy the same.and '
ivud t.JI' '1 lu' District of C pfe Fear, or IRiiuden. shall be the ot' Irum ollice for improper conduct. the
duty the said Kadfoul duty lie persons elected at aforcscid
: c.1I the first Mondnv after the fouiihM Cotton L'.I Sec. 2. B* further er.iu.le:I, That said all c sts accruing thereon, t vvhicu pro-
to
i keep sufficient: number of to enter into bonds payable to" the Govern.
j 1'lhJ.t.of Apt nl aud October in i Board shall sit erty.'ifter bfinjj advertized at three of the
each andtvt'ry float, for the annually in the cty ofTailalia&'see of this
accommodation ot' passengers or Tt'rritorand his successors in office in the for tbe
\ car. f most public places county
: and should he fad to do for thspace co'iimencing its sessions: on the with an.i U.Ticient:
gone
to t
so security >eapproved
: :: ;C:2. And be it further enacted, That : ol three t second Mondny of December in each <*pac of twenty days, lie shall sell at 'ub- _
months, all the right year by sid court, a'8 follows f- The
Hi' suits, a.-iions:, writs, process, and other ed vest-I and shall: continue session lie outcry before the court house doorof
this m said
by act shall long as receiver
shail
cease and be enfet rrrto a bond of fi'e buCic'cntto .
I proceedings commenced or to commence, Sec. J. Re their business n.ny require and that hundred dollars conditioned for his county, or so much thereof will .
further enacted, That if anypei.son 1,I ; any the fWith- said execution and
or nhich siia'1 UObl" satisfy
pending, in of three members
any or persons hall attempt: to keep |I of said Ho ml Milan form a I ful discharge ofahl the duties required of
me saidDistrict rouits, shall be retunfah' I for the transaction of him this arid the costs. ,_, .
a ferry or transport quorum business. by act, said collector shull -
# !- 10. h.Mid, tried, and proreedfd with, in any persons or property Sec.3. I See. 15 Be further enacted, That
Beii Into horfd of thousand
across tie: Ebcainbia river within furtherenacteJTh\ suit enter a two dollars,
the aid Distiict Courts in the whenever receiver of tax shall
returns
same manner '
1 three miles of Cotton's, and I Hoard shall examine all applicants who conditioned for the faithful collection o( all
;tt' it the time for the holding thereof Ferry, receive return a tir1ue, by non-resident whohas
I hereafter wish the taxes eiubiHced in the list furnished any
therefor may tc obtain a licence to by
had not been ctau er. any compensation either direct m this
no or attorney Territoryit
Iy or practice medicine inlhi if the receiver, and the pay then f of them over rfgcnt
indirectly such Territory'mi ,
,
A. STEVENSON. ptI'SUli or personsfor authorised'to' shall he the duty of (he tax collector to
to the
Speaker of the Houe of Repn-sentnttves. every such offence, bhall forfeit aueipay upon such examination, the applicant be I person the san'Jewithin f
advertise the same .r the of three
the tim prescribed law which space
found qualified and of moral ? by ;
J. CALHOUN to the said Cotton or his the good character -
assigns, bond shall be filed iu the office of the Secretary months-in some nc spa per of this territory -
; of it sh.alllJt: the duty of said IJoard
Vice Presiilent of the United States and sum ten dollars to be recovered before to
stating the amount of tax clue and if
such of the Territory, a ceitified of ;
Ig1".int license
a to copy
1'reMdmt justice of the j applicant under
of the Senate. any of the
peace Territory. which, under the hand of said Secretary at (fie expiration of the said three months,
: Approved-10th M.irch, 1828. hissed, January 5,1828.Approved their seat Provjdedthat in no case shall it
and s'ealof the Territory, sball be used in the said tax and e expenses of said advertisement

JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. January 10, 1828. necessary to examine any applicant who evidence in lieu of the original, iu any suit be not paid, it shall be the duty
-. --- An act to may be a graduate of some regularly rsta-
authorize the
--- City Councils of ofsaid collector issue
brought on said bond or either ofth!;n'. to an execution
I uws of Florida. the cities of ,. Augustine and i'<'nsacola bli fr d medical university wiih'fn the United Soc 7. Be it further enacted, That ag-aiiut such non resident, uhich may be

--- - -- to maKe all l laws regulating the con- States but the production of the dipLoma should the said lecetvcr or collector (aito levied upotf any property owned by.,suet.

;'. Y AUTHORITY. siruction.or repairing ot partition- fences of such applicant and a certificateof I execute bond as aforesaid, within ten dy non-resident in thio.territory,_after being*

An act, to prnv.de for the division: I Cities.within the limits of their respective entitle moral him character ball in all instances, after his appointment. It shall be the duty advertised,twenty days, and the same, or
opro. to ficense
from
u Uoard
: said to
,
htld I ofsaid court within ten dayi hereafter, to so much thereof as slutt be of sufficient
eTy by t-o or more persons' lie it enacted by the Governor and practice witriH this Territory.Sec. another
: Ijegittive appoint receiver or collector in the value trf satisfy said. execution aud all

join'Iy Be i.' iiiaclfd, by the Governor- aud Council of the Territorjf of Florida, 4. Be further enacted, That each place of the one failing a's aforesaid, who cntU;stiar, be sold before the court-house _
Legisla'itc That from and after the of indivifibal member of said Board shall I shall bond and i is -
Council the Territory Florida passage this tjive security as prescribed dour of the county .where said tax is due.Sec. .
Tlat whenever l of act, the City Councils of the Cities of St. have the right to examine any applicant tne foregoingcrctiou. I 16. Be further enacted, That

or personal property Augustine and1 Pensacola shall have full when the said Board is not sitting, and Sec. 8. Be it further enacted. That it shall when I"this territory owns
!
craves shall be owned any person
re hcther jointly in by two orm power pass all such laws, and make ailsuch grant such applicant (qualified) a ii- be the duty oftbiesriid receiver, after having propertv in two of more counties therein,

personxt equal proportion regulations as they think canse to practice ; which license shall executed k 'ofid as aforesaid, to attend
or o'iH'rwisLuw or either of the may proper it shall be the duty to give in the valae
owners for the construction remain in full force until tbe next reguhr at least twice durn thereof or repairing of thereof the receiver of tax returns in
tile
i : his her their
ay or petition session of the Medical Board and it shall law for faking in the returns ar
partition: fences within their or near
respective ; the .c&unty in which he resides : and it
the
with clerk of the
superior or county cities. be the duty of such applicant to return the muster ground in each captain's beat inthe :
sh.ill oe lie receiver d
not
court ttir.cr his; her, or their desire to Passed said license to the said Board at its next county in which he has been appointed duty ofany
January 5,1827.Approved .
the value of
have tax return to return
the
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S. : Jivided any properly
property among the session, and apply for license having previously given ten days notice by
9 a general :
January 1828" liable double for
s-rveral owners thereof! s-aid as to a tax, not
; petitionvlkkJl an advertisement the
winch shall be rioted at most
it up
,
granted him
% Describe the property to be dividedwiUt An act to regulate proceedings& in Chan examinratrun, the aid Boaid,shall, upon be sitis-i1'H'i; public place in said bear, of Ihe times and basing been pven in by the owner* wlu'P
he either knows information that .
reasonable ct'rtli.tnr, aud set forth cery. I ficri ihut he is 'I places of his attendance, for the purpose of or ,
1 (properly qualified to practice the of Mid resides iu
the n.nies ifIit sevrJ owner property If'
: omiem thereof. Be it enacted 5y the Governor and L'gii-i as a physician.Sec. assessing taxes prescribed by this act ;
Sec. 2. Be further enacted That dnd before closing his it shall be his other county in tlm Territory.
rrtr.rns
upon latite Ctujicil of the Territory of Fhnaa, 5. Beit further enacted,.Thai every Sec7.jlc
I
vhe filing ot flu &*it petittou with the i '1 hat the act entitled an net to regulate! applicant, 'license I duty to attend three additional days at the it further enac'.ed. That

cierk He shall make out a notice to the I chancery proceedings the Medical upon obuiuing a fr"'t1I I court.h ,nse of his county, li'ving giventen where any nna-re ident of tin* territory;
approved January Board shall the sum'ten 6f
a 9-v rrwl clumants therein *neniioncd, anducHver 12th, 1827, be, and the same is hereby, dollars, ta be ,appropriated pay said I days previous notice ot the time of such who' owns propel t.> therein givt-b net toe
as
hc attendance for the in the public Ckzette nearebt to tile place
sanr e to the proper executive purpose "f receiving-
repealed
Board I
..nicer may order and direct. lists from such where said lies Of )his hn
an
ot tiie court u ho si.all: said persons as may not have propefty "K
setve Sec. 2. Be it
further enacted. That the Sec. 6. Be it enacted That if
n further any in in ail l
bv teflturylrgl
'ce leavi given previously.Sec. agent residing
r u with t
g elicit of :
copy; uid act entitled '* .
an an act to regulate other than those herein
: *-.M.TjartU, antI) make return proceeding .i person appointed 9. Be farther enacted That authorized to transact his busmen, It
accordingly ; in chancery: in the several courts members of said Board shall from and after every
s : he tile of the
% shall receiver
nct
at.onct slull liable duty (
.contain the substance of in person to pay a tax according to the o
Florida approved July 3d, 1823, with the tn-ht day of March next to
:lc attempt return wich liable
pc.iXidttc. l1 provisions of this act, s!mll, previous to'the property as tu double
: 3. Be it f1l71Mn&acttd That the exception of the t wcnt,'.first sectionof & practice as a physician, contrary to the I teutn day of July in each year, give ilto tax for not I having been given in: except
the
said act, be, and the same i in hereby, provisions of this act tfitliinlhis Territory
,
in the iu which
1.1 ci/uit, cxccpt in case the receiver of tax returns on oath, the county tuid ue .t re-
lUc, *e i enit section of this provided atl.t for by revived, and declared to be in full force I without obtaining a license as aforesaid, 1'* true value of all the piGpen held by him sides' j mid he saUTagent 'sh.l' ge iI a

act, and effect : nevertheless the act entitled I I such person atull J for everjf such uWciici *,.!, as aforesaid; and it tfcdl. be. the duty of Itp I 1'upon oa&r i"; the r' county i:'. hL hA -


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El The ,e'viTvre' of all tTte property ownt P 4g-' J.- ,..: -.- -- t II.. pn Carysfort 'I ef< and cmierl her 'nrost cxrhictand when tho Engfob _11 : ICONGn.
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I, 'by."' principst aid Tcrritor' ; and tip : PO'ET ( T ;into Key West, and received $25000J language is distorted into a thousand ____ SlOX.\L. :
11 t>n fiUort tQ Ao sn,the same shall he ib- ;award of a municipal court there, different meanin ,.we are Inclined to ---- -- -$;_ _- --T-- (

\ t ; ject to & donhle ux according to the pro.. : I'9A UM 1"tfDV.rt' T.j. :' '. (salvage. believe that Governor Fortyth is only IN SENATE. ,
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i ions ufthis act. .
; Ltt Jl: Sec 18. jtndte itfvrAcr enacted ThAt Wimam THE wai iHtidhi MfNIATORE i 1bisohami.J; S ; .Jhe case was :argued "by Messrs.bHisoD ttfjdeavoring to plar'upon'thQ1 ti- Friday, 14th March, 1828 !

: taxtif non-rcsiJent shall have } \' Slosson und G. can people. The bill authorizing the
. ;! ; wfaea the a The tikeness of his wife. m. establish I
: 1 '. Been ad-rertiscd by any tax collector a- 'T'a" Adrtwnby.sothP'enchanted wtid, rj, for Lil c4huits ; and Messrs. The Banana has arrived at full meat of an Arsenal at or near PeUJi1'i

.:; .gieebk it shall to afterwards the pitimiom of that this tie act, said and it i ceiued ItAICh, 'Iike.liI S..S.. :' ,,. .8 t THlotson apd -S. .. Staples, fort maturity at the plantation of Gen. cola, in Florida, was read the third
; ; pper .
; ,"; non-resident had an agent in: 'this; temto- : fJC a\tntt1t\ thoogli 'it ;poke.I1re'tabdS. .the.fte$1oMzt. .. Hernandez ; and the Guava is in time, andthe blank having been filled .: ;)

. LPJ ty, who bad given in and paid the tax of Upon the | kture itiH, .. 4-' ,-The court deci&xJ that the actionwas full bloom at the grove of P. Mitchell, with 50,000 dollars, was passed.On : .

;' .:::j Mid property in some county there40 And ras delighted and m r.: sustainable here, & in this form, Esq.-Idem..Tire motion of Mr. Smith, of Mary .'J':
; :: __ it shall be ths dutyof said agent to To view the Jull S l land the
.. pay paiater $ ,. that the 'court at Key West had no Senate? resumed the consideration :
: :=:jt.i; the cf said publication and the !
e&penf
of ofthe bill
j winch l omnipotent legislature making '
!"' .juxi&Hctrnn in the matter upon appropriations -
: of said sutent sbaH be I thee Jat1t
propecff non- aWe This pkrdre isjast like ; :
; I..i : tlicrefor! unless he make.it appear Tis drawn to nature true ; V.. ifac.ted ; and, that its proceedings Georgia, at its late session; has greatly for the ,Military Service of the .,!

: : h ,bt\M: 'jhcy had been duly pb(Uhed iVe k'uce4 o'er nnd o'er again, wlfl1XV4id ; that The Respondent sC1 excelled the omnipotent legislation United States for the year 1828 ; .. .;.....

t t". .') v .,. in the GKjtette printed dearest to'the tttsso teach' like yoa. .1 *, tft1ed to salvage that he was of Florida. We find by the act of which was .'read'aD third time and '

:/:". place where- &t4 pro petey u'A situated, "i '*not I liable, -for nfl the losses the libel- .t.heit legislature, entitled, "ao act to passed.Oo 'f.
And has it kissed tfeee back-:' t4 iernr I f ..rtli
of ener-U y
,j. and wan a matter notoriety.Sec. ._ ; '
I bntshad sustained guilty of prevent .the granting or surveying of motron of Mrl: Ifayne the Senate
being
::: 19. Selfvrter-enacted,That the C Ah no, nty loves s.aid.he; -, J I, ",
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:. {\ 1 .' receiver of tax returns &d the, collector 'Th'Yillial1.., it is vciy .clear, trespass aud.; 'buf,was liable for the certain lands either under head rights, resumed the consideration of the _
It's not at ail like me.* thtt j',dec." that the United States will not bill for the better of
;; of Uxes shall each he entitled to five per ,: t'o orproceedsirt ..his hands ; : organization the f

.t'it centum on,tbe amount of taxes collected r'h ; )he .was entitled, ,.,'to 5.000 dollars in I!be permitted to survey any lands southof Medical Department of the Navy of ,! ,
I. : i; in their respective counties*; a* a compensation \\1 ING. Compensation of.life servl: s'\Vltll twoves.s1s Ellicott mo( ncin Florida, untilan the United States. /
" ;;; for the service to be performed by ,1 I "y :
'if
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r -' = :- and ciue in relieving adjustment of the Georgia claim Mr. Hayne said that the Committee
ir' them under llria act and receip's for the e \ Jt. : sums to which they arc respectively! euti- Welch Sfermon.ioas :\ the Hercuiesjaiid getting her and the i shall have been made ; and no survey of Naval Affairs'bad given much '.

j: ted: when presented bv thetax ,oIlecorptvt The bHl\iving front t th Orighral Tfefci funeralcopied wn'.N Stft1nn, aud' cargo into port.; and it was decreed that the United States has made shall attention to the memorials referred to .

' i in the settlement of his accounts shall be preached by tfifc Jtiiifetcr i ofLteng 1 as
received as vouchers of the legal disbursements \Vale., in the year J73G, we hope *iil not be dollars, with interest at six per cent. shall have paid for it again.Q:1 ration was the result of their attention ,
; ;: by the,collector of the romst to rentiers.
entertaining oMr the of the suit. Be to tire He would
:: therein mentioned.. / from commencement it hereby known by these subject. statoto

'r !:: Sec. 20. Be further enacted That ttte 1 I* Pelnfct Prtlktran mako From the East Florida IternM.jPiorffcz presents, that whereas the Government the Senate the principles on which '.
have
::; r1 : sid collector shall, upon settlement of f com among yon to a t and Georgia.-The New !| of Georgia is making pretty the bill rested. The first provision

.:;: his accounts, present list of all the tax crate prachtneut upon the dead bodis'i :: York Evening Post has misunderstood bold strides to" ards an independent of the bill was, that 110 Assistant Sur-
I ;11 "' r.f which, from insolvency or any wilierlegal My text is in the ten-- twenty shap-; dominion and should be who
; tur article respecting our boundary is seeking to seize: upon geon appointed had
'fa he has been unable to collect iutcod tin "
of: Cause, :: tee Mackapees ; vershor
being ; ,ine. Governor Troop advanced a the capitol Florida, contrary to all no: been examined and approved by '
;;Ei! and for which lest (when sworn to as canntit well but
I .i: : .. -true by said collector) he shall re, the worts ar very th<& M Watch rcmeraper and ; '? fnost whimsical claim to a large tract :I}. rules of good order and sobriety ; and a Board of Surgeons. This provision .
,
: :! .4 1 ceive a credit to be deducted from the pray ,of' our Territory, and tame : within j: whereas, sometimes retaliatory measures haL for the two last years been .
, and lie lie
to text warrant
I i; amount of Uxes returned as due by the stjck my ; UTO or three miles pf claiming our :I become necessary ; and whereas practically observed, under a rcguI.ttion' -
cranfethcr Add
';ii., t eceiver' of tax returns. yo.-Our crate am capital too. Governor Forsvth, in I. it seems highly proper upon the : of the Department. It was a
q I It ; Sec. 21. Be farther enacted, That the was mtde; a very coot man, inteet L I
: .' taxes when collected as orchid, shall bepaidlottetessurerof : truth hor was, aud hor did dwell m I tpiug his predecessor went much bc- i iOftd present 'occasion to 'Pursue a retaliating wholesome provision, and no objec-

'ti,i4 t the territory i for Cot's o\ n }luxnci.n Paratise, and a i iprave I him, and proposed to fake farciile system ; Be it, therefore known, lion, he presumed, would be made toit ,
\ :I'r the use nftlve territory. possession of the disputed district that from the date hereof all persona The second provision was for
liar had lie warrant
J ::4 ,_ ., Sec. 22. Belt furhtr matted That it i place yo ;: by means of an overpowering army, .. occupying lands between the Altama : the creation of thc office of "Surgeon

J I sfcall be the duty uf tire| tax collectors in'I hor had every thing. provided fd'rhdr and to. hold it as a part of. Georgia. 1 i ha and St. Maryvs riven, that they :of ttc Fleet." A new officer was
j ; ;, each of the counties of this territory, tt neybour had no need to by so mach
"J This claim ahd the :i forthwith not to bo
all
i = account for the taxes collected by theretothe as nokcn or hor had all sorts of singular uucourteyous renounce allegiance to appointed, but the duty S

!: I !' officer entitled to recelve'the f5&me. apple trees and spoon coiling; trees }' bulf6iVanrof : ,' .means proposed for:enforcing, :I thc? king or'6f org if, rtnii that within i would devolved on' the Surgeons

4 ;t1 or. or before the fteenth dzyDfDecem.5 coot tackheed hor was fallen, amused. .tis so much, that we began to thirty days they repair to Tagaboua; I of thc 'flag ship', in cad'fleet, ; which ...'..,,.:
l t.1 ". ber each year; and upon fat tit re1 so toin botlt for for and there and I Surgeon, would be selected .
for
; liable be oh how hor was fallen. He tell : ast.. us a just pretext by proper acts symbolii that ... ,
chatt be to yo
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: < ; they proceeded 'carrying% on, nt least a war of words, expressions, render submission to the i station on account superior skill ; :
'( ,;!': against defaulters the way prescr.bOd how hor wa fallen ; 0 wr crato cnui; S
?,' by law., mother Eve, por o'Oot tac hor for a into .oiir neighbor's borders., I Hexaniiiling authorities of Floridaand in default I and efficiency. The doty of this officer ,h.

,; ::;:Il '. : Sec. 23. Be further enacted, That if plackey passage mustgo a ram[ .Land the history of the Floridas, it :1 thereof all the lands'of iron-conform I 'would! be consult difficult cases

: : fz'omizy cause the county courts in the a yangiin, and cud not stay .at I was: ascertained that wo had equallyas ists shall bo cnn caled. The Florida with the other Surgeon, to examine S .

t ,::"i ;' different counties in thu territory, or in homo with her uu bant tenable as 'r'mht to a boundary as militia, 'to be under the immediate I the medical stores, and to report
own > but nmsl[
f' :" ; .. any of them, shalttUU to.meet ua the first t far. as the Altamaha as Georgia had to i command of the forty-one colonels, to the Navy Department. As _
and rob orchctt the
/:: ,: Monday of April in evety year, to appoint go an Tivclslioed I .
tt an extension of her'a south of Em. : arc charged with the execution of this an additional compensation to this officer .
, t : A rectiver! and collector as ilirectetl by hor the way, for if they bo any mis-; S
:; ::: : this act, it shall be 'tieir! duty (meet asAoon I chieffthe Tivel and woman: must havea cott's mound. I'order -'Jtm. for his extra dutv., double rations S

t : thereafter possible, and make said L finger in the pie, so hor came home I Thus having a fair opportunity to wci* proposed) to be allowed to him S
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I :. .. appointments.Sec. and hor hushaut enter into, a contest with their two We puliHah fh* following Iffter Wfth while acting as Surgeon of the Fleet.It .
r pfcrswadet to heat satisfaction, (or, burring All countercurrent
! : 24. Beitfurthereruiclctl, That it grout;
tl, ,} IIhaU be the luty of every pedlar or itine-: some of hor stolen IPPCS.( Marcy Excellency's, what more appropriate *, we have the ns ur.ince that all was deemed important to tho interests -
;; ':,1 rant trader who may wish hereafter to. o'Cot it did not stick in her throje; and rpply could we m-ik'? to the jr'tsconfiding claims for l nd under 3.500 acres will now of the service that .in increased

1:1 ;1' ccndarir goods. wares or merchandize'm I Iqt : shoke hor. After this hor prov with proposition of Gov. Forsvth.. be definitively fettled lie/ore. the expirationof allowance should be made to those .

!.i .. ( county in thi lcttitorr, ntit the,. nr*' .h : hitt, ond was prout to (jed oft thane made ia the aitjcle, noticedas another year.Ilem.Wahington Surgeons who were in actual service

.: nr production of ttie's id territory, tr np- ;e lad, and call hor name, I cant prave a serious mrastiro l hy tin? 'Elvpniii"Post. February 23A, '182$. at sea. Under the present pay, Surgeons *

;, :: ,'. he ply to the lre:1Surerof-thc wish to vend! ? county m wliicli! ;,I veil TPp>einier now-oh Cau i'uie very The ;P"'PHI'S iu Georgia remarked DEAR S'JK: : I perceive (rom some retired to private practice

'; : may so m h"eod'ar ?s shur it and I ] it as a fair hit, and we thfmt.rhtit of your remarks in your paper of tlc after a few years experience in the
; :: ;I Rpd mcrchandrae for a license ; and it: j r u'as, prave (lad lior was, S
':t::! ,: shall be the duty of said treasurer to prunt j I Inn an nnluc rogue lik lior mother : would do- very well ; but in ivllect- 13th inst., that the object and effectof \avj'. 'Gentlemen, of skill and csperiencxJ -

to". ':1:' him a license. authoriz ng him to vend his I and liltle! time after this hor was piout log upon the l local} condition of our the Bill reported in the Senate, is would not remain in the N--

.4. 1.. : goods, wares and merchandize in sntil J i to peel: of anuthor pr.ive lad, and call! 54L'.c-rritorv: and the situation of thing greatly &niscon elved. It never was vy, with life present emoluments. ,

: ", county for the space of twelve month I hor Ebel this : -octu-1 her, we could not avoid ex- intended to refer any claim to land The pay, troth to those at sea arrl ou .
: name was rout Ltd
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;
i"; from the date ofsaul 'license his ; :
; -' paving to tne said treasurer the upon Mini of hor did stick to part; of my texts' f h f' 'fti.tssi.tg u wish to acquire some po- under the ''quantity 'u{3,500 fccre, to shore, was so small that it was found :'

n." '::. ':,: ..' ibrty-dollar, which shall be for the use of. did pr; )', and hor watch too; trcire flica1 l standing in the councils of our commission proposed to be established difficult, to obtain and retain proper ; .

# :':.' the county : and it snail' also be the duty Cot, hut hvrproihcr Cane did cifI'c iiii-; and wo could not but -notice at Washington ; nor ?S it iamnded men for the duty. S

' !(: .' t ofthe person applying1 for said license to behind iior back and uo; lint o* ) ,. .. !!tly present:mea ls of ;_ b : : pay to said treasurer the additional sum i-. c4 1lroo.it1 iuld that whatever that Assistant .
.I prains. This) was nuirtiieiin"j lfrtt,: YO" ma c< not quantity, to. any expense Surgeons whoIwebeeocommissioned
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T 4:4: ofonedofl&r; as a compensation' for )hisservicestn dli. ft:: bejieve!i that'in tltc unless less than :
. !' : maknic o'it LUl11.Rm.e. and was obliglu to over-run ho.r.totj li present .jtiuci -S 'IlOt'e\'Nl'of'p'sttge, they two year?, ;
I t': :1'2 .. ,Sec.25., Be further eiacteJ. Tliat if try,and cot horselfa wife in a 5ftt': i:. ifo of OUT ati'jirs: and sepaVnted choose to employ counsel, where the shall l receive thirty dollars a month, .

. :, r any pedlir or itinerant trAder slull i- Innt. which tout hor strange thil1 '", as the .Stales, me, into southern, magnitude of the claim wiH justify it. .tmJ J two rations a dy ; after being '

J J. .; ., :: teIT.pttn't"nd inV Rood, warei and mt-r- lie warrant yo. Thus yo see, pelo-3 i Moslem and iMiitltern interests, u> the Every ellim has been made, and every examifted and approved at the cud of

.,. ... : ,-,, \ klndile 'in any cuunty in this territory, fet, how the sin of robbery and mur- 'I utter fJLgcLflItk.s of then- means ufo 1 expedient$ exhausted, to induce live years service', they are receive

;1 ';<' tvttiout I hvi'ng obtained! a license as is directed therin the artli and existence as a iituitMi, would be a* Congress! to decide npon the claims an addition of fire dollars a mouth
: -anic
in upon ,
section
LL. : : tbc'precedin; he shall, prout
rrieul/k; to Georgia to rei'mquWli over the amount which the and one ration and
: ? for every nuth aempthe HnUU' to H a very Nhughtnotit along with it. \Vit a upon a day ; after ten
; .,4::': 'penalty,of one hundred'dollars? to be collected you think it w.ti i HH tel you wal it, innil {portion of iier territory for the CummNBfoncpt were authorised to years service, la further additiou of

f: by the trea!(rer of the counrj' in I was-; it was the sin of trunkeiies; for l .iccomplishracnt of an object of so :WlJncun"c.Ve have aked a com- five dollars a month and one ratiuu a

<; vKich the Rtten t shnM i lie made, for the Cots sake pc-lof of I much interest to the Southern Slates,; j firrftaiiou- i's denied, 'r a postponc'-' day.
: trun-
! :4! : use of said count)','and it than he the duty keness much for peware nor were ,we mi taken, so far as it uncut ; we have asked a reference to The fourth provision that
.: '::;" ofthe s1a t'ift.v.nd Constables, or too ; our crate (;ranfether 1 was, cvery
; any one concerned tins wishes of tiiosc people the courts, it has passed 'ne house full Surgeon shall
;:::; .: 6f them, of the several cottttlies of this NOl hap no sooner scapt scourin ,- receive fifty dol .
1. ...:. territory, whenever they see a pedlar .' in the ark, and got safe ashore, bi/f. who live between the Altamaha and and failed in the other ; anil the only lars a month and two rations a day ;

) 'h I other itinerant trader Attempt to vend his hor went 'to the first alehouse[ hor cud the St. ,Marv"s.rrh"v- see and feel I resource appears to "be \oestablisha that after five years service, he shall

*1 ':_ goods as aforesaid, to demand his license find, aud there sot triukiug triukiug; tliat; as the population; wf the State Board, subordinate to did Supreme I receive an additional pay of five dol
,, ".; for so doing ; and if he ful: to roduce it,, i rolls westward its influence I Court
: S S it ih.n he their duly, forthwith, (o seize triuking all day an.l aU night, aud then 1: goos with and haVe alt tho evidence collected lars; a month, and an additional ration .

thte goods, horses, waggons,carts 'or Ixiats came home truuken and pusc hor fa it ; and haviti[ nothing to induce mi l l by the local Boards and now in i a day ; and after ten years service -

.; in the possession ot sakl pecHar or itine- mily. This sin of trunkenes pelo- intercourse, there is but little identityof Treasury Department referred to i a further addition of ten dollars
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Yant trader, and take them before the fet, prout a cratur seughment than all interest. Having then, the 'assurance them for final dc cision.i c have iL month, and an additional ration a

tr't"sureof the county whose lutr it t the rest. And what a plakey siiugh- that the people of the adjoinin just cause of complaint for the delay I day ; and after twenty years service;

_;p_ khall: l be setting to give the an order same,in to writing sell tire to theperson aul; ment vo think it prout Why, lie icll counties are anxious to be uuited of the 'Government. but more Ins the stilt further addition ofteu dollarsa .

ft to Florida, J let us hope that Georgiawill tiean done in the settlement of month rithout -
those our additional
I 'Qods, honesi waggons, carts or boat, or yo ; prout destroyin locus, any. -- -ra.-
I :: ,sojip'ttch Uiereo i at public outcry before those hellish varmin, those consuming aid us in effecting an arrangement claims than has been done in Louisiana tion. _.

!i ii ': the court-htise door, within ten days, a IL' caterpillars, those corscd Egypshon that will bring us at once within the in twenty y ars The Legislature It was found, after many' yean experience .. .

"- vf'M be sufficient to raise the aforesaid I fAakes, joywed togetlieiExcisement pale ofthe Union. i of that State send memorials every under the present .
s'stcin,
I .: ;S '.,' I. trith slim of ten. one dollars hundred tuid sheriffor dollars together and Custom house officers to pri into The effort which Georgia is making, : year on the subject to Congress, i hat surgeons of skill who were in the 5

; of, ::: "i,t ... .'. and two dollars to the said treasurer constable every fiooke, and proke into eveiy" indeed she intends it, i in ..tIIl1'ortnv'the and tho President has recommended i service! would not go to sea ; and thut :

S ,. ': for.thetr fees. cornet, for every tio'p of coot drink ;. dignity of a free and independent it several occasions. Finding that all Surgeons preferred the hospital \
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-S ";: '. Sec. 26 .e further enacted. That a K. Marcy confound 'em. ,- State ; if she only intends a war of I could do nothing better, I have prevailed service on shore. The emoluments

\ -:; : cense, when granted us aforesaid shall 0:1 Now, wen I, your iraworthy Mini -words against the Administration of upon a committee to ngrcu to of the Hospital Surgeons were at
I
pre, -
** t vr \j operate.andsltutt the not county be transferred in which from it is: tar ofLianjroilialan, sh--il Recalled the General Government, we are sorry confirm all claims recommended for I sent greater than those of the Surgeons .
granted, ,
S I one person"to another, nor shall be granted to give an' account for the sheep tel i- that, Florida should afford the pretext confirmation, to the extent of ono at sea ; and, consequently,

J; ,;: for a less time ttun tweU months.8ec. feret to my chargo by the Lort* f will That she is really intont upon league square, or a quantity equal to whenever a Surgeon Character and I.

'S '] 2r. J3e it further enacted, That it' not anser ; and, w'heu the Lort calls some bjeci, i ia evident from an act of that, which is 5760 acres. Some skill was ordered to sea, he would resign .
;. ', shall be the duty of the Ux collectors to her legislature, of 24th of December conditions be
1 p. the second time, r will not spake ; and are proposed to annexed his commission. It was thought
; i 1". make out and execute titles to all proper? 1827 ; now for the first time broughtto of which is that if the
wheu hor shall call the tird time, I one claim by the committee that those who braved
L t 1y sold by virtue of this law, anti ttucti titles
J will bid Samuel our acquaintance, by the polite attention be larger than that the claimant shall the
ttt shall be as valid and effectual in law,, say, as Ely say hardships and hazards of tho.
;F os if made by the owners of said property. "Spake, Lort, for thy Sarvent hear. of Col. White. ,The object of relinquish the residue and take the sea, were entitled to a larger compensation .

F :'P! Sec 28. Jlndbe ttjurthtr enacted Thatall eth :" and then, when hor shall ask .this extraordinary act i is to preventthe league square. net i not compelled than those who were enjoyiiif* ,

: ;tM. laws and parts of laws heretofore enActed me fur the sheep,telifer.et to mysharge, survey and 'tale by the United to do it, and he would not, if he had at home the safety f and comfort o? .

: r., '' by any legislative council of this pefor Cot I will tell hor, fiat attd .State ,of the'lands lying between Elli confidence ia the final decision. If their own firesides ; and that S "
I t : territory, imposing a tax upon the citizen Yo ou's Mound and what the Govern- this bo located in sections the professional
L5 :, thereof except far as the sanc relates plane, are all iorned into coat can by skill was more required in tbe
I Anf7f S fjfcnt t'Georgia is pleased to call the claimant, I susuoct there i ia in service
: 4 to a tax imposed upon auction; sales shall no one sea. than in the laud service. _
be repealed from and after( the approval' Ltangalkalun, 173& liead waters of the, St. Marvs-. --f-<-* East Florida who would not give up '1 he committee had, therefore, prtvvidml -,-
of this the ofthe -' ---- - prevent the fiftrve ahcl sale of larnis'never the
aaet by Congress United !' = : uncertainty of a fiwal confirmation : in the last section of the bill .
r 'f f States ; and this.act dull go into opera- bo1sqa Under The jifnsdictioa or ia the often thousand arpons,or delay: ,which that tho Assistant /
Surgeons after
two _
iu
from and after approval aforesaid. '
kpdssessmn of
-. 1-- tI"lt.S'tatVhen here is unavoidable, to have 5760 acres located service while
$ S. Pissed 1828. T -.lf years in actual service .
3t ,Januarys.. E-." a New York Paper. sterns to bo-such a total abaationni&it:;: upon the best land within the at sea, shall receive double rations .
.
I.' JOHN L. DDGGETT, of
TAe American Insurance spund doctrine for loigtcalreasatting
Vc und.olisrtfgard
} and and
; survey.If five dollars
4' President of the Legislative Cduncil. a month in addition :.
: A. B&L1J.J Clerk. nine other InsuranceCVM "..rCharles ', as-appears in Ihi bu- : this Bill is reported, I shall advocate 10 thIn usual coq) e sation. :and that .
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t. : ., '. V ApproTedianury1O,1928. J lllliYJn. '' il1ess,' tvell might we call upon Hi : it, bqcause it will settle,all_! between the S rgoal13,,while in actual s rvicoat ; :

5 4 VVM. &L McCARTIT, Libel in person to recover datrugcg S E; *'e.le'ucy.l'qur| ; o.vcmo.t'u: J,iifortyone 3,500 and 5,760 definitively sea, shall, in addition to.their .
usual
S. .. ,S Acting Governor of Florida.An sustained by -LibUanMt '.inconsequence ; colonels and the Florida and will afford others aa opportunity compensation, receive double rations

; .5 5 4 act to change the itamc of Jonathan of the takiug. Jd JeteilT. -nilitiaJio: 'mairit2fithe"fuitbqr trca- of accepting or not, as they please, and ten dollars a mouth. .

\ JeOenon Hammock. tion-of the brig Hercules, and the sole tti.'. .-)d'i1\, .-hobof, .of. out, ,. 'country.vLenving which cannot injure, and may benefit The

fig it rnatted by JAr* Gwtrrar and'Le- 'of vessel and cargo at Key WestiTho .*-* the act. ia question, and them, and must materially benefit the went on present to compensation, Mr. B.
was 782 dollars
S iaive Council of the TariUrvtf Fl.riila, Libellants paid to thoInsured," 1\ithijjI\ the letter of GovernorForjjyjlf country ,by having it surveyed and, the Surgeons say.and for

S That from and alter the ptssa, of this : about .l l5d (XK), and $72,50Qat Key we, fbrget'fbat"there is brought into market. The gOO small Under .542 for the Mates.
any this
S. :t ACt Joiuthan Jefterion- HammocK, 01'the Wosfto, regain the brig'and .cargo r Wlllier of. smQ ness iu disputing cldims you speak of will of course be five act, the Surgeons, after ,
? couaty Duvul.shutl be called and knownby sold the ut-jviobHe years service, will receive 93,)
and
the JoniUt&n jtIl they brig cargo about boundary. Though decided by the Register and Receiver.I dollars
I name ton .rbIK- for about i ; aftor ten years service, 1000
9OOOO. -
pen. iteu'ridfve fallen on evil times when am your roost'obed'tserv't. dollars and after
S j'ti1: Jtniwty 8, 1823. ) The Respondent was a Florida' qhr :corps of Americnu patriots have Jos. M. \V hite.t 1200, dollar twenty The years service -
,
; ApprPbeJ&.nt1Iry 1. 1828; trrocker ; .he i found the.vessei aground : become so enfeebled: by ago und ',nL j t E.' B. Gonin, Esq, St Au4rtne. of tins' Apsfsnmt Sargeoou"t compensaof Wo&1-
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that tt l1iwho fad t fcwd) imprison iftbtf *. to 60 bat this fcirinot! U *
( clolfcirs"after. five -carcr ,i :A mcssaga n-tj subsequently i 'ieI I ; Deflect ; A patent bagbeca granted hi Eng
ceived from the Senate: notifying thar *df had bee'n strangled! after two t assessed Until after th- Receiver shall have land for Air Bed
vice ; aud S 13 dollars after ten years attended *. at least twice" at or ucar the a newly irireqted or.
service.. Mr. H. concluded with I the 5c* ute recede from their amendment days of torture! It w .jDrQired from master ground io each Captain's beat" Mattress!-TBc lic (rog is formed of .

some general retmiks: on the advantages to this bill. The bill has, therefore this, he being iialfve of Scio, that' and-here.. we have neither. "muster ground," cotton clqtb, with a coating of pre- _

of the proposed system.Mr. I S 6nailv p>esej both Houses. the rastlc of Scio hud fallen' i intj 1ie. C&pt" '! beat" Captain or privates !. pared guot elastic and.an outer corer- .
;: .1 I ndhow b tk6'Receiver attend
: Macon and Mr. Chandler, I 'Tuesday, March I8f*. hands of he Greeks. wbicji exist only in name to upon ear at a statute place ingofsilk. It-issp .portable that it

9pokc against the bill. I' Mr. Hamilton, from the Committee A letter from Smyrna,.Ml"athJ t.,book If:..However, wje trust other ptrts of i may be carried in the Docket,and may

Mr. Hayne: replied, and poke of on Military Affairs, to which was 4, states that the'city! *. a> much agitated oar Territory may not be similarly situated be filled and ..imptid at pleasure-

the necessity procuring for the Naval !r referred the bill from the Senate, entitled in consequence of 'informationfiprd -,and.that eoOfb-mrf be collected (over They are sold jo .England for about.

service competentSurgeons, and : "An act authoring; the esta- Constantinople, and the most and above what who nay be runaway- with or 25 dollars &.are-favorably spoken of. _
i collect
'fcejrt bytnoK"- it) to pay the ..
of the expediency of offering them a : bi! :iimient of an Arsenal on the waters considerable merchants had embark**.' dents and expense's df the Territory ; -T _- t .L. _

Suitable coinnfcns-iuon, in urder to obi I I of Mobile aud..Pensacola Bays," ed, and put their property in a plateS'of though we shall be better satisfied if the Pensacola; ::1i. Currant.Cornttidwct1cly'forJ,1it .
.
Min them. .Thirty six new Surgeons !I reported the same without amendment safety. The principal editor.qrthe Jaw can be made to operate equally on itli.S PtnsatsLt

since 'and the bill was then committed. Oriental Spectator,..lt1r.t} BlolttIue.had S Section 21 contains; a salutary provUhmwe .
t hnd, lie nid, been appointed! hope it may be enforced,and wuh itCpuM S ., S .Gazetteff. '
d : the year .1/W4. and tlus.he. mctuti ned Wednesday, March 19/A. been arrested by order ''Jfthe French be made retrospective. ff..; ftrfl.. *3 to 2gJO ct;.

a? M projiftii.it m-iny of th\' experience. ::: Tim House resolved itself into consul, and with 'hi, jiresses. put on ;I I II I Bale:R p., lb. to 15 .J

Surgeons mI -.ba.vel\ft.thter-:1 j i Committee the> whoif, -on the itatft board the Pomona to be transportedto I WASHINGTON, March 21.-In tlie ;Bacon, 7 to 7i

.. vice, or iit! \'acaudc.svon".- '" not have of-the Union, Mr. P. P. Barbour inthChr. Toulon for having inserted iu the 'Semite, ynstcrda'y, a mot.ion made! by I Beef, bbl. lb. 's."; 13 to to 16 12ButterCotrntry ciiNorthenr ,
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taken place. The::-experioceof I I 300th number of that Journal, very I Mr BRANCH, to consider th? resolution 20 to !'5 ..


them to -idopt the'principle of this t i m'ice: take: up' the bill niaking ap- Government. The banishment oCt!' of Congress was, after I Cotton, Upland ?ito 9 ..

. :Billmenis: m ik'n! ; ;: a distinction of emorufe !! proprialtoas for the military service of Mr Blanque is much regrettedj as he some discus-ion, I lost, without a division. Copperas Cofre";;Prime, by Greed the bbl., by, lb.Ihe-3j

: between the cider and junior'.\''the year 1S28, in order to consider was a man much' esteemed, and as .i' ., The consideration of the bill b:1l:-Ib.. S 16 to 18 c.

. Snr eotib-'iid making the compensation i the amendment mad by the Senate.. his trust of president of French commerce : |HTuvidioy{ fr the adjustment of (private Corn.by the Cnr: bUlh. 75 cu.

in all cases, adequate to the I II The Committee then concurred, in caused him to be much respected land claims in several Slates! and Cordage Ib 16 cu.

of the best talens. I the amendment made by !lre Senate. by the local a'jthotitics.rlhe Territories: was revimed, md a substitute Cheese. ; 9td 10 ctt
employment I Corri Meal, bush. (none) 100 _
Mr. H irrison said, there were certain j I The Committee then rose and reported second editor had fled. was offerred, by Mr. DERBIEN. Flour, Western bDl. 6 .

pr.u"rces: of the countries of Europe I the bill, and the amendment SMYHXA, Dec. 29. If Northern G 76

: which were well worthy of our i,: was concurred in b} the House. Softie Our Pacha has beci HI :king military In the English House of Commons, Gin, Holland, GalL i 25 to 1 50
Coi'ntr\', 46e
;nuutio: : ; though, in general, they I Bill was finaHy passed.Thursday preparations for several days on tire I2lli Feb. Mr. litinusau!- Gunpoinlrr;? -50 to 760

mihiMth::: sulety: be full owed.. The March 20M. past. Considerable qualities of pow-I ,*'lf e was glad to hear from a naval Hides. tHy lb. 9 CU;

: principles ot hits Bill lud been long I The speaker laid before the Home .ier have arrived froir the interior, officer, qrho had heen n>ently travel- Salted 06i "

British the of the nd learn that batteries h.vc been Iron, lb. to 6$
ud.ip'ed .11,1! practised; in the a letter troni Secretary we ling in ITnired States that their
I I the ,
the information rlIsPllthe whole of the Lumber, Yellow Pan, M. 13 to 16 $
had derived transmitting exteit; quay
A .iiy MI i Navymd; I Treasury, navy \-fS not to be weighed for a mo- Red Cedar, prime 20 CU cubic ft. _
2rt' .: buu-tits therofpmi. To the '! called' for by the House ou tne 8tM(! which borders the Tirkish qu uier. incnt in the balaHce against the Drilish. Stave. W. O.Hhd. M. 18 to 20 8 -5-

3u: .;eonof the Bnush service we 1 1 itiit. in relation to the location of the: I A park of twenty pieces large cannouis I i They' had orilif. onC-linc-ef battle Pipe SO to 25 ? _

ow mtHof the most'ahutble scientific !Own*hip} of land granted to the Keuj expected from Constantinople. ship, the Delaware. They hid 4 S Shingles 24 to 5.;,

tee.at n-Ihchliaveof hteyearsbi'Hn"ei I j tuckv Asylum for teaching the Dent i S ODESSA. Dec30. fr: att's': of 64 guns of the first class, LeatherUpperSidi Seal hl). ..-2 50 28 to to 4-26eU.31 _
n'udd-n.ut in our and Dumb which'was read and laid I Strict orders have been i issued to ? _
, :: rn to the ; & 2 fnghtes! of the sfccond class ; they Mackerel No; 1. b1JIJ _
:,: .ervict'-he would'not say .m the Nip .If on thc t Lle. Friday March 21. t.I the Russian'merchants and ship owners Iliid nine sloijps of the first class: eight 3 6 5S S'a

.\. ; but he would sny ut .thn irmy, Mr. P; P. B-rrbour: from the satnecommiiiee 'to send no vessels to the Mediier- f the second, Hud four ro'v-l>mns to .3 S.' 6 ,. .
toItueJ! GuL .. 10 to 35 cti.cU.
. .:: tiere was a total; deficiency; i f any i I to.wliich was referred tljemcssajre'of rane n. This procedure was near Attend on those sloop?making in all ails! cut, Jbb g -

. : ,oiofr.jhnt.imiing thr SurgeonsHe the Presidorit onhe'.United -' 'c usiii2' so'rmJ! disorders at Oczjkow, 8 ships and mj nioro." \VrQtlgbt, p: ,# 18110 23 as _

-... 5pokt" : from actu.il: observation, wlienhe Stftles,.tPilismrttmw'Copies. 'of c6tonumtcatrony ;-" 'aV-fheihilitary governor was v.chinedteiteiid the 13th Pitch, bbl. ... 4 $ _
said that; our soldiers were more from ,fhe' (iovernof 'ofGeorgi.'ij : the prohibition to foreign Another tl'urlliIlK.-O 'Pork, hbl.) g tb 11 fi _
1I I inst, says lhe No.'walk, (Conn) GaZette Pepper, Ib. 36 ct*.
than of the divi '
afraid of the Surgeons : : elating to the Inn? lmg vessels. Many complaints wore 1nHfu:
Potatoes, hisJi".bLt. .
nnncd ls ac
r4 bullets and bayonets of the CHem\ that State! from the Territory of Flu- by the English captains, through the ,\' ,\\'cIi a yotjr.g living: mill in 0:1:irieu; rornmit- Sweet, bush. .'., fi 20cti..
Our in time of ait \va rida nnde thereon whichwas medium of thuir consuls hen Count arc ,
1 men, war, : a report Rosin; bbl. : # 4 $
vrrll known, were exposed to double read and laid on the table. haler has quieted them by directing ted suicide hy drinking rum It is Rice, cwt. ,. 4& "
stated, that after drinking, very freely: Rouge, bush. 60 tofj24 cii _
the of battle and
ian;! jr-to pcriU fo'reign vessels not to be detained I
stonj-he returned home found Rum, Jam. Gal. l2 tol 60
at -
; the perils of cmpiric.sm. lie hoped From a Jotter of the Paris; Journal
L FOREIGN. his father' bottle drank of the N. E. do. ,,4 to 60
pint
that! the Senator from North C.iroli- --. ,- du Commerce the 18th .February< a Ratseu*, Muscatel, box ;4 tb 6 $
afier
and
ni: would abandon his objections: to received by liP Rhine, it uppears that} liquor, not long expired. Bloom: 3* to 44

ihe Bill. from the .Ytru York Ttlcgraph. an address in reply to tin King's The Masonic Mirror.-The periodical sugar, New Orleans, in bbl,. O CU.
; From We afternoon do. in hbdil 4 to S
.:1r.I.tcon saw that the health of Europe. yesterday Speech had been voted with much paper of this naaic, which has Loaf aud Lump O to 22}cti
received Boston
rn ;;rmy depended 1 more on the Cap- papers. containing thatwe immunity by the Chambers. '1 headdress hitherto, for the last three or four Shot, bag, .' 3 $

__ tn'm linn on the Surgeon. the foreign intelligence responds to the sentiments of years, been published in Boston, is Salt, in 4 bush bag, ."i. 3| to 3| 9

The:: Bill was ordered to a thirdrr ropy he low, ; brought by the brig the Speech, and intimates: a conViction i (coritinued, for want of |roper ],airoaage. Bushel, : -I. 75 cU;

: .ilini! by ? large !tnaiorit. Rhine from Havre, with dates from that Turkey will not reject die I Possessing:: nominally, two Sean, American M. 2 $ -
_
that the} 20th and I II Spanish ? 12 to 20 Q
to February
place : found impracticable
Bill n"the it
(Tiu w.is p-iised 17th.) proposed meditation and resort to ho>- thousand subscribers WdS SteeJ l, Germnn Ib. 17 cts.
Bashaw from Liverpool
j Monday. March 17'th. I by tbc pricket ship tilitUrs..1 1 I( S to collect arrearages: from Crowley S 15 to 18

.' ntsgt. was lereived from die I bringing London and Liverpool '__ --Lit half that number, and the undertakinghas Bistered! 16 to 20
i papers: of one day later than be- ; American 6 to 10
abandoned.
;
II therefore been
.Jf
: .ILj'l! Ke.presentntives, :tiinouncing XT SiFU1DAV. COT .
tm.,. 'Ja Tar, bbl.Tobacco. S 3 $
.
.w ,
th. t tbe House had disagreed i to : vC : -
:::: ::: : Chewing. Common lOlo It
Letters had) been received Paris <
I tht inv ndrnrflt made In the Senate J ; at ;. \) '\ l \\\ .\.:\ !. Cavendish, 30 to 6O

To tue i.iii for uuking appropriations from Constantinopleto January II tI1. --. -- -- Tallow, 1 Ib. 8 eta.
:
for fonii'cations, viz :. the appropriation It was reported at Constantinople, .- LitcrpolJIarkt, Feb. "0.-The Whiskey. by the Bt!. Gal. 30 to 33

th.u the,Count Capio d'Istria had arrived almost iviiho'ula'lteratioir' -------5---- __-J. ._ -.
the fortification
Market
(griOOGO to at Cotton continues -
t B.ire.yu: ti-t. . t in the Morea, and had been it i is stwdy, but hn ,1'.OIM Editor of the Pen, aca Gazttte.
SIB Aboutthe little
difficultiti)
f : which
Mr. Smith, of Maryland, mot.eell.proclaimed: Chief. of the Greejl government me.,ins brisk. New Upland Cottons aretf3 todk place to day at the' Court House

th.'t ihi'! Senate' recede trb'rti. their anien I ; &. that a new allied'Squadron a ()IA; the latter are cxtr.cnc.pri- duringthe election for Mayor.and Alder- .

4 meni-Agreed to. including some vessels of tin .ri-s but of old cottoia; tboroarft considerable men for this City, and of all I have said

A rr.esv.ge; was received from the Netlrerlands: entered tho Archipelago |>arcels otfeiiug of mixed qual- myself I declare to you that no body even
,, towards I to this moment, has come forward to
and -Vas advancing yet
othti Hou-e the S
r.nnouncluc'that
.
i iu ts at 51 a 5.g.The'rmport ask satisfaction.
me I Sir
any! expect. ,
theDardanelles.. This had
news -
lloi!sc }had agreed to Uiefirst afnendmeiu : th;s year considerably that will! be pleased to gite'publica-!
APRIL 11th 1623.. you
forted the Sultan from his attitude of
anti disagrtei! to the Second a- ex, eeds that orJast year, and this will tion to the above, for the knowledge of

mt'iidment made by the Senate, to thetill calmness', to measures of an opposite; Veritf Sans J'eur. probably be the case till about the all those wbo then were present.

nnktMg anjtropriatioiis for the character. He had given orde.rs for ----- -- r_ W= end Mirclt, The lat \'eal's imports Very.respectfully, 4
S' ,. closing the Dosuhorus. Several vessels All the packages of letters from Mont- Thomas
G'omyns
eJceSJitwe
:\L\'V. ) should luive haviucr hecn require -
botDt'rj' Iillc1.LJeyowdwhich ar.
I
Mr. Smith! of Maryland, moved uf war had been sent to reiiifrcethose i iye.Ijtt the P.iwt Oifice in thin City on :;un., n great filling olf this year, to I Penu"01a,7th April,'1828.-4-2t. .

S which were at anchor in the d< litsf.wer erroneously s..uro BIak Icy,'I so'aito -'
tliat thr Si-nate iccede. Agreed to. 4) give anjMor.lldeace: improvepriced. THE :
channel. arfif'wcre rcc4ve(1 iu ihe lU,1if ftooi that .
So the! nil! wa finally passed. .- .
'S of Portewas place-ou Tuesday 'last. x robtmti4s
The manifesto the ,
S Wednesday, 19th March. new .' We have hen vorf'd with another Z1Ma7Iu.

S_ Mr Harrison! from the Committeo received at Paris.! The Journal,. Election I for Oil1crs. letter ofFeb.. It "rciceived by n mercuntile FOR the acquisition of AbRICULTU-
des! Debuts not being able to publishthe City friend lttc LITERARY, and AllaCELLANLOUs .
lilit.ln'tfHr which frtftp JMaury
on to vas re- srs. ,
Ou .Moiitl.iy Ust an Election& vvn lu>!d faT : KVOWLEDGB.-
copunitted" their repot, "on the expeiiivucy whole in the paper of the 20th Mayor and Aldermen of the City. J' l'cnsa. L'alir m ,V Co. containing the follow- "
isives the following extract : cola fur the The 1 suh "Po F eb. Cotton "Knowledge is power, -Of eon.
of continuing: or abolishing ; ensuingyea f U.lS. iug tscript. 21st
THE
FAKMKH'A MAGAZINE is
tin- office of Major General in the ar- "As it is evident that the pretence I"ORI..OR.. -. Steady since; the above, and demand to contain information drawn frona dosijrned -

l n iv ot' hc United! tte' reported it ofliborfy in favorofthe Greeks tends JuhuJurrison! rather good. AUTHENTIC SOURCES relative to the
with the rc'solution to nothing less (Heaven preserve U3!) York. March i and
; iollowing rOR ALDEH fE .' S JVctff 19.Cotton. I In provement management of remark-
"
4 7ir56rtvThat, it is expedient toI than to make all countries of Eu. John de I h RIM, Pablo Pulirx! *?, .-The s'lle lor the last able Farms! sources of .Manure, number

S abolUh) the office of Major GcneraJ.O I: rope and Asia here the Greeks are Hl'nj. '_). Wn;.'iit, Ilriu,> Midielft!, I three d.ivs amount to nbour 1200 bales and kind of Stock, farming.utensib, laborers -
mixed with the Musaelmon' fall into F. H. :.Sisbct, Ji'liii Cunjiit r, ; dairies, &c ; AGBIQULTUIIALI.VIHHOVEMENTS
tiered bo .
: w printed.Thursday comprising about f 00) Uplands at
,
t. the hands of the infidels the Fraiinpoa Mureno, Joliu Girnlcct! ; dawinfs _nd de-
b'S March 20//i. to put No.ih! H. Allen. 8 to 10 cts. a small proportion only fit scriptioiu of usFVk 1NVEjmOtf| S ;
Mr Smith Rajahs -insensibly in the place of the We iindei taiiil that Mr. Gamier declined of critical notices
of Md
from the Coni1 the former price, the same quantity andretecof! such put>.
I
Finance Ottomans, and the Ottomans in the spArrival rvig. : and New fications js may tend it> the, interests o?
mitfee oo to" which was -re- Ahbama at I 9 a 10$, 200 ,
: place of the Rajahs to cflivert 4 'I' the Husbandman ; improTements in ibchrewl
ferifdthe Bill ; per-
making appropriations: Orleans at 10 to 12J cts. a few bales
of the S h' k. of DOMliSTlO
1 r ANIMALS
into churches and ac.
haps our ;
for Internal Improvements- mosques of fine quality, at. the latter
reported to make bells rrsoinid from them and The United Sutes' Schooner, SharkLieut. only, counts of such FOREIGN mini DOMES*
the :lr.Je"ith several amendments. : Comma mlniu McIvKEVEu, nrrivetial pric Charleston, March 24.Cotlon.SealshtOJ,22 TIC trees, shrub! vines, plants, seeds and
1 l'riday,3Iarch. in a word easily and promptly to annihilate the Navy Yard, ?' nstlcnla on Tuetdaylast. a 27; Short ){rain, ?; as are considered necessary or use.

%I-. Ellis, from the Committee on : Islamism ; neithei law nor 8tfi iiitt. ; Olficrrs and Crew in guuii Staple, 8| a 10J.SeaIslands I till for subsistence, comfort or ornament

Public Lands, reported a bill granting I reason, nor policy permit the accep- health. Sailed from Norfolk on 14th ult of the finer descripfioirs J with INFORMATION relative to their
tanee: of such propositions. and left the kloop of War Fahnouth. C. W. I treatment, growth requ isite kinds of 50:1."-
400,000 acics of land for the purposeof The !. Morgan Esq. Ciuimanderbuuud eJr P'usa. are still held at high rates, but &c. ; and in shnrt: whatever may tend to

improving tho natation!! of rivers proc iination enjoins upon all cola, to sail lint fair wind. there has beer little or nothing doingin I increase the produce of the soil, and advance *

in Mississippi: ; which was read and the public agent3 and functionaries, a .I We are favored with the following list of them during the Week. Thc very : the RURAL ECONOMY. of the

passed in a second reading. general armament. P Preparations the o lfi cefS of the Shark : iate advices fiom France and England country. *

Mr. Benton notice that I were making for a vigorous resist ISIA.U McKkEveR Esq. Commander. in the 1 inert ron will always be given to such
55 gave on Lieutenants \\ >. NeWmnu haVe caused a depression
., UiAUl f Archibald RKPORIS, addresicsand as
A papers
ance. hundred thousand Kurds may
Monday at 1 o'clock he'would move R. Bo ardus.. i price and demand for Uplands ; hold- be communicated for publication by the

S. 10 take up tile bill for the graduation were said to be already on their .Ualu.-'I.anc1s B.: Ellison. .' I*rs of true prime lots! however, continue -' several AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES

of the price of public lands.! march, and would arrive in Euroue Surgeon.otru R. C handler vCaptain's firm, while reduction of from at' thi* anti other States. .
by the end of March.- Clerk.-Benjamiif Ckhoooe.Midshipmen. A LAND will contain
S in the pound has been REGISTER as
House of 1 j to of a cent
Representatives. -Spencer C. Gist,:John.M. : far
Another letter from Constantinople and iu- u practicable, a 4tst of farms which
S Gardner Henry Walters, Saou&l 1 Pe'nhullow submitted to for the middling
are now, or hereafter be.FOtt SALE
S Saturday 15/i March, 1SS.f states that the Grand Seignor Henry F. Toulmin. : terror descriptions.Povt account of may their size situaiioi:
,
f The amendrneUl of the Senate to caused to be arrQSted several Scioto Sailug Master Henry W. Morris; passenger and such other particular u quality be

the bill entitled "an act junking; appropriations Greeks, among whom was the rich to join the: (I. S. ship Erie..., deemed useful may
...
I t.
for the military service Realli, charged with having communications -. Space will be afforded for the SOLID
Tetters from HranaToceiTed: *atCharJes-
of the United States for the year I with the Insurgents, and had! ton state, that the Yellow Fev.v was 'very and Sterling BEAUTIES of LITERATURE -

1828," was read and referred to"the S caused them to be*cast into the Bos- prevalent aiqongst the crews. .. of, American the usrfularu and ScieW-i ., Natural -
Committee of Ways and-Means. Boschi. The Greek vessels in that Port. S History and Pmlowphjr, Biography,
richest 'l1'mW
; taudji .
'.' ........ I S- Voyages and frave hi, state of the market
Monday, Match 171. merchants were alarmed and fled, ", I I in the principal Shrap< rt ,>&*. be-

SS The bill from tire Sen.ito. entitled"An among whom was Danesi, banker of rt. J'az'Lailn.nct-jtQ.ralve a.rcveukui this paper kx.tueecFi will be ft>und oil.: Veiysaco\.a.. I S '1'l.Ek.M5.-- ., ,
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S :. act far.the better ofganiwtiou of the Russian embassy, who has already of:tin Florida," which demindtftatieiitioii 1 w. TH& P.tJfYERS'HAG.\ will fcaptiblislied '

the Medical Dtparttziem or the Navy I been once exited to Asia.. An"order of all the Inhabitants. of jOVW"- :,' 'Torrtory.fhw ENTERED. Sr.HfciH> "tJ.LV t' tKe priOC
.
4 S of the United States," 'was twice'read". '.wits' issued for 'aU subjecto'fFaucs tflt Territory is in wnntof i .;Ret t-oue v April 5/A.....iSchr. Victoire, Jones,. II th.ree.dokap.p-tc cKbua'the,tilths

and referred tOlbe Committee Tiav ,. England, abd RUM, to depart has Long been appaxeiit;.for ttooi; K large New Orleans. CcrgotoJ. :Pescay, of itihsci'bng or oa -.eocipt of the r1t
.5 : l Anairs.Tlie The Government sum wat t..se wt4''l ). jhe Uiwjji ;pf_an m- Kopraan and _Hyer, R.-DHby, Au*- number.- That FORM'and'SIZE? bd'ra ..
lorthe'Arliipelaga. -
Las
iitnrl.tne: add the Master.i .
Committee'then took will tolerats them no Ion. been' ctttpeadea ; but;weiSubi 1IC hether, t o wild Finlay, nteotfor 6iwligivr\nle\ .the tcz1uj of tHe,
onsluerI\'on up'theS ;ger. Some,only of the.most'respect- un4eribe law now pub bciV e rt. .MeDtI <#A.-Schr. Grecian, Gage, .Hatana. paper, feou ot'the type,*( aii r/jF nenrf
theamcDiJment
by tr,: Senate in made i: able.remaiir-under the immediate protection in rbit pain of Fleaida will* gajr.faiet. :: for Cargo 74 bags Coffee to N. H. and the general erecuuun-oi the wcrs.
the 55
: bill making aopropnatiOQs of the I.otte.to the *oine time to coot. ;a Alton. LEAKED. will be sucb>' it is hoped xr'U reflect
I
liquidate
for the ? the lit the$1' place h Is 4 giIajJiether the Publishers and GRATIFY
: Grrdvfef credit on
Support o \'w lliam '
Slh.- Brig ; ,
!\J W:9. ,aflVirs of all, bqt; beyond this no exception persons can"- found 'bo will ssSCepr lie April 1LSTP.ThWiS. .-

S The first I is admitted-no foreign protection 'outers of Hrcnver o( tax K $Uriu>juKt'C6KUdot Pbiladelphia. Cargo 2 H' bales cot- I }:jiwr* givins the above a few inser.
'
S amendment was concurred I i is admitted. of taxes, and five th* iv
la : fitfr Some discus.:" on the I A letter from Odessa, dated Jan. In the' second place people arc unwilling rnionjr. SAlleE'D.I work. A dress'}.. 2' RicttAiBito'x & 'CoV

S .elonJ. t!IIC q siicn was taken, andS [27, gives !inforntitoa: .from Constant to "grve iu" their property: them under;'- I April 9th.iScbc.. lparsfc,:Holly, : Agents for the pmprieiorn.
ne oath, aad it is difficult to conipnH
atrcadrnent! ifds d I torch 1, 1828. _
irecd tu. j I thoplc re ::JS 14hIt faa reorted.. troe7 ptatltj .f daatl* ta. es U im1'oi.<<, 1 )lg :He.- S Philadelphia

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j I ; tIST OF LETTERS, I, ,1o, T11 1 CnVt' several times, heretofore, called the attention '

Tkidnura )crofthe Penficola Gaxrne audI nIH 1 4: SU OF WEST FLORIDA, \ of our readers, to any of the
h; Remaining in the Port Office at Fensa-', I West Florida Advcitiscr'complctcs four\nhjmes, I forms his friends its Geography, Topo- beautiful publications with which our
F
r" Co3.ofl the lat of April( 1828 ; which i I which Uve been published under the mipenu.! draw Deeds &c., with an Appendix, country now abounds, and which are uh.
. 41. not called for within three months,will be : tendence of its Editor, and during tins ,
:
: ; present Powers of of its Antiquities, Land Titles, ished at rates astonishingly cheap. Some
:: p r sent'to the General Post: Office as Dead i I whole period only tf.n nnioberp have hecn issued of Attorney in short time since we receivedhe.Jlrti
I he ment Writing
While ac
.liirin hi abs from the City.
',. Letters.A. i I' knowledge uce imperfection* &deflcicncicwhich ?. forms, on the usual f TOGETHER WITH nineteen numbert (by the way, we shoiUcJ) ; -
:]; .-S. R. Allston, John Anguo jr. I Ij many continuance of its visits of ['a.
Al have doubtlew l>ccft apparent in the manner continuance of their Map iff West Florida, like a )
;; "B.-Juhn Ball Egbert B. Birdsall, i iI conducted lit cannot but hope I AniEt Oj-if/e," publisaed
j i' it has been \v. a Chart of the Coast= a Plan ol a Literary
I Gabriel 15ertrand, Doctor Brosunham, I that be may justly; claim credit for hu as.idUJty every other Saturday in Philadelphiaat '
: t Robert Bawick G. M. and zeal in its management, and for his feeble Pensaola, 26th I the low rate of One Dollar a Year, COI\-
J.: IVBorges, tndeavore to give eatisfaclion. Ynang and in- \ of TeusacoYa
: ; : Brooke 4, Seth Besse, F. W. Brady ('xperii'nced,1mc undertook the publication of a taming eight pages, royal quarto, and oc
;' ::t. public journal with much distrust as 10 hiF abilities Entrance of 1'enwcoia iiaruour. casionall} accompanied with engravings i

r. ..;:'! :.., ,.John VV;. Bradbury. to discharge the arduous and reiponsible Under JOHN Lt -: WII.M.VM: *. the typographical execution is hand O 1e, ...,''>(
r h .;'.It!J. C.-Dimricio Cuss, Isaac Clark, duties which would devolve on him, but with a THE legal: Jitot rcrcfrr for sale by and the articles highly interesting. 1.

; ':'t 1 Horatio .Cross"- luli L- Cross, Fernando -: firm determination, by industry he and needed perseverance and- vira Zulcta.widow: of \v. tla ell Hunt. One of the most beautiful engravings 14.,
,
Chrlstin Felipe Caro James acquire the experience meriy of this city, which we have noticed of bite, is a CI'Ut -- ;\ ,;,
: Ins talents', be they
1 .j, to utrtud or fall oiwn own : : 8th Jan. 18273EASTO1LES ,
of the Miniatures of Nine eminent livi "i-
of said ,
estate Uj f
r.r; Callahan Andrew Kcgher Cuper, ever so feeble lie hal steadily pui''ued the ------ -- '.
: course which he thought correct, aud, solely for sale: a. i ng American Pt>ets." (Halltck, Bryant }i
Thomas
; !: Edward M. Creighton, reHiK>iinble for the errors and weaknesses! of One lot and house &c. Pinckney, Sprague, rercival, Brooke,

) *1. Cooper the Editorial department of the Gazette, he on IntendenciJt Street :)ubscriber'ha! just received per I'ierpont, Woodworth, and WashingtonIrvine .

l : JL>.,-.Darius Def're, Isaiah Doane, hops? that a small for portion of praise may of his bawarded One tract ElizaDcth from New Orleans,-ma- ,) topicd from original portraits, taken
him Iionestexpreshni
i : ; William, Davail, Mr. Druramond.E. opinion,to and for, his an earnest' endeavors! to ad- ofland situated be i I hi> ussortmenl of Sea Stores very expressly for the NEW Yon a Mxuaua

.-: ; .-Thomas B. Elecjan, Francis. vance the iiitercbU ofthe City and ot the Tcrri-" the Bay of pensacola. !. : and Ladies' Literart Gazette ; which accompanies -

" 1/ti- B. EtisonFrederick E.D aVIir tory. ground is said to be in baskets the number for January 2Gtli,
. i;. : \V c have received! from the Community as manufacturing bricks containing: biographical sketches of the

i':;: Easton, Alfred \V. H. KlwesF. much encouragement and support, a?, undrr as well as easy ; cheese iu boxes persons represented. This single number :

:". .-Tboiwis W. Frcelpvc 2, Au- existing eirt-uinftHnccs, we had a right to rxpect must make the we think, is well worth the price of "
and individuals! we arc indebted do.
I, ::::&'t 1.; gusuu Faire 2. for their; exertions to many serve us.by increasing; the ; grasse*, Prunes, Almond a yearly subscription to the Mirror, which

:t :I G.-Elisha GrushJ oh)} M. Gard- circulation of our paper and endeavoring to brcb Wine is published every Saturday, at Four nol
....: : Pf'nsaeola, } ,
I Nathaniel promote the interests of our establishment. To lars per annum. The Editor promise
N; ;. Her, Alexander Gibson, these, and to all those who have really patronisedUP Flour another ftimiUr pJate at a future pt-riod. .
:;-:. ..I. Gage. we tender our grateful acknowledgements) ; \ifonuatioiOIRAM do halfbbls. The Casket ofi'hiUdelphia, in Ottuo
::t' but it is useless to deceive ourselves and others! CoffVe, Salt, Pork
H. Wm. Hall Col. Humphreys form
continues in
: SA to be publish&l a manner
by concealing the (.ict, lhat we need amore extended rel, No. 1, and No. 2*
::i:.: Lynch Iluisman. ) patronage and the mure prompt payment .. abseit or Gushtii butter highly gratifying to its patron and

I ri I.-John Innerarity. of all subscriptions.: We have been anxious Vuginiaabout ten ye I i Cincinnati covered Hams very creditable its Editors. We have
, Jack- that our paper should; be known, and have, from he was in received two numbers of the Second Volume .
J. Jackson James : Bacon &a.
;L i : George therefore, been willing heretofore to wxtcnd Sampson is living, I (for January and February) the first
, :'f.a Son. indulgence to those *\ho, with intentions really Julius Pescay.
ontutns .
I is requested to : a Portrait of AJDKKW J.ACK.Wf: ,
: ; K.-Richard T. Kinnon. to comply patronize with U he:!, were condition not able to pain conveniently advance to lations. Any I 26th. Fcby_1828-50-tft he second a Slat tIe ofVn.I.UM-- PXN. '

.j i ;,:, L.Jacob Lindermon, William but it IB now time for all such to prove that theyhave directed to Thomas Those Subscribers who have Fov.

:i;:. Lambert, Francisco Llopes, Solomon not been imposing upon our aceomodatingilifpofitioii Wiccomico Church, LAND AGENCY. warded through us the price of the first .

, ;;;; Loringt Wm. K. Latimer 2. ; H. a mode of proving it, we call I H%sell Hunt, P'n HIR I jubscnbers! have opened an of voJumet are reminded that they now owe -
; all and the
upon them to pay up arrearages, at be attended I for the second.
promptly
M. E. Merlet JasMcKenney lie circulation (; for the purchase and sale of
ndeavor
,
Same time tot to uicreHtse.; I
; .it.1 vtronthze Mother aid the most useful and
Michael Isaac McKeever of our papcrR; and not to allow our subscription at St. Augustine, in the house for- Among valuable
:I..r, McCarty, list to be shortened, because we demand }Ja\- H. Sampson. occupied by Col. Perrault the works of our Country i i. the AMERICASFARXCK

.i ;1i; .'' Wra. McCallum, Mr McVoy, Tho ment for our lat labors, and cpcct; an assurance OjTEditors:: in the went corner of the public square, pu lilhedb.J. S. Skinner, liiq.,

: t r.l: masMcVoy, Duncan McKinsie 2, of future support. confer a f favor, by : desirous to accomplisU ci- of Baltimore weekly, at Five Dollars a
To our friends in and about the City we sertion. I persons >ear. Oftcn single number ef this
Thomas J. Moore publication -
David Manlovr
I! &e or sales; oi'real estate, are
have endeavored to render our establishment ,
Jesse Moore 2 Hamilton Morrow, always \ \o leave their commands. [ contains irtatter worth to any tor _.
useful, by the gtatuitous -
1. expOsure
mer, the full price of a year's
t Juan John Machoaheimer all who felt the ) long residciice in the Territory of I subscrip
; ,; Mego, of our exchange papers to By has enabled the subscribers tion. It has a very extensive circulation,
.It r Oouverntrur Morris S. inclined to peruse them and while we are ,
: 'r ted with but we still wonder that: it is not more ,
r allowed them intimately acquainted near-
aware that by so doing we to
'
. !.: O.-John O'Sullivan. individual land in thi- generally subscribed for by all, and more
claims
i j anticipate 'ltRJ was to appear in our columns N pursuance of the to ,
, 'k,! PSevcrm Palao,James Pierson, we conf'f.-s we have been astonished .L tenth section of as well a* to their titles, locations, purticuUily by the numerous class, for

' ;<": G Stephen Purinton, Francis Porter, and provoked when remarks to our disadvantage approved on the 3d and relative value. And the in- whose use it is especially intended, and to

I :'r;i. ElMs Philips, Timothy Paige2, John httvebrcn reported to us, as coin tied An Act ( appj'cationa made for informa whom.nformation.its files .present a fund of invalua

I ". t"h ing1 from those who, without patronizing us tary to the act for a- every part of the United States,
:: .Page 2 David Porter.
., :':'oi'!ri ill any wayhave taken advantage the use titles to Iiiitls an the especially, respecting sugar estates, There are many other periodicafsof,
'f R.-Mary Reynolds dfour We trust, however that eqiul merit witn the above mentioned '
.: papers. and to provide for ') them to beliee, that tin ea- -
, .;s 4. S.-Jeremiah Smith, John! SICO, the number of these impolite gentlemen, is of the Public Lands : ;: of this kind, could be render- -,&neofwhich we have heretofore noticed

1. i r: John Sager, Henry .Slaback, F'rdii..J bat small and that a lar e majority of QUINCT, AiUMt., ? ': \ to the public. and may take some future occasion more .
-:., Smith David those '. ho find our paper uninteresting, America orders directed them for particularly to mention. It will always
w\ nand Smith, Elizabeth tales o. : to copies
j, from the just iv'entioncd. will Consiler us pleasure! to receive and forward
reason give
and make known th well other
. II. Ston Jose Gomez Santavcnia maps or plans as as
;: !I4 '! that it is our duty to mukc it interesl- subscription to either of them, u we
be htld at the Land ( on the above subject, will be
:I ;:! .Andrew P. Simpson, Leah R. Simpson lug to our friends in the country, who have tine, on the second without delay.) Letters, post: may be requested. Among them are, the

1{ : ;i i J. B. Shaw 2, Saunders & Lo not the same advantages from our establishment for the disposal; of : directed to the Land Jlgencgt St. AMERICAN FARiE: *, Baltimore; Weekly,

:4 :' Baron 3. as themselves.Tp HI e anxious! within the I units of n will receive due atteM:iolt. five dollars.
T. Twitchell Jacob !o accommodate to please: all, as far n&M ed and JOHN LEE WILLIAMS NtwYuHK Miunon and Ladies' Lite'
;: -Timothy Towuhiiips ,
i :
t and i in I ,
! : our power ; return ur expect four
situate in the District WILLIAM IJ SIMMONS rary GJztttVeekly.; dollars.
P Taylor David Thompson, Abraham that all residents of the audits < ,
.: permanent City
$ ;! I South oi llie base FRANCIS FATIO. Taic AniJCL, u L'tcrary Gazette, Phihdelpliia : -
, Tomes John A. Turley. vicinity, who partake of our couru\sies, .
; .. In Fractional 1 oWII 27th, 18LT.--14-tf ; SelUi.M nthlr, one dollar.
.1 will to contribute the
.,:rr! V.-Ezra Varuey. not neglect to support CASKET .r FUn&rs of Literature, Wit
, I of our Paper Fractional l To w lI =s.
:::;: .: 'V.-George George Peimarola March 14th, 1828.NOTICE. To\v.ibhi} ; Jos. M. White, and Sentiment, PiiiUddpliu ; Monthly: ,

: Welsh! Henry Wilson! Wm. C. --' Fractional Delegate from Florida, two dollars and an half.
:I
.; i' ALBUM, und LiiUss111'tekly Gazette
Henry S. Tamper, I'hilatlelphia,
.; : Whittle '.Vm.Viiining, Winfrey
: I
i'h.ludelphia S4
<* of Administration the : Fr actiunal i'own. ( Hrush, New York, ,
.;::a.: Williams, Jas. \\7 PSI, Josiah \Whitcher I ETTEH3 Estate of Catharine Wilson hte on oft I E. Bee, Charleston, Tux SovvESiu, Philadelphia, Weekly, .

,! :. er, Wm. Ward, Frances L. Williams, he County of F.scamhia, deceased, having Office.'w J.mc3 WiUiams! Baltimore. three c1 ll.&rs. '

, ...... Stephen WilliHms, Charles F. Wall, been granted to the undersigned by the !: MASONIC MiRuon and Mechanic's; .l'n.
; teltigencer, HOlt ; Weekly, two dollars.
; Charles Wood2.Y. The Townkhipj ar :
.;. lion the County; Court for the County of 11 .
I .. order above \ Superior Court. A LC ruN and .Jll4S'IUllrpfJlJtQry, Ntw.Orfc.&ns
t Kscanibia all! k'iiiand
,I :, .-Jeremiah I anccy. ; persons having : the lowest number ; Weekly, five; dollars..Wr .
the of said deceased
: 7:. : Not forwarded) the postage nut bee against called upon to estate pres. nt them without are de < Township.Ljndb District of Florida. *. Colvin's MCSSK.NOSK, Washington..

i .... + '< ing paid]_"Geor re Delany, William !:iy i and those indented, lire requested reserved by ; Hull, I)NATi'JXAut'afc.iCUEit. C.'ccld}', four doilars.

I :.... ':. ** Henry, Lownr Canada. to aiafce payment immediately to : Schools, or Inc other i vs. complt.1 N.w.York; Monthly -
'Ii, -xcluded from sale.litVLn ; o Leu IN CIlA=,eERt. one dollar.
1 ;i1 : (125 Letters.) John Tobin.Administrator.. under rny I C. LIBERAL 1'aEiciiF.n, Boston, Matt: fe

I W. Hasell Hunt Kfne, y. |j Monthly
U aldington, Cook, deft!.) ; gl. ...
1st. 1828 TVnsacola.. llth March lH. ? -5'--81. A. 1). E complainant being duly sworn *
f.- April -3-3t. Fogg3Itijter..J. -- -- -- urj, Madeira Wines, Cordials c.
., 21 saiththat Richard C. Allen of
one
, 1'
,
} NlsBKT
,11' John (
: : u. hereto is not un inhabitant i DECEIVED per bchr. Orleans, troiu _
MAIL ARRANGEMENT. I) lGS 'leave to inform his Friends and ily the !2iiM Phif.idelphia.

It.'"' ) former Customers that he has recommenced '- Ciio. ( of this Territory. He therefore 10 cases superior Old London FarticuJu1
;# ; FLORIDA M ,\L. business at his Old Stand order of advertisement Madeira me.

" '*:. Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock, A. M. where he has for bale a very good a.aort.ment 61-8t. an Allen.' against 10 OM Port \\ ne.
A Departs same tiny at 2 o'clock, P. )I. ofKresh \ 10 "'
Cherry Brandy, Superior.
saith that
; Raltzellbeing sworn
lf BLAKELEY .
:p-V!' Including. Mobile and MAIL.the States of LotlIi'h Seasonable Goods, C OMME; Li of the above aflidavit are true. 20 the Cordials cases, first 1 dox.quality each. assorted ifl

: <* hiana and !Received I arrival from Thomas Baltzeli.
t : Mississippi hy tle laical New f gi'liiib: House, 10 IIVine UiUcrs.

,: t t'' flue every TuesdAV. at 12 o'clock) M.X York and Philadelphia. J&. IHOMAM \\' to before me 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin

.t: Departs ever.' Friday 12 o'clbck, M. 3,3 ;iiid4 Point Ular.kets UKloth ot Fcbruarv" : April (March] 1823.iiobt. 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce. ,

.*:; ALL OTHER: MAILS, 7-4 and 84 Striped Dutfielcl Blankets lio lesjjccilully: ; : A. Lott 6 half: Bbls. Anniieed, Peppcrmiut
: : flue every Sunday at 4 o'clock, P. M. 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney da nonage 01' the : and Cinnamon Cordials
?' i. De'pait every Tuesday and Saturday, at :3 bales White & Drab Flushings; calities a lib id. shall I Clk. s. c. j. c. w. D.f

. : o'clock, A. M.. Blue :md black imperial cloth ; blue and every attention County, F. 20th March 1S28.2tItott1s For Sale by ,

zr Letters which are not deposited nnd mixt castfimere j sat.i netts, assorted :: comfort ot iho.e' who F. H. Nisbet.
-- ; super super and common fancy with a ptciciuice.An : .
one half hour, before the regular prints; 7and 4-4 Irish linens ; Irish excellent: \ J'\e-w N: ()' cl. -PeM:1<:ob. })ec. 20. 1S27.

;. Time'appointed for the departure of lawns ; dimiliest super, 6-4 f.mcy ging the establishment, DISSOLUTION.THE .

the .t\IaiJ. will be detained until the hams white yellow, red and green flannels building Hill &. TABDI'r, partnership of 1..1'L.r.. RC'l li-

_ next Mail ; unless it suits the convenience ; black and colored homhalclts.I out interfering with received, in addition to the Stock ', in consequence! of tne death of
of I printed bomhazetts and Salisbury flannels : quiet of the house, Mr. James Kushton dissolved
the Post Master to mail I be always ON HAND AT TIJ ; all peons :>
them | spool cotton assorted ; cotton bulls; having claims against the late firm
sooner. sating loom. \ COLA BOOKSTORE.
beaverteen linen cambrics cambric
p ; will present them to the subscriber for
,.: ?: |C7* On Sunday, the Post Office bdkts ; Unrobe hdkfd; black Italian crape ; There is on the !( [.}: or TIn CANNOXOATJC, settlement, anti those indebted,

*': "t: will be kept open for one hour after flounced robes ; gingham do, spider nets, Stables attended in the place., :r \\ ALT,.:. SCOTT, containing an wiil come forward and persons make: payment .
threads Hussi-i strictly to.JOHN wherein he acknowledges
. : r"f the arrival and assorting of the Mail ; patent diapers, plain and as no indulgence can !be given.JAMES .
..t fig .red book muslins, Madras and Brit- the Author of the Waverley;

.-:j:. .if.. and letters will not be delivered out I Ii I t ..i.ia hdkfs., comp'y flags, figured crape E It 20th. NOV 1827.FISLAY.Ponsacola -36-tf. *

=; ;'fa; of the office at any other lime on that esses ; white, brown and mixed cotton Board Youth and Manhood of
, per C/ri 11 Sl bscnbcr
k. day. half hOle ; white and mixed worsted ann Koaidfis ton, 'I ba just fl. ei\'ed"'P1r
f Day Elizabeth
*
For Ylh, from New-Or-
lamb"o wool do ; fine linen hose ladies
t \v. Hasell Hunt.il Dinner
f ,i white and black cotton do., lead, slate, iirejikfast Forget-Me-Noi a New-Year's Cif. leaDs, a very large asiortuient of Groc=e.

::,; : POST OFFICE, Pest Matter. and black worsted do. plain and camblet Horses per or ries. lie offers in addition to his former ,
"
.'t:>; ,' Pensacola. 1st April 1828.3t. cloaks, furniture check, bed-ticking, superfine per Minstrel Lyre, a collection of Mr stock :-
.. oil cloths CUampaigue Wine, in Baskets of 1each dO i
. cotton thirting, I black Pensacola: by Ellen:
g' NOTICE E IS HEREBY bombazines, fancy belt ribbons, black and warranted superiordo.
Casket
i white satin and mantua do.,54lrishi shil.ting.b4 1 ; or Flowers of Literature: Brandy of 1820.

i| ? GIVEN, damask, brown linens;super black Ju ST:: and Sentiment, at 25 ;cent a Miniature volume Zante Currants

;; :' GTpHAT on the 29th day of March, 1828, and white, plaid and striped, Baptiitej pages PoncuongTea

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t. ; 4 and personal property of Mr. Joseph Y shalsfancy silk dresses,nuns thread, ? .

&.t L: .t Cruzai, absent, at the suit of Mr. Thomas linen gloves) linen tape, Russia shirtings, Flirtation, Novel with an Addition to the for- Almonds ? .,

k I'J. 'J, tVilton of Baltimore.Heiiff. mil I'd drab cloth blue, & red slrouds, &c. Blue Stocking of School Bonks. Medoc Claret of tqro
'" t Wilson ALSO, Tales of a ( Tuscaloosa Rye Whiskey '
f" ; ) bt February, 1838. Goabeu Butter
1 4 cases saddlery, assorted Waverly
: r : U. S. Marshal of tbe
i :1 The Red do. Cheese
9 cases Brewsler's hats, assorted qualities Rover
jI Weitern District of Florida. Newman's \ ( Mt l\\l.L ltS. Beef in J bbls. for&mily use
ti : PenttCoU, 1st April,..1828.-3-.tf With
:
r an additional
5 trunks fine ready made clothing English O subscriber has for sale,a few pair supply of Dry Goods; .
t. t .J. 12 trunks and boots Cubic' Spanish Hard ware, Glass ware &
ladys' gentlemen Queens
Boilers ware, i.
Sugar as a sample from the
:j LOWf BEES WAX Sold tow for Cash. -'
i 'l'.4 ; and shoeaChildrens'iind ,and can supply soy quantity _, \

>, ; 1 TRUE highest price in cash, given for boys' shoes; brogans, &.c. Pensacola, 26th F. II. NIS E'r. J. Pescay. "

.. J, 5A the above articles, by Soal leather, calf skins, shoe thread Dee, 7 h, 1837-SS-it. pf'nQlco1a, Jan. llth 1823. .- '.I;.
" 25 kegs Virginia Tobacco '
; ,
: Julius
i Pescay. :
5 boxes superior cavendish do. II I I YTOWNOmGoLz: : f
Dec. 1S27 S8 tf ;
.. Pensacola.7th Publisher* of Papers and Periodical
" AU ------ Hardware, tC. ALL \ $. throughout the United Slates. LOTS in the new Town ofMaghola} t
t.ll.i Pen, pocket, sportsmen and desk FRANCIS is f intended before offered for sale. This place itituated i :
: or certainly by the 8
I CJ\\1'rlON. knives knives ar.d forks are hereb notified i miles from Fort St. Marks
f f. ; carvers, waiters ) Cif May next, to publi.slui! pamphlet the St. 0,1 ,
i Marks'
;tL''t' At LL persons are cautioned against and trays ; Henning's best needles, snuffers Clerk of the County other statistical matters, to notice all riveratid 15 from TaJIahas-
i see. The river
and trays plated spectacles, administer on said can be navigated to thtt
itf foT'ttrtain notes of hand spurs and Periodicals, in the U. Town
,0 nter'i tools shoemaker's and der of the Hon. the by vessels: drawing 8 feet
carp cur water
; li &r by ,JMOO :ftortt, ma&de. payable to the City or! own where published Tne situation a
riers do stock locks shovels Court. M. is high, dry and
padlocks, healthy
; tcu jO ii Edgelty; uitr and signed Plant I and the conditions of publication! t has two ;
!
! Lt find Wilson Tti&e notes wasgicen after and tongs kettles, sauce pans, cotton by J. : : A copy containing the above shall sulphur Springs in the vicinity.
cards &c.Pensacola Pensacola one of which is only 200 from
I and't &c. 15th yards the '
the dissolution of the firm of Wilson forwarded to each of you,

' Plant. i received no part of the goods Dec. 7th, 182738lf.I'BlafTIUG -- will insert this notice once, nod for- great Public medical Square.qualities.For They.are said to posses* ...

: I far which tboce notes were giren, 1 am a paper or a copy of the work you further
informalinn
of Terras &c.
,
determined not to them unleiw com- h to Philltelphil'directed to -
py Of various apply to J. ti and N. Harolen St. Marks.
Executed icilk neatness and despatchat ,
, jIIed by la*. WM. L. WILSON. THE TRA VELLl-R.

. T't Gu!",. hmh 15th, 18:28: -2-Jt. this Office his ltlphh, 1.&. 2 1S'2. ur Augustus(gtecle" Tallalixssee. -
It j jA .. ft.. K b.. 1 ) :::;r'it, 1S7--'I--- ,

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