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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 25, 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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VOL. V. (Priflo.f1'aurahomi.". ) J4: S.COLlFRID.. Yf AflftlL with, 1826. (Opro to nil pnrttVs : inftunredhynoae.) No,:"

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hawED WEI.JL, IIYnl11 in roast of invasion; or insurrection flatI mental return and shall tnmwnit the I I i lavaln',at.I'erv' ml n'ryor roe; mn my : 3. Be ft /irther' envied, Tot it

I I tau('u .misters triton i>c held in the f"!tewmjr carne tn the asiint adjutant get yai, I fk for&ntt upon tile cn 1it m nevertueheremafHrr 't.tt br lee 4<*? oftxtd pAm J jgfew *a jUr -
: ; iIi' ) 'T d.lUUTl. { regiments xt the time and place here- who shall, within tell day 4 after the ref kit, presrnhed.-The members appointed to revite tferftwlSifliiefc he..

lis.'ttN of the Ln-eg of the United Stair, ; i issuer mentioned, to wit in ihe first, er ceipt of the sad returns, consolidate the f of a company so fornine shall prescribe t>"rn mncteii, to collect alt 1Glya1 orders

And ofl1le .Tm-ituroI t>,i'lo+.:'. rtndthiri ?t fills rrjrim nt.. on the thi'd; s me into hr.gnde return and transmit I certain rules and repula'ion fop the t rules, & regulation*, mt( by or under .

\hJtllav in 1.f""ell and! etervjenr, the same to the hrijraXier general, who i government ofthes-ime. whicl! shall l he BU'tmriiy of the crown *>f 9p&irtt in telsnod

&.'CILIPTIOt..yu.r 85.4 1.nrl 1 jt' shall} '1 be the duty of inspector, shall examine and countersign the same, j .,.bm tted f'>tile inspection ot theco!'>nel TO the Frovincrt of East and weft f'krrida,

' Hall Tear ; 1 within thru respective brigades, to at- rind shall, within fifieei chithf"reafte'l'. I of the re impMt ; ami t if pnro\ Oct of nvaim and report the nam tt> the neat Coifned
j: \l nr:; 1 50 .
": ,hle iu'1 year s.JtancpADT7'nT'IUlM } te

ub.crii'ttl1fp'y I spect the arms and equipage of the troops (T, who .shall oo or before the tenth (iy of I luntet-r conipunie.s nuy wear such arms anti? nec Jary.Src. .

,-- ? ," ,. bdt'ert jement and td rnske a report thereof, de'sniting tlctober, make out an of tne widii of on* :hmn "''! !nrbcutnt: :! aud furvvnr-1 to the adjutant ot8ti. the rw* the iff the
general A duty appointed to
I itheau,lh> & condition to the g.' feral! ot I prll"'atlfO ofth cotlpAnv. may di+- pnon re-
not mote then twelve Inies of this type, first ; hi;i", rt.C"e- duty it shall be to report I tilt" Urd St'tt t.I rect. Thpy mav muster at discretion but ; Ir'he tats of thr Territory t' prep iir/t '

Insertion one 'l'>JMr, each w.rkly ronfmuOM the S.'h t'o tltf" :idjnlant i enerol of the I On to-"s of" (dutv a r'"'vae nr'y''H" shall ad"),.yd to-tilt musters provided tor seat make out a auitahle J .Tph"hefical index

'e fifty cent ; Inurrr' and iidr'rone* *tt ; before the firs day of Au1 represented b\ an anle substitute : run I by la v.- frtf monideru thrrenfahall be' and martin;: refrienrr frt njch revision
j Tf'rrl'' on or
sanir Kulr and work > f
I -- rate. figure t I nn I ':I1f'r l-i rt'llll.'ti:inn, It'i'att' exempted from other : And I.tth nar'nl'* xnd indfx shall nccompa -
_ *.'* fur the first if1.rri.jn.d- gii"l in '-'Chverv % "' Company uius1 I duty in companies, .
\1..I nnce I the rrvi ionrhirh
.' | shall n.I' Sp admitted to the p'ejud-te; ofI but shall not otherwise be from iv rn\\ he reported.
: ters.shall !held four tunes ex pted
>. -. f-it wail he taftefuJiv li'|fi InetV! >e eVery year; and the "ppointrd by virtue of the
person
t.. the nnfnre of them, and -will on thr t'nnl! *tiirdavin vi ."CI.: J lJllP. Sep- I the service. t the operation of the Hiiliti\ hats ; And no of
II .I'nc pruvi*Ions this net shall receive the Iud
K "- -ll'u-rll"! nifttfrrof tt.i i ,. tvi_ '. ]i tt'mhr1rt U er.eni!> ;r. f'.'e tint uiU,ier j 9th. The viilitia shall al.l the civil authority pt"rOino shall! !je a member a vilu-i-i I I of iirp
: : hunt' *"! dollars ai filll >rn'nfion -
V. r.r. itivrrtnffit interval I!. Ifh.i! ;iv, nol in- !> shall be ;prl"ct.Ic-d hy a untten notice of|I on a requisition of a civil oticr.. leer co.njan\ >hali join any other c,mi;>'r fr his ii'rvire., nrovidnl the comj govern
tbf .. nerved! each J specifying; the ubjf ct. and l which hall ny an l1)fl iif shall le within
ser'rd c'vo'v .erli.: trust thti +t to ]. tf'Id" < to he on man, pe- as rest tne mrnt of the t'nt1..1 States shall nppropriut
'tt' rharr.l daYs in each seem reasonable to the commandng ol5- bounds of the regiment unless alter .
1ARt in.ertoneRCh) ,nit Mtiur TV r c.itiug t'umuster yer.Ji.t'l I >xj 11& tutfiricnt: sum f>r that purpose, and pro-
rid R new R-.iv'r:-'''c.MIT,-An .n'ts fur jr j l t+'!;Ich! I He Sufi'.lent preparatoiy to cer upon wnom snch requisition dell!l be month notice to the co-nnramitn; officer ) \iiled a'.t'i! that if nl'lltpprl1p. ilttinrl stall btt

.hf'rIICIIiF pfbatr! kl>avs' 'I ,1 I.'9'd. which, whrn the cumpaniestlave not been 1 to ide. or such company of nit intention to with \ made It"l the H.wp.rnm.nl of the United

I\.i'prd i {cotura-ts'; t"t m:\. teit'n 'sheered{ and erm'nivi''nett, each Colonel 10th. Hr aches of order, !(uhordraton: draw,md no person tilt! enroi! Ilinself! in I! Swtrg for the same, the amount of Cf mp T>.

.,ho-- who wi" to Ihht"ru..r hv the v,'"r. ;i iA .,! n regiment- 'n case ot his absence or I II or onrdienre to the militia law of riiut r a volmneer ro-npt iv hevoiul the bounds: matron shall br li\rd and rirlrrrainMhy UP"1i

1 Com'I:';: t 'u>!.s i d 1 :r"41eI \\' I .a,b hly. the next orficer in conmuu'l, or other (Lilly, if mad llP by an officer, shall of the regiment to which he belong. j i the Leeitlat.ve! Council when the Ud

If&KLt tf.rsT, iv'itiir: : u-iU\ be promptly'kite { ',! shall at.'e' *t ten tiny* previously to the be immediate)) arrested oy the: co unand Sc 14. Hf its urt: '-",ICt.1':1.: it j t tI I revision of thr laws shall be reported and

-.dell tu.'Ae I said; n.uster day', assign the limits ofear.Ii jug officer present, and by him rePorted : shall be tile duty of tin G.\rrifr to caj-tc .I.'otpa

., .....:--- ... company, ind: th. muter r'nlnd for the !j j.same1 !i to the brigadier general, whose rfuty It. lire order appointing i his itaH"otiioers, tooe I .f. AnA hr farther marled. That ;it

r'i. 1 I ; and the Saul colonrts respectively, : IIh\U: l| he to order a co-iit m-irtml tor the publuhni in the nevkspaper :,t 'I'alUtiu I hall l ?. the duty of the person making iurrevision.

bra I I.ttll'Q I'1 f fH'f' 5.- _A. I or the officer in command shall hrevel I trial of the accused ; md uch court shall *,ee; and it ShAll be the luiy of each ot I t.) nttxrhtn the came such fnrms

del .1 C JJUJj'/ 1:: !such company o3ictrs and subalterns! HS r oonsist i of ji number ot members not less tile hrradier jji-neialntfj pufohiii the onirrappointing t as Me IteCPuarY for the use of the ju-ies

shall be necessary to give notice of and than tire, or more than 1I.lrtofticers.. ninr surf oIicer., in so.ne I of the peace, and fir other o Seers of this

effect to the snid muster he aliall h.ue If; sncli breaches of order, subordination net'%{.3 ,er in their bri r ,'le, on or brlore Territory, and it shall he the duty rf the

R I orders fot the election ot company officers or obedience shall he committed by a fur first day of April i'e'rnor to row! to the person appoint*d

,t 3
4 < and such other orders-as shall he necessary >ate, he shall be arre+t't iu the carne and it :nail be their duty tit Iwttf} tale :u- on file in thr flxerutire; officr. an/l t" fur-

to giv- effect to the provisions of this manner, and tried by a court martial, jutant general of eac'i' revgnatuni: and mb lii-n with copies of the tame when 19

act : and W he n the election of company which n.-ill be composed of any three rf ttT appointment in tneir respective b ,- rPf ..Jt!r9,

officers ahall hive uken place' the said the comnjisjioned officers of t"e company ;. ?;ides, made by ti: rmj,'ivis. rUi J, .fsnuarv 11,1829.Approved .

+ colonels of regiments stiall forthwith I or regiment to vviurh the nccUieU may I II I!: Sec. 15 llf it furtfar enacted, Thts'i January t!. 1329.

transmit a retur.i of their: names to the : belong, such covt shill: hr ord.Teil by tlie uld anv' brigadier neiicral rciiue or l e'l An art rn establish more efTectoallyjthe

Governor wuu-e duty it shall be to issue .I Captat'iti.'l rs e'---iceedin,,J shall be h\ '! j'-..t !u 'te-I-.'Lte any jf Itiraoovr d itiras ho.ndarv line hf"tla'eCI1 the counties of

An fief to n". ann" ind regulate! hfiIi. .I Commission theieonj and the com aIIIJ' : him approved or disapproved at his djcretion. I I ,t,n'*ii to ti! <*-n, they :hau ;;.y a ti.t. ot J."on "n..i ,1.'tferw1t.:

tia nf the "er.qn'. I officerno elected s.iall do the duties t : two C'lndre.i dolas.! or be ca :!"rat! a! .I P.e it enarteil Ar/ the (Invmir end IMIfnfitt

Bf it rnac'ed b* 'Fie Curervor a."J LtsruIttire ot their re* fx-ctive ofl es until their cum 1 llttj. In the proceedings of courts tine dibcretion' of a court martial : St If tiny C"'lncilof the '-, 't,7'V of Fltrido

Council of the Territory. of Florida, 't ml ?')) thKll he receivedStrc. martial, the voice of .1 majority nt'the ,| colonel cu.n uan'LarI, lieutenant coloiiclor Tnat the following; shall complete the

u That every able bodied tree white' male I 8. Bt it further enacted. That if memberj shall! be necessary to s=ibstautiate I I nt iJ..r, usrllot tile staff KS of the line, we.trrn hnijndary line of.loft'erson county

}, inhabitant of the Terr.'orv. oe'tvren the any colonel of a reglll.ent the next officer a sentence of guilt ; and in regimental refuse or negit-c to vecute any of the viz : Beginning| from where the Micktsoolcie -

ages of canteen and fort'five }'*ars, who in command shall fail or rdusetoperform cmirts martial a notice of at least ten ails.I j i&IJ\'e duties, trie/ s' ,1-41 I! br finch in a "ant inks*, thence up the Mxkasoofcie

stu'i! have re
sJ'fcll belittle i H b': enrolled u-d perform liiref omp section of this net, or to orde; the accused, setting firth the specihc cashiered, at the ditcieioi of a courtinnriiil !No. 3 Range No 3. North and Ear.

;: militia duty : e\rep\mjr nevettheless, the cour'.mart"ulhereinH";er provided for..such accusation and the nKmca: o? the witnesses tIt I l ; ..n.it "r:y ca ,t.l.l. lt l1-I1.nt or thence! up ths lake to the Eastern bounItrv -

Jn Iges. ot'the U'uirict Courts and their ouster shall pay a sum not excertl- J I any- ar- "rceiI'.ry. 1 e-mi n or regimental stall' .hil, rc-f'I"t' or 'me of wecSon No J4, in said Town-

M.lr hate, Justices of the Peace, Shent's in( one hundred and fifty dollars: at th: I Idiscietion \2'h. (.N wrts martial. } sliall award A p'tnish (' neglect to execute arty ot the a ,ove duties; I "hiji' No. .1. tHence north with the Eta\te'rr1

Clerk Host: Musters, MAil f.;Arrrrs, fern I. of a court martial ; and if any 1 i newt according to th -ir e-uuution ot j tile. S'tdll; be 'ined in the i-im oj tweet) Sound trv l line "f section No. 34- 27. 2.1

-' .rr.f Cierfr\nn, Physicians. Teachers person bring a company officer, or brt- !1 the cruiiic.Hlity% of the accused : Provide! cl'illiirs: rtsihiereil at the! liscr-rticjn or x (111115 HI said Township to the Georgia*

cut* :.c "e':..nHries and rchunl* and vetted as aforesaid, shall fail) or refuse to that the o tie nets anrr ouid snail out be i court martial and it any n jn-roiiitn'ssio'i! line.

K. ";*' M of 'al'l *''m, in time of Peace, obey the orders he may receive in virtue punished if co-umitted! by' any officer, by ed officer sli. ll rehise or neglect to execute Passed Jwnrv 17, 1923.

Jc't" tt-I'C'hv f'! t""P'" :rWT n I.tjadnt! r. I Ic of toe said foregoing section, such per- I a higher fine than tin dollars, or cishier1 1 ;inv of th; bu\e duties, he s.iall be Approved, January 19, 1B23;

*( 2.heat Juihr-enacied, !I'hnt'the oos tall bl' finer. in a su n not exceeding> i inK ; and committed hy a pr..1'tfin ) fill-clln'the sum often c1IHal'l. it the discretion -

,r'r.' iul a.cuutrrment. Jcrpt DV, the I fifty dollars at the discretion of a court : nut excetfling one dollar, ut the discretion I ot .1 court martial ; and it ony pr-{ \n act < oamrnrl "at act to establish nvcounties

11\1&! lu"t u'e'1 'or slug shJ' .*>.. t".nrt sinI I m..rtid. which the colonel of regiments I of the court. f vote dhall ne iect tflt pertuno' the dut.es; and to di-fine the boundaries of
j
-, from execiiu-Mi und.-r <.*, .J process ; a-id "rsp'c vely. or the officers ordering the }'th. All crime' not capita and other pointed o.it U> hw he R.iill pay tnt "'1'" thr eouutie-i .if ibis TcrrittJt'V"Bi

tr1't :era. 'HblclI"u ; rf ptlut(.. "h'h Ia i said muster, are hereby directed to order I; oflenceH .iul nrgligencfS, Uhottgli! nut I of one dollar fir each and every -irle'iC*. it en-icted hythe O)""" >isir and Tetil-

exempted tr"iil'trrr.t whilst 'n i iattfKluiicr ar'ru j fur the trial of all) delinquents ; and the tp clalmcolltJul: !l. inall be cojjniahlund : Sec. 16 Be It jurther -nlJct d, Fha. it I I Inlirt 1.1111rior' thr Territory of f'loridis.

? (!. and go-nc to, and rPhltn.1 said court martial shall be held within ten ; tried by the courts ro.!rtii herein I nhall be the duty of the Go ernor to order I That from and after the ;w3age of this

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; duty, except fur trt'lOII.te1UUur breach Sec." 9. Be it further enacted, That the j trig in said courts shall; cun'vrntu the } ;C'iKriil in CASe ot" neglect ot duty ; ;n-J it coMntv shall commence on the Western

of the peace. militia, west of' the Muivanee river, .snail : rn'cn! and nrlicles of wir prescribing the ; shall ne the luty of brigadier general to hank of the river ()klua+tth4, then'e up towed

Sec 3. B* it further fnsctfd, That: the comprise the first brig ide, and the mill- \ for.ns in like uses for the averniTicnt of order cu-irra martini tor the trial of colm- along the Inditn boundary line ss run

Governor knit coirnia cer in chief of the tia east of-said river, shall comprise the i rouris martini' -tur tne army ot the U nihd5t ell co'nmiiui.tnt! lieutenants colonels and by Coffee, thence West ant! South AfonjC

militia, shkll &* -nfl: C'LI *o the following ''second biitrade.See. i I t<*. uH.jur..s. and it spill the duty of tin otlier the; said n.lian boundary line to the waters

staff :-onr adjutant };-.feral', with tlie 10. Be further mnrifd, Tb/it: the 14th. In courts mart:,I the hiihe c t #,f5ccr i.) com n.i i.l of regiment to or.ler of Charlotte harbour. .

rank of bri
r ft"'lerlt' ,','h the rank I.f culttlelJt vf Kscambia: ; 'ie second regiment hall U.ill be recorder ; and he ,mi.il! certify Jieufeoant* and enMitn+,and it shall he the any act or part of acts contrary to tta

cotnmiii'dant uho l'.*!.1 rt-s. 't 1t.the Brat j comprise the nuhtu ot jt John. )lu.qUl"1 the dacuion of the court, ind shall c.uie duty ot captain to order cTirts martial fur provisions: Of.tins act be and the same b

o' IO'f.I.r., "' r. ;.,ur ...,I\le-CAitlp, to :Lud Monroe counties ; the rgi the same 10 he transant'ed, tlir.m!!li the the trial of UIIII.cOlJlrnl1..i'Hll'
lIh tar ran k liCii'i'Mt-! l -.' col'inrl.lire. I Went shi'.l: Comprise the militia of the i icnun ; otHcer r-lerjng the court, to t'lc! commander / jiriVaies, under the penalties before ref i January 13, t82R.Approved. .

4. Be farther enacted That the I 'v ot"Jackson j the fourth regiment I I in chief, if the same shall designate : ted ; and it snail oe the duty of the quarter January 17, 1825.

-41. mlli'i shall he orj;. liZI'"I i into two hr'- shull comprise the militia of Puvai and ( the punishment of cashiering i : but it S. shatter general to C.ittall the pnb-ic:
An act to provide for fie election of
gait-', nIne regime its, HI\teen battalions, i Sass.iu counties ; the fifth regiment shall it shall designate punishment ot fining, arms to he pat in sonic .safe place of keep otf.cer county -

and nto ten co'tipat'.if*, iyr each reirime i comj,ri.e the militia of the county of the certificate ofdecision: .shall he transmitted lug, and not to cijsynsr; of' the same, except Jteiitnietfdby the Gwrnar* ad L i.Fvlativf .

: ; and shuli; be officered as hereinafter Gadv ten ; the sixth ivguncnt.hall comprise through tbe Mme officer ; who, it' lie ut the conimaiid o the (:ove"frf'. <
Cinncilofthe 'fer of Flirt,fo
{r undid fur fe brigades respecluely I the militia Alnchb-i county ; the fthuli approve of the sanie, mull trannj't Sec. 17. Bs further enacttJ. That: al!! itury *
I'nu all clerks of the co' sheriff's
1 sh:'1 he.15 r M as her -itii fttrpvoided : !' seventh regiment si.-til! comnnse the- it to the ahtfnffof the county ; ante it shall militia oificrr now in convms/nr., shall! inty courts

1 for tvhri:adi('" rrpYe(.1 t 1 1iv1ly militia of the county of Leon ; the I he the duty of the sid sucnifio: collect I remain in coin>niioii (Ilrintale pleasure v coroner, asMe: or justices. alit collectors of the peace uf tiX2sof, suryo"s -

t hill be ofhcerrd by one Im K ad Il"r I i rights regiment shall comprise the mi- I such tine;, in the .same niiunrr :t* .!tt,Il he ot the (Governor, unlew tn "y shou.d; ii' etch and in this
I Territory
: f"nI-" our aksis'art ati ijuiaitbngaile tcucl' l, i iitiaot the counties of Walton and Washington prescribed by law for the colic llOn or removed by cjurt marti-t! or r**' go. every county
thai!J hereafter he elected by the
inspector, bn 'ade master and the monies under civil Sec. 18. Be peolo
,t. tj'iArter j ninth regiment shill comprise : processes. it further enacted That no
i.l the hereinafter; ilirectetLSec.
.' with for rank ut Colonel} Mud two \ the militia of the counties of Jefferson officer shall! resign im teas thin one m uinrr
year
15th. The monies frnni fines 2. Be it That all
arising further entered
: aui-. ) de-campwlth the mnfcvf major. The Hamilton and Mathion.lec. tnl"u he obtain toe of toh- ,
.. and penalties the shnfl sli.-tll be muihu- I consent r.is Colonel!*., Lieut. Colonel and lajllrsI:4'1
shall ortcered
0. Trg-tmeiits respectively| oe It. Be further enacted, That th. nctndin g nficer.|
b coloneleummandan'I lieutenant rite to retain tea per centum for c.:n- in like manner be elected for eycli
} one fpllo\vi.g rules snail the militia in'1 Sec. 19. That if
'govern Heitfurthrrfmcl'd, an--
colonel 1 iml major. Tte stall of each regiment time of peace prnit n fur collecting the same ; and failure sliall! take and e\ t'n reKr ent in this Territory, rwspeetivelvV'i -
:
payee on hday a-
the r {remainder said monies shtll he manner herein'tfterdtrected
shall consist of one adjutant, Every commissioned officer pointed for the If this
bf'-I accounted for and paid i by ihr sod .h'litit provim act to go Sec 'f tie it further tnaeted, llwlaltcounty
Mnk fore
as captam one quarter-master, he enters on his duties, shall take an iiio execution that cods f.iilure shall nut '
tu the col'inel 1 of the regiment or oiC r oificeni, With the excrption Ot -
one paymaster, to rank as nrsl lieutenant, J oath to MIpport tie i C'onstitutinn.- 1 he so construed as tu effect the tulute jitetl
ordering the court, whoM dul} it shall be '-e f of ptaCehilt be elected by a jc: *-
one surgeon, surgeon'mate, one sergeant United States, and faithfully, and to the operation of this act.
to the same towards the nl ticket through the counties respectively
nujor, drur:.-(uejur, fife mnjor, and best of his abilities appropriate purchase '
1 to execute the duties of musical instruments and colors Sec. ;0. Be it further enacted that >e and the militia officers like raannerihroujjhbtittheirrespectice -
Cjiurtcr-muj'.er s rKf'tht. Tlie co.iipanies enjoined by his commission.2d. captains' districts shall hereafter he confined
for
r' rhall: br rftirered ftrctively by one captain The drill and the Wit of tae regiment or company.: regtm ut -
ise mifVlle
the
in to
exer prescribedby ( judicial rtc')
16th. The presiding officer of a court allimrts, and two justices of the p-sirr.
fit stand second lieutenant
one one the laws of the United for the
States
the ma 'idtrates'listrictrrespectively. .
rnal'tial3btiU he sworn b a niemher ot he shall be elected for each ma istrate'sdistrict -
four >
one ensign se rautstour, corporals, arany thereof shaflbe adopted by the militia. Sec. :1. Be it further enacted, That all
ar.J" {irun'n'ran i hter and shall not exceed court to form nil "pinion according to the of heretou by a general ticket tnnjughrHit the
'tsl1rl
: llaatr[ acts pessc.lrelative and said election Hlull be olden
onundrcd next of his understanding and to render | same,
Y privutes.S.Beit 3d. Tbr uniform of the officers shall he ( to the organization and regulation.
* his jutgnent without purtixlity favor, or { under the same rules, re ulstio'is aid re*
enacted That all
Sec further similar i to that of the oncers of tire Armyof I of the militia, be, acid the same are hereby
for the
affection s'rictions election
con, mll.lunhtl emanate trout the Governor the Untied States. ; amt a similar oath shall be administered j as are provided
by the each of the repealed. members of the Lcyislttive Ceuiicil
president to
and the appointments be nude in t 4th. The
equipment of the privates; a other member The president or recorder Sec. 23f Jlnd be it further enacted That and not otherwise provided for by ibis
the 'oiluwmg manner :-that is to say: musket, rifle or shot gun shall be indis.penmhle this act shall be in full force ar.d effect that
on swearing the witnesses, shall i!I act -ovided, nevertheless there
ah t II c.d officers shall b*: appointed by the
I :provided the private or uoncoramtsskmed from and lifter the truth day of Februarynext. -
shall be in this act that shall be
Governor, by ana "'I.h11e advice nd officer is the swear them to peak the truth, the whole nothing
of ei .
consent 01 the Legislative 1 there owner truth, and nothing but the truth ; ami the wo nstrurd a* to prevent persons 'i_hle
; president shall have to issue .tum- Hawed, January 18,1823.JoH.N to militia duty for voting for all nitlttia
of councl-Statf'l
ofictn every grade, 5th. At each muster the roll shall he power L. UOGGETT

by their respective called, and all defaulters reported to tfle mens to compel the attendance of witnesses President ot' the Legislative Council.A. I I officers
i I Sec 4. Bf it rf.' r-ftl red That if
to ray the governor : brigadiers generalof commanding officer but shall and to serve auch summons by Bfii-iAiiy Clerk.Approved. /: ,
; privates such he and de I shall and he lawful for the jud e ofthe
ihe line, and colonels shall appoint their not be compelled to come more than persons nay appoint JanM-iry 19, 1828. may ,
signate. court to appoint three His*
)- officers hall be county
own star Company miles to : W I.1.IGCAnTf
twenty muster, tmles in eases of ,
bouae within thmagistrates
elected oy the privates, a majority of invasion or insurrection, or regimentalmuster. 17th. If* sudden inrssion; or insurrection Acting Govrnnr of r Iutlda. erect keepers, residing

vnone votes shall be su ictent tor the abate be made, or be threatened to be An stet to provide fur Ihr on.ctiolAnd ,!- d>>trtcta of the several counties -
I whn
purpose. The captains aitadappoint' their 6th. Drigade orders shall be issued m made, on any portion of the territory, the vision 01" the several laws ot" Ih,. Terri Isba1L I to nold the aito esaid elections,
l before receive voi-a
: noncom rissioned ofliceis, who shall writing the commanding officer of the militia, or of 't they any appoint
by generals or their aids, and tory. bithe
a clerk tu take down tits name
serve one year, if they accept the up- regimental orders by the colonels or ad- any portion thereotnext adjacent thereto. tit it enacted by the Governor and />- r *
voters and ' poi".talent, or pay a fine of twenty dol- jutants.7th shall be, and be is hereby authorized 8;elatiE Councilofthe Territory of FLorida, r ,
said clerk to discharge his duty as socli
Lea .'t the dthcretion of a court martial. The returns of and and enjoined to order out the utiliti tinder 1'hat alt the acts of the Governor and Le-
strength equipments ; f'aithluilyand' said cleric after be n .*orn,
t'6 Be it further enacted, That the i iTenutx shall be made by the captains of hit command to repel or suppress the gish hive Council which have been enacted ,'I I lX of said
hall administer like ath to-eaca
>ous fur each brigade, regiineut, companies respectively before the same ; and the troops thus ordered into since the organization of the Territorial ; a
on
and battalion shall be designated oy ttie tenth day of June in or service shall be subject to the rules and : Goverument and which shall be in force 1 tat judf es of the election, and after the pule

respective cornmajidera in case of invasion returns shall J set forth every the year.rbese strength and articles of war prescribed for the government : the end of the present union of Conj j latish: are efosed, the sail judges Governor ami eierfc of

or insurrection, that all otEcers may equipment in their actual condition on of the United States; and tine said gressand which may be of a general nature certify the same to ;iie

know at what point they are to concentrate the first day of the said -ronth of June officer shall forthwith report the same to : shall be collected, revised and ai ranged,utr- '. the Territory, who shall forthwith the eom-

,r ; and it shall oe the duty of each and they shall set forth in distinct columnsthe ; the Executive by express.Sec. der appropriate heads. ntsswn the fieraoiK: Uavinfj- bighei';
field enacted Tbirt in ipuubushpeh r of legal voTes, for the oflBc..4'vf
See 2. Bt
officer to each interior officer further or.
notify captains and number of lieutenants 12. Be it further enacted That if I ; { elected.
of the der that the foieguing section be they were respt-ctirely
r respsctive places reoxieaarous I ensigns sergeants and drum any person shall. by disorderly tr riotous may cart t 1'bat-a ..UC2JI
See 6. Be nestled
lied into effect and suitable farther ,
under ,
a pain of five hundred dollars, woo men. conduct of the : proper per
the
hait I pontoons, interrupt operations son start be Appointed b/ the Exccuiif 5 tt Jell auy Cuuuty uall nut be divided
communicate the to the
ir general same briga- muskets rites bayonets bells, eartoocU militia whlhrt on muster, courts r *rtial I, who stmil revise the law of a general nature into nlltg utr te.' distrtci. uaU be COMluered -
who shall
an abstract of.commanding said cause poxes flints powder horns cartridges,. or ether duty, be or she so offending shall which have In ei> macte4 in this Territory as woe magistrate' ditn.tund tiie

be made pUce o' rendezVoua to pounds of powder, balls knapsacks be arrest d by the commanding or presiding and make a report of such revision !i tri ;cik.u t brju tict.', of the peace itoall take
out and
lure acded to the adjutant drums and fifes of officer fined i.i *
general their companies rcspex- and shall be um not with a suggestioo for aaendnieut, togetherwith I place accuremgl/.
w of .\pnl nrxt.on or before Ihe tenth nay tirely s sad they shall transmit the said exceeding five dollars, at the discretion of an iu-Jex ret'erriug to all qatiers and Sec. d. Be it further enacted, That in all

Sec. 7. He it retnrna to the adjutant, who shall, within the officer so arresting.Sec. points which may be contained in said report case the wiScert tbat ue now in otfictr

cute oiimcn luT1Mtm are ctri, That bn- ten days after the receipt of the same 1 I 13. Be it further*nactnl, That the to the neat Legislative Council of this shall hold the same, and -x rci.e their ic-

disPensc4 wilb* uplejt consolidate: said; returns into a tr.'I; fwluntetf or iadepe?heat c.I3paas. .f Tenice'1te to acted uj oo suit) Council. i .p CI1\\I fwsct.- until thctrJj saocerwra arc















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hi ,'uhluted..oraittsioncd nn3 qunti i cli in- lotions Within a fow days the t-orsc3 !I I Tho brig Thomas Morris, of Baltimore ;iiicniivatOi4] nu.' i.i.p.itation; utpt not, j J."t.tlJ- 'tfK, March *lcl.-'Vc'"Pe

. toJ office,&4-<'. "liufc i'i law, but no longer. of our of the Greenwich stage, as '., ( and several other vessels, had and the shackles of Territorial GoVernment t t;lid: to see by the proceedings of
.
ij" eacancc Sec. 7.' shall Ik djiutiU'Uuitd.aaltpell fioiti Any, CAUSE 1'h.it: if\\any hvlabove we are i informed t started from their arrived at Buenos Ayrcs ; among I remain for It :jw years Ion I'Ier. I Lt gi lat're, that the House has {piss.j; Oltr ... }

::fr i.1t any a'the tn *itroncd oftici's, stand, in consequence of a paper kite :'them i was a French corvette ship of >Such things should not be, nnt J, the bill for granting; a sum of O1IlJey :4':

oJ 'r j l\n rt'CUtuu "hall YiHlhn\th be uitlefi'il by tvifii n long tail (pitching down with .! :20 guns. She had been purchased l hyi -de; a lre i> rvpie. entative tovnrnment, to the mSm"heir! of Do Wit Clin .1

. ;. the.J'Cld r.)ftluCOUUh'courtO. Jill tltesauiccvcr J great velocity upon their heads. ForMitatfly i the Buenos Ayrean Government, and j jivaxtuting (founded on justice(:, I i-nuitv, and etju.d t'IJ-.t very small lint, to bo. sure- ,,
.ii 11'\ at'c trr.llttg io law. I i I Admiral Brovrn for ) rinhts-. AM KK 1C ANUS. ute Ten TIOIMW! *
the driver otilv had' his arm. o fit"by c Dollars; .
A.l he it trrtrd'Iuat but
8 .
f'l'lrlhrr so
rc
t
ijl r I I I
bruised iu endeavouringto 1 I I a cruixcrThe brig Fidelity J of Baltimore ; I -jntlicicnt perhaps to educate '
them
,I ': (ootj as diis'i1{ *' %h iU Of sail("/tlt'rt by considerably I Prim I ft f X./r. York rUfrI'fI' itt

. "..; ":"n\ C'. the *iovenK'r of this. Tul'i''Iry 1 stop them. A Jrarse, within a day I from Buenos Ayres (for Gibraltar r rom a I jrcrsonai "knowledge of' tin excuse of tho Sr.ito.; And, for : ;

.:: 1'c, .000H1. he i shl Ct'hv 'f"q\l11,>tl. and it i* maiK* or '.wo, ran away with Ins rider in !the I had been chased into Enseiutfda facts, together vith information: *Iuj I i tin rest, the memory of .och a fat lit ; '
::.1 his; Uiitj to i sile bis; proclamation ac':'or Iaj I- r
.:tp Jt.aUll )J Kon day) when Ibe :fi/rr- I Bo'Very, being frightened i by another by the blockading squadronThe j I I rived from several gentlemcu: of inriirwatiort t is a noble inheritance, andwoiihaji 1( I"

.: .;-.; Uid 1t'C\ion shall take pla', ana ,,real "t.c1i ufh(se dangerous old abominablettuisncrs. Critlsh Packet from Buenos Ayres who have travelled through the wealth in the world.-Jnur. (Jtm. ;. ..f.,

: lion shan take place oxicry Iwo'yRars there : TliC rider was thrown WAS ..oin( into Montevideo when then nil the Western States, and who have -J Y. : f" r.if.. ,-,

.;'.;'1", attcr, except for militia njrcci>;. and his shoulder dislocated. On the. Celeiio'; left.fcnt spent some months, iu Florida, 1 can, 'J\\NG 11. 810.1L. -.:r\<- :
' I .
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Pu.sed, Jjiim}' 18, 1828.January .
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sane lay another horse was seen running -- I with the fullest assurance, say, that ---- ----== -
ltrcoult
,; Rf"j cC'd i0th, 1R.R. '
' ':. sidercU. &nU pwcy the rc iitsitf. m\f'j. through the 'owcn''hh w a kite, \'O \ \'IC.f I there i is no country i in the world that IN 81-: ATE.Ttfrsiy .
! $t: to his tick what had become I _._ x _rx holds foith
'Y'.ty hanging ; more flattering
j pro.'pectslo { 1st April, 1 h'?8.
,
c r
y Hit XCIP York Enquirer, uf Fen. 8.
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of the rider is tnikuown an enterprising & i industrious aspirant Tito Bill
'' MISCELLANY.Tfce CLAIMS.The Mipplement'iry: to several
.r PRIVATE LAND .
1"1 l Last summer, two s ttUemcn while : than this newly settled and rich acts providing for the settlement
'- '
y-
= Franklin honorable Mr. ftcrrien, of the and ,: .
: Albany Argus reuwrks-'J\- ding through s'1uarcnar- country. From a combination of confirmation of private land) claims .r
::4' ,
Senate, has made a in faVor of in :
report
, mongsl tho'various purposes t<> w bich I rowly escaped I being thrown from circumstances, it does appear that Florida, was taken up, and,oil motionof : ",
; commission for the finalseittament I
.M.i, steam has been applied, perhaps their gig and dashed to pieces l the instiu'ting a : the value Aspalaga, can no longer i Mr, Webster, hid on tin table.:
: land in all of
homes taking fright at kite which of claims to :, kc and the IWltcrSofthat I '
. Lo; there Is none dial \Ki bo of greater questioned ; .Wednesday, 'S1ril2rd.

:it dvaote gc to the people; of the United was ItO'criH.and. flapping over his the Western States and Territories, {lluce, who are Virginians, have .'eal- j The following resolution, submittedyesterday '
j: ;. hem lands arc held( under tales derived
c ir hoalJ.--.iV. } I'vit. I
.'l.? States, than the discovery .recently I Evening olhei wise than from the United fled an iudcpcitdent{ fortune by the by Air. Johnson of Ky. \vnsconsidered

,..". made of its application to :tic purposes An Irish gentleman lately fouLht States It is a well known fact, thatan j (location offline town* It is situated and agreed to: Rcsnlvcd,

i:
.e,. bo of essential service to our infant be jocosely asserted that{ lie was barn : from! the British, French, and I j below the junction tin the Uhatalioo- C-.uials be instructed to inquire into 1.

.
; inawifactones We have simples without a shirt on {his back. About as Governments and few due and Flint on four commanding tho expediency of approving an act
SpKrisii some ,
:!-t.; :: loft at our office, of thick Hnxwdriilinr. rational as duels in general.: direct from tin Indians! to binds, in a delightful and healthy partu'rlaa if the Legislative Council of Florj. .
t
previous
tt.!':l J. which m wore bleached t in the Norfolk l>-cacon. prohibition; to purchase fromthem of II afrit# ding fine springs of da, incorporating the Clip! ula Canal
any .
: ::7 short space of ten hours, without the :! : pure freestone water. It may, therefore Company, passed January l6th
A lady named Mrs Fortune ]lately, either under the Ilritish l Proclamation 1823,
i; feast injury to the fabric ; and of cotton be justly remarked{, that nature authorising tiiein
in London, presented her husband of 1?(>:3, Or any act of the to open a canal
llaiw! which were bleached in a much h 1 had pointed} out this site. for a town through tin?lands of the United States
with three female; twins, (ns Paddy 1 United States' Government to the .'
:, 1 ( less time. We understand a and given to it a I protection against all with such
fiateot aid he
would say) at a birth. This is a striking i- : same; effect. We have examined thebill as miy considered
?t 'T'j -ias been obtained for this improvement j opposition that would otherwise arise. cdmrrtensitrate to the .
proof f of the old ad ape-Miss I ;presented hy the honorable gentleman object.OH
and that a company are lnakinntoi'f r: The waters of the Flint and! ChattaJioochie motion of Mr.
i i Benton
t
the
Fortunes seldom come sinjjek";;! who made the report, and are Senate -
i,1!;i;; ;.? application to the Legislature; to b{ Albany Argus. inclined to believe that its provisions form the Apt rllachicula, resumed the consideration of the

,; .:1 incorporated with a capital of$100, l' 'y .-- I I are ample judicious, and equitable : whicti is the grand thoroughfare, for bill to graduate the price of die Pub-

OOO, that its benefits may be tested byltr.l not only the produce of Florida, but lic Lauds to make small
I FE ly\'e and! should the same become a law, it donations
the community.V c wish them success fora of Alabama and
great part ..hereof actual settlers
I wouldnot only give satisfaction to asiifibriitg and to 'cede
:
:.i41 from the Sacannah rcrrll. and meritorious das of eau r (:eorrvla. The i produce which is saidto the refuse to the Status wherein they

j By the Lafayette have recciv--! descend these rivers, is already im- lie.I .
l Another r"ficnftanf a Washington we ciliiefc.is, whose capital has for many; !
;
'- paper( a Mr. Davis informs the ed papers confining London and i I y,] irs been locked up in lands, over me.iiSe ; all of which must go to the I, kill Barto-a moved to amend the

t public that he has procured a patent Liverpool dates 1o the 24th and :(tith vvhich the Government have refused : whar f of Aspalaga; for a market, carrying bill, by striking out all after the enacting -

.ri' ." fora, Node of of February; both inclusive. the trade to that (place", from clause and
,,, :. new propciliag steamboats I them the right of exercising owner- : inserting provision for

r,: .;..G in canals I by which I "I"injury The accounts brought; by this arrival -hip, and have, until now, either refused I 800 to 1000 mile*, through a desirable making, under certain regulation t

''.1.Z! to the banks is avoided. The vessel is induce ts 10 think a w.ir in Europe I,I, or wrf lected tc) Rive them the and fertile COUlltP r:. To show small donations of land to actual settlers -

.t;: '! driven forward by sleppois,>vh5ch trail inovitable ; und;, even the miniterial *-.I right to try -titles in open court, or to more plainly the value; of Aspala-} I and ulti atcrs.I .

=.;l.'cr.'. on the bottom of the canal, mid} which I papers have at length admitted !, establish; any commi!i-un to whom. y.i, it can I be said, tint: at the junction On motion of Mr. Benton The

.1.. .. arc raised and set down altcrnateh'" that it will be impossible to preserve 1 evidence: to title could be adduced,, of the Chattahoochie and Flint, a I I bill and amendment were laid on the

: A \evYork writes any longer. The question then! town can never he located, as that table with the
;.ij; : gentleman o peace excepting in the instancV of the Florida understanding that

.:0& '" ,.. his friend in this, I place 1 that I ; the first occurs, will the triple Ip.i:ue, formed claims-in that case, in accordance place is not only marshy, but thedrinkin I they should be taken up} to-morrow

antler the of ',.r. water is of the rotten limestone -
tti: : volume of Noah Webster's Dictionary auspices Camiinir with the Treaty with Spain, in I 1 o'clock.

,.,, t!;,, istttw nearly thro1 the press, and} maintain its integrity; ; or, aro its the kth article of which the faitU of t which is very destructive to House of .
f r
ww f> elements so irrecom-inMe health. Representatives.Monday : '
that the second will be completed il: as "Ite-idy j jI our Guyrrnnlettispledged to coutirm

,i ;'' November next: the whole wuik will I to threaten a (li"<,Illiimi. It is indeed ]J t all made the I; of I In descending the river to Aspala, 31st Jlarcll.1828. .
: by King Spain
grants ,
';:: !1 therefore be ready for delivering slur I very difficult tu 3ulr c. On the i I im om the I ga, the low grounds or Hats on each III'. Isacks from the CommittwOK
+ to same: ,
or (c rs, xteJlt. as
;",,1'! a.: ing the present l year. He adds t11at the the one hand, Austria will never t pert J the Ja niti would have been valid under I side of the river are of.so great; an extent the Public Lands l to which was

ti :'t production will fuUy equal the expectation init to so tremendous a power as the Spanish ( event incar. The that the location of a Iowa at any referred the bill from the Senate, entitled

;{} .: of its patrons in ALL respects, <$. Russia i the ;i('cuittulatiof the empire TJ'ca'W I:3 raified in February j 1V j jI'i2i intermediate place, i is impracticable, I "An act supplementary to the

.?. c "'.f I la some, go far beyond. The number. I of the Turk; ; an accession of rio- c I s .mil, soon after, an act passed I, !; being inundated by the accumulation several acts providing for the settlement

f ..;r of subscribers exceeds two thousand, 1 j 1 n.'jl m'r n which would raise the throne }i ii I I 1'1)(i1 branches of Congress, and) a j of water from above, for week* and confirmation of Priests

:::r.!.! and is rapidly il1cte 1\ing.-Alc (rftz. I j;i of ihe Czar as much above that oi'theMrerman t:i i I i Board) of Conimissioners{ was appoinljtd together from ten to twenty feet a- t Land claims in Florida, reported

.4.0.. :.' I I Ca>sar, as tin I I latter is it<.I lfj t I hove low water mark. Coming to l t the same without amendment
Mill. An MorliauicMr. the land
Jog nxamine
claims
to private
ingenious :
;
N{q !| ahnvc that of the) Grand Duke of Tir,- I Ii t I Asp:daga{ where nature oitly appearsj t The said bill was then committedto
f' Matlwas, of this city, his in I :iinl confirm such as appeared well l I
i i canv. :Nor will England! o.lm: !w1'1| j to have; bee liberal, wd where" she the Committee of the whole House
;; E", in till forjSawina r i all ,
1 operation Kingstreet, a ) -iipponed l bv tesiimony, to tract !
f ... ey!s to (he fact, that tinferonon.., I Ii l j has, hy some grand( llirt, thrown up tn which iii committed the bill of this
.. .: timber for Sashes I and Win- 'j itt <'X'e(.dill;( ] t ;;. dowBlindsdreo i' .\utocra\ IMS only! to march; over tile ; I j. t four beautiful and romantic bluffs, on i House of the same title.
;( nor the I claims
: by j team-pow- port aryer to Coirgress,
-d body of he nc'fc.lr'ss Persian, rotouch which spot there soon will rise a large Mr. Cambreleng, from the Committee -
water for conm-niation. II
r r, nor power, nor cattlepower ;
1 /
I the of Jnrii.i and commercial city. These bluff: of Commerce
willshe
r spoils ; tlOr to which was
ti er, hut hy Utr{- tower. Four do! ( sbulong It \v as iriade: the duty of all claimants r'
". sulTur the fti iblo I : uen only elevated hut it t referred the bill from
pr : tr.ulc! which i I are Iwalthv. i the Senate, entitled
ti to the establishment. in attor- :
i They to ; or hy
,001 ... she curries on with tilt Ionian i isles: appear person may be thought figurative by those 11 11I I "An act to establish l a port of
..: "t ire worked two at a time, for about I I nee, before that Board, to present I
? to (pass without a stro2e from her f who never have had the advantages j jj 1 I (rutty at St. Marks; in "Florida, and for
1" fifteen nimuies v/htn} such
_
;, Uw /t ( j is to- and support their claims ; or
: hands. N jither will! Frame of visiting that place but tu those} 1 1I j! other "
: lien off'and 'I ( forget j t purposes, reported the sauce
:,: a relay uf two oilier dogs as should! negloct to present tlwircJim | !
:' that tilt Wild! Coar of the North has i{ who have had these advantages, nothing I J I with an amendment.
.
put to labour. They travel on the I l: >, would he deprived of their I!
t real. Tire wharves of f I Mr. Tucker '
is
moved
been her mole the considers-
and
,.: ::rr circumference( of the inside of a wheel 1 I once among vineyards, ri"hlo. The ronMe( and expense ofappoaiiMfr f t l I jAspalaua "
; that he liiohnunt. j are three-quattersofa mile j! lion of the following resolution offcrI
is lunging j to return K> I -
'ft..i: alont; 12 or 1 15 feet in diameter, &.C., at St. AnguMinewasvery i ,
: trhich OnlHM>ihfir >idc, Hn* sin lIasnwrc I in extent: nvulc, not by .mdbut, by !I ed by him some days sinto :
ra ;:. gives motion to the machinery ccnsithsrybUi ; hut, us a prospocl I
. brute fur ind l the II ntt ln't, constituted of a solid I Resulted
:;' which drives a circular saw with greitTelocity. ; < not iw'uniary of obtaining a conlirmatinn of their I perpendicular That a Committee OH

...:.r It requires some days and nifans wherewiihal to employ it titles, and the right of managing their t-toRe wall, ranging from ten I the part of the House. of Representatives I -

t'r" soma art to break a dog in. It i is advanta ;eorisly ; so that: with wliate.- own property, seemed to pft eJtthf.'msc.t's to twenty feet above Clio water's I he appointed to join such Cummittee -

: vcr \'iUhc, at present has not the edge.rrhe depth of the water immediately as the Senate
4 ro.dly amusing to observe the sagacity r all were suhmilUxl to may appoint, on
,' Por to eX Cl1tu. &ut, should tiit.-re at the wharf is ten, and i in their to fie and
,
;, ; ;:: of these animal They are taught a without a murmur. Tile commissioners part upon recommend

;t'.: practical lesson, that industry is necessary lie but one successful inroad made retried to Congress, in 1 S 23, tho channel fifteen. feet And a further I the day on which! the President of
on the coffers of the Eat there IJP-j reason why Aspalaijashould be morevaluable I the Senate
I and the
t- of
: to animal welfare. The cost t and that: report remains unnoticed, Speaker the

:;l,: i* of keeping four dogs is estimated at th;n ho pourt-d us from ancient althouqh! } 1\1 r. \Vhite, the enlightened than ordinary pac! es, i is I House of Representatives shall adjourn
thia, another horde of GotlaUIIJ thai there is no other place on that extensive the
; ':. only, fid 1 per day.- Troy Sentinel. and valuable representative of Florida present session of Congress.
a_ Vandals, which Tike a swarm of locusts river, from the junction to its Mr. Slower asked for the a-ai
1'U and rite honorable gentlemen who I ayes
.: SLEEP. -A patent has beengranted will hlackon I! mouth which house
and on
disfigure the even one can this
i M'A in for iu- made the report, as well as several | II noes on motion, and the ayes and
.. England a newly
be-budt much J less
whole face of where
Europe, as at the downfall a town, a ones were ordered.
other menbers, have not ceased to
Vantcd air bed matrass. The
or of the Roman reasonable share cf health
and
good
('mpire.From
, call the attention of Congress to the I Mr. McDufiie
.r ticking is formed of cotton cloth, -\'iti I rose to second the
water be vbtail ed. Most
he A' i1T can men
Y- ( ra7llilc AdrcHiscr.
a coating of prepared elasticand subject, without effect : but as thereis motion. Ho hoped it would not be
gum Caracas, 1st Alarch -I wrote are apt to look to old worn-out trackgfor
another covering of ailk. It is you now a bill before the Senate, which considered a tariff qncs-tion.
so a few days since: when tIre MnmVipalky speculation ; such men arc limited
ago
portable that it be carried in th ;rocs to confirm all titles to lands in Mr. Mallory said it would have an
may ; of Caracas, have agreed, in I to their sphere 1 which generally and]
Florida the titles which influence
important
pocket and be filled and to are reported on tho tariff
may emptied -
I jsendingto Bolivar a nptlnot: ialstatiun, finally, brings them to their ruin ;;
at pleasure. good by the Board: it is hopedHnd i I question.
that having confidence his while men with more enlarged views,
every in I expected that its to The question of consideration
Hear importance
this sluggards and S
,, ye rejoice look such Aspotato
patriotism, takrnlsc., they do not at great speculations as
the individual the welfare of t then taken-ayes
fi How convenient it will bet wheneverth owners, ..Hords.V 73, noes 9$.
consider change in tho hy are some men
any government Florida and the of the whole
.;,:. t udrow 'y this onye, to lak3 your at this tune necessary, &c.-so interest I I more wealthy than others ? Because Wednesday, AprilZnil.
';",; bed out of pocket blow it community, will induce Congress to The bill from the Senate
,
:e your up, they do the for the
., you see things fts I anticipated! the not pursue way-worn
go
h and take ariel : ; the latter bill, without u dissenting rolief of Mrs.
J' a nap on your couch, fact is thai; Bolivar is the only pass trackrhy ti' are some men in a similarity Crown, widow of tc'

1 p4.j,. mote soft than eider down. Whentho that will suit this people) -they know man voice, or loss of time. It is, however life more distinguished than v- late Maj. Gen. Brown, was, in obedionce -
4 t.
1.r,, ..f age of improvements will cease, it, he knows i it also lie will bring surmised that some members titers 1 Because they are stimulated 1 to the vote of yesterday, read
'. \vu cannot determine but s are prejudiced( against the larger the third time and
, 4k t. may soon every thing into order before 1': by enterprising considerations white tKsscYeas 97,
and under '
that all
: : expect to see a pipe of w'nc rendered months. grants, say grants others with loss Nays 74.
drudge on
energy
'
," .?.. I portable as well as potable. Soon 3500 acres, have already been con through life in The -
obscurity. ----rsgi-l.
IOl':1'E'IDEOTho' Ccleno arri ffl nted. have and fu pror
., :. we may consider it no novel l spectacle True they duce brought down the Appalachicolathe
ved off a
r" ) to see a traveller carrying his bedposts Montevideo on the 22d Jan.,, that reason, in addition to all the last said be Washington, April 4.-In the
and year is to 50,000 bales
t was immediately boarded by a ,the larger should also be confirmed. .
in a side [pocket, as a carpenter I ones of it Senate, the bill regulating processes
J Brazilian cotton ; therefore', must be
boat, her register "endorsed Florida claims have been until expected -
ol in
: i does his square and compasses bed the Conrts of the United States

Qd.j s in his coat tail, and a bolster and by order of Admiral :into--and aril l this moment, like self-righteousness that in a very short time, tile in those States admitted into tho U-

:1f..,. pillow*in his watch fob.-N. i,. Entd communication with tho shore strictly fie that has the most is the worst oil I increase quantity of must be greater besides an niori since 1789, was, after a long discussion -
nrofasses
"'f' forbidden. T'be Celeno was also It is true, that he that bought the sugar, and rum.
, : .7 A i in All of which commodities- ordered to a third reading. :
; or powdermcmufactured in
, ..trr paste Jr'evented from receiving water andother most, and expended most for a very Some
money bills
London for the of short time be had in the private were disposed 0' _
t i' purpose extracting of which she can greatest
:, supplies, stood I lands, relying cm their titles, under In the House of .
; Representative?
r' Iii:' the beard which sometimes adorns the much abundance af Aspalaga. B.
in need-and this extreme rigor sanction of the Treaty was the
great the resolution *
ofTerred
t : : of ladies in on Wednesday
: '. upper lips England hasA Life of Columbus.The
arose solely from the refusal of est simpleton, as it has turned out ; Life of WICKLIFFE
by call
found its into New York and is containing a
f '! way Capt. brazier to go into the port of but the tme; has arrived, when they Columbus Washington Irving, was for information relative lut&rnalImprovements

r .f, osteemed by Major Noah as a "del i- Montevideo, where he would havebeen have a right to demand justice from published in London on the 11th Fe to
w 4''j.'3 sate and valuable discovery." If he led to some discussion
obliged to give bonds to the their representatives. Their sufferings bruary. It is spoken of by the LondonWeekly which
; hair D'S like fur the was cut stunt by the expiration .
on D'Om lips, on
amount of his vessel and and Review in terms of
. cargo, have beeu long and oppressive high commendation
; of the
J h beever be increased the }hour devoted to motions and .
\ by highness been subjected to an expense of the nation has borne the charges of both as relates to the man
. resolutions.
t u ri.. +1: of latitude, such. an article may be a at Joast one thousand dollars. Com commissioners and s cretaries' ner & tho matter. In matters of greater Mr. OAKLEY gave notice .:
4 that when aia
tRr the Tariff shouW *
valuable addition New York toilette i' a
c ) to a modore Biddle, of the United States "sal'ri s, for some years ; and I moment than style, the reviewer be taken ho should discharge ,..
': : ] but we assure the Major thai up, move to -
t ; ship Macedonian very the proprietors have*paid .counsel observeSjMr. Irving has been eminently -

:\t U. 1"tt::;,.,r.I: our southern belles have no need ofshaving plied the C leno with POliWIY'SUP-1 witnesses]; travelling expenses, time,, successful. The narrative flows on from the the further Committee consideration of the Whole of the

- 1 materials.MilkdgfxiUt. water from the Macedonian, and pro t &c., all of which} is lost, if Congress rapidly and agreeably,and when bro Bill, iu order to bring it into the .

! ,{t : Statesman. cured what necessaries she wanted refuse to act On the reports madeand ken is broken only by indispensable House. The House

r 't .. l Flying Kites.-The safety of h:i- from the shorn with his own boats. printed, at a heavy national expense disquisitions.Georg Ian. mittee of tile Whole on then the, in state Com or

'. ,. : man life is one of the primary objectsof While on board the frigate, Capt. F .. And those who are rich i inlands Hemp.-An able article in the the Union, resumed the consideration

y ; civil; society. Cut it i ill strangely learnt that the hostile armies in the I according to said report are, Nashville (Ten.) 'Banner strongly ot that bill, when Mr. REZD made a

: f !; neglected by the police of this city.'fIle Province of Rio Grande were near in some cases, unable to raise a dot recommends the culture of hemp i in speech in favor of the amendment of

. tP dangers from flying kites in our each other,and that battle was hourly j' lar to provide for their families. The thatSlateanarticleitissaidPeculiarly Mr. SPRA.CUE. After some explanations

ht-fti are Dot less alarming than no ) expected. most valuable parts of Florida remain 1 adapted that soil and climate: ; between.\h. Srmcur and Nr.

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uoa.-l r.hft% i** ilo.bien favorably! disposed ere more or less burnt, some severely. j to ;import any horcafdr.Te have i -_-- -.-:- .---- 1

Mr. C, inn rxprcsscJ a toward* m. none dinrrbuly.: The first discovery ,If now before us :t better schojl: slate The Ttiettrkdl Corps of Pens"cul,ter. :'

dere toinuntl the aiii'-ndtncnt, and I The liter of the foregoing aiticle, if .n the fire was made between two anJ three than ever saW before. It is 1 desirous to produce every novelty tlmt) ma,/
the we ofl br deemed attractive hiivc made
cotton
stowedon ,
Mrran
lemarks much morehonor o'clock at night, among .:t
the truth hm
.. ,
he states
m-jkc c' *e deed
'c) accomiftiuinj most of or the cock-house. A negro woman, who sufficient thickness and polish, of a J ments '%ith Mr. Myer to Sing a feur Kven-
thai the and mHijninimitjthai'
I '!II nude a successful: 1 .n.' !.io i I ois inasmuch as he professes Ins co-ild not he parsuaded! jump overlxMnl.per' fine grain, nntf of a dark color. I It is' ill';' ; from the celebrity of his talent! _r.

Ctlmnl'tf'e raSt'-.."" .T.t rll,11. I oppo hoctilitv! and; gives ,is warning of our d:'ngrr ,hed. '1 he Boat wasII th $25.000 ;' also better framed than any imported j think further expression uf npini.n entirely

\\ ."'.-Our read- Jaiu.uave three fourth. of which was owtieo. by her iiperHnous. and earnritly hope to recrie
April F.ilied!
.. cIShi7IgtO | : while other! like ih* slate. This slate is fnim the !
Capt., John Duncan, and ene fourth twMr. quarry Ih aoproli.ition and support of our hilbcrtu
t'oiiL'rp' lOn- 'irai.IhCYtave
(Ts will tserieive, by our ; I uniformly rarrinl: t\vn f.ice- white Crocheroii-not a dollai insured. Beside of Co 1. J. M. Porter, near Kaston.We : :heral 1'atriu.
xtert'itd"the hando"fn "
4 al Ki-iort, that the Huu
i by a (lctf'rmilH'tll1ort ?13. )00, in Kai'k notesWHS burnt: ;$1<).0 teeth set. with ;tll nndT iHt'rntssn! open at liberty to say, that: he Ins [ ;
ko vinin? !Ill. Tariff Bill out ofthe false pixtendtd .)which, it is .....J. v*;us money received at
gut
enemy is picfcrred lo a an immense number ready for the I
t hole List nijiliUIr the Cahawba Land OtHcc, and upwards of S1..
OnuumFp; ofthe \V friend market and that he
will sell [
$1000 belonging i to ihe bo.it. them .IS I .
sevcr.ilarjent'iiMnts contained in the reredingaiornroous
0\3 into liio Ilo-ise with: 1'\r)\ threat j the articles.
as
cheap imported
<''le will have no elTett: on
will n
; but xvhelln-r IM-SC A. T. Penl11tutlnjr. Eiq. has lately! commenced Philada. :t m' 1
our course, nor will it ::i i\'t us any imue uneasiness pafcr.Mr. .
_ be atTnnivii hv tho! J II.use, or wheth.r : than the knowledge that we havean a paper in .New' Url -lII*, under ru,' -.
strcT.u'-h bill otherwise tide ofHe "'Veeklv Ht' "-two numbers OYiYof, a friend 'ifthe Administration
the or l h. -
thov HIVP : to enemj. It may however" regarded a* ort otAKR1VEJD.re\\S n\---:
,-vie c" nnot undi'rt.ikolo <:iy with I one ninny the ni.my "si"n* ofthe limes ;'' of which ma* Se seen Ht our OUicc.We has been elected: !tI.tJoof. !Da- % -
the fiola the second I- ---..
following --- :
extract
. ;-nv c.It! ;d"I1Cc-Yllt. Illtr/igil1ur. it evinces the de-perate mrass\which: are number. ton Rouge. '
to be resorted lu for our destruction.From #
, :: '_ -L .=-=___ --- ___T: "For the second:: time we appear The New York Evening lost insist5 April. 2VV-)Uarge. B.ooUyn Trader.

', : PIf \ ,Q D .,- \ \1 thf Xeif-York Staltt-nwi. Before the public in the/ character of a I Brooklynvtb "..0 bale cottou St sundry
'! ; .! .L- J .) that }lr. Van: Bureii will be (Jovertiorof pioiluce. .. EMKKLI; :: .
of
Anonymous Letters.-Letters a j jthreaten'mi In first '
making our
--- -- -- journalist. appearance
: =-= \ New \ orl\.. April 19th.-Bri Acennr.. Wheeler
I II[ character are often for'warded it was meiely to exhibit N'v r
I: : ,. The ork. Start for the Jfary.Jlrf. .
Richmond
through; the Post Offices to j i'our new suit, in h-'pes; ii.it: it might Enquirer, states : .-Schr. .M'sse'ng. r, F nler, :Mobile

respectable! individuals: ; and we are ||! strike the e\ es of some of the disctrning. that a rencontre took pJace betwi-rn I CU I). Lime aivl Coffee for tlie NaTy Yard
has :Mr. \liijhu; of Ohio, & Mr. Kremer, I arid II. Michrfet.CLEARED..
clad to notice that the practice ]!. Our manner and course in en- :

I been adverted with severity from j into on Pennsylvania! :\\"CIlIIP, Washington .
this
to i I .le.ivoriug to bring paper ex- J April lth. schr. iit-ciar. Gage, Ilavnim. -

_ -,,. .,.. ;L ,. .- 4 I --1.4 aJ I I thc benrh of tho May '" Court otPhiladelphia. Utencc! may appear to su .1e a 11l\'ei'' -but two them.gentlemen interfered, and I (2trto: ."34 000 feet lumber. ....
honor Recorder I separated; H>:h Self.; Elizabeth .
-
His I New.Oi
I one, at any rate \\ e venture to predict Forsyth,

I Rend, described it as a misdemean I an unusual OIle.re issued ihe Sir Walter Scott is far ah'ancce1.j !M'i li.illast.
I Srl-r Miri.i, J. McC. B.ikrr, New Or-
our and pointed out the many evils i individual \viih another'n vpl. 'The title i, sauf ,
first iniiiberii hoot asking; an j I > !Icsn Cargo: 15 OOO brick bv thc Master.

a to which it unavoidably gave; rise, to put his name to the ''sub to be St. ValtMitiiir1.Day, or the F-jir; I I SAILED.
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;a- FM () \r. -APIH L 2-th, ISJJ.lti in a varietv of ca-\C'.. He conceives scription list. Our object in doing Maid of P t'rh, and! rumour si/tcs April?>"! -I" S' Ship Natchez, (r.

-- : it :o he the duty of Magisnates] !oprost'cutc tiiis; was: to open before the public a thai it will bf forthcoming in about ; B-jtUJ F.".: C m'.)3nri f, 1')0" cruize.AK .

J'alp Salls j'fllr. th_* transgressors: ; and we six weeks. Chal. iv..n. KK.M ruts PORT.
specimen: of the work oefore they Mercury.Liverpool. .
=._"' -.:..-- -- :: --= i At rhUidtlphinWHh ,UrzrrtBrig' Scio,
-
--- -' J'.tpcti.m- h-'l.l OH Tuesday I list, reJu'tt..II',1 trust that I toe fear of this resort may were asked to lay down the cash forit ,-------.---_- ._ _-_-.'_-. ,. -_. ------c Donalil. li !.HVS from Pen.-:1cuIa.

t ic (-...It': of1.. CKUITKH and deter such as incline, for the future, We have since made some liltle 1-- 'T ;;

: JMHI 2 i. Ti'')* J g., refill 'i : to fill' ihe to any such pis'ceof mischief.Theatre. : I exertion lo obtain subscribers, and C \\\1; : \\. l.\IJ. MASOXuTTHK: T.iitttoiC

I "c"lIcicc iu uic 3orti 01 AUU-.iiH'u ol tins have met with as much success as we -- = : publication of the! .'!a.'anic..1JirrJr
<*,. .-This evening, Friday April Jl
) I could have but Monday 25th Feb.Tho .- he rufpendeJ fmm this date.
reasonably expected
:25th! will be presented "The Castle Spec _
The Visited. latfs' Diitricl! and! Srpcrlorfoutt ire or Mysteries 'f COIIWHV Castle." After not sufficient to warrant prosperity in demand, tor cotton for the weekending THE AMARANTH,

. ..f \\"e't Fl.'nda will conimn.rf its ; the Play: Mr. Myers will t give HU extia- the main undertaking. Therefore, Saturday last, has been steadv, I I nMasonic, work, will! take the place ot"I
: ilav Term onir.t ,\louda."t'f'. ;., Vin:: I the Mirror-Will he devoted exclusively'
ordinary exhibition of vocal and rather extensive the sales
powers
if the exhibited a- I
::titf;,*t ond ty '-' May. Suitors, .Jd. u1 &, specimens already to Masonry, and will appear on the 15th

.; tIj n 1ul'j'it"S! wi'Jdo "dl! to take notice of I The following1 remarks are made by the should meet the approbation the mountifi"; to 14,400 bags, of which I ot'thi:* month ; and ,f'Sufficiently encouraged -

. : : "11!. Kd'.ttir: ofthe Baltimore American Farmer [ friends literature &- sound morality, 1500 Americans have been on speculation. it will appear( on or about" the 15th

: introductory some fextracls from the I it is expected they will not be backward With the exception or Bra- I of eyi-ty *ucceedirt honth. The originaL'
Tut Lf. 5. Ship :\-itchez. \. BCDD 1'sq. design ofthe Work will be no far amendeo
of Col. Committee f/il the of all descriptions have
lettsr While to the on iu coming forward and contribute prices
Command I', beario the broad !pfnnant of as to embrace Original Mssonic Essays .
Coin. Hili"f'I.1giI. 11 from this Port for acm Commerce, which we published a aliortt I their mite for its propagation been very fully tlj1porte' Thi-; I Poetry ; and General Intelligence reN-

/**, tn touch Hi N v-Oileuus', ou Tuesday me since. ; It i is our firm determination, as tho pa- sales comprise 360 Sea Island at 1 lid l i tive to the In-titut'on. The price" :vii'.T:

last.L ., Florida.Though the latest I ironagc of the paper increases: to to l6d, jib 100 S-aine-J; at Gj I to I b-0 S2 per annum, in advance ; and it i icxtiected i.

Territorial acquisition of the United it in talent and usefulness.Thus .- I 9 Id -6370 Mowed l, 3d *., r,2, xvi'ii' SO : th:1lvery person uhr subscribes .
- :'<;t T iday's Mill: (22: id brought augment
) for it ,
St.iles its inherent fertility and local i will remit the amount: on 'Ii -
dat fplIl New Qrl< -in* cf 15th; and I MlhnsiV far; we have made no vain promises at 6j 1 1-13O Orleans d! :o 8d. ; of

: -Muhne ft' :7th aud -Oth, and from bearing have commended it to the I be it sufficient that we with 15 .11 :IS;: d-1:>30 Mooile and I! ec. (ption thee and i.umber aftei
say u '-crii.illg', or the .iiird will not Lu
bLt,.. e: of the ::1 at.iV. notice of the public in such manner shall use our best endeavors lo be useful ALb nn 51d a 6d, with 30 'it! 6jk f&'ra'arded.

:::: / : .-On Frii-... 1ai, wr were (..voted that !its population i is increasing .with in a word, we shall: act fully up to I Sew r'f'kl March 31.- Cotton. Suljscrir; >ers to the Mirror \\ho wish: t'is!
wonderful rapidity, and the attention .,i nuranth, are to :
: : ac\: a tii-a\y f.il' of rain, \'iich' *;is lau.ht' I the means placed within our posses I I The > tk-s for three days, ending on requested gH.11 early
ofthe has been, attracted I 'rot>ce to that effect
government I
: .tit'-all.1 v" htch continued nea: Iv all sion.Hiiro.. (hr 2ith iiUt., have; :rimotinicd' i .ibont
'. towards] it various occasions the Agents for the Mirro" are rcspectfollycquested
.e J" 1 :jOU The tr.ms-ictions consist -
bags.:
t'oi; si>'\i i .aiIlHt(..5, some u the stoi:>-:; "cn' connection of its local situation; and to u"e tier influence in gibing;
I *'} uf a litter fi'tlill \\Tashtiig- ofabout 10OO( bile from N. Orleans r 'roQlHtion to thii work. Ail who -
:-. 1.Iut thesy.eof: a small% pistol halkt.\( In with the "general welfire." I procure
*Jie: tiifiu; the urather ckaa eti oil, and we resources I i lUll, dated March 2S. ,o : ;principally' '1'enu.'ces: at Yl : sxsubscribers: : and will become re-
-
r-s\e SH.C.- t 1\
it in Conjires$ watchful} for what ,
ever I vevs will authorize the establishment :j jof USe', at 11 cts: and f)00; bales of Uplands To copy
TVif /T 1. ofthr p"'z, lroa tart/.V. may accelerate its growth and auijjment those who have piid in advance fir

? i'i 'ClI1" ..!
.; nia:.i'Jt i I tectin a Pio pccfu* which made an exposition to the committee I at Sa'. 'tlluah, at least rfs a port of re- Chnrlttfon, ."Jtlril 7th.-In Lou- \ will be forwarded to the fiill

yon .tatc srfn. proposing to publish a <'- fuii and rep-iir: for our sloops of wai i I buslIc; done iiiiouiit, unless otheruiL-e ordered, or the
,vsnd paper in tin place, to he called "The on commerce, 'osliew the importance :j'! '' Stapletli s was extremely .Mirror be resumed.
and frigates. If would stir
;2 bzg&1-;." You olht'f\r that from there be- making: St. Marks a port of entry, I i, light you I limitedthere, were no sales that: would .fj'We would :iin solicit the attention
Jni no natnv of eit'irr' Editor or publisher ': up your citizens to frame a good me'Ilo.it&l in the least former of
; and building there a ligh house nud j I j vary our quotations Agents to the immediate adjustmciitofthe

: \ou :tr led tn Lfhc\e that thtre is no improving the harbour.-'The committee : !, setting out all the ad>:antages !I' -21 a 27 for Sea Islands ; JO a accounts committed to their cart .
; i:1 iCHI3 iiitfn'.ion IIi pli..,liing' a paper have it a good ef-i nod those subscribers who have little
you ;: iiiight; produce IV for Stained IS ail I for Maine : crno
nne, and that the ohject has heeu to have l) f\r; concUi red with the I ; communication with
Agents are re-
prevent an inctea-e of patronage to your honourable delegate as to rtcommend feet.We :>tnt! Santee Upland cotton was; in
I Utsted: to remit the amount of their bil9by !
about
Uazetle. I assu e ou. $ir. } ou arfc entirely an appropriation for tho two first !shill not adjourn until I better demand the last week than the mail. Agents are authorized to remit

-.. IIIjd,,';t'n.-l have nclli.cr:been 4>mi..'partor the JOth! May, or later. I and fur business
week
named objects and a survey of the I previous, a : :.n the same manner.
,
deceived": by one. The omission ofmv I .a
:Mr. I
any We
took
vote yesterday on
done- We Si tOA Those who have received their bilk
;; nnm to thi 1'1 pettus; wa* entirely haibour with a view to the la!t. quote wnorallv" t.) "*,
;:M diary's amendment to ihe Wool *ili add to ,
1 sites I tor iniutUtiii'
:: g .iccid-nt.il and I seriously! intend as soon ns i principal i 9 a [) \

mv inftteinl IIi rit' ff'.:m N. OiU-nng. to The St. Angnitine HeraM: !, in copying our len's Bill. In eiTecl I think that vote t qu-ditits. and 101 a 101 for prinv- present xt-ar's papers ai d "remit without

41 publish an indopenJ-nt paper, devoted to account of the a;>piHieusi< .i and dismissal decides its file for this: segsioi i ,. My i the }latter* *i is unnecessary. delay. Ttiis will savenmcli

,ht'1u'.H;uerisy u.,<4 -.vt-Ifaic ofthe Territory. ot Moore for passing counterfeit dollars, I. 'belief now is, that no act on tins snh- description very scarCe J11).C. H,, wn. April, 1823.rlll .
Au .'!ltir..!., -t ,f .TatrnaN, including! makes the following"REMARKS. I and demand good. Yory choice p n-

: j rip pjier .: '(4 J 'I ." I'"' will be received Fiom this ji-ci will }pas this year. Our only ; eels command somcihing) more than 11 Ii: SulJcr.Vwi.hin : to disrontin

::4 lime.. fmiiinU :>:. O !li... !s by the, next arri- state of the hope at the South :is the dbagreoment ; 0r highest rates.Pensacola -&. iit biisint-s, offeis rsale: his Stock>>
C:1se'C do nut hesitate to thin M> hand, convstjnjf: of Grucer1e. Frovl-
\ ;sti I I the .lierifV ought to be :::--s--''- -._ __ __ _-J__ sos; : unrl sundry: ether Merchandize' Ha
instantly
de. I'l cotDRtence publijation! of j re- mtI1Uf1cturers, and lie di>like of the

jry paper win! I hope, by my uuremittedAtieniJ moved. The l law, by express enactniMil east to the duties! on homp iron and Price Current.i \will\'lbhinginrlnler.cf"sell lou !for ctsh: ; or, those person.
.." to) JC4ient' the patronage of a lib. makes the Sh'eri11'thi' Jailor i may purchase on approved
.TaJ public. molasses.V ithout ti1l' e i."tus, the I Corrected meeklyt! for the Ptnsacolaj notes, payable411 Thirty das for
and it authorizes them
1 bos. Eastin as expressly west will not support[ the systemwith : I Gazette. my: aiTJunt under Two hundred ullu.f.f .
'
3 whore thiere is no Jail! to take their ) Sixty for
I them a t of the east will iiy days any amount ever Two
pill B. 23 28 .
giug,-yard to c *
Lrttc and Editor
i Uundr't
,
Proprietor d dollars.I
prisoners to the npxt ana .
the "ALABAMA WHIG." !i prison ; (ill:: Tho bill as reported by the committee I tae t1Jpt'/lb. 10 to 1-j .,
o. : :e< demands ..
I should the have been iueits11 persons having
i I Territory so unfortunate suits 'liacon, 7 to 7j any
no one it
I because
O'l the fore.roi. ve haveony! to remarktiMt I! presses ayr.'iiit him to bring them forward
: as not 10 possess a J'I, I IC hard Beef, bbl.! 9 to 12 $
-:; .., evidence under the on all.-Georgian.CONDYRAGUET.. and those indebted him will
-*C t'av 1- sijjrHturootMr. 1:1: Ii; please tu
Butter, lb. to ctur'hn
sherilTcoiild! have for Countrv
plead no
j excuse
( settle! their i
L.istm n m_elf, that he WHS nit I 20 ." accounts.
jas }long there was forC'e enough in his .-The committee I > to > ,. lie also wishes
fit Materials
:j Pfijpriitor of which composed I : I Ueci' Wu' lb. '2 2 to 2' to rent out the sloro
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jr. thr. tfiop oi' the Alabama>N hi- : &i COUf1'Y, he was bound to keep his pn'soner : : of Foreign Relations; : made a I Cotton, Upland to 9 ? and house which he now tccupiea.

'-ij. that his 1i spocius has been circulated: almost -': ; otherwise, lie is chargeable : report in the House of Representatives I Copperas b.. the bbl., lb. 3Collee :\ ? James Quinu.

Zt to i'l"Solelyij hppiove of those the course who we have nave prufrett taken i with an escapc.: on the 25il ult, upon the Memorial I Prime Green, by the Pgnsacolg: S4th April. 18.8-6-tf.

(as we believe.fuv the good of theTerritolyj -1\ We are not so a411rtet: in East Condy Raguot, late Chire baj;-lh. 16 to 13 cts.

ai and He then lenve it to the Public to i I Florida.Ve have an excellent Mr- d'Affairesofthe United States at Bra- Corn, by the Cargo, bush. 73 cts.Cord.a S co iivi'ui.flANAWAY ; .
/ 1 Ib. 16 cts. '
JiuUre.iiow! fMr.. Eastin I is" likely .tu pub- !:shut, who understands his duties well, zil, relative to some severe reflections Cheese.:,Ib. 9 to 10 cts from the Subscriber on

tip lie..u is invited independent here and paper.supported The truth for the is, I, and has never yet refused to receive upon his character and official conduct Corn Meal, bush (none) JOO Man viz. 11th April three Negro

territorial and in the Gazette de Brazil. In their Flour, Westein bbl. C $ ;
jnirH, e, fn sf of putting us down-and then prisoners, to keep them
I'
cf at' niptit'g; ii' her grne-1he.ople of)i safely, although many of ihem were report, the Committee consider the Northern 6 75 'fODae and Jesse.
Gin, Holland, Gal!. 1 25 to 1 5<*
the' Teirifoi v are the tribunal. which iniijt ( directed him as Jailer ; but we charges alluded to in the Gazette as -t_>

.decide "eet our -nemies shall! succeed j have no sheriff; but this is the fault of false: and undeserving the attentionof Gunpowder Country.: Keg" 650 to 750Hides. !p TOM is 26 black yens of age, rl
?r nut. It the nublic: ot opinion that we feet high, complexion -,
have not published "an independent paper the Legislative! : Council and not of the Mr. Raguct or of Congress. His Dry,lb. 9 ct*. ,- has small whisker, and

;i kvoted\ to the 'fjfare and piosperity ot Governor. Tho outs know better, conduct they consider as highly ap- Salted 5 slow, but good tlefiverj-
5i to $$ _ _
lb.
4 i the Ti-riitorv.those. wh" t'len, a i, time for as Iu give I for the time being, than the ins, and probatory.and commend his character Lumber Iron, Yellow Pine, M. 12 to 1fj $ speed
nay to may br expected to
;: more %satisfaction the contrary, then give our people are little inclined to en both as a private individual and a Red CVdnr, prime 20 cts Cubic ft. __. DAYS, ar Euvid. is 25

?hall ue be sustained and finally tiiumph courage such caprices as the desire public agent. Staves. W. O. llhd. N. 18 to 20' years uf age, 6 feet 2 incbe

over the machinations of our foes. It is for experiment produces. Aside from 'P''t'e ilO t O..oJ} ? hi"h, n slim, of black! I
I from the Baltimore American. 2A to 5
out ofthe question fur two papers to beuprorl..d all thi have tho best Shingles ? ; iu order to cloak
I in this pai toil he Territory-ellle I we regulated The correspondents ofsome northern Leather, Upper, Side 2 50 to 4 25 cti.Soallb. his villainy pretends to be
district
in Florida.
is But adequately) patronized I papers, in their letters from Washington 28 to 31 ? religious ; is' fond of siting psalms, and
As to the removal of the Sheriff, there is Mackerel, No. 1. bbl. 8
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make allusions easily beingt greatest rogue, will no doubt:
i: for enough
no necessity that-he has removed him. 2 Es.
; The Opposition 1 tJ/ thanks to hU securities, the City is no understood, toeven'the ladies who figure .. 3 5 ,.t take the lead in all conversation.

.:. The following is a copy of a paper i IUier,. h"ther the County or Territory are, on the scene. This the fishion ina Molasscv Gal. SO to 35 cts JESSE U it Virginia Mulattoe .
handed tae Editor of this paper, on Monday we are not informed. We too have lb. U cts --
: a refinement Nails cut
: nation that pretends to a 1L.tI 35 \ears of age, 5
last by an individual. was a stranger Marshal, who now holds also the office of Wrought, .. 18] to 25 cts feet 10 inches has lostseveral"
much is the high
to but ;
superior ours none
: to him."The and doubt ;
; Sheriff we not, understands, Pitch bbl. 4 $
ot his
teeth
s writer of this, sends his I and will perform his duty. He has had better for that. We hope that the timeis Pork, bbl. !D to 11 $ and is hard of upper Searing be

card to the Editor of the Pensacola J the Jail repaired, aud we hope we not come and never will come, when Pepper, II,. 25 cts. is generally whistling or Uughiug. ;

: shall never again have the disagreeable duty female names are to be bandied aboutin Potatoes: Irish, bbl. 2
Gazettf ; and along with it his resentment to perform, of recording the dismissalof the Sweet, bush. 6-.j ct*. Torn --and Have are brol hers ; they

.. on paper for the present on a supposed criminal without trial. We newspapers, amidst coarse jokes Rosin, bbl. 4 $ came from Craven County North Carolina

account of a selection in a late num. rejoice that East Florida is a well regulated on political parties, and in letters more Rice, cwt. 4-i .. and if is probable the} will attempt to return

.::1 ber of the Gazette, and for which J:1m District ; and without wishing to derogatefrom garrulous than witty or amusing. The Rough, bush*. 50 to C2 oU there, and that Jose will accompany'

determined have heradvanta2reswe| hope that hereaftershe female character in America is yet too Rum, Jam. Gal. 1 25 to 1 50 them.
to
satisfaction if will not be able to speak in the suptrla- N. E. do. 45 to 50 The abovt reward and all reasonable
and delicate for this Bri-
gentle
:_ it should cost you your life ; satisfaction tiLe degree. a thing Raisens, Muscatel, box 4 to 5 $ expenses will be paid for apprehending

I will have. If opportunity does tish fashion. Blooni, 4. 3& to 4$ lie! above mentioned slaves and securing

Dot permit me to have it openly I will t Speedy Jmlice.-On Tuesday the 1st Rapid English Sugar, New Orleans, in bbls. Y cts. idem: in any Jail so that I can get them ;
,
have it privately as convenience inst..James O. Abbott, Macon, Georgia, tegetatioSome o. in hhds. 6} to 8 \vilftiiy IH proportion foreither ofthctn.
best may was killed by William Fields of the same Peas, brought out by the British brig .oarai1a1 Lump' 2O to 22 cti. Wm.' A. Bell.

serve. place. The Superior Court was in session ; Catharine MDonaldfrom Liverpool, Shot, bag, 3 *' .
f5th 1828
Pensacola -otf.
Verily this is kindness over much. We Fields was tried on Friday i>f the same were planted by Mr. Couper, of St. Salt, in 4 hus"b. bags, 3J to 31 $ April,
-
hate the misfortune to have some of the week, conticted of Murder/sentrneed, and Simons 10th January. On the 27th Bushel, 76 ct.. -

.' toojt unprincipled Dt'miesheretofore, was hung on the Friday following. Segars, American M'. 2 $ No'rltE.THE .
of the '
indeed, they hare confined themselves to t February, that geflUenttn sent Spanish, ,, 12 to 20 $ undersigned, havinjfwld' hit stock

-, attempts to assassinate the reputation of *Stcam Boat Burnt.-The Mobile Com. captain of the brig a' peck of fine Steel, German lb. 1"1cu.. Groceries to ( o1. S. GJ.TE'I-In-

the Editor ; and, under the guise of friendship Register of 19th inst., gives an account of green peas from the same seed. Crowley 15 to 18 tend leaving for the North about the Crat

to obtain confidential communications the burning ofthe Steam Boat Florida, at Daricn Gz. Blistered, 16 Id 2)' of May All person-* having deOf'nntfg

to be misquoted ana garbled to our preju. Rutherford' Lauding, near Portland, on American 6 tu 10 against him are requested to prf ?nt

dice. Our motives have been misrepre the Alabama, together with her cargo, consisting School Slates.There have been Tar, bbl. 3 $ them,-and those indebted will please <.

St'utfti-our actions mis-stated and our Ian of sii or seven hundred bales cot for annually imported into Tobacco, Chewing Common 10 to 12 call and settle' their account.
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page penrmed; while secret slander has ton. There were fourteen cnbin passengers many years Cavendish, 3'J to 50 Samuel Patterson.
; the United millions of School
: been administered in such a manner a* to besides H number on deck-none States Tallow, lb. 8 cu.Whhkey .

; tiienate many rwpccud individual,. who were .ab!* to ;av <<

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CGMMEKCUL HOTEL.fWlHIS Pert'7J.Ca1 Iittmrr JTorlt We h.
Tu rV r.tuor o/lhc Fen'aeifa tttssKe.Sin C"t\e"'Sa.Ur.l: several times, heretofore T7?
Y\Wl\C. called
'rUv House, lately occupied by MajV.JL the at
I Ahoutthc little dilnculties which re.ipfctfull! :' I.n- tention of our readers, tonany of
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F Thill ntlmtwr nf the Pensneola tt1wurOc1 THE Tftot.u'Rllm'r, was pcoed on the _
, took place to day at the Vourt House I j ma his friends) that |lie Wl11 fitl11rtr.iw beautiful publications with which
i: \W"t FloridaAdvrrtii"rcompletpflfourvolume1vhtch ; the IGih of February, by the) Subscriber : cur _
, 'A', 4. \ have heen published under tin supcriiiiidener : during the election for Mayor and' Aldermen Deeds, Mortgages. Hill of S31e, who ifopec.tliilly solicits H chureot'thc Patronage country now abounds, snd which nrept.h.

I'ij; l,- tit i' |"rt'lc Mit Editor nnd iliimi tliivhole lor thin City, and nf\111 )have Mid I Towers of Attorney, mul tli l T Instruments ol'the Public. All, which the loralilie hshed at rates astonishingly' cheap. Some

f ..''t. period onlv. ten number lia\e been i-viicd. myself, I declare to you that no hotly even of Writing, in the wont approved t ;itroi d, shall he studiously provided, Sh Ort time !inntVe received th.\ Jlntnfnrtcen

o 't ,luring hi!*absence from the I City.&Wliilc ttIei.tit.I li"":U' tn this moment, I.., *yet come forward to ;I Issk ; forms on the iiMiiil tt-rrm: nml M)licitHcoiitinHance a nnd I every nUrllliollcf'volt'll to lie 'IIi.t and \ numbers (by the way, we hvuld ;

,. ,-'t'"1'' J.*v n"'I"II.i liicii; ; t hav rm""y e djubtlr.M' irnjierfiTfion been apparent in the fIMPfcr l me any satisfaction. I expect Sir, :; o{ their Orders, comfort of those who will lav our the House 'I like a continuance of its visits) of "Tit ;

,t t : ,I' it has lcvi; conducted, he cannot hut hope that 'ChtiI1 be plea*cl to give pnblicn- j, W. Haaell Hunt.Penwicola with a pteferencf.An A iiiiz., II Jjterarv Gazette,'' published :

'1:' that li" mayjustlv claim credit Air Iw* :affinity$ tion to the above, for the knowledge of 1828. excellent liilli;: *,1 Table, attached toflie I every other 3aturd.ty m Philadelphia. '
March I
26th ,
L:t' ; find real in its inHna:einent, ami for hi* fV.*M. all those \> ho then were present. : -- --- -- establishment occupying a separatebnihiin the low rate of One Dollar a Year, containing
'. .. endeavor to pive etifis1* -tu. Yoimir and inexperienced Very respectfully will contribute to .imtiscmmt.uith- eight royal .
. i:,.. he &t.lf'rt"l1k.tho publication nf:< Jackson Superior Court.Tlrdrm C' pages quarto, and oc 4
Thomas out iflh l't! with the order rind casionall
Comyni ring good ) accompanied with
:: pultlic journal with much Jistrnrt a* to hi abilities ; engravings< ;
':t M dUi'hanie. the arduous iitd I'NP"lIl"t-f<* s. coh.: 7th April, 1R2H. 4-2t.LIST ; District of Florida I quiet of the House, and piivate parties can the t 'poKr3f1hir.1euc! : tlon handsome\,

I.;! "1'! :: duties which would devohe on him, but with a I' ,-- I be always accommodated with n distinct and the '! ? firm tletrrininaluMi. by ifl.1nllryf1l1 prnevennce Jamex Hull, tilting room. of the
;Lrt OF JIi'L'E1 1 I ItS compt'l most beautiful cngravi""
: t } acquire 11If'"'IH rit'lice he needefl, :111'1r' CIIANnnv.1 There in on thr 1'illl"lII. one of be beat which we have noticed of late is Cluster
: c P. aland or fall H|*'u his own t-iirn's, he theyver Remaining in the Post Office at Pensa-: lloraeo! Lewis, > IN Stables in the phnre, where Horses thail be of the Miniatures of" a ,
Nine
t ::4 ". feeble. He has ftea'Iily purttted the : co l:4.ori the ht.of. April, 182S ; which if I Itt ctthrd C. Allen, I strictly attended tt.. eminent living -
,s." course whivh he thought currcc.t, and, t.ilely j jrcip not called for within three t1tllth111 he Simeon Cook defts.J American "uets. (HaUecky ntPmckney
'ff 't <>nit; >le fur tin' errors aini weaKm-f*** of ;, JOHN GARN1ER. Sprague I'ercival, llrooke, .
the General Post Office UeadLetters. I duly' aworn -
sent to as HK cnmpiMiiiHiit being
I ,.: the Editorial I ilepartinent nf the G-iz"-tie, lu' j j, T TERMS I'ierpontood worth, and Washington
) 1., : hope? that a srrnU Hirtion nf praise may be f stith: that ttichard C. Allen one ofthe Irvine,) copied from
original
, A.-S. K. Allston John Aniruc detendnatii' hereto i not inhabitant Board per Monthf 25Day portraitsta-
, : !'t: nwiirded to him, br aa fio-peflrxpre of his jr. an ken expressly for the NEW YORK
:4.t i "'Pinion.1I111r i IIII' earnft r-ndea-i ors t) advance B.-John Ball, Egbert B. Birdsall; I II of this District, but lives in the Middle Hoardis, 420 and.Lm/i .' MIHUOII "
the inter..tJ of the City anJiof the Territory Binner. 7ftUreakfnut Literary Gnzrttr ; which .ic-
';:. f fI District of tn'! Territory. lie therefore
u' Gabriel Bertram), Doctor Brosnaham; companieK the number for
' i I ordtr of advertisement against or Supper 'i7-J January 26th! ,
;j'e j: ;; : liave received from tie Cnrnnminify a? I I I P. Borges, Robert Bawick, G. M. I II the prays xuid m Allen.Tlioma Hones pet day 1 25 containing biographical sketches of thepersons
,; l:f 1', nuch cncouraccmcnt ana fupport, as, under month 20 represented. This
Brooke 4, Seth Bessc, f.V.. Brady j < n ll1.ellh'in-t sworn saitli! that per lOinle.num. ;,
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'F ilI rsi tin: eirrurn!tanceji, we had a right tn OxI I Pen ncola, February 20th, 1828.-45 tf. ber, we think, is well worth the of _
r4, I John W. the ct'the above atHilavit ire true. price '. : ;
peer; and to many. individuals M : nre indebted 'I'I't 'I Bradbury.C. contents ____ a yearly subscription to the Mirror. '
wbicli
! f'rlhrlr Mt..rtl"l0 serve tw.I.if.creiin-j! the I Isaac Clark Thomas tialtKcll. '
".*'i'-t I .-DioRicio Coss, i h published '
!?4t1. ; rircuiatioa *( our aper and endeavoring to :I, W ES'f TL01UUA. every Saturday, at Four Bul:6': .
HoratK Cross Julia 'L' Cross, Fer- Sworn to before me Jar l annum. The -'
Editor
.t .7 promote the in er>** of our (fthti$hfn"nt. To per promises ; /
;:!.. :.; thfi e, and to all thoiir who have really patronised/; ,: I;tndi) Christin, Felipe Cam:: .James this J9th AprilMarch] 1828. A VIEjr of WEST FLORIDA, another similar plate at a future period. *, co':

.i: ,: r.. we tender our grateful acknowlojcm; ; Callaltml1dn'V; Kogher Cuper, A. Lott, EMBRACING its Geography, Topo- The Casket, of Philadelphia in Octato
N.i. but it i isuscloi to deceive ourwlve and others I ., with an Appendix, form, continues to be
published in
j.;:, :. 'I y concealing' the f..ct, that we need aniore e1'nded \. Edward M. Creighton, Thomas (}lk. s. c. /. c. *'. />.f' treating of its Antiquities, Land Titles ner highly gratifying to it a nun ,
._.0.1 patronage and the more prompt payment 1 Cooler .Tackton County, F.SOth March lH2H.-2tf pat run", and
and Canals.
of11 uh crition We have been auxiou* very creditable to its Editors.Vc 'have .
,::::i 'n; ? .
,''Irlt, that onrpa per ihould! bn known, snd ha\>, f {) -Darius Do fore, Isaiah Donne, TOTJFTIinn WITH received two numbers of the Second Vo ;. ','

.fi ; thereforebeen| willinjherotuforn; to Qxtend William Duvall, Air. Dniminond.E. NOTICE. A Map of Weft Fhrlda, lume, (for January and February) the first .

"I, ;.i::.. indtilgoucc to th.!e %'ho, wilh intentions; really .-Thomas; B- Elcgaii, Francis F.TTIIlS of Adminhtratinn nn ltibiting a Chart of the Cou !, a Plan of ontains a Portrait of ANDUEVT J.AC"4hl'l",. ;..,.1:;
: "; patronise H?, were net aWe conveniently t iroroply I theth he .
I :'ir with the condition to pty in ativance- I 13. Elison, Frederick Enos, David I Estate of Catharine Wilson, lle e second a Statue of WILLIAM Pc\. : ,

lI hut it ft! now time for all such to prove that they: I Easton, AlfrcclV.. II. ElwesF the Cats nty t'scambia, deceased, having City Ycnsacola Q3Those Subscribers who have fovwarded Ji.'t..
r4': have not beenirnpinziipnII OHT.accomiMiinn: <; been ra.ted to the undersigned, by through us the price of the fir:.t "
, ;ii; ;; dlfpopition ; ai a mod of proig i it, -WP r Hnpon : ,-Tliomas \\. Freelove 2, Augtistin Hon. the County Court for the County thea nd the Entrance of PensJcohIltrlJour.. volume, are reminded that they now owe "

;'!p. .J them to pay up all :arrearages, and :It the I't' Faire 2. EscamSia all pcrlon\ demands KY JOHV I.J.K: ; WII.T.I.VMS. for the second.
having
' :,1. flnnie time tojendt'.ivor to increase the circulation! G.-Elisha' rushJ Oh11 :. Gardner T. ; Just receircd fur salt ftyW. Among the most useful and .
, ,. against t'ie estate of said deceased are valuable
.4tt Bur;per; and not to allow! our(titsrriptiui
.4 tt;tj:i li-t to be ehortenerl, b<.au!e. we demand payment j i Ahjxandcr Gibson, INatlianielGage. culled upon to present them without delay Hascll Hunt. works of our Country is the AMB ICJ X

, ,I"(1 for our Pli1t labrirv and expect an a::urancuot i and those indebted, are requested Pensacola, 8th Jan. 1827 FARMED, publiiheaby 8. Skinner, Esq.

"?'J 1t future support. ,r Hall Col. to make payment immediately, to --- S ot" Baltimore, weekly, at Five Dollars* a
"i To friend in and abont The IL- m. HumphreysLvnch ear. Often
' 'f our City we John 'robin. InformationVanteil.. ) single number of this publication .
, < V hare alwayg endeavored :o render our cstfibli < JIuisiiKiii.J. I IIlIHA contains matter worth to ,
farmer
L "' hmenl useful by the frrntuitons exposure .-J olna Innerarity.J. Arlmi1l ,trnlol'. 1 SAMI'SOS, by trade Tailor, the full priee of a \ ear's any .
subscriptlun. -
! of our exchange papers to all who full Pentacola, llth March 1823-5'J-8t. been absent from his friends in I It has
; : .George Jackson, James Jack a very extensive circulation! ,
.: ; inclined nnd about ten ; when Lot heard
/ to pernne them while we art Virginia yeais but we still wonder that it is not
,,/ 1f A ware that by so faing we nllowrd! them tonnticipate :Ofl LAND AGENCY.fl from he was in Hew Orleans. If1r.. subscribed moreenerally
g for all and
by ,
!. 'P: what was tf'pl'. r in our col.f. K.-Richnrd T. Kinnon. HK subscribers of Sampson is living and should see this) he more
have opened an particularly by the numerous clas for
'.-f.. :*. lImn, we confe we have been \tomslieilftrni I L.-J .) ) j.intlernionVilliani JL fleet fur the purchase and sale iLmds is requested to communicate with his retion. whose use it is especially intended, and, to .

!r.,'.r provoked' when rern.irhs to our disadvantage Lambert Solomon la Any information' concerning him, whom ,
Francisco Lopes, at St. Augustine in the house formerly I II its ft *: present a fund of invalua
,;;:. :.:.:J hrtvc been reported to u as coin- Win. K. Latimcri.Al. occupied by Col. Pt-rrault, at the, I direrted to Thomaa Brown, Fost MasterVicconiiro ble information. t' ,1'_,
Loring
I"ZI .off.. in j from those who, without p,tror>i in. us : \ Church Virginia or to W.Hisell ::
1'.L .0 .":. Alcrlet J :is. AIcKenney Miiith west corner of the public square, : f There are many other peri rdlcaunequal : I >:.:
.. I'::,..: In. any wa'iaetiken. ) advni e of ihr: use where desirous Hunt, \" tMaster, ensicola, will I merit witli' ,.,/,
to accomplish either the above
"... .'' ., of our na".rll.'c, trust how! "er. that I MiciiaH: AlcCartv, Isaac AIcKeevcr, persons i be promptly attended to and confer a fa- mekItioi1e1nmneofwbicli '.

:! ;: the number of these impnlrtt gzntrw.whilt \i. I I Wm.. McCallum, Mr AlcVoy, Tho-! purchase l leiv or sals their of commamU.real entatc, are v aronthe Mother and other relatives of:I and s take we have heretofore noticed 'I':
S0. small and that a large rmijorify of ': requested may some future occasion more I""
mils Jcv Duncan AicKinsie 2, A residence in the of h H. Sampson.QCj'Kditowinthr.
'! '; those who find I our paper tininfi'rcstiujr, cy long Territory I particularly to mention. It will always
,1.!:f :',: from tiro! rf'ttcnnjlJla mentioned. will consicr David AIanlov, Thomas J. Moore, F Floridr. hn
:': :. (! that: it is orr duty to make it interestliuf J ise Moore 2, Hamilton Morrow, become intimately acquunttdith near- confer a favor, by giving the above an in : subscriptions to either of them, as we ;': ::

:':.: to our friends in the roiitrvvho Imvr Jinn: :]ego, Joint Machunlieimer, ly all the individual claims to land, in thi- sertion. I may be requested. Among them are, the ', _'

f.;. ; Hot the same ndvwnfnje* from our e tnMislunenta Gonvrrnenr Morris 3. district, :ii Well as to their titles, locations, 1 l, AXXHICAN FAJI.XKII, Haltimore ; Weekly,

::'t.1 i... fliemselwWe are antions ( IO.JOlIfl 1tl1ttS; and relative value. And the increating S\1 {;\lll'\.lJ R8.I I fire dollar

: ,:.:.: to Hrcoromodute to plenvr all, as f;.r sis O'Snllivan., applications'; made, for information Xr.w-YnKK 'IR1IOIt nnd Ladies'

,j :: in our power ; and in icttirn we rxpcrtthat P.-Severin! I'al.io, Jamosli i(rson, I Ii urn ciery part of the United States, ,'\ H E subscriber has for sale, a few pair Gazette, Weekly, four dollars.Tun Library
.: : all rctldfnts of tlie City and Sugar Boilers, as a sample from the .
: prrminrnt .Strpben Purinton, Francis Poru-r, I more especially, respecting sugar estntvs, Am EL, u Literary Gazette, Phi b.
;:::;1' .f. its vicinity, who partake of nurrnnncsics Elias iias; intlttceil 'ht"100 believe, that an establUhment manufactory" and can Aupjdy' inv quantityloonier. delphia ; -
:..: will not neglect 1
'I.r.ht of our PaperPensncola Pap* 2, Daviil Porter. I list-Till to the public.AH Dec, T'-h, 1827-: 8-1 and Sentrtner.t, of Literature, JJ'tt .
. ,; Mnrci Hth, ISi. !{. Philadelphia ; Monthly,
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:1 .i 4; __ _ _ _ _ _ -_ ---Mary Reynolds. orders directed lo them, for rcpies i -., ,I two dollars and an half. .
l" "- S.-Jeremiah, Smith, John Sicoe, of surveys malls or plans as wdl n ol ieriiitoniMtion To thr llI/i..her$ uf Paper" and Periodical t AT.BUJT. und La din' Weekly; Gazette ,

:,1 .4 NOTICE. j' John Sager, Henry Slaback, Ft-rdi- I on tluf) hove subject, will be H'urkr, tkr'iu' kout the United States. !'Philadelphia, 8
I.j:',. T H1-: UnderciKn H aiithoriznl; In,' nand .Smith, Elizabeth Smith, [David 1! tiiniihcd! without delay. Letters, post: IT i"H intended before, or certainly by the THE aovrx-fin: Philadelphia Weekly, J-

, ..: : the lepal representative o*" ])na.Zuleta. ii: ill., i Stono, Jose Gomez S ct intavcma J I l'.'iI.I. directed to the Land .Igency, A'.inguHine /. : '! of May next, to publish a pamphlet three dollars. :,1-
P.- 1'tra .wiJow of Iu Ant'o will receive <
Miraxa.formerly due attention.
\vith oilier statistical 1 MASO.XIC MIRHOR
| matters, to notice all 1 I and Jfecftonic'i fir :
;; of this city und rxectjtnx of tIle Andrew F. .Simpson, Leah i{. JSnnp-J i i t
the .ItnC'N'
: Uo
; JOHN 1.El'l.I.L\ -IS, Newspapers and Periodicals, in the U. ton ; Weekly, two doiirsI&LCTO.r
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t-'f; ; estate of said Mi raj'a, deceased, tu oficr son), J. B. Shaw 2, Saunders vt Lo I WILLIAM. SIMMONS, is.. and the City or'I own where published } and.Ma'onIc J/, fJ.ntory, New-

;._.. for sale I Baron :3.T.Timothy: 'by. whomluld. the co"ditiullsofnofJicltiuJ) Orleans ; Weekly, five dollars.

: &.. One lot and house thereon No. 41, I I Twilcbell t Jacob, FJIANCIS J. FATIO.Dec. I &o. A copy containing the above shall t !, .11,,. Colvin't MESICNOKR, Washington, .
7* r. on Intendencta Street, in this City. f 27th 1827--44-lf : 0. C.
: D.ivid t foe faithfully forwarded to each of ; ; Weekly, four dollars.
Taylor Thompson Abi\diam you
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1i \: tI
"tf One tract containing 22 [ who will insert I NATIONAL)
References this
notice nnd forward IIACIlIiIt, New-York
I3ileTii&I ; oner, Mouth-
r. Tomes John\ .\. I I ;
ofland Tnrley.
situated betwixt ; ,
ft l
:: faiyou Col. Jos. M. '.iht., I a paper or a copy of the work you i, ly.one dollar.

z' t". the Hay of Penwcdl The nat ire of the, V.-Ezra: Varney.
; i Delegate troni Flnrid.n, : publish to Philadelphia, directed to LIBERAL PREACHER, Boston, Mass. &
r:1.i.: ::: ground i in grid to he uf the !h est kioit for W.-.--George \\-oollcYt George Mr. Ileiiry. Tanner, Philadelphia at THIS TKA'r LLErt. Keene, X. ht._; Monthly, gl.

1.Aj4; manurACturin hrrk; ?, atid the) proximity I Welsh; Henry Wilson, \\'1lJ. C. li'ictor Hrush, New York, Philadelphia, Fb. 22, 1823. Madeira Wines _
:t.p; M well M r.*;y mcan" of cotiveyauce, Uernard ln Cordials $c.
Whittle j Wm" Winninirf i f', (;harleston, -
,:. ftiuiUnake, the property v'CV yaluaole.W. : | )frey Mr. Jarons Williams Jh1.timme. F. H. N1SBET 11 ECElVEl) per 8ch,. Orleans hom
;; Flaseli Hunt. i Williams, .J as.V cst, Jos'mh Whitclinr I Philadelphia, k' ".
".. Wm. Wnrd Frances L. WilliamsStopiien -i I 'leave to inform his Friends and 10 cases superior Old -
........ Prnsacola, March Oth..182atf.. By the President of the United flFG London Particular ,
I ." ; WiMi.iUfSt; Charles F. \Wail Customers, that lie has recommenced I Madeira! me. :r
: h tales. I business at his Old Stand t : 10 It Old Port
WJnc.
< -. L.u1Vftrnt'r's Charles \V;,Il 2.V. .S
where he baa 'for sale a very good assortment :. 10 Cherry
of th Mraridy,
.-Jeremiah Yancrv. provision* of the Superior.
: lp; 'L\\\ j ; IN"pursmnce of the Act of Congress, ofFresh 20 Cordials, first quality assorted in
Not
forwarded .
the being
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;r; :, FOR the acqtrVttioi) orAtiHIULTt- 'r, postage not approved on the 3d of March, 1H23, eiit t Seasonable Goods the cases 1 doz. each. ,'

:; -r. LI rHIIA UY. and MTSCIiLJ.ANEOUS i paid: -"j eOI-p. DehriyViilitu I ded11 Ait amending and supplementary Received by. the latest arrival from New, 10 Wine Bitters. p ,C"

..i; t- KNU\VLKDUK. Homy, Lower Canada.; t I to the act for ascertaining claims and York and Philadelphia.: 5 Demijohn superior old Holland Gin. '.

I': '. uKno\\'I Jee ipo\ftr,"-fta'cnr. (tli:. Letters.) titles to 1.\1111'1 in the Territory of Florida, 3,3k and 4 Point Blankets 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce. '

: ..&; THE FARMIMl'S MAGAZINE i in dcRipncd j and to I)1(R ide for the survey and disposal 7-4 and 8.4 Striped Duffiefd Blankets 6 Half Hbls. Anniseeii, Peppermint .
I and
.1 .: i to contain information dnwn from Wra Hascll Hunt, o fthc Public Lands in Florida," I JOHNQciMCT i 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney dw Cinnamon Cordial

'? tAUl'l1 TIC SOUIICKS relatire to th t. April 1st. 18 --X-3t. l'o'1I-"JIlJHlc'r. AHAMS, President of the United l, :3 bales White & Drab Flushings For Sale by
Sutei ot America, do hereby declare S.
: improvement manIgemeDtofrrmr Blue and black imperial cloth blue' F.
; H.
:;;: : Ahle Farms, sources of Manure, tmmher I MAIL ARRANGEMENT.FL an.! make known, that a public sale will and mixt cassimeres ; sati netts, a&orte4 Nisbet.

i % anll kind of Stock, fufmiH utenstN, laborers : I be held at the Land Office at St. Augustine ; super super and common fancy Pervo.-Kol.-i. Dee. 20, 1827.DISSOLUTION.. .

It dairies, Ac. ; AGRICULTURAL i ( IUD) \ MAIL. on the second Monday in May next, prints' ; 7-8 and 4-4 Irish; linens Irish
;
IMPROVEMENTS ; drawings and deMriptinni Hue every Tuc'-day at 10 o'clock, A. M. for the diaoosul of the Land included l lan-ns ; dimities ; super 6-4 fancy gin .

of USEFUL INVENTIONS ; Depart same diy at 'J o'clock, P. )1.In. within the limits of the following de cnbed hxmi; whit, yellow red and green flannels -. T HE partnership of FITTLIT & TJcsaTO.V -

J critical notices and reviews of such publications ..\K 1-:1.1':Y MAIL, Townships and fractional Township, ; black and colored bombtizeU.s. in consequence of toe death of

AI may tend to the interests of: Including1 19btl* and the Stales of Lou situate in the District of Kant Florida, an;I printed bombazetts and Salisbury flannelt ;: Mr. James tiushtonjs dissolved ; all per7-

the Husbandman ; improvements in the isimamI Mississippi South ot the base line, to wit : ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton balJs; sons having claims against the late firm.

', 'r !>rec-d of DOMESTIC ANIMALS t accounts Due every Tuesday at 12 o'clock, M. In Fractional Township 4, of Range 11 I beaverteens, linen cambrics.; cambric will present them to the bscriber for .

1 r of such FOREIGN arid DOMES Departs every Friday it 1'J o'clock, M.ALL Fractional Town hipi Si Sot Range 12Township : hdkts ; Baroge hdkf; black Italian CMpe settlement, and thowe persons, indebted, .

; pt TIC trees, shrubs, vines, plants, seeds and OTHER MAILS. 4, of Range 13 flounced robes j gingham do, spider nets I', will come forward and make payment ,
. '.'I'. trains as are considered necessary VI'use Fractional Township 5. of threads R us no indulgence can be given.
: Due every Sunday ai 4 o'clock. P. M. Range 13 patent jsma diapers, plain and
.t:$, ful fur subsistence, comfort or ornament, Depart every Tuesday and Saturday, at Townships 4& 5,of Kange 1 4 tig red book muslins, Madras and lint JAMES FINLAY.

r lif with INFORMATION relutive to their 8 o'clock, A, M. Fr actional Township 6, of Range 14 1 t .-a hdlds., comp'y flags, figured crape Penwcola. 20. <_li. Nov. 1827.-06--..tf r*

::,t treatment, growth,requisite i kind of soil, Townships 4, 5, & 6, of I eases ; white, brown and mixed cotton !p _. _. w
.: ; tc. ; and in short whatever may tend to fcCT Letters which are not deposited Ranges 15,16&1:7 half hose ; white and mixed worsted an Itamb's f|1HE Subscriber hasjtst received per S
A
.: ": increase the produce of the soil), and a dranee one half hour, before the regular Townships 4 & 5, ol lUn e 18 l wool do I fine linen hose, ladies Elizabeth, Foray, from New Or. '.

::; Its; the HUllAL ECONOMY of the time- appointed for the departure c}f The Townships are to be offered in the white and black cotton do., lead, slate, leans, a very large assortment of Groce- '

't:',;;'J,; oountry. tlie: Mad, will be detained until the t order above designated beginning with and black worsted do. plain and curnblet ries. He oilers in addition to his former

.o .i.: Insertion will always be given to such next Mail ; unless it suits the the lowest number of Section in each I cloaks, furniture check, bed-ticking, superfine L. stock:- -
fiEPOUTS convenience Champargne Wine in Baskets
addresses of 1 Jo
HM papers, as may: Township. cotton vhirting, oil cloths, black] ( *
" 'f.I. be cornmnnicated for publication, bv the of the Post Master to mail Lands reserved by law for the use of bombazines, fancy belt ribbons, black and: each, warranted superior
r' gtveril AtiHICULTURAL SOCIETIES s them sooner.. Schools for other white satin do. Brandy of 1820.
. or purposes, are to be and mantut do.,5-4 Irish shirt
.
; of this ami other State 8O On Sunday, the Post Offic excluded from sale. ing.8-4 damask, brown linens;super black Zante CurrantsPonchongTea

l.t t A LAND REGISTER, will contain, as will be kept for hour alto Given under my hand, at the City of and white, plaid and striped, Baptiste
far open one ; Prune
is practicable, a list of farms which Washington, this fifth day of February printed shawls and hdkfs ; printed \\'ater.too very fre hKaiiins _
I tl; ere now, or may hereafter bejFOR SALE; the arrival and assorting of the Mail ; A. D. 1828. shawls,fancy silk dresses,nuns t.read I. ,. -
, t t, Account of their size situation and letters will! be delivered Almonds .
: quail iti \ not out linen gloves, linen Russia a ,
i and such other particulars as be of the office other John Quincy Adams. tapes shirting'Sinill'd Med C Claret of 1820Tuscaloos S .
'f may at any time on that L drab cloth blue, & red strouds, &c:. .
, *."* deemed usefuL day. By the President : ALSO, -* Rye 'Whiske, -S_
r Space will be afforded for the SOLID GEO. GRAHAM, Goshen Butter : :i.
,. 4 ca!e* saddlery, assorted :5*
.1 ;i and -Sterling OJlAUT1R8 of LITER W. Haaell Hunt. Commissioner of theo 9 cases B re water's hats, assorted qualities do. Cheese ::.f

f y! TUnE, the useful arts and Sci nceuf Natural POST OFFICE, Post Master. -8t. General Land Office. Beef in t.bbU forfiwn: % oae- t,

" )i History and Philosophy, Biogrxphy, Vensacola, 1st April 1828.-3-. _- 5 trunks fine ready made clothing With an additional supply of Dry GoQ&t ,. t
:.
Voyajje and Travel. state of the tnnrkcU Hard ware, Wais ware & '
-'j -- SEA-STORKS &c.TilE 12 trunks lady. and g ntlsmens' boots Queens ware I

;, rt) in the principal Seaports &c. &c. NOTICE I< HEREBY Subscriber has just,,received per and shoe"Childrens' Sold Low for C nh. ',.,,:2"

::4 TEKMS.THt GIVEN lizabet t from New Orleans-making and boy,' shoes brogans, &c. J. Pescay. ,; (

i: FAUMERS MAGAZINE will be his assortment of SCA Store very Soal leather, calfskins, shoe thread Pensacola Jan. llth, 1828 :. ,,

' *h, published SEUI-MONTH..T ; the price STIHATonthe 29th day of March, 1838, complete : r 25 keg a Virginia TobaccoS - .- --- --4. :>'<;';."

; I,,_ is three dollars payable either the time 41 I levied an attachment on the real Macaroni, in basltets boxes superior cavendish do. TOWN OF EdAarcOLIA

l : l. of subscribing1, or on receipt of the first and personal property of Mr. Joseph Y Vermicelli in boxes'. Hardware, $'c. OTS: In the,new Town ofMagnolii .,
Crurat, absent, at the suit of Mr. Thomas
i. number. Th>tJt'ORM&nd SIZE has been Wilson of Gniyere cheese Pen, pocket sportsmen and desk LI ate offered for sale. This place isaAed ;
i :.' adopted which U deemed most convenient Baltimore. Patte grasse do. knives 8 miles from Fort St. Marks .
knives and.forks, ,
I carvers wafersand on :
':t',,' : for binding, while the quality of i the Henry Wilson, Raisins, Prune, Almond' trays Henning's best needle snuffers the at. Marks river and 15 from Tallahas ; s
; 9, mi0 *
;1 beauty of the (entirely nci rz) Champaign see. The river '
t paper type U. S. Marshal of the c and trays plated spurs, spectacles, can be navigated to the :
t and the general execution of the work, Western District of Florida. Famil 71 our carpenter's tools shoemaker' aod cur Town by veiseL* drawing 8 feet water. ,:
will be such as it is hoped will reflect Pensacola Do do half bbs.! The situation is
1st
April,.lBaa.--tC rier's do., stock locks, padlock?,, shovels high, dry and healthy ;
credit on the Publishers, and GRATIFY Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Pork and.tongs, kettles, sauce cotton t hjb two Sulphur Springs in the vicinity .:""
pans
ITS PATRONS. TJLLLOW BEES WAX Mackerel, No. l.jinci No.-2* cards, &c. b.c.Pensacola one of which is only 200 yards from the

t Editor giving the above a few inser.tiuns Superior Gonhcn flutter Dee. 7.h, 18273.8tr.. Public Square. They are said to possess
wUl oe entitled to a copy of 1 the PII" higher price in cast, given for Best Cincinnati covered Hams i i great medical qualities.For .

Work. Address L. Z. Hi cdAnnaojr & Co. 4.i the above articles, by Middliug Bacon, &c. vTI Q *further information of Term &. _
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Agents for the proprietors. Julius Pescay. Julius Pescay.Penuo l.81tcuttd'tI ia. ntQi/lU; and ckpi41f42"ZOfrl' I apply to J. G. and N. Hamle S). Mark",

i'riladcJpluaJ JUrch 1, 1823 PenslCtJla Tda Deo. 1827-J8-If 261b. Febj 2-D or to Augustus Steele, Tallahassee. <
fit Mks 10th
.rg'rt) 11374.-tJ'F >
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