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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: May 2, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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.
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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t V6\d COLA FRIDAY, MAY 2nd, 1828. (Open to All parties : influenced by cone.) No. 7.

VOL. V. (Pri.ripia, non homines. ,

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b payment: : of costs, and to the support and 'tare[ transferred place them upon tbet t William Sebree, in tur hands of h'.s : any shIp or vessel, any nejfro..r mulatto
I
PCII..lD WEEKLY, 3Y5 maintenance of his wife and children, i.any trial docket of tia court in their proper heirs: is liable in law for the paymentof I slave or slaves, the property of any citizen

HUNT &. TA 1.DIrr, and if rich offender shall l 11\\: euo order for trial said tines, tor remedy whereofBe or citizens of this Trmtory, without- the

wife; nor child, the balance of the money : Passed, J'tnuarr12,16S. it enacted by th* GvDcrnarimd Ijegit- consent in Writing, of the owner or owners -

Pub/i\a: tine Laws J the United Statcs 1 after the payment of costs, shall be paid Approved January 16, 1828. I Ivtive Cctl1lcil of the Terr.tory of Florida, his, her, or their guardian or guardians -

and of the Territory of Florida.SpBsckiPTiux i over to hirr. !I Iec. An act to keep from unlawful obstruction i That the estate of William Sebree de- ; of such slave or slaves previously

-\>ajr goliall'vear 8. And be it further enacted That. the navigable streams in the Territory ceased, be, and it h hereby, released anti obtained, or shall take and receive onboard
exonerated from the of such vessel or ship any s tcj,
3 nil laws :and parts ot laws repugnant to I of Florida.Be all liability to payment any
1 50 J and the I of said fines or of them. slave or slaves, or permit or suffer the
QuArter .vf'-ar the provisions of this act, be. same it enacted by the Governor end Legislative any
I : I Sec. 2. Be it enacted That s tine to be dons, with the inteol and for
Subscription payable in advance are hereby, repealed. Thi-I act shaft be Conncil DJ the Tcrritoi-y of Florida, further no ,
k after the there l Marshal or other officer shall at any time toe purpose of carrying & co''eyinUch
from and
ADI1;kTIIIiG.- Every advertisement.Ol I in force passage That it shall nut hereafter be l lawful for j
be chargeable with the fines imposed upon slave or slaves out of this Territory, or
the width ot'one column and measuring ; ot: to elect or fix on any navigable .
tot more man t .'elvc hncs of this type, first Passed, January :2, 1828, any watercourse person dam, brid hedge, \ any prisoner which he may hare been !shall wickedly or wilfully conceal, or per
any
compelled to discharge from jail before mit to be concealed on board of any such
II DOGGKTT
iHfeition one dollar, each weekly continuance JN. L. seine, drag or whereby the navigation .
fifty cents ; longer anti wider OIIP< at President of the Legislative Council.A. of boa'OIH)3 drawirjj t five. feet water, !: the payment of said fine, for tlte want of ship or vessel, any ngrn or mulatto stave!
ucrk. funds to said in or slaves; who shall or may hereafter abscond -
1 tus+tl.e rate. Rule and figure BILLAVT Clerk.Apprcred.. the of fi3hsm.iY: be obstructed j I support prisoner jail.
and against
will be tastefully displayed, \ M. McCAR FY, any person offending provisions nothing in this act contained shall be with the intent and fir the purpose
section shall conviction
arcoidiuc: to the nature of tht ;J. .and will Acting Governor of Florida- of this on construed to release the persons originallyycharged of enabling such slave or slaves to effect

fc e measured by matter of the- .'7..- t\j!e.When thereof before any court having jurisdiction with said fines, or ar.y of them, his her, or their escapse out ot ibis
liable
inserted at nt.vvas: (:r ; I". in- iufr An act to provide for changing the venuein of tie same, be. to a pcn-I I: froii the payment of the sime ; and the Territory, every such master, mariner, or
lIan-one half for the !
of
!vi cverv wce!... liom iu'! l"* *t to the! criminal cases. alty forty I; United States attornie' fur the several otner person or persons on board of any

*at tn citio:.) twit: h.eit'','p \. u be c'sargrd : lie if er.ccttd bu :he Governor and Ltfistemf of the persor seeing for the same Territo-I and f j I districts are hereby authorized to pursue 5u-h ship or vessel, of carrying, or con
other half for the of the
the
use
us a uc'" adtrrtisfciieist.m nnt!' tot Council the Territory cf Florida.. f [ such measure for the collection of the >', or so taking receiving,or concf'in ''-

ad-.ettisJii? {1"\:..IbItl"\ H. or .tri.taitrl. 1\ That the judge of any court of law In try, and the sail obstruction shall be removed I, same u they may deem necessary. or causing or permitting the Svne'to

J_'* Liberal en" iJ.ct" ,,'1'h.\ .. -:.ade wittitluisi this Territory, before whom any prisonermay as a nuvance. I Passed: January 16, 1828. be done, with the intent as aforesaid, shall

*ho v j... to .. i\LTt .0 jy "he year. be arraigned on a charge of felony or i Sec. 2, Be further enacted, That any I Approved, January 18, 1828- be taken anal deemed to be guilty of felony -

Ail Cotn.u.ucA iM-lr--nsed' to W. misdemeanor, shall have power, on the I person who hah: heretofore: unlawfully I and shall suffer death as a felon.
made caused be made, or shall here- An act for the relief of Robert Butler.
will be promptly i or to That
R''F.L Ur T, Editur, application of such prisoner, and on good Sec. 2. .?n d be it furthf enacted,
latter unlawfully: m leor cause to be Ik it enacted by tGouu r antI Issp'tlative slavesshall
" slave
sac iced tu. cause shewn on ua.tla.0 order the venue if any negro 'ir mulatto or
fi'i'- 1<...n _-- __-'-._ '.-. _-i:: changed to the next convenient court of' mad,?.*any bridge, hedge, dam: or other \: Counr.ii of the Ternto"y Florida, be found concealed on board of amehp

_: cthe Unitfd States \ :law having jurisdiction of the ca.e.: {I obstructions: in any navigable water course [: Tint Robert Butler shall: be entitled to or vessel, trading in or being within
!--CIrS within this as to injure or t retain in his ion the dwelling ar.ci
*J" I Territory, so : pOifei intent Aidita.c
to
Sec. 2. tind be it furrier enacted, Thatin this Territory, with carry
. 1 impede the passage! of vessels boats or nutiiou es on the south side of the vt"ter- and
without
consent or
}J r .i eTlIUJ'I r. all cases when the venue shall be away, the
other craft, employed for transporting fall, on the north east quarter of section mistress, !lit
changed as aforesaid, it shall be the duty knowledge of the master or
..x.. .,. of the judge to recognize the witness to produce, shall forfeit and my a sum not one, township one, range one, south and heror their guardian or guirdirisofsuclj .
S'
.' dollars for west, for the term of two from the
appear before the superior or other court I exceeding twenty-five every years sa'eor slaves l after the vessel hall ba6
tie l of the to which such case be I twenty foul hours they shall continue the .brit day of the present month' any ,U>v weighed anchor or hoisted sail for leaving

1 + moved county on some certain day of said may court, I same.tter due notice to remove said obstructions passed at the presnu session of the Council the port, the master of such ship or vessel

be also the I to be recovered with costs before notwithstanding. shall forfeit and pay to the owner or owners -
to
as prisoner soon as may like ; to recognize at the any court having jurisdiction; : of the bee. 2. dud be it further enacted. That of said shoe or slaves the sum of five
err manner
said court at the same time, appear if the offence same,-one half to the use of the person the said Butler is hereby authorized to hundred dollars, to be recovered by action -
the suit, and the ether halt.to sell or remove his mill house on the north of
bringing of debt in of the courts this
ui'.h winch; he is charged shall, in the any
the use of the Territory.' aide of said waterfall, or any of the above of the
jurisdiction same-
Territory having:
opinion of the said court thus directingthe :
; Sec 3. .11ld be it further enacted That described building* ; provided he doth Passed January 11, 1328-
venue to be changed bailable ami
; .uosoe\\r: shall! fell any tree or trees, or the same in the above speciftVd:: time. Januar19, 1828.
Pruc-'to.. 12.] if not bailable, or he hall have failed! to Approved,
I cause the same to be felled into :any navigable Pass:d, January 17, 18J8.
f An act authorizing a subscription for the j give bail: as mayvbe required by the court, stream within this: Territory, and Approved, januaiy, 1828. An act to amend an act tn provide for tap
they shall remand him to the jail of that the census of the population: of theTerritory.
Statistical Tables within: king
prepared by George shall the same
not
county to which his trial shall be changed remove twenty An act to provide in part, for the disbursement .
\Satter!ton and Nicholas U Van ZindtHe : four hours after such telling, shall forfeit
as aforesaid, and the jiHpe! hereby ot public! monies of thisTerritory. Bra it enacted by the Governor and Leg*i'
it enacted by the Senate and House iiiid pay five dollars) for every tree felled: .

cf Jteprcs&itativft of the United State of chected to certify such recd';uizance; ti- asufore: ad: ,-to be recovered and appropriated Be it tM"cted'h.tlthe Governor and lathe Council of the Trrrii.ry of Florida.
lmenia ken aforesaid, togethewith a copy of Ltgulative That the receiver of tax returns in each
Cot-grnt assembled the
in Tliat in the
the uut
i. the record of the case and of the order in manner pointed Council of the Territory of Florida, and in this Terntory, shallat
for county
the every
Secretary Department of Stale
third section of this act.
That the Territorial 1 Treasurer shall be
be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed changing the venue, and all other papers Passed 11 1' 2'3.Ap : their next assessment, take a census of
,
1 which he deem to the trial > ,January > and he is hereby, authorised to audit and
to subscribe lor, and i\"t. for may necessary all t e population within their respectrre
ru: ,ro\td 16 1828.
Ja..u.iry incidental
all 1
in such other court to which the pay 1 expenses in arresting,
the use and disposal of t'oi ,TCx hundred I case I counties'; and shall observe the Fame
copies of the Suit istirii K-itrs u rop may be removed, to the clerk of such' An act tol1l0the Justices of the Peace safe keeping, ironing, guarding and maintain I rules' provision, and regulations, and

.sed to be published'; b> i- ; f.t. Wattcrst'in f court, whose duty it shall be on the re- compensation for their attendance on : !; of all prisoners that have been, or -i shall be subject to the same penalties, as

and Nicholas B Va<. 7. .- .ii, of the et-apt thereof, to issue a venire facial directed county business in certain counties. 1 shall be hereafter, confined in this Territory is provided for by the act to which thisis

ti: of Uushiiifton.'ec. to the man.Lul>> l or other ..tiiccM of therein named.t to the othcer or other person who amendment, except such as is otherwise -
t- such court and the judge of said court I shall be at such expense : Provided that for this w
-. .ind! be it licrthren'uteiI. That ; Re it enacteJ by the a"t'f'rnorand LegitItitive provided by act.
t:, t'.icaumnf: rifie-n bund": .: dod-rs shah is directed to try the said prisoner in the Council of the 1\rrito'-y of Florida, I the judge or justice of the peace hefore Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That

be, and herons: i is, ap mpIo tt'd, to defray same manner as if the offence had bee limit the justices ot the pence for the : wHom the case of such criminal shall be said receiver of tax returns: shall receiveas

t:. ti.e cost of the! --'A: sui scripttnn, to committed ithin each county, and any counties ot Leon, Jrtferaon, :\hdi on\Od i cognizable either to commit or to try, a full compensation for his services in

ti, lit paid cut of any moi.ey in the '1 reasury indictment found, er plea tiled in the Hamilton, shall receive the sum o.: two I II shall certify that the expense incurred i ii taking a census! as aforesaid, the sum of

not otherwise: -pprupnated court from which such trial shall have .I dollars pet day each, tor their attendanceon just and right, and that the service fur not less than fifty cents, nor exceeding

A. STEVENSON.Speaker = been removed ball !be as valid and effectual county business to be paid out of their which the same was charged was per- five dollars, for each one hundred inhabitants

f of the Ilous- of Iteprestittatives.J. l as if the said indictment had been I respective county tr -:*,urit--. formed. or souls, which shall be paid out of

C. CAlhOl"-i. found, or the same pita: ha.t heen filed in Passed: January !6, 1(323.Approved Sec. 2, Be it further enacted That any monies belonging to the 1'erritory ia

lace of the Uuiteil States, andPn's.d.'ut the court in which tUe prosecution is January 1 6, 1828. when any rewmie officer or other person the Treasury of the same.

of the Senate. pending ; and (lily certified copies thereof indebted tu the Territory by bond or Passed, January 18, 1828.

Approved-3d April, lti"2d.JiJHN shall be sufficient! for such court to An act for the relief of Jeremiah Saville. otherwise, shall become insolvent, or Approved, January 19, 1828.
proceed to trial thereon it shall when the estate of deceased debtorin
QL'LSCY ADAMS ,. ; more- WIIKUKAS a law of tins Territory "enti any
: [!l ;;OLt'flO -No. 1 ] over be the duty of the judge directing tied an act providing for the election of the hand of executors or administrators An act to incorporate a wharf company

Ite' otutiun autnorizir.g1: t venue to be changed as aforesaid, incase a Delegate to Congress, approved Au. shall bt ilmlt cier.t to pay all the in the city Pensacola..

Speaker of he shall have remanded the said gust 12th, 1822: made obligxtory on debts due from the deceased the debt WHEREAS, it has been represented to
the House cf
kttt'l aid Kepresentatives. to frank I ptiaoner to jail, to issue his warrant directed the judges election, within five days due to the; 'Territory shall be first satis the Legislative Council, by the memorial

packages.Bf to the marshal or other officer of after closing the poll, to deliver one fled. of a number of the inhabitants of the City

,it Jiesoivedby the Senate and Home of such county, commanding him to have of their poll books to the shcriti: ot the Sec. 3. .idbe ft further enacted, That of Pen acol., that an association has beeu

Ile .acusct.rea of the L heel Saes of the: body of such prisoner before the jugde county in which the election: wa: held; the tax collector\ in each county shall pay formed in said city, having for its objectto
.imerjca
't
4., in Congen n+semli 'd. Tuat the of the superior or other court of tit county and whereas Jeremiah Saville, one of out ot any monies in his hands belonging erect a wharf into the Bay of Pensacola,

k.x, Sjc.kertf} House of Uepresettltivcdf' to which such case may have been: removed the judges of election for a Delegate: i to the Territory, to all petit jurors that, as authorized by an Ordinance of the
cii the United
States
be and he
honed u hereby, on the day on w h.ch the said to Congress, held on Yellow Water, inI I shall hereafter sit on any criminal case Mayor and Bard of Aldermen of said
:u to frank and to receive let.
tiuant witnesses may have been recognized to cambia: county on use first Monday thirty-seven and an half cents for each City and that the said association have

packages 3d by mail.free ot postage.Approved Httenu the said; court, and the said marshal in June 1824, was compelled, in eom I I case they shall try : Provided the said elected Benjamin l It. Wright, Mieajah
I :28.::
April, : or other proper officer to whnm such pliance with the: provisions i of Slillaw, I services! shall be certified to have been Crupper, John de la Rua. Samuel Patterson

f' : warrant may be directed, han legally to travel from Yellow! Water to Pensa-I performed by the judge) and clerk of the and Henry Mieheiet. a board of Directors

of Florida. execute the same ; ana for that purpobe cola, and pull ten dollars fur his passage said court in which they were empan- for said wharf: Now therefore,

i ? rr-- is h lt' authorized to impress so many from the head of the Ulack Water I nelled, and the said certificate shall bt Be it enacted by the Governor and Legit

31 An act concerning Vagrants.Tie men, horses and outs as nruy be necessary Bay to Pensacola, and has received: no received in payment of taxes.: lative Council of the Territory of Florida,

rvv 1 it enacted ly the Governor and Lc- for the safeguard, and conveyance of compensation thcrefoBe :-- Passed, January 19, 1828. That the said Benjamin D. Wright as
% Cowed!
the Tcrntcr
Fk geeyetis'I bat keeper of or cihibiter tf of Florida cither, said prisoner ; and the court shall, certify it enacted by the Gvsrnyr and Legis- Approved, January 19, 1823. President, and Micajah Crupper, John de
ctery the
ft.c! gamrp tables coiimonly called such expenses attending the conveyanceof lai.'ve Council of the 1' ri'rf of P'urul3, An act for the punishment of crimes and Ii Uua, Samuel Patterson and HenryMieheiet
prisoner or prisoners, which That the said Jeremiah Saville be be and they are hereby Constituted
'r, ABC, or E: U tables, or of a Faro Bank, claims paid misdemeanors and to regulate criminal
certified as aforesaid shall be a bo Jy politic"and by
corporate
twenty six dollars from monies in thetreasury
t or of other table! bank any proceedings.Be .
any gaining or -
paid out cf funds the and of the President and
any belonging to the name style
under denomination whatever i Hot otherwise aPPl)mated, as a it enacted by the Governor and
any except I Legi+
I Territory, not otherwise Directors of the joint stock wharf
appruPrmated.Passed company.
full for his services.
hishard table, and every able bodiedmar compensation tative Council of the Territory of Florida,
January 11 1828. witty free in their
who, nct hnvinjc wherewithal to Passed>> January 16, 18: 8. That the act entitled an act prescribingthe power corporate
| Approved. January 16, 18:8. 18 1828. name to sue and be sued im lead and be
naiiitiin himseir, sbaM; be Sound loitering, Approved, January mode ot criminal proceedings! approved '
I impleaded, grant receive and do all other
ftnd st'all have a wrote or children without An act An act to in January 19, 1827," and, also, the
.. constituting a superior court in repeal part "an act dividingthe i acts as natural persons. To have regular
means for their subsistence, u hereby they Aiachua county, & for other purposes. ;Territory of Florida into thirteen I act entitled "an act to pro'idefor the succession, and to continue in office a* -

fnay btconie:: burthen *onie to their county Be it tnitctfd by the Governor aid Legislative election districts, and providing for the i punishment of crimes and misdemeanors, President and Directors, aforesaid unto

; and every able bodied: man without a Ctuncil of the Territory of Fiurtda, election of members of the Legislative I approved January 19, 1827," be, and the the first Monday of August which will

:, wife or ciuM;wji! not having wherewithii That it shall be the Council." i same are hereby, repealed.Sec. .
duty of the judge of be in the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred
tom3.nta"inhmset'shall; : waudcrabroad, the superior court for the eastern district, Be it enacted by the Governor and Legi- : 2. Be it further enacted, That the and twenty-eight on which day: in

__ t c-: be found lctcriugithcut betaking to hold! a term of said court for the county lative Council of the Territory of Fiorida; act entitled an act to define crimes and each and every year, an election shall beheld

hLiiccif: to some honest employment, or of Alachua, which term shall com. That so much ot the second section of the misdemeanors, and to prescribe punishment at such place, by such person and
hall go ibcut begging; shall be deemed mence the fourth aforesaid !* for the same approved December in .
on Monday of Decem act as declares persons holding such manner air may be appointed by
,; a vjaM : Frc\iie i J, that nothing ill this ber in each year, and continue tor six days offices by virtue of a commission from the I 28, 1824, except the ODe hundred and the board of Directors for the current

set shall! be so construed as to prohibit j I if the business of the court require the United States ineligible to the Legislative : tenth, and the one hundred and thirteenth year, for the election of five directors

:: the City Council of St. Augustine and I I same ; and the said term shall be holden Ccunctl, be, and the same is hereby, sections thereof; and except so much of who shall choose their own President and

Fensacola from :licensing sucn gaming table I at the seat of justice for Aiachua county; repealed. the said act :as relates to the punishmentby Treasurer Provide! : that if said election

as they may decal: proper. and all stripes, he, and the same i is hereby,
and writs Passed had
processes sued out against January 16,1823.Approved should not be in any one year on the
Sec. 2. Xc it /:';':..:T' .JccJ. That it revived and declared to be in full torc....
inhabitant of said aid first Monday in
any county, shall January 18, 1828. August, it shall not
shall be tier) dtry ot every justice of the I I be made returnable to said term ; and it Sec, 3. Be it further enacted, That operate to affect said incorporation, but
peace, on d'.re proot mode to hitvarraut An act to amend an act entitled "an act whenever the said act December
issue I shall>> be the duty of the clerks of the superior approved the said election shall be held at such time

for the apprehension>> of such o- ,I court at St. Augustine & Duval, to concerning" roads, highways, and fer- 28 1824, and which is hereby revived, thereafter as the said President may: order

ftndir.j; person or persons, coming under I.j turn over and deliver to the clerk of the ries, approved September 15, 13J2.Re imposes a punishment by stripes for any and direct.
i the description of it enacted iy the Goyernarand Legitlatie offence
a designated
vagrant according superior of therein same maybe
court Aiachua, all the Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That the
the provisions of this act, and cause him 1 to any suit now pending papersrelating in said : Council of the Territory of Florida inflicted at the discretion of the court, President and Directors hereby constituted

to be brought before such justice, who is courts, where the defendants to the same That so much of the act to which this isan to any number not exceeding thirty-nine and their successors, shall have full

hereby empowered, on conviction, to demand are residents; of Abchui, an order of the a amendment as requires the clerks of Se::. 4. B?it further tnacted. That all power to make all necessary bye-hws,
security fur bit good beha\"iour and the county courts to publish petitions for cases of larceny not provided
I judge of said courts being first had for expressly ruleeand orders, for the government and
Jn case of'efusal laying uut public toads and the return of for in the
t or neglect, to comruii this purpose, which order be made act which is hereby revived, dispoittttoa of the fund. of there-
part
hint to the Jail of the county for either may the commissioners thereon, be, and the shall hereafter be punished by stripes, any
any I in term time or vacation ; and all of which now is, eft hereafter may be.in
terns not cxcet'dinb'en day at the cipir..tlOn same is hereby, repealed. nut exceeding thirtynine.Sec. .
suits so removed shall be tried and deter- the hands of the treaturer of said associa
of which time he shell Le set at i mined at the term to be Uoiden in Aia Passed,January 15,1828.Approred S. And be it further enacted That tion. They shall have power to fix the
liberty, if nothingcritninal \1 Janaury 18, 1828. all crimes committed under the act -
appearsajjuuiat I chua, as if the same had originally been approved compensation to the treasurer and other
bUD., the said offender paying all charges I commenced there. January 19, 1827, shall be prosecuted officer of said board they shall have
arcing from such An act for the relief of the heir?of William! ;
v itnpnsonmeut ; and if Sec. 2. ,dud be it and punished under the precisions to fix the rates of and
such offender shall further enacted, That Sebree, late Marshal of the Western Judicial power wharfage,
be guilty of the like where of the same, as though it had never been
ctfience from and after the suits are depending iq any other 1 District of Florida, and for other declare dividends- among the stock
r la space of twenty superior coun of the eastern judicial dist purposes. % repealed. holders : They also shall have power t.
< >s, he shall be
subject to Fasj d 11,1828.Approrcdr .
mor.tb'a January
one ,
imprisonment lctagamst persons residing in another WHEREAS it has been represented to order elections-- fiU vacancies which

cost. if be accruing county in the tame district, it shall be the the Legislative Council that William January 19, I82.4n : may happen in their board.

pay, be may be continued neglect in ur refuse to duty ot the ckrks where said suit are depending Sebr e, late Marshal of the Western act to prevent the stealing* of slaves Sao. 3. Be itfurtbtr enacted That the

tie next prison until to transfer the same ind the paper Judicial District for want of funds to and carrying them off by water voting for director*shall, in all cases, be

to try county the court offender, which shall proceed and documents thereto belonging, support prisoners in the j4 of said district Be f enacted by the Governor and Le fit. as follows i each ttUckhoider! for every

guilty, by the verdict of and if found and on file in has office, to the clerksof did discharge therefrom sundry WiN Council of the Territory of florid* one chare: and not more.than two shares*

and lawful men, the said a jury of good the sttpepor: court of the county in persons charged with the payment of That from and after the paauge ofHbisact ball be entitled to one vote ; for every

ecctto hire, him for Court shall pro. which the defendant or defendants re. tines for violation of the penal lafrt of if any mauler of any ship or vessel, two shares, exceeding two and not exceeding

six months any term not excceditlg lade provided there it a superior court the country before the said fines had mariner, or any other person or persons fie, one vote j for every twO'

tljerclrom shall be; and o the money MISug established by law in saiu i county and been paid'; and vhereas opinions are trading or being within this Territory attattcs,above five and net exceeding ten.yo ,

pro 2 riatalto'i jr the clerk, of the sAid .C thrill beard of .-Sto.ih.oldc?I may vote br
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\ 1 r at the (!Orpltr,< on thereof shall Own sixty pointed to examiue them and report,I Treaties and des"cd war. try, is a suitable navy-and we understand the City of New Orleans. Road and

$, share of said block shall be entitled to j have found that the business at them, Any objection any rtrgument, which the principal object of the 1 parsed to a second reading ,

I f!, ten votr, to hr g{iven by such prison a s has been managed with so much barbarity 1 might have been t founded upon the'] visit of the Commodore to this place I 1\1 r. .. laid on the table a letter[ ,.

; ;V.r';:$ the Sec.Head 4Ac.,f Aldermen it further may mattfJ direct..That Wi and disorder as to require a i: i bkttle cf Navarin, is 'thus cleared uj j] i is for the -purchase of vessels of'.hat .' from the Oust Master General on theSulect

I and Battle or no hattie class calculated to navuMte; the La '! of this bill Mating the advan-
1- .":': monies sh.ill he drawn from the treasury Chang* of the whole s.Y teH. They way removed. :
: ; ;,I's tiniest the account .thl'refer shall have admit however, that such places, under the I'ovte seems to-have been determined Platt tv-ith ease and effect. A large I tta'i',; '. to result'from the appropriation.{

.b .., been approved by the board of directors, proper regulations, arc necessary : to refuse her consent to the. amount of specie and a very valuable 1 } t present a um of $SOO a year
'i Mid li:netl by the president of hides board the Junc- allowed!{ the Post
to
Jfic'il the and useful ; and! the business, it seems,I independence! of Greece. cargo are on was Master ot" : .

J-.rI;:.;i said Sec.stuck 5. for the further erection enRCtfd of ,lhla1f That shocking and disgusting as it is, Offers Cork Chmnidc Fell. 29. tal, the whole of which will be appropriated ; that city (for the rent of a house, tint

;!, ..j., :; shall consist of one hundred and eighty chances for making fortunes. The London Sun says-"The { to the purchase of ships of accommodations? which: were totally

.W .hires of fifty dollars each. fruvhiert, jV. Y. Journal ft/"Commerce. Turkish1anifesto is believed to be war. As there i is no port in the United i inadexjnata to afford the necessary

' I ,i F however, that the said Hoard of /),- j''a genuine document, hut it is not intended States where vessels of the class required facilities and security required for tho
The American
r'itt Actors may, in case of necessity, increase following testimony to 'I: for external effect, being merely can be built In greater perfection arrangement awl protection of the
: and is taken i
f'yi; the number or amount of shares generosity feeding,
' i addressed to the public functionaries : : than at Baltimore# we have reason public property. A sum of $12,000 .
:.] J' mthitthe IKgt'eKate> amGu t ;;, f. : when paid( tnr, shall not exceed the sum d(;ra\g a residence from June Stlr, tu I throughout the Turkish empire, I II believe that our shipwrights would complete a suitable fire proof ".;i

. 5. = of twelve-thousand dollars. August 11 th, IS20, at the Capo of to order to excite the euihusinsm of i sail J artisans will offer such inducements building to be erected a
5. 't Sec. 6. 'frjif t* it further tiuKled, Thai Good fiopr*, by Thomas George the people in the event of warlike op- to the Commodore as may en-1 Custom House, the interest of which ,

- all contracts or appointments hereiofore, Love--uhliatrdIuhliatrd in Buenos Aires rations. Tho l policy of tho Sultan is able him to complete the objects of would be SAO a tear hss than the
nude b the sid association their
: ; ... } ur a to be prepared, happen what his mission'without a visit to any sum at present allowed for the
,lIti :")1 gents or officers, are hereby declared to "Foreigners of all uatl",ms am dowiesticated may ; yearly .
.1-1;t't: "; be good and valid in law. in Capo Town ; Frenchmen t but the Manifesto is not a declaration other port.-Halt. 6' z. rent of the inadequate building hired .4

,: .*,!'.4'. Paused, January Ii. .1828. Germans, Italians, &c., and 1 t luf Trioas some of our contemporaries The Buenos Ayrean schooner Junc- for that purpose. On motion of Mr.
-.r! Approved, January IS, 1873. I have asserted It is J. the letter was ordered '
t'lt .a.. --- _. even North Americans. A gentle : generally i tnt!, C"lt. Ctsapurnitr, from Buenos to bo
j" ': : w r of the hitter state, (and i regret an appeal{ { to the Faithful* to be prepared Ayrcs, fell.in with, in lat. 8, lung. 12, !priuted. r

. .... POETICAL.l. \ ldML I cannot recollect his nain) has for the worst. 25, the Brazilian; national brig honen House of Representative,. ':? '
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....1... .'.,.", 7 "'V gairrcd much esteem from the !following Mr. ot rat ford C tnrit+.: had arrived ti from Maranham, bound to Rio Tuesday, 8th April, 1826 :

.. '". / fr I occunence. lie commanded. auAmerican in England but had no1 brought any I Janeiro, and captured I leer after a fii it Mr. Hoffman, from the Committeeon
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r.: : .;"'.,,. {privateerkist warI, think HOWS which had transpired. : of four hours and a quarter, the Bo- Naval AfiYrf; ?, to which was referred .
: :
...aT. .'t.' the Rambler) and made .t considerable Reports that the Russia army had nefin had on board troops io the the bill from the Senate entitled

.":;:11of. ;" :R sum of! money in captures {'! !tell us. crossed the 'P ruth, had( been repeated : amount of 380, and having dismantled An act for the better organization
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1 Ie (had taken a British merchant vessel and contradicted. It is mentioned, that her: ordered her into }port. Several of the Medical Department of the

. .!.ct!" 1 in the latitude of the Caio; and j j i any proceeding of the kind v/ould be l skirmishes h.ul; taken }place, in Navy of the United States," reported

: t went himself in the boat to take pos "a direct violation of the treaty of July I one of which the Buenos Ayrean Qavttlry the same with amendments, and the "

4A FlIT ?fee Pcnsctola r n7'.r .. session. On boarding almost the loth.a had taken from the Brazilians, bill was then committed.

r,:; r'; To the Moon at MttliIi I1t.. first ol,j
f. "Sail jn, tail alt, mild fllb of eight, a beautiful woman in ears, (the ct; ;and that 300 additional troops were Lavaileja, commander} in chief of the resolution, which was read :

w dotj U. taiu's wife. "A. woman's to proceed thither from Sngland. I ftesoh&i That
Thy canopy s, bright ; ) : tears are Republican artily of Buenos Ayres, the Committee ont '
41 t A thousand lights i arcuitd thee beam, Reports of the bad state of the Itoads
Canals
rl';'l more fatal; { thin ourswoids/ leas 'ras at Monte Dunan. The war was and be instructed to

1i'I':..- To geia heavens'thy' s t'tterin:blue deep starry is soft throne and; dear the American Deemed to feel ,lama- British King's health continued to b; still continued with vi.or, and th Mewni t enquire into the expediency of autho

T Thy silent pilgrimage tych: r. thing of this. Addressing the aOlictc d.! The last accounts were no expectation of peace. Mr.Fitzgerald rising the Post Master General to

J cd lady, }stated that ho had only that ho was better. former mate of the Mi i- expehd the whole or part surplus{

Sail on, sail on, in liquid btu, boiird d to Iwtr: the U:3", and have MEXICO _We have received soW at Buenos Ayres, came pasdh revenue of the Post Cilice! Department
1: :
Thy lonely, trackless '
f' path pursuet the pleasure of a glass of wit'c with files Mexican sender. in the repair of the roads w
4 .p' Thou fchun'st the biasing glare of day, papers t dtH\-1I10 the [post
.'' '.r" Vet hcld'st at midnight hour thy stv'ny, J the captain. He proceeded to thecabki end of last mouth. Much utieasinessseeius We understand the Junctal has on of the United Slates, in such manner

, 'r; 1Vhentwstling *life and sounds are still, and after the lady had retired, I t u have remained after the hoard( a cargo of skins, valued at 100, is most effectually to 1rrcmotethesafe,
.:r.j;.'i Save the night Irird, *r rippling rill. told her hrtlruul that thu sup-
although by .J pres si H\n of Mcntano's; plan. Though 000 dollars, and specie amounting;; to expeditions and economical transportation
trt..... .f'-ir. laws of \vr; the vessel was made a dollars be 1 of the
lire 300,000 to appropriated public mail.
.. r Mild Queen of Nijiit, I .L..alVrh bticsr Congress of Vcva Cruz had retracted 1 {
:1.'"L': Thy beams, m such aft'e as this; }trite, yet a sight o'so much distresswould j in part, and annulled the decm for purchasing or building vessels of The question was put to agree to

.t..), .::,.:' i tiV'itt midnight h" kr (c keep not allow him to proceed to ex- ? by which t.stc.anVas: banished, war for the Buenos Ayrean Government. this resolution, and lost.

.."F"'\-o.'.: V itIy.:.1"i igls, wtocri ffae tl\lu"/ule''Si'lccn./ { I trutcmics.' Taking pen ink and pi-; the legislatures of some of the other .-I fait. Chronicle The bill from the Senate, to provide -
Ht'. ,., LU)'\vaech(4jl"' ({fter, : ; % ber, }he made over all claim; on the for the
.:.: : .'net fore widitJa-e: tl-ro"1 rcalutf of. "ace States were still in a diserdorly! con Can nest of Turkey.-A translation legal adjudication and
, .,.. I vessel to the fair creature that had *e settlement of to land there .
, : In the Journals most opposed } of a part of Baron Von Valentine's disclaims
;:; ::t The world is hu"'iM ;in interested him. in mentioned
decor repose, to the JistfiToctcd; party, complaints{ Treatise on the Art of War I was twice read awl re-
-' And. mm forgets in .sh-i-p! his woes Shortly after this event the war ferred
to the Committee
are made of the and oa Public :
r t apathy inertness this has .
l to been
irreunding relating; subject just
nature 3 still and t:.hj, closed and tho privateer into ,
C.IITIR Lauds.S .
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:. ,r. The stars scud down their devy J'alm i of the General; (government. Unsatisfactory {put forth in London. This work i
t Table bay. The intcKi{ of his
t 4ii all, thou beatns't atl\r! to blc&r! { { : cliang-es had occurred intho certainly well timed. From the The engrossed Bill authorizing: the
calculations
IJ" ,tir i,;. And ease then J uftheir't'cariues.. !! fiu-rosity had 1 {precede! him, aud i up-
clhi1et.J
-1 : of the Legislative Council of Florida
Oi I original work, the to
,'1 [ 011 passing a Critish frigate iinvliorcd
zl .it' nlClhmks } i'lie rjudenrp taKen by the com- of i is m meet in October instead of December
.;} there roust he sytnjMthv, I f ;ill, the Hay{ the band, iu COIl rnl'mt, J conquest Turkey pronounced n )
4", .J.1. in looks of sych-cor.pkctr.cv' ; j. ; j jmittee of thc Sovereign Con-jress, in difficult( task. Oue of its great de and repealing the proviso of the ,
truck! the
air uf"'Yankee l>
" ', i Ih
.,..,, But yet 'tis said, mild orb of ni-ht b) I up oolie. the 'CHSU of General Bravo, is published fences has hitherto b Thy beams are chill and cold 1 tho' S! f'! The lovely! "Niobe" who had ;
;tt 5 Might] ; j in the Cttrrv.odc.la ftderacinN.Br.ivoS The losses of the Austrian f the establishment of a Territorial
:t f.i Iknon- not, thv mild control 1. |f i hit,< softened die heart of tho rou ,{i troops
' t i ; own dept) )>ifion cnuvicts him from the climate Government in Florida 3d
1. ; plates, es ands, and wanes my S L'! r Bailor, urus brought) to bed at the are incredible.i p.issed
r rl?: llenrj1 {1[ (Cape, and die child iiumcd after her 1 fully, w r think, iff havingconspiredto ; Those of the( Russians i also beenvery i March! ISiJS, was read the third time,

I j coerce the Governmenthy fates of I but its passed, and sent to the Senate
.\. ,..J. 'Penca ala April 25th, 182P.MISCELLANF.. hemcflctor.rfhe AuiericwK told meue great, nothing proportion} turconcu.rrencc.
. : ,. i tell,,, into the measures demanded in ] to tlioae of the Germans. Russia i is J .
4..4 fell more real pleasure; at this, I .
1 It : J -'I!JlltUto'Sproclamation.. Geaiural.s declared the most formidable enemyof [The following i is the
ilwi the value of conhl aUIlI
: ; the; prise proviso
i "t.";.. ii __ _-T = sibl}' have given!! h<}uu i'rivateers.iiiui {po 1 \\j i irra .in ar.d Saul Anu i were i in the Turks not only from her; actual I ded to--" Provided f tie vert heles _

t : Horse r ; .j confinement at let rt Cruz. TheiMoxiciiu superiority hut from a prevalent That all hills
. Butcheries of Par ts--ll <- \ an; generally reputed to lw sohard J I to tax the inhabitants of'

, ':. have just been looking into a new i I I jart/jtl awl l merceiiary, that one editors express alarm at the opinion urnoni* the latter, that they J the said Territory, or their property -

:),.t French Work, 1attly puhPslic'd"; by thicivic .I would hard; I v believe this Ilet ril. Vet ] idea which prevailed( of the creation : will one day be driven out of Europe shall, before they become Jaws, receive
J. of a {party styled{ tlic- impnrti.iThi) l Iv this northern nei hiOr. I
+ > The
;. Authorities ofParis\\'iih the siuguhr : it is \vtiil auiheHtioited at the Cape; I 't the sanction of Curt+ rrs.I ."] '
terrible
,
i is
truly a epithet where factions
:- : title Rtcherckcs cl Consideration I :ind I fed 1 the greatest !nasuro: in re1 Turks ante fight at a greater disadvantage I .
j
e ..: sill Fenlcrcmwt ct l' I./ 1 are at work. They would pre- than ever, as their ue of ihe 1 1sabrn I -.
(:fJlp '/jlating it. I had the' happiness: of 11 ,i J ( ) ( '
:c". dts ckcWiUL m"ri't"-that is,' h 1t'. ].i knowing tho iudivitlu.il whose con- 1l1the invasion ofuforeign host Imt makes them seek out the clue j -

Y. searches and Cuus'nleraiions on theo duet nas at once so dt-licalo arid hu-\\t partiality; ii:idics; scop t for reason and! mv. 's cavalry, while! a well instructed I I -----

.o ;.:'; removal and disposal of dtd horses;'' inaneThe-M 1 genuine pHritldsl.1-illllucn-ces too infantry nOconstitutes the priurip:111force :
; 1 adverse to their common! uuls and of armies.
European They
.; which furuishcs us with some curiousfacts. ; person of whom this honorable
: .. 1f njodes ofaniulI.-Pll. S'tit. Cruz.JVim .
,
well behind
fight entrenchments
't.d.N.0t ] I anecdote' is told!, was Captain; U t- I II F '
: :''t It appears that there arc in Paris a ]! i away Durues, of Beaufort, lTorlh'i. I the Buttimurc .1 rierir.rt. which they seidomfailjo make at any I Y

j, t number of Horse Bntchrics ; and thai t I CtHul r i ( .-'U It. AJ1J erica/l. t Fran IYirt':rrtR.-Il l+'ter to the post ; still, little can be said in praise ,

L;, y in only two ofthe.m as many as 1l, 75i t editors from If;ivnm, un-ler d ite ofJ of ihe'.r! knowledge of fortifications,
| In the Coui of the United l
i;+ '. horses have been slaughtered in a !! Supreme tilth :March, sajs :-" Enclosed I having nn idea of a regular system nIt II

: single year. Of these about onefourth j I' States in the GIBE of Fullertoii v. iU ink} 1 hand you the{ list prices and report I any more than iu the other arts of #

'of tlie Utiit*:J l States, the followiid Since its publication there have I war. Situ mIa miles from Conolantll1oplp
; t r had died in the city, and tit ar.I. ((227 Y
points wtro? dccitlccl.l.1'hat oticc ol rived I t few vessels is i the I oft
.N rest'tla.d been worn oat with labour, j J very amniu'-j them ,) Thermopjliu .
, the dishonor cif a note i is good aud sitticicntlycarlyif ',- the Schr. from '}I the of the Balkenmountains '-
Vera Turkey
};. : exhausted by disease and old age, and i I i Superior Cruz: being gate FRIDAY MAY 21Ul, 1823.Vcritf .
.1-'':' sold by their owaef, for a tew francs {put into t the{ post otficuou t with Spanish{ { {pasteugers, brin:;ing sad 1 ; but thi cuuld be turned I, .

. ',3 to theso establishments. Her- the dyy after the last Jay of gr.u'J., j accounts the state ci tl'ings iu 3Iexl} though} the attempt has once failed; Sans Peur.
very ..
':'.:' pnnoftho fhinial is turned to some' i so, that it may go hy the mail which{ i I ico. Coin. Tortcr n-as neaily{ ready; I Two[ hundred thousand men would be -- -- :: -----3S
. j leaves the JJi.Jilllrl.-Thr companies of the 4th
olfteo} that
! for the I
ou day
,i fcccoufit. The hair of the matte and i for sea with I tho Bravo, hut tor'ant I\ sufficient to achieve the conquest in i lainntry, commanded by Major Foster

'If'' tail is taken off before he is killed, place %-here< the endorser lives ::'. of $1009 to Jisburs M-as dotuined. ]lone, or at most two, campaigns ; of i sailed Iron; this Port on the plat April, toe
.: Tlwt} where a note i is payable at hank, The loss of tilt whom thousand I .eta" +- Oilcans.Vr .
Guerrero would
and seat to due upholsterer, &.C. After was wIuV ;j fifty form the .
and is discounted by the bank, its unecessary l et there m.li iit hsdv.j are informed that the Coippan/
pered but I
he is dead, tbeskin is sold to the nut {positively ascertained
the 4th
under the
Infanuy Coiuinaud of
for the bank ,
tanners. The flesh is then cut up to prove ttea a- ; it was feared that this event, I J Major tilasscl, uo\v stationed at Fort King,

and sent about for food, for cats and] lively, that the maker at .its maturity I I when armoured: would excite: the ( (U*V.1 G\tF SS IO X AL. AichuKfill imiuedi-itrly be removed se

iogg and possibly some moreatuc. of had no funds there; but the l parties i populace} to acts of violence against' --- I Cantonment Clinch near tiii place.Suiliiu .

t it pass, throEgh the hands of skilful: interested in the note ought to prove the I remaining Spaniards.'I he JMexj j 1 IN SENATE. :

. ,.w.. Cooks, into the stomachs of men and affirmatively thai iUu maker had funds[ ;lean brig Herman IJar/Uins{ v/as at ; .; of the Shark.The ,
there, in order to disprove a the nonpayment. \Vcst dur I Friday, 4tk April, JS2S. United States' Schr.
i f omcn. Some othej parts are disposed Key at latest dates from that Shark Lknjt.
I 3. That where is 1\Ir. Webster t presented a memorial Com. Md; :.: sailed
;x Ii; of to the fanners for manure. a note !place ; he is probably now on a i it \'Jt.It from this Tort tint
discounted by u bank funereal of sltucrl! by several inhabitants of to a Cruise on the: 2ud tilt : a tacit
3 c l, Occasionally, tile small intestines arc as a ( t quire off this island. Hi prize brig : I dentally omitted we acct
"-, > a note now duo or becoming due the is Territory of Michigan, who have I to report.
,, ,,; manufactured into cords for the I still there under serzarc. .
:'., wheels of turners. The tendons are bank have a right to apply{ I the amount, f 41 The oflicers of the Guerrero are purchased public# lauds, remonstrating: j{ New Post OJ ccs -T!>e following new

.d : valuable to the makers of glue. Thefat as a discharge of such [prior nute,\:'1!!t-1 lib orated on parole until exchanged, against the passage of the Bill t;o j Io t Offices were established in Florida.

It:: if any1.is carefully andpreserved. out any check or ez ;cot authority given with permission embark from the graduate die prico of public' lauds, to: I during, the inonih of Match. ?!.AiUA.va,
. separated by the holder for this make donations i thereof to actual 1 f Jackson County; Mor.NT VLRNOX, Gudititft
; settlers -
: : The old iron shoes and purpose.} prison ship in any vessel hauled to any Cvxniy ; and ASPALACA, Jackson COUll' .
.V. F. Mer. Acl,'ertiser. and to cede the refuse the !
to
f. i of doc
: nails are not grgC5uc The hoofsare --- I part United States, except Key k States .in which t '
West but they lie. We understand that BF.XJ. D. Wntaire
L separated and made into coarse uithout privilege of communication
FOREIGl'Tom On motion of Mr. Berrion tf ES ,
f: combs, or if any of them are injured with the shore here, ex
Senate resumed the Aldermen of this City and that J :
consideration of ; .nn:
t .J er defective, they are saId to the!) Europe.13y the arrival of cept for supplies. Thg brig Burdett, the bill p. DRAK& Esq. has been elected Secret
to for the
. rnanufacurerf.of volatile} alkali, and the Fama, Capt Pratt, Boston on which is going to Vera Cruz, will provide legal ndjudication Ty iheicot'Tc ; ,

hf: Pruuiaa blue. The bones were formerly 1st April Cork papers were received as a cartel, or take them, clearing out and settlement of the claimsto .. .

t ;;. good for nothing and troublesome to the 1st of March. The L 0-' for New .Oilcans.u lands therein mentioned; whichwas : : I \\ are informed that thepointed gectlemen ai' : '
read the second time at the late session .
of
and the
u ordered County
1 ; bat nov there is a constantca1l lain ley co We have still some sickness, an d to be engrossed. (j (.urt fur the County of Escambia Receiver .,
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for tkem from the cutlers toy 1 1ri of { regret to announce tho death of t of Tax returns and Collector utTu:, '

men and fan maker i the.0ttornan Porte on the conduct of Capt. Hoaghton (of the Triton) to Mr. Monday, April 7th. I have declined aoccprit said ofllces. This
whom all Smith of l\Id., from the Committee i i is u3 t/c auticipstrai. .
Thece eitu-blishiiMnts it the the Americans
seems, arc Allies and particularly that of in port have ij
"j- mfo&ted with innumerable rats, that Russia, which it boldly charges with just paid tbe last sad offices." on Finance, to which the subject ji InpToriTMn1r.fVl: -
was referred on tho ;27th December o show
1 make nothing of devouring the who lo criminal projects and pretext for deCorn.. 1 Fourl1ier.-of the B. A. National { Jast, reported a hill in addition ito the itr!-!rei3 ot our Ifrrirorv, wr give he
tthe
carcase of a horse except the bones) daring war, agd that England and schr. uuetal,we learn, is a ll act tor low a comparative virw flhc m-tt mnotnU
iHeft France gentleman making! an appropriation{ f of postures "ccruill.t some of the prin '
rrt exposed dUrIng a kiogle niKbt.I are herd})et. It announces -
arc eminendy qualified to the support! of the Navy of the United j cip'ilPost OOkes of Ijrida: iu the years'182Q .
I They are, however aid for theirS that the Porto had never, from he sustain the well earned fame
of the] States: for the 1828 readaudpassed and lrf-J7-taken frr-ra leis utatetr '
t \S i'tuns, and forced to coittribtrio to the first, had any intention to accede to gallant iittle'Navy. the Republic of to a second year ; menu of the Post Master Grie.-ut, n- r_.;'.
illC of the concern-for they are the demands of the reading. mitleil tu Congress.
profit Attics, but to Buenos Ayres possessing great nautical i- The bill .J:
t.. caught and killed for their jkins.Met list them and that it had resolved reto skill uuited to the most determined ii- acts providing supplemental for the to settlement the several PYrs.cot. 1826 7 6'i 3' _" \

ifr: e than 2600 of them haveit1d been temporize with the Ministers on theinjuries ; coolness and and 4' 1827 113It -
intrepidity
. having and confirmation of
land
private claimsiti 182G1S27
; ValJey.WebSvilJe 84-
ia a day and 9100 in four hunts; i sustained by the ErtlPi re, at all times the faculty so important Florida ; was read a third time and u 35 91 ..

but ihe largest number despatched ia merely to gain the necessary time for in command of gaining the esteem passed. 1926 7 59 .
.
month was 16,050. warlike preparations. tlte 2827Holnjes' 83 4;
a Although and attachment of his subordi Wednesday 9th. .
Theta horse B nick or i s are chiefly Manifesto leaves .nothing fortiegociation nates._The Republic of Buenos Mr Jobuson of ,Ken.April from the Tallahassee" 11326 1913 81+
18:1 634
established nt Monlfaucon ; but they it is not as reported, a Declaration Ayres has been singularly fortunate Committee on the Post Office and 0

have become io noxious, and dange- of War hut a bold appeal to the in t
obtaining first rate officers in her Post Roads, to which the subject was gtC 192TI $x,6)8f7 ,IIS

roui to tho public health, that the authorities Ottomans to prepare for war. It asserts marine, & all she wants to enable her referred, reported -'a. bill authoritings ,579 09

.' of P aria have been obliged to I I that tire three powers, by the atto sweep the enemy from her waters, foat Master General to eject a tltrsexs 81,119 fib


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..-fr. c-r.- -T'.c ".vuv, T -..-... .-. ,..*-.' y :; -r, to y-r e scti.ire consideration entireextirpatl.-.s. By tM; code or hon*, f tho odious crime of murder. Lei I will be divided into States, and suijocs
p | calJei! the pmtir must meet by
llts'iiirt and ciupmoi C'ourli.fit 'oI.lIJ conlzalaf': ItaUcly 10 ) those deluded then beware of ', .
T ,-.o Suito" of men, to the domin n civilized man.
I .\ r-r ;',.,. "la. "ii: l'-&llInt'I1"t' 1)11 1nn- .\! to the g'tn ml objects and end of yourinstitution. common consent in the presence mutual l lfllentiJ. rendering themselves obnoxious touch
big tho fii ar ;iluii.y ot 1.i) i I pieiiim-, I;mleineii, there i c and on terms ol perfect equality ST. AUGUSTINE, April 2.-Tim
:
Time, and deliberation enter into the affair a crime, and ifthe dread of bur-
who already ,
-- I lot a nteuitx ot jour body is not Road from Coleraine Ga. Tonio-
,, / 'i .'-i" fj'l'if .'!.1il.- Vn entire failan" 1 *u writ instruct d 4.4 to require but I ,and allow an opportunity for the an.piy tlieniug their souls with a brother's ka to
it to was completed last week tho _
passions which have produced be by
,
.1 ,>,.. >.Hr.erll \Iltil. which uas due os: j jttle atlditi"IMllllfuJ'm'i.tlln. f blood, with no adequate provocationor
iillaved for voice of I'e.st.nU interposing detachment
tne under command
xv ,;.i."4l.i\ :l.>t. ru!'. }...'I'. Hih wMfisl) In the t..tmv of i.'jr criminal c(-dc. asiemed : if excuse be insufficient to deter Troops

________ h.' I ft-n'>#i-4i lo f f tf.e cui..'. All ti.t :[ ,: from its great fOllolam-cjt' comn i : friends to be the heard oit which, thf'11 them from, this unmanly unchristian of Lieut. Brown. He i is now enga-
_ I .l-lt' ill tf. roriir.nntr.tii lt <'m.!'u' III Corn I' n Law ot EnjrUnJ, thf insiitiiii'ui of I IL Ii d. not alwavs avert te generally ged in the erection of the bridge across -
; mit.iaie; its destructive fivcts. M" reo"tr, practice let them ponder th '
.c Uv- JCMI -papf rtiui t''Ut .f< m.inyvf I 'Inll Juri. constitute A most vital and I upon the St. Sebastian
"-. ; most of ihrm hum fciki%e "ce an-d ,>f>ftiiidl 1'1 inciple-. without which ti.e !..ne h lDage arid re p 'ct ale usually paidKitbeUws peril to which they thereby expose -
and to
} of thf public -
t..ct.y. -. ,..h'ile si stem would be inert and itiopera- Kiiitry their lives and reputation
V\f<:.' i""!.-Thfctrnpnnv of P M former* !ive. Imbueii with tho spirit of manly in- opinion (even while they are violated) by MARRIED.-On Tuejday the 25th ult.
there
Gentlemen i is law in
the and other devices through no this by the Reterend
Freeman W. U.
in secreey r.
nurturrtl ,
'I 1Jtt' for tl which tErry lire southt to be evadrd or \\f.\ country which directly forbids or PRICK M. D. to Miss MARCH daughter of
nil! ) of the encroachments pun-
________ :"I.J anuJI.d llIr Ct"n: Pt t1t.tby I tyrannyu
Tie **ac'n in a !hi lbf1 f itr.c. Tfl \.. I.Hye : G iiernment ; th,* tronms (If our MIUVSOM precHteil. But theie i in a mode of combat I ishes the carrying: of ser-et, dead!)' his Excellency Gorcrnor Dc, t. .

:.. f "It'! litJ"rdl l eiic I'lHc1 emC'lIt. ci.it1Pr. t woul') nnt cnntiilc lo permanent rules which ha, for fcome lime pievitlrds clv- arms. In some countries it is positively Florida Ailvnratt.MARRim .
,
: t. .. ..l.tH'.HI' cfaniir..t'l t.1t.t p.1tiuI1 I t'f dmiirrrous pn'rocatire! of wielding Itit4hQIe \ here and wlucli I fear if growing- into : -rn this city. ou the Z 1'0
inhibited and the
..;. Ianf C'f the law at its fashion here, which with uiur dixrtgaixi of : reason for i-ist li tlie tlev. Mr. S'fH
_ r !Iit. .IIIIIIIt 1'f.1.rI",1 !e \ crimi'.Ml j'j"% *r own I ) 'Di'f, MJJCJ
.-_ : i.tw-t ':. thi.* fl"I ik. T'i-- Ilartwtif s ;irbitrary dl/"I CllOIi. It elflbli>hrd as Hiti.1 site deeent and scrupulous ob *ivancts such omission in this, may be, that .IAMCS M. CJcA<'Et.L of theU. !>. Array to
; \\.tl"'II' ; that not only should tf.e above a stated in open contempt of law and I ibc is nbnorent :M-ss r.unoiti cfthc
t. '4- s% ,01 Mi-li 1 ;iI|I. ntlt ti 'li % 1J i piincipl> practice generally so W\RT\VORT. daughter
. : ;.t, i\t'j we btlKve tintMi.: .' tat 5.tif.H- ulci or cituen have the ben''*fit of a f.irI public: opinion seems sruthct'ly to divest from the genius & manly feeling our late Geu. inT.iRfWORT of N>w York.
J
ii' II ..<> pi-n. Tne .1&".. i- cJ"\\HJ.iJIs. vn I tI i.;. by a jii.y; of tus 'tf'n. when actmlly tl.is' !hat! practice ol" those palliatives, aud $t. Augustine llcrah.OBITUARY. .
. ,rJtJt-! ; but ho should not cvrn b.% toexiu'.it: it in its most unmitigated f rm. rountrymeu, as to require no L.*gihtivi ; -
I Halt. : W.OIC p.i. 1RU'LI y ; ;nicii tied. that JL r"I"a..
_ .&l'l: f inac 'iiii ,l :Iet ld% to t. c j I:n.iit s.i.IIUII I IHlla>>'d with tht p.uns antl 'esTtons t,fin :No i 14 the evil limited by .htd.uiger ofth inhibition.Vheher! if thr practice .
; I Ct .nbatants! tht mexcif] but even endanrs should continue tle
pirimnvii.xaiiiiu.i
tne
' _ ; 1tt: .u'ju-c. an.i &MuiH'.iI.xcepl on ) interference IHF.D--t Ccinfonnviit Clinch. fhrISih :
: .*-!.. .?.,.H'C' I<."n.>rt is nr.r...1I1.-i for tie! (",ii M fa jn'y of his vicinage. 1'1.. c (tip 1 lives of tilt pcac-ful i. nnconcern- uf the Legislature might not be use- uit IViLLit FRKDERICK on
HOBART.
1c\ I lieity :. e.f. from tne pubic and frequented pUcc
)lrc to
rrt-n.iir. ..d H i" : :id.f '.o.jd that : *a a nhht lulOrr.wtfe.gllard '
'. selected for those combats. Cltll fully invoked, will be a m-mer t for future Connelly a captain of the United Statf' A..
\\1"lIli:1 nt-xt. I II of but It'a nut tl.t :usioim
! 1 rt.ti-r < vi i! trk piaron : I: the citizens ;
"HV .M; J'oJ'4 f.\'IJ'r. ps-i f.ai *n't ami no |I (:>nly bjei-t of tt.is admiralile institution. I n. uaitics be ignorut of me peril to consideration. Cut, in the meantime my. HP was interred in the Officer Bu-
.. '1 Hll, which tli'jt.ll.u./l / \vliicli\ they ?uject! others by discharging I feel assured that rul Giouiid on the 19th ult., with military
_ /: i-i.i Hill na\" lV!. lmu-r :tie ot'ji 1 101 I hi: oiiU 1 paiticulai in a strenuous
_ : ,II ...1 tt.il' (\"IU, i. .tt.h..tI"'. .lIel 4t ; ,jiirit o'our cc.t"r., to.vp.nl.their: : ruleisv. ioHiied{ fiir-.Tn.s in the ni.i>t ol'a (populuu and decided effort on your parts, in honours. [CoMXc. fiCAriO.AlliUVtlD.. -
"t :.:" .I'..'. ''IIi'; i.uJ i I. iJiMpti'ffit! .i! ID ,r .j' iii'iiiitestt d. It w.sjii-'ty! :earctl, i.i' f square ol"a town ? oroJ' the still greater with all ..- -
i .,n-Hip.JJ. 'ii. ..,l"rt rfj/ tJ.t.. 'i ii..| p,-rriTWUCo J iri'fliit mini-lei's; whotlitr executive 01 i'.ril! fila lie 1-tH to tvlu! ji ihcy subject themselves concurrence who In\'t an interest
I-
SOO1P
UH t..T&t..1,. Will ."t.I ii.iic..1.!. iniirht.! from iip.%tiy. Si'iin roirtip si ould acci'leil give an under- in the peace and order of society l'lmw Q

r .or ".t' sftCMi, Irtnelitt vt .tlI) 11I11" I dsItI: I 1011. or :illli 't\.. Ai.fler i':.t-.ira OtI1.IICC to ;igmd dirt rlin io ticir deadly aims ? -will be effectual to p'U :it down -'
1 cinaii ui/icnv;, Atiiie crimes aud ni.3; .ieii 1 lat should death ciiaie. even of a person force of Port eoft.r
:hvCt?! by opinion alone ; for I cannot f o ell.3
\\ c wiii: ci'.'. t' -< b-:" ,, '.ti..f'lrl1 two I .11\1I1 S culic:I 1 f.1I its I.\t't tion : Nay tnat not aimed i at, the crime thus perpetratedwould foa ._
doubt
fore'iorj' to li. t' r.tjii.i \":-.tI'* -tti1d i {l 1.'J"t. \ try iu!' i > m'c/ht/ tiicmselvcs l!eorne still be nmiderl Do they know that moment that the} moral *

: .z .. c.:.i':1 l 1i, nt'.fn..J1.l. ll nr ::1t\lh. (' the vi >I.I tul > u: tnr law 4 lucli it was I this kind of combat wth deadly weapons, fed 1il1 i; of the great nmss ot"this

I: r'..t-, tit. ,.j' :t't.<.! ",d-.ivt to 114i1U ,.t.mm.'L heir tluty to amuinis'or. even w h..t no hurt i? intlirvd, c mcs with community is correct and that tho*t? At Barrancas May ls .-Brig Scio,

L.,er fit-Ji' te ;ir.C*. s- as to ttfif To piovide njrtin"l uch Hhtivfj, this juryi in the definition of nu assault with intention evils are mere cxcrepancios; on a soun.lbody. Donald! PhiJa.lolpfnn. (It is only 46
: not rrn \ ro.l into WHO .xItti4I lutjne for the to commit murder, and mbjects them
to: I.u L! .4 : 4tJ:,';.t'r. numuth; is i That should be dit.since: she left this Port for Phil.
4'. : fr'1 l.e <... rcl.tt'. 6 t:1.y' iU. l'i"e. . ,.,-t1"c. -4 ': I .,' r-cIrge; -1 HIt the duty of seeeilg ignorant of these principles you, Gentlemen ed at once, before they tike too

., ." .f.. .) ...,...f"t? 'f H., r'ir "" :'1'!' .'" ., ?... j. I rh:,: trif' iAv.-i tic lainifully executed and byLc should be appn '4 of them, and it is strong a root and too (Ir" infect the CLEARED.

__ 7,II ,'.1."tl m |' l'lcil I bill ol pics>eiitiueii(, lily duty to enunciate tht'm."nU'.e body of >ocety: is a nritter of deep April 25th -Schr. Amelia, Batch,

: .e 4 'i'v. t)f I'cJKJtcola x\ar.rl i o') tin Tiiin t or tiie fqu.iliy; elficacious measuic! of a gen- are cages, Gnitlemen! which c.ili: concern to good dtizon bat I New Orleans. Cargo 10 500 bricks

-1j.! ,..1.: :111I';,, CkCI torua t \\dl'r'l'.n! 4 f": al pr.'.f ntmor.l ul cucvancesnnd inuconlint. for your vigilant and item execniion of every by the Master.2btli.Schr..
-"I' '.d.j! (iii ff>'' 22n l .\nl ii. Ttw. )7n, iJ of kt- 'pifr( : itoady to their duly iiioseMiiiiic I justice-and I confidently rely that you appeals mo.st specially to the bosom I

c 4.-i. n nf the Art of |nc 'rporHii >n' pm 1[ ti-rvHiu>, who ur.glit bill fui tus su- w.ll be found adequate to the task. The of every parent. Let those dan '- Messenger, F ow1er.tnbi1f .

:. .i..s. u".r "th,' '1:1 or s.-:.:!iI !i. f ."KV tn I :P.t 1 lSutI and control s> cie Iroin Us pcr- first and obvious corrective i ithc, arraign roIlS ,spirit, whose constant appeal is : Bellas: by the i\Jaster.

t-w! .:<:-. ..ill; t'r; C'-'.IILSt In!flu1..'r II: :..I'.In.f'. ment, trial, aid punishment of those who the dirk I 23/7'.-Brig Acenoria Wheeler,
to and pistol be viewed 1 ,
'' t ,T... "f Jlicir ::emrr .i I!.* crl o.i ami :ri.tr : Tlc-t. (;"Mitl!"'in.->n. arc the general ob- may have ollenileii in thi particular. And, 'is I New Orleans: Ballast by the Mas-

: .. &.pfbl.-c: iii.!&CI\l'IC.to Oc 1.'.IiI.'t.11 int' I.;eet.4 j.r I.it'h lrrctl.i.i hllt.S werE' lIIQruuf..danll for the first part of tins duly your ru inljt-'I the commou disturbers of the pace

'. :1l' 'ev,;. I:' f pu..i..t i.: ,'1.' CI.: ,;' \ : Inou aloue is c",uli
--Ti.e .Mu\or h nH y,'I'I ti.i.1 1 & ui f ftfoc.'u.ituig; tiii iM'ueticnil Ui pOMt Jurors will faithfully do their ehity, ar.d and association lfthlc sed.ite :jud} t= ----- -- -

, 4; ... i.i tiro io Le pnlili;"ti '<\. WK. ] Ht C.hJ"t' I 's III thi;; coin.Tiiu.iiy -tor by a law ol the they may i e.i satisfied that: the ;petit juries virtuous, and we haH soon witness a I J. JerriS01\.,
:"-1'ut'1-'H'L.! tf the (;.ILtt'I' l ,i .: '.' ota iatt Legislative i i uunol, abolishing the ami tms CiMiit will mtlexibiy and fearlesslydisi
.' i"J 1'1..1 .111'1-1 of the courts heir of ihe task. TIs. (Jen- salutary: : reform. BEING desirous, : of getting his business
t' \'t..1CI 'it t.c h l''k. ;:Ti.ua: juriidtciion : county I hai ge purt
j >ritf:> fc .11 4tt iic.t be ;u'tpjrti't'; by a ,',I- th.it .\iui: 'j tjiinciiofitiv now irveits to Iemi"i, vviil be one step to>'. n. cI.! cl.ecUmgti.i I have noticed one of the proximate closed as possible, previous
..11 \\lu-1iit' ,.Sin. h-s po-.vcr t-, >' ..1,11'"r' ai'i: I! I this CI1 t. If.is accnnr.ilation U f buit::'.. t > fatal% practice, ill the terrois of the causes of those feuds, but there tb his leaving this place fur the North, requests -

"' ydcbw: Cit.r.\.s\; : \ :. i,M.1i luJi-ti.; I up.-: tile (;:'dIitl Junes of this court :-iII- I in'v in v our a:; gate chnraeiir as a jury. an] persons indebted to him on
4 itt'. I': \'t.'tt. t:.., .!.'':; '1 I.'" J.uh.. for curre pondfnt Yiild11&.a* \nd encigy ouliioir Uut i Nope ) tU will excuse me for suggestin exists an ultimate; cause, which lies at I book accounts (pa! icuhr'y those of longstanding
.
, ...tt.1, :,.'.1.; Ive 1 S ''! "II. t'e ..1.t' '2.1.i, 11. I part. at ttieir M-ini-auuuat scssiuiis, jr. that in our Hidivulual chat aHS a! the root of most ofthrru, and to whichI ) to come forward and settle the

:". jrr;"'-l "' !.'CllhH l'd.t1"l' jrovt-in hid I c.innut doubt that they will: 'li play! I men, as citizens, w ith lie II aau un- wish to apply a few remarks. I :allude iutie. Those having claims will present

; wa No tiiTi1 i<- "pl't'ai,1 in IIL- ia-.v ; I I, r.-1 zeal aud industiy propjrtioiirtte to the po. inrlueiice which such men and citizens to the violence and iutjlrriuce 1 them fir adju!tll1ent.

'". iv tuiiiity! (it ti'" .M ix ut uii tm point I I'xrIIl'Y; I. always! carry with tliem-your opinions of party spirit, whether pxci-ed in re- : PenticotH, 1st Mav 1328. .

i'iasw. fOil l"c ""!lIpi...! Uii:, two ) l..fl. It is i u ual fjr the Judge, on occa-ions; likiile : I II :::11 ij mnru to disCounten.incr these I
fi -ur.? u" at tin tiint- j'. rtfuhii-.s ( flI I present, bnelix to a- "1,111111.1 so.b pi 11I<1- dious teiuis auti i combats-and ali a proximate fen.'iice to general or local politics. I N\rr\C .

: >.t i.e |p1"*iiii. it. thf Lio.1' ti.ipnp i I pits! 01 the common law: as are II"u. : be cause and incentive thereto, dc.ionnce The spirit of party, when limitedto r Election will b- held at the Court

Tu aUionf-d. iu' .'ml.hiu:1.to tht -.1 ,-t.trv o! tl.e subjects 01' rxannttiI by the jury ; and brand the dangerous and unmanly an earnest, nay, even a jeilluu; en- I I :VN!.'lIS': in Pensacola, on the

4 _:"*'.f 0Ip'i2 than mUI r tI.1I t\. \ t'ki : :"I'I j aui the u.tcttce 13 generally u!of>ilf ,..trtie411 (practice of wearing secret deadly sibility to public acts and measures, is i 19th day of instant
11 ..... LH17.'n:. I. 1 ii.-.t ;' t.f thl' j''I- ; :" : communities wheie those ptincij aims ill me bokooi of a peaceful; communi- I May, ;
p a' ..L! (1."'.ii'iK' v in! c Juiiini.1 'i) iriv <* y.m ili.il I j pie: aic oiilv to be found utiei great ;ir.uour tv.lIrI'!\'. no tli icnce ofojnnijn shouldtxist a 1 ludabln and proper one ; and it is *ar t t ise purpose of electing two Aldermen

1.IoJ.tin :ri"r" liciiD'il anti rs
*nv jiftifici <'oin, 4-ii-i.Vi'jii. )>jr IIIIIII' >IHII:! i I Jaw. Bur ::I.'IC. Jentlemcii, 'vhen !!iey c tiire.x piiety of sneh a practice, and it i< only that I object. Every citizen said City.
(Ju fiv! We :"ur" t ; 3 III J. wonderful how it should! have been Cowisshners Knw'n. T... DKAKS
; P'ltJ'"r' "-p.fH IIpp4'I j '| ily! be I toomim the positive enactments permitted should be vigilant in reference to the ,
.-. our <_ "<.r.-v is pjtrovi J hv tli.M. up rare1 j jj te Legislature file task wilt be much I extensively to prevail in ar.y..iviiz. Jon C.*.) >BELL and JACOB HICKETTS. .
atKiirs of Government and
%.It Jut; I tit> ,'t spit* ;' s. \j\ .' jtuf.Jc..1.. all avtvci iiifnifiiTi' fi't-j; if, trie-Legislative Council the SUlj irreater libel on the laws MUU manlier of act and speak with due freedom, on .

C
. tat bttMr.c i: )r, t..i iniji.r.'M-rly \\t'lh.-ll 1 j jIrjm Dec. lSI4, and after being repealed, > asi.le the sword some half century ; institutions guarantee to him these Pensacola, 1st May, 1828.-7-UPlantation .

; u*. \ru>iilj} Jint' ai.uui.t(.d VtM/.;,' <..'.' !! Ln.-en icvived by an act of the last session. ;iI i '';. bv srentl"men, was deemed a great I -A -
.
But in vain havo
tf'/.ir'Ilut. "strs'\ .*' Jvi' i Tl-is .i* tmt lll:1 \ill the exception of the ll'Jth and ll-.ii- vi' lot v t.. the cause of humanity and good I privileges. they 'fr Sa1ti
; :'tht- many "ii;ns of tr.c IflrItCiii' -,' : .' ifCti'ins; and may bo consulted in tte prut- Minnent, and the evidence of an guarded with studious care against even I

---- fii digest of the las. for ti c ; e ir 1S: t.Trselavv rar.-d state of society. Then, the anwli-I he iuterference rulers in respectto i\ r%H E Subscriber wishes to sell! his ght

: Abroad. in question is "entitled an act was universally aril openly w.lru. and aliI m.uturs opinion, if we, th citizens I bk of pre-emption to a plantation sitna-
t''o tiefme crimes and misdeiue.inoid. Hud toMPsciibe I'nrlPmell'r npoi an equality ill'' ted on Saint .flora's Sound twenty five
FI.rida.-Thc Pundit-ton,. t'nITer [ ptiuisnmentK fiir t.c! s.nne.': nn,lconitiUiting that lespert. But n",". when by rominonconsent I display an intolerance of spirit miles from Peusncola ; together with a

c of tiu- ICtu ilt. says : \r C 11 1\\\ almost the xvt'ole body. of the all deadly wenpoiis should b.- laid and a violence of persecution againstthe stock of cattle th reon,consisting of about

st.'en a Icttor from a jiemlunun rriminul i.iw ot I ni' 1"'r il..r), fau be ad-I Hsule, tne can ing them at all, anti t'sJ// opposite political sentiments of One Hundred Head. The Plantation .

Tallahassee to :iMiuthcr in this place. vanta,cousl!) leferrid t.> Uy mo 't. .ut-i J.. cially l! in st-cret, as by some, i" in violation our neighbours, more deadly and rancorous consists: of one hundred and sixty acres

which gives a llaucrin: ; arcount ot I .*n uuy occasion of 4oubt. .1'I I tlf the tOnI agr,rni 'iit and compact of so- than any Government would of good land, about fifteen of which have

In t:. earlier history of tli's portion (,fi. d.toY.1111 trg ues either a lurking malignity been cleared.
c
hit si'ctuiii of but at tinsvinc dare to exercise. The same freedom -
couiitfy, ti of
of heart, or a inetm :idiiy spuit,
For &c.
apply ioRandall
terms
cjicuinsciil 1It' tne lemtory (a hisioiy yet
: tiu..' metiiiu.'ib the occurrence I I which teas s to mix with men on term ofequality. of thought, act and expression
the limits ot a veiy few )jeuis) it AIHs.Fensucola. .
- of om half K 07011 of duels! and i B as the subject of con :Ituaruu to I I kllllw there may be a situation which one asserts for himself, he .
lill'/ i is tiaveilh. May 1st. 18.87! tf.
: stjf-et litihts; with j pistols! dirks, *.tc ; ft lot oiInd moralist bat \ nile us play! ; 1/ of..pf.-tuilur or where: l'Xlwsurf--wlcre some certain imminent on dinJJT -- snould willingly accord to his fellow ". -

r. he country may be very fine and j itul 1 poliiicai ciunm>:nnce> weic ad "ainii'iul I ,. thtCHtfiii one's person, to ju"iify the I. citizens. Hw will thus act in unison NO PICE.
I
wit aliaost
unirecctii.nte'l -
themseiv n
developing t::
t >ts piodtctions such as to olTer considerable | J raptdtiy, its ;i.oral conditiontnd beaiinijnrms.. Bit ihosoccasions are rare with the genius ofhis Government f ALL persons interested in the Estate
inducements in a civjii/ed State, and do not con.-titufe disarm of Ml its THOMAS KDYLES
to emigrants; I piospects sceii'! erually: !liliritonr.! party spirit dangerous deceased, are
hut tho above account does not say; jlt.s."llilh I a mild, }h al'.hlnlj g'i iuI, citnrfte the tjiievancf i of winch! I complain. It is in effects. For it m.iy: confidently hereby notified that the Undersigned,
that peaceful waik! (If men in the bosom of
rinch in favor of !.he rofint'inenl of kC.irct-ly exceeded by any of tiioxejlissfiil s.rietvin the midst of the fiiendly, t'tin.e <- be asserted, that the execs of this Clerk ofthe County Court, will exitjficio
: le iwiis \, ;IHitlVC so long been thet administer on said Estate : pursuant to
those who are already there, or of the I circle: thit many 01 our youth wear spirit, is the greatif not the only'.evilin order of the
"rnt' of poetry ;nd romance ; nkliasoiltile : I r .n lion the Judge of thebounty
vigilance of nt.al ilie with them the lurking- dagger or ri :ol. (he vener.ted institutions. In this
police, so ( > : to I (-- : U-d exnUernut: and atl'ipted to all i our : .

pee an.l go ). or passions.Thru
hoi-blooded t't-l1\tWs. ielisrht.aii'l einicli! a it w.h retuarked I
: perhaps, : community its malignant influence enters into
vill kill each oth.*r i>alter a wiilie, \ with pleasure: that us moral! eiomcnts the presence of those instruments I every transaction of life-discolouring J. G. Drake, D. Clerk.Pcnsacola,30th .

and make; for I temed compounued and inouldcii of mischief even incites to April, 18287tf.
w: room ;i uoe peace.ili'Tht : tpOptj under the same 3upiioIiSCIII1I"tallcts.. qual're1s & distorting each object and exciting -

n- titio: ." [1 Among its earlier settlers was to be fouid a as well as adds to their fitui: offsets every where discords, jealousies .
I I NO flCE.
7 t" '. 7e's Para4e.Ford3.tst ,I: :larger portion of intelligent well cdninted no one can doubt. It i isv"uh I and feuds. .

;:-. be a p.iradisy; ior rogue On lOt u, than is usually met with in so r.cw aauntiy. : truth that a great Fuel and moralist I These remarks Gentlemen on J.Balcstier & co.
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the Kvh ult. named James And through tho operation of exclaims "How oft the sight of meansto V".
4 : a man t those physical ansi moral advantages, it subjects so closely connected with the Jose lIe Cotarro. _

Moon, '' :15 apnrnhcmiej for taking I was hoped that this so':ietywi uld atari at do ill deeds makes ill deeds done?" administration of justice, and the this case suit ha, been instituted and

r.r.d passing cotmtfrtet" dollars; and I I onre into a state of oulcr: refinement aad Disputes and quarrels which might peace and order society, will not I fN attachment issued returnable to

;.;ter examination was ordered to be I gout government ; thus) escaping1 that intermediate otherwise pass off without serious injury trust be deemed unsuitable to this oc the Superior Court of West Florida, May
period of violence and anarchy, Term 1828.
comnjiited to and tt to the parties now-through
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I : prison, a :IWS casion.
that interregnum of iHwand morals which
lor this purpose made out by the m.<-It had marked trr earlv liUlorv of oilier new means of those apt instruments of vengeance Having already trespassed so far on Adam Gordon,

cistrate: : bjt a< there was neither btates }less hat pity c o1stitut. d. Such had -generally terminate by a I your time ; my remaining observations .ill!.far Phtf

jail l or jailor in the county, this docu- been the fllIcI'iiuns of the pliilanthropist! hasty resort to deadly weapons and I must be few. In the performance Fensieot. 28'h April 19-78-7-tf. .

: rirnt was ultiinatelv! thrown away bv and ihe had experience given assurance of the first of star their of neiug thissociety the unfortunate victims of passion are I of your duty you have only to 850 REWARD.r

the sherirf, and iLe c-jirtr Jisohr.rgcd.rniich l't'\i.ed.-But.! uufJI tUllatdv. Gentlemen, thus excited to the commission of I follow implicitly the injunctions of .

I Coicw1.I reicnt occurrences have presented a sad crimes which a moment's cool! reflection i your oath. That presents a plain ANA WAY from my residence in Pen-

i reverse to tni picture, anti given but too would have served to avert. of the obligations of your sacob on the.iord inst., the fuilow
Jug Rrdls c1C'f..r much reason to fculhat instead of keeping summary ing Slaves
ClIrrt. I of ,
Such is the frailty our natures- office. I will merely add that in all
inaitfi j rrp.in-d for this paper to I pace with its physical improvement, the ,
.1 such the liability to injury or death, Presentments and Indictments MT> X I \VTGl
uukc room for till' czrel'ont and appropriiite moral constitution of this country i is in your ? ,
( :.rc ui JUthC Kund.i!!, to t.c liraiulJwjy I flume respects fast retf\g ding, and a state even from the arms which nature or it is indijpensibly necessary, that

ot I.foi CO.iIH'I: wt rccoiiiintnd of lawless insubordination and violence is occasion may furnish, that too often twelve of your number concur before t" a bright negres% about 30 yetrs
to the Jit'ontive usa l ol irio>' \vhoby usurping the place of peace and justice. '
pea do hasty quarrels and fi hts terminate ,can a legal and valid bill. a- old, speaks French and f "gli b.
ti.oir) > 1 hesitate you present
tondiut ;Ijll.; --ar ready to admit rl-e! o one, presume, can as to my
dduzficns inaxitu. "it.at every ,entk-nnn 1 I I incamn T. or fail to n.ake the application of fatally even when deadly weapons are : Il,in the course ofyour proceedings, ,Her son Jack 11 year

si.juld be th .- -,uaidian of his ov.'n 'lonor, A these remarks; for the facts which justify not prepared in deliberte anticipation you should be in want of further explanations _

t..e aeIi'ytr ol m! OHU \\'ronO It will i i them are notorious. Hat I shall speak of such contests. Furor arma or information, the Attor- J m.
be; seen Ly a l'tHlrlph extracted J'IODI a'' }plainly; & leave no room for tioubt. 1 allude minltirat. consideration of
In kind of the United States or thin V years both mulatto,
pnper uf a nei.htitriii; State, that the .: to the; frequent piivalc rencontres and san- ney ,
I have taken I this infirmity of mun, and of the influence Court will readily afLrd their assistance
fttett rwcuunters and duels ol" the .' eiie-, g-itHry.conflicts recently you 3.1C OB
Tr.tnot'onr .,.!t'UOrH:!" have already! at- plate in this community, and \\'htrh. for the of his passions, the law, in and advice ,

IralhJ ta' Hitcniion of the \ o1t1. U> uithiuhing! efiionfiy with? which they have many such cases, considers the death an infant of months.

tiisvt! an eieinplary punisntnent ot the tt-( .I been carried on, in the face of the world, in not accidental
33 premeditated from the Baltimore American. PETER
fendeii will Le iiidicird. and that the publication defiance ot the law and public opinion, deserve ArD ,
and without and The formation of territorial
malice to
of it the scrioui ; imputes a new td aed 45 atele
to ll be. co-eitei.sive nilli the :: most reprehension and year They
Ivnoulrdgeof! the oflVnjf* : so that tlu e :: punishment.ItGenllerneu. the act either a slight offence, or none government, West of Lake huron or _.4&?* I front me $lHn Geo. notes

who U.;;ht uihtrwue be deterred from in. : the practice of duelling1 as whatever. But can such a pie availa the Territory of Michigan contem- 1'luteto a considerable raj.

irtaiirg the population Florida$ may be :I conducted in the most polished and refined man who with murderous arms secretly plated. Michigan 'ill soon claim admission Clothing &--Itispre-

assured tlat the majesty of .the laws can- : communities, and with all the palliatives prepared and habitually worn, into the Union, as an inde- suned said tigroes are gone for the direction
uot be oflndd with impunity even in his which has to of Mobile, or are loitering about
humanity interposed mitigate
.. Hague's Paraditt." We tr'ust I causes.the death another, even up. pendent State. The increase of this of
we shall its efiects, is withoutjusti1cation. both under the South West B. Jo\l DOK Hiver. I do
rre lone see the time, when those, who i the civil and moral code ; and can on the provocation and excitement .flf Republic in wealth and population it hereby forewarn ail person from harboring

t i ieartesily do their duty, may be protected I I scarcely admit of palliation or excuse the moment? I answer confidentlyno unparalleled. I n a few short y.an..at said negroes under the penalty of
> the
iriem y laws, in such a manner, as to enable I even when the patties are prompted to this : In weighing the circumstancesand least three marc States will be added the lawUii securir said slaves inany

i*iVJy to mix in rociety without loadn .I resort, not from sanguin&ry motives of revenge Ar- Jail, or d&iyrg tiiern to me in PeimrcU -
aDd the
theoiivlres motives which distinguish to confederacy-Michigan,
the with deadly weapons, f'r but in obedience to the dictates of a 1 I will pay the above reward and all
purpose of prelection from the assaults principle of false honor But, this practice ., characterize actions, this very possession kansas and Florida-and west of the reasonable! expncen.jrTlie .
of the
bully and the a.,assin. however odious in itself, and denounced .. deadly weapons,' gives, in two former, new territorial governments Mob If. J l' ijter will pltase cop

? CHARGE.E by all laws, both human and divine, the eye ofthe law, a new colour to will necessarily be established.So ., this advertisement once. ami tend be

relit has yet by an enlightened humanity been the act-is deemed to be the evidence tvo are destined to progress until 1ito
ou
y to your room I preceed : divested of some of its mot atrocious fea
to -. 'e von u. fshnrge some 'upKc:tion; in tures, although the united voices of law, 01 r of a settled, rancoromjrralice the whole country between this poi: Richard Dealy.

r.1G4I :3 the imvert4U1t JD.lt(.. tv1.fillcdiI 1 reawu aimoi rviigiuu..are iueCVviu,.l to id.i..aD. thereby. convert ch. ftfeac into and the. mouth oi ihe Columbia River Fcntcl April *9th, 13 S-;-u.A .

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OTU1UC. Sar,cribcr wishutu to l\i conti tonv4at1kLI\; NOTICE IS HEREBYse Periodical Literary rr m.-We hlft
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Tfli business offers frir sale his Stock GIVEN veral times, }urctoforecaJl d the *t.' ?
This rviinbcr t$ tke L'ciz'acoki (iwe ...1 on hand, contenting of 5roctrrie, Provrsions T HK SUBSCKIBfiK respectfully n- tenliou of our readers to many of the i j
Advtrcque'te ti u.rW'lbtJt t: that he will stillaw the 20th of March 1828
: other Merchandise. lie forms! his friends OTpHAT on dy beautiful publication! with which)
and out
J _&icb .ye tiei publander the v.i 'tlt. stiudry f dr Bill rf Sle, Ci levied attachment the real
Deeds Mortgages. an vti country now abounds, *tut which are
: will sell lov for cash ; tsr, those persons j pub. :.
; tenieoccol its K Wt ami this
prejvirt < lowers and of Mr. Y
of Attorney, personal property 3ueph lit ied at rates astonishingly cheap.
purchase on : Some
uub.e! prtotl .iy te A IU. fccr! ha\c hcefcisanAlduri wishing- indulgence, may p-
tl\; .r kec&zLbeCiv.. White he no proved notc% payable in Tliiny' days fot' j| inents of Writing, in the most approved Crural, absent, at the suit ot Mr. humus short tiirte since, *-e received thefircr

.; !.l k.jw7cile; *JUaftY ejittSioas & d2t-ieJt1 *. any amount tnulcr Two hundred dollars, I I forms( on the usual terms; and solicits acontinuance \V itnot. Uulliniorc.Ucwrjr. "lill ete tn numbers (by the way, we should

if* which) Have diMibtlfew hrrn xpjutrcnt in dtt'1n8R. or Sixty days for any amount .Two (1- of their Orders. Wilson, I like a continuance, of its visits) of TBRAIUEX.

..I'r. itfcabt M OQ.ducid, Ive canftot lH < h ope hundred doUr.Ic ,,. Hasell H :,.Jt thllt h.e claim credit for his I
way justly assiduity
; :. and c
..e.j'.. ItlkaGc3 to rive rttisfartiiMt. Voa and i 11. against him to bring them forward, Tentacola, Jfct April, ia2JJ.-3-if. 'the tow rate of One Dollar a Year, con.
;;L .ipenacedIw uaJfrtouk the pul CAtioi of x and those indebted to him will please toset'.le JWTICE.fETTERS tai inin 'ight pages, royal quirto, ami oc.casionall .

;, ::' pubt uc.,1 with math tiistrast ax to hit r}tlr- : their accounts. of Administration on the: HBA-STORKS &c. ) accompanied with engravings; ,
t.:ii. t.iI' to dlclnu- the arduous snd retptlulies I I He also wishes to rent out the store Catharine lson, late of the typographical execution i is tiandvoiue ,j
wkich wo Ul ioivc in him, bat ",th : I Subscriber has just received per
and the articles .
'and
house which he occupies. deceased havingbeen TilE highly interesting.One
.;" ; dvtcrmin and i now j the County of Escambia, ,
from
abelh New
rra uu, by indusry rvrccrttce Orleans-making %
i!! James the unilersigtird, by the of the most beautiful engravings S
,to acquire the exptricncr itt nccdrd :i JC Quinn. p-antcd to his assortrocHt of Sea Stra
very "
yl ctutd 1 tilcn e ll The Court for the County ot which we have uoticed of late, is a Cluster ) t1
> or r H uixiu hw IWR !', r t'I'P'Y i i UTHE : in. County
W.J..:r 'eterG Acblc.I fle ha e* Macaroni in baskets
., ''r OUUS4 he thought! HTCCC ard, ,le1vr'pr.site I against the estate of said deceased are American Pools (Halleck, llryantPinckney -
. : ,. lor the crroi'i *nd M'rak o c
';1 r' ";:, vJi Editorial department of cite, G.u.eu.e, It, I undersigned, having sold his Stock. j| | i and upon those present indebted, are requested Ciruyere cheese Pierpont, WoodwoJtlh, and Washington
:..j .' b"Pfi' 7h t a Atnall (vortioR rtl pnk; If11ay..f 1'atte do.
.i ':' &vari1eAi Jtira,.or oo Kn vt cx,re mf. fliis j to aiake payment immediately, Raisins Tnines Almonds
tend for the North about the first ken for the NEW Yoi .
4 .toR 4n4ie-r fits "arNet .;K Jeavi.'s tn id. iea\ing John Tobin. expressly MiBiioa _
:.Jo' 'J 9A.rue the Mvteroeta oft City *a Jot the Terri uf May. All p I'SOI1"Ita\ tlg demandsajjauwt CZlinulai'ne Ytour Wine \awl Ladies' Literary Gazette ; which accompanies .
.t..'1. ..t4I'J '. him are requested to present dmin trntr. l-'amil the number for January 26iii
I ::t We have received from tlw Coroont.ijty ** them,-and those indebted will please &a Tensacola 11th Mardi 1828-5'J-8t. Do do h lfbbll. containing biographical sketches of the,

.1 "('r imich enoouraj riscftt and 'Q \ort 2?, under tall and settle! their accounts.Samuel Sugar, C.)ftee, Salt, Pork ., represented. This
t. persons tangle num.bl'T
: ; 4xi.Jci&( ctratro6Urcrs, we 7ia a riit; tiv cx LAND AGENCY.subcrbers Mackerel, >(. 1, and) No. 2*
think! is
:'. J and Co mmy imlividuab fc-c ire iftllchtt.d Patterson. vc well worth the price of "
1L4t we their exertiousto rerve sby inr.reaf.in the Ia 17th, 132853t.. THK Iwve opened an of. ; Superior tJoshen Butter a esurly subscription to the Mirror, xvJucj* ,\'
t'nslco April
: ;J .ircul&uaa of our P JKT sad udcltlJ'\riag tnproaolc for the purchase and sale of, best Cincinnati covered Ham IH published every Saturday at Four Dollars .
;); "i : the interests of our uhltshmcut. Toihece LIST OF LETTERS : Lands, at St. Augitin ', in the hous formerly titlt11u: Iiacuii, &c.Julius. per annum. The Editor promises

'; aad ta all tho ;',-t' (U, we trader our grateful a k&otvedgv! >tmuu; Remaining the Post Oilice at Ptnsi south of tHc
west corner public square, The Casket of
.: ,'" Lmt it 8 uM4e to deceive ourtiek' aid uthers colaon the lt of April, 1823 ; which if eithcr I 26th. Feby. 12B-50- tf. Philadelphia, in Oct\o '
: ::' by cacaljog the fact,that ve Need a more extended not called for within; three ;months xill be where persons desirotti to cconiplish f rm, continues to be published ina mel.er f

S:: patronage and the.j&ure pnxnpt payment sent-to tile General Post &cc as. Deadbetel's purchase ov sales at'real estate, are C OMMEIICIAL //U TE L. highly gratifying to its patron-, and -
: :r.. of all tubfcritiorrt. \Ve JIKVC beea anxiout; requested to leave theircouimaixis. }' Verycrtdit bl to its Editors. We hive
: ::. that our pa per shoaW be kn wr, cud have I A lung residence in Uie Territory; of THIS 1 IIooe, lately occupied by Maj'r. received two numbers of the SccoI.d.0.. .
I i.'f therefore,|bee uUlin hr.ft'lt1fcre t extend A.-S. R. Allsion, John Angue jr. Florida, has enabled the subscribers to I; :(. WitiuHr, was epcucd( on lume, {for January and the
;r" indulgooce tr> those uhorltli: iHtcntians really B.-John Sail( Egbert U. Birdsall, become intimately acquainted with lItu-1 thr Itith of February hy I the Subscriber ;; I ontains Portrait of February) first
i1 to palromte 'ZI, were not able convr i utly tocomply wbo respectfully solicits A hare oftba Patronage i a A.vantw JACbe :'(;.
Gabriel Bcrtrand Doctor Brosnafauu all the individual -Iairn tu hind, si tlu- i
dl y second Statue of UILIIAM
:: with the condition to py ia advance of the Puhhc. All, which the localities a Pzzcx.
.
."i ,: kat it IS actW timr. for aU VCb to prove that they P. Borg{ s, Robert fia;\'ick, G. M. I drstrictas tvellastct their titles, locations I I afford, shall ne studiously provided (aJThose Suliscribersvlio Iwtvewaided .

*4t.(1.: ;, have not faeeifiinpusin! upott Otjf &ocuinuiinii: ? Brooke 4, Seth Besse, F.V.. lirady qualities and relative value And the in-. aud every attention devoted to tJcquietand through us the price ot.the fir t
: dapositiuB *. mod of mil easing applications made, for information
; n IJrU\'iRg we : volume r.mindedlhat
are
comfort ot those who will favour tfee House they now
John
'I VV. owe
. !: .. \BpoMtheta to pay op All arreara rg, end at thc Brvtdbury. tiom every prl: cf the United 3tat'CS .< for the second.
t ); iiW time tojcodexvor to increase the circulation C.-Diuuicia Cos Isaac Clark, estat with a prekrence.
more especially, respecting sugar .s Au > llent Billiard Table : Among the most useful and
.4':4 of our paper; ajid nut to 1Itw wure'jlxsrrtpuynJj ( < xc attached to valuable
: Hunttio Cross, Julia L Cross, lr tr031u.lo has induced theta fo believe, that an establishment works of
the is
:ia.: iitn be shrtetid, hccaiuc n-c tlemrvjsd payment establishment, occupying a separate our Country the Auznfci
:.m.' for oar pat fI.blrtaud expect an -aWrAoceol Christiu Feiijte Caro, James of this kind,could be rendered building will contribute to ama YArent,"'itb F RX"X, published by J. S. Skinner, Esq.,

0- future support. Callahaii, Andrew Kegher Caper. useful to the jrablic. out interfering with the good order arid of Baltimore, weekly at Five, Duil.iibj,
: To oicr freit4 m and t.&out the City we All orders directed to them, for copies
quiet ( the House and hate Often
.r Edward M. Thomas o "I parties can >ear. asingie number of this pub.
; hare always endeavored to render our es- Cveightuti, xsf surveys, maps or plans as,well as othero be always accommodated nith a distinct .I lication contains matter worth to tar-
'th.tabUlbmenc useful, by Vbc gratuitous Cooper 2. IIItonn4l00n the above will be any
;11fI"fJ expo- subject, ci lting worn. tri er, the full pric of a year's _
sore of our exchange papers to all who felt L) -Darius&efcre, Isaiah: Doano, famished without delay. Letters, postpaid : Ttere it. on the p'-enjisrs, te of the best ti It has a very exten circulation aubscrp.on.

; i.t;H. inclined to peruse them au<2 while! we ar* William Duvall, Mr. Druauiiond.E. directed to the Land Agency, 6V. Suuuue tables In the place, where Hors-es hal! be but we still wonder that it is not ,
jl Aware that by se oing we allowed them (o ..q will receive due aftcHtion. attended I more
Thomas Francis I strictly to.JOHN
B-
subscribed for
. ; ; anticipate what wa to -z.per iu our colttm Ek'gau, I generally by all, and more
,, '. ..i; : n, weccmfets .*}aTe been astonished U. EUson, Frederick Euoa, David JOHN LEE WILLIAMS, GARNIER.TEIIMS :i particularly fay the numerous class, for

-'.'t-iff: &ndj rovekc>d when rcmnrits to-our dis4E atou, Alfred \'T. CL Ehves.F. WILLIAM SIMMONS, I whose use it is especially intended, and to

.; ; Tnntg btn'e been reported to u&, .s coui-: .-ThomasVr.. Freelove 2, AuUS1U FRANCIS J. FATIG.t I Board per Month $ 25 whom its files paescnt a fund of invalua
': oj!j in,from those who, without patrnnfeiiig us Day Boarders, 20 ble information.
Faire z.G.Elisha. > 27th 1827. WtfUsferences
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i I t I':,,'! in any way.have taken advaufajje of the use :; Iinner 75 There are many other periodicals .
I : : af our papt.n.Ve truf f. however, tai GrushJ 3hu M. Gardner ; ftreakfast or Supper 37% equal 1 merit with the above mentioned

!;: S?; 1 the number'of these impolite gcntfetncnt i If Alexander Gibson, Nathaniel l CuI. Jos. M. White horses per day I 25 some of which we have heretofore noticed

; ::&: & but small, 'and that a forge maj.trit.vofI Gage. Delegate from Fiorina, per mouth 2<> and may take some future occasion more

* ;; 4:-:;:; those who find our paper uninteresting, II.-'V m. Hall 'Col. Mr. Henry S. Tanner, iMtiladelnhia( !fncaeo1at February 20th, 1828.-45 tf. particularly to mention. It will alsrays >
; .:. r. (rom the reasonjult mentioned, will! ton s Humph rcys Unctor Brush, New York, ... give us pleasure to receive und forward

:..,.,:t Jcrthat is: our duty to make it irircrcsnibgoour Lynch Huisman. tiernard E. Bee, Charleston \V &s'r tUHUDA. subscriptions to either of them, us wemay

t'. : ..'; friendt in the (t'U'ltrv. 'ho have J.-John Inncrarity. Mr. .Iun? s Williams Baltimore.13y be requested. them
. Among the
are
,
.,r tot the same advaftta ('s Trots trtir csJabliihmetit J. Jackson A VIEW OF WEST FLORIDA
-Geofrge James Jack- AKKKICAW: PAUSKX, Haiti 1l1oce'tekJ ,
5 't' as theruse"csVI"( Are 8n illu% the President of the United 'IIUtACING its )
Geography, Topo- fire dollar
; so n. E
t ,::;; to accommodate aud to all far
please us a
[ grajjby, &c., with an NEW-YOKK
t :: ti in and in K.-Richard T. .KinnoruL. States.TN ; Appendixe.tting Minnon and Ladiei' Literary -
our power ; return we expect
.,; : tr of its Antiquities, Land Titles., Gazette, four
Wreckly, dollars.
J. .! that ail ptraiancnt residents of the City aud SI .-Jacob Lindumion, WiWiam pursuance of the rovins! of the and Canals. ,'
THE
,;Il: .! lit Y&clnlt.who partake u/ our courtesies, Lambert, Francisco Llopes Solomon M. tenth sec.tion ol'tlx Act tif Congress, Ails L, a Literary Gazette, PhiUtielphb -

:,.: :.fi wi1uotmgkct to contribute to the supportof the 3d d' Mapch, 1&23, TOGETHER WITH ; Scmi-Monthjy, cue dollar.
. \V approved on entitled
'. .{ our Paper Loriog, ..K..Latimcr2. A Map if West Florida, CASKET or Flower of Literature, lYltand
An Act
:., r.l;:,. P uia T>!a March-!4th, 1818. M.-:. MoriN, Jis31cKenno>% to the! act fur amending-ascertaining suppleiuenrf.wy clia I andtitles Exhibiting-a :' of the Coast, a Plan of Sentiment, rliilaiLiphi. ; Monthly: ,
: dollars
two and an half.
1 the
: :I : JVItchael l\J.cCartYt Isaac IcKeevor, to Lnu.lsin; t14.e! Territory of J-'k>:ida,

I In i!' NOTICE.THE W U1. \ ( Mr, McVoy, Thomas I j antt t(, proude :am- the wirvey and difpofal;; ) Cits of Teustve'vila, Philadelphia ALBUM; und, S-'i Ladle fferi-fy Gasrite

..;: ';;;,.. : Undersigned \\s authorized by JVIcVc}', Duncan 1l'Kute, o the uhlic Lauds in 1'lorida, I JouxQOI and the Entrance of Pensacola Harbour. TIlL SourcNU, Philadelphia! Weekly!
"
ii .: i:.. legit representative o* Dna. Eltira David 51-&irKive, Thomas J. Mouru, >CT AIUTWS, President of the Unite Jar JOHN LiE WiLLi.V3ib. three dollars.
! : d.. Zuleta.widow of Rn Ant'o States ot America do declare '
: Miraya.for- JesM iVoore 2 Hamilton Morrow hereby Just receirf, fur sale Ay MaI0NIc MmnoR imd JTec/tatiic's fr.teltigencer -
t :. : : rnerly of this city and exeattrnt of the: f and nuke km.u-n, that a public' sale will I W. Uisell Hunt. Ooa'.on
1 ;" :. estate of said Miraya, deceased, to ; Juan Mego, John cluuletHier, be held at the Land Ofiice at St. Augv.s- ; Weekly, two (Io.trt.lLucros !

. \.0' ; '.,..'. for sale Gouverneur Morns 3.O. t-Re; on tl e second Vonday in May next, ren a'oJa. 8th Jan ]828.I Orkan- and.IJ1Mtric Rcfioticory, New
five JulUrs.Coffin' .
Weekly
t .f ': One lot and house thereon, 17o.Offcr'j ..- Johu O'SuIlivaB. for the disposal of the l..aMc1includMd \1G.\1.t ;
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\oui1t. % lr8. h$-*>6rER, Washington,
t !.c i -. on'lntendencia Street,in tlitt City. P.Scvcriti f within the limits oftue t fiUuwisig described I
PalaOjJaninsPitTTSoii, I D. C. Weekly, four (lALLrS.NLTLOLtI'&ACUCa .
I, : .. One tract containing 22 : Tuwuships and fractional Townships 13 f H E subscriber has for sale a few pair
I Stephen Purinton Francis 1' New-York Monthly
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Porter
i t ::jv of land situated betwixt bayou Tc.xar':1nd si tuae: in the District of garlt; florida, and Sugar Boilers as a sampj from the ly, dollar. ;
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4 t .v 1 the Bay of Pen lcoh1. The( nuture ot the Elias Philips TiniuthyPaig'j2 I South of tbe babe Hue, tu vul ; manufMctOl')',and can supply any quantity
;1 ,.Z. 'o ground is said tu beriF the best kant (or Page 2, Davit Porfer.K Fractional 4 of to order. Ie'. H. NiSBET.Pensa'Col LIBEHAL PREACHKIT, Rostan, Mas!. &
In
Township Range 11 Keene, NT. II. ; Monthly, gl.
il rf1'!.- ... ntHRufacturingbricks, and tt e j>T simity .-Mary {toyuolds. yractioiial To nhips 4 "< 5 ot Range 12 _, Dc, 7 h, 1827 08-tf.F. Madeira '
"Ii; .: a* well as means of / t'sCw'dia1sc.
:. easy conveyance, S.retHi1hStuith, John 'SiCOl', Township 4ot" Range 13 "
: 'tl". must make the property vv ruluablc.VV. John Sager, JTenry Slaback; Ferdi Fractional 1 Tmvnaiup 5. of Uan je 13 H. NISBET, A) iiCElVKD per Schr. Orleans irooiPhiJadeIlna

''1 '' .'!i f!'.. ; Hasell 11 nut.Pensacola nand Smitn, Llizabeth Smith, Davit lH. Townships 4-St .5, of K.mge 141Fr EGS I kave to inform 'his Friendand 's) ,

' ': : :' March 20th,1828,-2.-tf. Stonc Jose actiouaJ rown->hip 6, of [tLI4c 14 former Customers, tfcat he has recommenced 10 cases superior Old Lou au Particular
. ". ,- -- Gomez Sant\venia. Townships 4, 5, & 6, otKif.gts business kt his GUI Stand Madeira n>e.

,,.. t <; TIt1I Andrew P. Simpson, Leah R. Simp- 15, IfiSt 17Townships I where he has for sale a very goo( a :ortmeitt 10 Old Port Wine.

"'t u .. sen, J. B. Shaw :2, iSauuders & Le 41 5, of ll.oige 11:31 of 10 Cherry Unndy, Superior.
: :
I !. E m 8.u.agaL\1\ ,. Baron 3 The Townships are to lie oH'ered iu tic :2(1 Cordials, first quality assorted ia

i -i} > FOR the acquisition of AiiKl CULTU r. T.-Tiasoiby TwitclioM! Jacob[ order above designated beg( mi ttg' with Fresh 8J Seasonable Goods, the ases 1 doz. each.
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r '"; \, LITRKAUY, and MiSCEL. the lowest number of Section in each Received by the latest arrivals from New 10 Wiae Bitters.
, ;:.; :.. ; LANEOU5 KNOWLEDGE. Taylor David Thompson, Abraham T wnship. York and Philadelphia. 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin.
; 'rr'
. .....:. "Knowledge i ia power,"-Dawn. Tomes, John} A. TurleykV. Lauds reserved by law for the use 0Schools j 33.arid. 4 Point Blankets 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce.

hb" I THE FARMER'S MAGAZINE i is de- .-Ezra Varuey. or for other purposes, are to be 74 and 84 Striped DufficM Blankets! 6 Half Bbl*. AnniseccPeppermiol
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::? ,> : signed to contain information dN.w1rrom \'.George Woolley, George excluded front sale. 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney du aad Cinr.srnon 4ordls,

n.J1,I.. .. AUTHENTIC SOURCES relative to the Welsh, Henry Wilson Wm. C. Uiveuunder my hand, at the City of 3 bales White & Drab Flushings. For Sale. 6y
;; Washington, this fifth of February Blue and black imperial cloth blue
improvement of remarkAble day ;
I management Whittle
fn'CJ.. Wm.! Winning, \\1infreyVitliams.l und F. H.
mist
Farms, sources of Manure, number A. U. 1828. cussimeres ; sati netts, assorted Nisbet

..,.t';:.' and kind of Stock, farming utensils, laborers \ as. West, Josiah Whitcher. } Joiiu Quincy Adams. ; super super and common fancy Penpacola. Dec. 20, 182f. '

i 'b dairies &c ; : UKAL.MPROVKMENTS Win. Ward, Frances Williams, I prints; 7-8 and 4-4 Irish liier ; Irish -

'L ; drawing and
--- of USEFUL {INVENTIONS Charles \Vood2.Y. GRAHAM, i l hams; white, yellow, red and green flannels I. partnership of FJTZAT & Uvta-

Critical notices and reviews of cuch pubiroatioM .-Jeremiah Yancey. 5-St. Coinuiissitiner General of the : i Muck and colored bombizrtts.printed in consequence of tne death of
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Land OfF.Oi E
at tend to the interests bcmbazetts and Salisbury flannels IM Itushton
may ofthe Not the r. James dissolved ; all persons
forwarded being
Husbandman ; improvements in be postage not MASONIC M1KI1OR.11H ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton halls II I; having claims against the late firm
breed of DOMESTIC ANIMALS ; ac i paid-"George Delany"VHliam beaverteens, linen cambrics; cambric will present them to the subscriber for
r-1 Ctouataof such. FOKE1GX Heery Lower Canada. E publication of the Matonic Mirror) hdkfs Baroge hdkfs black Italian
A and DOMES; ; ; crape; s settlement and those persons indebted,
. .. iU '! TIC trees, shrubs, vines plantx, seeds and.grains (125( Letters) JL will be Kiptndtd\'fom this date. flounced robes ; gingham d<>, spider nets;, will come forward and make payment,

.i' .r: as are considered necessary r use TEE AD.tAa.AlTTIIt. :, patent threads, Russia diapers, pfoin andn as no indulgence can be given.
*'irP : .r&II: for subsistence, comfort or ornament, W. Hasell Hunt, s a Masonic york, will take the place of .' red book muslins, Madras and lint JAMES "" LAY.

P1f4'' ttith INFORMATION relative to their April I St.'1828-3-3t. Pott-Master. the Mirror-will be devoted exclusively I t\Ia kdkfs., compY Hags, figured crape Pensacola, 20th. Nov. 1837.-36-iff

Jf. \ tZea.tr2entgciwtI, re isite tinds of so"I, to Masonry, and win appear ou the 15th: ; esses ; white, brown and mixed cotton -s.
"r 8ce. ; and in'snort whatever may tend I to MAIL ARRANGEMENT. of l this month ; and sufficiently encour- hat hose ; white and mixed worsted and I Il IlHti: Subscriber has just received pc'r

}'c t{ increase the produce of the soil, and advance uged, it will appear or about the 151hof l mb'i wool do ; line linen hose, !ladies 1. Elizabeth! l-.or \'th. from ewo.

... r..::. the 3UUAL ECO O\.lr of the FLORIDA MAIL.Duewery every succeeding month. The original white and black cotton do., lead, slate, l lt leans a very large assort mcnt of Groce
V : country. Tuesday at 10 o'clock, A. 1|I. design of the work will be so far amendedas I and black worsted do. plain and canljl: 1 ries. lie offer* in addition to his lormec

,-";' ;# t.: Insertion will always t>e giveo to such Departs same day at 2 o'clock, I'. >I.ULAKELEV to embrace Original i Masonic Essays I i :. cloaks, furniture check, bed-ticking superfine stock :-

>H: '",.. REPORTS, addresses papers as may: MAIL Poetry ; and General Intelligence, rels! cotton thirting, oil 1 clothe! black (;L&ainpagneVine, in Baskets of 1 o.
r be commnaicated for publication, by 4hetererai Including MebUeandike Stales of Lou tive to the In&titution. The price will I bom&assines, fancy belt ribbons, black and each, warranted uperiordo.

! f5 AGHiCULtUHAL SOClE r tES isiana and Misii88 ppi. be &2 per annum, in advance ; and it is I white satin and mantiiA do"S4lrish shir L- Brandy of 180.

' 'v IBM soil other & .. Due every Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, M. expected that every pcrsou who subscribes ing,8.4 damask, brown linens;super black Zaute CurrantsPonchongTea

*'?; A LAND KEUSTEK. will contain, at. Departs
: M ta *s practicable a Ust of tkrms which ALL OTHEU MAILS. reception of thesecond number after printed shawls and hdkfs ; printed V/uter- Prunes very fr .sh

:$ ? t ; are now,or iiwy keres&er eFORSAL1 4 Due every Sunday at o'clock, P. M. subscribing, or the third will not be too fahawU.fjincy silk dres es,mtns thread, Raisins ? .
h
: Account ef liteir size sttuation, quality Depart every Tuesday and Saturday, at forwarded. linen gloves, linen tapes, Russia shirting, llIunrl\ ? ..
; !'. ',1 .and such OUter putUuIars as navy be 8 o'clock, A. M. Subscribers to the Mirror, wh wish Uie mill'd drab cloth; blue, S*.red strouds, &c. Medoc Claret of 1S20
: ,. : 4etmed4.efuL Amaranth, are rcqucstod to give an ALSO Tuscaloosa
acr: Letters urhicfe are not deposited I- early : RyeVhii y
:i:. t Space viUJ> afforded for the SOLID one hat hour before the notice to that effect. 4 cases saddlery, assorted I Goshen Butter
: .4 Ii&lid Sleciinf 8EAU1IES of urERAtl regular Agents for the Mirror are respectfully 9 cases H re water's huts, assorted qualities do. Cheese

.::: : "".. TURE,the se

    t '.! : History and 'n losophy, Biography, \ the Mail, will be detained until the circulation to this work. All who procure 5 trunks fine ready ma( e clo\hiap With an a.ltlitional i.IPi.l; ly of Dry Goo41

    ;': t..: Tojrtgea and Tnu-cla, state of the markeUia next Mail ; tiles* it suits the convenience six subscribers and will become tespousiblc 12 trunks ladjV and gentlemen boots Hard ware Jhs* ware f I Tiaeeij: ware

    t :j' ,..'i. tkc principal Seaports, be. fee. of the Post Master to mail: fur them will i>e entitled to accpy. adhoesChildren Sold Low for CtJ.\.
    : 1 TfiHMS.THE seventh *'and boys' shoes &c.
    i" them sooner. ; brogans, J.
    :1 1. To those who have paid in advance for Soal leather, calfskins shoe thread Peacay.
    r:' !"fC FAUUtiiS MAGAZINE be $zr OQ Sunday the Poet Office the present voluwe of the Mirror, thefeaaraiuh 25 fceg Virginia Tobacco, Pensacola, Jan. llth, l2i! .
    fiuUiibe open one to ttIe full 5 -
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    boxes Ddish do.
    superior cav
    i titfee dot tars, payable cttltcrat the timeCfsubscribing OWN op ;
    :
    H the arrival amount unless otherwise M4.GNOLZ
    and ,
    assorting of the Mail ; ordered or the Hardware .
    tJ 1 e;. or ou receipt of the first Mrorbercsimed. (sc. in the new Town o/
    letters LOTS AJapjol
    and a
    ,r ntunbet. ThatFOUMaod SIZE hu bee will not be delivered outof ..GO: W< would again solicit the altent1 I"t;Q Pen, pocket, sportsMen and desk offered for sale. This place 1 s

    ; r I .i Adopted, which is deemed mest con,*- ihs office at auy other time on that of v Agent to the immediate *dju tnaent knives ; knives and forks, carvers, waiters ituated 8 wiles from Fort St. Marks oil

    : .,I aientfof juuif&,while the quality of the Qf the accounts committed to their care and trays ; Heuning best needles, snuffers the St. X;rks river and 15 from Tallahas

    ; 1jI.pU: beauty of the type f entirely new J I day.'V.. HaaeU Huot.P ani those subscriber who have little or j aud trays plated spurs, cpectaclea see. The riPer can be navigated to the

    ; :1rt1: \:4L1e general execution of the Art como&aication with Agents are re carpenter tools, shoemaker's and cur Town by resseta drawing S feet water. '

    : ti !, t triM be SUJTU, MUM Ihoped wilt work'l esr OFFICE Past Master. .qiusted to remit tbe amount of their bills tier's do., stock locks padlocks, shovels The situation *c high, dry and healthy r
    tt. Credit the Publishers sod Pensacola, 1st April 1828. -3-- 3t. and kettles t has two
    tl on by mail. Agents are authorized to remit tongs, sauce pane, cotton Sulphur Springs in the vicinity,
    ri' .1.TKDHI. 1 TALLO ir$ BEE WAX ia the same manner cards, &c. .c.Pensacola. one of winch is only 200 yards from the

    i .Zditon giving the above a few Uier. Those who have received their bills Dec. tth, 1$27.384f.PaLgTL Public 5 4 : : poults
    TiE ions will M entitled to a copy of tbCrork. 4Iift highest price in casb, given fort ( .ill add 60 cents to the amount, for .the great medical qualities.For .
    A4dreasL. Z. RWtI6ILDOZ k M.'Iaull above articles t>y further
    .and remit QJ informatiw of Terms *
    present year's papers, without c.
    twr the pruricwr.I .. Julius Pe;>cay. ulI1eccuary delay. This will save much JSucuted icitK neatuets and dispatch apply to J. G and N. Ha teA. Si. Marks,

    elii'-'pt1a. ifivdl 1, 16!$, PCftu.c.ola,1t2a PeG 18 7-58-...If UQ.w1c; Boston April I, 1828. at Mil Ojfe, or to Augustus Steele, TaJ h3ss e.
    St. Mirk,, J.Oth Auiat 1-m2---? %

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