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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: July 15, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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TUESDAY JULY 15th 1838. on* to all iarties I jullu< PEN S.\COLA .
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_r_I _- that there -.....--articles in the'ted States oj America, in Congress r piness of an interesting region, blest act for the benefit of Missouri aoa
are
PUBLISHED WEXKLT, BTTA2VDXPF i iPaJllithfrl i: posed,of or perishable nature, it shallbe anembled, That the following sums by nature and favored by circum Arkansas imposed onerous nnd ei'-
a
UTIAIT & cargo For almost thingwas pensive conditions the claimantsIn
: his duty to direct a sale of the be, and they are hereby, appropriated stances. you every on
o//Ae Lal'I of the Veiled Stales for the benefit of all concerned. viz : to be created or remodeled. 11. Missouri, it excluded from the de

and of the Territory offlvrida.TERMS. same Sec., 5. And be further enacted For pay, subsistence, arid! provisions was necessary that the bounty of Pro ; cisioii of the Court the largest claim
That the remaining after thirty five thousand one hundred vidence should be seconded by the: in-f in the State, and limited the jurisdiction
property and dollars. dustry intelligence of Man. Dependant I of the Judges in Arkansas to the
FOUR DOLLARS < annum, in advance; if the portion adjudged to sixty
per separating
jttmncnt ie Deferred *;ix months, FIVE the salvors shall not be removed from For medicines and hospital stores u'jon the wisdom and liberal-] quantity of 3,500 acres. The law
DOLLARS will be required.f such be used for public one thousand two hundred dollars. it)' ofthl" General Government: on i which has been passed for Florida includes r
:: "* Advorti'cmenta inserted conspicuously atONE store as may all the of trade re- ; all claims embraced the
DOLLAR for everv fourteen lines, nor disposed of in any other For outfits twenty five thousand important subjects | by treaty. -
for the tint inieruoti, anil ]?ll"I i CENTS: j purposes within nine months, unless by dollars. voiiup, aid legislation, your external j ,&, repp.als that unjust imposition on
for rr.ch continuance-longer ones in pro- !the way order, of le owners, or of their authorized For repairs, and for wear and tear, defenceinternal improvement, your I the claimants of paying all tire expenses -

portion. OF : and that the duties ten thousand dollars. coast, hrbors, roads, rivers, foils>> adjudication,when they establish
ALL KINDS : accruing agents such; property may be Approved-May 24, 1828. land tills-in a word your general j the validity of their claims. It also;

m 1PUDWiaTDAShFVLU" secured at upon any port in tho United [PUBLIC.No. 84. J and loctl) interests, leqtiired morn of' exempts them from the necessity of

RECEIVED AND NEATLY EXECUTED States, where the owners may reside. An act for the better oisauization of the the tine and care oftiie National; Ex-i! making all other claimants parties.
AT THE "CAZfcTTh'' OFFICE, AT Sec. 6. And be further enacted, Medical Department of the Navy of the ecutivi and Legislature, than could i The trial will be between the
THAT AKU CHARGED United States. be bestowed them United States and the
THE LOWEST PRICES possilly on consistertly grantee, ot
That no vessel shall be employed as Senate and
Be it tnactcd the
on'ICE.N THE SOUTHERN TAUT by other duties. those under him and
AT AH with They claiming ; every
a wrecker unless under the authorityof United -
the
OF THE Ul\IO .,.-- House 'Representatives of havereceived, however, all that could title will! stand on its ova valid.
------ the Judge of said Court : and thatit
-- in
---- States America Congress
= of ,
-- be expected and in instancesthe : ity. It may confidently bo assertedthat
; many
(YrlCFJ. shall not be lawful to employ onboard r assembled That (om and after the
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who prompt and i generous attention the claims in Florida will be
THE difficulty x>making collections such vessel, any wrecker I passing of this act no poerspa shall re-
trr the shown to your warns and wishes has more speedily settled, and on ihorb:
offer additionalmotivr shall have made conditions with
to an of Assistant
iiulnced us ceivo the ::
}f\I to the Subscribers to the Gazette, captain or supercargo of any wrecked 1\ Surgeon in appointment the Navy of the United established i lasting claim upon our [just and equitable terms, than those

to in- re Hy its Patrons, by making prompt vessel, before or at the time of affording he shall have beeu putual gratitude. Distant as you arc of any other State or Territory,
unless
Daymen's; WP have therefore so altered relief.! States examined from your Uupre"''Utative, C.TI.I (l..fi_ heretofore. If the land claimed beprivate
:yui; ; conditions as to retire FOUR DOLLARS and approved by a Boar$ atHirtVal rieni as our Ti-rritoiy yet i i\ in all the property It will DC possessed .
the; subscription to me GazetTe, A. STEVENSON, shall be
stS wno
designated
surgeons ami diffusing : or disposed of as such and
for collecting po- ; .
line in full, of all those who really of the House of Representatires. means
for year Speaker for that! the Secife-
by
in advance. I purpose htic-il intelligence, it is duo no loss to i if public] it will be brought into
pv All Ace'its witt j plea note the above, S. SMITH, tary of the \ ivy Department ; and you than to myself, that every modeof : market. The provision making it
and make it so (far retrospective as to in- President of the Senate, pro tempore. no person shall receive the appointment communicating information touching I imperative to take an appeals} in all
cIiI. ibe/ oirient sear for all those whose Approved-23d May, 1828, I of Surgeon of the Navy of the
should be : the
interests, adopted; cases over one league square, to
date of subscription toinmenccs since the JOHN QUIXCY"ADAMS.. United States until he shall have served your I
311.1 Dfceinttei last. All who, ir.ce thatdatI' aud this necessity is iiici eased by tne Supreme! Court, was introduced bya
have paid Five Dollar in advance, [PUBLIC-No. fi7.] as an Assistant Surgeon at least tide of (!nI'ration now pouring in upon Senator from New York and may
ti1l lie entitled to a cifdit of One Dollar on two year, on hoard a public vessel cf all of the he found inconvenient and oppressive
An act to increase the pay of Lieutenantsin you from quarters _
then subscription for the no*I year. tlio United States, at sea, and unlcs union.j
smaller claimants. It is
the ISay.Be Nothing tend more to socu.h to the better
Hunt & Tardiff. it enacted by the Senate and also, he shall have been examine! bors, and [preserve the harmony; howerer, to submit to this, than to b6
Gazette Office. House of the Uni- and approved by a hoard of Surgeon forever in the
: of Representatives new settlements, than pt fed l knowledge postponed, enjoyment
r..nlH'ula.! 2id: June, 1P29. _
The Past Florida Herald and Florid : ted States of America, in Congress : constituted as aforesaid.Sec. of the benefits llu-y have received of the rights: intended to be secured
the abovea assembled That from and after the 2. And be further enacted, hv The final of
Advocate will oblige us bj giving .! or may reaso.ihly expert, treaty. adjudication
ftw insertions in their respective papers. passage of this act, all Lieutenants in That the President of the Unitei and a just confidence ii: the. \i ;ihiKX till'! H claims, which is now committed
II. & T.Laws I the Navy of the United States shall, States may desigtiate and appoint t) and kindness of the Government on to able hands, will infuse new life and
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= in: addition to the pay and emoluments every fleet or squadron an exjjc-rieih which they depend ; and if: in cominunicatSni vitior into that part of tho Territory _

_of!.--the United=-- States.11Y --.-- now allowed them by law, receiveten ("e(1 and intelligent Surjioon, then in : : whatever I may have wlnVh has been pressed down by them.
-- dollars per month, and one ration the naval seivice ofth( United States, done or attempted for }'our advantage East Florida will soon exhibit a new
AUTHORITY. day. to be denominated: '"inrneou of the 1 hILeell I will know what
per it shall be found mat ; ; spectacle; purchasers
Approved-May, 24, 1S2S. Meet," who shall he Surgeon- of the wanting to my dill}', that ) om jst expectations titles are val.d ; there Will be a rapid
Flag Ship, and who, addition this ): have boon disappointed u or appreciation in the price of land, and
[PUBLIC-No 68.] duties as such, shall examine and I your confidence mispl.ico:: !, due remedy ready sales ; the just and legal claims
An act the establishment of an
authorizing
approve all requisites for medical and will be and the
hands. recognized, vicious
Aiscnal on tha waters of Mobile or Pen- is now in your own
sacola Bays hospital: stores for the Fleet, and inspect I ] f I have erred from i ignorance, and pretended put to rest, by a final
Be it enacted by the Senate and their quality : and who shall, indifficult I you will enlighten my judgment ; if decision ; the country will be freed

House Representatives of the United rasp.., consult with the Surgeons .I from zoil you will censure and correct from that evil, the most enervating of
States of America, in Congress of the several ships, and make my rashness ; but, ir I have i.eglectcd ill evils, that of uncertain and dis.

[PUBLIC-No. 48.] assembled That the Secretary of War records tic the character and treatinent or betrayed my trust, you will pared titles to1 property. When the
I IAn be, and he is hereby, autnorized and of di-wises, Ii) he transmitted to remove me from your councils. Llll was reported for the confirmation
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District act to establish in the Territory a Southern of Forida.: Judicial :. required to procure, as soon as it can the :Navy Department ; and{ who, in Relying upon your past kindness of the smaller claims, I proposed an _

Be it enacted by the Senate and be effected on reasonable terms, a site addition to the compensation allowedto anti} my former services, fort fur, and amendment to provide for those per.

House of! Representatives of the Uni- I for an Arsenal on the waters of Mobile Surgeons at sea, shall be allowed even a favorable interpretation; : ofni) sons whose rijrnts pre-emption had

ted StatS of America, in Congress ; or Pensacola Bays, and to causeto double rations while acting as Sur- actions, and olicitin
assimblrd, That there shall he established I be erected thereon such an arsenalas geon of ihe flee as aforesaid.Sec. I proceed to a d-etail of recent public in May 1823, the pre-emption bill
another} Judicial District in may be deemed proper, for the 3. And be further enacted, transactions, more or l los-* connected n-n Iiivug: then passed, and those

the Territory of Florida, to be called I safe keeping of arms and munitions That Assistant S.tr oons who shall with .vour welfare. Dii.ini; .{ the sessjon I whose improvements were included
the Southern! District, embracing all of war of the United States, for the have been commissioned less limn which has just terminated!, th'Jiewere within the Indian reserves. It was'

that part of the Territory which lies Mexican Gulf frontier ; and that for five years, :shall: euch receive thirty questions ofih-- highest: imp'Ji- refined, on (the\ ground thai the precedent
these the sum of fifty thousand dollars a month, and two rations a be discussed ihhshed rnii-ht lead
to
south of a line: from I ndar1"rh'cr on purposes lance to the whole Nation, to CSi nuraer
ih'; east, and Charlotte harbor on the dollars be, and the same is hereby day : after five years service tim)' and decided. They involved OtiS othff; similar;; "applications, in the

west, including the latter harbor ; appropriated. shall be entitled to an examination: bya contested principles of policy* and of{ S'atts mil Territories The intrinsic
Approved-24th May, 828. Board of Naval Surgeons, constituted ii, of this could not be
which said Court shall exercise all the powr, tu! vVejiMif a .uture to pt 0- l Is'lce provision
jurisdiction within said Districtas the as aforesaid,- and having- been approved duce great ('XCttf it'lIr, awl to abwl h (l'lI' ?siioncd. The committee consent
other Superior Courts, respectively] I [PUBLIC-No. 78.] and passed by such Board, the unul!iid.d con .Jc.PtliolJ of all parties cd, at last, to move it as an amend
An act for
making appropriations certain
nxercise within their respective Distrivts Fortifications of the United States, foi the they* slnll each receive an addition of political amt 1 ;j'o and shall be subject to all the first quarter of the year one thousand five dollars a mouth, and one ration u House of Rencsentatives. : was the sections of land to the territory, adjoining .
laws which govern or regulate the eight hundred and twentynine.Be day ; and, after ton years service, a theatre of the contort, and consequently the Seat of Government ; that
same ; and there shall appointed it enacted by the Senate and further addition of five dollars a th, greater pent of the business .. [bill was not reached on the calender*

for said District a Judge, and he is House of Representative of the United -! month, and one ration a day. : \vhich was not connected with anl: of course remains as a part of the

hereby authorized to appoint a Clerk, States of America, in Congress Sec. 4. And be it further traded'', some general appropriation; bill, has unfinished business, to be taken up at
for said Court. There shall also be assembled, That the following suni< II I That every Surgeon who shall have been postponed until 1 the next sessiOn. til11 next session. 1 trust the just expectations -

appointed an Attorney and Marshal, be, and the same are hereby, appropriated ,1 received his appointment, as ishe.if- It is known to you that, during the of those persons having

who shall exercise all the duties give to wit : For Fortifications, to I inhcfore provided for, shall receive last Congress, laws wore passed, providing cLhns ht that situation, will be fulfilled _
th1 same bond and security and be each, specifically, as follows fifty dollars} a month, and two rationsa for the settlement of private at the next SeiSioll. In the :s-une!

entitled to the same salaries, feesand For Fort Adams, fifteen thousand day ; after five years service, he I land claims, in a limited extent. It bill, there! was a provision, that, if the
compensation, that is now allowed bylaw dollars.I shall be entitled 1 to fifty tive dollars a I II I I has then urged that some mode shonla I !loc.-.l authorities under the laws of the

to Attorneys and Marshals in For Fort Hamilton, twenty thou- month and anaddition.il ration a day ; pointed out, or some general s>y>- j Tenilory should select, as a countyseat

other Districts in the T( ,ritory. sand dollars. I and, after ten years service, ho shall tern devised, for the adjustment of! in Jackson, a quarter of the 16th
Sec. 2. And be further enacted, For Fort Monroe, fifteen thousand j I receive sixty dollars a month, and an these claims, which have been found: I i section, it should be subject to their

That the stated sessions of said Court dollars. I additional ration a day ; and), after to be so vexatious to the claimants ; disposal upon condition] of their ma

shall be held on the first Mondays of For Fort Calhoun ten thousand twenty years service, he shall receive and the Government, and so injurious: j! king a transfer of another quarter for

May and November annually, at dollars. seventy dollars a mouth, and the rations I to the country. Congress would neither I the use of schools : provided the people .
Key West ; and such other intermediate For Fort Macon, at Bogue Point, as last aforesaid. 1 direct the land to bo surveyed I of tlu township consented. It _

sessiuns, from time to time, as ten thousand dollars. Sec. 5. And be farther cnacted, : and sold, nor provide for the confirmation was not inv tr intention, nor that of
the Judge in his discretion may think For a Fort at Oak.Island" fifteen That every Assistant Surgeon (ufier or adjudication of the titles. I I[ ih< se who reported the bill, to inter

advisable and necessary. The Judge thousand dollars. having faithfully served two years,) succeeded so far, at the two last: sessions iVii-tt in the slightest decree with the
shall reside at the Island of Key For a Fort at Mobile Point, twenty shall, while in actual service at sea, in of Congress, as to get bills passed l Hdl contests about the proper site.
West, and shall be entitled to receive thousand dollars. addition to the usual compensation allowed through the House of Representatives : That is a question which,we do not

as a salary for his services two- thousand For Fort Jackson sixteen thousand him by law, receivo double rations authorizing the Supc-rior Couitsj: profess to understand. It was only

dollars per annum, to be paid dollars. and five dollars a month ; and : of the Territory to decide these j intended furnish an accommodation
-I quarterly out of any moneys in the For FORTIFICATIONS AT PENSACOLA, every Surgeon in the Navy, -virile in I claims. The Senate: rejected that I I which Congress alone could do, if that

____ Trer.sury not otherwise appropriated. twenty thousand dollars. actual service at sea, shall also, in addition provision, and indicated, a wish to establish I place should be selected under our
_ Sec. 3. And be further enacted For Fortifications at Charleston, to his usual compensation, receive a commission to sit at Washington I'local laws It" the other end of the

- That whenever in any case. concern fifteen thousand dollars. double rations, and ten dollarsa for the purpose disposing of I'! county had petitioned the same _

ing wrecked property, or property For Fortifications at Savannah, fifteen .. month. them. A bill was prepared, including ''thing I it would in like manner have
abandoned at sea, the Judge aforesaid thousand dollars. Approved-24th. May, 1823.Vite all the States and Territories. It : been granted. The bill will no doubt .
shall have determined the rate of salVage For repairs and contingencies of : : ----L-:-- ::;_ r_ : encountered opposition, fur various ; pass early in the next .session.

_ to be allowed to salvors it shall 1 Fortifications, three thousand seven \ 'a CiYc\\\n; reasons ; and finally, I requested a I The subject' graduating the price
be his duty, unless the salvage decreed hundred and fifty dollars. friend in the Senate to orTur as a I of the public; lands was again urged by

-_ _- shall have been adjusted, with- I Sec 2. And be further enacted To the People of Florida. substitute, a bill, reported by the me ; tho bill! however, having failed
out recourse 'to vessel) and cargo, to That the gums herein appropriatedshall FELLOW CITIZENS : Inhabiting a i Committee on Public Lands, con- ; in the Senate, it was not taken up i iI ia
direct such p'roportion of salvage to I:II be paid out of any money in the new couutry, of wide extent and I firming all such titles as upon examination the Hou
be paid to the salvors it* kind ; and I Treasury not otherwise appropriated ; scanty population, lately a colony,' they r.onsiderpd ought to be ; ever this subject shall come up for

- that the property saved shall be divi- but that no part of the same shall bo still a Territory, and almost a forest, confirmed to the extent of a league 1 idiscusion, I shall endeutor to preseut
- ded accordingly, under the inspectionof I drawn from the Treasury before the your political interests and condition square with some additional sections : \ our wishes and interests in such a

the officers of the Court, and before first January, one thousand eight are peculiar. drawn by myself, to refer the remain- : manner as to secure, as far as any lit-

she it shall have been taken out of hundred and twenty-nine. The cession of Florida by Spainwas der to the court The Senate were Ille ii'fiisence' of miue will accomplish

- custody of the revenue officers. Approved-24th May 1828. a peaceful but important revolu brought to this point, either to organize !t it, this important measure for your

I Sec. 4. And It it further enacted tion. It imposed the necessity of reorganizing a commission, give the courts jurisdiction -\| benefit. The graduation of the price
That
whenever it shall be ascertained, [PUBLIC-No. 83.] her changingher or to refuse to execute the!: !: of the public lands would not only be
government
to the I An act in addition to "An act
satisfaction making an
of
the Judge of said i I appropriation for the support of thf Nary laws, securing the liberty and stipulations of a treaty by which the 1 a great accommodation td the poorer
is J-ourf.ihat, from its any of the property saved, \ of the United States for the year 1828." 1 guarding the property of her citizens, public faith of the nation was pledged., classes of our population but it would
QC character, not susceptible Be it enacted by the Senate end, extending the commerce, and promoting This bill, with some unimportant I attract to our Territory a numerou
being divided
in the manner pro- 1 I flout:jf'fttprestntaiiMs. c/ifo' ti. the growth, prosperity and hap amendments, has become a law. The I I class cf whites from the outhcn '

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that would inland il to the People, they hare I pofcsibilily, some little merit might be ascribed NOTICE
augment our population proving the channel between laws! juriou theIr own hndi. Jar to myself ,

defend our country, and Ia &s- the St. John's and St. Mary's rivers the crl't'ctin bill. m was reported, repealing Of a canal communicatiOn between the I ALL persons indebted to me, I'

1 ten our admission into the U ni9n. It for repairing the road from St. Augustine -' the this reasrn t01sowbi, a required the previous Mississippi and the Atlantic, I have been Hook Account, are rfqU"I,
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would also be the means of introducing to Pensacola ; and transferring a sanction' of Congress to any law impoung I the constant advocate since 1822. WhenI I make payment to Col. S.Gtie-J. !?hi*

new modes of culture, Inviting surplus appropriation for roads, in : the Inhabitant.. This bill was addressed) a communication to the Secretary I I my Ant from And Pensacola.Attorney, during *>'.-*.*

thousand ported and passed whilst was necessarily of War, in November, 1825, I recommended -I! cnce
forcigenrs acquainted with them to East Florida, of six or seven
Samuel
from teat In the for a canal, and Patterson
few days I survey
1 the the facilities it would of detained a my
the
country, by dollars, to improve navigation
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the of chan.
caleS in which there is any senousvioaUoiorfundamenUlprincipIesorconst.tuUonal i suggested possibility a ship June 14th, 1828:-17-8t.
furnish of purchasing lands on mode St. Augustine. I discovered TIS soon I nel. In the letter to Mr. Hendrickj, -

}." rate and reduced terms. Our soil isI ; I as the House of Representatives took provUons,CIIJ gress will interfere and disapprove : Chairman: of the Committee of Roads and NOTICE

: adapted to the production of nil! those up the tariff bill that it would be impossible the act. In proportion, however Canals in the Senate, I gave my views of ,

I "- articles whose growth requires ,a L to act upon this ; and I addressed a this reluctance I is manifested, ihegreat- the whole subject of internal improvement THE Cit %ens of PQh...,
'ter caution should) be used by the Peoplein from the Mississippi to the Atlantic, and the Fublic are
farmer or tropical climate, which I a letter to the Committee on
the selection ot their public servants, in which I think something more will be informed that the fait -,
; cannot be raised in the Northern I 'Commerce in the Senate, stating the and.the more care and diligence employedby found than visionary notion of a thoroughcut. Pilot Boat, II. B. Cbsir twill
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:- ; : States, and may be furnished by us,p importance of this navigation from the them in consequence of their increased I have invited Iree full, and candid sail between. this Port and

as the north of Europe is suppliedtvith St. Johns Fernandina, St. Mary's, lespon ihilit,. Various objections examination and discussion of my I I,i rtgubrly once A week, during the ,

.tlt" the silks, oils, wines, and fruits Savannah and Charleston ; and ft provision -' wet made to the law for raining a revenue public acts and opinions. and have never mer season.

_: of ItalyPortugal), Spainand France, was made in a bill for improving I 'in the Territory, a detail of which 5iunnecessary. been disposed to attribute them to motives : R. Bruce
' l; J I Some of its provisions con personal hostility. I htve complained -I ,
in return "for which those c7)umrics; certain harbors, appropriating thirteen JI tUttr

f:f..r. receive .the hemp, flax, iron, furs, and thousand five hundred dollars for this ment flicted reason-with ,prejudices or influence which could no subdue.argu to members private of Congress letters being the addressed object of .-Fenwcola, July 7th, 1828 -:7lt.:

t'4}?it timber of Russia, Sweden, and Nor- object. If this sum is not sufficient A southern Judicial district has been which was to embarrass measures ot public -I --

;i b way. Florida, if the cultivation was I ItlV to make the inland navigation safe established. and a cotm provided to beholder utility, and to discredit; my efforts. Hy .:MastinicCelebration. &;:

sufficiently encouraged and under-j I and convenient for steaiiboats, from at Key West, I have always' been recurring the report of the Committee _

L'tt stood, would not only the St. Johns to Charlestm, there is opinion that either a court should bo on Roads and Canals in tie: natewhich ,\\ mi Y _

\:_ --r.I :+ -Nnrtl1f--. ...-rn... -or\A-- .Mi/Ulo...-... -totoc.-. with.. .... ,..-t."' .._- I I nn.. "' .nll"t......... tit...*.*.+. !u.-fcsJlttirtn'l........"...... .ctrvto......... tvi1l.. .11; "Itrt' '" I establisned tll rc, or the port of entry abolislicd. accompanied.the bill providing for the
The fo-mer I considered survey, it will be seen that the committeerr.ake
JJ1 t; ton, indigo, tobacco, oils, olives, dyo given when this shall have been ex prefcl'ableand advocated the bill. The my letters a part of the report and ___

if: ") 1 stuffs, and fruits, but would produce pended. Of the great valueiind commercial title to the island has also been confirmed consider them the basis of the law ; and I

J.i. i considerable! quantities for exporta- importance of an inhnd com and we may ..000' expect a rapid augmentation .. everyone whoadvocated the bill referred I

tion. munication from the centre o* the peninsula of its population. J sen} to the to them, aft the inducement for voting for ;

i ut All the Governments of modern of East Florida to Savannah Committee 0:1 Commerce a section to be i an appropriation of twenty thousand dollars !-I
added bill the Senate, for the examination Whatever
to a in : extending may
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times that have established colonies and Charleston I need
4.irj not afempt to be Found he
j the privilege of the 15th aricle of the to the capabilities of the

. have granted lands gratuitously to expatiate. The planters ,f East treaty to Key West which would be of country for It boat, tteanboal, orship channel -

1 :: those who could inhabit and cultivate Florida must see the inestimable advantage great advantage directly, to the place, will be in consequence of this' sur I

:tr';d- them, and have offered premiums on of a direct commuiication and indirectly, to all the other ports in vey. I have not said that th- report of ,

k:; the i importation of articles from tin with these ports, at which sales an be Flori &. The South American cruisers the Engineers would be influenced by From the Cl-iiborns (Ala.) Herald JW1ts3Q

mf Iht! colonies. The graduation bill will effected of the various articles of commerce have cut off all the Spanish commerce persons in the Territory. When I s'.wand On Tuesday the 24th inst. the eel!
with Feygacoli and St. Augustine, th0! received letters stating that the.Topographical
t again be introduced the next year, or vessels obtained for their two ports specified in the treaty. The Engineers, who were sent thereto nhrition of the festival of St. Johntij

.,t ,and it is hoped will be received with a transportation.Several privilege oVimportution and entry at Key collect and report fact, wpre giving Baptist, and the dedication of the net #

.', more favorable consideration, dicta 'new post routes have been West, on such favorable terms, would gives opinions, in advance, on the work itself, 1 Masonic Hall, took plate in this 1l

:., wi ft ted by a more enlightened policy. established, which will greatly increase the! advantage of a coastwise navigation -I felt it to be my duty to ask the Secretary town, in due form. >
in
t. During the late session, an appVopriation ond facilitate our intercoursein American vessels.! This proviso f ot War to in :mct them to examine. At 9 o'clock A M. tho brcthrej ij
extended the privilege to all the certain points, deemed imDorUnt : an 11uggested
: rt; was maae ror the commence- the Territory, and with other ports assembled u ihe oia Lodge Room
portions Florida and
may ne ot great benefit inSV ;; that they had entered on therduty i
rfi. rnenrof fortification for the defence of the United States. A mail I \ Frank's. Provisions have also b. ennwde with pre-existing impressions, derived and at 11 o'clock a procession ?, .ro.

Io'h 4' of the Navy Yard at Pensacola, which route is established between Tallahassee ; bj I law for an equality of represen- from persons in tue Tenitory, that formed, tw brother J.V.. Moon, ',

jj.I% ;4 it is estimated, will cost six hundred and St. Mark's, and from Ala. f ton according to the number of qualified there was no water on the gulf! side.- Marshal of the day. On tho arrival

, ..(. : and_ fifty thousand dollars. The Com- chna, by Black Creek, to Jacksonville electors in each district. Any o* This information was derived from two at the New HaIl, a hymn was

i Z', t mitteeof Ways and Means had agreed I Ii from the latter place to St. ther rule would "be subversive of everyrepublican letters now in my pOi3!" sio.,. An officer An invocation was then made sung. l
of the bj
principle, by making a mi- Navy, then in the Territory, contended
i to report against the commencement John's Bluff. Another established lority govern the majorityand give por *-. tht'I'eVl only nine feet water on tho Rev. Mr. PORTER, of the Presby.

4fu-, ; :':: of the work. Such explanationsWere between St. Mary's or by Fernandina, to the few to oppresathe many.I the bar ftf St. Andrew's bay ; the Engineers tcrian Church, (the Grand Chaplain, "-

however, given, that fifty thousand I to St, John's Bluff: and from thence found 20 feet. Another thought not being present.) After which waj

"' j' dollars were appropriated for directly to St. Augustine ; and one had hoped that it would have been in there were thirty feet on that ofSt. Joseph's sung : ,
ny power: vo give you, before this time,
I ;1.;' this year, and twenty thousand for the from Fort Mitchell Direct 10 Pensarnln. 'he result of the survey of the United and General Bernard found seven Ilryiv fOR DEDICJfr oN.

:i't, first Quarter. of the year 1S20. I introduce IiThyht np.w nrct nf'rrq. )hJVA. States' engineers, directed to b? made bv teen.This An elegant and appropriate
-- 0--- -- --- -- --- u. oratioa
"
; t diversity of opinion and the anti .
cit;: by the agency of a Senator, I have bf en established[ during the last I I. special act of Congress, to ascertain the citations of the Engineers as reported tome m was then L aenverea, .uy brother J.

j ::: a proposition for the establishment of'I I practicability and cost of a canal or. ship taken in connexion with the law itself .. DELLF.T, the ceremonies of dedicationvere

an Arsenal at or near Ponsacola. I year.The claims of the inhabitants of I channel!, between the Gulf of Mexico and) and the objects of those who were then performed by brother J.
Atlantic.
tie In
of
foresaw that there would be a contest, East Florida, for losses under the 9th I .oy of the current consequence business! of the the Tierurimcut urge instrumental in having it passed, induced. DRLLELthe Grand Master being .
whether it should be located the article! me to write to the Head of the Depart
on of the treaty, wore agiin; presented I the reports upon reconnniDances I ment on the subject. The letter was absent.) After which, was sung : fiSt
:'z
waters Pensacola or Mobile bays and : previously l made the labor and
; reported against hy th*. great conceived; and written from a sense of Hr"tfN FOR DEDICATION.

jr and the bill finally passed, leaving it Committee on the Judiciary. This I 1eflsive detai1 cfthe work, the reportis I public duty and with a vie' to promote Prayer by the R*>v. F. H. Porter

.1 at the discretion of the1/ar Depart I report was made on the authority of embrace i not yet the prepared.whole internal It is intended to I what I considered the interest of the of tho Presbyterian Church. r

ment. There cin be no doubt that the one presented! by the Committee defence, and commerce o improvement tie southern, country These details may: appear unnecessary Hill ,. ,

i. a position near the former place will on Foreign Afl'iirs last .year. The ![ pal t of the United States from the MISSIH: : but as allusions have; lately Concluding prayer and benediction
cri been made to them, by those to whom I
LI,-.. be selected. Pensacola is destined documents collected from the State j i sip pi to the .At Untie. I have seen the had /eference in correspondence, I by the Rev. Mr. Haddan, of the
'r my
to become the great military and naval i J, Department, and the arguments made '|I map, prepared from the topographical I consider it due to myself make them. I Presbyterian Church. $}',

depot on the Gulf of Mexico ; its : to expose the palpable errors of fnct I IItvCs. It embraces all the hurbors, Of the agency I have had in the promotion The Hall was filled with a 4
rivers large '
'I hyi: sound, inlet", and lakes between .
.
,
*. advantages are equally pre-eminent, and law, in that made thevear preceding I the Mississippi, and the 3t of the work, leave others judge ; collection of Ladies and other spec. .
& .J 4 whether considered in reference I MaryN; I shall not become the apologist or commentator
M'ikSp' to vern not read by the Cnmniittto I together with an accurate map of the tutors ; among whom were about '

the excellence of its harbor, depth of J on the Judiciary. They were disposed J I I I country, taken from lat"- public MiUevs. in done nil in of my own acts, I claim to have twenty or twenty-five clergymen .

;_ :i I Water on the bar, capacity for de- I I to consider! the matter as res I I I the! General Land Otlice. and a view of not be my power, and more Could various denominations who f,
I I expected of me. I covet no man'sfame assisted
4'_ t fence, healthiness of position or fu..j| adjudicafa I informed : tile CUtltSJ from the Unlisii, Spanish: anj f -
1 I as was by one American ; and have always been dispojed to in the celebration.
I
t. charta or"whIch
j the
jt ture commercial importance. Fifty I of them and did look into l.tst are avail the of
j I not the new tho e made by our naval officers and deposited myself services others, ofmore After the concltisiomthfthe reremo 1
r/! thousand dollars have been facts and genius and to advanceour
knowledge,
appropriated arguments presented. The in the Na\y Department. It is a nies the spectators retired ; and the 4I
.: :; . for the arsenal. I common country. I
am assured convention agreed! } upon in tile firt matter<< of great rcgl'et ti.zit this' report : brethren, together with of the
The United many
::: ', that, in a very shoit time, the Radiating I project of tIle treaty, prove, bet, ond could( not have been prepared suoner. It I ken a work internal States have never underta-, and : Rev. Clergy, again formed a proces
: ;' :' Marine for the I would have countcr.\c'ed the improvement :
Railway the
unnatural
repair possibility of a doubt, the intention I eftbrt cannot, from the organization of the Government sion and proceeded to the Hotel of
WF'5: of sloops of war and frigate will be of the winch is no'.'" maKing to dirt'Cl tie i
} contracting parties ; and do so to advantage. Congresshave brother L. MOOBE where
commerce of t. I they partookof
.e : f'
i'8: ; created at the Navy Yard and Missivrnpi; om its ap- : and will
extensive no diplomacy, ambiguity of language, channel again make donations; of a
propria and tln-uvv it, sumptuous entertainment at
by fcitificiat ;
'4'H'tt plantations of live oak, for the future I defective! phraseology: will exemptthe 1 means, into the Eastern States-, Kind, and subscribe money, to aid States which brother A. P. BAOBV
presided
: ar.d ,
.; t. : supply of the Navy formed in Gove.nnnnnt the Territories to execute works of national -
through Northern
" of the United SaW (:it.M. The ide.i : assisted by brother H.V.. TAYLOR rf

*:ft3lV:..*! its vicinity. These two last objects, from the obligation it imposes. I which ha lately_ bt-eii IlfO\\I.1h..l. ., throneJilive ..__ ; u.___,. importance." .,_ would. _', respectfullvme ., .... :__ !11___ _J rn. .. .. ,
'r's*' .. I &. n u :t1lJt t, ror cousmei.iiiuii of tile people t V Ilt; : .c n SlUent# TIlC loiiowuig are
r it will recollected newspapers, the
p be by unofficial
were directed in sHall introduce trio reports of
: it again next ye'u.when and ; Florida, and the Legislative Coun. the toasts drank on the
1 speculations occasion.
i :
1i: :
: i an act passed at the last session of it is ol'jtini.ir engineers, tn.-it cil, ho\v far
," hoped the political our works would be 1. 'Uas
-I- t' angry the \>hoe! scheme was i.njjracticible, and! promoted nr '-Like the chiistian rcligionit $:
'J. !"; .t'-':: Congress.: It must be a source of contention, which Ins been so tung would be abandoned, has been of serious by eels of incorporation for a steamboat hiltls man to his fellow man and unites tua*

..*.$.1,; _. great gratification to the people of that raging, will) be settled, and more time injury to our Territory. Speeches were- : canal, from Mobile Bay to St. Andrew's I with eternity. m-
( :f.! of the made in the or to Appttlachicola, in conjunc. 2. Kdi'ions Inloltrance.-Glve it "meat for .
part Territory, to see these and attention! be given to the businessof Semite and in the House of tion with the "
,permanent National l improvements the Nation. The Kepresautatives, predicated on this unof-: en'crpnzmg company already repentartce !
subject of the formed 3. No
.1 ficiril inforauuon. and froTt the St. John'sby more sectarian charity, but that
1 I" commenced in I understand", distinctly
their immediate neigh boundary line between Florida St. Indian that
and from General Bernard Augustine to river. I have heavenly 'chaiity which thioketh no
: 'f' that the
; Roardot
:
borhuod. The appropriations r Georgiavll: agalit be introduced at Internal no doubt but that Con res-j will either evil..cIbeiuketh no evil "
Improvement will
1 ) these works the recommend subscribe largely to the works make 4. To those throughout the world "who
at present time, a- the next session unless the developments a steamboat canal from the I or
... .., Mississippi:: to I donations in land to aid in their have received the gift of hat white
.'... : mount to more than two hundred which} have taken the the St. John's in Florida that of construction. st place, ; they sire on which
t4: The part from Appilachicola to the a new name is written. which no
'lG.::: .. : thousand dollars. A new military ,able of opinion thAt such a work is perfectly knoweth
arguments our Acting Governor St. John's being of magnitude man save him that received it."
It road will be opened, during the summer I and the report of the Judiciary practicable( and can be executed at a could not well he undertaken greater until the 5. The ancient ia.id mark of Masonry.As .-* r

L '.:- or fall, from Pensacola to Blake- Committee, shall satisfy I. moderate expense and I do believe, UntM report is published. I will endeavour toother we received it. so let us preserve it. As

tor;; Il'v.nrl. l\1nhiJn ... nri .*__ __ our neighbor. six montiis after the report is made ... .. ...... ...... it was in the be .. --J ...... ................ &P.u.Villi. ... i n L. .1. hi' IJ--port thp...- -pctintt..........."" u.n6' tl.....".".. '-"\ -.. VI: .1 t.llcn- :: ,wu I ever--
1113U"I- m.u
nicy nave no iv ci.iim me sum ot three millions .
iiiniatc to of dollars will ; shall bt' So motc il be! :
municaiion, so much needed, will furnish the laud in contest. I t is a matter: of but be subscitbed in the Eastern Cities. th objects, before the next Session of 6. The Ark of tne Covtnant. preserv. )I
? Legislative! Council. The .
1. facilities for travelling from the l little importance to that State, and of This opinion is not loosely formed, Ihave of the State of Alabama will approbation be required -- ed the prophetic; evidence of salvation to 9. }"
interior of Florida, by Pensacola ; i immense letters from some of the most lost l world The new dispensation proclaimed \
to interest
It
to us. is ardently to the small part within the limitsof ..
-
Mobile, and thence, in the Steamboat to be hoped that a and 'sagacious and intelligent men in the Coon. that St te. The improvement between peace on earth- jot d will to men. I
generous magnanimous try whore neither: deceived themselves 7. The Rev. Clergy who have assembled I
to New Orleans. The sum of nineteen St. John's and St. Augustine, with the
policy will induce the Legislature nor have they any motive to mislead this day to assiat in dedicating the Temple
: ': thousand dollars has been me. removal of the obstructions provided for, .in
defiance
of Georgia A Steamboat from of an uncharitable
appropriated to relinquish a navigation St. Loui ill will direct inland prejudice
E&N :. to remove the obstructionsat contested claim, the i issue of which Missouri, Pittsbui-g in Pennsylvania, Ciucianati from open that a place to Charleston communiiatioa and the they have approbated the principles of tha

the Pass Heron, which although would( be attended with such conse- Louisville, Nashville, in a wprd, other will make continuous the; inland generous i Giblumhes, who, without (fie e f
from f reward, came to assist in
within all the Western and ap rebuilding the
not Territorial Northwestern
our limits, is quences. \\' c belong to one geographical States, to Savannah and Charleston navigation from the Mississippi to Appa- Temple of the Lord their God !
an improvement in which we are of the Un.on;. must lachicola l 350 miles.In .
part whose interests be
ackr.owlcdj-fd to be one of the mostInporta1) Immediately after this toast the
much interested, as it renders safe and are identical and I thus enumerating the mo t important ,
Itu with whom % subjects of internal improvement Rev. F. H. Porter arose and delivered .
continuous public measures connected with the
our inland
navigation fnftn there is a natural alliance ; that has been
of interest even projected in the the
tfdfare of .ur Territory I seek following address.
t$1' New not an appropriate
Orleans United
Two States.:
houses It will)
light aad cut on"one thousand
are feeling '
commerce and
; nothing opportunity for the self congratulation: of Permit me Mr. President
T i ex*
? miles of to
the
directed
to be built, one at St. Mark's is much most dangerous naviga i
so to be deprecated personal vanity, nor even an occasion forthe
!8 as any I tion known i press, in behalf of clerical brethora
to this ,
and the other or perhaps: other my
at the any ,
rfifc. mouth of the St. contest which will disturb thai harmo- : more allowable indulgence of that the .
country. It will satisfaction which
r save millions of tho transaction
'
John's, for which thirteen thousand I I which I proper. honest pride which springs from the
I
trust will from recollection -
dollars J ny always subsist !y wreck, and lessen the expenses of of duties of this day have afforded them ando
have been appropriated.- : between us. insurance and faithfully and zealousperformed. ;
.1K Buoys are also to be save the lives transpoitation. 1will I ly Still less am 1 conscious assure you that the courtesy, hiclr
placed at St.tfark's An appropriation has been made and property of the citizensofevery
to of wish .
any to practise those arts by which you have been pleased extend to
to
St. Augustine, and the mouthof enable tile President portion of our country irunn pira-
send
to be
i5fi deputa- c>', by popularity may obtained or augmented. them, is duly The on.
tbe appreciated. :
the St. John's. AU deserting seas in which alone
the houses tions of
the
: ; light Indians from the west to These pages are written to satisfy and
sideration
pintes find that
can have
a protection. Cuba thereat they participated
,
on the Florida coast are to be the east of the i inform you, not to gratify or advance
Mississippi, to examinethe of I I my-
in
the solicitude
object of the
every American self. Of motives dedication of a temple erect'ed
4t; raised higher, and the compensationof with : my however everyone ,
view
country, a to their future Statesman, will cease to be the
the keepers increased colonization.The key to the Gulf of Mexico. The Southern : will judge according to his OWl If they. as they are assured, to the
-. do not speak for themselves, I will not cause of virtue and is ampli
humanity
:
The bill for the establishment of a two acts of the Legislative Council States will become the i importer? speak for them. I ,
;
I
: of St. providing for the election of for the West rn, and the boats which car I compensation for the very humblt
port entry at Mark's passed the county You who called me to service.are I
.-! ;' Senate but officers, and for raising1 a revenue in the ry the surplus productions of that region best able to estimate your conduct. part they have sustained, hi the inter'
was not reached
my
m the ef unpa&Uelled.fertility, will back My esting ceremonies ofthe will
1 House Representatives. Territory were not approved by Con the carry exertions, however feeble, have been incessant day. You
Provision gress. There was in the committee a fpreign articles of consumption. ; but I shall be abundantly now allow me.although unaccustomed,
has been made for a of the unanimous :,There ;will Be a reciprocal exchange of rewarded -
survey reportaginst both. The reason I if those who have witnessed, and and somewhat opposed to the practice
: harbor and river of St, Mark's, with a for the first, as I understood, was, that commodities middle ; and Florida, being the those who have been benefited by my labors of giving toasts to tender, which
,
one
view of ascertaining the cost of Congress had already granted to the Ter- ound.between the West and the allow me only the humble ,
deep I
Soutl, will praise hope will not be indoco*
the cousidered
be of
ening and improving the harbor and j j ritory a privilege never extended before, both. place barter for which even generous Adversaries Destow
that of What New Orleans loses di- rouse
,. electing their by
of own legulators, upon riDBUTT and IXDOSTHT.
the
navigation river. An appropriation when they were paid by the General vertin 'the trade to the ports of the Nor- 1 am, with highconsiderations The Members of the Masonic Ordcr.-Mf

t has also been made for buoys Government ; and these legislators, the them coast ofthe Gulf of Mexico, will beregaint of respect, the avowedprinciple: of the society regulat i

along the channel, from Key West immediate representatives of the People, ,by the returning commerce Your obedient servant, their conduct and may they at last be admitted *

., into the Gulf of Mexico. The sum were to approve or reject the nomination intended for the Western country What J M. to n residence in the Temple above.
White.WAS
of the Executive agency I have bad in the conception of : OS. .
Somdissati&factionas or 8. The
c of three thousand dollars has Giblumites who have come o?
been ap- expressed at bow far my hu-nble eWorts have promoted m*era*, May 28lh, th2S.
t being called OH so often to and assisted in rebuilding the TempleHouour -
for .
priated removing the obstructions this work, be left to hat .
i legisUtr on subjc-cis so entirely local in may safely -nibu. and blessing on their labours.
t in the river Appalachicola. j Ito their character. There is evidently a nal that assigns to every man his ;appropriate Celibacy is like smuggling. He 9. The Fair Srx.-While the arduous dl1.
rr
/1 ; At a very early period of the great desire, on the part of Congress to reputation. who robs the revenue of its dues may I f, ties of operative Masonry_"ai it was iiJ !fcei > '

sion, a bill was reported, making tree itself from the trouble approving I have made no extravagant preten. lose his y"nture. and be \\ ho cheats I beginning," and the amiable unobtrusive

_ pr.pri&iw1.L.for deepening and ses-J or disapproving Territorial laws. They tious, nor will I ever engage in such a the church of itsjfeesraay lose his hap.i sphere of life which the forms of society '
are of opinion that if the council L have thehitromnt
pass profitless controversy as Ole in wbich, hy plfte ', II properly. assigned them, excludeState "
I :: .nf'rCll..a:11.tr"! of the LIe,1:

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By Mr.Chpmin.-* M.WHITS her smiling trtiu, bountifully,reward their 'FOR
fem be aisureo*, thai our principle have :j jjiiarff I ment of folly, a a lasting stigma npu. Our worthy Delegate ID .oflgress. extensive labours. SALE.

them the peculiar object of(syor.A .- -. her f.ime, and.a certain cloud upon her By Mr. RUey.-MOR&JACJtIOlI-mftY By Mr. William Hern.-JOHN' QUINCY THAT pleasant and desirable:

widow's mite to abe poor and pcnnylcsz. I prospect: _______ he be held long in veneration by his camAD ts, ota. PRKSIDKNT.-May he be le- dwelling on Intendencia Itrt'rt.
After which several) Volunteer : d ::: trymen, when they recollect his gallant de elected by the choice of the people. belonging to M.joiBowie. For

toasts were drank and songs sung by 1 IJPm n-Q a
the brethren. The party adjourned ...... ; ai defeat of a ferocidus en iny, wbos watch- gain friends that will not desert us apply to _.
order word was, Beauty and Booty. I "n adversity.By Robert Mitchell.
hour the utmost JULY 15th 1828-
at an early ; TUESDAY. ,
GIS'L L
By Mr. Dodd.- AFA' TTE.- L. J. Alston Esq.-Oen' AN DUX w
harmonyand regularity prevailed, and Vtritt Sans Ptur.he The tears he let fall on the tomb of WASHINGTON -I JACKJO*.-unalloyed by sinister views, may Pensacola, July 10,1828-18 3t.

the cetemonies 0Hnd festivity of the --- =--== :..- =--- ate deposited Heaven. I his glorious achievements; and political T \KEN 3P,
d.iiflnrded general satisfaction to We selected for this number of the By Mr. SiKrB*.-Zebuton M. Pike,- career througb life, ensure to him that ,reward -
:
: Gazette such laws as are of roost interest to His death was early,let he died j in the arms which a discerning community may ON the 5th inst. *
all, who were present. the inhabitants of Florida-and also ,such of glory, gallantly defending. the rights ofman. fee disposed to confer upon him.' binself.William' boy, who calif

ac the officers of the Navy are most interest. I By Mr. Stmpkins-THC FAIR OF WIST .
On Wednesday the 25th his?. the ed in. Hereafter we shall publish the laws By Mr. Spcided.-'FRKtTnArjB: and MECHANIC }'L8IuDA.-Warm in-esteem, true in regard, i White

officers of Barker Encampment of of the last session of Congress, which' we ? RIOHS*.-Curted be those who and constant in affection ; may the smiles ,

Knights Templars were publicly enf hare not vet inserted in theit regular numerical would use on -effbrt to suppress them. of their admirers originate from a pure say s he Is twenty-one years old, about five

New in this order. By Mr. Snider -The Memory of Gen' ource* feet four'or five inches high, has a scar
their Asylum I
stalled at Mail Arrangement. our last we W;.ARRBN-Who fell on Bunker Hill, gloriously By. C. Haire; Esq.-PXNSACOLA and its on his left hand, and nays he did hetorqf'
town. The rerpmouyVas opened i mentioned an alteration in the time of closing defending the rights of his Country. Su burb,. The locatien 15 an acquisition to toe the '
a name
person by Sandy King
by prayer by the Rev. Mr. White ofthe the Western or Blakeley Mail. and accidentally Bv Mr. Sewell.-Our Infant Navy Yard : th geography of the Country, the inhabi- Ge orglall ndian Spr J K5and now deceased
Church. omitted to notice the alterationin at Tartar Point.-May it eventually prove I ants welcome friends to the bosom of eve- I I Said Negroban about month
Presbyterian since
I the time of arriving. In consequencef << as tough as! the pine knots in its vicinity. r rv'. American Citizen. away a
A Psalm: Tune-Castle Street. from the heirs ofth.e deceased, and made
.
of Mail By M '. Livingston.-May the sworJs of :
i the establishment a Stage on By Mr. T. F. Cornell,-The culture of
..prayer was then made by th' this route, and as the time of arrival and Freedom never be drawn without a just the' Vine in IYorufa.-May our libations one his way to this City.F. .

Rev. Mr. Lambeth, of the Methodist Departure is not at present material, the cause, and may they never be bheithed th celebration of this anniversaiy, soon T. Commyns.P .

Church. The ceremony of Installation Post Naster has consented to the following I I without honor. flow from the juice of our own gra:-e. July 1st 182816tf.

took when the followingSir arrangement for thr prl"sent.BLAKELEY'MAIL.. By Mr. Louderman.-Under the LIVE By Capt. Penny.-OOR, Tiiitnrti.ay .- .
place ; LIST OF LETTERS
OAKS, as a substitute for HICKORY, we celebrate M she soon have a population to entitle
Knights were regularly installer, .I Closes every Kriday at ij past 8 o'clock, the birth day LIBERTY, .n conjunction I her to be u State in tbo Union. Wemaining in the Post Office, Pensaco-
Yiz : .A. M. with the name of Gen'l JACKSON. I By Mr. McCarty*-THE SUPPUHTR OF JL& la, on the 30th day ot June, 1828,

JM. E. JAMES B. COL URi, Due ev..ry Tuesday at 4 o'clock, P. M. By Mr Fisher THI ADMINISTRATION. enlightened which ifnot taken out within three monthswill
Grand (Commander. N. B. The foregoing alteration will be May Commerce flourish, trade iner" e, ii ends of ,'"ell tested men'. be sent to the General Post Office as
!II force after to day. To day it is expect"d And Mechanics smoke their pipes ii peace. By Mr. HrgdJ---A sincere friend-an Dead Letters.
E. DAVID L. WAKKLY, at 12 o'clock, M. as heretofore. By Mr. Goodwin.-WASHINGTON and A OttJ'.EABLE COMPANION COMPETENT A.-D. \\ Allanson, Daniel Au-

Gen rill isi m" LAFAYETTE, the pillars of American FORT UNE three balsams of life. quhart. .

E. NOR ORNE E. CHANDLER, Jfaronic Celebration, #c.-Our readers Glory. 'I- r u B.-Nicolas Brown 3, V. Bailie- 2
General. will limi in this paper, the proceedings in By Mr. Parker.-The Irish Emigrant
Captain 'l alborue Oil the 24th and 25th ult. copied ardent in his feelings to the land ,f his forefathers For the Pcntncola Gazelle. tongue, William Br-rret, Nicholas H.
CHARLES O. FOSTER Drowning men will catch at STJlA.Wj-
E. i nin the Herald published in that place. faithful and firm in his attachment Bull, Lucenda Borreth, John Brooke,
We
observe that the Editor of the Florida
Prelate. \iVo have omitted the words of ihe several to the country of his adoption. Argus, speaking of the celebration of the Honry Brown j.., John Bradbury,
Sir Kinzey Wakclcy [Ivinns, which were peculiarly! appropriate, By Mr. Paitc> .-May no malignant trmpest .
4th of July at Barrancas, s.iys, 'Mint therewereowr Russet Broaw, Charles Bent, E.
ISei"or "t.i want of room. It is with unfeigned rejjrfct ever be able to injuie the foundation
Warden. toasts drank la honor of Jackson Boyd 2 John \V.
Bradbury George
that we observe h.att the of Liberty.By ,
.. E1.rIII l I, Junior l\rardfn. healltlfuJ Or lIon/deltrer'd! by eluquentand Mr. Dellet, I Mr..Roberts.-May the HKHO or ORLEANS and.4 Slratcs'fhois not onc for Adams", and remarks S. Bi.ike, Thomas Barron, John Bar-
rchich the wind bff.US"-
ifirdon, Robinson, Treasurer in the occnsioi, has not yet been pllbliAh.t -j be remcmbeied by every true Re we make no comments way l hut feel oniselvesjustified ritt, George Budd, James Bridger)

William; R. Allnn, Recorder. ct ; we trust however, that 5t is only de- | publican. in stROng, that', had a YOU of it Thomas tt. Broom. F. Buchanan. .
.. 'fly..rl. nnd hepc sooo to be able to lay it By Mr. You.-Columbia. wooden u>n//,;
Davenport
Gorhani. before our readers. tMIr e-instructors Jind conductors. company been taken, a majority would C.-Samuel B. Cocke 3, Benjamin -
Standard nearer.II have been found in favor ofJons Q. ADAMS. m Collier
By .Mr. Twgdell: -The beet signs ot thetime's William C. Chaplin
Edward Gnnit I Sword Bearer Sandny Schonl.-A meeting1 will he bc-H an efficient Navy and full TienRiiry. Doctor J. Corapton, Benjamin J.Ca-.

John C. Godbold.! Warden. at the Methodist Meeting House, this e: en- By Mr. Gray.-May the trowel of friend: f'rom/he A'atiunal Intelligencer.Southern hewn, Ferdinand Christin S. S. Coleman -
II Joseph King. ing nt 8 o'clock, for purposes relating to thip ever be kept bright in spreading the. Expedition -We understand ,
the Pensaqola<<; Sunday School.! Officers.Members cemenl of Brotherly Love. thai orders have issued from the Navy Adam Crawford, Benjamin
Captain of tile Guards. Teachers, and all others who By Mr. Gerhart.-M.ty the Sons of Columbia Department t,. the commanding officer< of Chappie! Call & Easter, Charles S.

GC'rardV.. Crench, Jitto fear el disposeltl to_ encour.ige the 'institution, never want for ammunition to conquer : theVeKt Imliw squadron, for the immediate Casterline, Stephen Collins, Charles

William Hasell Hum, Ditto. e requested tube punctual in their attend their *iitfniie : return of the sloop of War Hornet Coil, Mifflm Coulter, Samuel CoNHns ; !
N. T. Murphy, Stntind. a U ce. By Mr. Lock? .-May we always enjoy' to the Navy Yard at New York, to undergo Sanuol G. Clarkson 2 Charles
,
-4 the Liberty: which our country's rights sus the ne.c"'J\iry!' repairs, to fit her for the ,
11 IT1f General 11 in. Chasel2v Collector Customs Key\Vest.D. .
POUTER took the oath of Office, expedition to the South Sea and Pacific
Concluding prayer ff benediction= and entered upon his duties Secretary of By Mr. RoL I.sq.n.-May the Sonsof America Ocean: The Hornet is the sinulest sloop .-William C. Donelan 5, Eben

by the Rev. MR. DoTToi the Baptist: War, on Saturday -1st June ult. I maintain, wIiHt their Forefathers foughtfor of war, we believe, in the service; and may,' Dorr 4, Anitte Duval, Joseph Deles-

Church. and gained. by removing her heavy a: m Election at New Orlcanf.-We have seen By Mr. Walker.-:May the Sons of America some other alterations! be made{ a divovt' pine, Henry Dacy,
the New Oi leans Argus of llth inst., which be united us one, and become rulers of ry ship. We I learn that f'v..raillava'' officers Ricliard Daily, Chatles Deshon.

By REQUEST. says: "Thewholc Auminixtiafion ticket i the \\'orld. on distant stations, have been sent: E.-Charles Evans James Evans,

Flirts and Flirtation. has succeeded by a large majority, even in I I By Air. l\IiddJeton.-TUE LADIKS opPKNSACOLA for to join the enterprise. We have: not: Josiah Evans, Will-am Elliot, Stephen

The Flirt is a common sport to all th very theatre City of of Jackson's New Orleans glory.itself:Of the 1135 very may health-and Their happiness hospitality attend is proverbial them. heard who will !be the senior cfHcur, but D. Elliott 3, Alfred W. II. EU

men, the very laughing stock of those E votes polled, at least 634 were fur the Administration understand the appointment will soon be wes, Thomas Eastin 2, David Easton
made. We learn also, that it U in
on whom she imagines: she has made !!" Celebration of the Fcurth cORtem William Edon.F.Wilhiam.
.... rf July at t plalinri to fend one,or perhaps two, small
the greatest impn>ssion. She cannot I3eelcrsiille the in Freirid, Superintend-
$ Celebrations omitted Uscambia. rvercuant 1)I'g' company with the // rise in esteem, and if she fail she i is to state in our of Independence.-We last, thai the 4th of July- The Fifty Third Anniversary of Ames I net The-iC s.iiall vessels will be of essential ant of tho Fortifications, ManoutaFernan.'les

unpiiied. Flirtationhoxvever, considered was noticed in Pensacola by the firing of can Independence was celebrated at Bee service to the enterprise, and may Ezekiel C. Ferguson, C.

seriously lightly, is injuriousto I cannon and other demonstrations of joy lersville on the Escambia. The dawas greatly extend its u efulne:,!. We do no't Y. Fonda, Ellen Foster.

and unbecoming in a woman. It I nnd on hoard the U. S. Ship Falmouth, lying : ushered in 11.the. filing of gum, and; the know however that these brigs will be G.-Charles Green, James MoGraih
in our harbor, appropriate salutes Declaration of Independence was rend by procured by the Navy Depat'nient, bid
is broadly an unblushing confessionwhich : Dr. L. J AI tolJ. The A. Gordin, James Gray, F.
We also understand several parties atc dinners ; parry partook of a they will act entirely under its control
the individual makes of her desire and drank toasts in honor of the day : Dinner prepared for the occasion, after The provision made tJ) Cui.jrvesji for the T. Guraud, George., Green, Isaac

to attract the notice of a1( n. What no general public celebration, however, w.istnadr which the following roasts were drank, accompanied .:- expedition was not as -.amp' as was desired G' !!e. '

woman; of common pride would say so in this City-Not so in the neighboi-: with the, usual rounds of firing. to its p-ojt-ctors but it was all th't II.-John Hall, Manuel Hernandez
much in words 1 Yet hood-Our infant; NAVY Y A'1D made a ven' 1. THE ADMINISTRATION. OF Till GF.NK- could} he obtained amid the- hurry: of the Heath Hamilton E.
no language can Benjamin ,
respectable display on the occasion; the day; KAI GoVEnxitfEN'T end and aim the close of f tiie: sc s.on. The oill reported
be more unequivocal If rustiained I : public good. The violence V. Robinson.
HUS spent in festivity & rejoicing & appearsto ofparty opposition hy i' e Co.nmitlee on N-ivy fftii was
by .\ sense of this humiliating interpretation have passed with the utmost harmony tends to Strengthen it, and to render not actd on, for want or time ; and the 1.-Jhn Innerarity, BenjaminIvy. :

which een the weakest of male and gularitJ'we trust that those who its character more durable resolutions introduced by Mr. Heed, of I .

observers put upon flirtation ; there: to were be present disturbed will not peimit that hnnnony 2. JOHV 3 cueers Qui.icy, Music ADAMS Hail, the Columbia.President Massachusetts,we believe,originated with I J.-John Jemison, :John S. Jtme-
by subsequent injudicious
are manifold prudential reasons to: comments, which any, being neither injurious I o ft/i.e United Slates.-The distinguished jir-d were accepted by the friends of the son, J. Jcrrisonj John \V. Jones, EdV

restrain that silly appetite for display: or beneficial to any one, should be Pati'iot and Statesman. Our countiy cannot enterprise, including the Naval Committee ward S. J ehn bnj George Jackson.
substitute for the bill.
and notoricl"'. No girl ever made a totally disregarded. BEL'LKKSVILLI, on the under fail his to administration.prosper and to continue happy What an: a can be done within the powersdelegated I K.-John M. King 2, William

happy union by flirtation ; because no the Escambia.number has of its also inhabitants done well, cOluidcJing- 6 cheers ; Music President's March.! by the resolution, and withoutprejud.ce Kennedy, John Knight 2, Nicholas

man capable of making a woman per- ---.-,.--.-----_-.---,"-.---.-.:- 3. HKKRY CLAY, the Secretary of Stale- tn the general interest of the Kelly.
-
nwnently happy was ever attracted by COMMUNICA TIO--' His able reply to the calumnious chniges Naval service, towards{ accomplishing; the L.-James Q. Livingston 2'V. K.

that which is disgusting to rational and """- N..). heaped upon him, convinces every disinterested onject in view, the: Department seemsdisposed Lattimer, John P.Lockcy 2, Eugenio
--- ----- i individual of his entire to do.Ve have
refined minds the fool be so innocence promptly a Lavalle John De La Rua Edward
; may Fourth of July at B; ranras. and upright conduct. 3 cheer. great interest in the Pacific Ocean, and it ,
cnuht. : and with the fool, life will be THE Mechanics and others attached to Music, Away with ywr Pouting 5f Sadnets r j is daily tncrensing Numerous Islands : Langford, William F. Lain, William

\\ II.It it OUght to be, between a flirt andn : th Navy Yard, at Tartar Point, assembled! 4 Vie Memory of GENERAL WASH some of them inhabited, require further Lambert, Lanton & Reilly.

coxcomb Flirtation in a woman i is :tt Barancas. and partook of RI1 excellentDinner INGTON-Nevti to be erased from the and more accurAte surveys ta render our i M.-Henry W iMdrris 2, William
prepared bj Mr Peter Burch under hearts of 1m countrymen. operations in the wha'e!' fishery less hazardous -
equivalent to libertinism; in a man ; I it ; i McVoy 2, Thomas McVoy, Bernird
.
the large Live Oak Trees Mr. Music, Gen'l Washington's March.
NAntJM the lives and of
to our
is the manifestation of the same loose W ARREY, was called to preside, Mr. J.] B. ADAMS and JEFFERSON.-Two years merchant and mariners. property I J. Mueller, Patrick Murphy, William

principles, only restrained by the S. MIDDLETON appointed Vice President, since, on the snipe day, and near the same Discoveries of the highest importance I l\lervme, Daniel T. Mathias 2, Duncan .-

usages of time world from developing: and Mr. DA.H'L MU.VRO, Secretary. hour h these venerable Patriots depu ted to commerce j\ud science, may yet he McMullanj Richard McManus,

itself in a similar way The bare The greatest harmony prevailed throughout this life, forming a splendid epoch in the made in the great expanse of Me PAr.ific Thornton Minor, Isabella Manuel
idea of this thousands the Day, and on the removal of the history ef our happy country On this Ocean, and within KAV i 1
iu'itudes
ought to comnar3tivfh David B-
preserve Morgan 2.
Cloth .
the .
following Toasts were drank :-..; day their noble deeds! arrr fresh in our memory
who fall into the while in high S<)i.ttn.rk: !.iitucf'-* II j I
perhaps error Music, The Wounded Hussar. j: O.-Francis H. Oliver 2 Joshua
nr. UT \R. ,
scarcely thing i is k.oWI. Tht! .;dvan- !(
through mere exuberance of spirits ], The 6. COL. JOSEPH. WHITE any O
Day we celebrate.-M.iy it be I our Delegate made Cr)1Wt> 'i wen.P. .
ces by Captain ;v, wt uelieve .
in
from exposing themselves to a suspi eternally engraven on the hearts of Far.eMKX. the Congress.-The well selected choice of t ii 6T deg 30 mir. it 71 dtg.10 mm. .-'.Mr. Pinkin James Pendleton
: people-his
cion at which their natures must useful talents unerasing industry and which still left about 340 tleg.of Inngitudem David Porter, John Pike, Zachariah
2. The Memory of General GEORGE I exerted so beneficially' i
shrink. WASHINGTON. L I behalf of the interest of tht>'ff"rritoryjuit-: which the Southern circle was never Pretice, James Pierson, Joseph Piper

Youth beauty and 3. TACPKMIUBNTO///K; United Stales : ly entitle him to the esteem and endearment approachedo these we may now add I D. R. W Pittman, Geovania
genuine
accomplishmeuts
,
of that Captain Weddell who in 1324, reached
constituents..
4. The Arm!!. ; Pavia Posttaster West Wm.Pinkney
.
stand in need of the, Key ,
no 5. The Navy. cheers ; Music.i Auld Lang Syn:. 74 deg. 25 min. South, and put back
inist.iken weapon flirtation, to achieve 6. The Territory of Florid'Z-\ future 7. The Governor of the Territory, WILLIAM { with an open sea before him ; all else: of 2, John Phillips.R. .

their highest conquest ; if they resortto Member of the Union ; opening a new P DUVAL--May his services be just that regi.m is still unknown. .-Edward Riley 2, Nathan Ra-

it, we may be assured there is a field for the exercise of human Industry, I ly appreciated. Whatever of good tmy result to the non, William Russell 5, Thomas R. .
consciousness: of and Genius. 3 cheers; Let merit have her rewarc r. country from the expedition, justice' requires Routes, James R.- Riley.
want of desert, or a 8. The that it be attributed .
Territory FLO/I.DA. Blessed mainly to the
7. Agriculture, Commerce nod Manu of -
S. David Ji. Stine Joel
Sawtell
;)lIity which must poison all true by Heaven exertions of ,
en- fjO3 acturts. with a mild and salubrious Mr. Reynolds, whose persevering
mente Let the young, the lovely 8. The Heroes of the Rei..oliltionTheir climkte, and with n soil rapable yielding' efforts 'hrou ho"t the nation to u- James Spillman, John Sager, L. R.

and the gifted, thereforendhere to the deeds have immortalized them. the choicest productions of nature. Kndowments : nite public sentiment in its favor, uiu- Simpson, Jarues F. Schenck5, N. G.

nature which made them what 9. The framers of the DKCLAHATIOX of which must soon rank her with mutely obtained fur the enterprise tin- C. Slaughter 2.

are and leave they our INDEPENDENCE: ; its signers atod 6 C- the Sister States of the Union. Sanction of the National :authority! and the T.-Mr. Marcos Tior',. Jacob Tailor
; flirtation ,
to those who 9. The
Our Nation's
.fender Army.- sentinel.Ever 1. aid of the National funds. We perceivefrom
fancy! they cannot provoke attention 10. The Memory of DE WITT CLINTON- rendy to meet the fof'. the late: intelligence from Enghu.d- James Toy, Edward ft. Thomson

without forcing themselves! by ill manners learned, wise, and patriotic; his fame will! 3 cheers ; Music, Yankee Doodle. that the Uritish Government hag jiltt seni John Teel, D. M. F. ThorntonJohn

into the unfeminine situation of ever be cherished by the lovers of FREEDOM. 10. The Navy. As the.parent lion gat h. off two different exploring expeditions! A. Tuilev, 2.V.'Nicholas. .
being creth her chickens under her wing: So the into the Southern Swis, a fact which shows i Urquesa Joacquin
conspicuous. The despairing I I. GJCK. LAFAYETTE Patriarchof people find protection under her banners the commercial importance: which that Viosca. ,
maiden who has courted marriage for Liberty-his virtues need no culogimn. 3 cheers Music, Star Spangled Banner. sagacious people attach to discoveries

years, without being once courted ; 12. The Mechanic .4r15-The elements 11. The Day tie celebrate..'-lhe fifty i which they think possible in the vast! and I W.-S. Williamson, B. D. Wright

silly, ordinary woman who aped the I of the Universe ate subject to their sway. third anniversary of our Nation's birthday unexplored regions of the Southern Hen : .: Jacob Williams, Jacob C. Williams, .,
13. The FAIR SEX. ; never to be forgotten by the sans of '
-"Dear \\r
graces without success ; and the ridic- creatures' liberty. misphere. Henry alka 2, Joseph 1\1. \Vhite,
can't do '
we withcut them. "' .....
lIlousaIT ctcd.wod1d-be accomplished VOLUNTEER. cheers; ,Music, jr/ome, Love, &f Liberty. -- Luther. Wilson 2, Henry Wilson! 2.
unsuspected of i 12. Our Sister Rcfublics South Az ((171 Letters.)
endowments except inner I By Mr. Warren.-Tfie Memory Oe .1 of e- Jm" mw;
of 2 ca.-\Ve
own idea -these joyfully welcome them a. such j L MAIL ARRANGRMBNT
The _
: may try flirtation Montgomery- Hero Quebec, who ,
have
they long struggled for liberty i independence
for sealed with his
effect-they can hardly suffer. blood his attachment to the is their reward. 3 cheers: orOr: l'euaaco\a.>> : FLORIDA MAIL.
hit
from land of
being a few adoption. Music Tht Free ... Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock, A. if.
? degrees more con By Mr. Middleton. and Accepted Mason. --#-:: -- --:;:-.___._-_ -
temptible! in the -AXDRKW JACKSON!' 13. The fair Sei' '; excluded : Departs same day at 2 o'clock, P. M.BLAKKLEY ,"
sight of the men, who He has filled the measure. of hit ::1. ;-''Though ARRIVED. .
nave hitherto country's from participating with us in the celebration July 14th.-.Revenue Cutter Alabama! MAIL;
he ,
disregarded glory, be
and now may never forgotten in the Mobile'and
only laugh at and despise them. But .' hearts of hit countrymen. our of remembrance the day, they', are not.absent from Capt. Foster, from a cruizeENTERED.; iiais.Including, and Mississippi.. the States. of Lou-,

.
tb.the' true 'voman-of America, where shade Byl\fr.-They Munro.will-afford'The us oaks protectionwheu IhaL-afford tuI I! 9 cheers ; Music-Haste to the Wedding. July 14th.--Schr : Amelia Ratch, Ne'" Due every Tues AV,- at 4 o'clock, P. M.

sex are treated with the honor due they bear Columbia's thunder o'er VOLUNTEERS. Orleans. Assorted Cargo to oHJ r. Depart everY Friday at i past 8 o'clock

10 them!! -the woman of understanding I main. the raging By T. F. Cornell, Esq.--The H n. SAM'LL. Schr : Victoirc, Cam, New Orleans. Assorted A M. ALL OTHEK MAILS.
of intelligence Ii Mr. SorjTiURD Cargo, to order. Due ever> Sunday and Wednesday at 4
and of intellect-the i: By Ingraham. The United States the able and dignified manner -
Woman of real charms of .tmerica-A beacon light m the western with which he fills the nation of Secretary : Schr : Pomonr, Arnaud, New Orleans.Assorted o'clock, P M. '
uv mlOd-tbat be they of boor I hemisphere, winging her eagle flight in I the of the iavy, will long secure the prosperity cargo, to J Quin. Depart every Tuesday and Saturday, at
woman would be : blaze of every science, with *n thatnever l of the Department.By CLEARED.July 8 o'clock, A. M.
Worse than an ideot were she to throw winks, find a wing that never eye tire a. Mr. Ferdinand 'Chrislin.-7e LADIESOPXNSACOLA 8th.-Schr : Neptune, Bigelow, New i ICfS: On Sunday, the Post Office
awy "H:the dY ntugesofwhich femi- By Mr. O'Sullivan.-.TA Irish Emlgranf Orleans. Cargo 11,000 brick by Kopmanand will be kept open for one hour after

nine spriKhtliness l & intuitive -Driven from the ruins of his oppressed By Dr. L. J.Aston.! -The enterprising Hver. (he arrival and assorting of the Mail ;
( n,fcuiimn* percep- country be looks on the United perseverance of the in 14th-:3chr. Elizabeth, Forsyth, New und letters wilt be
in delivered
: grace gentlemen engaged not
out
& fem-
Ifline person, States America, the land of Orleans. Cargo 20,000 brick by J. For-
adored delicacy of soul, render for the and Liberty, and exclaims "where friendship these' of exploring the Navy the Department Florida Coast under their orders' yth > 60 hides and 15 baskets of oil, by of the office a't any other time on that- .
May \
nsfrMStor, the dwell, there is proceedings H. Michelet. day. .
sake of an my country"By meet the
highest approbation of
exl111.lltlon of herspif. which, however Mr. Patterson.-Our Floating Ba tt.- the General'. Government.B Brig Enterprise, Hitchcock, New York. W. Hasell Hunt,
'Parkhlug she lie*-May they always Cargo 7 bales, cotton by J. C.C.. C.
_ may fancy it in the mo- .J'J1lel, when put to the t*overwhelm st. our ene Dr. C. Haire.-The inhabitants of Keyser, a. quantity of ca'iungs, by N. H. POST OFFICE, Post MasterPenscola *

I the scatobj Bay, may fortune, with I all I Allen, ftod-fitodriti by the Master.. 1st July, Itt:!. S.-17- :..



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this d3y -, the NOTICE County Court fo .- Eranrifta

\ "()\\1 {\ tIa'uns. A.) f personally named:tppared in the f.regomg, power County-At Chambers\ "r t
Fern tfa Declaration ta le IItZC6Si 1M attOrney the 18 Hereby (riven Junf', 27. '
An act lot the fB fof,certain urTivinrOffi.: .attorney and mad: oath that sam 1828.
cers and:Soldiers of the Army of the RevoIntioD. Officer f hi'11 by reason or any the land situated near the Navy .f. compliance villa on act of thy L, A.tiveCouzcZofthTet1'sr.yof
waS not given to THAT .
For the purpose of o taining the benefits or Francisco
attLcbme .lev formerly owned by 1''I1dG.OHDEtEUt ?
!
of
It Be it enacted by the Setuttf and Jfnuef of an act, entitled "An act for the relief .t trufisef: or any 'rocess whatever: of and Fernando Moreno has been purchased at polls be l
legal open( :
atid soldiers se'zUt'e', by any ( ferL
fttprctentativei of the United State of oF certain surviving officers thereiii authu7 to he received by the United State*-and whoever- votes
4tmca, in Congress utiemblftl,That each of the Army of the Revolution," approved the pay in\e-ndf'd toi hereafter be found trespassing thereon the forcsajL
IS
i but that the said pay may dates to represent people of'his
,
of l'Iofthe of the the 15th of 1828,1, cOQ1I-,
the on May, :
t surviving army > benefit of will be .
I the pcrson immediately prosecuted.M. in the next Legislative Council
i enure whollv to ty of
tljk
Stateof
the
in
HeToIution U1 the Continental Line, who of-,io the county of -,
: the said power was T. at the election to be
Territory
the person by whon Woolsey held
: was entitled to half pay"by the resolre of -, do hereby declare that I was an Q
October twenty-first, teventeen hundred officer in the Continental Line of the Army ;i executed, of-, Commandant U. S. Wavy Yard the first Monday in August next,viz aIn
this- day the 1st District
i tnd eighty, be authorized to receive, out of the Revoluti, and ser,ed as such :! Witness my lund; Pcnmcola, June 20th, 1828-15-4t.OOMMEJUCLAL one Precinct.At .
Ifarrancas, at the Huuse of
Of any money in the Treasury not other there: insert, to the end of the war, or (as I in the year -. insert either a Madaa
t
.
Serra.In
wise appropriated, the amount of his full the case may be) to tfie time when the arrangement -: Before me, there ) 11 U TEL.
or other Magistrate, the 2nd District four
of Precinct
Justice the Peace
pay in suid line, according to his rankin i of the Army provided by the : to administer! oaths.] in THIS House, lately occupied by Maj'r. At the Court House.
the line to begin with the third resolves Congress of the 3d and 21st of. duly empowered : & WRIGHT, was epened on
in the State of-, at Florida.
of At
the -, James Spillman's,
day ofM-rch, one thousand eight hundred October, 1780, was carried into effect, County the 16th of February, by the Subscriber: o,
I this day -, and Cotton's the
At K. L. on West
:;'t and twenty-six, and to continue during and reduced under that arrangement,] at personally appeared, who respectfully solicits a share of the Patronage side cf
ltr who did severally
ambia.t .
aid the E
: t; his natural life : Provided, That, which period I was a in the regiment II -, of the county, of the Public. All, which the localities
make oath that -, by whom the \ \ Gaiiies'.East side of the
\ under this act no officer shall be entitledto of the.- line. subscribed isI afford, shall be studiously provided, $0*.
,
t'i.\ receive a larger sum than the full pay And I,also declare, that I afterwards received foregoing declaration was and every attention devoted to the quiet and bia.And
i H",; of a Captain in said line. a certificate (commonly called a generally reputed and believed to have comfort of those who will favour the Hause it is further ordcrei that the

. Sec.V. Jtndle itjitrther enacted, That, I. commutation certificate) for a sum equalto been an officer in the Army of the Revolution -I II with a preference.An persons named as Judges in the following

.l "".' Whenever any of said of&cers has received the amount of five years' full pay ; in manner therein stated. I excellent Billiard Table, attached to enumeration, are hereby appointed and

tt. money' ofthe United State as a pensioner which sum was offered "by the resolve of I Witness m)' hand, this day of-, I the establishment, occupying a separate required to preside at the several prc.

fl i:.'. since the third day of March, one Congress of the 22d of March, 1783, in in the year- building will contribute amusement.with- cincts to which their names are attached.

:{r l } thousand eight hundred and lwen p-six, stead of the half pay for life to which II" [Signed] I II out interfering with the good order and AT .nuANcjs.
I, -, Clerk of the Court of the Connof -: of the House and parties can Jeremiah Ingraham, Thomas
1i. aforesaid the sum so received shall be was entitled under the resolve of the 21st I quiet private Commy

. U;: : i deducted from what said officer would, October. 1780 j I ty :---, in the atate_ of-,-, do, hereby ft I be always accommodated with a distinct L. C. Hubbell.

'i,. i i otherwise, be entitled to, under the first And I further declare, that I hive received -, certify, that--, bctore wnom tue foregoing -I silting1 room. AT THE COURT HOUSE.

; 1 tL:;'1; lection of this act ; and every pension to of the tJnited States, as a pensioner affidavits were sworn, was at the I II' There is on the premises, one of the best John de la Hua, F. H. Ntsbet: Joseph

which said officer now entitled, shall since the 3d flay of March, 1826, [here i(!!'I' time, [I.ere: insert either a Justice ot the Stables in the place, where Horses shall be C. Keyser,

:' :.oItA cease after the passage of this act. insert, no money, or (as the case ?nay be) I I Peace ur other Magistrate, duly empowered strictly attended to.JOHN AT J.uu.s SPILLWAY'S.

f S;;' Sec. 3. And be further enacted, That that 1 have received, as a pensioner ot to administer oaths,] and duly empow- GARNIER.75SR5ZS Andrew I'. Simpson, John Allen Simp.s .

.. .I.i J ) every surviving non-commissioned oEcer, the United States, since tht 3J day of I ered to idmmister oaths. .m. William Ward

'3:. musician, or private, in said army, who t March, 1826 the sum of-dollars, paidto In testimony whereof I have hereunto AT R. L. COTTON'S.
Roard Month 25
.I" .. !, enlisted therein for and during the war, me by the Agent f8r paying pensions sem hand and affixed the seal: Boarders per $ 20 Joseph. Hall, R. L. Cotton, Benjamin
[L. s.] of he said Court, this day ot Day Gainer.
and continued in its service until its termination in the State of -.] I Dinner 75

w1Qr: knd thereby became entitled to (Signed] --, in tile year--. I Breakfast or Supper 37& AT WILLIAM GJt ns'.

receive a reward eighty dollars, under Before me, [here insert, Justice [Signed] Horses per day 1 20 Joab Gaines, James Itrcwster Peter

p4tip a resolve of Congress- parsed May fif. ef the Peace, or other Magistrate, duly 16-lw. 2m. ncr month 20 I Wi Ikinson.;. _

I teenth, seventeen hundred and seventy empowered to administer oaths,] in the Penaco1aFebruary2Oth, 1823.-45 tf. J foils t-j be opened at eight o'clock j ii

iss: eight, shall be entitled to receive his full county of-, in ihe State of -, personally Revolutionary Claims. the morning, and close at six o'clock ia i

" J monthly pay in said service, out of any appeared, this day, -, and AARON OGUES will remain in Notice i is hereby Given, the evening. T. T\VITCHELL
in the Treasury not otherwise of the said who did, COL
severally,
'
money
appropriated county
\ for some mouths, and tJUAT at the next Ten of the Hon. Judge C. C E. .
f. ; :o begin on the third day of make oath, that --, by whom the foregoing C.
authorized
liP''" being duly by power of -i.L the County Court, I will present the
r. March, one thousand eight hundred and dechration was subscribed, is generally he will continue to M. CRUPPER, Clerk C. C.
Attorney act
as Agent accounts and vouchers, Sf apply for afin.il
: twenty-six, and to cominHe during his reputed and believed to have been the By J G. DRAKE. D C.MAONiUML1UtOit.
For surviving Officers and Soldiers ol settlement of the Estate Thomas Com- _
natural life : Provided, That no non an officer in he Army of the Revolution, late of .
Revolution for whose
the Army relief myn senior deceoa.sed.'f'homas. t-
:'h ': commissioned officer, musician, or pri- in manner as therein stated.
bill of
h a was passed at the late session :
:!1 tate, in said army, who is now on the Witness my hand, this -day-ur-, Congress! and approved of on the 15th of Commyns, THE publication: of the .Ucuonic,,11irro7" '
list of the United States shall be i in the he tuspcitdtjfrom this date.
1' ::. pension : year May last ; and upon receiving the evi Testamentary Executor.

entitled to the benefits of this act. [Signed] ilence prescribed by the Secretary of the Pensncnla, May 10th 1828-9-fit. THE AlVIAB.A WT21.

:; Sec. 4. And be further enacted, That I, -, clerk of the Court of the County Treasury, Col. Ogden will the as a Masonic york, will take the place of
procure
; : the pay allowed by this act shall, under of -. in the State of -, do hereby names of those entitled to be duly registered JCOTUJfc. the Mirror-will be devoted exclusively

:I'D::: the direction of the Secretary of the Trea certify, that -, before whom the foregoing and will remit certificates thereof 4 LL persons having claims against the to Masonry, and will appear on the 15thof

: sury. be paid to the Officer or Soldier entitled affidavits( were :worn, was, at the ; together with the two years' pay now XjL Estate! of MANUEL RONIFAT deceased this month ; and sufficiently encow.ged

-l' Ii" thretoorto their authorized attorney time, a [here insert, Justice of theI'cace -, cine, to wit : From the 3d of Match, 1826, are requested to present the same to theo it will appear or abont the ISlh P

ri : at such places and el:4: \s as the Secrt.ki or other Magistrate, duly empowered to tin 3d of March, 1823, by mail, in a Subscrior ; and all persons to every succeeding month. The original

?''i";'1i: tary may direct ; and that no foreignOfticer to administer oaths,] and duly empowered draft of the United Stated Bunk, on any said estate are called on to make imme- design of the work will be so far amended
; I :1"" shall be entitled to said nor to administer oaths.
: .. pay ; O fits i branches,payable to each individual, diate payment to JOHN DE LA. IJUA.( I as! to embrace Original Masonic Essays ; _
; shall any Officer or Soldier receive the In testimony whereof I have hereuntoset Poetry and General .
i Intelligence, relative
"V1r... : or to his order. Agent for the Admnix.Pensa.ola i
: time, until he furnish to sid Secretary hand and nfnxed the seal
.
the
I&" my June, 9, 1828 -17-2t May 15th, 1828-9tf. to Institution. The price will
;11: :'1'it':! satisfactory evidence that he Jf, entitled to [L. g.] of the said court, this day be g2 per annum in advance ; and it is

1i; .': the same, in conformity to the provisions of-, in the It'ar- WtST itaiii. Plantation For Sale. expected that every person \vha subscribes

I !JI :r:. :; of this act; k the pay allowed by this act ['igned] for it, will remit the amount on the

'ji: ': \ shall not in any way be transferable, or ( B.) A VIEW OF WEST FEl nHE- Subscriber wishes to sell his right reception of the second number after

.II' liable tn attacluneat, levy, or seizure. by Form of a Declaration toe made by the \UMAC1N'(; its l ugrapl1), Topo. pre-emption to & plantation situated subscribing, or the third will! not be

}: 4t any legal process whatever, but shall J'on'Commisri9iied Officers, .,Musicians, graph, iic., with an Appendix, on Saint Rosa's Sound, twenty five I forwarded.

:. ; r h enure wholly to the personal benefit othf and Privates. treating of its An.qutics; Land Titles. miles from Peusacola ; together with a 8ubscrioers to the Mirror, who wish! the
! .r Officer or Soldier entitled to the same stock of cattle thereon,consisting of about
g t ., Forthe purpose of obtaining the! benefit and Cankls.: Jlnaranlh, are requested to give an early
;I;.t' b> this act, f of "'An act for the relief ot ccrUin surviving TOGCTlinR WITH One Hundred Head. The Plantation notice to that effect-
ir; I consists of hundred
-, ; ::' Sec. 5. wind be further exacted, That ]I officers anti soldiers of the Army of A Map of Vest Florida one and sixty acres Agents for the Mirror ara:: respectfully
of land
l? l.!;'. so much of said pay as accrued by the 1 1! the Ifevnlulion," approved on the 15h j Exhibiting a Chart of the Coast, a Plan of been good cleared., about fifteen of which have requested to use their influence in giving .

mi1.i :': provisions of this act, before the third day may 1828, I -, of-, in tIle coun the circulation to this work. All Will procure

., t.:l'iii: '-: of March, eighteen hundred and twentyt:I'! y of-, In the State of-, do hereby For terms, Stc., apply JoRandall six subscribers and will becoT.e it-

' a' t. eight, shall be paid to the Officers and j! declare, that I enlisted in the Continental tU: $ of reusacftVa, AlHs.Pensacola s snnnsihle for them will be entitled to a

( :.; Soldier entitled to the same, as boon as I Il1 I Line of the Army of tin* Revolution, for and I the Entrance of Pens cola Harbour. May 1st, 1828.-7-tf. seventh copy.

: ; .tf" may be, in the manner and under the provisions and during the war, and continued; in its JvV JuMN LH. WlI.LI VM*. To those: who have paid in advance Tor .

.... 4 before mentioned ; and the pay service until its termination ; at which ( Juxl Tf'ccil'rtl, for sale! byVir. TOWN or mACfiffojuia. the present volume of the Mirror, the

:: \-. 't'; TV Inch shall accrue alter said *!ay, shall) bepaid period I was a [Sergea. Corporal, Musician Hii-ell Hunt.Pensacnla LOTS in the new Town of Magnolia Amaranth will be forwarded to tile full

'I !t ,. : semiannually, in like manner, and or Private, as the case may he,] In 8th Jan. ll2c. offered for sale. This place! is amount, unless otherwise ordered, or the

;t'j.rif t under the same provisions. Captain -'s Compiny, in the -- regiment ..- --L-- -- s'tuated 8 miles from Fort St. Marks on Mirror be resumed.Cj'We .

'.}.. .,::J l> A. STEVENSON, of the line. And I alo declare the St. Marks' river and 15 from Tallabas- (:: would again solicit the attention

,I ;_ T ; Speaker of the House of Representatives. I that Isifteiu-auh received rertili- "f 'll l see. The river can be navigated to the of Agents to the immediate adjustment .

'\ ::f tj<< '; S. SMITH, cate for the rewr-.rd of eighty dollars to A L.L1 persons having claims ngaintt the Town by vessels drawing 8 feet water. of the accounts committed to their care; ,_,

: .\:I President of ike Senate pro tempure. which I wa entitled, under res 'h'e olnngivsi IEstate of Ft.1 Cbt"O Li.urix deoeas- The situation is high! dry and healthy ; and those subscribers: who have little or

;,(;jr.: '. .\ppruved-Jth May, : i8. passedhe 15'h M( Mav, 1773. i i'J.. are: requested to pI ('St\t them to the ,it has two Sulphur Springs in the vicinity, no communication with Agents are requested

,;.n;,, ,:i,.r.i... buN QUINCY ADAMS. ..\ 11111 further decluie, that I \i .h n..;.sn ii .. Si' -cLiher ; a ndtlt I I pei-i.K.s indebted to one of which is only 200 yards from the to remit the amount of their bills .

:: ",'t4 :;..Lo.t; Tntivnr DEJ-ARTNKNT, f tire fi'U'eiith
:: 'q', .I.' Ma] } 28, 1S28. 5 Pension List of the United 5tah: I i Iate puueiit. l-) !great medical qualities. in the same manner. if :

..j ;Ijt.f. The Act for the i-elicf of certainfiimiving Signed] J,". JNT. UK LA RUA.Executor.. For further information of Terms &c. Those who have received their bills

I: {:::;:iE: ; Officers and SJttit'rs of he Before m<-, -, [h..re insert *"thcr I ipply to J. G, and N. Hamlen. SJ. Marks will add GO cents Jo the amount, for the

Justice of thf Peace, or other Magistrate, or to Augustus: Steele Tallahassee present ear's and
remit
j without
J
d.lrs : nt\olution. approved on the ISlh +fF ot May, 1828, (of which the foregoing: is 44.. duly empowered to administer oaths! ,] in ....- St. Marks 10th August, 12724tf unnecessary' delay. This will save muck

"'.::.t t:,, "; copy) will be carried into effect: under the County o- in the State of-. I H 1l I 'T' trouble. Boston, April 1, 1828.
this and
,
,4 hi.: the following : personally Hlpei'l, day, -, LAND.GENCY..
+ regulations -, of the said county who did *' ]>1S leave to inform his friends; andformer KEA-S rOJIKS.
:; under the ocveral.1'I i' &c.
Ik Each Officer claiming act, subscribers have opened an of ,
ly make oath that Customers! that lie has THE
-, by whom the recommenced I
:IU$+ :, .;: will transmit to the Secretary of the i for the purchase and sale of Subscriber hag just received
[ per
foregoing declaration Wt v &ubscril, business: : at his Old Stand I Ir TilE
Treasury a declaration, according to the ib.1 Lands, at St. abeth from New .
;: Augustine, in the house for- Orleans,-nu
r where he has for sale
and bHicved
generally reputed to \ a very good assortment
I 'fd form hereunto annexed, marked A. and merly occupied by Col. Perrault at the king his assortment of gfa Stsrev very
tt:
:i:; Musician been an officer in the Army of..the Revo- ofFresh
i each nonconai.4oned Officer, south west corner of the public complete :
'):' and Private according to the form marked lution, in manner as therein stated. feasonable Goods here persons desirous to square, Macaroni, in baskets
accomplish either -
,
!1ft' k'. B, accompanieo by the oarh of two Witness my hand, this- day 01'-, Vermicelli
in
: respectable
in the HC'c(: \'cchr the latest arrivals from New purchase or sales of real estate! are boxes
! i. witnesses as to his identity year York requested leave their Gruyere cheese
: and Philadelphia. commands.A .
er : : Vhich oth is to be taken before a Justice [Signed] 3,3$ anil 4 Point Blankets long residence in the Territory of Patte grasse do-
J t : I. -, Clerk ofthe'Court of the
County
j4 i
of the Peace other
or Magistrate, duly of --, in the State of do I 7-4 and 8-4 Striped Duffield Blankets Florida, has enabled the subscribers! to Raisins, Prunes, Almonds
'I ; empowered to administer oaths in the -, certify become
: Cliampaigne Wine
1 bale I intimately
that -, before whom the af: i superior Heavy Whitney d acquainted with nearly -
; State or T in which he resides foregoing '
J crntory fidavits; were 3 bales White fc Drab Flushings all the individual claims to land, in thi- Family Flour .
and authenticated under the seal of the s'orn'a% at the time, a-
Do
Blue and black! district,as well as to their titles locations do halfbbls.
I
.4 Justice of imperial cloth blue ,
kfl [ the Peace
;
; Court of the in which or as the caMe
the
'County
oath
qualitirs and relative Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Fork
ml mixt value
cassimeres sati netts And the increasing
he, and dul ; assorted
nts Administered, as shown in the said may ] > empowered to administer Mackerel, No. I, and No. 2-
and applications made, for information
forms. j oaths.In ; super super common fancy -

I testimony whereof, I have hereunto prints; 7-8 ami 4-4 Irish liner.s ; Irish from every part of the United States, Best Superior Cincinnati Goshen Butter

Each Officer will ao transmit his CO'111 1. set my hand, and affixed the seal of lawns ; dimities ; super 6-4 fancy ging. f more especially respecting sugar estate, covered Hams -

-: rniasion, if in existence and attainable and L [L. 5) the said court, this -day of hams; white yellow red and green flannels I has induced them to believe, that an cs. Middling Bacon &c. .

: each non-commissioned Officer, MusiciaR.I I in the year ; black: and colored bombazetts. I tablishment of this kind, could be rendered Julius Pcscav.Pensncola .

,I and Private, his discharge, which document [Signed] printed bombazetts and Salisbury flannels I. useful to the public.All 26th. Feby. 1823-50tt.

!' *, after being registered will bereturned. (C.) ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton balls: orders directed to them, for copies "

If the commission or discharge Form beaverteens linen cambrics ; cambric of surveys maps or plans as well as other NOTICE"

has .been lost or destroyed he will trans- of a Power of Attorney. .idkts ; Baroge hdkfr; black Italian crape j information, on the above subject, will be HE ; is
Undersigned
mix Mich. other evidence hr Know all Men by these Present; thai flounced furnished without delay. Letters T : authorized by ,
as robes do postpaid
1t! it14L may possessor ; gingham spider nets, fie! legal
I of representative of .
in Dna. El
-, the
directed
of i to the
county -, Land
call obtain, corroborative of The state the patent threads, Russia diapers, plain and Jlgency, St.Augvsiine vira Zuleta.wdow; of Dn Ant'o
State of do 'ird'afor. .
f1 ments set forth in his declaration. and appoint -, hereby and constitute figured book muslins, Madras and Brit- will receive due attert'.ion. merly of this city, and executrix ut"the
-, true
4 : my lawful attorney

:i I*.*' If the evidence transmitted, taken in with a power of substitution, form ania h'dkfs., comp'y flags, figured crape JOHN LEE WILLIAMS, estate of said Miraya, deceased, to offer i;
resses ; white, brown and mixed cotton WILLIAM H. SIMMONS, for f sale
connexion with that affoided the and in
by ( ,
: pub. my name, to receive from tl.f
; alf hose white and mixed FRANCIS J.
worsted FATIO.
lie records at he United ; andlirnb'wool One lot and house thereon!
.t Washington, found satisfactory States, the amount of pay now du No. 281.
; tt the amount oftwo to do ; fine linen hose, ladies Dec. 27th, 1827.--44-tf on Intendencia Street in this
: years' full pay me, under the act for the relief of certain City.
vlnte and black
at !berate to which the Officer or Soldier surviving officers and soldiers of tu- cotton do., lead, slate References; One tract containing 22 Cabaleri

;Uth.i was entitled, According to his rank in the revolutionapproved ISlh May 826,(1 828]: ind black worsted do. plain and camblet Cot Jos. M. White, of land situated betwixt bayou Texar, tod
cloaks furniture
fine, at the close of the wr, or at the time as a -in the- regiment of the _I check, bed-ticking, superfine Delegate fro.ii Florida, the Bay of Pensacola. The nature of the '

. of his reduction, (.s the case may br,) but line of the army of the Revolution. cotton shirting, oil cloths, black Mr. Henry S. Tanner Philadelphia, ground is sud to be of the best kind for

: in no instance exceeding the full-pay of Witness my hand and seal, this bombazines, fancy belt ribbons, black and Doctor Brush, New York, manufacturing- bricks, and the proximity .

;. a Captain of the Continental Line will be day of -, in they t'ar- 'hite satin and mantua do",5-41lish shirt- Bernard E. Bee, Charleston, an well as easy means of conveyance

transmitted to him, at the place of his residence I Healed and delivered in > ngb-4: damask, brown linens, ;super black Mr. James William, Baltimore. niusl make the property very valuable.
.i 1.i .. 4 .. and white, plaid and striped, Kaptittet
after deducting therefrom the the pretence ofSigned 5 W. Hasell Hunt.
amount of pension which be printed shawls and hdkfs ; printed Water. Madeira Wines Cordials SCc.
: ;J any [ ] ,
may [
r..8.
] Pensacob '
loo shawlsf silk March 20th tf.
dresses
uicy ,nuns thread, ,1828.-2.-
have received from the UnTied Statessince Before me, -, a Justice of the Pence per Schr. Orleans from ,
linen linen RECEIVED -
l :: the 3rd day of March, 1826. He in the county of_ in the State 01'--, gloves, tapes, Russia shirtings, f B HB Subscriber '
niillM drab cloth has received
blue &red just
; strouda &c. r
M may, however,authorize any other personto personally appeared, this day,-, whose ALSO : 10 cases superior Oid London Particular JL Elizabeth, Forsytb. from New-O, '
i receive it for him ; in which case, hevill name i'u subscribed to the foregoing Madeiraine. l Iran '
power a *
4 cases saddlery, assorted very large assortment of Gi-o*
: execute a power of attorney, according of attorney, andT acknowledged the 9 cases Brewster's hats assorted 10 Old Port Wine. ries. He offers in addition to his lonsc*
; r to the annexed form, mirked C,which lame to be his act and deed. qualities 10 II Cherry Brandy, Superior. stock :-

4t mutt be acknowledged before a Justice Witness my hand, this day of- 5 trunks fine ready made clothing 20 .. Cordials first quality assorted in Oharopaigne Vine, in Baskets of 1 #&

of the Peace, or other Magistrate, and in the year -. 12 trunks ladies'and the cases 1 doz. each. each, warranted superiordo.
authenticated under the seal of the Court [Signedj gentlemen boots ; 10 ctVine Bitters. .
and of
shoes Brandy 1820.
of the County, in the same manner as is I, -, Clerk of the Court of the County Children and boys' shoes i 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. Zante Currants

already prescribed io regard to declaration of-, in the State of-, do hereby Soal leather calf ; brogans&c. I 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce. PonchongTea
skins
*. But no payment will be made to ., certify, that -, before whom the fore- 25 shoe thread 6 Half bll. Anniseed, Peppermintand Prunes, fresh
: Tobacco very
keg
k Virginia
any such attorney, until he has made going power of attorney was acknowledg 5 boxes Cinnamon Cordials. Raisins .,

oath, According to the annexed form D, ed, is a Justice ofthe Peace.In superior cavendish* do. For Sale Almonds .
that the which he authorized testimony whereof Hardware $ c. by ? ,
pay lore I have hereunto AI doc Claret of 1820
.. cieve i intended to enure wholly to the set my band, and affixed the seal Pen, pocket, sportsmen and desk F. H. Nisbet. Tuscaloosa
Rye
personal benefit of the Officer or Soldier I [L. s.] ot the said conn, this day of knives ; knives and forks, carvers, waiter Pensacola. Dec. 20 1827. Goshen Butterdo. Whiskey

ivhose attorney be :.. i -, in the year -. and trays ; Henning's best needles, snuffers .. Cheese -

It is requested that all letters to the I (D.) and trays, plated spurs, spectacle.csrpenter's S13 GAR 13UlllEsubscnherhasforsalea. l\.S. Deef in i bbls. for family use

Secretary of the Treasury the subjects Form tools, shoemaker's and cur* With-an additional Goods
of Affidavit to be taken by At"tomeys. I few pair supply of Dry ,
*may be endorsed on the cover, "Revolu L ric s do., stock locks, padlocks, shovels JL Sugar Boilers, as a sample from the Hard ware Glass ware & Queens ware

y tionary Claims." and tongs, kettles, sauce pans, cotton mnanfactoryand can ,.upplymny : Sold Low for-, Cash.
Before me, Justice of the quantity
a Peace cards, &c. &c.Pensacola .
.Richard Rush. in the of in I to order. F H. NlSBET. J. Pescay.
county -, the of- I Dec. 7th, 182738tf. Pe ,sacola, Dec, ", a.aar-es-tr. Tcnsaccla J'ln,11tb, 1628.l .






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