Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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 Material Information
Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: December 31, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
notis - AKP3155
lccn - sn 83016253
System ID: UF00086631:00084
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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HASEIL HUNT qualified to serve. proof thereof, ,may remove! from Provided' te\is> rb itr; +v,:;Ic:*' t4er cnattej, .That ,
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jY f ,8. And 5< ,it .further naclcd! office, th-: otti SOL'EDfTOal.w. P the.ortrroi United: ,Statct That the lidard of Aldermen au.air. such,.other ", casureitheeuitas'sbll ; a any J l r'year-n cscere);. '.inrc' .. inouj porateJh0tyro: 'Fiii4aeoUj: and'',* -
frtiuhcr 9ftfx lAw of Flmda. within five days after tneir alec- be just and lawful,'. IK- shall ;; annual interest' be : im,rtrtVjtl 'ir' J :":*:*.**. "-" .;''', to, ...... .
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and IIflM paid b.k .. ... .:. .
IUBKauTIOllV c&r 5 ,lion convene at such place as the have power! to convene the Board tor than six ) In. ; :
Half year 3QurteryeaP Mayor may app in ; and proceed of Alcjerraen: when in his opinion for the' ]per' of Creut.j the to piovide !cember 22,1824, be,'and the'Sam.; I
auppoirt poorinfim\ is hereb
,11 1 *0 ), repealed-Provided' I
I that
toAhc election ballot of a the public good may it, I
half bfr person requite diwased and insane, of the. Uty: :juch. f '
and cents. "repeal shall
twelve an not be,con l rued _
finale paper
he shall before
to'be called the President of and lay the Board to lay and '
payable advance. impose: taxes, and Ito .
Sabscnptions provide 'acateibepffics of fhe
I ADt'ERTII"1G-t-.ve., advertisement. the Board' Qr Aldermen ; whereupon from time to time,.in, writing, uch for the collection: thereof ;. Mayor Aldermen of. present, ,' ,
ef the width of one column and measuring I thr' said President shall administer alteration in the laws of the Corporation Provided thai-no tax shall be im but the said i.dChtl..T: '
not more than twelve lines of this type to the Mayor, and afterwards <<; as he shall deem u ',t- posed on real proptrty' in the City' shall Mayor and A.(derm em:/.. .
continue to have. ,and .
dollar.each Weekly con- exercise
one -
and -
reinsertion wider to the other Aldermen respetively sary oprr. a\ anyhighcr rate than three. their said offices'until '
tin.iince fifty cents; longer quart the dajr'; .
the following oath nr 14. B* it further enacted, That rs of '
one .
nt the same rate. Rule and figure pe centum on the as- prescribed by this. act for a* hew .l .
.")rk, double price for the first insertion.Advertisements affirmation, 1 A. B do solemn the Corporation aforesaid, shan sessmrnt valuation of' such property electiont ., 4 1: .. -
will be-tastefully displayed ly swrar, thai 1 will, to the utmost I have full power and authority to ; to imp and' appropriate a-\21, And be. .ti" further -
tndtied9 .
according to the. nature of of them this sized, and of thy power, suppor', advance pass all br-Jaws and :ordinances; fines,:penal-g' anttforfrturta\ for Thdt this' act. shall 'continue!

Wits, be. When eatured inserted by matter intervals, (that and defend the *.o-/d brdrr, peace to prevent nuisances and to n- breach of'their ordinances, to restrain : force for the' Urrix'.bl.tight Jeirs," ; .:' .

type.jL not inserted every week,from the firstto : and Welfare of the City of Pciisarola move them, and to pass all necetsaiy and punish offences co I-: and no longer ,

the ''insertion) each insertion will and its inhabitants, and will laws.imposing fines! and penalties ). milted by 'negroes and people of! '. A.BEI1IY, :.
fee chartfeHvas a new advertisement.- faithfully: demean myself in the for ,violations of their quarantine colour, and t') pass all oraitoances I President of the Legislative l Council .

.A.nojnts demand.advertising, payable alwaysn office of (Mayor or Aldtrman, as regulations l and to co-opt- necessary to give efirCt and operation Passed UeCetnber 3d,'1825. .. ,
the be for the said with the Board of Health In to all the : 8AML.FhYCVrk;
If Liberal contracts will! be,made with case may ) City rate powers -vested in the (; pprovcdnec.rJsh, 1825.)
those vho wish to advertise by the'ye r. according to the b '-la"l and regulations -. preventing the introduction ofcoV Corporation ; Provided that the WM. P.,DUVAL, .,\. '
%* All communications to the Editor thereof) according to the tagious disorders within ihe City ; by-laws or ontintnces of ,the Cor Governor 61'the"I'. iTitory' ofl'tqndi.. ... I
nvat be post ;.aid,or they will be attended best of my skill and judgment.And .- to establish' night watches or j p.- pora t> .-:- not, *sjits his convenience." do also swear (or affirm, as troles, and erect lamps, toiegu'aie! upon the persona of non- An ict in Edition lo <. an act tQihcorpd. 4 I Irate

-- --- -- i he case mav be) that i will >.uprni the stationing, anchorage k mooring re.si clouts of said ,City, unless in the City Pehacola and improwIhe .. '_. t
LOTOS .of l\1Ul .the-Onnfttitution of theUniUulSiatea" vessel for licensing of inh public roads in =be, neighborhood '." j
,. ; to provide cases nljonial. violations of h ereof" ... ,
f" >> : and alike oath shall then and regulating *ucu ."", retailers the bj'.Jawsr ordinances' previously B
An act to incorporate the City of Pensa- be admillister dby the Mayor, tn of l liquors, billiard table promulgated ; and provided and Legislative Council of .tkeTerritory l
cola and improve the public roads: in the President of the Board of Al- ) funnei that no law .
keepers, hacknty carriage, wagons or ordinance
the neighborhood ti reof. of Florida tne! \ : ..
dernietu carts and drays ; to retrain shall ce passed by said Corporation fifteenth
Be it enacted by the Governor section of the act to wh.ch J'.
9. And be it further enacted or prohibit gambling and repugnant to the. Coi.sti.u- :
end Legislative Council of the tj provide this i i an a'I.t" drnent, be, and toe
Territory of Florida, That all the That the Mayor, or person exercising for licensing, regulatng or lion or las of the United States* i.toe is hercbt; repealed.ecember 1
free white inhabitants of that part the powers of May,uf said rf8training| theatrical 1 or// other or the laws of tnis Territory. Passed, JOth; 1825: )
City, shall appoint all Cry officers public arubsethents trilhinvthe City Approved, Dec, lOtbl82S j '
cf the County of Escambia! comprehended 15. And be it further enacted, ,
; he shall, within tne limits to regulate and eslabhp markets g:1 j
within the That all Snes '
foHowir.gbnund11"ies f r ,
reiiures penal ,
of said City, nave and exercise all to license and reg /ate -the FLORIDA. .... 'CAal. .. ;. ,
that is to sav, bounded ties, and taxes imposed by the :- '-....&-::,- ->-::---- i
the and shall be entitled of' the harbor and -
powers pilotage to Q-eot .
on The South and East by the Corporation, snail be recoverable f"'WilY.Qt; J..
harhorof Pensacola, on theVet to all the fees and emoluments repair bridges, work housts, .houses accordingly to the amount, tnereol,t Copy .of ieupr from. '1 J. \J ;

b) Bayou Chito, OD the North by a 4 Jjsuceof 1atefortliis Ter. : of correction and other public before Justice of the JPeiCi., or ati ,, inrz.Esq. Ptl gaftoviho: ) "

line drawn North and East fromGalvtz' ritory and shall rec for lye his such servi.other buildings ; co: keep in fe air allnecessary ) court (if record, for the' .. use of Territory of.Florida, to' SlipC4iLTc7WAjLI <:5"*:1 -

spring to where the said compensation ,' streets drain and sewers the City, and if the peraun-- persons "- j itHfory
line will interi'-ct the Bayou fex- ces in said office as may be established and to pass reguttions necessary by whom tti, same shall be I I'X.. "R1NGTcrn.NL; 3$, 182gAs ; ,'

arf thence with' the said Bayou toFeasacoU by the said Board of Alder. I for the preservation of the due and unpaid, shall' be. non-re. :'$t ': P't"lr !ttr' i 15e.;)et. I'

Bay, shall be and theyare .men. I same, to provide: for the safe keep- sidents of the"City, or snail have of Florida. f deem. \ittrff ciu'' ;, .

hereby constituted a body politic 10. And be it further enacted, ihg of th' standard Wrights and absconded therefrom, the Corporation ty address,, you ofa soji ;/tth.e ." .

Mud corporate, by the name That the said Board Aldermen : measures fixed-by Congress, to snail have the 'same remedy subjects of Internal Imprpten pt.. -

and style of the City of Pensacola ; shall constitute a Board of Health regulate burying ground, to provide by attachment, for the recovery in that portion of.our empire,. nmediately l ,
and by their corporate name, may for said City and as such Board I for the licensing and regulating thereof, as is by law provided in iitider t the con.iroof.. .: I

sue and be sued infylead and be of Health shall have -.wtr to :I the sweeping of chimneys and cases of absent or absconding JroUr Department. ';. .* .
appoint the necessary officers and fixing the rates thereof, to .establish ldothisiiih the ct.nfi.
imploded, grant, receive, and do debtors. ... more;
all other acts, as natural personar, to enforce and carry into rffeciall : and regulate fire wards and ctice, because xriaW: 'y6ur, 'disposition -:, -

and may purchase and hold real, laws of the Legislative Council, fire companies, to regulate .and 16. Br it further enacted J That to .foUdi* ,the footsteps ,of, -

personal and mixed properly, or and of the said Board of Aldermen establish the jsize of bricks that dre the Corporation shall have fan your illultrious 'predecess'orV-is: .. ..

dispose of the same for the benefit regulating the quarantine of; to be made and used in this City, power and authority to keep in rr- expending to.every lection, ,of oftf.. 4,

of Ihe said City, and may have aud vessels, and for the preservationof to sink wells, and to erect and repair pair all public roads leading to country the fostering hand of. ,.. ,

use a City Seal, which may be the health of said City. pumps J in, the streets, to control the City, for the extent of three government; .Did' 1 need ,au apology ." .

broken or altered at pleasure. 11. And be it further enacted, anu regulate the use of the miles thereftom, and within the fbr trotibtingvjou at.this tim ; .

2 'And be it further enacted, That the said Board of Aluwi'men springs in the City, to establish same distance to establish and regulatf with\ a 'ong,. communication,, .I -
That the Government the City Sh3}( have power to appoint commissioners and regulate; the inspection of tobacco ferries, and may levy a_ tax should find .It in .thit-th4t- jhe! ,

shall !vrsted in a person, to be to select a qlla-ran.ine" cotton and salted provisions for these purposes, id SUCh manner Territory gt Florida' .distant. a"nd s

called a Mayorand in a Board of ground for the Harbor and Bay ol\ and other articles the guag and under'such regulations as tewlyauireu, i.I't. lIttle. known,.: .

I Aldermen, to be elected. in the Pensacola, and to pass all necessar) ing of casks and liquors, the storage they may conceive least burthen- and whilst. the.great States.. of the 11 '

manner, by the persons, and at the ry laws to prevent the introductionof gunpowder: and all Nay I some io thecitizt"nl, and best calculated 1JlitiD.have_ many .servants ,to.te. _..,: J.
times hereinafter directed. contagious diseases into said' and Military stores, riot the property for the general :good and present them here, ,and:idpromoto ; _

3. And be it further enacted, City, Provided, that no law shall' of the United States, to regulate elfare, of the City. ."1. their, inteiestsbya: ,Weight. ,..of isfiuendeand > _' i 'rJ

That all free white male inhabitants be passed whereby vessels corning the weight and quality of 17. &e it further inacted, Thai talents,..Florida,, has,noRepresentaUire ::71 .
of the age of twenty-one to the Port of Pensacola after the 'i bread, to t"x and license hawkersand the said Commissioners, previous*, but myself.. Whilst .

years'and upwtrds, who shall, have 25th dby October in each & t"'ei i pedlars, restrain. and prohibit ly to receiving any votes, shall generally they have Treasuries .&04 Sta&._ -

resided six whole months in the ry year, shall be subjected to qua. tipling houses and lotteries* to take an oath or affirmaaoo Sovereignties ,are free and jn.:

City, next preceding the day of rantine. II preserve the navigation of the before some person qualified dependent Florida is,an imtnedU...

election, and who shall be liable to 12. He .further enacted, That harbor and bay adjoining the Ci- to administer the same, that'they., ate ,appendage. of the GeneratGovernment'in

be taxed by the Corporation shall two thirds of the membrrs of the I, ty to erect, repair and regulate will, without f carat favor, faith a stale of prpyin 'r.

be qualified lo vote at the election Board o/ Aldermen shall be a quorum I public wharves, and to deepen fully and impartially cojidiic.! ,the cial dependance. I _'should J also J :
of Mayor and Aldermen of said to do business but a' smaller dorks and basins to provide (or 0.i City ; that the election shall Or number may adJ'urn from day to the establishment and supefinten- kept open from eight o'clock in appropriations of ,land, .rniade. by.. I

held on the first Monday of April I day"l they may compel the atterd- dance of public schools, to regulaie the morning 'till seven in the even Congress1..for accomplishment; ; ..

i in every year, by three Corn mis- dnce ol abs n1 members, in such and license ordinary keepers, inland no longer, tor the, reception of public work,far inferior.in ira ,

tionm, to be appointed by iheBuard manner and under such penalties retailers and ferries; to providefor of,: bailors on the closing portanc to_ .the. /,one 1. 'shall.. nave*=
of Aldermen, at least ten as they may by ordinance provide; the appointment of all such officers of the polls, the commissioners i the..honor to submit to yoaf" coa. | :

days beCore the day of each .eleclion. they shall a. tile their rules of proceedings as may (be necessary to execute shall close and seal their ballot .i, !rat oii.; and lithe employment; ] j

.., appoint their uwn officers the laws'of the Corporationand boxes, and meet on the day: following at,this i tjine of')lje,, ngineirf," un ? I

4. And be it further enacted, regulate their respective fees to affix their compensation ,; in the presence of tht; der tne act of the last session ia> Ii

That ull free white male citizens and remove them at' pleasure ; Provided hat no law or ordinance Board of ,Aldermen. when, 'the the..!surveys. and, esiirpa'CS of.'pttb t
Ort;tjw United States of twen.y-five they shall jude of the election shdl.be- passed, granting a salar), seals,shall'be'broken and:thf votes 'lie iD'provemeDts,"although-."high*. I II

}tara. or upwards, who shall be returns and qualifications cf their per diem allowance or fees, to the counted, and the May shall give ly btue&ci".I, not to 'be xo&patedwith I

houst'-keppt'rs, and who shall have own members, and may, with the members* of the l oard of Alder notice to: the person* 'having' the the one its, ,which I .shaji,. tespectfillyinvite *- .

rt.%itlrd i'ne year in the City next concurrence of ihree fourths of the men ; to Open, extend, alter:, regu. greatest number uf votes, of their 'your.attentionIt : ',' J

rr' 'ding the day of election whole, expel any member for; disoroerly late and pave the streets within being duly e ,ed,' shall cuse; is..kriow.Kio yoQtlrat''tfreTefnritory I /

Jhall be eligible lo the office of! behavior or mal-Conduct the limits of the did City, and lo public notice .thereof' to be insert ,
Mayor or Aldermen, provided in 3. ,n t'iJesL boondedtby .

thtt nothing inthis act contained the same offence \ they shall keep ings or ruins therein ; 'Provide/ in th*' City, or IrJ ere be no newspaper b.t ZiiU.. .| Abft>Mexico. .o w ;tl". t# .

|b.11be coustru..d to deprive of journal' of their proceedings and they make to the person or lIe/- ,theq_,in' the. rnanfleF'whCh.: ::West,.;and,on iheEaitbthe-. !*. tIaiiic. .

Ihrtf fights and privileges, such enter the yes and nays on an) SODS, who may' injured by sufb/ m..y be determined on: by toe ;Fcom: I.i r (0.. .

pmansas were inhabitants of this question, resolve or ordinance, at, extension or'' alteration of :joe Mayor. Tampa.B ,t, ..J ,!rq c' 10oJ ;
% me reqirestLof .two members movll'or i ;St. I :a Ai. r .*' ,
TrrrltJry at the, time the any streets or btthf.r, I1Ch :
of Government. change and their deliberations shall be buildings or.ruins,, just, ,and ,dequateCompensationto 18. Be it further,enacted. Thatin :etght.. 1nclrcd .gjJe J', there t. .
public and all case no election"shall be holden.nocut ,.afesacbo4gd, sOrcI7
acts \
5; ..lind'6t It further enacted from :uaaroid able. !.a the .1ki ,
causey: etiieentflnhe&Coafl'
passed, by the Board ,.otAldermewbhalI1&e tamed .by tile .4erdictoiaiaipar" ; ." .
:rnu .
the whole number of Afdera : time pointed out by Ahisa.c. 'tlsP. v"of'VR'drf1r aIiW lbo 'r"
submitted to the' Mayor hal jury to be summoned f or ,that I '
*& elected shalU nine and that : cBarier'oT thie .Cqjfiorationi_ahall -from vAier % ai.'r.fbi ; ",
for, iis approbafron, and when approved purpose, out, of the : fun&H :the 1tthe.St "
'heaid .. be forfeitcdv iY t.
erection f Mayor and,Alrocn notthat: account f' to, t ;.ot.% WAD Ijo ,' :
\\ : shall bt made by ,JbaUotn. by birr shall be obligatory,' Corporation) or": ,py.jfissessmeiitupon but it ',hall' be, the', duty of the: "JohnV::r* r>.tocoiaect, .tneofAheG6tf ;..at ... .. '
as, such, but1 if the Myor3t11notapiroveof such Vnd' in ..c '
ih'att.be. held : : persons. (to name another dayrfor; : and,ine.Ailaaticdistihce The .
t' such place, ; Mayor .
hintbeCiiyasthe.said. Com uch ordinance or ,act, manner as the]. sale? ,Board fcf Ak holding: the, election. ai ,near,.:a&> across the peninsula) 'is 'i
he shall return_ the samefivedays'with within! dermen may direct ;' .which said the pointed out "' II
Inllalonerl shall appoint. convenient pne said to be'alj tit.Mnety 'pilsand 1.
6. And, be it further. : his reasons in wiit-. jury shall be.summoned/of E b ,the 'by, .inii,actrand ,,,hdt.9aidIw! I t i..r4. J1 !&' !, a \ .!" ,b f. 'T' ..: : !
enncjed, '
if hirdso1 cam
therclor Sberifffthe I ;
ing and twa County
'flt1 the, Board! of Aldermen tion shall be.aafalidif n.4'jl K I.;, ,W *,of both,**said'tftbf: ;one. ,: t
shall f
the Board of Alderrnefr HPConsideration bia hii dr pVW W >: irtuc tIhe a
on or '
bay ,bca
s'amiiA4 t\t" by Q
thd vtrP.: n.'ire.i ; !
"t power to fill vacancieV in thereof approve the from', 'Mayor oof*tain. r' "1 ,( ,., : :- : ,
precept rl't '
; 0a1yi12.mtles "Tlinviee
tle1rown rt 'f -t lr_ z r-
boiy,. .by causing dcc. same,'it shall be in force,':ip. like Cityj:from<1tT ng.te 4isit rEat pr ',.. 7
.top to" hp' made,; in the, :manner as-if. he.had' it. ed. prr5on'PsidICgL :hhiB ihasidCityljahalt ':; '19::'Sf'U'!furhp; :i gcfed1T hat. dicbsigeais lrjJI: 'cusar.. ,
,) manner : approved: : : av'wucb *I! .4be -;
ieren dttcted, O\tt of IbecitIens 13i Bi' iifurrheciracedTtaitshal1e : : .: t,. : be,' UaJl f* .doIereisje1Or1r u. case.dfth bs hce t.il,ath. -r*!, i -,...l"Irp_ 3 t7- '- _.1' ; M' :": /
tbrand .
; itfd'tfill rl tiC''aJd; )la rptbe .IP'C' .: ; ru.
said cifice.T. the 'duty .of the, Mayor : *iflLi'tLQft .ignatiOfl* .. : : : Jt .. .
:Th' **?* ** ie further' EnactEd,I to see that :the> f4CoorationieduiyrzecIted jilfhis, t Territory fl1t ,' _p u \.Pieilefltof A 'u I e. jtba".IA ack4qar.';..;', '' f. ;; : '1:
the r ''J ntll; ivcud'. excrciae4 Probable 2 '. .': :
Mayor ubfl'tfJt$1 .
and "
Aldermen .
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4 'dilute :qf"' >itUifg,I'O. .tt .ttrI4ofarCniove alr. ; ,lia: dih aiamia4i.p.el Jt Itiidi&to' : : ) 5 %
t t- th : ;
ratfe "to avoid'tbsi ii':J. t't.4 i.t the*. ell"1 pc tio.i '. 41 .
24or6 ) : .
4: cay ? rh direction;with coBiiderablety veIbci' no.J
: I : I" M' .. : }
,of :Ltf fedits! ,1i p.Mta : 1' ;:1ftT: Ide. -\ ,:Y ";'O.1' t
si.*oiitied the; *treant\#:or ': interest :ofti :around ieAtliMic coiatmthcbafikiofNewfadrand.
j ; ; presented ImrttOth4subect '
deep; ,'
: :
ioEo etbcr'pohttl".ore Jtdvanta-, iasiitated that thc'.congregatedeaitbtntL : g iti ti .f' ,
1 gOvernent itself anciof, ap i ,. and 't,::' .
and intellect of fled
: phs fur its comraeBCCdent : : te
that a'communicationonce the
: ,States west of jheAiIegbany.! parent, therefor4 respeclfol ,
, .. thwd be united and directed the COT3WCatto .
then .
people *
: :: may present ,
telves and'skillrul vto the, I diffusion of general 1 thio.k..1 h +c sbown, .i it.',to be the effected. through, ;theninBttfa But at this "time, ,It ,ii, .iP.oui.
to iotelligeat
'wode.of.suppresn Pr ,.the waters, Which ,have F b2e to causMhe "
,,: I. Engineers, who'may ordered to good t. %ricn individual --means most efficaHrfus inspection re. ,
hicb'they the greatest accumulation on 'that quest, as the
3 those seasyiu means
: would fail.' It is for this too that piracn and person
; the spot; but I am assured the o
arenited, by deserting the part of the coast of the, gulf, would under the control of this'
the distance of has oughrtohave Depart.I
canalling will our government ,
} themiblye'a11d forcing themto seek an, outlet by.a gentle. current, ment are both' *antlng.it .
: j exceed the\Ialt ,mentioned dis ,the;power, in ,its confederated seas Should
? \ seek mire honest subsistence, similar to the one on the Bahama be the pleasure of Congress &
tance. union, that the national means a : t ., \ withundivided by diverjitHj...lhecommerce, on I banks.' These facts, however, can i place under the'control of the Exe
Thef..ciHuieso1 this might be applied alternately,
4 "
' ; FitteDtoa safer chan be made known' to when the cutiye the
bich they *j you necessary means fop
at visible from to the perfection
once an examination strength, I
4, of the map.; its advantages ; of,e>ch nf its parts, in all thepower'of nel. At' St.t Augustine',', or the levels are ascertained by skillful Lcountry making further surveys of":'6ttr)
.s Sti John's *b< re our engineers with mathematical cer- the
to mind national weallhV energFandjatercourse. mouth. of the. i I measure you ,.uggeli
a comprehensive "
would flow into the AtIlantic tainty. Should it be found will claim its earliest
I will readily qccurfrgm the same We are nut a commerce upon attention, '
:I i inspection. TheTargest portion nation soldiers; ; and, but for an ( you [well know, sir,. thereare 0I exatnination that the current from 'with. every prospect,from its mag. 1

# : i of East Florida is a peninsula,four object:such as this, our union, in I no iifands! or forest., or imbecile -i iI the gulf' to the Sti Johns was too nitudeyof'a favorable decision.' ,1 '

-. or five bundled miles from the_ I time of peace,',would. hang on the I o, gofcrnmcnls, to "h.they" strong for'' a vessel to stem, the : I am, very respectfully,Siryour...

#$i Georgia line on the Northiocape wearied limbs of the confederacylike could fly for! protection. It is all I distance isso short that steam obedient servant,

: Sable on theSouth_ and only ninety rusty coat of armour, unseemly abounUess, and friendly ocean, too boats would rapidly ply along,ihe Jamea',Harbour. / "'

, i. .. from East'to West. The pro to the eye and burthensomc reinotf from their harbours to channel, as they now do in the Hon.Jos. M. WHIT, "

t l duce of tbe Western States roll- to the shoulders. e dreadiheir: presence Mississippi,and tow"'the labouring 'Delegate from Florida, .

: i>i down ,the Mississippi, and 'It is estimated that the produce -\V<' have yet further claims on vessel to its destined harbour. Ii now at Washington '. '

'j that of the'States of Mississippi, boated down the Mississippi alone the fovernment for assistance. will no: escape you that vessels "*Pur Readers will please refer to '

i Alabama, and Georgia, and the amounts to nearly.one third of all The youthful l Republic of Mexico con'ing' around theCape, from the, last week'J Gazette.forsome remarks car oa

.Y ,, Territory of Florida, by their nu- "he exports of'the United States. l has already signalized its indepen- easrward,*would avoid the influence the preceedfng, copied from tbe Nation **.

. DH'ruua rivers, pass into the Gulf This, passing into the Gulph, dt'iie by a projected ship-channel], of this stream for one thou Journal.-- ----Editor-- m.'(3azeue,- *

ii. and along the coast of ,Florida, around draws its wearied,way around the comecting the waters of the Pacific sand miles, where it is most dan .JJl1SCELL-- .ltJ'Y.- };.;.

.. : : the peninsula, twelve hundred i capes of, Florida to the Atlantic ana Atlantic, through thr erous. By this scheme Cuba ---- ,-.'-

; miles By a canal or tho- coast. By the proposed canal, Istimus orNi arilgfJa. This done, ceases to be what she now is, the Nt'IIJ Fire EnglnA rnechanj : -

the distance would beT thecouirnerce of the southern torititunt key to the Gulf of Mexico. The '
; : rough cut, : : more than a thousand miles of at lierne, is said to have invented

. shortened about one thousand. : sailing would be saved-the manifold w >uld disembague itself in trade of America would then pass a new fire-engine, of such extraordinary

:. The navigation around the capes dangers I have enumerated the Gulf of Mexico and pass direcfly by neither of her coasts, and into powerthat the column of

4 -. of Florida is the most dangerous shunned, and the frequent wrecks, aloug) tne coast of Florida.Tlmi whatever hands she may fall, whether .water It sends out, will, at the-distance

: ; on the American coast. The Tortufjfas resulting in the ruin thousands, not only he Western States, the patriots who now threatenher of 100_ feet, "easHy'lrea1t.up' ,

I bank,. Florida reefs, and totally avoided. ,I would ask, if who' trutie !directly through the shores, or remain under the do- the pavement of the, street, untile

; J. ,. shoals of the Bahamas, combined these are not deep and important Gulf and around the ,Peninsula to minion of Pirates who have Song : the houses, and deswolisb their i

.: with the depredations of 'pirates, advantages ? If these are not appallicg the Atlantic, are interested in the governed her' councils, is of no masonry up to the 'second floor. '

:; occasion to our citizens an annua rebponsioilities for that go Florid ana), hut, make It a ship moment us, who have by this Itvwould .be difficult to say from

loss ettimutpri at five hitnrltfd vtrnnru-nt io'-i*"u", who will le uvclinger Channel llJr thorough 4*u*, *nfi th.. found aD nail I.., nf out fn, i\;. wnlCll a'jiuoi HoMac-hoUlo*...-...,,!I.- '.

; : thousand dollars.! It would bt I undone, a work so cheapin whole fivMtrn section of our seacoast tant alike from each section uf her have most to apprehend -his

: .' needless to say that this canal ur th? execution; so deply freighted an) country, ')y a shorter treacherous channel. dwelling on fire, or such an engine

cut would furnish a safe :navigation with blessings to one half of hs navigatta, a safer and bdrr" i have now endeavoured to pre- at work to subdue the flames.

L 4 as well as: a short one, and population ? I would ask if this through Florida to the Gulf, and sent the facilities, advantages, and .- -

.i thr annual loss ve now sustain : would not stab deeper into the vitals through icaragua to the Pacific, practicability, of a channel through Charleston, Nov. ,16.-Medical ,

xy,ulu! be doubly, perhaps fourfold _piracy, than Lny &rmamem will! find m outlet for their com Flurida. If I have trespassed too Lecture.On Monday, the Uth .

4 sufficient to complete it. government can equip ? No I mt'rce. The. mouths into ihe long on your lime& ut'.entionl'heg inst. in accordance with notice

1 would leave Gulf ofMntico of he two channels 10 look to the importance: of
'j / beg strongly ta naval force can approach their : ; you previously published,* the annual

i;: call your *itenti..n to this subject, haunts, embosomed creaks,.fotsts I as pnposed by the projectors the subject to the deep interests course of Medical .ExercisesrvaV ,

I. at'the present moment. Congress and morasses. No piratical are nearly opposite to each other involved, of the Territory, the opened this City, ,by an intro -

.; at the last session, appropriated !force Ciin approach our commerce i and commerce would be saved government, the' union, and the ductovy Lecture from Dr. Dick.

: t \ thirty thousand dollarsto 'make ; embosomed in a canal through the I around the coast of Mexico,of world. The necessity, of extending son, in which he took a cursory ,
estimates and for:Internal) I uatimaiaynd' Horn four settlers-! ine inducement" to .,
i ; surveys heart oi our country The isLnds Cape to emIgration VieW of the institutions for scaT*

P. r. Improvements on an extensive that afford them shelter are approached thousand 'miles of perilous navigation ; ufproJ..cingour coasts demi<:education, and the solid: .1

. I plan ; and, whilst we are yet a I 'no longer, add the vile and <)ore than one thousand now so much exposed-of'extend tude with which they are improved

.* !. Territory, that the withering doc. I trade is des'royed by robbing around the Capes of Florida. ing to the trade of your western by the cummunity gener Uy.i .-

',. trine ofSiale rights may not blight Ilnf'1 of their victims. Such ports .1 hope, sir, thtse will not be considered country the protection of your i "The Doctor stated particularly

-<. ;i.. the hopes of a rising country, Wes i JCey West will no'longer be a 'the day-dreams of a visionary parental care-of breaking up the, the requisites to be. sought for by

fi,. ask yuur aid. After the survey is grave-yaro for our brave seamen, projector. The practicability nests of hornets who invest our Medical Students,or their friend), "-
.. t completed, such an appropriation and the occupationof their shorts of the scheme would be manifest trade, by making it our interest to in the selection of an institution ..

(il-: as was made by Congress 'o connect will cease with the cessation of I .o your Engineers, on an inspection desert those seas in :which, alone at ivhich to prosecute their pro*

i' : @:. the waters of the Musking- their cause and necessity ; our navy of the country ; the 'expenses they can harbor theOl&ehes-of fessional _studies -the studies they ..;
:'l 14 urn with the stream of the work be the influence the r
Cuyahoga, a I may then breathe a purer atmosphere cannot compared counteracting should pursue-and the necessary', .
J.'" i :1. of LA. Erie, or the one sun e- and boast a nobler ser ,with any other canal, because Gulf Stream, in the intercourse corresponding objects of attentions ,.....

*( qUt'ntl) made to connect the W"., vice. no similar experiment has frnm East to West-of facilitatingthe with many interesting and useful, :.,

._t "f bash and 'tne St. Mary's, and the 'been nude,: an estimate from the intercourse by mail of our distant : remarks and illustrations., ,
Plin and Chicago into These, sir, are some few ':of itsadvautaesin I '
:i t flowing expenditures in ti.eexcavation of regitns-ofgiving to Government Courier,
} I Lakt Michigan, will be entirely adrquale. -' time t)I -peace ;' but, canals through the granitic and in time of peace or war, the a ;

nil 'I: should our happy country be a- calcareous regions, it -will readily facilities of universal internal Mr. Beauchamp who was taken'", '
visited with
the calamities of
l'ht. &, : The great duty of'a government gain occur to you, would be entirely transportation ; and, finally, ren- upon suspicion of ha>ing 'a'sSaSSi.-,
i. / is to defend Territory commit.Er. war, we have, from Massachusetts fallacious. The soil through dering the commerce: of all nations,' 11-'led Co,. Sharp, at Frankfort.,-t,

I ted to its charge, and its fitst policy to Mississippi, from Mississippi which this [would pass is, .of the that trade in that quarter, tributary Kentucky has been discharged-! :*". :
to from '
::1 to'invite emigrati to itn borders. end description' denominated by the to our shores, by making it nothing appearing, on his ex mj, \ .
the other of
The United States have in one to our widespread geologist, red sand and river allu their interest to pass from east to uatioi), to warrant,bis detention'r "..

;k.. Florida about twenty millions of empire, oue connected vion, passing below where thr west, from west to east, from one He has voluntarily offered to remain '. '-, .
chain of internal
3! acres: of land. These have been mountains terminate near the Gulf, great ocean that circles the globe in Frankfort ten days, to:>
The most distant sections of
i partly surveyed, and one :inconsiderablesale then our with few undulations, and requiring I to-the other, directly through our give an opportunity for ann w 'f .

effected, and much of country their: products may without interchange the hazard in all probability, no locks or soil. Such, Sir, are some few of'the evidence to be brought forward a ; .,' .
1 k it is yet unknown and unexplored. '
aqueduct The advantagesofa Florida channel
greatest argument bentiaeLe .
of -Georgetown
foreign aggression. The trade gains
By this canal, emigration would .
in favor of that 1 have
a thorough-cut or attt"mpted'Inlprr- 1
: of the North and New York M M
1 : bV will
i invited to the interior and :
'j' the canal ship' channel without locks, acrossthe' fectly to press upon jour attention, A friend has requested us to call JI
1tb. pass up great to Lake
..I.. J us ''progress to' the rich peninsula will he found in the The undivided interests of a
: Erie and from the itteation of Fire Companies.
.. streams w'uu" which it would thence through the '
l. com- situation uf the,Gulf, and thereon- empire lik' this always
mighty are arriv-1
Ohio Canal and elsewhere the
inunicaie. Farm houses and vilJstfes to New Orleans ; and here to .1
from sequences resulting from the foci' pressing and urgent ; and of the when the muliiph- '.
would in thence, through an internal ,season,
spring what is ,
up that the waters of the Gulf are now that our climate is most
which cation of fire in dwelling*. ,
How a wilderness, and I the tide of navigation I shall have the our
honor higher than the Atlantic by several to the health of strarfgers, and increases 1he.dan0,
r population roll on to the shores of to submit in some" future : workshops, ,
,1- the ocean. Land which are"now compiunicfftion, to JdohiJ ,.Ji'nta" feet, owing to two causes : the: i would beg leave to suggest the ger to property from: .f he .ravage$, '
cola and the of Florida irupicvlr trade wind blowing from: propriety of ,an immediate survey, The
v a lake or morass, would bloom coast and of jhat destructive clement
the coast of Africa in that direc- -that the report may'b. made before
the rivers of Companies'sHbuTd all, carefully
-r up numerous Alabama
with .
nr otton. ,
lion, and. impelling the waves in the end of the session and
:4 It is notin this alone that and Georgia ; and these States inspect their apparatus, see/
a canal i the for .twelve 'hun
: would'benefit the ...' by the same route, will send back. same course the great work, teeming with that it is in proper order, to .'answer *
_ dred leagues until encountered by' blessings to thousands, be. '
; It would give to her means and their sugar, rice, fruits,cotton.:and, may instant call for its use. The
the wind
east the water is heapedup consummated. I
facilities defence which the timber. The government would hint may be,useful, and it is not
,. nature
\ inJ.the circle or what is call- could here add.Sir
; t I :; ofi'her coast has denied it find a facility aid safety in, the 'hat our government the less worthy of,attention, that
; ed
by the natives cut de sac, has abandoned the imposition of ,
r ; would make her portsnhe depots transportation of soldiers and munitions i t came to',us from an officer an
formed by the shores of Mexico of taxes for the
I.1 t of foreign wealth and the of war, hitherto so much purposes Insurance CompayJYa'i-,11/:
emporium Louisiana and t'lorita.-- of wniist : t.
f. i. of,western desired, and by the introduction revenue ; and \ye rely for : .
$ j lo'thc- : immense Iei f steam, which n____ already______, !_lnrea.dfl.... ____ This is accounted for, as you t/iat/ object 'on impoM, and custom II Fronthf"yatio n"JJo4 .

.. I profit would government accrue, from an the increased its benign influence over the world, have no dou; t observed, by philosophical house duties, there are no meansso General Lafayette.\V*. fiD!

!", I writerson the:same principles certain to increase them, as the the of a'Breakfast
,1 value of lands extending to the noblest, objci-.s of following' account
thousand ; art, and not disdaining the mean- of at alogy as the Hoodtidein ; opening of new ports and con- ,given by MrrBeasiey;'the A*

!f' many acres may he reclaimed -, The the Mednulation teranean, and the accu- structing new channels of com Inerican Consul Havret0 Gen
:.., from inundation and est. transportation of the at 4..r
r a I waters in the harbour And whiUl believe after
mailwould of merce. that Lafayette the. morning ,
expedited and on
: considerable
' ;, saving by, what the I > rO"1-
Marseillesand the Red sea at such incalculable'benefits will .. ,. K
result the landing of tlie veteran. ',
: b would no longer be :the m rct', communication, trade, anda \ }
accessary, Sif z. To this be added an from the the iate
: 'j expensiveequsprnent of vessels for common interest, unitetogetherby may work., proposed: will be perused with much ? .
auxiliary cause, the discharge of millions who will, be enriched will '
the suppression :>>piracy.. This a chain_ of gold, the east and,i \ rest by our,readers. generally...
all the waters of the tributary never fail to .remember in their
canal has muth higher claims wesi-shiver$ the fabric of sectional /fjvrr, October 6. Genew'jila: *'

::" the attention, of the government to "prejudice j and bring, by the an- streams into' the Gulf; this, howe- benedictions the munificent government I layette has.tbU morning'ieft,..for

's than ,the single injerefsts of nihilation, space and distance, verit.. of'm'inor'impurtance I in producing ,which achieved it. -P 'ris. The,BMind1- inc, 'Amcri .
; the
the settlers \ the<< constant current kbown 1 have the' honor to be, with with G I'
Territory can give it. the Western on opposite frontiers : can frigate, the : to: mariners. by the gulf stream, high considerations of :
i States of our Union vital into immediate neighborhood with respect, son and suite on -ard. "arri e.a.
j: .. ly interei ie "nrthe'tneas4ire;-rnIVli each,other. when its extent and magnitude is I your obdt srrvt. here yesterdayafter: ,a,, .passage oftwentyrfivr '

: .,issippi rolls its majestic Bar, sir, in.the. now enl ghtenedihough"1ar : considered the',fact: and of when we advertto Joseph M White., daya froim'vHanjpt
ihat, all me streams '
: Roa He. eivecTwitn &
course through four thousand of'' I II" s. was rec )

flte* miles of-pur richest, Territory ; 've tment, it has, policy been deemed our sufficient go that flow i iito$, toe is Meditrranean taken off a Copy of a Ie tIer from the SECRETARY (cf y:,demobstvaXioi{qf atucbnvent
greater-quantity '
by *
the numerous branches which contribute for the construction of'a vaporajiont) :I OF WAR, to J. M. WHITE! and respect,but vrithout coofuiionor .i
is :
which demonstrated
: loiu grandeur are, themselves public work, that it' was !attended by the 'influx, of -I E.. "I' :riot:>r't_tnkJrjd. Madame: 0e9.Layetg.a .
waterat the
:t mighty rivers, running from ,with local advantages alone. The WAR DxrAKTinirr, Nov.29th, 1825. fieranjiabJB. ; femllf
of Gibraltar. Whatever ,
: : tbrt\ort and from the south,'from grand canal of New York, which straights mayieihcspeculations. in SIR : 1 have' the honour to acknowledge have'been .in .,Hire $?:s.opfr daft
the east and west, fertilizing:' the pours'into her like regardto the receipt of"your'me; ,awahlsig his.arriva;."aiitf'as, oQ.,

:4, regions:throygh which they flow, fabled lap ot Treasury Dans showers,! the, of tb cause of the elevation thewatinof1the moir, dated, on the. 28th instant, as the::frigatp, ws&partchQri: :the7wtt ; ,
fact' is ,
and connecting, by the links ,of gold, is local and inius' o gulf,. one disclosing the cr benefits which onboard iu,"Iteam .cU tc
partial '
clear that it' seek its -
must equilibrium wo ld result from canal ',
a to becUt' iIdJfreturned'tothir1
commerte, the whole ..western The hundred receive him They
F tlnall. of m some direction. This .it '-f.
through the Territory of Flo. 'antt the: 'pi$7
world. f .. England jvhich"intersect .
that cannot do between Yocatan and : -' -
IfiDa.tractofinternainaviga. Ida:, by which a short and safe: :were eleTgalii cniertained r..f.'i .,
country are local and par ial.alaoad ; Cuba, b<*: ule the double: >
: current passage ,might be 'substituted. for bfMf:de laoclie ., rej
{ house
& tion so ., ,and diffused I so whbv the : .
: of
contemplated air and water sets in from thirl.
tbe:,present circuitous and 'tl r.Jbf'. 'gta-
I jdahge ,
Its wealth facilities e.tte e
spreading junction Ohio, d. '
ErLe of Chesapeake : *
: quarter channel Left ,
; is
i, t. and its blessings, over moun- ana, the Delaware and 'tjii'North fl thexnly-side ofCiba root,one around the Florida,:Cape ; tulationajdf.- h : ifD : { J 4/;\
J. j on 'alongtfie and,rcccuamcnil&fr: :to the3.atte.n- jtfe''higbei !' '':
,ains plains and desrrts the pio- these: form a.sufficient peared :
( : pu1s. to Florida coast'andcLaueI
: .. f.fthe tibn of the'Executive, so'far;as :to : :fh1I. : =. :
spirit :
:<<. cer otcetcrce snail meet with their'construction, : O. ..l..

i:: <4 "* 1.-\- -. r Dab.1u ,being: unobitructcdlM5ut'oh\tm icC. :, lulolluce.1 i' -.. "&lie. CQ-' ,"QSt. ......'fa!.! f'r,t

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,, FIRST :' --a- .- L vorroer --
Con' '. tern fBiBlinijjtcjr,,end the lawst41tligfli f repairs tailed > i for "
> a\a. 19, 1Ietab n-eQlnr1 t a.choic ytfttrriay oIi \
tbeAmeftn } .
v \10NQ"\\ : '
; family JohD'rr.1:: tf&g. 1 at.t.oJke be folk '' a..
.waIrI. 1 WCiiuteeii 41 with .file'. t{. W-bt' u. a
i b.III Gt.D' Aod.$ hi; : : iferdto: ,the, i.e:;Judi.cak -
: Morris, ineteenth Q pngteO C 1t 6 ; .. ... .fI'.. IG',,": "
I Commodore $ ., Louis 'U., i: !''i'. ... r .f .. :... .: :' .
M'Lanei.134 7.
.Se&tterbg,4 $ ; .
,, : ; : "It! ; ..
"' ""t f-Lf ,.. .. ... "
,.!Ift \lIc I FIRYTSB8810h. : 1& I : : ..Jr, ,1ft. .. ,. ..'' .....-j" -.. "
EcaD. solved
of' re .IfAt .rf fIw: i' : : .
w.: r1hatuckot df' Clptat"\l .- a
: ;
c. biji' ltac1t t.
pUOfl SENTE. 19g Methbe97.b.t5&cbocJobn : : =" ; ,. ;. { ;
: ;.t,16C1rher old exceidS Dec '5'11 1825.- :.... r99- Rea- ,.reiPectstk) 'I 'V_ !i I att ttd."al .
Monday, W.-Tayl % 3pbel1-2.. .m4.I J/ 4 .
at.ot. .
.4 ;. It.Nolh1. oftbis eDPiheresidence The- Vice Prt.idenl: took the Louis M'Laqe, 1 144, I A. StfcvensoiJ5, of th 'mUiiary\ .post at .tdt.lJe ott the .6'h Int. Tht ., ,L :-: '. *' J, '
'ltE orms il Scattering,. 3| \ ... Colqrabia fliter't left 4Kat Jjlacc:the di .{ .f : "
chair at 12. clock, and appeared ? *and the 'expediency, of ft, next. .. t. { : }:
on the Mr. 'raylo* having providing for hCI".I.:
aildlCII. lIurl % received a ; .naa '.Utter -<
i. :
wui present: / :
r that a quorum for themoreperfrct <1: -tl:
$ girdenjmaidic majority of votes, was conducted 'exploring'of was:to have ;
- ,ric,1I .Ub a of 39 memb 1"'. tbe' remained there "3hree": : S
or the "a yj1W' or the ,own, consisting. received 'from to the chair,. when, he' returned NcmlvWeat' C .at"ot" Americii 'or. four. 'days when'he .would tbea*
toI I A message was bi referred to ,a Seject Qbm. ; ;1M
( hi opp- thanka in'th'el| fol1&wjngterms : f depkrt for Norfolk. J' -
the Seint dis0Ce. the"Huue of Repreientatiyea ,by GtIetnrn-.Wh R aoJved,' That 10'much of the ,. 4J ? i' .
oItbo in the rj 'I see around -. Republican t
;J.! tht sea Clarke announcing that a 'I n4 i 14LHc.. ;
and Mr. 1
as relatcI'to : T41 : 1
Clr- the ..,. -1 ,
bI' rardrll; "lrDI, assembled ; that the me so iiuny RepreseDiativeswhose Public ; .. .' ;.;
\fal Lands .:
'blS '
II quorum be referred :
flags or Fr4DCCdAm' the Hun. JohnV. virtue' and ,talents adorn to the Charleston 2nd Iltc.- > -' '. ....;. ..4 r .
.iB) the such House imd elected Co",'. on the P b1ir'Lands. < > .f'
melted ID oQr country, whose services at Havana'papers Ifiiri .
was'pitCh \ Taylor vf New York, its speaker Resolved) That ult." '- :'K- .
much of f
: so
ibe home and abroad in the. cabinet said "
\Yfle.rC'cehr.d: ( office .
.- I .
it to yesier .; -
ready !
.nd that was proceed Message
;IRDcr aiiO pith this magnificenl business. and the field,. in halls of legisla. as, respects 'a National'.University 'l. day; b> the hrig.'ftary.The. >pamsh ; ._
,,;as mOlt to tion and judicial tribunals, have:l'' an Astronomical ; 'qudronidsiined for t
the .
The banquet On motion by Mr. Smith, it was er''!&s\ur1; t-t....r..d.tn.. re* .. '. "
** aDd.lbe aRm'led andcheerl.larsa neolTJcd That a committee largely contributed to our national lect Com. ., k.C! I'.vrpT *garrison of St. Juan-had .1.4 '

It'lt.did. 'If the aifli- the p.trt'ur the&ti- proaperity, I am penetrated with Resolved That returned (Ha%ana,'wilHii\itfiC ei ..,b7 .
;racefU1 who was lhe objtctIc appointed on cummiiw gratitude for the favorable opinion so much of said ing their obj 1t, a"i"tHe "7 rxtcai|' -

i 1 l" ,ccr1H' Dlcaltd aD air of ate, in concert with' a which has recalled me to thisdistinguished Message as relates to Commerce, squadron ws too strong ( r-ih m. I 't
eomm of the" House ,of Reprfsentatives, be referred to the Com. on Com Jf .
ilo 10 the whole st tioo. lf.brieC the Mexicans can maintain. :their. (.
rnJuymrnt of tht
itt! "lainP'WMrf. to wait on the serwd rather merce. naval superiorii for' little while I .
1. 'A. aa Ibe experiencehaa loassure a : :
Ihe u 'oer** afld1pltI11.t Unied: i States, and notify him thata mr that dl&\it's'are arduous Reiolved, That so. muchof'said the castle of ,St. Juan:,:must fall *. ;. % t" ,

off 10 Pari. A guard quorum of the to hounea j is as- I than to ere ute confidence in Me.ssjge as relates: to Revolution. The" sam return of thequad'r l \ ;. :.r .
and ready to receive: from ary Pensions and the .
st-mblfd, to various '
CUBsiung of many gene he my abili y to discharge them to laws was more than was .expected .at .....: ,..; -
; that
communication may 01 '
'im subject be referred
Jhonor ,
the >, mounleo on any your I.J.1ftjtbfl.: Every effort, Havana, as there 'were great ,fears ; .

drne! ; !U heir riige. be pleastd lo make. however, vI'which 1 m capabl, toaseUuCom.Rr that it had fallen into the power ;:- .,
tlteback Mr mitn, 4ucl l Mr. Lloyd of solved, Thai ao much of said of .
ebdtnem ; I I the Mexicans.:
or the town, and shall be: faithfully directed to merit -Mercury.vo .. .j-
1 nile out Mts.; WIT appointed lhe com. tm 1 Message as relates to \V t' ght3 .f.*
In the Po ----
complex : .
toH.nfftur. support. '
your '
-U the part '>f thi- g"1.ih' questions frequently presented to and M mures, be referred ,,to a seleci / de fr.:-Some time .ago a ,*' ..
Dfe. 6th. Con.
;D Ja j Tuetday, I tne chair for prompt decision, : man threw himself into a. canal iu :' *,.*:
Nt'\\ II Resolved That
\lml Mr. Dicktrbnuo! Jrsry, is so much of Lmcchrshirtand was drowned SAn '
unerring accuracy scarcely ii:

--r f UBCfitt. Ett31.l825_ ..:- ()ff..' ed lhe following resolution: forconstderation. tainable. When mistakes occur. said Message as respects the Executive inquest was immediately sum :
Departments be referred :
-== moned and the jury with
I best endeavors shall not bt'wau'ting one ex*
Ytr" ,.nlt Jzt rllodrl'Stand Resolved That the 30h( rule Forconducing my ti> a sclci Com. _
-ss=B Mn ithut lo correct them, and to ceptiun only, were unanimous in .
Col. 'White has I the business of the whateyer injury they Resolved, That so much.of said their verdict Feb de te. This' :

Werocured that the Mail should be sent Smate: be so amended, thut instead repair have occasioned. With an anxious may- 'Message as relates to the resolution '.findi Ig" would nut uit nini atil ,>

t111] fead of semi-moutbly, to I'alla- I cl a Com. of Commerce and Man- desire that countenance of Congress of 1799, for the and so he boldly expostulate r< .

the CipHal of this Territory. fact urrs'there' be two standing your erection, in the Capitol) of
a monuir.cni with the .
and advice will not be withheld -- -- ..- coroner --- con ,'"
S Cunmitteesonr Commerce and I to uenerai Washington, .bt :Vmd ,
that man/f//, fth i' '
and that the of you sea _
,riJa ,JTI:1-Those: our Patrons, just expectations referred .
fin;' oT l nufacturl"l.Mr. to a select Com. -
when he found'i'til
ofu. of Conol i"
LVC t" La1lJt be fulfilled in was
tu rr constituent*
'J'Io1li.t1: Van Uicu, vf Nw Y...U, our may Resolved .
Leifisjit.ve Counvi That the said 4
ihsUtewviionofthe select :
our legislative labors, I enter v
that we commenced thetiiucitionoftlieminourlast. Ia\e notice thai on Tuesday next upon Committees
rill observe duties ol"this have leave tu report The reason why jo few marriages aro
me important trust. I
This he'should ask leave to introduce a .
\ paLconums by: bill or oihervrUe. happy. h, bec..useyuung laaie .pcwl ; -
the new atl of IncorporationJYtlCQty amendmtnt The Speaker, having taken the their time ; ..
rrs ,lanon, projosing an in making nets;-not in making ; .. -
of Pensacola, which we regret to the Ctmsii uticn of .heU.iito'd oath, proceeded to qualify the Representatives \ The resolutiOns were then read cages.-i&o//}. .".. '" ...
tc wv it gill far-from perfect : .n some prt'aenby Slates. fom the chair, and no amendment 1 '

faultBflower we will point out our viewjjmptiftCtIOflS States, in relation to Roads Ou motion of Mr. Latnrop it leinft offered the Com. rose, and '
& deficiencies, not. in and Canals. ,
er !eported the same. The sui
t question .
was then I 56
with 'Hrie JudICf'SOr'hsap.
UK spirit or pr llcdnctday Drc,7Ih. !
critics," but that some of t'neuiXiav '' of Onto submitted Resolved, That Matthew St. concurrence was then Put on .
wnnted Ru glcs, _
bf remedied t b) the iuxt Council 'I''I'h. Clair Clarke, Clerk of the late/the resolutions seperalrly, and no tI
fbovillumloubJCill! ) be applied} to, to uwiu resolution : House of amendment being offered, they v\."" ,
tills \ctV e would here observe R.. suivrd, i'hul the 30th rule of Representatives be appointed .. ', 1"lA. a-
jra-nd( wrre agreed to nemine dissentienwith
Clerk of (his H.juse. .L :.. t
indebted 10 t.ie gentleman : thr Senate be Amended b addingto -
vho ibucire inireducetl this bill,for many amendments : it *and On mo.ion: of \1r. !'rimle,1I te, the exception of the lIt ol" Peixsacola.ENTERED .' p
me following ; a .
twelfth ---- -
to the charter and we are conn'- was i resolution relative the -- u -------I. ;

dent he did not himself atte-id minutely 'nit'te. to connist of five' members. Resolved, That a ke I reference of that part of the message -: .
the phMseology of the act and the arrangement on Rid and Canals. message which a Dec. 26.-Schr Elizabeth, Fomtnt -

ot'tue seciious, or il would not have CO 1.IEnOEsn }1.\ UFACTURE sent to the finale to inform them respests revolutionary New York-Cargo to Stone and Nisbet -

keen such a 1 it is. :.. Tin- res .iu'iou! bubiniited ytbli mat a 'quorum of tne house 112ftaln'wOId pensions, which on motion of Mr. Finlay and Rusi'ton! and the_ apt Lin. .' n .

day i>y Ur. D ckerson,whtch proposes and have elected John Little, w
We present our readers today, WithIn t. divide the Committee of b' Tuy! T their Speaker, and that until the sense of the Houst l,.ans-Carg* to J.QuinnJ. C. and C.C. viReyser "
of Con should be taken the resolniion II Ahrens & Co,J. Campbell and% -
of tne organization on
acoiunt Ihid House is
Co r.rnrrcc ..Manufactures, was :ready to proceed: to -
and the election ofhe officers of I for a change of the rule which hi F. Pasquier. .
ties afrer debate : busir.es, and that the Clerk do :
nrxt t.ik n u/-and aotue go CLEARED .
with of
tie ho '!at. together so mucii had this .
I day ..
die proceedings as cur time and space thequ. sliouon the resolution wall said message.On Dec. ,?7.-Schr. Elizabeth, Forsyth .

permit. The Presi ent'8 Message to was thrn put, and ii w.&s- sdopeJ, motion, iil was I Fridqyi Dec., New Orleanl.'S '. I .... -,

Congress the opening o.the session, Ayes 20-Noes 9. Resolved, 'if hai John Oswald Mr. llemphtll presented a memorial, : :! t -, *l.

feu also rauchrd us by the last mail: but Mr. Johnson of K?nuck1', then Dunn be appointed Sergeant-u'- signed by Delegate fro.n the States of NE\VYQktKMIRRO1{,. .r; .*

rant of room co'npelsus reluctantly to Rhode Island, New York, New Jeiscy, .., -
postpone it for our next. submitted the following resolution \rrns, Btri.jujuiin Burch, uoor rt"OI:1}.Jvallla and Soutti Carolina) in b*". AND .

for sideratiun t keeper, and Oyerton Carr, Assist- half of tne surviving officers of tht> Revolutionary Ladzes'LiteraryqzzetLc. : '.

11 the report of:Maj. General Macomb, Resolved* That a Com. be ap- an Doorkeeper, and that they severally Army, for renewing "their D. 0. 'HotcAVJsiss, /., .:,
Clef Engineer, of the operations of t4.e claim for the compensution which was -
tlcordii.giy. eir
I poitne to inquire into the give attendance ac-
Engineer( Department, being one of the I expediency stipulated as the reward of those services JVb. 4 Canal&tret, JV" Or/raw, :

Documents accompaming the President's of aboiisiung imprisonment I and sacrifices, which, without a, boast," I.m KING Agent for the ab pUbica.-; ;

Vrssage J we find the following para for debt. On motion. of Mr Trimble, it the memorialists observe, they maybe cl..I tion will receive subscribers at $4 .;.. -

Vaph Mr. J. wished the Senate \, g allowed to say, contributed to secure the per annum, payable in advanceNos.. 1 ,

"1 he operations of this year, not with. would consider the resolution at 5Resuhtd, That a com. be appointed pence, hapjiincs-s; and covereignty, of the to 14, are just received. The above M.& :
Handing1 that they have been so mucafrtater United States." weekly publication, printed in the royal
once as the had been often on the of mis .
subjrct part house, 2
than had form. fine with a bur
they oecn at any prior After some remarks, the question be- quarto on paper
tie! have bee 1imted in comparison} t before them; and had been amply to join such cc m. as have been, or ingput on the motion for a select coat geois type and in neatness and. beauty of .

vith what they may be expected to be discussed. Some objection may be, appointed on the part <*:f mittee, there appeared-ayes 84, noes workmanship, is surpassed by no per odr w .,

tome in the course of a few years. The was uudf to itb.-ing taken up & the Senate, to v ut on the Presi- 79. iublic..ton__ inAmerica.' .... t .... .. -

/ideations for which plans have Deen actrd on, in consequence of which! d< nt of the Un ted ,States, and inform Mr. Condict presented a similar memo- -
ilitttly projected, and which, in the acamp UniteStates \lotfe\, :
:Mr. J 1110Vd lie him rial, signed by Aaron Ogden and William '
that u on the table tha a of the .
*nying table, tire arranged in he quorum Tuttte, a committee in behalf of tiem.eLves' :
fc class, which refers to tnvsewinch to be taken. up in its regulai two houses have assembled, and and other surviving officers of theHevoltuionary MOBILE. :j.t
'"ild, be commence- witHout delay, are order. are ready to receive$ any communication -. Army in New J rse--. :1. % tJi.[HE undersigned respectfully 1a '

18m nuiuber, and of themselves, if they Mr. Fi dlay submitted the following he may be pleased to Tim memorial enters into a lull detail, forms his fnenas and the public .J.
*tre under construction would that his house is again o : .
requireore i.solution for consideration make them. and makes an elaborate argument in support t--- ?
twice the number of olbcersBIT j I of toe claims of the officers whose :: .. pened for their accommodation.His ,

in the corps of Ln 'mcers, to attend : I And Mr. Trimble' and Mr. La- : beHalf it is pksen d. 4..:. ii .!.: bar room, dining ,room and' '

to them properly. TJie fortifications lor Renowdt That he 30th rule of hrop were appointed the said As the memorial just presented by the bed chambers, having 'recently* J

Charleston aivi Pensacola!! for w. ich plans I the Senate br amended -by adding com.. I gentleman from Pennsylvania had been uddergone considerable repairs and improvements .

have not yet been projected, would also loit tlu' following-'and a Com. l\'edncday\ Dec. 7. referred to a select committee, Mr. Con he trusts they will be found .
belong to the first i." !
cta of A ..icuhure.' On dict moved that this memorial be referredto comfortable and convenient. He has. ;
irSj'r relu.lr"r11'111 observe ** this a motion'of \lr. Lalhrop/ been careful to have .\
1.11 good
ex. .. the same committee and printed particularly
; ; .,
tomhcitious for rensacoia, Mr. Hayne submitted: the' (following Vesolulion -- H-"t" rcbolvecot itaelf: inl" a .Com.. tt'hjciiwfcsairreeil to. = beds, alf of which are how new and clean ,
art correctly, Arranged in the first cLaus, tor consideration .he whole or the stae? of the 17- Mr. Al'Uutfiv .0f1 :red the iollowing--, fits bar and table shairj: wcu..up.: -

'bach reters to th.j>e which- thuutd be com- Resolved! That umiorrri: laws on the nion, lr. Cam bell, of Ohio, in the solution, whicn was ordered to lie on the I plied as the market.will enable him.' His : a
tAe ?( WIT*OUT DZLAT." stables and convenient and will I 'J!
subject_ of bankruptcy, throughout the chair. The a ibject before the tabLe, and printed tUesoived are large : :
be found well stpied and well served,-'-. .
That for the of "
United e-
States: ought to be elt" 'i'lcd Com. purpose .
".'(ali.nal Banner." being the Message of the: One of hi..stables.has.a ground floor for ,.t',
-We haveVeceiv- The resolution offeied on Wediifsday u.J___ 1..1.... lecunsr the President and Vice Presidentof .
ed a prospectus for publishing a weekly by Mr. Uuggie!a, was taken fur consi. icaiueni: 01 me united otaies. the; United States, the Constitution the use of race horses. Having expexi. .', -

piper j Nashville Tennessee, .to be entitled deration. up Mr. Lathr ,p ..submitted the ought to be ao amended, tHat a uniform encedand active seryanU, and being im.:.* -

the "A'aitinul{ tfanner ad.Lit crary, Itesohed I, Tlut the SOlh rule of the following resol tions : system ot voting by (bstricts shall be established eli devoted to"his. business, he' hopes to* -

Pi&icat, and Cwnnurctut Gazette," winch Senate be amended, Rtr1Jtdt T : in all the States ; and tnat the. give contentmen to such as may favor .
by adding to it the iat so much of lhe
*trill insert! at swme future daIU the I following. i.nda Constitution ought to be further amended him with their company. Families rosy ...

TDcintime we invite tho e in tins place, live inmnoew on UoiuU committee and Can4.to consist' of Message of lhef President as respec in. such manner as will prevent the c- be accommodated with.private roomj.W. .

'ko ire disposed to patronise' the prot Mr. Kiifcglesstaled, viral in -b the political relations of the ieCtkZ)0Uie aibrewud officers from de- Roberts. .

\ ed pubhcauon, to call at our office and of the numerous uibjicu winch consequence came DC-. United Sidles vruh other nations, volvitg upon the respective. 'houses ofCenjf : OC/Tlie: Cahawb*papera,JournaV ilpn+f -

The P 4 their names to the subscription paper. fore Congress on those subject it had 1 be reft rred to the Com.' on Foreign ess.Htiolved. ornery, T-uscaloosa Mirror, Louisiana... .

folao"mg nonce is on .the back or become necessary to have a standing i Affairs. That a select,'committee be Advertiser, and Gazette'Pensacob, ..will >

wprospectus.IheiiiTioKAi.. committee to consider appontcd, wiUi instructions to prepare please insert the above once a week for :

lUHpcm wilt be pub- lurtner urged by the! recoannendation them ; and u was of'I' Htsolved.. 'Trar$ so much of he and Report joint .resolution, embracingthe two months,ahd forward their accountsto .. .J
*d in a few veks. Etiitttrs said Message relates Army iloresaicl : Office for. '.
disposed the President in his in relation aa to he .oDJects.Mr. the Commercial Register : pay .
Jtxchang;*, are rettuestjid to .torwa.rd IoII.uterliailuapl"o\'cl1Ient menage. It, and to For i6cauoos, be referred Iiighain offered the foUowmgresolutjn meuU ., .v. ..- -

papers immediately, and the'Uanner to navea Committee WU as important I to the Corn! Af- } which was ordered to-lie'one day -4-2m. .... 'J ,..I \
th2Ilbeeut I them from I o.i KoausanaCanul ou Millitary .. :-': .
iU commence- i vu lilt: table. *
>> to have a separate couiunitee fairs. "
tho President, of the -
llelll'bt esolveilfThat .
Editorial department of thepro- ,, Mr. lor Commerce. Resolved, that. so much of the TJiited btitts be requested to e ,m wni- .itteiii1oi,4' ; .: '
Holmes -
l Piperwiilbe under of .uaine, asked, if the cite tnu house .f not incompatible : ... .. :
the auperin- gtIUltmaltrom"OilJo said Message as relates.. to the to ( ):" .

ttndance td,1'ho and direction of the undersellilloeliajpy extent ins resolution would was aware t to lfge.i-What urmi \\ to renew the in- Lleinen go militia Proceeuing* t>t the, Court. Martial i p ; 'k.;:
:1'touhe' believed; that u was not only nght be : a select is'eolJ v -
: :
formerly nuintained with hi l..tbcCUSe ofCaptainCuatle: Slew :.'t ifci TJMWniy. raeeuiig, ys tu pa.
1It tflO1the im*., While engaged >> Jut expedient, tor Congress 'to'-exercise Com. art-ufco tue documents and proceedings : kor will take .' laceo=on Monday next, .J I 2

t4Pbtcation. \ vI"the t\ eitern Mouiwr 111 lull auu free icgisUion on tue .subject, it Respired, TB at so much of the- of tbe Naval Court Martial in the cic.9.' at which 'punctual ,attendance;.!of. we -- .. -

at Ltainton. Kentucky' Oilllrctur wouiii: we proper ii, out not lo have utnenviAta u suudia, coin. Message as rel4tes to .th. : Navy,", Lieutenant. Joshua It.:.'-Sand- *and-_ WilIiUM. .:..,t" ..tnbe"is5ueiJ. .. _!,it A..th. .,6_qJFl_...'. >; ......" .

run-iUt! \\ 6. Hunt. the qutitiion .was' men Uicen on the and to the means qf.; instruction' Un Huater.motion of Mr. Larep: the howe W. -Hasell int_, : "- I "_ ;

Nor. 25, 1825. assage ui the reso'iuuoli, ana. .w.u.: .decided fur the naval tervica, be referred proceeded" Um.eleclipn Chaplain iOn : ; crEtdy-. : f .

-o" (C 'J .in the ne 4Ie-.Ayc>1-,1du j : iy, to the Com. un''Naval A'ffairi. :\ "1* counting Uid vote*itappcared: that s-- .4 .'. : .-. I -

So Uie beiiaU rcluscd: toauopVtUe vote,.given _m wa Dec.31sl,825.. ., : .' :
) 'blal.GlTOWII Kr. l'iuy. 2.$. solution. re R ioIved, l"nat.so much or the, : th. .wtooie number/of 'th 1- 'f %

1tb&ttteteweu J we made in said-: Message" .relates to. the re* UI1ufwhaJ, rast92 rt'utwa1 JIJ&r ;
as '
;tbat fkaucba .. tlicrcturd larcd to, be ,.electedajiiiz.t RECEIVED; :- : .* ;, .i.i'OR
bid .
been '
\t4 ; .
p acqlJit1eUithe 4House VA'Due aud the debt;,,be rev '
$ ; public of the houae.M..U .. 1iiaott '
elJ1lb rd..If
tpart! SAL AT .
b.. lie, noi, wa not exwa of Representatives. ferred.to the >:Ccin> of ''Way> an| _......\.:-_.-, -... J.MM. I' -'IF' "D ;... n' t << > "
acquitted ** __. # www w. wwww.. -. r1t34;; .: ": : :
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b1 u; but tn.tUmer min. Monday, Ucc. Sin, lb; 5.' Means.r t. 1.I:. :4'-jl C: #.t ._ < i.p'AD -
: .
.....:':rODed unLit,MOdday& neat, At 12 O'CIOCK, me Hrkur| the. Reiolved, That::; o; much-'of. tbjaaid ; Savannah lH :. f$. a .rrr F.A aTX. J' '\ J", : -
House : 'Roaia Naval ,visitors, passed'through Blank ,Bioh ;.1"L.: < .J f
ucusw.. ha'1ug'c.aU, t ie roll,, 19iiamea. Message Aa, .respects' Ourhtc: -4 '
caniandt : tof :, S *tb:' anili.wtf : '. j/ .
r 'Stntincl. Rpreaetniis _ubwccd, h.lr! and: other object Columbia ; .r !pIingcrd: ,. .- <-'

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to a Lcm.ud to :
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rNeir .rw'tt rlWriet estate
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e : 11 and do. ia tcttt haviuganydemaaoa ''against.said ..
Pltrty'eifl*Cosec tiled, In QN4s' seta w.. additional'tasortrnettto'Boob,: 'nc stamped. ; : esute, -1rIMrtati. .
,an ,.; ,
f { r vet raaritoado. ) are hereby called, ;upon>tto, ) oftbefi tj .
| 8hck ; d'Jo .
1 dte I. ticfafn ,--u: ; which tree the following-: .... u. "
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-"Y" I *aong cords without deby .tutd all ;; ;: L'a' ',
i I '' t j.andcoloredgllDp.and 4Bfcck persons indebtedto .. ; x..
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1 SaperCambrit: Print, NEW WORKS. Ostrich feathers,uWitdalflowers, .said.estate are requested to -make immediate .1t't'. l' '. .f'. -;-:. ',
i' ; Common, dos do. ,j Bothelan., a Romance. of tb English His. ;pane necklaces and buckles, m payment to WiIPamB.P a1tan. ." ( :,!,

,-. :", French CaJltcoes.Cambnckv tones, 1 I Floss and sewing cotton assorted A. ..._S Notice It'' '
. DpsODi'l.f4:11
.1 m UePA '
.,,. Jack6nef,, Lat n, ***; Letters on" Greece, in 1823 Patent and nun's,thread, tdo.i :.... J.G. '.., a..;
',. ; :IJomtraxette, assorted colours, Stand 1824;with Documents on the Greek I i Blue Italian sewing silk, J.. A. Simpson, T'NAT. a.suit. between ilia --.. 1'', '" .'
s' OC' poster, elegant worked robes, v.thw .L,, :- aid batt..:... '<,$. ',
\ of < :
!, t Revolution; and the life Mustapha 1 Plain and lined paras61s, scambia County a" I&M Utu cla ... '
; I. .. ... Lxce bill dresses, < attachment illUedapmg tart ; :i
Ali, Sensbaw and sarcenet-umbrellas, 12th Nov. 1825- 3r -8w.ClocU ,
'1 ; 1 Brown & bleached shining&* sheetingSuperfine' Buchanan's. Sketches of the"North American Letter,-cap and wrapping, paper Defendant .'." :",
, '
. ? '_' do. do. Indians, with a plan for their melioration Bonnet boards, spelling books, & Watchmaker.THfi John Lee\vj)
;, Plaids, Stripe Indigo and furniture ''
,, Iiikpowder, quills and pencils, _
", : checks, shirting, ticking &c.* &fr Thebdoric, a Tale, and other Poems by 3feAs Beaver and castor hats, ,SUBSCRIBED Pena ola. Dee, rtb,182S .... f"'lJt t1; -;'.
32 boxes boots & fine & .
,1 shoes coarse i Thomas Campbell, do. Roram, and Wool do. .1N9TlE -&. :;
" .' 2 trunks Ladies' silk, Mohair, and Moo fixed his residence ,
< .I The Gook'g Oracle contamioff A.cciptc '-Brgra' morocco and wool.do. HAVING in this
:; t': rotfcoshocs 1 v for Plain Cookery, &c. &c. &c. Women's straw bonnet's and do. baa now on hand, and will: : ,

41 3 cntP.ihJ.1..1."i.anelr.w.tu,' ++sand. Biography' 'of the British Stage, being the "I Men's fine morocco and calf boots* keep constantly-for sale, \fiT.. ,my intention immedi.I '-
ware, tute- wkh to
glass -Lives of-the principal Actors and Actreises do. nailed and Monroe do. ..' a suit, in the in.sn.
: ; 4 cases 3 Saddlery the Western C
fine calf shoes and ;Diltrict of t a
It' :: t 10 cases 'toper fine, coni'n & wool hats, I The History, of Matthew aid, by\ the do.do. thick brogans and pumps shoes, ,v 1 lf held Pensacolaon p the fiht.\I F7orids'Jtobj ;
2 trunks fine cutlery, ,
May nest,on, a certain i
I Valerius tic.Hallam' rot
1 made author : Women's morocco boots and shoes, Mort
2 trunks ready clothing, date J5lh
i AND September rte -
View of Europe, during do. do.-heeled slips-and ties, -
it ; 5 old Cog. Brandy, Charles Beeler I
;..t.!:, '. 1 pipe pipes one'| pipe old Madeira wine, Middle Ages, do. black Valencia. heeled ties, WATCH TRIMMINGS) ; in to Charlesltv
The Daughter, do coloredsilk do. do. and ls' XMi dol lira Sbound : ,
sacks Spanish sprigs, g I
?;t .i 100 ground salt. The I1u.man'Ueart, Children's momcco-boots and shoes and will attend strictly to any work in his th
4 tons iron assorted sixty ,lint of business which be said ea0n'r
4-11 i : may entrusted by' lU .
', The Highlanders, a Tale, do, leather do. do. age conrs
steel ,
> 4 bundles to him. 'f arpens; sItuate on thct
Scenes Scenes inAmerrcyhe shoes in North -
in Europe Coarse
I 3 casks hoes, negro cases, Clocks and Wktches of all kinds repair. the mouth or Escambu ern rids
T Blank Book ofa small College Fine and low saddles }hr
.: 13 chests fresh tea, assorted ed at short of which the triads
'.'ij'' :- 2 boxes qr. mustard Living, ( Plays, 4th, 5th, 6th,''7th, 8th 9th Eve and plush side do. notice. tOWn of Beeleru( P'tuut.
His shop is oh Palafox Street, a few eJa-Jai4
and 10th volumes, Collars and ,
1 box Cayenne wagon doors above Mr. Patterson's the
. pepper and shop, on John Lee'
Saddlebags Willi
TOGETHER WITH martingales
5 hhds .
Orleans sugar, new crop>, same side. p1gg
t 1 20 bbls. fresh flour, 'Paley's Works complete, in 5 vols. Curb and snaffle bridles, some very superior A. etiUONJtyIfJ; ,

.1.j.' 20 bags Havana green coffee.'I Rollins Ancient History, 8 void. Knapp. nbco1a, 3d Dec. 182.S 1_
3 Plutarch's Lives, 8 vols. Tortoise; tucking and side combs, ensacola, 1st Dec. 1825-40-U.
, I I ALSQ IN STORE, Works 6 vols. Mock do. do. do. tier .
y t Josephus's 8 Salt.
'J'II 70 ps. Kentucky bagging .Hamilton Stamped and ivory.poeket do.- '
45 ps. Scotch do. on Purgatives, S'1'arrJX.1.l i. Superior 'COUrt, .Wttt 11orit
Fine and ivory and dressing de. .
" ]J Tow do. Armstrong on Typhus'Fever, sup. John, & James Jnnerarity
..f p8 Miner and Tully on Fevers, Horn and bone-'suspender buttons, ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT THE ,
70 coils bale YI.
* rope, Orfila' Practical Button moulds, .pearl do. fi* f2 4-
fc' JsIJ pound bailing twine, Chemistry, by Cox, Pensacola Bookstore] JHWa de la Carr V
i Powel Contracts: IMorse' Gilt+ oat andvest' do. I era.
.- ;; 2 tons assorted castingboxes .on Finend needles An Assortment of Stationary czntitting of. BY virtue cf this execution and '
New ,Gazetteer, sup. andpins; .die
1 tfr 15 old claret, 'SXUILLS, superior quality, proceedings had iii th
. Walker's Iron:and steel : >X I hive '
Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket knitting doj.
J, I 4 boxes old port, Milton's Works, 2 vols. gilt, Silver and Tailor's Thimbles,' .4 Letter, Folio and Cap paper, taken the tight of this defendant to thn 1

,"t ; 30 !>bls. whiskey, and Wafers, Sealing Wax. ,
Fancy common seissors
Seasons 1 vol. ,
Thompson's ,
\ 3'j 1 110 Wood's patent ploughs, Beauties of gilt, Fine and sup, pen and pocket knives, P eg, Cork Glass and Pocket Inkstand, 111 S 1..
i:'to, ; 20 kegs ground paints, assorted coleus; Shakespeare, do.ampbell's I do do dirk and jack do 'Rad.uk a+dw1lAr, a tofgroui .& L\\ ,
C Poem, do.lIervey's .
' '., I anned Sat 'Paint
75 ie,t. t... Meditations do do, razors in cases, Jap >ti Boxes I
i- .. Sides coal leather do.Pilgrims' Tape/Inilian liubber, 1 d situated No.
r 296
j ti
. Pomeroy's razor n (:
straps .paste,
, Progress do.isore's and Slate'Pencils I Overn.
lt Sides do. Lead Crayons, ment Street in thIs
: City, and
Fine marbles
.. 't Works, 2 vols. do. shall
; t z Camel's Hair do. ceed pro
Calves' Skins, on Tuesday the
t & Shadows Table knives and forks assorted, 4th of A nat l
,'t;; ." .8 bbls loaf and lump sugar, Lights Scottish Life, do. .Common and steel spectacles in cases, Pencil Cases, 12 o'clock, at the Court House.toS
E ; 3p baskets oil JLSO, Indelibl Ink : & the at
. t, sweet Shaving boxes and brushes ,Drawing Paper same PUBLIC JIUCTtw fo
... 25 boxes assorted window glassl The Sorrows of Werter, Vocal Standard, 1 and Bonnet Boards, cash, to satisfy add pay the sum of tire
Transparent fancy shaving ,
Life of Franklin, Paul anti soap,
45 cut nails Virginia, hundred and three
kegs ALSO dollars
:> and brushes 19
\1 ast? blacking _cei its fa-
v -qr. casks Madeira, Teneriffe and Mar William Tell, Gulliver's Travels, &C. &C. knives, pincers, and hammers, Clothes and Hair Brushes, debt and all costs then due on this wri.

laga wine for sale by vriiica, ; Common Scissors, Razors, W.
thOe' awl blades and hafts, Davison
together with the -stock heretofore ,
I Stone & NIsbet. on beads Superior dsor Soap and
. hand, extensive and Sh'ffEi.
composes very general Common Watch Keys. 1 County.
December 10th, 1825. assortment of books, and will be tea trays, table mats, hooks and eyes, w.llasell Hunt. ,Sfon/'t Office, > '

sold at the New-York prices for cash.- Curtain rings, Brittania table and tea I Pensacola, Dec 1st, -Itrnts.Sale. .

KOT1CE.persons Country ?lterchantsand public or private spoons, Pengacola 15th Oct.1 &25. .. .
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. h\:LL indebted to the estate Libraries furnished on the most liberal Titania do. do. do. T nt iti'8

/ <<' of James B Starr deceased! are terms, and such books as are ordered and Tinned iron table do. l\"EWAltD.' .
; handwill Fish hooks and lines, tooth Brushes, $400 Superior Court West Florid
hereby requested to make immediate are not on be procured with as '

'; pauTKMU; an
\ ,: requested: to present them at my office, distance will be as promptly attended to ,Patent and brass liquor cocks, Proclamation Corny, u defeated

4 J' duly proven, for adjustment. and meet with the same liberality as a Whip, cross-cut, hand and mill saw vs. fi.Cu
Davison. personal application. 'files, OFFERING a reward of two hundred Francisco Maximilian '

m. Dra 'in knives, screw'augers, the apprehension oi one de St..4larerrt.

,i:,I'I'V Executor. 12th 1825.\\ Hasell Hunt. Socket chissels,4iandsaws, Iavid Henry Moore, Y virtue of this execution p I hire U-

April Ptent and common cur> comas, charged with being an accomplice with ken the right title and,iu emt of

'W "e'W st\b\i S\\n\el\t. Coffee mills, frying pans, pun locks, one Kdward Brougton, (as by the said this defendant, to all the remainder of the'

...t j j' t'8i.A-J-6 Gun and rifle flints, plough lines Proclamation is stated) in the murder ofa '

.; f' THE SUBSCRIBER, Sad irons,weeding hoes, trace chains, negro man,'named Mitchell,the property

\ HAS just received, per Mar> Washing> Cotton cards, wire sieves, of James _B. Richardson of Sumter Unsold Land,

' 1.-T s. from Piiiladelpbia, and rs now Iron weights in setts, tin scales & mea. I{District,and State of South Carolina; the ,

F r. : Just Received and for Sale opening a general and well selected assortment 'sures in setts further sum of two hundred dollars, will I contained in the "Cata Blanco.tract of',

44: '. ; AT THE of 'Tin scoops and funnels assorted be paid by the owner of the .said negro
.1. 1 e Common and rivetted t l.'cups. slave Mitchell murdered m m ,
so to
. Pensacola Bwk Store 'c&( ) I ; any peisonor .
.,1' Coffee pots, sauce pans, pudding .pans, personvfor the apprehension end conviction .
'+ I '40,.} .+l'IfD"p } suited to the present and ensuing seasons: Wash basins, blue printed,painted and of the said DAVID NRYMOORE adjoining to this City on the West,am$
't .tVLouisiana ,f" colored bounded on the south by Pensacola Bay,'
..- consisting oi cream plates, charged san accomplice in the
;+ & MissiesippiAL.VLVNA" Fine and superfine blue, black and drab do do do do twifHers, crime aforesaid, and who is said to be in and shall proceed on Tuesday the 4th or
April next, at 1$ o'clock at the
, 11 cloths do do do 'do dishes ass'td, the State of Alabama. Court

. : FOR 1826. do. do. do. and mixed cassimeres, dodo do do teas, Sum ,Dittrict, S. C. Oct. 28-39- w. Houseto sell at PUBLIC,JUCTlOft

. Price-per groce, g 10 Sup. and low priced sattinetts, do do do chambers 03: The-Cahawba, the Pensacola, the for cash, the defendant's right to sonoch
of the of
5 fi' -' dozen. 1 Tartan and Caroline plaids, do do do do ewers & basins, Montgomery, and the National Intelligen of u wUJpar'ihe ".
two hundred and twelve dollars
.)I''' single one, 121 Men' ready made plaid oaks, do do do do pitchers, per papers, are requested to insert the sum 75 cents debt and all then duO
: t Country merchants are requested to Green baise and flannels, do do do dobowla, foregoing once a week for six weeks, and cost

forward their orders without delay a' but White, yellow und red do. I Uprightand. 'heavy i pint tumblers, forward their .accounts to Manchester upon this writ

1'a s lI quantity will be kept on hand, Plain and figured black bombazetts, ALSO Post Office, South Carolina, for payment W.,Davison,

same delay SUing orders Will occur i if Figured blue and pearl do. Cogniac brandy, Holland gin, Sh'ffE*..County.SlirriTs .

they are not received in a short time. Denmark satin, hangup curd,. Madeira, Teneriffe and Lisbon wino, SHERIFF'S SALE. Office, .
t. W. Ha ell Hunt. Hose and point blankets
Imperial and young hyson Pensacola, Dec. 1st, 182540lamtJ.I '
,t TQctehrr 7th. 1825 Twilled negro cloths, rugs, ?I.oaf sugar, Jamaica coffee, County Court, Eacamkia County 4IT

I Heal and imitation cashmere shawls, I i Pepper, pimento and mustard, John Lee 'Wil iams,1 t
: Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Drab and colored Waterloo Shawls, I Shot assorted bar lead, adm'rofJ.H/Chap. Niles' Weekly Register [+

Jl White do. do. points, i in kegs and canisters at Bait
, .. {C. deceased, fi. fa. S published ry Saturday
Imitation merino do. i j Cut nails assorted, copperas, '!II.. ] more, (at .5 dollars per annum, Pape

: va ll IPJll :m do. and colored Cotton shawls, i Sperm candles, yellow soap, segars, : William King, ble in advance,) carefully) packed iA
Valencia and toiline
9 vestings, ;I German pipes, chewing tobacco, snuff' virtue of this execution and the forwarded by the mails o the day. '
PROPRIETOR OF TUB Swansdown and Marseilles duo I i Flour ir.1 bbls crack 'rsin By I voluiwil
+ kegs, 1 proceedings had in this cause, I have. The work makes two heavy
Linnean Botanic BardenqTJS111NG English and .imitation black silk do.Ucady ; : Rye whiskey and gin in bbls. taken the of the for each of which a complete indcj,
urn h, v....-.1 ... .,, ....,_ ,right defendant to .the year ; .
LONG ISLAND, *! Porter k tiU'ciJcr.l. urnigh.4. The : lumescommettcetu
/RtPKEKStothe public his very ex- Paddings and buckrams, '. 8 by 10 and'10 by 12 window glass, &L Marcie<Est .

v-/' tens ve collection of the choicest Domestic | and 4-4 plaids and stripes, Swedes iron, German steel IIi'ifSE RM that subscriber sbottldbeSr'n at one of

fruits, the selection of which has been ,do. do. checks and tickings, Castings assorted, plough moulds, those periods, that they roa.>;have a COBB-
with do denims and cottonades, Cotton bagging,bale and twine. work as tbey.are please
made the greatest'care during more rope corner of i'alafox andlntendencia Streets plete so long
than half; century, and to which large recent do. { brown and bleached, shirti ngs, ';i All of which will be 6old,,*,wbolesale or' formerly occupied by Francis receive, The back ',volumes or nuflp
additions have been made. 4-4 steam loom and S Island do. retail, at the lowest market prices, for in the possession of NoahH Allen ben will be furnished as requested sad
;:X 1 The assortment of ornamental I Domestic brown and imitation bleached sheetings-, cash,cotton, or approved paper and shall proceed on Tuesday the 4th;, complete sets may be bad as follows
Ginghams searsuckerf '
, i ( trees, flowering shrubs and I Bordered gingham robes assorted, I, i John Jerrisonjr. day of April next, at 12 o'clock, at the For the 28 volumes of the Register

y; I\.> plants, is also very extensive. Fancy and furniture prints, newest ensacola, Oct. 1st, 1825. Court House,'to seltat Public Auction for from September, 1811,to ptember.C2"

:: I 4lsoof Bulbous fiowe-s, which end .tyle cash the right of this defendant to the 1825 14 years, at 5 dols. perannum.g' '

Incl'Jde620 varieties of. Tulips. 380 of. Bear ducks patterns, Qsn&burgs,brown Ho and, N "frlt/ aforesaid Lot, to satisfy this writ and all For the.General. Index to the first *?S

r Hyacinth, besides a great variety of other Plattillas, > I f f.I To'intruding settler* and other cost thereon 12 volumes, to .
J due.Wm. the extra supplements irp- .
species The green ,house department 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens assorted,-i n \ who commit waste on the'pu6lic Davison, For 16 sad. 1..
lames 5,6,7,8,9 .
t has also been greatly extended, and now whole and half pieces, > landfiQTpliOSE I I

M. ., comprises above 1800 species, among Irish and Russia diapers, Sti'ffE*. CountSheriff's y. each, ___
. which are tlw most splendid and rare lawless persons who are guilty Office, .._-
: and linen cambricks
'; "kindllo, including! 30 kinds of oranges lawns Pink and other colored do., \' 41 of intruding lands 'oftbe United Pensacola, Dec. S, 182S.411amti.'SHERlli'F'S Price tn shed;' use

:-., lemons and citrons, 28 of the camel 1 Cambrick and iackonet muslin \ States, 'and of committing waste on public If bound, the cost of; ,the brng it to.

/ ti lia Juponica or Japan rose, 200 of gerani i Swiss and mull do. \ timber,are hereby notified,that measures SALE. be addedsat the,,rataf of o52j.stab.>,Ott i.
have .
x urns 45 of heaths and green and bop ea Plain and do. been taken for a rigid enforcement of volume

tea plants, olives, myrtles, cape jasmins, ''FattinetUcambrick figured.book dimities[ \ the laws of the United States in such cafes Superior Court, Wet Florida J'' Numbers ,ut dartt 'are_4g +

ftc &c. In the collection are about 10,000 gured ruffles and coUaretts, \\ made and, provided, they are hereby'or- Joseph Noriega, tou y",supPlied iao thl-\jibscribcrfmsl;
vines of the finest dered to desist from such fences forth. t IsKl t1 e..afety a
grape European kinds Swiss insertion 'w. 1if4.Vincente keeptheir li1eJ-per( :
points, trimmings of
; for \\'i"e.and the table, and above 500 varieties Bordered white and colored \ tyith, 'otherwise they will be prosecuted Folke, I the owl as to teiaiMances orsaccau2t

of the, most'beautiful roses, including Madrass Handkerchiefs cravats, to the utmost rigor of the law. m'Y virtue of,this execution,I have to. taRegiUJ', ; sgtiarao tied b>
: ". 54 kind of Chinese: monthly rose ., Berkley do. and,colored a variety, \( j Given under my hand, at the ,city of ken the right of the 'defendant: tq '.The character of the works 10 '

*:*; and'9 of the Moss rose. Also, 73 varieties I Gauze and cashmere. hd'kfs. *flags Washington, the 24th day of March 1825. One Sofa 8( 2 Dozen 'Fan rally known,thatitisnot &* .1td or'

f, of the double dahlia The:new cat ae J Binge and Merino, do. Goo' Grahamamntssione y any to.say any thing concerning>> ;. '

f, ogres fdr 1825i +-e just published, and Black Laventine do. / the General Land Office. Chairs, at mo*only to,add,that the*J tcSPpit
may obtained Ot\VrWa; 5ir nun f- in the fbr ern &D
jrvmt now possession of this Plaintiff reprd
.. 'uanaanna anda( ao. ; s-tij.: and impmlalitY;
and .orders left with_him,, or forwarded shall ebuactt'i.'Wbjch''hisha refid
Fancy China do. do. procted'cm Tuesday the 3d day of fur peno9A1 t
per: unlit. ,to the proprietor, will meet with White and colored satins, : WO TICK.TAKEN, January next,in.front, the Court'House, ..the' fle Jr.top'a lai d be titarii
attention, and be shipped bar* t 'a the 25th & opposite Keysets its circulation, ., tiled'"
prompt ; y Figured black gros de Naples, upon Sep. store at 12 o'clock, tanned topr p pot<.desigoated.__ ? Black levantine, black cotton velvet tember last, a negro; slave, five Public Auction, to-sell the same for fume.
j. NoVember, 18th. 1825-=3&-tr. Black senshaws and sarcenetts ,, feet ten and three quarter inches : cash. to'satisfy this writ=arid'cost. & tioDal'subseriben are lOyted "'r"
:.WILLIAMTS7A9 AUGUVa do. and colored Mandarme crape, high ; call hiinself' W.. m. Davis ti, wild thoM friendly to to the endeavar-to editos; rn
Ciovernment do. do. Canton 'do. JAMESvSMITH ,. Shj/jT.: &tt an4 :,*". .
( ( upened on Street a County.Sheriff9 them end forward tbfcription .
do. do.. Italian. __ do. ;
C 4IU Mew door below ,PalifoiStre et, W men'. black and white silk hose and says that'be belongs to 'Mrtyope Office. :money, at an j M.da1. ; lt
1 'who lives Mobile. Pensacola, Dec.9th.1825- 41-lamts.Collector's .oth voi! m. U J-t be J '
AN OTf8TEft do, do. and colored ; near The ovn- W'eD Y-
worsted do. tems.
1 } t'," ', t' I do. and Blisses' white cotton do of said slave is requested to come formaid -' ., believed tbta.maUe DM l. ."..".'..;
fI AND t Misses' silk and'Vigoma i do prove property and paychkrgea, "' OJfce, Dittrict of Pe ,"o l of-this"work mighty Jicsl l '
:ttQfFKK, il,} U.4.t tk Menworsted do. I half do,' _" y James Oollins. member 24/A 1825. .s, ,' fraa y tacgercitlaLoft;:a d.p-}!. ,.J ''

: where he will,at,'atrdmea-t1pply those do.bUckand white silk do. 'do. J, ii tip's Milli near Pensacoti! **' : u a colltcliozti,of acts IJ1iI '

GentlfraenirhomayfaTorhitn with i their: do. white cotton dUe t >. mo Given I'CI'Iptiun -of. 'ptrans, ",
assorted ,
October 1st,1825.-.32. tf. n-
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f ; O.W Children's worsted boots :JL:, Jacob, that the 17th section of the anYenient, : I\ .
,ll: Stcsagc(*" *od, Oysters,-, either in'(heehellor Cotton nd tdlk suipcndars .* .A' ,. .: JeerskiBs aim i Beeswax.llEfhighest POat'.O'cc Law,will be strictly enforced wish bsve"&n *0'. AtX' '
-I : .openctJ,:,.furnu' d,to,fzmtllea I / at Men and warns I}'i.yhiteijBi; I OYea, market'Prce,trill fee- given ram Mutt date ". ,. tVVV c. otb S late :" '
the shortest notice.W.V. ; do. do. bo' do.f'; in ,C A/Qr, ,Dterskinsand_ Be.tt W. Barkley f tM, ,hbtritythr J1 Y..Y.lIJiI r." w,
do. bearer : :.. lt orc,; 'tt as .
willValso.clean anddopk1n.. dot, J 40 r WiJ"h.
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