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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: January 7, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
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: MESSAGEor i in advance. of either of the parties to the militia, and for powniiw otf part of this important undertaking the sent of the Senate was given to it, on the '
I other. Its operation, so'far at it extended i them as may.be pretidcnt,of. the United 810ft., ,pas been mutually) afl 1\bJrf'O'1 and.it I of the Urited.; SuLj jTHe magnitude The payment into the Treasury from ratification of the then President the J

CowounicatM'f" tb', c.-a,. -". .still. _crxttinue_ hi force.-f. cnm'mon con.r &i sans 1t t T'-:<*rtlef! ?' afltad tIi pI'OeeIH1a.nlthe.J: (.-t'---- : : ;
nr1r11flWVU,-at tne- ;arm me -- -A -uJt1t. ( erarVV-1 vf'gIIzuon upantO f subjects. may Lands during the preHlehfyear,' were estimated of March,under the ;;_ .
xnent of the first session of the Nine jectsofgrtat of interest to the citizens andlubjf'Cts account for the f tjtfeat.ng; and oftenas at one million of dollars, 'The lIon that it.had been (Negotiated nod r
ttt'nth CnngPeM. both countries, and particularly II both of Ihrera tone,occup ed the atten actual receipts of the first two quarters fath, and in the confidence inspired by
a mass of claims, to considerable a- tion and animated the debawg .of Con. fallen of that sum '
feloif Citizen* of the Senate fu\\ very little short ; recommendation of the Senate. The f
and tf the House /Reprttentati-o,, mount the, citizens of the United Sutes I j J:1't""s.'no systems lve yet bee\ devised it i is not expected that the.second half of subsequent transactions in relation tothsTreatywillfonmnthesdbjectofsse.
upon Government of France, of in: for fulfiilingtothesati&faction, offje com the ,wnl be ptoductive but ,
In taking a general survey of the eon- year equally ; -
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of our beloved country with refer demnity property taken or destroyed munity, the: duties -prescribed by these the income the year from that source ,parate Message. .
terns to subjects interesting to the come under circumstances the most aggravated grants of povrer. To conciliate the laim may now be safely estimated' Ji million I! The appropriations made by CoDgresa

ence welfare, the first sentiment which and outrageous character. In the of the individual citizen to the enjoyment and a half., The Act of Congress of I, for public works as well in the construe j

o pan itself upon the'mind, is itf grat'u long period, during which continued and personal libertywith the effective nbli- eighteenth May, 1824.to provide for the I: tion fortifications, as for purposes of in* J i r-
imprrllit'to the Omnipotent Dispenser of all earnest appeaU.have been made to the gation of private contracts, is the difficult extinguishment of the debt due to the U; i ternal improvement, so far as they have, : ;
tilde equity and magnanimity France, in be problem to be solved law of bank niied j .
Good, for the continuance of the signal by a States.by the purchasers of public been expended have been faithfully ape ;
of Providence and half of these claims, their justice has not ruptcy. These are objects of thp deep lands, was limited in .its operation of relief plied. Their progress has been delayed] t
b't' fMHtfS especialjv I
been, as it could not b :, denied. It was est intriH-st thatis
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for that health which, to an unusual tosocietytatfectingsll i the purchaser the tenth of April by the want suitable officers :for super I
has within our borders hoped that accession of a new Sovereign precious in the e istence'ormuU.itU&le..t' .last Its effect at the end of thequarter intending them. An increase of both the '
extent prevailed
; to the Throne would have afforded ptTsons.many! of there in the classe* esseutially ,during which it expired was to of and ,
1iiJ for that abundance which, in the vicissitudes Corps Engineers, Military Topo '
of the seasons has been scatter a favorable opportunity for presenting dependent and helpless; of the aje reduce that debt from ten to seven mil, graphical was recommended by my'pre- .: t
with profusion over our land. Nor them to the consideration of his Govern. requiring imrture and ofthe sex entitle lions.QJ tjie operation .similar prior decessor at the last session of Congress. ,
ed we lets to ascribe to _Him the glory, ment. They have been presented and to protection, frd'! ""e free agency of tIe laws of relief from and since that of'be- 1 he reasons upon which that recommendation j

ought we are permitted to enjoy the bounties urged, hitherto without effect. The repeated parent and the hlsband. Tbe orranm-, cond March 1821, the debt had been reduced 'was founded subsist in all their .
that
: of HIM hand in peace and tranquillity anti earnest representations of our tion of the rnilitiais, yet more indispensable from upward* qf twttnty.two.mil force, and have acqtired additional' ur- t
in with alhhe other nations of the; Minister at the Court of France, remarnas to the liberties of the countt')'. It is lions, to ten. It is exceedingly desirable jency since that tii-e. It may also be ex t ;
peace yet even without an answer. Were the only by'ai effective" militia that tbat it should be
we can *t extinguished altogether; pedient to organize the' Topographical .
earth in tranquillity ourselves. : .
; indeed Among demands of nations upon the justice of once enjoy therepose of peace, and bid and to facilitate that consummation, I recommend Engineers into a Corp\sirnihu\to| pre .
has been :
There -rarely a period
civilized each oilii-r susceptible of adjudication by defiance to foreign aggression ; it tw by to Congress tile revival for one sent establishment of the Co'ps.or Ennleers. ,
the which i '
in history man, in
condition of the Christian the sentence of an 'impartial tribunal, the militia tint we are constituted an year more, of the act of18th May 1824, The Military Academy atWest '
the general marked Nations there to which 1 now refer would long armed nation, standing in perpetual with such provisional modification as Point, will furnish from the Cadets annually ,
has! been so extensively by since have been settled, and adequate indemnity panoply of idrfence, in the presenceof may be necessary to guard the public graduated there, officers well. Quali- r
and prosperity. with
peace Europe afew would have been obtained. all the other nations (of the esrth. To interests against fraudulent practicesin lied tor carrying this measure into effect. '
partial and unhappy exception*, has There are |arge amou/its of similar'clairosupon this end, it jvrooUl be necessary- s. to the r.-sale of the relinquished land. The Board of Engineers for Internal '

tutnud. .. ten.. ..'\'....arsofp.aceduring'Which... -n., ......t.. the Netherlands NIiPh's..altcl.Den. shapeit".... ..."_ ,,, U I ,r-- 0. mun- TtJ.. 3Iu.-h.4lj'$ ut ,...i.L...- ,- ._;r.r.l.: : ;.., ; 3thr; .
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.H t* -t* rur tlJOC: upon spam, prior 10 u..tJ mj motive en rty. There are !aws among the most useful of our fdlo citi. execution the'Act of Congreij of '
of their constitutions have been
jy may feel that the, 1819, indemnity. after many years ofpatient for oatablishirig! an umfrm militia throughout zens ; and, since the system of sales for \pril, 1824 ? to procure the necessary 3 "
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are successively taught forbearance, obtained,. and those tlit-Umte'd' States nd for arming and cash alone has been introduced great surveys, plans, and estimates, on the sub>> ,
01'; .lieir: institution I is the of
end : happiness upon Sweden have been Ittely compromised tquippiugitswhole! bi,. Fut it is a indulgence has been justly! extended to .|ect of roads and canals,'* have been active
and that the exercise of
the people, 1'0",1ar DV a private ettleinentj in which body| of dislocated meftbers without the those who had previously purchased upo *i 'y engaged in that service from tne K
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among men can justified only by the the claimants tlie-iisf Ives luve acquiesc- vigor of unity;, and hating, livle, of uniformity credit. The debt which had been conractcd close or the last session of Congress.- I 1

blessings it centers upon those over ed. The Governments of Denmark and but the name. T> inis e into this under the credit sales had become They have completed the surveys neces-. 2

whom a is extended.the Naples... have been. recently. reminded most important instituion Jhe( power of unwieldly, and its extinction was alike sarv for ascertaining the practicability of _. I .
During same period, our intercourse 01 those yet existing against them ; nor which it isusceptible! ind/o make it available advantageous to the purchaser and the a Canal from the Chesapeake Bay to the
with all those nations has been pa. will any of them be forgotten while a for e.1Jeienc-e ohe Union, at mblic. UIllerthe system of sales, matured Ohio Ulvcr, and are preparing full report ;
fiific and friendly-it so continues. Since hope may indulged of obtain aK' justice the shonest nptice, and atie smallest ex- as it flu been, by experience and 0,1 that.subject ; which, when completed 4

S the close 'ot'your last session, no material by the means within the constitutional pen e oftimej of life, and f"treasure, are adapted t. the exigencies the times, will,be I laid, before you. Thesam I
variation' has occurred in our relationswith power of the Lxecutive, and without amon the benefits to be xpected from he lands will continue as they have become Dbservation is)to"Be nade with regard
any; one of them. In the commer. resorting to those measures ot self-re the perseveringdelibertti//is of Congress an abundant source of revenue; and the two other objects of national) importance 1

cut and navigation system of Great Britun dress, which as well as the time circum. Among tliej une ivoch indi ..jons of when the pledge of them to the public upon which the Board}. ,:e bet"D. J

important changes of municipal regulations stances and occasion, winch may require our national jirosfe.rityj, !the flounshing creditor shall have been redeemed by the occupied :.ame'lythe .accomplishment .,, '
have recently been sanctionedby them are within the exclusive competency state of our finances. Tie revenues of entire discharge of the national debt, the of a National Road from this City to Neir ,

acts of Parliament:, the effect of Which. of the Legislature. the presenty4ar from sl(their' principal swelling tide wealth: with which they Orleans, and the practicability .f ,Uniting i # i
upon the interests of other nations, and It i is with great satisfaction that I am sources, will; ejxceed the.anti ipations of replenish'the common Treasury may be the waters of Lake Meraphraroagog with, t

particularly upon our, has not yet b'een enabled to bear witness.to the liberal the )last., The: baltnceV ih ihe Treasury,on made to reflow in unfailing streams of improvement Connecticut River and improvement /
fully developed. In the recent renewal spirit with which the Repuolic oT Colombia the 1st of January last was a little short From the Atlantic to the Pacific of the navigation of that River. The surveys \

of) the diplomatic mission. on both skies, has made satisfaction for well established of two millions oV dollars, exclwive of Ocean. have been made.and are_nearly com \
between the two governments, assurances claims ofa similar character. And two millions I and a l lulf l being the The condition of the various branches- pleted... The Report may expected at an ..1..I

have been gi\en and received of the continuance among the documents now communicated moiety of the loin of five millions, of the public service, resorting: from the early period during. the present sessipn'of .; ,
and increase of that mutual confidence to Congress, will be distinguished: a authorized by tlie act of 26th May, 1824. \ Department of War and the, adm l ist a- Congress. ,
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and cordiality by which the adjustment Treaty of Commerce,and Navigation with -The receipts \\cto the Treasury, tion, during the current year will be exhibited The. Acts of Congress of the last ,session .
cf many points d"itlerence had that. Republic, tue ratifications of which from the first of Jan rY to the 30th of in the Report from the Secretary relative to"the surveying marking i .-

already been effected, and which affordsthe have been exchange since,the last recess September, eclusivebf: the other moiety of War and accompanying documents : or.laying out roads in the Territories 'of, '-",,' :.', :
surest'pledge! for the ultimate satisfactory of the Legislature. The negotiation of the same loan, climated at sixteen herewith communicated. The organization -, Florida, Arkansasand Michigan frqca -. :\ '. )" \ ;:., .

adjustment of those which still similar treaties with all the inde- millions five jhundred thousand dollars ,and discipline of .the Army ,effective --' Missouri! to M xico'an4: for the continu* .. ,' .. .j, f
tc.uaxu l\1t'n. .or t rayJ 4 ..Jl- ...;..- i w MWitt"fHftmr Aincrican draieif; tia amJ '1.aa 'pc tedtha7thbe' of the cur- and sati2ltactol). roc: unrenct thcrirevalence atnnfueihv-cwia'zl. 'uw.u.o: :-
The p*ilicy of the United States, in been contemplated, and may yet DC ac: rent quarter w ill excebd five millions of of desertion among the of them fully executed,and others ih tho :

their commercial: intercourse with other complished. Tiie basis of tnem all, as dollars ; t'ormng an.'gxreg'.1t. receipts troops, it has been suggested withholdfrom process of execution. Those for compietingor _.
nations. has always been of the most proposed by the United S.U'es, has been of neary: twei ity' tw millions, "indepen the men a small portion,of their commencing fortifications; ,have ,
liberal character. In the mutual exchange : laid in two maples ; the one of entire dent of the K'ln.' rhe expendilures of monthly pay: until:Uie period of ihcir discharge been delayed only so far as the Corps of i

of their respective productions, they have and unqualified reciprocity ; the other the year wil: riot exceed that sum more ; and some expedient appears to Engineers has been inadequate to furnish; i .
abstained altogether from prohibitions I| the mutual obligation( of the parties, to than two mil ionsj By those expend! be necessary: to preserve and maintain among i officers for the necessary superintendence I
they have interdicted themselves, the place CaCti other,'permanently, upon the tures, nearly eight'.n Uions ofthe princi- the officers so much of the art of i of the woika. Under the Act cqn* I :

power laying taxes upon exports, and I tooting- of the most favored nation. jal of tile public debt have been di cllarg. horsemanship as could! scarcely fail I to be I firming; the statutes of Virginia and Maryland : ;
whenever they have favored their own These principles are, indeed, indispeiiii- ed, More than oiliio.i and a half has found Wanting on the possible sudden e- incorporating the Chesapeake and ..
shipping, by special 1 preferences or ex- ]I ble to'ine eitcciual emancipation cl'tkeAmerican been devoted!to the debt of gratitude to ruption of war, which should overtake usunprovided Ohio Canal Company, three Commission ;

elusive privileges in their own ports, it Hemisphere: from the thratdcmot the warriors oftlie Revolution : a nearly ; 'wit'ii a single corps of cava.lryThe ers on the part ot the United States have j ...
has been only with view to countervail colonizing monopolies *nd exclusions equal sum to-the construction: of fortifications Military Academy at We: t-l'oii.t, Un. beeit appointed for opening books and f :_

similar favors and exclus.ons, granted }by an event rapidly realizing in the progressof and the] acquisition of ordnance, der the restrictions of a severe but pater. receiving subscriptions,in concert with.a
the nations with whom we have been en- human affairs, and which the rcsibt- and other permanent preparatives of national nat superintendence, recommends itself like.nunber of Commissioners appointed ..
gugra in traffic, ?,o their own people or ance sUit! opposed in certain puts of Europe defence-): half a million to the grad more and more to the patronage of the on the part of each of those Stales. A .1
ittippiitg and to the disadvantage of ours.'Immediately to tue acknowledgment cf the ua, increase of the Nav',:U equal sum for Nation ; and the number of meritorious meeting of the Qom mission ers has been
alter the close of the last southern: American llcpuohcs as independent uSCIla.Sel: uf 'erritory'fttin trie' Indians, otfic r 'willch it forms and introduces to postponed! to await the definitive report I

war, :a. proposal was fairly made by the Slates, Wilt, it is believed, con and payment of annuities to them : and the public service, furnishes the means ot of the board of Engineers. The lighthouses ,
act Congress of the 3d of March, 1815, tribute more effectually to accllnui.n.-( upwards of a million for objects of Inter- multiplying the undertakings of public and monument* for the safety :of f

to uU the inaratime nations, to lay; aside The time lias been, and tuai not remote nal improvement, authofued by special improvements to which their acquirements our commerce and mariners ; :the works \

the It.\stem of retaliating restrictions and when some ot thoi e State* :011 nt. in their acts ot xlie !last(Congress I at that institution are peculiarly adapted for tile security of Plymouth Beach, and ...

exclusions, and to place ,the shipping of anxious deiiire to oolain a noiiuuai recognition It we add to these, foir millions of dol. The school of Artillery practice for the preservation of the Islands! in Boston ,

bot:. parties to the common trade, on a have accepted ot'a nominal Hidepenuencf lars: for payment of uitetcst upon the pub established at Fortress Monroe, is Harbour have received tti.;: attention

foiling equality, in respect to tnc du- clogged with burdensome. conditions lic debt, there! remains a sum of about seven well suited to the.sme purpose, and may required the laws relating to those objecis -
tie*.ot tonnage and impost.! This ofier and exclusive commercial privilege .iiillious i which hive defrayed the need the aid further legislative provision respectively. The continuation of .
was'partially: and successively: acceptedby granted to me nation trom M IMCItaev Ariiole expense of the Administration ot to the same end. The Reports from the Cumberland lioad, the most important
Givat Britain Sweden, the NetherUnas have separated, tu, the dls.a.1vanlabC Government in its Legislative\ Executive the various officers at the head of the of them all. after surmounting no' n-' }

the Uanseatic Cilie? Prussia, Sardinia ()f Mil oiucra. 1'..".) are now, all aware ami Judiciary :departnjeiis, including the administrative branches of tlte military considerable difficulty in fi !,g upon.tha !
the Duke of Oldenburg/i and Russia. that such concefcj.oii to any European auppstft of the Military ind Naval Estab- serVIce.connected wth the ..ou-tfteruur. direction of the.road*has commenced un... L
H was also adopted, under certain nalion> wouid be incompatible wttu thai J 11SlIl! digits, and all the occasional contin. clothing, subsistence, health, and 'pay ot' der the most promising aU p'Jce:1: b i
moduicatioiih! in our la, commercial& con- independence wluca they have declared gencHs of a Government co-extensive the Army exhibit the assiduous! vigilance the improvements recent invention 111. I
ventun with France. And, by the act of and mauuumed. with tue Union. of those officers in the performance or! the mode of construction, and with the I .

ConjjrcEsoftith: January, 18i, it has re- Among the measures which have. been The amount duties secured on mer- their respective duties, and. the faithful advantage cia great redaction. in the t .

CCIVC(1 a new confirmation, with AIL the suggested to In**,,u, uy the new reiations chaiidizeJinported, from the commence- accountability which has pervaded every comparative coat of the work ,
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rutioiifc who had acceded to it, and has with o-ie a.iotner, resulting: from tue recent meat of the year, is about twenty five part of the system. The operation of the laws relating to : .

betn' of.ered again to ..ll those who are, changes ol weir Condition! is that otat millions and a half; and t.lat which wilL Our rel.Ltlo" with the numerous tribesof the Revolutionary Pensioners may deserve ..,'

or may l hereafter be, willing to abide, in >>.SiCJaaJI1II6: tile Istumus ot fanama, a.. acoue.during the current quarter, is estimated aboriginal natives of this country scattered the renewed consideration of Congress .,
ftCpLocily, by it. Hut all these regula COIl6I'e :t at much each of them should at five millions and a half; from over its extensive surface, _and so The act of the 18th March, 1818, while it -
- lions, whether established by treaty or >>u represented-- to dciiDertte: upon 00- these thirty one millions, deducting the dependent, even for their existence, made provision for'many meritbriousand '
b}' municipal enactments,arc still subject jtcl imnorUnt to the welfare or. lI. Thc drAwbacks estimated at'less than seven upon our power nave been, during the indigent citizens, wb .had served in the' ; ,

to one important restriction. The removal itt.-uuiici>> of Coiomoia, of Alexico and ot millions, a sum exceeding twenty-four present year, highly interesting. An Act i. War of Independence, opened a door to '
; of discriminating duties of tonnage CcnLuLtmerlC'&, have Already deputed millions will constitute the revenue ot) the ,.oi Congress of 25th May, 1824, made au numerous abuses and imposition To .
at>d of impost, is limited' to articles! of I'lenijiolentianes to such a meeting, and year; and wilj' exceed the whole expend appropriation to defray the expenses of remedy this, the Act of 1st May, 1820 exacted '

the grotuh; produce or manufacture of they have invited me United State. 10 be turei: of the iYe>>.r. The entire amountof nuking Treaties of trade and friendshipwith proofs of absolute indigence, which ; ..,,..
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the county., to winch the vessel belongs, .aiso represented there by their mmislers. puolic debtlremainingdue! on the 1st of the Indian Tribes beyond the Mis- many really in want were unable, and dl ."

or) to hucn articles as are most usually first& lie invitation has: been accepted, ark! mi- January next.' will I be short of eighty one sissippi. An act of 3d March, 1825, authorised susceptible ofthat'deticacy which is allied ".
''lipped from tier ports. It will deserve msiers ou tile prttt ot the United Stales million: of dollars. Treaties to be nude with the Indians to many virtues, must be deeply reluctant
\ the! venous: consideration of Congress, will be commissioned to attend at tnoae Uy an Act of.I .:on;relS oftbe 3d of'March for their consent to the making of a ,to give. Tne result has been,that : '. .

"' her even this remnant of restriction deliberations, au4tutaKcp.rL' au tnem, HOUr last, A loan of (twelve millions of dollars road from the frontier of Missouri to that some: among the least deserving have :
In"y" not be safely abandoned and whe- as may be compatiblevith that neutrality -I was: authorized, at, four and a half per i of New M XICJ. And'another act of the oeen retained and some in whom the re : .' ;
tlItr, the general tender equal' compe- from which it ib! neitnrr our intention I cent or an exchange of stock to that a- same date, provided for defraying the expenses quisites both of orth and want were .: i

tiolI, n *de in the act of 8tti January nor me desire of the other American mount of four)and n half per ct. for a. of holding! Treaties with the Sioux combined have been stricken from \ko ,. o' .:
lti*.. may not be extendedto, include all "tate that we sjiould depart.I stock of six per cer|. to create a fund for Cbippeways, Menomeneesv Sauks, Foxes, : list. As the'numbers' of these venerable { ..: a'l'des_ of merchandise not prob. !tedof lie Commi oners unditr tile seventh extinguishing' an e\ual amount of the See. for the purpose of establishing boundaries relics of an age gone,by diminiauiie :;i:v.:( : 4, I

*flat country soever they may be the Article of the Treaty 6l Uncut, have *oqeaily public debt, bearing in interest of Jix per and promoting peace between said decays of body, mind and .estate of those ::-F}.:').:-''
produce or-manutacture. Propositions to completed tueir labors, that, by tile per cent. redeemable: in the yer 1826. Tribes. rue first and the last objects of that survive, must tn the common course :-,:;;; :. !

tin! chect have already been made to us Uepori recently received iro n the Agenton I: An account i>f the ureltakel1 10 these acts have been .accomplished ; and of nature, increase,,should not a more liberal :: ,.
by wore than one European government, tue part of the United Stateu, there at give effect, to {this! act\wilt be laid before the second is yet ih process of execution.The portion ot indulgence be* dt< out Atoj1uunL -. : :' ; I

utJ It *? Prota31e, that it once establish. reason to expect that tile cuaimissiou. will you oy the Secretarial OfVthe Treasury, treaties- which, since the last session' : : MY tbe .ant m.- '. : ,> .'
Dy _.. ,.. A ( in has of have been concluded: with stances,lie imefred t'rm the demand ". :
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-- Occu but it will the several'tribes will'be laid beforerfhe when the service can be duly proved t .._
un6uuQca uuratime :state, it would fur the 224 01 lay ot tIre ensuing year. partially accomplished, .'. !
recommend itself by the,experience ofit rue otuer Com .lla*IOII, appointed toascertain be.for the cbnsidenJon -of Congress, I Senate for their consideration, conformably andnayitotTheliitdaysofhumanio&m... : ; -\ i
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*advantages, to tUc general accession tall. me indemnities due\ for alaves wnetiier the power wits which clothed : to the- Constitution. They'comprise ity be spared the. mortification of purchasing : .:.'J' ,.' i
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:'... -, carried away from Like United 5taie,, alter tile Executive- should pot be renewed at large and'valuable i :'acquisitions. of Territory a pittance of,relief oniyby the '' ;. ., ;
The Convention Commerce and Navigation Uir ciose ot' tue' LAte war, nave wet an early day o* the present 'session, and ; and, the) 'secure an adjustment ofiboundaries exposure of its own necessities -1.; sub ;
. between the United States and with some difficult;, wmcrt ua delayed under what modificalioos.. .- and give. pledges! of perinaiient ;.' iflittoCougresAthe expediency either or' -I

::: }r.inc; concluded on tile |24Ui ol Jtine, their progress in. tile inquiry. A reference The act of I Congress\'of' the 'third.'of peace between cycrM .tribes which providing,for' individual: cases of ttiis :de- '.: .'/. :;:." ,;
\ 1622, was.in the understanding and intent usa been made to ine' Itritisli tio- Marcn last, directing thd Secretary-of the bad been long wag ing bloody:wsrguflsteacb atripftura by special enactmcnX, or.,of:re* ,J .'/; :!:: "
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.4 other. vising the "Acf-of 1st May, With. ,> :;_ ;
ci 1 the wuicn, it to in the' and : ;
both parties, as appears upon ,its face, verumeut on supject maybe Treasury subscribe, name of t .. << "
view the exclusions J ;
< to rigour- its
;-,- on)' a temporary arrangement of the :hoped, will tend ''to 'nJ.Meu (He' deciMtonuti'ae tar the use:of the United 'States, for 'one On the 12th.of February last,.a. Treaty : mitigate -", '- I
points ot difference between them of the : Commissioners orterveasa' thousand five'huDdr 'shares ofthecapi was signed at the Indian Springs,.betwt e&: in favor of persoas to whom dugrity- ,'' '__< .. 1
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tat stock,oft slid Delaware Commissioners the now. bestowed.can scarcely: dihugetb .
ttott immediate and pressing MUbsutule lor lUAuiuiiif Chesapeake: appointed; pn l't'oj I
It was limited, m the tint instance urgency.-to two the powesecificallygrated Canal Company, has t bof Jua c ; Ch.,trum the 1st of October 1822 but to Congi-ew' by the 'Constitution, are the actual slibscriptio br 4thif amqujat individuals of the rck&.tio "of of'Iadjians !t. The portion of the NaaIforce-ofib' a .'. ">' .;-
*itu a proviso that it should further COIbnUt those* cUiblisjii )g uuifpiin:iaw.,oa the specified Wdsathotier measures'' o which was received at'the. 'Beat ofGoicrnment : Union' i& actual service' baa .been-eolbfiy'''>t < ..t .;,

: .a torce, till the,conclusion ofa gcaifd subject of: ankrUvtciet'ttil'o"tilluUt the been adopted byt.b..t.. fEcciJr. un5er thatrti'.inteQliofts only a few days.before (be clQ Dtf.1 definitive treaty-pf commerce tnowned U QltCd.6l *, *nU! :ot 'uiwiUnig ior orunuo uct,as the lulfillraent ctbejaiest ; 're. [tte las?.Session. ,of ,Congress,. and. of the, t1rrsr.D' t1e: eoast* of South;;Aiiria \ : :: :
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West Indies. An occasional' crutser,hMI tint,'and."ith,one> pf tin 'act ip&\ .,i Vrtmttl! tif.IyteUI' I knatrfedge.paOTtw : We)Vht .bol:ess.N "' the' House t', 6icb solemn. at (tatrolfup : 1t,7;"

f'teen sent to' range" along the ;African I time powers ,ofEurop&;- A* a. p'tetioa' b ave ben of tlutlmproTejment. tJ! then\ cbniii'.ed o("sixty-five''membeYs any .pf: tb i f1 t".,. ,:;: ..
. shores most' the further'advancement ; at WIth htU a da-,; '' fs l bw f.otlt attd( Nrfebt not- of
polluted by traffic. efjol : a chry :a i itdej now number,u wards of two ed by an irrciistabl sense of,
,:" 1 slaves ; one armed vessel has been .sta- cession strength, it ,Ait only htttttttbied'Kith it1t -Vntc oT'f eq>tl 1 proportional; i : I hate 1own '
The Senate con'
J which duty recommended
hundred.
' .;'; ttionedon the coast of our eastern bo n- t.oit9rtllei.most.tin jatl of conflicts,: ..?xjertion.iiitHe: acme *'o non -cause.-: .Of.J; ; t o<

': dary, to cruise along the fishing grounds t btit'covercditsehi'and o.country with the cost jO f these undwukings, if the I sisicd of'twenty-six members, has I you..a'tterit on, should syou tome

.' In Hudson's Bay, and on the coast of Labrador unfading glory. Bu it k only :since the rafre' kPenditttreaof\ 'outfK, equipment, (now] 'f9i1--eight. But the Exectitive to the conclusion, that howe

.' '. ; and the first service of a new J close of the late,war, ;hal, by the nurfiberan and ,com letton 2 f the expeditions, were I[I and mill more the Judiciary : desirable in themselves, the enact.
: -, J force: of the of which it compOsed -, be 'considered the onlY' dhar it .
frigate has been performed in restoring It ships was to es, Departments are yet in.a great men of laws for effecting then
: it could deserve the of Na be unwortV/a and i
" to his native soil and domestic enjoy name a would great gene,I
, i measure confined to their premt-- i would transcend the
ments the veteran hero whose youthful vy. Vet "retains nearly the same organization ; rousation to take a second thought.Ofie .- I powers com
h. '. blood and treasure had freely flowed in I I as when it consisted only of five i hundred expeditions! of circumnavi-j: organization and are new not : mitted to you by that venerable in.strumentwhtch .

': the cause of our Country's Independence, I I frigates.. The rules and regulations by g 'hon, li\e thosj of Cook and ": adequate to the urgent wants of a : we are all bound

; End whose life had been a series of services !t whicliit is governed urgently call for revision would notburden exchequer of the( [ still growing community.The I II support lei po consideration it-
-
...,. and sacrifices, to the improvement of I and the want ofa Na*.l School ofInstrnctionCorrespottdmg nathn 'fittik: diem'ut, so much as the I duce to ,the
.: his fellow men. The visit of General Lafayette with the Mili- wjays. %nd beans defraying a single i naval' rmamtnts, which, tan you assume exerciseof

'. alike honorable to himself and to \ )' at West Point for the for campaign in "1L1" But if we take into period forced themselves powers not granted to you by

; our Country, closed, as it had commenced tamotion of scientific and accomplished offi the,account'ti* live of those benefactors early the people. But, if-the power to
necessities of Union
., with the most affecting testimonials cers, is felt with daily increasing aggrava of mankind, of touch their services in the I upon the the exercise exclusive legislation i in
.. tion. cause orttielr--inte were the purchase t soon led to the establishment of aDepartments
vtnUo of devoted attachment' ..-:- \- _on f" _his_part..-.......rp'u and ofliitn > '--.10-.1'oonJ'l'hs of 25th May, 1834, Jlk.w'shan) the .. in retuflf It will form hereafter, a authorizing an examination and survey of pF' ices be ehjiatAttl ? And what compensation I ol Foreign ana the l : J L ft'hmh'Q jr.l

pleasing incident in"the annals of our U- I the harbour of Charleston, in South! Caro. btu DePaile to them, or to I and of the Interior, which, early lay and collect taxes, duties; m.

nom, giving to real history the intense interest line, of St. Mary's in' Georgia, and of the their countries, for hem ? Is it not by after the" formation of the Govern- J posts, & excises; to pay the debts,

of romance' and signally marking Coast of Florida, and for other purposes, bearing them in iffectionate remembhmce' !i and provide for the common de
has been Is it not till more by imitati 1.I ment-nad been united in one, continue
the unpurchaseable tribute of a great Na- executed t>o far as the appropriation fence and general welfare
tion's social affections to the disinterest would admit. Those of the od of g del example ? ly enabling country-1 j l 10 united, at this time, to United States lithe of the

cd champion of the liberties of' human .March last, authorizing the establishmentof njepof our own to pnrsue the 4,the unquestionable detriment ol I ; power lore.

I kind. a Navy: Yard and Depot on the Coast! r'rt", and to hazardYhtar lives in the'same the public service. The multiplication I g elate commerce- with foreign nation

The constant maintenance of a small of Florida, in the Gulf of Mexico, and authorizing c use ? I I of our relations with the and among the several States,

squadron in the Mcditenanean, il1 a necessary the building of ten sloops of In inviting the attention of Congress to I and with the Indian tribes ; to fix
!nations and Governments of
substitute alternative war. and for other are in the i of internal the
for the humiliating purposes the subject improvements, i j t I the standard of
r of paying tribute for the security course of execution I for the particulars. I'l>ori a view thus enlarged, it i:* not my !! of l world, has kept pace with that weights and measures

of our coinmerce'\n that sea and for a of which, and other, objects connected' iesigrt to recommend the equipment of i j i of our population and commerce, ; to establish p;stofficesand

precarious peace, at t'c' mercy of every with this Department, I refer to the report : : in expedition for circumnavigating the+i while, within s the last ten years, anew post-roads ; to declare war ;

caprice of four ttarbary States, by whomit of'the Secretary of the Navy, herewith ?:lab.<* for purposes of scientific research family nations in our to raise and support armies ; to

was liable to be violated! \n additional communicated.A I' x>]d i q uiry. We have objects of usefuli own provide and maintain a navy to

motivt, for keeping a respectable force report from the Postmaster-General. i r vestigaiion nearer home, and to"vhicb hemisphere, has arisen among the dispose of and make all ;
needful
stationed mere! at tins tint, i is found in is also submitted, exhibiting the present of f.r cares may be, mu re beneficially ap- inhabitants of the earth, with

the maratime war raging between the rtuuiishing condition of that Department. p led The interior of our own territo- whom our intercourse, commercial rules and regulationsTerritory respecting

.' G ,
Deut'-ftl navigation of tins Union is always for the. year, ending on the first of p tored. Our coasts along many degrees belonging to the U.. S and to makealllaWI

.o in iLnger; of outrage uiid depredation.: A July last, exceeded the expenditures during oil latitude, upon thc shores of the Pacific self furnish occupation to an active which shall be

Fe* instances have occuned of such depredation the same period, to the amount ot" ocean, though much frequented by our I and industrious DI)artment. The for necessaryand
& these
upon our tierchant vesselsbv more than forty "t" thoui&nd dollars. 0- spirited commercial navigators, have been constitution. of the Judiciary, ex proper carrying pow
]'. '. pnvateers pirates wearing the! lire ther f facts equai.y creditable to the alinm.stratum barely visited: by our public ships. The i prrimemal and imperfect as it ers into execution :-If these powers .

dan flag, but without real authority from( ot the Department are, that Iliver of the West, first folly discovered I of and others enumerated in the
thr Cii eek, or any other, government. ThbermestruglesoFthe e in two year* from' the first of July, Hs2J. a-jid m navigated by a countryman of our was, even in the infancy our existing Constitution may be effectually
an i/nIrovement of more tnan one hun-! : still bears the i Government, is yet more inadequate -
tre1'themselves, own, : Rime of the ship in brought into action by laws
in which dyed and eighty-five thousand t dollars! in rich h ascended its to the administration of pro
.. o.uvar G'u-istians;' IU" }i.--? Y11MY8Mftii. '" its .pecuniary. _' .aiY..irs.....: 'lus been inore.uc realized! ; : protection of our armed national fla r .national justice at our present ma moting the improvement Agriculture -
: \t. 'h. .n .ho E n\\it too 01. a Its Comm
"--'lIltiOUt"1 we maintainedviin M. mouth, vrxhme establishment iffmilitary vl.. i t, and :\.lanufaclures' -
the mail has exceeded turity. Ninej wm l +iw t.-.t
t es .Itudts tit success, adverse and fin-our- transportation of thf al post here, or at some other the cultivation lHd 'encouragement
ailr.similar) one million tire hundred thousand since a predecessor in this crffict-,
jint ot of
that Mechanic
p coat, recommended by toe and of
motives have Tendered exprcliejVthe miles, annually' ; and that one Uio.is.uiuandf'o'ty p redecebior and .Iread)' matured in the my now 'not the last, the citizen who, the elegant Arts, the advar'Vment

keeping of a like force on the new post-ofiices have been es- d i-hberatiois'' of tk last Congress, I would perhaps of all others thropgnoat of
taoli hed. Literature and tue of
U underjudicious ,
hence that
coasts of Peru und Chili i the Pacific. appears s' progress
on ;,goat tJieexpeliency ofcnnnect-ngthe the U Tlion, conrributctl most to the
T lie irregular and convulsive: character t a, me incline tiom r I equipment" ,!'jublic sup| ) fp the exp form tinn and establishment of the Sciences, ornamental and pro
this establishment ma, be relied on a s +
tht war upon; the shores, has been extended oraitonof tie whole north-west coastol'this found-to refrain from exercising
- to the conflicts the fully adequate to defray its exjiei.se. : and our Constitution in his valedictory -
upon ocean. cO'1til1tlt.I them, fur the benefit of the people
An active uarfare has ben kept for that by the discontinuance of post-roads, esublilinent a'.ldrrss to Congress imm:'diatc*
up situ( ullproll1civeIlh'a' at'nture I of an uniform stand- themselvesvoulci be to hide in ihe
with alternate } : ly his relirrment from
years
preci-diug
suC'cess. though geii ot
aj-d eightj4nd measures was one of earth the talent committed
uscful'diai-acter
h tall to
the outhargfwould
rail the aiay ; opened,
e to of the AmericanPatrlob.
) advantage n the life recommended
circulation specific objcts in the public urgently
of the mail snali contemplated be
But their naval forces have not keep pace treachery ;o the
formation of < Constitution, and to fix the revision of the Judiciary and
tt.th the I
of MJ ,
'alwas spread our auU
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been under the control of their population ; must sacred of trusts
that
own lilockbdes the comfort- 01| friendly corie&pondence' ,I standard 'p one of the powers delegated the establishment of an additional!
government unjustifiable the l by exp-e terms, in that instru1 The spirit of improvement is abroad -
exclusive internal Uaihc: aim UleIgins Executive The *
u on Department. xingencies -
| any acknowledged principles
>
of the melt, to Conj es. he governments of upon the earth. It stimulates -
shall bed.s-
periodical
. ()fintcrnationallaw, have been proclaimed press Great UiHtaui nil Trance have of tnt public service,
"' inbutcdu scarcely i the and
) the remotest corners or ihe heart sharpens toe
by officers in command and
though cfjasrd to be occipied with and I and its unavoidable deficiencies as
inquiries
,
disavowed by the supreme authorities, the Union at a chat!;e Muvcely..perccptible) the "acuities, not of our.fellow-citizcfls
protection of'our wn to any individual, and without tee cost of' speculations on same subject, sieve I. nJ10 xercise, have added yearly alone butofthenatidnso'
: commerce against t lie existence e.Jt'.our constitution and Europe*
them has be n made cause of a dollar to the l public treasury cumulative weight to thr considerations -
complaintanri I with them it bas expanded into.profound, and of their rule;s. While dwelling -
..; of erroneous imputations upoa son;e Upon this first occasion of addressing 1 hborioiia and expensive researches into presented by him as persuasive wih satisfaction

. .- of4 lit. nostgatlant officers of our Navy the Legislature ot the Union, with wii cii It ie figure of the earth, and the compara- to the measure, and in re upon
Complaints equally" been 1 haH been honored tu j the superior excellence of our
6'J'uundJess-ha\e in presenting t ve length of the pendulum vibrating commending it to delibera-
none by' the commanders of the Spanish their view, the execution, so far as it :Jas Is. :vends in various latitudes< from the Eq tions I your political: institutions, let us not be
am to have the in
CR"\al forces in those> ; but the most been ertecttd, of the measures sanctioned I uator to the Pole These researches happy' unmindful that Liberty is Power ;

elective protection to our commerce his by ;them, for 'promoting the internal I i have resulted in tic composition and pub- fiuence of his high authority, in that the nation blessed with the

been the flag and the firmness! of our own improvement of our country, 1 CdnllotClose ''cation of several works highly interest- aid of the undoubting convictions

commanding officers. The cessation of the<< communication without recommending i 3' i g to the cause fsc1'nce. The expe- of my 'own experience.The l largest portion of liberty, must, in

the -ar, by the complete triumph of tbc to their calm and perseveringconsideration ments are )eti the process of perform proportion to its numbers be the

Patriot cause has removed it is, hoped.til L. the general principle in amore ance. Some of. icm, have recently been laws relating *n tn :adminp most powerful nation. upon earth ;
; cause of dissension with one party, enlarged extent. The great objectof made on ourowirshores' within the walls istration of the Patent Office are a rill" that the tenure or power by-

j and aH vestige of force of the ocher flu the institution of civil government, is of one of our own Coll e8. und partly by consideration man, is, in the moral purposrs of
' I all niitetlled) coast of may degrees; of 1 la- the improvement ofthe condition ofthosewho o'ne' of our own felbw-citizeits. it would deserving much his Creator -
condition
that it
til ute, forming part ot our own Terri tory are parties to the social compact ; be honorable to oir country if the sequel and, perhaps, susc f p i! II' of s-.me upon

ai.d a flourishing commerce and fisher and no government, in whatever formconstituted of the same experioents should be countenanced improvement. The! grant of shall be exercised to ends of bem-

} extending to tnc Hands of the t acific can acciviplisn the lawful I l>y the patona of our government power to regulate the action ot ficence. to improve the condiuoaof

and to China, dill req'ure that the pro ends of its institution, but in proportion as they have hitherto been by this has himself and his fellow men.,
teeing pouer of tic Union should bet as it improves the condition; of those over til lose of France and Britain. Congress on subject, specified While foreign nations, less blessed
i displaced under its'flag, as nell upon the whom it H established. Roads and Ca both the end to be attained,
ocean as upon tue land nals, oy multiplying and facilitating Connected with the establishment of an and the means by whicn h' is to be with that freedom which is power,
University, or separate from it, might be
communications intercourse between rctt"d-to than ourselvesjare advancing \vithiA'antic
the
ofthe West :
1 The objects India squadron undertaken the erection or an astronomical promote progress
"j,1 j'. hate beep, to carry into executionthe distant regions, and multitudes of men, : observatory, with provision for the of science and the useful arts, b) < strides in tne'career, of'Iublic
,
;' t i laws fur: the suppression of the Slave .1'C among me mo important means: of1I1ItJ1'u'ement. sijpport: .'f an uitronoiiier, to be in con securing fur limited times to authors improvement ; \vereve to
for the Hut moral, poht cal, intellectual
Trade of
protection
t ; our commerce slant attendance of observation pon the and inventors the exclusiv. lumber ir indol nceor fold up our
aguintt vessf I* of piratical character. improvement, are duties assigned ,
ofthe heavens and for the
and
phenomena periodical arms proclaim to the wo'rIdthat
by the right to thitir respective wr ling
though bearing commissions from ei'ther author of our existence; to social (of his observation It -
publication s.
.)if the beJligere parties for ;itspi"tertion !, no !less than to individual, nun. For isjwitu no feeh"g! of pride, as an Ameri and discoveries. If an hones* we are palsied by the will of

against open and uiuquivucalp1 1 the fulfillment: of those duties, governments can, that the remark may be made, that, pride might be indulged in the reflection ur constituents, would it not be
.i's. These objects dun: the arc invested with power, a.,a to 10 cast the bounties of Providence
.g pre on the compamtively small Territorialst'rface that on the records of tha1 away
11' yr ar 'nave been accomplished, more tee attainment o; ,the end, the provessue ( of tliere and doom
Carole, are existing up office found inventions ourselves "to
are already
cftt-ctuaily? than at u:,v formtr pen; .d.- mipiovemcm the condition ut the Iniidred and
of of these
Mardn ,
one thirty
"rpetual inferiority ? In the
r 1 he .\fncan Slave Trade han long been governed, tilt txtrcise of delegated: powers light-houses of tee skies ; while throughout the usefulness ul'which has scarcely -

excluded; ,:, the use of our flag ; ami if I. i& a iluij assaciedand indispensable, : the whole American hemisphere, been transcended ,in the annals course of the year, now drawing to

some few citizens of our country have con as the usurpation ot'pnwer.noi; gr.uue), is tTiere is nut oit., It we reflect a moment p of human ingenuity, would its close, we have beheld, under

ti uied to set the laws of ,the Union, as criminal and odious. Among the li'st' upon the ,Discoveries, which in the not its exultation be allayed by thee the auspices and at the expense of
VL'I1 as those of nature ant( humanity, at perhaps the very first instiu.mnt tor tae have been made in th r
laft! four ccnliirif, la one State ol"t1.h! Union new Uni-
whether the shave effectively
.. defiance, by persevering in that abomina- improvement of t.ie condition of men, is. I constitution, ot the universe, inquiry,
physical by
bit toflic it uas been only by sheltering knowledge ; and to the acquisition ot the means of these buildings, and of observers ;. insured to thr inventor veisity unfolding its pcrtals to the

tb,'ui'-eUes under the banners ot other much of the. knowledge adapted to the state) ;et in them, wall! wejioublutlliicir the rewarddestined to them by th sons of science and holding up
nations, I less earnest rorTiie- totalextfnc: U/UMV, tlu -en a<.':'>".. S"U .njnytteutut fIt 'he torch of human
mciulncis tu wvery nltuQi And Constitution, evcc a litmt.*d term improvement_
tit ti of the trade than ours. The autnaii life, public institutions and seminaries I Jwlule
irregu of ; sc trct ty a year passes 6>er ouheads r of exclusive right to their discoveries to eyes that seek the light. We
: Lr privateers have, uithin the last year, leaimug are essential so convinced aitlmut new"astro
; bringing some under
bt in of they was first of IOn have seen, the persevering1and
'en a gut measure b'Jtni&hedfrom i the my predecessors -
I rio'mcil,! discovery to light, which we
+ those seas ; and the pirates, for months I in tins ollice, now first in the memory mutt t tin receive at second hand from enlightened enterprise of another
,a\, living, he first the hearts the 24th December, 1799, State the of %tires
past, appear to have been almost entirely was in Ku not cutting ourselves oft* waters our -
ate we
swept away from the borders and the of our Cviuntr), that once and again in h.s trJai ope the means of returning light fyrhht it was resolved b) Congress :I hat '. lern'Lakes mingled with those of

shores of the two Spanish islands in those addresses to tue Congress, \\ ith wlurn lieCOolpcl'ated ; w.ule we I have neither observatory I marble monument shou'd! be erected the Ocean. If undertakings like

regions The active, persevering, and 1 in the public service, he ear n.r' observer epee our 11.,11'uf the glo e e : by the U. States, in the Capitol these have been in
accomplished
the
emitted nestly rccommeaue establishment of
uw of Captain; '
energy Warring-
and in
the earth revolves
perpetualda : at the City Washington
I ton, and of the officers and men unih-rhis seminaries of learning, to piepareibr all kne8s to ? I ; he com puss of a few years, by the
our unsearciung e es
" j. command, on that trying and perilous !service the emergencies of peace and war-a national I ) that the family of Gen. Washington authatttYofsinble members of our

..; have been crowned with signal sue university and a military acxdt'rny. When on the 251B of October, should be requested to permit Confederation, can we the Representative

CC5:> and are entitled to the approbationof With respect to tile Utter: had he lvelito i7 I 91, the first President of the UnUfd his body to be deposited! under Authorities cf, the whore

-heir country. But experience hasshewn the present day, in turning iiii eyes to the States annuunc'd to Congress it : and that the monument be so
; I"- that not even a temporary suspension institution at West I'omt, he would ttaveenjoyed I of : .Union, fall behind our fellowservants -
the bull the first
; re enumeration designed as to commemorate th"
< !:. j or relaxation from assiduity! j can the gratification of ms most earnest I in the exercise of the trust
r. ': Le indulged( that station, without reproducing wishes. Out, -in surveying the city vI" the inhabitants{ of this !great events of his military andpolitical i committed to us for the benefit"'of

: -. pirac} and murder in all their which has been honoured with nU name, Union, he informed them that the : f life. In reminding Congress our common sovereign by the accomplishment -
,
!' :" ." lii/T'jrs ; nor is it probable that for ) .earstr he would have seen the spot of earth) returns gave the pleasing assurance of this resolution, and that L of
,:...: to c me our immensely valuable commerce which he had destined and bequeathed that population! of the United works important
the it
monument
> in those seas can navigate in seen : to the use and (benefit of Iris country, as contemplated by to the whole and to which neither

:,:,,>. ri''}, without the sturdy continuance of an : the site for an university, still bare and States bordered on four millions remains yet without execution, I the authority nor the resources of

, "i<" armed force demoted to its protection. : b:'I rcn. t : of Pers.)nsy-At the distance shall indulge only the remarks, any one state can be adequate ?

''. r "' It :ere indeed a vain and dangerous it.14.19011 assuming her station among the civil of thirty years frbm that trine=, the that the. works in the Capitol are Finally, fellow-citizens,. I slia.lt

. ; to believe, that in the present or ized nations of the earth, it would seem latt! enumeratiot J five years since approaching to completion that the
await with
andfaithful '
I pi obuhle condition of human that our country had. contracted1 engagement cdrnpleted /anted cheering hope,
society, acoir.merccso p're a population consent of the family, dc irrd. by of
to contribute her share co-operation the result
of mind
extensive aid' rich ,
I so as ours, millions.
.t". coMd exist and be pursued in safety; ot labour and of'expense, to the improve-l bordering upo, ten Per- the resolution, was requested and your deliberations : assured that,.

without the continual support of a military meul of these: partsof knowledge which hapsof ill the vtdenceS of a pros obtain, 'that a monument has without encroaching thee

nutrine the only aim uj '"Iat..., tt,,. HA pultha roach ot individual acquiSItion porous 'and' t''' happy condition been recently erected this city upon
di -thsr -tfUth ontiei -
41 powrr of this confederacy car be estimate ; and particularly to geographical' of| huinau"'',QC\eiy, the rapidity 3t the exprnac of ihe Nation( over JJ QW.ejfi of qco the"w o Statesor

. ed nr felt b>' foreign nations, and the onlyatan'ting ibid astronomical science. Looking back of 1 the increase of popula-. the remains of another distinguished respective: ,
" military force which can never to the history only ot the half century -- to the people, yon will,

.. '. dangerous, to our own liberties at since the declaration of our Independence tc n is the mist unequivocal patriot of the ,Revolution ;; with a. due sense of your obligations

_ home. A permanent naval peace estab.lishment and observing the generous emulation .jtit, the den onstratioR of ourprosperity and that a spot has been reserved to your country, and of the

therefore, adapted to our present with, which the governments of France, rests, not alone up within' the walls, where-you are high responsibilities weighing. -
condition and adaptable to that gigantic Great Britain and Kuawa, have devoted on this i indication. Our camdierce, deliberating the benefit of this ..4pm

:. growth with which! the nation is tue genius, the intelligence, the treasures weaith.8c'the extent of our territories and future In which the' t yourselves give efficacy .to the
our ages, mortal
advancing its career, i is among,the'subjects of their respective nationsto the common) means committed to you for the
which have already occupied the improvement of the species in these ,.;haje increased In corre- remains may be deposited ol common good. And 'may'he who

- .. to'- foresight'of the, last Congress, a which oranch.es of science, ia it not incumbentupon aPR 'n proportions! ; & the nutty- him whose spirit hovers over you, searches the hearts of the childrenof

.. # wilt tkW"t your serious deliberations.Our .- us to inquire whether we are not be f'lnrtejjcfldent' communities, and listens with delight to every exerlionr to

;" Navy, commenced at an early period bound by ubli6 (Mot:u high'and honorable as ociated .\ nauc.Federal (Union, act of the Representatives of his I men, prosper your and

; it of our preset political organization, upon character, to contribute' our' portion ha i.sirice that timcnearly t doubled.Tt Nation,which can tend' to' exaltand secure_ the blessings of peace,
: scale commensurate with the of energy and exertion to the the highest welfare of bur
,; ; + a incipient cdro.mo/i promote ,
" stock? The of e J legislative representation of r ,adorn his and their Country. .
i ... energies, the scanty resources, and 'voyages discovery,prosecuted country J
" 'I the comparative tpdigenee of our infancy, in I the course of that time,'at the States'an\i\ People, in-the two The ,Constitution, under,.'which ,

I ". Has even, Uun, fouqd Adequate) tb cope expense of those"nations<, have not only ho ''des'. of':OlngresB l has grown you are-" l.&embte.df.is'* charter of .Jolin" Qui cY.A..dap1S: ,

it u-Hh, all the'l'owcrst1t"'Batiulir,=a.vcbe, red Q tiu3ed to tlicir'gloryr(,buVUx: tbt e'up- vri U tlit'ioVth of tbair conotitu-. limited. .pow rAfter.. : 'fall \ and ;: Washington. ,De.ci 6ri22fcr >- ,

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I position if,. wholly'} protected .by 1" The IZfl. VI e'OD ta1 act otthe a
ate
'ti gn LegitUtlTe tkI -.f .. O III '" .
Ag :
1PL! < Tartar point tiieiweUolthe the \ 1 .It} ..'. o 'L" i. .-...-.I' ,,..'" '-,;
agaiim. iA,">i tl.!:, :'r' .i 1' 1I to f tKeT. frhort,'ufrPlorld r 6n the mR %*. .
sea_ Which strong Southerly on, the,eitabliibrafit 'jof.Va 3ait 'ofwrtSk,': Ba EfO ootvln ;fter rtrtiltialife p ;
.. 5'i qt ; ,> :r.'tbcro) ..1.tuate4 its .l'e.M; /'
the of
SATURDAY JANUARY 7, 826. winds sets over the bar. \ ** ** % "' f I ? HIM' City .
It tbroughe.jDteime laJ.cCo w.titres), inquire ;into pe;; o pJedienc7 ofsee anditfunmedUte vicinity t belon 'U.A 'tat's; ;
Vcritt sans I firer.Pmaiden ,is favorably situated 'for rend from1Pefi8ac+fft" tow alhb 'p *sinpomr addition er.al t'nd.- vrvi.'John n. r en WICK,is offered feW Q s t '

:ring |.rompj assistance\ to ves-- I and from]'(hmceto St AO*astiae.r .' wry 'law'to. thfe acfof: the'las:'Congress For terms, apply to the subscriber, who.is : I

:'. Messagr --The sets approaching the ,harbor. Its I Ii T is a :'eticntlo: ; ,wjitch J ;;# havedforwir 'better'Ip f iecurc :the rights his fie duly. constituted agent and attorney ,
:
length of this highly interesting i healthiness is not surpassed by any l ong l look ,io,' afford our of the ownefi of! wrecked propertyon in e'm'

document (which we could: not other part of the bay, and freshwater frirods .the interior an opporiu- the Florida coast. A. \ UBfc & \sot. i

permit oars-lf to injure by dividin J is there abundant, and of a 1 nity to remunerate us for the.trou- Also, on motion of Mr. White, a* present occupied fb, the

) has excluded much matter wholesome quality ale and expense, incurred! in the if was sujicrtber, amnst ;pleasant>> '"

intended for this paper, and alsoprevents Other positions;; in other partsof establishment(; and maintenanceof Resolved, Thaj the Com. on' and desirable residence If not soon sold, -

us. from commenting the bay, have engaged our attention our pa per, almost without, pa. Public Lads instructed to in tenant will be,to together rrnt.fay with the year.to some furnatii an approved e. ;!

it ; suffice it to say, that it is well ; but, upon mature consideration :- ronage; : .we therefore,. trust that quite into the expediency of granting A Lot adjoining the South _corner of .

-north the attentive perusal of evrr we are unanimously of host die osed'* to encourage the to ac ual settlers ID fire Territory i Redding Street, at. the upper end of

> oneand any one, having readit opinion that the position winch dissemination 'p( those. 'Jftincibletf of Fiotida, donations and preemptions the public square. '

would find remarks nn it from we have designated, is the most wnich wi a
us, suncr8.aJK' and IJunp--.sp i. eJirihl( unHpr all eifcu!net ru_n_., *. -,.,...-"- --.S ana combines the greatest ddran- their names Accompanied by States similarly situated. and.oppOS1te. to the ..Cityrt" $Acola.

jVava!Depot.-Our readers will perceive cages a substantial pr&r of at intentionto I Ati o, on motion oi Mr. White, next +o ;th improvements of. JuJgb a
that the IOGJI- Brackenridgf ; Situations like this '
from tae following, The exhibit support us. it was ure I '
Depot within our Uuy, destined to become valuable a&residences .
ieAXval
t,<.Mioft lctcnnined on, and approved by the the position whicii has brrnselected -T Kc&olved. That the reports of for.the kummer, as well as for the culti -
is'rt' denl. and embraces the quantify The number of Medical Stu the Commissioners appointed to ration IIf the Ora ige, &c. ,
) !
C shy of a letter from the Hon.. J. i; of laud we accent' end .o bf drnts attending the Lectures at ascertain claim and titles to landin 800 Arptus ol Land, :

M. White, dated retained for a Naval E ublisii-! Transylvania Univeriity, i it, Lexington the Territory cf Florida, be referred more or ieS, aonut tnree 'nnle north of f

WASHINGTON, Dec. 10, 1825. menu 1;.*. is two hundred and to the Com on Private; H8acoattiid! known by the name 'ofSy :

DEAR SIR-i have the satisfaction That part of your instructions 8tV nty-one. '. Land Claims. j nines'a, on which there is Comfort ;

to inform' you, that the report which directs us to purchase the I Mr. White also uft".-red the followirig able etipied dwelling some time and outhouses,'and was oc t
since
oi the Commissi ners, appointed land, we are no. n> Cf&sitatcd tu We recjut-st the Editor of the which lies on the table 6m I II there is an excellent stream by'f'ol.Valton of witer run-* '

to 5t'h"rt a site for a Naval Depot : act upon as the stir we have selected Washington City Gazette, when uay : I I nmg through this tract of land, and it i is -

and Nay Yard on the Coast : :already belongs to the Go. he copies from our paper, in future '> Resolved, That: the Secretary of' well timbered-there is nut, perhaps 'i ia
to cridit us, not the *, Flori- the this vicinity, a more eligible situation fora
of Flua ida, has been received and vtrnnu-nt. it ap>.ers from the Treasury be r: quisled to communicate saw mill.
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approved at that Department ; report of the Commissioners appointed dan. The. Floridian' has not been to this H use any report ALSO,,-

by which the Navy Yard is established to examine the land claims (nuMisned for nearly two fear he may have received from the Sundry articles of dousehold furniture

'at or near Tartar Point, in West Florida, that Mr. R.che- past, the G t"tttbein issued Receiver and Rgiscr of the District : ltubertlitchell .

between Pcnvacola a*d Barrancas. blave clainird 800 arpens, WhiCh fr'''in the J>arve office, though indifferent of Weal Florida, under the I Agent it Allotntry Hi tact, ,

The Secretary of the Navy in- embraced Tartar point. This h nJs.- provisions of an act of the lust session -: 'tor t.ur. John R.}'eowick.

chin however cttd T of Cong s, entuled "An Pensacola, 4th J-u. 1826..-45-tf. '
fipus. me, hat he constd.'is it, was nj< by uct ,
(rim all the information in his tne Commissioners, and is ''here Bakers R 'fare -It is said the as- to extend'the' time !for the sltleiiieu List! vtE.iAU.NG Le.lt rs'

fore presumed to be not valid. biz of lir.caVas\ suck up at 'herrner : oi Private Land Claims in
possession, r highly advantageous. t; ) in .he P.,si Of-
of Halafox' and Government
the of
loca'ion, and is disposed to coopetaie li was our intention to nave returned ierritory l-londa/'Sec.' ..L t fur at Pui5aCola: un the 3-1 uti

with me in any measures by lain l !, as being piefter- Streets on : V\ tdn: ("Ida) lst.We Tuesday Dec 13. < y ui D Cimbtr9 1825, ,vrnich, it

calculated! to accelerate i s forma I able to tuk lie a public':t'ai..t from The resolution vestcrua.ffirr lion, and extend its establishmentso ihe station ; hut it has been dermed observe byl notice stuck by i\ r..hU..., tailing bur -reports will iorwatued if the,,General _

far as to meet all the exigencies necessary that the: John Auam, oft in the streets, liar an election irom the H... rivers oi Land Uttice: Post Office as dead lr t'ers.A .

,/'f our commerce in the Gulf. nvv lying nvre, should I Lave the for an Aldtfru>an is to be held on in West Florida, was taken u; and -Capt. J Anderson, J- :Ap ; .. i

Tne construction fortificationsfor \\ st Indies, on account of the the- 13th. in,3t.JSiuet.,, -.., -- -- -- agreed .o. pliby, Augus tus.A. Adte 3, Deli .
i
dfbiiitaled of Oa motion of Mr. White, it w..s Uh .
our harnourresult as a neces j tate= her crew ; wt Alien.
sary consequence from the adop snail, therefore, embark in uta ONGjR, 5euth l\\Nr; L. tfesolved "i tint the Com. on B. Geo. M. Brooke 2, Francis '

tion of the previous measure, and snip, as so- n as she is ,ready furs ---- : regress. = Commerce ue instructed to inquire W Brady, Wiliia: Blunt 2, John

an effort will be made to procurethe a, and pt uceed in het'tu t.r Cne- lFIkS'l' SRSOX into the exdi 'ncyol mK>nH: :)t'Audrtw's J. li"rry, Aat. B. Bishop Henry .

passage of suitable laws forth Sap= ake. ; La nd Jacksonvil.e in M. Bracknridge, Brnj"min S.
DeolZth 1825.
I Monday
attainment of that obj ct. I VVe have the honor to be, very Is THE SENATE. lilt 'lemt-rv oi rioiiua ports 01 Uuttetwurth, Sears Bryan, David _

A communication with Mobile 'resj ectlully, your most ob'jaieniSv.vams. Mr. Hendijickbunhuted? the ful entry and delivery. Bleakie), W m. M Boyee, Mary -

Bay is a most desirable object, Resolved, that the Com. on Burke.
1' wir.g resuiut'ipn.Reolved: .
connected with these improvements '" m. Bainhrid re \ That a Select Com. Roach and Canals be instructed to (,'.-Isaac Clark 2, Scaxtu8 C..mpt

and must shortly be tflVcicd as inquir, into tfe expediency of makiugan Thomas H. Chambrrlain, Captain
L. u iiiTih toij of five oe
appointed on I
either under the patronage of memper of appiupriaiion fur upair C >chess 2, Daniel Cclquhoun, Edward
the government or by individual J allies iiiuuie the subject Roads and Canals, ing the oiu r ad from Coleruiu, i in I Campbell, Collector of the J

enterprize, which will largely contribute lion. Sam) L. :vu n-ia, Y otherwise.Tnp with leave.to report by a bill or Georgia; u> bt Augu3>ine, and. Customs Key West, John S. Cummings -J]

10 the interests of the G jyernment Secretary of the jVavy, from thence to Ntw Smyrna in J. N. Coxe, Sidney Smith
Washington. Senate proceeded to the the Territory of Florida, known
connected with Coleman.
as the .
j
consideration: of he following re-
Naval tulut on, byMr Hayn :
of our City and the safety of Aavy Department1 Dec 2d. 1825 *'Re''lolve1rlat! uniform I Uwsrhrougiioui war in possession ol the Britishgoerniiitu Da> !s, Alexander Douglass, Wm. I 1

our coast. bin- i'ae iiis.iucuot.s uluch. by tne appellation oi J Drx'er, James Dean. :
h United ,
States
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I am very respectfully were given 10 Captains Bainbridge. e of E -Alfred W. Elwee 2. + _
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the subject ; Biiluuptcy oughtto ,
Resolved
1hat
Your uhf srrvant.Joseph \V arraugtvu and BiJcile. to aekct. be established." the Report of F.-Doctor C. A. Finley 2, I

't'f. \Whit a slit for j Navy Y..rt and D 'po. Which 'was ordered lie the the Comnmiior. 1 of W st Florida Thomas!>. Fit! miner. njimm Fo I

'v. H. Hunt Esq.Pensacola.. 011 the Coast 01 Florida. in ihe table. ty. on pre seated to this House on cu., Adam H. Freemaiii J. W. Fi-. 'i
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the 10th February 1825, in con
Gu.f Vfh
of Mexico: I
nave heretoforebeen : ,(
Tuesday Dec. 13.
formity with the provisions Gratipera Jai.
submitted ,
to and 1 have
you, Mr. ; 'J
King,: presented the petition '
; act of of the 26th oiMay 1
Congress
D. Grt-shdm, P. Gidoii
Cjsp-
nuw the honor !
Report of the Coinniissioners.Pcnsacola to present to you referred to the Com. on Madame Gilbertn Jose G
of their report, with askich j Mail "inrSi i }
4th Aou. 1825. I on several routes in Alabama Public Lands. ,
exhibiting thf position, which is, H.-.Plro1s. M Hull, Doctor ,!
SIR that had been
-Pursuant to your insiruciifluS stating he deprived M. (
( -re Proceedings of Congress Isaac Hulse 3 Louis !
in their opinion, ueal calculated Hrs8eesHen
to us of the loin September, of- his contracts, and has selected for this j
crowd
for paper were G Huttsand
me obj. ct.
vr embarked at Norfolk on board sustained gnat loss in consequence -d ry J
the United Slates' ship Hornet, Great pains have been taken :o :nd prajine relief.! out..., ) J -C!.8t'lt's J. Jenkins, Dempsey ;

as soon as she was ready for sea. I acquire the most correct information The S: naic;. proceeded to the .? Tne CARRIEr of the fcittacola Jones, Ja,+.es J> nkms. :

"We arrived here on the 25tii& ult 'i and safes guides, in makinga con-idera'-ion, ufthe'f' llowingrrs- Gazette presents: the com- K -Robert Kenuon 2, Henry ,

and since our arrival, have been location of this establishment, ulution, submitted by Mr. John piinrionts of the season. 20 its kind Kocnler 2. ,
and no doubt is entertained that of L Catherine B.-Loftin, J :
engaged in the necessary examinations son, Kentucky : patrons am! wishes them 'i
for : the one recommended by these Resolved, That a1' be many returns Wentworth Larkin, H. O. LcejAzemore
and inquiries ascertaining \ com. appointed of "A happy New Y 'ar-
officers is the best Wit IUD the :o inquire iito the Lacoiir. '
the most eligible position rangeprescribed expediency He regrets to be obliged tu: inform '
"iti1 these waters fora navy yard by the law. of abu isiiingtmprisocment t them that, AL-Ja.rsyi. Mclntosh.>ts.
having no poetical
The Bay of Pensacola is extensive Should it meet your approbation for debt. hinibtlf and having been disappointed genius O. I\Morris George A. McCallj: >' I

and capacious, easy of access inirmdiae measures will betaken Mr. Hayne moves ?amend the by not receiving an ad EdwinV art! Moore, James Mai!t- ,
lelt William H. :\
vIrt'itrdy.I3enJ'a ,
from and to erect the buildings : resolution by adding the following
seat affording 'cure anchorage crssary I dress from a iendhe is compelled .
min John McLa R
Maple t. h brrtMcKennonj
,
words _
for any number of vessels *, and make the improvementsVi : to omit the usual present at this

of the largest class. The depth ii l I \ h the highest! respect, 1 have : CiAtid also that) thee be instructed tint e ; nevertheless he will not ob- lizabfth McRj Murdocn. McRae. E-

water on the bar, as la.d aown by I the honor to be, sir, your most obedient I to inquire into Inexpediency ofestablishing ect-to their manifesting that they
c ). D Oliver.
-Joseph ;
1tajur Kearney *>l f the Topographical Sr"I vent, *4 n unif>rm system of accf/it this t"xqHIn: lieu thereof.
.
Engineers, is -twenty-onP 8auiijel L.. Southard. Bankruptcy t Jroug out the United Pensacofa.' Jan. .1.1., J&25-_ ..Villi.P.-?Prirr..-.... ''I't-ula:lha.j, ,:lnlarn, Ji hn Page rmlL-; tl.'

reel irom lie report to us olLieutenant '2/ie PrtnUcn. of/he United 'Mates. 'at"s wish leave" to report by : y ,-.- -. ney, Collector Key West,: E. Pnil-

l\ Pinkham, of the Juhn'Adams Approved-J. Q AO.\Jd.>, bill or otherwise. 1fmp, WVI ips, Jacob Pitman, A. B; Pink-
whom directed The amendment w&s agreed to, $
to
we 3.i Dec. 1825. .
I t ham* D. C. Pinkham 2, David H: :
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sound, and from all the information ,and the Resolution, as amended 1,
-e-- '., \rt Or Porter 2. ,.
we have been enabled to col / ''I do red. J >, e!1 styCOa.
RG.. C. Russell 3 Daniel Le
hct l 61t least this depth of watertWe : Legislative Proceedings.t : T'.ie resohtion\ snbmitted by Mr, ,,
have nereiofure laid before ENTERED, Roy & Co William Ross, John
btlievt will always be found ourreaders Hendricks, bf a Select Cum .
% Ut i.-5Ch: Harriet Maura A. Russell 2, Col.Rivie; :- ',
c
oa,tn, bar after such part of the Proceedings lee of five numbers on the subjectof t
even a long continuance
? Rober Russ Charles S. Rcnshav2j ,
of the Legislative Council: at New Orleans. '
Roads and Canals, was taken
of winds. up
These Nortatrly Northerly) winds sensibly s the late sesbiun, as we conceivedinteresting and agreed to Jany. 4.-Schr. Hesperus, Has John R'ay, Sarah Robertson Robert I'

inert I so 'tar ui we hud 'received Weines the waters on this of t i
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the however part seldom I them, andV expected to Mr. Benion 1 sib.iulted the following having put in, in consequence of 8.-Abraham SmithHenry, D.

coast ; they, have been able to make selecliortb I t head winds-Cargo, 20 bags coffee Stone, James Stone, D J. Shackle- '. ,

continue lou:{. The ordinary tides from the rcm"indt'r.V t" regretthat : Resolved I select Com. and some fruit to the n1altt'r.5.Schr. ford 3, Andre P. Simpson, Henry l'
That, a
do riso than three feet )
nut more ;
Skinner William Sebree 10
have thatthis Two Friends; BeauvaisOrleansConsignees '. ;
we now to announce be appointed, witbiu. : tructions to
}bst thrse tides t"unfilh consider l
Nfw Saml. Nathan Shackleford 2. J.01rlV.. ;
is in ,
not our poweruur a* into the of .
expediency anirntiing -
inquire ,
,able rapidity thus affording :facilities Schenck Jose .
; gent at Tallahassee, applied 10 the Conitiution of the Patterson and James Inntrarity. Shine, James F. hs ;
io vessels working in or out CLEARED A. Sausmillan, S. Snyder ;
Col. U S. ..f th- ,
alton the
of cietary United States! to as to provide! for .
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the harbor against an unfavorable 1 errttur'}, for /l rln 'ssion to cote the election u President and Vire Jany. 5.-Scb. Hesperus; Has; T.Henry Trippe 2; Praam$ : j

wind. the proett drugs of the Council JfPresident by Ii t direct vote of r the keil, Mobile. A. Thornton 4, Nobble.Taylor.W. .. _
!. The l position which we have s ', > .-Thomas XV right 2, JacobWilliams
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lceurda-but true ,
J from the ref People, in Dis rifts. '
1 jtcted, as in our j judgment cnbining rd ." he following Stlect Comu,iitef Sere Below, a Frigaie, supposed tot Green Woody Thomas '

the greatest advantages foavy ;", : as havii/g bert..tppoin .r t b* the Constellation, a Brig and a i Witn:an, Henry W>Ihingtc%- t '
announced
/ .JN Yard, itf in the vicinity of ,;." ,ed the Chair s: ho"ner_ Commodore Lewis WarrinKtoo'John Ii. '.. j i #
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the Uarr North- fire Ccmflaiy Ab. 2.-At an election by T : Waters William
the C. Whit
3 rca3, and to ,
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,d l naJ itle5srs.h ..
On Roads al -
for ,Kirr a Island Cotton lie Q.LE... _..I,,_, '" ;.
officers Sea d.C
timed. &: e. t waxd of Tartar....Duln t. Company aG .. .
,
I here \tc found the necessary' 1.3,-tteld on Mun4y me 2d UKO cWvv' Marks I. Tho'- 4\ft\rt\\ Bushels :of;a' good quality,at -Alexand' r. K.' Yancey, Ltv .. : j I

, depto, of water"nearest the shore ; that, the following were electedfor mss and Kind. Jr lJ.\U\U g 1 per bushel,deliverable a t, John J. Younir .4 .. :

2n 'important consideration in re- the ensuing six months viz : On Abulilh'n oi Imprisonment St. Uot-a sound, cant he procuted by ap- Robert tcbeU .
for Debt for Establishing tion to the subscriber. i
ana plic
F. H. Nisbety President
3 'ptct to) the expense to be incur- Poll Muter.. j
trd i A cairying out the wharves Jacob Ricketts,.Secretary, a Uniform; Stem' 'of Bankruptcy (> eo.Barkley.. Dec -31st, 1825145-3t. I .i'i
throughout ,the United I Pensacola, Jan" 6. 182 6-45r-3t.. %
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ttfuirtd for naval Here John Tobin, Call clot, ... :
purposes. .
J Slat'a- Messr J onssot)", of Ken. -' \
too the works erected fur the de- Benj. fmanEotiDeer M.n.ilr't .ngement.. REC : I
JUST: '
of Mass Van Dyke; IVEiztt : !
fence of the Navy Yard would gtadditional C James Rushton, | Lloyd, Hayne, Claiborne Mail.UE.on ..- ..... J" ":t.. ...J
Mills, Benton, and B rrlen. rote SALIC', .M rue ; ., ':
John Jettison .. '
I security to the harbor, jr. }Directors. ; Thursday,at.3 P. M. I }
douse\of : Penaaco\a Book St '
"bile its vicinity to the Barrancasadmit John B. Foster, .,' ''''.r.' ''. ....I1; ,Y tes.M11t Closes on'Friday at 10 A.'M. t4AI 1

I :could : of assistance to it, i in Saml.. ,Patterson, ," ,....] .lI Dcc s+J2. Tallahasisee. Mail. ADUtTtONALASS08TMSHTt1Y.:" ,

case, of"need. from the, troops sta- .On men' Resolved. 'j f.'hat. the.Ditcctori dn. otioq, Dlr. .'k JF..pf Flbda pue. D Sahdaylif3 P' ;''U.r Blank Books, .

y honed'there. Here, the are% [o oaroplnioD :fpr the time. ;being, be 4sunding n.-wit;., :;.. 'r 1 ;j4-J: ., : ., # r 'Clr3sea- 'bra Suniiapit- $ P.:3Z; R ,." .. layiDg::(Sart. -. i

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.j.- I I ,. F&El \i OD:), ttovIesiznge ". :: 'Of the Wetter
L-! !i ,, ". ." -per Brig Amos Paloatt ---f : L .tWbit! ddbbat llo.'25,. 'fARE bubscriberl'hiTing obtained let- J. DIotrIcofpj0jt 4
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.i RECEIVED York, and Harriet jfroa receyca'perig: St. Clair, di lack: 'and okred silk ealoona, fdged .4.L terser:Administration oa the estate .John Innerariry &,
I*< 0 JUB-T fatinanH belt ribbons, of'John Simpson deceased, ,all ''persons : James! foneraritysurviving
Odeans for sale
and'
York as
I.: '- 3P from New- ,Fancy.figured and'stampid.do4a; setts, having any demands against said -estate, i partners
ii1.:_ "' TOfrty eighTCatC9 and.Balei Dry Go. above-',an additional assortmentt t >f Books, la.:velvet roantua'3o.ido. are: hereby.called upon to present them of the firm x>f John' MAT Tau, IB2.. .

:':'. fc ttuted. the teuton- comprutftg, .. ,among which are the following and colored hnpa cord. without delay, and all'persons indebtedto I Forbes & Co.

1' Super Cambric Points, NEW WORKS. BJacktHtrich feathers,aTtifickrflowers, said estate are requested to make immediate vt.William .
... 'Common do. do. ofthe Histories buckles B.Patton.Notice -
I t. Rothelan, a Romance English Fancy necklaces and payment to -

.. French Callicoes, I:Floss and:,r'wisg Cotton assorted, A. P. Simpson I is Hereby Given,

_. ',Oambricks, Jackonet, Lawn, Stanhope's Letters on Greece, in 1823 :Patent and nurts.thre&d, do. Adm'rs.'seambia a suit between the.
Bombazette, asserted colours, ind 1824.with Documents on the Greek Blue Italian sewing silk, .J. A Simpson, $ .. THAT. day instituted, and said tnrti*

I Hosiery, elegant worked robe, Revolution,'and the life pf Mustapha Plain nd tned parawls County. attachment.issued against the a writ of

; Lace ball dresses, AM, : \Senskaw and,sarcenet:umbrellas, 12th Nov. 1825-37-8w. the Defendant. property' of

Brown&bleached shirting&sheeting Buchanan's Sketches of the North Ame- 'Letter, cap and wrapping paper, John Lee

; : Superfine do. do. ricanlndians, with a plan for their me. ,Bonnet 'oard ,, e1bng books, -lock( & Watc maKey. Williams,

Plwds, Stripes, Indigo and: furniture Iteration Inkpewderqi4l1s acd pencils, ..IlttM'feJlnPl'h.
:: *" ''. .' checks suirting, ticking &c. &c Theodoric, a Tale, and other- Poems by Men's Bea *!>-IIDd '*tor hats, THE S.p SCRIBER Pcnsacola Dec. 7th, 1825.--41-Et.
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l" shoes fine St coarse i -\Iv. ..
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boots x
12 boxes >. ell I do Roram&dJW .
it:;..J" (\ .. ;. _1'sa..L.-. __.1 a.&_ Thnrnu .s1\p anrwool do. fixed his residence in, this h----' --
: 9 u-- L- ( The Cook's Oracle, containing Receiptsfor Boy's vmoroo*> HAVING NOT1CFIT
hand and will
has now on ,
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roccoshoes
: : J Plain Cookery, &c. -&c. &c. Women's s *w bomet'a and do. u i my intention
: 5 crates& 5 hhds. crockery, china and Biogriphy of the British-Stage-being the Men's fin- morocct and calf boots ,keep constantly for sale, ..., .4.1 tute a SUIt, in the immediately Superior to ins tt.

, .10-",... glass I ware, Sadd I Lives of the principal Actors and Actresses (do. naid and Mon-oe do. i A HA2TDSOME AtSOBTMEKT OF ;.: the Western Dlsmct of Iorida Cow, to f
assorted *
: 4 cases 2 trunks err ftte ealfehoes &ndpumpi*, held w
Idol at Pensacola
; on the first
I com'n & wool hats, awvw Monday rf
; 10 cages superfine, The History of Matthew aid, by the do. thick bro ans and shoes, May next,on a certain Mortgage '
2 trunks fine cutlery, author Valerius &c.Rallam's :Women's morocco biots and shoes, AND date 15th bearing
I September 1821
0.'. \ 2 cases 2 trunks ready made clothing, View.of Europe, during the do. do. heeled slips and ties, Charles Beeler to Charles given for by
: 5 pipes old Cog. Brandy, do. black Valencia heeled ties, WATCH TRIJttMLMGSjand the Iw, secu>
Middle of
Ages r 684
ing payment. dollars
1 pipe one| pipeold Madeira wine, colored silk -do.; do.and sprigs, principaL
do
: The Spanish Daughter, wiK attend strictly to any work in his with the anterest'due thereon. The land

f. 100 sacks ground salt. The Human Heart, Children's morocco boots' and shoes, line of business, which may be-entrusted bound by said Mortgage consists of 320(
4 tons.iron, assorted sices, 'dd leather' do. do. '
:
The Highlanders, a Tale v to him. arpens, situate on the North western side
: 4 bundles steel, .Scenes in Europe, Scene.ln.Amerlc Coarse-negio shoCi in cases, Clocks,'(and Watches of all kind repaired ot'the mouth Escambia River,on a
i ,S. casks hoes, ofa imall Fine and low-priced saddles, I' of which part
The Blank Book Colleger at short notice. the ,town of Beelerafille
13 qr. chests fresh tea, assorted, 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th :Stb Eve and plush side do. \ I' is laidwit.
Living Plays, His shop is on PaJafox Street, a few
ii I 2 boxes<< mutitard, and 10th volumes, Collars and'wagon whips, doors above Mr Patterson's hop, on the John 'Lee: Williams .
1 1 1 box Cayenne pepper, TOGETHER WITKPaley's Saddlebags and mattingetes. x sume side. ,
k ,i 5 hhds, Orleans! sugar, new crop, in 5 vols. Curb and name bridges>> some very superior Attorney /or Mortgager
flour Works complete, A. Knapp.Pcnaacolilst Prtsacola ?d Dec. 1825
: i |f.20 bo I* fresh 8 vole.Plutarch's \ 41-2am4m.
S Rollins Ancient History,
J 20 bags Havana green coffee. vols. Tortoise; tacking and side( combs, Dec. 1825-40-tf. -
Lives/8
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ALSO IN STORE, Mock do. do. do. "__ NON
i I \Vofks 6 vols.Hamilton'on .
Shttiff's
Josephus's Sale.
.. : 70 ps. Kentucky bagging, Purgatives, Stamped and ivory pocket'dp. ST&TUMVAWl.\ ;

i 45 l ps. Scotch do. : on Typhus Fever, Fine and sup. ivory and d-essingdo. S Superior Court, Wet Florida
do. Armstrong and bone suspende buttons WAND AND FOR SALE AT THE
12 ps.Tow Fevers I Horn John & James Jnneraritg }
i Miner and Tully on )
: S 70 coils bale rope, Orfila'b Practical Chemistry, by Coxe, Button moulds, pearl do. f.= Pensacola Bookstore, vs. fi. f a.
' 550 pounds bl.ilingtwine, Gilt coat and vest do. Milkm de la Carrera
An Attnrtment j
\ Powel on (Contracts, Stationary cOluitin.r of
2 Ions assorted castings, Fine and sup. needles and pins, virtue cf this execution and the
[ Morse's New_ Gazetteer, /Jf\UfLLS, superior quality, BY
15 boxes!! old claret, Walker's Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket, Iron and steel knitting: da V&3 Letter, Folio and Cap paper, proceedings had in this suit, I havo

4 boxes old port, Milton's Works, 2vols. gilt, Silver and Tailor's Thimbles, Wafers, Scaling Wax. taken the right of this defendant to tlEL

30 bbls. whiskey, Thompson's Seasons, 1 vol. rilt. Fancy and common saissors, PpflT. r.nrk! ; tllass and Pocket Inkstands. :
"
Iir"A'\'. nlftau..1-o run: ana sup! ,pd anU Knives,
8W < ; pit*n pvcKei llOUS\
:
Beauties do.Campbell's
bnattespeare,- Red Ink Powder,
assorted eolsuw i & LOT
2V ,
kegs ground paints, :do do dik and jack dodo
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4 Poems, do.Hervey's Japanned'SandHoxes, Paint Boxes,
75 kegs tar, do in
I raurs cases,
Meditations *
do. lied Indian Rubber,
Tape,
,, Sides Sides soal leather do. ,. Pilgrims' Progress. do.: Pomeroy's razorstrAps do. and paste, Lead and Slate Pencils, Craons, ground situated No. 296, on Govern.

".. upper Pope's orks, 2 vols. do. tine hones,Tiarbles, Camel's Hair do. ment Street in this City and shall proceed
. Calves' Skins
; Lights & Shadows of Scottish Life, do. Table knives aul forks assorted, Pencil Cases, on Tuesday the 4th of April next

80 8 bbls baskets loafand sweet lump oil, sugar, ALSO, Common Shaving b07.t'srd and setl, spectacles brushes, in cases, Indelible Ink, Drawing Paper k at 12 o'clock, at the Court House, to set

t ; The Sorrows Werter, Vocal Standard, Bonnet Boards, the same at PUBLIClUC'l'lON for
assorted window
boxes glasO
1-li
t" } [Transparent an)fancy shaving soap, cash to satisfy and the of three
45 kegs cut nails, Life of Franklin,Paul and Virginia, ALSO pay sum
.f : qr.casks Madeira, Teneriffe and Malaga William Tell, Gulliver's Travels, &c. &c. Paste blacking brushes, Clothes and Hair Brushes, hundred and three dollars 19 cents for
i v ItCH, hoe knives, jncers, and hammers, Common Scissors, Razors, debt and all costs then due on this writ.Davison .
wine for sale
,
by
lo tacks, awl udea and hafts
I' Stone & Nibet. together with the stock heretofore on jnufVboxes gUs, beads, Superior'Windsor Soap and W. ,
.
, t extensive and Common \Vatch Keys.
hand-composes a
very general tabliraaisi' hooks and Sh'ffEa. CountySzerf'a *
10th 1825. Ilea
December trays eyes !
t assortment of books, and will be- W. 'Hasell Hunt.
--- Curtain rings, Brfcxania table and tea Office,
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JS'OTlCfc. sold at the New-York prices for cash.Country. .- ; spoons, Penaacola_ _u______ 15lh_ _n Oct._ _. 1825. _. I Pensacola, Dec 1st, 1825-40-lamts.Sheriff's .
Merchants and
public or private Tutania do. do. do. .
n LL persons indebted to the estate Libraries furnished on the most liberal -

,L. of James B Starr deceased, are terms, and such books as are ordered and [Fish Tinned hooks iron and table/ines, tooth do.brushes, $ \)\) W\YL l\'l). I Sale.

hereby requested to make immediateI' are not on hand, will be procured with as
I ..; payment: ; an those havindemndsare, little delay as possible. Orders from a Bonnet wire, stb'ck,pad & trunk locks, J In addition to hit Excellency Gov. Wilson's Superior Court, West Florida
Patent and brass liquor cocks,
them office distance will be attended to Proclamation Thot. Comyns, Ert. of
t requested to present at my as promptly Whip, cross-cut, hand and mill saw ,
duly proven, for adjustment and meet with the same liberality as a I files, a rewaro of two hundred Thes.. Comyiu ec ate.d.

: Wm. Davison. personal application.W. i OFFERING the apprehension ot one vs. fi.fa.
;)rawingknives, screw ,
augers
e ,
MaxindUano ,
Francisco
't, : Executor Hasell' Hunt. Socket*chissels,handsaws, David Henry Moore, de St. Maocent. JK
April 12th 1825. Ptent and common with being an 'with
tomD" charged accomplice
)K iY) vittue of this execution I have ta
Coffee millS, frying pans, gun locks, one Edward Brougtpn, (a* by the said
'
title of
:( r..stub\is'hmel\t ken the right, and interest
[ ev; Gun and rifle flinu,plough lines, Proclamation is staled) in the murder ofa
. 1826. this defendant, to all the remainder of tho
ti, THE SUBSCRIBER, Sad irons,weeding/ioes,trace chains, negro man, named Mitchell,the property :-

received per } Cotton,cards, WHY sieves, of James B. Richardson of Sumter
,
AS just IaryVashinJt'
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n ton from Philadelphia, and is now Iron weightsjjn sets,tin scales & mea [District,and State of South Caronna; the !! T5n: oLu.n\\.,
suresinjettsTin further sum of two hundred dollars, will
I Snst; Received and for Sale opening a general arid well selected assortment '. .
and fumels assorted of the said
scoops be paid by the owner negro
contained in the Casa Blanca tract" ofadjoining
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AT THE {Common and rivetfed tin cups. slave Mitchell so murdered,to any personor

... P nsacoia'Buok Store, of'I ; Coffee pots, sauce pans, pudding pans, persons, for the apprehension'and con- $)(00) &[f 1PIL s}

Wash basins, blue printed,painted and viction of the said DAVID HENRY
the
suited to present and ensuing seasons:
. ,. m., -, ..l ,lJll2 I consisting' of I cream colored plates, MOORE, clmrgf an accomplice in the to this City on the West,and

f t. Fine and superfine blue, blatk and drab do do do do twifHers, crime aforesaid! and who is said to be in ; bounded on the south by Pensacola 'Bay
Louisiana lissiesippi cloths. r ao do do do dishes ass'td, the State ot Alabama.SumpterJXttrict i andshall proceed on Tuesday the 4th of
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:: AL\IANA FOR 1826. do., do. do. and mixed cas&mercs, lo do do do teas, S. C. Oct. 28-39-6w. April next, at 12 o'clock, at the CourtHouse

1' -- Price- g 10 Sup. and low priced sattinctts, Jo do do do chambers, (::j"l'be.Cahawba: the Pensacola, the to sell at PUBLIC JUCTIOW
per.' dozen groce, 1 Tartan and Caroline plaids, lo do do do ewpi's Sc basins, Montgomery, and the National Intelligenrer for cash, the defendant's right to so much '

.* single one, 12 Men's readymade plaid coaks, lo do do do pitchers, papers, are requested to insert the ofthe aforesaid tract of Land, as will paT

Country merchants are requested to Green baise and'flannels, lo do da do bowla, foregoing once a week for six weeks, and he sum of two hundred and twelve dollars

t" 0 forward their orders without delay. asijut White, yellow and red do. Upright and heaty j pint tumblers, forward their accounts to ManchesterPost 75 cents debt,.uid all cost then duo

black bombazetts I ALSO Office, South Carolina, for payment. upon this writ. ___ _
r. y small: quantity will be kept on hand, Plain and figured .
eo''Ir, delay in filling orders will occur if Figured ,blue and pearl do. Cogniac brandy,Holland gin, ---- --- \V. Davison,

they are nut received in a short time. Denmark satin, bangup cord, Madeira, TeneriFe,and Lisbon!: wine SHJ. Rlt'F'S SALE.. Sh'ffEs. County' -
Rose and point blankets, Imperial and young hyson teas,
W. Hasell Hunt.October .
t- County Court, Escambia County.John Serfs Office,
coffee
cloths loaf Jamuca ,
Twilled ,
negro rugs, sugar Pensacola, Dec. 1st 1825.. 40 lamts.NEW .
7th 1825. -
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; ..... Rtsl and imitation cashmere shawls, Pepper pimcsnt<;and mustard, Lee Williams, S ..
Drab and colored Waterloo Shawls, Shot-assorted, Ur lead, :udm'rof H.Chap, I -
and
Fruit Ornamental Trees, White tll). do.,points, inpowder in legs and canters, !Jin deceased, Mi. fa.WilliamKing -YORK MIRROR,

Sfc Imitation merino do. Cut nails assort copperas, 'V. AND

L- Tt -do. uid: colored Cotton shave!?, perm. candles, fellow soap, segars, JY Ladies' Literary Gazette.
- 'WMJta Ir ilSJM@:m9 Valencia and toilineU vestings, 'German pipes, ewing tobacco, snuff B virtue of this execution and .the

PKOPIUCTOK Of THE Swam: Cwlt and Marseilles do. "lour in i bbls, cnckers in kegs, 1 proceedings. had in this cause. I have B. Uotc\\kiss,

-: Lincean Botanic Garden English and imitation black silk do. whiskey, an Ready rmde: vests and shirts} 'orter, ale and ether in boxes, for
rO
KING the
-i Ij PI.rs1l1JfG, LO.N'G ISL.il:'n, PaddinR'S and buckrams, 8 by 10*nd 10 JyT2 window glawi Agent above publica-.
.w
U 'rrHS; totne puuuc, m* wry ..CAtensive Domestic $and 4-4 plaias and stripes, bwedeshivn, Gernan steer, .:\\ \1 iB & IAOTcorner trati,will reoeivr ul> oTHrv w w Qfc
; ;.f' of annum, payable in advance Nos. 1
% collection te choicest moulds per ;
do. checks
do. and
. tickings, Castings assorted plough ,
to 14, are just'received.. The above is a
S fruits, thr selection of which has been
do. denims and tonades bale and twine.
fotton bagging, rope of Palafox and Intendencia Streets
__ made with the greatest care during more do. brown and blwached of 'vhich will be sold wholesale or weekly publication, printed in the royal
shirtings ,
r 4 .fMl formerly occupied by Francis Pasqajer Sc
: quarto form, on fine with a bur-
than halt a century, and to which large-recent 4-4 steam loom and S. Island do. retail, at the lowest market prices, for 1Jh in the possession of Noah H. Allen, paper ofrorkmanship
additions have been made. : geois type, and in neatness and beat 'y
Domestic brown bleached sheetings, cash, cotton, or approved piper. *. :and shall proceed on Tuesday the 4 & ,is 'penodi*
no
surpassed by
The assortment of ornamental Ginghams and imitation seersuckers, I John Jewisonjr. day of April next, at 12 o'clock, at the cal publication inAmerica. .

!J i trees, flowering shrubs and Bordered gingham robes assorted 1825.VOTU'ii.. Court House, to sell at Public Auction for I ....,
ensacola Oct. 1st
,
; plants, is also very extensive.f .- Fancy and furniture prints, newest style cash, the right of this defendant to the \11itelStteS \lote.\
f .\ ,o ulbous flowers, which and patterns : ; ;aforesaid Lot satisfy 'this writ and all ,

includes '620 varieties of Tulips, 380 of Bear ducks, Osnaburgs,brown Holland, cost thereon MOBILE. -

",' .; Hyacinths, besides a great variety ofother Piattillas, 7o intruding settlers and other, due.Wm.. Davison _HE undersigned respectfully ia.
apfies. The house department Irish vho commit waite on the publiclands. ,
green |, 7-8and<4-4 linens assorted in forms his friends and the public
has also been greatly extended, and now whole and half pieces, Sh'ffEa. County.,
is
hii 0-
hat house again
. comprises! bove 1800 species, among Ir i'h and Russia diapers, OTpHOSE lawless persons who are guilty, Sheriff's Office, accommodation.
h.cli are the most sp'endid ar.d Pensacola Dec.-5,1825.-41 lamts. ;; : penqd for their
rare Lawns and linen cambricks, 4V ofintruding on lands ofthe United q; and
'-. kinds including 30 kinds of :: ;: His bar room, dining room
orange, Pink and other colored do. States, and committing waste on public .. .S
lemons and citrons 28 of the cimellih bed chambers, having recently
and muslin
Cambrick jackonet timber,are hereby notified,that measures SHERIFF'S SALE. considerable and itn-
repairs
undergone
Japonica Japan rose 200 of geraniums. Swiss and mull do. have been taken for a rigid( enforcement of found
45 hMithiund green and bohea Plain and figured book do. the laws ofthe United States in such cases Superior Court, west [l/oridaJ .provements, he trusts they will be He has

; tea plants: ulives, myrtles, cape jasmins, Fattinetts,cambrick dimities, made and provided, they are hereby ordered Joseph Noriega, ) been comfortable und convenient.careful ,to have good

; &c, &c. In the collection are-about 10,000 vgured! ruffles and collaretts, to desist from suth offences forth.. V.. >.ft.j a. particularly and clean.
beds,all of which are now new,
crape vines of the finest Eurppean kinds i Swiss insertion with be Folke
3V- points trimmings, otherwise they prosecuted Vicente ) well
His bar and table shall be as
sup
. :: for wine and the.table, and above 500 vari ::Bordered white and colored; cravats, tojlhe: utmost rigor,of till law. : my virtue of Urn i execution I have taW the market will enable him. His

. ,c: iesofthe" mobt beautiful roses, including Madrass Handkerchiefs, variety, Given under my h at the city of ken'the right of the defendant to Fed as'ar.lar and Convenient and will

. r. '54 kinds, of Chinese monthly roses, Berkley do. and colored flags, Washington, the 24th, j andjp of (he Moss rose. Also, 73 varietif Gauze and cashmere bd'kfs.
I J s ff the doublft dal lia. The new catalogues Barege and Merino, do. I GHO. Graham, Chairs 1 One of his stables has a ground floor for.

: [,1"! ;or 1825 are just publuKea, and Black !Laventine do. Cammittione I of the /General. Land. OfficI.I now in the possession of this Pl.1intitF.and the use of race horses. Having'experienced him1L4 --

! -'::: tta\ be obtsni4.qratis of W.Hasell Hunt, Bandanna and flag do. I I/ 8- J.O shall proceed on Tuesday the 3d day, ofjMfinntJ and active, .servants. and being
:: aDd orders left Wltll .. ,. .. -"--- -- \ -t-, btiupvU'give
o nun *.i. tn Mav di.4White ) fj-niftflrtri'T"" r.
flhCY tDtna' de,). JCH. [ yj fjn favorhim
contentment to' sycb as .may
.
: .' \ mail to the proprietor, wilt meet with at 12- o'clock '
per and colored satins & opposite Keysers store, ,
T AKEJ up on t] e 25th Sep. with their company.. Families may
L prompt attention, and be shipped to any. ; black de 1 ) at Public Auction to sell the same for
Figured gros Naples, temtxr l latt,'a negro slave, five be accommodated with J>>vaterooma.,
f J :: port designated. Black levantine, black cotton velvet, ilJ L feet-ten aid thre *..quarter inches cash to satisfy ;this writ and cost. W. Roberts.
! :-; ; November 18th. 1825-38-tf. Black'senshaws and sarcenetts, 5' high oiUs himself W m: Davison, '

" rc.: do. and colored Mandarine ; :: 'TmeCa1iawba papers,Journal, Montgomery
,
WILLIAM AjUHA1; crapes SMITH SL'f. E*. C unty.Sheriff' Tuscaloosa Louisiana
do. do. Canton do. ) JM1ES Mirror
L j ". t1rt[AS opened on Government Street a do" do. Italian do. -. Office.Pensacola ; _. Advertiser, and GazeUe, Pensacola
t;(.. .. few door below P&lafoz Street, Women's black and white silk hose I and saja that he belongs to Mr. ,'Dec.9th, 1825--41-lamts. please insert the above once a week for
.
.
?, ; Mobile. The
oj wAolives-near owner
, ..,. :: Jope, ; two n outhsancl forward their accounts t.
, L .. AN OYSTER do. do.! and colored worsted do. !
f... ... -p do.: and misses' white cotton do. I of siid slave b requested to come forward Collector11 Office, District,ofPentacoIa,? the,Commercial Register Office, for pa/

:.' I ,1m AND ,Misses' silk and Vigonia do. ,..prove property and pyc1iargs." member 24th 1825. 5 ment.

: :: )j CQFFEEWUSIt. I MenV worsted and .do; ,...half do. ( "-"'-t14IamesL4olI1fl8.Ethr1I'i Notice, is Hereby Given,. -4-2m. :' -

'!I l 1 Where he will at all times supply ,those do.black*od white *#k do. do, hills'VOob !i 'P nJ c Lt.> ... PTRO Masters.of Vessels' trading Pen

ro'! <, ,'. j Gentlemen who may favor him with their do. white cotton due assorted r ia25a- ::t'-tt __ JL sacQlaihat the'17th section,.of/tbe Mail. Arrangement.UE .

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fihell opened furnished to famil-es at Ye '. and wt msn's wfctte silk gloves ; '
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