Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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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 14, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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Ln.'W8 or: "Fda_ district of the Justice Justices' within rocntis shall be = -
,. which a party to any judgment, useful and valuable the stockholders.Keccsses .
,.. they reside. in a civil action, two years shall he Allowed would be required at given dis.

\i act in addition: ,to an act authorisingthe Passed, Dec 8th, 1825.Approved to such infant, feme covert or person lances: of one hundred feet at top and t

oinlment.of Justices of the Dec. 9th, 1825. nbn-couipos-mentis,after: their respective eighty at bottom, including the roam body
defining their disabilities removed, in which 'to sue of the canal-its probable cost would

Peaceand powers. An act to alter and amend the act concerning cat hiss! her_or.their writ of error, on any be about eleven thousand dolan per

Jlc it enacted by the Governor and Le- forcible entry and detainer. judgment as aforesaid. mile including the recesses. The land ,

nsliitivc Council of the Territory of Florida, lie it enacted by the Governor and Ifgislative 4. Jle\itfurthercnactedi'YlaA.\ so much of belongs to the general government, and

'1 hat when an)' person, arrested in a warrant Council of the Territory of Florida an act to which this is an amendment, as this is one of the localities laid down for

as profiled for in the seventh section That whenever a judgment shall is inconsistent with the provisions of this Congress to execute in her system of national }

of the) act authorizing the appoint' have been rendered by Justice of the act, and no further, be and the same is canals.

tent of Justices of the Peace and de- Peace, in virtue of the 9 of the hereby repealed : Provided, however, nut I understand from high authority -

i lining their powers, shall be brought be 16th section of the above recite act, and that anyjappeal; taken before the first day that Congress would prefer that a

fore the, Justice of the Peace, such pcr- a writ of haberc facias possessionem filial of March next, in pursuance of the provisions State, Territory, or a company,should execute

ion shall be held to bail. bo awarded it shall be the duty of the ot'' the before recited act, shall be any of those canals she has in con

2. Beit further enacted That whenever Clerk: immediately to issue Slidvl'it, directed tried in the same manner, and the form templation, to doing it herself out of the

judgment shall hate been rendered by to the Sheriff the County, who and manner of taking and preparing any national funds ; but she would require 1

aJust,ce of the Peace, and no execution shall fo-thwith execute it, anything in the such appeal, shall be as valid and effectual ample assurance that the object he ettect'

shall have been issued thereon, for the aforesaid act notwithstanding1. in !law! as if this act had never passed ed agreeably to the designs laid down ''

twelve months from the date of ii. Be it further enacted, That either 5. And be it further enacted, That, if in her system-to the end that chartered '

space The judgment, or if any execution may party may have a right to appeal to the from any1' cause the Court of Appeals shall companies may not become an incum-

bate i issued and such execution shall) County Court, or other Court having jurisdiction nut be held at any time prescribed by law, brance to her and the community, by a

jot have returned or shall have been ref thereof; but said appeal shall not all causes, regularly depending in said partial execution of the work upon those

t turned not satisfied, it shall and may be be construed to act as a stay of execution Court, shall stand continued, upon the localities, and deprive her, hereafter, of t
Of1.l1c} writ awarded by tile Justice. docket of said Court of Appeals until and beneficial
lawful) for such Justice of the Peace, at doing it in a manner magnitude
:hc request ofthc plaintiff*, his agent or 3j-/le further enacted, That so muchof said; Court shall hold a session. to the Union. Hence, the above

i attorney, to i Usuc a writ of It scire facias," the eleventh section of the aforesaidact Passed Dec. 9th 18?5. canal would be considered as the foundation -

r against such defendant, which said writ as requires the jury to be composedof ( ppJ''Jvctl December 9th 1825,J of canallingin the southern States,
ti returned and tried in free holders, be and the same is herein' -1 smaller
shall be i issued, theme --- and if executed upon a scale than
1 ma'jner and under the same provisions repealed, and the said jury may be com- VL\\\'l\).51 C-'lN' A.II. above described, would be inadequate to

r ,as is provided in the 7th flection of po-eu of persons who are housekeepers- "< the connecting purposes, which it should
the act authorising the appointment of to whom neither party liatU any legal ob From jt/I\ .Macon (Ga.) .,1f solmg'er.' : he ultimately calculated to combine. The

Justices of the Peace, and defining their jection. The various advantages held out by na- Territory of Florida is anxious for this canal -
4. .ind be it further "enacted That when ture in of this: canal would
< e locality
powers,for cases in which a summons may to be effected, anal will give every assistance
jssu c.t in case ot any appeal, judgmcnt sjmll be render till i when properly executed, the in its power congenial with its
( given for the Jcfenctant below writ of greatest ( hat ever can be effected
t 'J. He enacted That in, case a in the Territorial hh. As she is at this time
further ,
restitution shall be awarded by the Court United States. I will first
t ofttic or removal from theCounty proceed to unable effect it herself she is desirousit
resignation above, which shall be forthwith issued point out} the locality, and then note some Ichartered
from ollice of done by Congress.or a
removal Jus- maybe company
or any and executed, unless it shall by of the advantages.
Peace it shall be the of appear for that purpose-and as Congress -
lice of the duty
idence to the Court, or Court and juryas The river St.John's, in Florida is
surpassed cannot arrive at this
and in
such Justice of the Peace, case of by system t
the case may &he, that the defendant by none in the Southern or Atlantic
of of the Peace canal for the of executing the
Justice it
the death: any below purpose
at twit had of States for inland
no right ,
possession navigation. The
shaH be the tlut\: of his executor, to de- work in probably less than twelve or fifteen
but that the of liar at the mouth *
right possession nine feet h
awaterfrom 1 h
? it would be a
positm the office: ot the Clerk ot the Countv years great acquisition
was then in the WHO the thence it Is
was plain-
party sufficiently wide
the States on the west and east of
here such justice have resided, to ,
v may
tiff tJc.Iow. and bold for
; \easels to beat in
the boo of record of Ins proceedings, up, case of the peninsula, for a company to be organized -
head winds from
Passed Dec 1st 1823.Approved fifty to .
and all papers, relating to the cases which seventyfiveiniKs mil commence it with ns little dcla\
Dec. 5tb 18J5. ; and although it then becomes nar.rJ"'cr could be irx
have been brought before such Justice as possible. If it completed -
may it is
yet bold, and navigable for
and it shall be the duty of the Clerkof vessel and five years from the next session of Congress '
the Court, in \vhosc olhce such book steamboats above LakeSeorge.f there is but little doubt, by the; j
An act to amend cm act limitations ( At.i, distance of about fifty !
concerning time she would be ready to commence
: tf record shall be deposited: to give certified miles from the
of actions. bar it receives the waters
ot judgment record orpaper this canal, it would half pay for itself in
copies any Iff it enacted the Governor and Legislative of Black i[ Creek upon the right. This
: so deposited, which said certifiedcopies by toni, besides the facilities: it would afford
shall have the same force and ef- Council of the Teiritery of J'loriWa creek is alto bold and navigable for vessels to wealth and commerce, the community '
That all actions, on such and | steamboats, affording more
lecl law Ifthha been made by accounts as and the world at lar .-A party consisting -
in as
the trade of depth of water to the forks, about fifteen
concern merchandise, between up
of assistant engineer, and a first
the Justice : And it shall be the duty of an
Merchant and Merchant, their factors miler, than can be carried over the with outer 1
rate together requisite
::ud to issue executions on juilgnents surveyor
or sen tints, hall be within bar. Frum the forks of this creek across
brought made
assistance now provideda
: : pieviuusly l rendered b)' the Justice3n up
the term of five after the country to Santa Fee Creek
the which
the same manner as could hate been years deliveryuf civil 1 engineer of established science in
the articles charged and not after. empties 5 ito the Suwanncc, the distanceis work and
lone uthe Justice which executions leveling, measuring makingout
t 2. U further enacted'YA.vother[ \ from 28)) to 30 miles. Here would be
be to head
;!tall: be issued, executed and returned to can procured
actions on Merchant accounts, shall be found a }hracticablc route for locatinga
the Clerk:, in the same nunner as they the survey Exertions are making to
\\ouid harts been done, had they been iaaieu brought within thc term of two wears large canal to intersect the Santa Fee procure the service ufan engineer whose

ba. Justice. from the delivery! of the articles and not at, or i little below the Natural 1 Bridge, about experience and judgment are adequateto

after. ten lilile from the Suwannee. This of this which '
the importance object, ,
A. IIELLAMY: 3. ..ill:!be it ford;er ritacted'l'hat, upon creek is a'Iso bold, affording more water if found in tiue'to enter upon the route /

President of the Legislative Council. all claims demands or oilier rights, which than upon! the bar at the mouth of the by the first of December, the practicability

Passedovecnber 30th, 1823, can he enforced by any personal action, St. John's I''ronithe junction of the Santa and expense can be ascertained, and

b.ML.'I\Y Clerk. created or existing at the tune that this Fee with he Suwanncc, to the mouth of if found favorable J returned to Congress,

> (Approved December 3/7, 1825,) Territory was ceded by and from the that river,{implying i.ito the bay of Apa with memorial for a charter, before the

UM.P. DUYAL, Spanish Government, and came into the i Uchee and i the Gulf of Mexico, the distance rising of the next session. '

I Governor of the Territory of tlorida.An : possession and under the Government of is about firty miles; affording the If practicable, the stock, more than
the United Suites, and not othel wise limited most of the way, a depth sufficient for a
sufficient be said to be
may: already
-t by law ; the sad action3 sHall be setcnty-fo ir. From the forks of Black .
made It is unfortunate that
commenced before the first of March Creek to Janta Fee is the up. an engineer
act to'amcnd an :authorising the diy practi- of the qualities required cannot
appointment ot Justices' of the Peace 1827, or shall forever be barred by operation cable anc.lj cheapest route for connecting at this time be heard of in the southern
of limitation. by tlje# waters of the of Mexico
their -
and defining pone: s.Be States. Two months services would suffice
it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Passed, Dec. 7th, 1825.Approved with the Atlantic across the Isthmus of to lay the foundation of this canal and

Council of the Territory of Fhrida Florida The country is low, flat, pine fc for the incorporation of the company.If .-
the least
\\hcnc\eranexecution! hall be .._..a..._ elevated above he could not attend un or. the execution
returned nulla bona" or'no property, i it the level of thesea of any part of the Isthmus of the work, it would be immaterial-the

Q timid\\ and may be lawful: for the! Justice An act amending the act regulating the dividing the western from the eastern canal could go on whilst he might be engaged -

;issuing said execution, on application of mode of suing out writs of error and waters.-It is diversified with loam in the survey of other locditiesfor
the to issue prosecuting appeals in the Court of and .sand, forming a mixture of soil
plaintiff, a garnishee process Appeals canals, in some other section of the coun-
agaihsl: any person named b} said plaintiff of the Territory of Florida, approved upon the surface, but has every appearance try.
Dec. 13th 1824. here and there, of being composedof
lu appear before said Justice, at a time ,
clay, and a more solid! earth beneath.In Having pointed out the locality, together -
Jot less than six, nor more than ten das, Me it enacted by the Governor and Legislative -
with few outlines of the
to answer, on oath, what money, goods, C'jititcilofthc Terntory of flori- the vicinity of Santa Fee, the surface a proposed
canal, let now to
us enumerate
exhibits in hcctl"atJ.. of attempt :
chattels del, That no final ,) shell rock.
or property of any kind, \\ere inMs judgment, sentence or some of the advantages.! It will at once
hands, l power or controul, or in what decree rendered b) any of the Superior The intermediate country between these strike the competent andreflecting mind -
he indebted the Courts of this shall be two sum was to defendant, at Territory, appealed
that the distance from the northern ,
the time ot serving said notice, and from to the Court Appeals, unless command, upon the summit level, than ports
any that class of
to our numerous coasting
person neglecting or refusing to appear, the }part wishing uch appeal, shall, by would be required to feed the canal.- ;
vessels, trading to the Gulf of Mexico,
There is lake of nine
and answer such interrogatories as himself, herself or themselves, or by his, a miles in length,
may Vera Cruz
be to him her her or their in by the way of this route, which, it"of sufficient Urlruis'amftico, ;
put or touching said matter, attorney, pray an appeal &c. vcould be materially shortened, and
shall be liable daS after depth, would still! shorten the distance
to the deficiency returned open cum, withinix the ren- rendered fur more secure than by way oi
nut satisfied, in said execution: : and costs 3 d.tion of such final judgment, sentence of excavation. This canal wouldrequire the Hahamas and Cuba-thereby cuttingoff

!arising ft'om such neglect or refusal ; pro or decree, so sought to be appealed fi"uutf to be cut sixty-feet wide at ton, that long, circuitous, dangerous arct
vtued neverthelessit 2.It it Th:1tt the and forty at bottom,allowing ten feet up
said iarnuhce shall f : Jil.tutmlcnd, and
route the lives of
piratical pre:erve
on each side for the bevel and of sufficient
inuke sulticicnt time such it shall be the
excuse, on oath to said appeal ispraved, hundreds of our northern countrymen,
. Justice within ten d.us, of his, her or dvty ot the part)' praying: such appeal, to depth to give at least eight feet from shipwreck, and those lawless piratical
their" "' oiler j for the of the Court water all the way through. If it could
, disability to appear and answei'' that? approval good savages of the ocean.-With regard to
4 Uitn! and III that case, lie, she or they :uul Milk'uent securities, to enter with be settled deep enough to give as much military and naval advantages, it will also
. shall be such appellant recognizance, condItIOned water, as could .be carried in over St..John's .
Iroai the penalty im upon would strike the reflecting mind, that in case ot
bar, it still be the
posed. as prescribed the second section more
o by war, at some future day, in which it is not
- of the act to winch this is an amendment impossible that the United States may br

2. licit farther exacted, That whene and tin: said Court shall, in their "w c believe the author of this article, enveloped, in the course of fifteen 'or

. teethe County (;out tJr' any County, at discretion, give to such appellant anytime underrate the depth of water on the bar; twenty years, (and perhaps less) with

anti <'f its sessions, shall r.eglect to make net exceeding; sixty days, in which, we think there is fourteen feet at high some foreign power-it >could in such an

i]lIJ joiiitiitentot Constables in any of the with his her or uieir securities as aforesaid water -. during the last war vessels drawing event, become a matter ofdee/i;interest to

extreme parts of said <.:Counties Justice e to execute the said recugui nice in eleven or twelve feet entered the St. Congress, to avail herself oi all the advantages
the Peace is hereby authorized to the Clerk's allies of the Court from which John's. the southern section of the Union

make .v.uh appointments, and any :ap such appeal is prayed, whose duty it shall .t '1 he St.! John's i is: from one to two could an{ fd. Consequently, looking

. pointment &o iiiade, shall be as good and be to take ah recognizance under the miles wide, from its mouth up to Lake head she would find it indispensably necessary -

. ': hdas: II the".\' \\ ere made by the County foregoing provision ot this act. George,a distance of: one hundred and to establish another naval depot
.. said Justice taking bond, in the &J. lie it jnrtker enacteii, That nothing fifty miles ; ,and sufficiently deep! for any in the southern States, upon the eastern
Mini of
. five hundred dollars, and administtiiiigtlie in the luth section of the act to which vessels which can come over the bar It side of the peninsula of Florida, to act

1 stab: k. usual oath lOOt' I'ICC to said Con this is an amendment, shall: be construedto is a sluggish stream, having its source in ir. concert with Pcnsacola, in annoyingthe

f 3. extend to cases where any infantfemecovert living lakes-is not affected by freshets, enemy in southern latitudes, and in

Jd: be it further erected, Tiat! Con or person nun-cuutpu3-utentis hall and can be ascended as easily as descended defence of the south. Thus it will be readily '

1 stables I appointed either teat, shall be be a part) but in all cases where any in- -the tide! nak'5 '!sp ::sbirit ssvnty perceived, that an enemy might beannoyed

S toutuacd'"tl jurisdiction: limits ol the font, feme <:0\crt or person noii-compos- ullk ., and vcak ued.- with treMe! thrPENSACOLA

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for works of more direct means of
public communication
;;, success atid security, from the suggested i It must be recollected" thaisloojn and may not be necessary with those seas was very desirable,

cooperation,In such case throughthe Schooners cannot carry over two to three the On State.motion of Mr. Swan of N. J. it was only for the satisfaction of many anxious not

Florida canal', between tilt resources hundred bales of cotton at a load, whereas time- Jtcsotvei That the Committee on theJudiciary families,but in cases of accident or disas- t

of Pcnsacola, and the resources of a naval steam boats can tTmpurtin: less be instructed to inquire into ter. The most important end, however ,

depot-and fortress upon the Atlantic side eight hundred to a thousand bales at each the expediency of so amending the law in which he proposed by the resolution,
of the Floridas than from the northern cargo, with equal safety ; consequently, of
oaths taken in Courts of Jus- was to provide a mean more pro-nptly
relation to
heir union'would still he t fey would have the superiority ever
ports. 1 strengthened be more uniform in conveying orders and intelli;once be.
tice that
from Mobile to they may
in at least a three fold degree; by } resent coasting nistrict Columbia, the several Territories twecn thc Jxecl1tiand that part: of our
of the
the superior advantages of this canal, New Orleans and New York, by way and and in a'l the U. States' C urts. Navy which was stationed in the Pacific.
through which they could be readily sup- the Ualize, and the Cape of Florida i of
On motion of Mr. Dray ton of South Carolina No one could be ignorant the dclav
the channel of that
flied and supported from the interior of thereby change and danger attending a voyage: arour4Cape
Missis- of' the trade to New York, through some it wasItesfilved
South Carolina Alabama.
Georgia in the
That the Committee on Naval Horn,,especially inctement
Tennessee and at either of the ports on the coast of Georgia ,
:>ippi, Kentucky, Affairs be instructed to inquire into season of the year. The communication
outh Carolina. Tnereby facilitating a
point, vice versa, with provisions, munitions Mutual of establishing a'NavyYardut he sought to have established might be
from expediency
of &c. Again : S' interest by improvement
war.troops, c. ip- ; at small
Carolina forth'e accomplished a very
South expense:
andv Charleston,
of .
the Georgia
I JOse we were now at war, and our navyor (bile through ports and the object which it would attain'were
ork. building,repairing and equipmentof ,
privateersnien, were, to take a prize in South Carolina New Again .
of the importance.The
of and vessels of smaller highest
it is natural to calculate: that European sloops war
the West Indian seas ? Could they not
aiul American. merchants would preferg class in the Navy of the United States. resolution was agreed to.
stand a far better chance of getting
motion of Mr. \\hte of Florida
19th Dec. On ifc
in either Monday,
prize into Pcnsacola, or a southern naval ring more for Al ibama cotton -
depot upon the eastern side of the peninsula : of the above Atlantic ports, _than to ran Mr. Williams from the Committee on was
made unfavorable on ntsolved. That the Committee on Military .
with theirs Claims, an report
1 those hazard delays
than into one of the northern ports' a
with add the petition of the late Spanish officers Affairs be in instructed inquire into
Particularly i incase of inclemency of tin !lipping and cargoes, together "
inhabitants of Florida the expediency of constructing tirtifit\
from and individual Spanish -
winter season in northern latiludY*, Mat tional insurance, by proceeding
of Pensacola
which laid the table. lions at the entrance lIay
northern to New- was on
the coast perhaps lined, as it were, with Liverpool or the ports ;
of Cuba in Mr. Webster of Massachusetts, offered for the protection of the tlYard al\4i
the ships of our cnem\ Hence this! c- t Jrleuns, by the way pursuit
mil would unite common cause betweenthe o this cotton hence I feel warranted ins the following: Naval Depot lately established at that

Union, Suuth Carolina, -Georgiathe : ying, besides the numerous and import Hi-solved. That it is expedient to provide place.
law for the examination and The following resolution, also offered
tit to the southern sectiono by survey by
Floridas, Alabama, Mig$i.v ipp>, Tennessee advantages
Peninsula Florida for the Mr. White lies day on the tablt*.
of the of one
and Kentucky: in case of an inv.lion: the Union, incase of war ; and to the ,
by a foreign in the roulh. They world at large with regard to commerce, purpose -of ascertaining whether it be Resolved, That the Secretary of War La
enemy tnunite the Atlantic Oceana directed to communicate to this House
could then receive toe invaders t< gether with the protection of our coast- practicable any -
the Margin of the ocean, nnd send them upon ii trade, to the Gulf of Mexico, and the nd the Gulf of Mexico by a Ship Canal, information, surveys and estimate
from the of St Augustine in possession of that Department, in reU-
back, with a conviction that republican p!'eservation of the lives, of our northern to run neighborhood -
governments are based upon the virtue n arincrs/rom shipwreck and pirates,the or from the mouth of St. John's tion to fortifications at the entranceof

and wisdom of their legislators, and the tolls of this canal would prove vastly lucrative river, on the Atlantic coast, to the neigh Pensacola X'ay.

union of the Iople.-Thus it may be to the stockholders. borhood of the mouth of the Suwanec Tunthy, 2) and Glynn. river in the Gulf of Mexico Mr. Campbell from the Committee on
foreseen that important, naval
military advantages many may in the course of I', Mr. Webster observed that, in givingthe Private Lund Claims., made unfavorable-

time and events be expected to arise with: _. resolution its present shape, he did reports on the cases of Roland Clap, Jo.
and wealth of not intend to ask for an immediate vote seph La Kanal, and It. G. liyder ntl others "
the increasing importance
} N1 SSl\)0.\\L.\ it its bein considered which laid the table.
the Florid, and the southern and western upon nor to prevent ;{ ; were on
sections of the United States fl om this hereafter, by the usual committee. The resolution yesterday u1! red L-

canal. With regard to \ The subject itself ,thought to be one Mr. White calling for copies of survey&c. *,
proposed large INitietcenth Congress. of great importance. His own attention relative to the fortifications at Pen-.
its mercantile l and commercial advantages
was strongly called to U, some time ago, cola buy, was taken up and agar,', to.On .
it will be perceived that the vesselsand FIRST SESSION. motion of .'.t..
welldeserving Campbell of
by an intelligent' >nd, as an object Olitt.,
steam-boats, which' this caval would _
IN SENATE the serious regard of the Go. the House went Into Committee oa the
AU.antic THE ,
be calculated to float between the -
since it muchreflection bill forthereiiefof'tVilhiam Hambly aril
vernment. He had given so
Mobile,and the gulf'of Mexico, would Thursday 15th Dec. 1825. as to be convinced that it well Edmund loyb, derrick In the cJiaiOn *-.

literally sweep the mouths of all those no- The following resolution, offered yestc merited inquiry, and he had resolved on this !bill a lung discussion took place,
ble rivers, that flow from a wealthy inter rday by Mr. Edwards, 'was adopted in which amendments
: inviting the attention of the House to it. sortie were ollcredby ,
rior into the bays of Apitlachee, Apachi- I Jtesolved, That the Secretary of War The correspondence which had taken Mr. White' who advocated the bill at

cola and Mobile-thereby concentrating be directed to communicate to the Senate place between the intelligent gentlemanwho length in very able niunncr, in which he

hereafter a reciprocal and extensive safe a copy of the '"map of the SUrt ey" ap- represented on that floor the interests was supported by sir. Campbell (of Oliifj; )

inland trade, between the western waters p ndcd lo the "Iteport of Ihe survey ot'a of the Territory Florida, and the .and Mr. Ma'.Iary! (of \cnr.cnt,* and o':.

and sections of the Unionwith the Atlantic. read from St. Augustine Cape Florida, Secretary of War, had prepared the minds posed on the ground i'a-:mt of sl1 !idcn ,

The States on each side of the isth- by Col. G dsdcn." gentlemen for the investigation of the evidence by :Mr1. For.-.} chi (of Georgia i )__ -
mus would be more reciprocally 'i iffsday CO/A Dec. subject and had no doubt led to a fair Finally, the bill: v;,..s lad i on the table! ut:-
this canal than Florida. From
fitted by The Vice President communicated to-r.1OrU
aletter til .
( expectation who Va" .
that the member so ably
the mouth of St John's steam-boats can, ,
from the -
Secretary \Var, trans. the Territory would lead the F;;.l.;" 2": The.
and do,even now avail l themselves of a uniting} A Map of the Survey of a load represented On meting of Mr. Qmpbell, of Ohio! t '
in the discussion, by which the vast ,
inland in the of the way
safe rear numerous #
passage St. Au nstine to
frjjin CapeFlorida, by the
islands the Coast of Georgia importance of the measure would he developed. Committee on Private; land Claims
open Colonel Gadsden.
were discharged from the! consideration
It to the exercised
and South Carolinas far north as was courtesy
Charleston and Georgetown, even to \I Agreeably to,-notiec given, Mr. towards himself by that gentleman, ot'thepetition of sryne citizens of Wth

Cheraw. bound to either of the up latterports lIne asked and obtained leave to bring that it was to be attributed that the subject Florida, respecting: preemption right
inl a bill "f m the relief of F.lihu Hall Bay should have fallen into his hands. and the samevr.s referred to the Committee
would find safe a
they as
passage and others, confirming grants to land Whether such communication the on Public Lands.Mr. .
from St. John's to Savannah r \"cI'hroush a
in'| the district west of-Pearl river, derived resolution contemplates were practicable Scott, from the Committee on Pub.!
\ Augustine creek, in the rear of i
from the i/ritish of West lie Lands bill
reported a
government within reasonable he confirming certain
Island. into Calaboga sound a expense
find from Savannah to Florida, and not subsequcntlb..lnted by could not undertake to Jiy. That was claims land in the Territory of Florida

:Charleston is they now which city would probably Spain or the United States ;'-'-which the matter in regard to which information founded on habitation and cultivation .

; was twice read ai.d \referred.On its utility ; which bras read tit"ice and committed -
attract a considerable share of the wes I was sought. practicable
tern trade, by the way of the St. John's. ; motion of Mr. Johnston Louisiana, would hardly be doubted by am"" It and made the order of the day for
it would oiF8JO 1000 miles of most to-morrow ordered to be printed.
This, conceive, in some instances mightbe jwasTtesohed or
!\ That the Committee dangerous in the line of an The speaker laid before the House a
the case, as it would be impossible to Commerce mitigation,
prevent, coercion, the western merchants be instructed to inquire into.the important part, both of our coasting trade letter from the chief Engineer, on the

and planters from centrcing where expediency of erecting! a lighthouse at and our foreign commerce. The whole subject of the fortifications at the entrance .-

there is: the most capital, European and the Southwest pass of the Mississippi river country would be benefited by it. All the ofPeifeacohi .flay ; which was ordered

1'e.,t.India shipping, and large importing ; and, also, buoys at the Southwestand States on the Ohio and Mi&stsssppi i and to be referred to the Committee

and exporting merchants: if their interests Southeast pass of that river. That those on the Gulf of Mexico, would find in Military"V Affairs, and printed.

or inclination should lead them to they also inquire into the expediency of such a communication, a greatly increased am MXCtt ::: CCUfCC cw- ,
such a port i lay it down as a generalrule erecting a lighthouse at the most suitable facility in getting to the sea, with their

that agriculture and commerce are point between LukeJorgne and vast and various produce. The Atlantic John Randolph has been appointed by

always prone to come together at the Mobile Bay ; and, also, at St. Andrew's and Commercial States would also feel the Legislature Virginia, to be a Senator -

most habitual point of concentration up. Ray and a.1 the mouth of St.John's river their full share of benefits, not only in of the Unitec States, vice James Barbour -

on the margin of the ocean, ot at the .in'Florida. That they also inquire int, the coasting trade_ now so great and so now Secretary of War.-Nat., Int.

head of navigation for European shipping, the expediency erecting small light rapidly increasing but in their inter John Tyler has been elected Governorof

upon a river, or bay where a city from oh Lake 1'oncharlrain, near Madibonville: course also with Mexico, and perhapseven the State of Virginia, without serious

its longstanding 1: and locality, holds out and: also, providing large lanterns or with other of the new States of A- opposition.

the greatest capital, :uHL has got: the lights be used at the Fort of.Petit Co-" mcr ca. It turns out to have been untrue that :

trade, both by sea and from the interior, quillcs amlatChefMcntcur, and at Fort It appeared to him,thatm applying the Mr. Monroe (the late President hatrcon-

turned and settled in its favor. Jackson, for the safety of the navigation. means of Government to objects of improvement senled to be A candidate fsth(: station

Consequently, each seeking their actual Mr. Johnston submitted the following : it was wise to select those of of Governor of Virginia.-Idem.

I'interests, let us suppose a ship to Itffao/Viv/, That the C'ommitlcc on Naval the mot unexceptionable character, and Walter Lowric ..f Pennsylvania his

leave Liverpool in pUistut of Ahbanucotton. Allairs be instructed to inquire into of the greatest general importance. been elected to be Secretary of the Senate

She must cross the Atlantic the expediency making further surveys Such he supposed this to be. He might of the .United States, fur the 19thCongress. !

within two to four days' sail l of Charleston of[:the Coast ot'Florida. overate its magnitude or its utility ; or it .-Id.JtiwOreazu.

Savannah, or St. Mary's, (being the |tJ his resolution lies on the table. might turn out to be impracticable. But. .

only three polls of note into which she :| Thursday 22(1 Dee. it; on examination, it should appear that Dae. 17.-It will be seen 1 1

could gain an entrance) ; from thence [The resolutions, ofiered by Mr. Johnston such communication could be opened, it that the Spaniards have lost their strong

she must now keep away, make the (of Louisiana,) on Tuesday, were a- seemed him to be one of the greatest hold in Mexico. The Mexican navy will,

Man of War Keys, sail down the
gerous coast of Abaco island, pass the I which could engage- the attentionof which circumstance may be in itself. ....., .sot..... Kfiicient '
Hole in the Wall, cross the Itahama government. J'ort IC present, he to decide the fate of Cuba.A .

banks, (if not cast away on the Abaco) House vf Jte2)resentatices. wished the resolution: to lie on the table respectable merchant in this city Ins

steering her course through and should hereafter, propose to give favored :
numerous I Thursday, 15th December.Air. politely us with the following extract -
small i inlands and keys of rock in some further direction to it- of a letter from
every Campbell from the Committee: on Mexico ; and \v direction, for the Double-head shot keys, Private Land Claims, reported a bill "for The resclution was ordered to be laid hear that a passenger in the Schr. Dora-

-then steer up the north bide of Cuba, the relief of William Hambly and Edmund on the table accordingly.On tha, reports: the loss of 12 or 13 vessels

through piratical waters, sail the extent which motion of lately on the coast. '
U yle ; was twice read, and com Mr. Heed of Mass. it was
noiUtstwardly of the Gulf of Mexico to mitted."I Resolved, That the Committee on Naval .J.lttl.rw/rJ.I\'. ;:6.-On the 21st inst

the Uaii/c, anti from thence ascend the J Friday, Dec. 16. Affairs be instructed to inquire into the Castle of San Juan tie Ulloa was surrendered -

rapid current of the Mississippi, one hundred Qn-motion of Mr. White of Florida, it the expediency of establishing a line of by capitulation, to the Mexican
and thirty miles to New OrlemsI .- The few
was communication between the Atlanticanti government. troops who remained -

I This would comprise a circuitous and 'firsolved, That the Committee on the Pacific Ocean, through the Ibthmus of were sent in transports to Hava

dangerous route of at least fifteen or Territories" be instructed inquire what Panama. na. A great number of people are aboutto

eighteen hundred miles' sailing distance, amendments are necessary in the Civil Mr. Recd observed, on introducing this proceed to Vera Cruz to settle tliere*

from the point where she was within two Administration of the Government oft he resolution that the object it had in view The markets here are glutted.
to four days' sail of Cha.rl ston.Sa\lnnah, Territory of Florida and what alterations ,
which he considered
was one of great im ) ---PIn ---
or St. Mary's ; where, at either port, by ought to be made in the laws organizing a It I
portance. important, as a means the the
Legislature of
facilities of the above proposed canal Territorial Government. Kentucky on
of obtaining information from those
,she could obtain her cargo of Alabama j[)n motion of Mr White of Florida, it Successive nations on the southern 30th Nov. a preamble and resolutions,
cotton, and be on her return voyage was declaring the persons who had assumedthe
before she continent were now becoming free ; our authority of Judges, under the reorganizing1
to Liverpool, could, upon an Resolved, That tire Committee on the Government had entered into treaties
average calculation of the wind?, arrive Public Lands, be instructed to inquire into with them and in act, nut entitled to any salaries,
at New Orleans ; and at the same time, he ; our commerce that were adopted, by a vote of 57 to 37.-
I expediency granting so much of quarter of the globe was continually in- Other resolutions the 1st
while saving the worst half of her adopted on
voyage, the vacant lands and lots within the
corporate There
creasing. besides
were, many of instant, declared tint
would avoid those dangers which arc pre-existing:
limits of St.
sometimes incalculable. Augustine and Pens our whale ships constantly in those seas, Court of Appeals, possessed the right ot"
co a, to their respective corporations of three
on duration.
voyages ycais' A coercing;a restoration: of the paper taken

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.J ctci'k. On the s..n:..'' \1.1\. fL: ,fij for
'j't' f1 o'la sense \aa rcn nlcil unshippec and a portion of the 'APPOINTMENTS
'I that the Uover- i
resolutions, our lawmakers 'of the
,r.fi i tlis11's 1 :c.itcnant Governor, each I memberV5.fi of:}n officer exercising gross his veto impropriety the false keel broken, in which, state ,By the President by and with the

,, '5c fate and House of Kcpresenta- deliberations of a body politic over upon whom she was towed by the Hornet for advice and content of the Sen

and the Judges of the old and new he, at the same time, acts as President, about three days, when the rudderwas ate.

.:.;\t"t( might to resign their offices, that during those very deliberations. temporarily hung, and she Alfred Conkling of New-York,
be settled
questions in tdicpute might Now an election is to take place- into harbor. Six of
on put Savannah to be Judge of the United States
were adopted, by a vote Friday next, t
'V people yesterday for
) a member of
the BOLtd-hu the crew there swam ashore in the I for the northern District of New-
16. !
J75 to any of the Aldermen
__ __ !:IgnedVc are notinformed of such cveut. nighttvo|. of them have since York, in place of Roger Skinner,

lj.11. 1 U.;!!(C.R'l'11a ".;.: What is then the object of such been take deceased.

-"- an election ? to increase the Hoard to ten Pensac la, it would seem, cannot William II. D. C. ,Wright, of

for the Pcnsacda Gazette members instead of nine 1Vhere i ii the be the rendezvous for large Maryland, to be Consul of the U-
flrridii Canal. necessity of thist provision of either the taw of the 22d of
work, must universally be felt & ac- December 1824,01' that of the 3d Decem vessels of war. nited States, lor the port of Rio

f" vledgcd! throughout the union, and ber, 1825, that authorises, at this time, Remarkgoing s--We copy the fore- de Janeiro. in Brazil. .
''public attention has been attracted such an augmentation of members there for the purpose of express John Mansfield, of Massachusetts -

fit'ever: since the 1 acquisition. of our' is none. By the new law thn Board in to ing our regret, that respectable to be Consul of the Ignited
lint never has it been pre9Cnt.l..ilh be composed of nine members, exclusive
r Triton. editors atja distance, will permit Stales, for the Port of
such a formidable array of pnw'Ijuland of the byor, who is no longer tn sit in
themselves thoughtlessly to make Perhartibuco in Brazil.
convincing arguments ; of suchncl the Hoard ; but not a single disposition of ,
1, allc\ splendid results; of foreign and this last law is to take effect before the assertions to the prejudice of o- Charles D. Cox, of New-Jersey,

nesticid\antrigrs, asin the letter of first of April next ; until then the Mayur therst rich a little attention to be Consul of the United States

0.-Seagate! to Corgrcssto. theSecrota"I'af and Aldermen shall continue to :Iiavo and would convince them are false. for the City and Kingdom of Tripoli -

""':.'. JlI'It'W is: entirely I new, and exercise their said oHiccs ; what offices ? In announcing the fact, alluded to in place o! Thomas D. Aa-
f'n an national he is undoubtedly those which they held on
ever ship 1 the 3d of above we stated that f< there was derson.
Ijlg first who suggested a chanjjn 1)eeentber,1825. at which time
eel our country, that I it is practicablethere the Mayor held the office of President of much water y to spare on the bar Benjamin Gardner, of Massa.

!|, can exist no doubt ; of all the plans the Hoard, composed of nine members, and plentyof room to beat otr.- chusetts, to be Consul of the Uni

cfjnternal nnpru't.'J1Ieut.hlch has been himself included. the cause] of the accident is not ted States for the port of Palermo,
contemplated, none apCafs.tu: have suchstrong lithe incumbent Mayor, with the viewto "
known here
at present. our in the Island of Sicily, in place of
claim on the support of the whole anticipate on the spirit of the new law,
ution; indeed it will prove of greater thinks proper not to assist at the deliberations paper of Dec. 3d, we published a Henry Preble, deceased.

'itfionvl; importance, than any work of the of the Hourd he may do so i the letter fro n Com. Warrington, in Payton Gay, of Massachusetts, "

ftnd: that has ever been projected, for law has provided for the appointment ofa which he pays, Mr. Austin" the to be Consul of the United States I

there is net perhaps a State in the union, senior Alilernant to preside in his ab- Pilot is ,in no way blameable for for the IslatrJ of Teneriffe, in placeof
bl.t, must feel the benefits of this canal. sence. Hut then the board should remain misfortune which
our rtas owing John O'Sullivan deceased.
ni'ittfhen we reflect on the immense adtyl1tages composed of EIGHT members ; the introduction -
which :Florida must derive:: from of a member, besides the constitutional to a heavy sea t light wind and abed Rufus King, of New-York, to he

j 1ttlcc"mind is lost in pleasing! :anticipa- number, must strike with nullity working shift. IT HAS NOT AL- Envoy Extraordinary and Minister -

tious; of our future greatness.! The names all the acts of the board, since the)' would TKIIED OU[l GOOD OPINION of Pensa Plenipotentiary of the United

ofthose who project such great works, have been made with the participation, cola"-toj which we added the States, at the Court of the United-
jive in the memory of their country, and perhaps in consequence of a majority, I
above fully confirms what we observed Kingdom of Great Britain and
while stone and marble monuments obtained by the presence of an individualnot
jnouliier into dust. legally entitled to a scat In that board. in mentioning! the accident, Ireland.

FLORIDA. The approval by the Mayor of a writ of that it wasnot ohig; to shallow John A. King, of New-York, to

.aTo election, in such case, could but be a violation water or vant of room, there being be Secretary of the Legation of
--s + of the cnarter ; the power which ; plenty of each." By which it the United States near his Britannic
the Editor of the Pensacola Gazette. retain would be
he would pretend to an
The act the 22d of December. will be observed that the Editor Majesty.
SHI- passed on illegal power, and the decision which he
1824, by the Legislative Council would giveas a Judicial officer, in consequence of the Pa ladium has been undera

of Florida entitled an act to incorporate of his Mayorslup, wouU be invalid mistake, and unguardedly -madean ft was stated some months since, that

the City of Pensacola" provided and not binding upon the parties. mfourjded assertion, calculated C.cn.arton tile officer of the revolution

thatthe Hoard of Aldermen of that City Considering the prevalent apathy, it is to injure us without benefiting who] captured Prescott on Long-Island
should he composed of nine Aldermen, undoubtedly of very little importance was then, and had been for many years,
from which the Hoard should choose a whether the election takes place or not; any one: the tenant of a jail, in Danville, in the.
Mayor, U) be the President of the Hoard. it matters not whether a few individuib, It is not a fact that Pensacola the State of Vermont.

:The same law also provided that those s'tiJIle.s in-number than those who took 'cannot be ther endezvous for large We learn by the Danville Vermont Star

officers should be elected for the first intetest, in the elect on held in Octoberlast vessels of war." of Dec. 6, received yesterday, that while! '

time on the 1st Monday in October, 1825, : try their ,MIGHT INFLUENCE in the on board the .I1randywine, Gen Lafayettewrote
and for the 2d time on the 1st Monday in choice of a man, weak enough to lend I to Gen. Fletcher, of Vermont, en

;April 1826. himself such imposition. Bat it is not Fires.-The papers, from many closing a draft, with a request that the

Hy an act of the same authority, passed indilfcrcnttliat the privileges of the peo different places, received by sums for which Gen" Barton was confined

1)eceinbcr3d,18.5, the former law has pie, -unll"I' a representative system, be the last mail; contain accounts of should be paid.-This request was complied
been repealed in.these words : Sec. 20. thus tr.tmplcdupon ; and at least it shall serious and destructive fires.- with in the most delicate manner
"*He it further enacted That.an act to in not be doic without the protestation of and Barton now enjoys freedom How i is
4Grporatcb City of Pensacola, passed ut Citizen.SATURDAY Those in Charleston, New-York the name of Gen Lafayette connectedall
December 22d, 1824, be, and the same ..* ...Independent, .. and Pittsburgh, have been the that is really great in public and goodin
_..__ .. .. .--- -- -
'idcd t = ::::= I
i is hereby, repealed ; l') that such -- most severe. In Norfolk, Baltimore private life.alt. Fed. Gazette."Port .

1L'pc'u18Ilall7IfJt be construed to vacate the I.PmDJ\ !) and I several other places
8 ,
of the Present Mayor and i Idermennf'tfte
they have been of minor 3Iuhont Oct. 5.TIle Greeks are
- --- ---- ---- ------- -- ) impor
said City ; but the said Mayor and triumphant the fleet has
: Egyptian retired -
JANUAKY 14, Id26. tance. In Frankfort the
Mdermcn aka!! co'ItI1lU.' to Imve and exercise ---- ------- -- -- Ky. to Alexandria, and the Turkish fleetto
their said oflcet, until the dayprexcribed {'erne sans fieur. building occupied h)' the House of Constantinople, The Greek fleet have

by this act jo*a new ejection" and the ......... Representatives has been consumed taken nearly 60 transports.
3d section ot the still Act that llie .
hays ,
-- '
Col. WOOL, Inspector of he U. and in Washington the Library -
!election shall te held on the 1st Monday of
S. arrived in this of Congress threatenedwith OBITUARY.DIED .
Army, City on was
ipril in every jfui' -On the morning of he 1st inst.at .
The present iloard of Aldermen, elected Thursday las', accompanied by conflagration, but the destroying his residence near this City, Colonel

in October last, agreeably to the law the Duke of S.XEVE1. They clement was stayed before W.M. KING! a distinguished: officer in the

of the: 22d of Dccenuer, 1821,is composed yesterday visited Fort San Carlos much) injury was sustained. United States Army during the late war.

ot nine Aldermen, from amongst, whom de Barrancas, and we understand We trust Ithat these reports will His remains were yesterday interred in
the Mayor lias been elected as President
this witb honors.
are to leave the City this day fur arouse the apathy of our citizens, City military
of the said Hoard, ((1c. 8 an(19.> ) In repealing Mobile Com. Begiater.jjj .
that law in toto, the repealing Mobile. with regard to fire companies and -

prousion says! tnat the ojjlcts of the f>rci.ent.iLiyor the necessary preparations in

. and vlld.:rmcn shall not be vacated, We are compelled tins week, to offer case we houd unfortunately be wmp,
jnithat thotfi officers kliatt continue to hare sheet reduced in size -- ,
our patrons a visited with calamities similar to
acid exercise their said office untiitheJirsiMwlay though containing very little less than our Lit 1olt ot PelQ.
those tvi1, have befallen the citi-
in .Jprilnext : therefore,
agree- usual paper-the advertisements of our L
:Autu the Uw under which the present yearly customers being unavoidably oniitted zens of other, places. Last spring AUK1VED, I

U 000t",1 law l*.. is maintained: the
by Jicoue until the disappointed in the reception; of proper this place; but we regret to say St. Mark's.:
ptnod at which another election is to
Jukiplace: ,) the.said present Hoard must sized paper. The this loss, however, is principally they have dwindled into insigni- 7U.. S Transport Schr. Florida -
composed of nine members, including expensive ours than as that paper which we much ordinarily more ficance in numbers, and are now % Baker,Pampa Bay.-Passengers -

the Major, and, uutil April next, the u:$e. composed of !bat a very small portion lIaj.Vl i ht and Lieut.

Board thus: constituted:: i is the only lawful- of our citizens-let all inter- Newcomb, U. S. Army.CLEARED'.
Board that has the right to administer the
Tf8erll.lf/1I Election.-We have bocn ested show some energy before ,
interests: of this:: Cit). Undoubtedly :i
member! may withdraw if he chooses and much at a loss to hiui out for what purpose active exertions are required and Jan. 7.-Schr. Harriet, Maura*

the Uoard hate, in that case:: the power ordered the an Hoard election ot Aldermen tor another of member this City, there will be no occasion for a.wakeninC"lajtt"r Ncw-Orleans.-Carg'o j 14,000 feet

tolul the vacancy by causing ttii election yesterday-we know not if we have tuo the emergency is lumber and 14 bundles hides, by
to be Iwrld. Surely the present incumbent little Stone and Nisbet.
or the Aldermen too muchdl ccrn. / '
with the office of Mayor may retire went ill this instance ; but we can find no 9.-Schr. Two Friends', Beau-
altogether, if he has a, mind so to do or
he iuy< resign the duties of Mayor ;andat provision> of any law which authorises, at Jlpathy at lE/uliollo.-\ tit'e think the following vais, New Orl ans.-12 bales cotton
the this time, nine aldermen, exclusive of the observation, of the N. E. Palladium by S. Patterson.
same time retain his seat in the ,
Mayor-on the contrary to our weak fa very applicable to our own city.
iJoard ; but in neither of these cases 10th.-Sc'h. Amelia, Batch, N'-
culties it appears clear that the law pass "Municipal Elections. the
Nhould, an election u* TUG i-tortE take ed on the.kl Dec. last, provilesthat the Electors of the se'cl"al'ards in this city Orleans.
] lace, for an officer execute the duties
present Mayor and Aldermenshall hold gave their v jtes for City and Ward Olfis SAILED,
uf.Ma\ur-for since October last and
the offices which they tilled at that time cers. In th : :i no party times of peace Jan. 11.-U. S. Transpcrt Schr.
April next, the people have nut the until the Ut April next. Whether it is and prosper ly, there j is too little willingness Florida Baker St. ark's.-Pas-
right to elect their the election -
of ( oiii' of honor and
fur the purpose complimenting some for es only, too
should then be fur an Alderman simply, individual by electing him to an imaginary much apath(' as respects elections, Whither acngcrsi the Misses Bellamy and
provided the Hoard were reduced to Capt. D. E. Burch, U. S. Army.
office or not, we will not pretend to will it lead ?
eight members; but there can be no determine ; !but we 'conceive an explanation We think it will lead here to ruinouscou&equences. -
fur Lost sometime in June last
an election if there is no such ,
of the matter due to the citizens.
leductiou I ba. total resignation, of one of I A. Xote of: \iauOU \
the rleliibt i s. For, were it to be a mutation ---- urn tCff&MCUD! --- ,

as to the person exercising the duties The lion. Josiah Quincy, has been re- Norfolk Jke. 20-The U. S Ship John the sum of two hundred dollars,

ol Maur; the election of that officer eJected Mayor of the City of Hoston. Adams, Captain, Nicholson,from Pensacola i signed William Loftin and Geo.

Hill appertains, and, unfit April next, willappertain and last from Savannah, whence she Cumming, and payable to William 111

to the Board themselves, and From the Roston_X. E. Palladium. sailed 12th] inst. anchored in Hampton Wills, dated about the sixth seventh of
only hunt July 1824. All personsare hereby forewarned -
amongst the members of the toads yesterday-oil well.
The John Adams in
Uoard.Aftt; leaving B. Ii um trading for said notcfor it is-
The U. Ship Decoy, Lieut.Com.Tottinger .
Pt'tisacola for Norfolk on the 6th the of the subscriber -
r the} first of property
April next the caseVillbeUifleiciit 5-days from J'ensacola, was
; the people will have ult. struck two or three times on '. beating up .;IJamptonKoadt, 'ctcr- N. H. Mitchell

'M ckct their M.tyor and nine Aldermen the Bar, by which the rudder was tIattt.'J1o rI 'n.JJ.''Cf)1r; Dec. 29th 1825.-46-St.

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FOR SALE. i srrTltlti'Sli "i List Or Letters NOTICE.

following valuable property, in the Post Of aTis my intention. immediately l.
in the City of Pensacola, on the 31st a suit in the SUPt'rior tIIU.

and it?immediate vicinity, belonging o Pensacola Bookstore, day of December, 1825, which, if the Western District of 11orida1U\'f
(:ti. John U. Fcnwick, is offered for salt : .-111 .tsortmftit of Stationary contttting off within three months held at Pensacola on the first 31e I
for terms, apply to the subscriber, vho'.is' \\ILLS, superior quality, not taken out May next, on a certain Mor :tg ,b Jer
his duly constituted agent and attorneyin Letter, Folio and Cap paper, will be forwarded to the GeneralPost date 15th September 182L,

fact. Wafers, Sealing Wax. Office as dead letters. Charles Heeler to Charles tr fore: Iaj

House & 110t Peg Cork, Glass and Pocket Inkstands, A.-Capt. J. Anderson, J. Apph'by inff: the payment of 684 dollars prig
with the interest
Ned Ink Powder, thereon.
A. Adee 3 Delilah 'the :
m. at present occupied by the Japanned Sand.foxes, Paint Boxes, Augustus bound by said Mortgage consists of

jscriberi, a most pleasant TapeIndian Rubber,. Allen. arpens, situate on the North western&'
und desirable residence. If not soon sold, Lead and Slate Pencils, Crayons, B.-Geo. M. Brooke 2, FrancisW. of the mouth of Escambia River a

will be to rentby the ).cartu an approved Camel's Hair do. Brady, William Blunt 2, JohnJ. of which the town of Beelcrsville is ki

tenant, together with some furniture. Pencil I Cases, Barry, Aaron B. Bishop. HenryM. Jut.
A Lot adjoining the South corner pf Indelible Ink, Drawing Paper k Bracken ridge, Benjamin S. John Lee Williams
the end of Bonnet Hoards, ,
Redding Street, at upper
Attorney fcr
Butterworth Sears David .Urtagtt.
the public square. ALSO Pensacola, 3d Dec. 1825-41-2an4rn
", 200 Or: Luli eiotherand Hair Brushes, f]Bleakley, Wm.. M. Boyce, Mary !
feVvpens i "Common Scissors, Razors, ,]Burke.
more or less, fronting St. Rosa Sound, Superior Windsor Soap and Fruit and Ornamental Trees
C. Isaac Clark Sextus
2, Camp,
Pensacola, ,
..neloppusite to the City of Common Watch Keys.
near to the improvements of Judge W. Hasell Hunt. Thomas H. Chamberlain, Captain '"J c.

P.rackenridge ; situations like this! arc (Cornell 2, Daniel Colquhoun, Edward \Wm lPmufl:
Oct.1825. lS'
Pensacola 15th
destined to become valuable as residencesfor Campbell, -Collector of the

the summer, as well as for the cullivation Collector's Office, District vf Pensacola, } (Customs Key West,John S. Cummings rnopRiETon OF THE

of the Orange, Sc. November, 1825. 5 J. N. CoxeSidney Smith Li nee an Botanic Garden

800 Ai'pe\\s ot: La\\\, Notice is Hereby Given, .
mere or less, about three miles north of Masters of Vessels trading Pen .-Wade H. Duhoae, Isaac C. /jpjYFFEKS: to the public, his very e*.
Pensacola, and known by the name of TO sacola, that the 17th section of the Alexander Vs*' tensive collection of the choices
Iay s Wm..J. .
\"mnCS:1, on which there is a comfortable Post Office Law, will be strictly enforced Douglass, fruits, the selection of which has been
dwelling and outhouses, and was occupied from this: Dexter, James Dean. made with the greatest care during Inor&

some time nine by Col. U'alton date.Geo.. W. Barkley, .E.-Alfred \V. Elwloe6 "2. than half century,and to which largereJcent .
excellent stream of water run F. additions have been made.
there is an J9r/i. Collector. -Doctor C. A. Finley 2,

ning through this tract of land, and it in is Pensacola Nov.23th, 1825-39-tf. Thomas Firming, Benjamin Fos- The assortment of om.mtllfl\\
\\ell timbered-there.ls nut, perhaps i trees, flowering shrubs
,, : situation fora .cu. Ad.1n1.lI. Freeman, J. W. Fi- !:: and
this vicinity more eligible NO'flCE. veash. plants, is also very extensive*.
saw mill. Also,of Bulbous flowers, who
ALSO, lam TIE subscribers having obtained let- G.-Madame 'Graupera, Jag. .includes 620 varieties of Tulips, 580 of I

sundry articles of household furniture. ters of Administration deceased on the estate D, Grcesham, Casper P. Gideon, Hyacinths, besides a great variety of otht[
of John ,
Simpson all
Robert Mitchell, against said persons estate, Madame Gilbertln. Jose Gainrs.H. -species. The Ireenohcue department
Si in fact, Pleasant has also been greatly extended, and now-
Agent Attoiney are hereby called upon to present them Hull, Doctor
for Col.) John Fenwick. comprises above 1800 species, amon-*
without delay, and all persons indebtedto Isaac Hulse 3'Louisllessee, Hen which the
are most splendid and
"I'cnsacola, 4th Jan. 1526.-'15-tf: rare
said estate"are requested to make immediate -
ry G. Hottsandez. =kinds, including 80 kind of orange

payment to J.-Charles J. Jenkins, Dempsey lemons and citrons, 28 of the ciracf.lia .

Sea Island Cotton Seed. A. P. Simpson, Jones, James Jenkins. Japonica Japan rose, 200 geraA.,.

ffKyj\\) 1 Bushels of a good l quality, at .J. A. Simpson, .Jdmm rs. -K.-_Robert .Kennon 2, Henry urns. 45 of heaths and green and 'bohei
\ j\y g 1 per bushel, deliverable atit. tea plants, ogives, myrtles, cape jasmins
: Uot>a sound,'can he procured by application 7':;cambia County Kochler 2. &c. &c. In the.collection are about 10,009

to the subscriber. --12th--No182.37- -- -6w., L.Catherine B. Loftin, J. b'Tapeines of the finest European kind

,Geo. 'V. Uarkley. .NOTICE.LL Wentworth Larkin, H. O. Lee, for wine and the table, and above 500 va.
riches of the
Azcin Lacour. most beautiful roses, into
PensacolaJan.6,186-45-3t. fi persons indebted the estate ore ing 54 kinds of Chinese monthly .roses,
k of-James R. Starr deceased, are 11.Ja.nesll.lcIntosh, Chaa.O. and 9 of the Moss rose. Also .73-var e--

\3nitev\ States Hotel, hereby requested to make 'immediate Morris, George A. McCall, ties of the double dahlia. The new catalogues

oJ MOBILE. payment; and those having demands are -Edwin Ward Moore, James Mailett for 1825 are just published, and

requested to present them at my office, William .H. McCurdy, Benja- may be obtained gratis ot \ '. Hasell Hunt,
OOJIIE] undersigned respectfully informs his friends and the public min Maple, John McLane, Robert
Win. Davison. mail to tIle proprietor, will meet.with.
that hit house is again opened Executor. AlcKennon, Murdocu McRae, Elizabeth prompt attention, und be shipped to anT

- ;; := for their accommodation. McRae. port designated.
Pensacola, Dec.20th 1825.-43 8w.
.;.; ;i.1: His bar room, dining room and Q.-Jo&eph.D. Oliver. November 13th, 132J-38-tf.

bed chambers, having recently 40011 W. ital.In P.-Peter Pclham, John Page,
considerable and improvements
undergone repairs -
,he trusts they will be found addition to las Excellency Gov. ll'ilaon't William. folk, William Piuk- SHERIFF'S SALE.

comfortable and convenient lie has Proclamation, ney, Collector Key West, E. Phil- County Court, Eecambia County

been particularly careful to have good reward of two hundred ips, Jacob! ,Pitman, A. B. Pink- John Lee Williams,"}
beds,all of which are now new and clean. OFFERING the ham D. C. 2 David H.
apprehension ot one Pinkbain adm of J. H.-Chap.
His bar and table shall be well
as supplied David Henry Moore Porter 2.R.G.. deceased, } fi. fa.
as the market Yo ill enable him His )
stables aTe large and convenient and will charged with being: an accomplice with C. Russell 2, Daniel Le 'vs.William.
be found well stored and well served one Edward Brougton, (as by the said Roy fc Co. William Ross, John KingBY ,
virtue of tliis and
execution the
One of his stables has a ground floor for Proclamation is stated) in the murder ofa A. Russell 2, Col. = Riviere
proceedings hud in this cause, I have
the use of race. horses. Having experienced negro man, named Mitchell the property
Robert Russ, Charles S. Renshaw taken the right of the defendant to thecorner
of ;
James B. Kicimson
and active servants, and being hitnselt of Sumter
devoted to his business, he hopes to District and State of South Carolina the 2, John Ray, Sarah Robertson! Robert

!give contentment to such as may favor further sum of two hundred dollar;, wilt Rae. R \lO\1B"E &Ll)
liiin wth their company. }Families my be paid by the o.vner of the said negro S.-Abraham SmithHenry 'D.

be accommodated with private rooms. slave Mitchell so murdered, to any prisonor Stone, James Stone, D.J. Shackle-' "
of Palafox and Intendencia Streets
for the ;
apprehension and
\\ Huberts.EjThe persons conviction
of the said DAVID HENRY ford 3, Andrew P. Simpson, Henry 'formerly occupied by Francis Pasquierk

(: Cahawha papers,Journal, Montgomery MOORE, charged as an accomplice in the Skinner, William Sebree 10, now in the possession of Noah H. Allen

Tuscaloosa Mirror, Louisiana crime aforesaid, and who is said to be in Nathan Shackleford 2, James W. and shall proceed -on Tuesday the 4tli
Advertiser, and Gazette, Pensnccla, will 'the State of Alabama. Shine James F. Schenck day or April next, at 12 o'clock, at the
please insert the above once a week for Sumplcr Dirtrid, S.-C. Oct. 28-39-6w. Joseph Court House, to sell at Public Auction for
two months.and forward their accounts to rrj( The Cahawba, the Pensacola, the A. Sausmillan, S. 'Snyder. cash, the right of this defendant to the
the Commercial Register Office, for pay Montgomery, and the National.lutelfigen- T.-Henry: :Trippe 2, FrancisA. aforesaid Lot,to satisfy this writ :and all

i.nent. -*:cr papers, arc requested to; insert the Thornton 4, Nobble Taylor. cost: thereon due.

.-&-- 41-2m. foregoing once a week for six:weeks, and W.'fhomasVrigbt 2, Jacob \,me. Davison

forward their accounts to ManchesterPost Williams, Green Wood, Thomas: 'Sh'ff 1 8.-County.
Cluck & 1ti \\\.c1\\\\\\1.e. : Ollice, South Carolina, for payment.
Witman Sheriff's Office
,, Henry Washington, ,
THE SUBSCRIBER, Superior Court Commodore Lewis Warrington 7, Pensacola, Dec. 5, 1825.-41-lamts.

John Waters -.
C. Whittle
fixed his residence in this, the Western District -
HAVING: has now on hand, and willkccp Of of Florida. Charles Wayne. S\\e. iff's SSuft \\\ \

constantly for sale, John Innerarity &. Y.-Alexander .1:. Yancey, Lt.
;James Innerarityaurvicingpartners 1 I ;rior Court, llrest Florida.
A HANDSOME ARSO11TMEKT OF | John J. Young 4.Robert. '"
.John & James "
3 Tm mAND ,of the firm. of John 1 MAT TKRJI:, 1S26. Mitchell, vs.Innerarity, Cfi. fa.
Forbes & Co.
Post .
I -,17/7/an lIe fa Carrera.B1 j
: r.v.William B.Pattollo J I Dec. :31st, 1825-45-St. virtue cf this execution and the

WJITCH TRIMMINGS? ; Notice is proceedings had in this suit, I hare
Hereby Given, taken the right of this defendant to the
:md will attend strictly to any work in his mil AT a suit between thq said parties
line of business, which nay be entrustedto JL is this institutcd 1826.
day and a writ of
him.v ii i \\.0\1 S 1\ & LOT
attachment issued against the property oi' .... ....
Clocks and Watches of all kinds repaired the Defendant. .. ..
at short notice.llishbop .
John Lee Williams ground situated No. 296, on Govern
is -Talafox Street, a few Received and for Sale
floors above Mr. P&iterson's shop, OH the .lltorneyfor FPfig, ment Street in this City and shall pro
same ude. Pens cola. Dec. 7th, 1825.-41-6t. ATT1IEPensacola ceed Tuesday the 4th of April next
Book Store at 12 o'clock, at the Court House, to sel
A. Knapp. NJi \\YORK MlllttOK, the same at PUBLIC AUCTION; for

T'cnsacoli, 1st Dec. 1325-4U-tf. AnnLadies' mlJim1] ] cash, to satisfy and pay the sum of three

Literary Gazette. hundred and three dollars 19 cents for
Louisiana & Missiesinni debt and all costs then due on this writ.

11'ai1.51rr'aigenlcilt.Claiborne D.O. \\otc\\kiss, ALMANAC FOR 1826. W. ]),t\"ison,

I JVlail.UK .Vo. 4. Canal Street, N. Orleans, Price-per groce, g 10 Sh'JfEa. County.

rl I ID) on Thursday at 31'. M. J I 1 tING: Agent for the above publica- dozen, 1 Sheriff's Office i

Closes on Friday tit 10 A. M. lion, will receive subscribers at S 4 single one, 12 S Pensacola Dec. lt>t, 1825-10-lamts.
Tallahassee JVlail. per annum, payable in advance ; Nos. 1 Country merchants are requested to _,

.,- ,Due on Sunday at 31'. M. to.14, are just received. The above is a forward their oa'ders"ithatlt delay, as buta
Closeson Sunday 6 1*. M. weekly I publication, printed in the royal small quantity! will he kept on hand, Deerskins and Bees wax.
juarto form, on fine with burgfoistype some delay in filling orders will it"they
Hubert \litc heH. paper a occur highest market price will be gi?'
0 and in neatness and beauty of are nut received in a short time. TilE in Cash, for Deerskinsand Bel

Post Master workmanship, is surpassed hy no periodical W. Uasell Hunt. wa:, by
I'ensacolu Dec. Gist 1825--4it, .
publication in .\lII ri't.
II I October i tlr, 1 C.1. John Jerrisonjr.
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