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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 21, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 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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-VOL. II. -(-_Pincipiancn- .- Aonne- .-.) -. 'PENSACOLA- ,--SATURDAY- = .-- : partita; influenced.Bjr:. ; "..:...2:;:. -No.41. .
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", PUBLISHED ETEIIT SATURDAY, church, where he ought to be, he Department c:>>War, ? your5 who have given it offence, powerful reasons ,that' :we. ,have I

I;, BY \ST. HABELL HUNT, will certainly make a good husk: September 19, 1825. S' to the consideration :of' Congress, thought it not uninteresting. : to

l. SIR-Your letter of the 31st 6f a resolution considered here almost publish it, at.this taineas some ad
\ ROL1 EnrWR AND PRO PRIETOR, bandWhen the President of the character inasmuch ditionat laws for
Slates vbu see a voune: man August to extraordinary fortifications,
PtlbUther and of of the the Territory Lav fthe of Florida.United who is below yo'M in wealth, offer, United'States, has been receivedby as it is the transfer of a I.Sec. will follow, as anecesOryan1
SUBSCRIPTION-Year 5 you marriage, don't deem it dis+ him, and referred 10 this Department subject,over which the President, I indispensable consequence from

Half year 3 grace, but look into his character ; t!* be answered. by the.'con stitution, has exclusive I the establishment a.Navy Yard. 9

!.,.(. Quarter year 1 50 and if you find it corresponds toi ThePeident.has, decided that jurisdiction, to a power which has I IbO 1 The memorial of the Legislative

i Single paper twelve ami I in advance.an half cents. these directions take him, and, he cannot consistently with his jurisdiction of it at all, I cannot Council presenis the mst! forcible

Subscriptions ADVSRTisuin! -payable Every advertisement you will get a good husband. 1 view of the subject, accede to forbear calling his attention to a and commanding view of the

i"J cf the width of one column and measuringnot Never make money an object of your demant, !, to have Gneral statement contained in your letter subject, and.containsrnany politi-!

more than twelve lines of this type, marriage, for if you do. depend Gaines, arrested.He to General Gaines, which; assum-I 'cal and commercial considerations *

"J'r :first insert.on; one dollar.each weekly con- upon it, as a balance to the good, perceives no sufficient necessity ed to be true .'although. not true, : worthy of the particular at. ..

tinuance fifty cents; longer Rule and and wider you will get a bad husband. I to depart from the course is made the justification of the : tention of the government.
at the same rate. figure '
ones work, double price for the first insertion. When you see a young man who he had determined to pursue, before President, in resisting the demand i "In conclusion, your memorial. _

Advertisements will be tastefully displayed is attentive and kind to his sis he receipt oi'your letter, and ()f the Governor of Georgia, and i isis :would beg leave to represent

according to the nature of them, and ters, or aged mother ; who is not which I communicated to you in in extenuating the conduct of hit...i\o your excellency the superior
trill be measured by matter of this sized of mine of thrSI't officer. The in I
ashamed to be seen in the streets the last.paragraph paragraph your advantagesofiheharbor: of Pen

type.inserted When inserted week at intervals from the, (that first wth the woman \vho gave him of August, in which you afE.- letter embracing the statement, Bacola over any other on the Gulf
is '
to,the last insertion every) each insertion will birth and, nursed him, supporting informed that the subject in all reads as follows : tf Mexico south of New-Orleans,

be' charged a.s.a. new adverti ement.- her weak and tortering frame upon its aspects w.ll be submitted to the u I am directed} to add, as an act and suggest the policy of selecting

Amounts" for advertising payable alwayson his arm, who will attend to I consideration of Congress, at their justice to "you,,that, ,the President it a*.a naval dpoi, by the government

demand. all her little wants with filial love, 'approaching session, and all the sees in the serious charges of the United States. Al-
0 i:3": Liberal contracts wrll be made with the officers of the made against by Governor : been
those who wish to advertise by the year. affection and tenderness, take him instructions to you though engineers have appointed

*.* All communications to the Editor girls, who can g*t him, no matter United States, ss well as their Troup, and the publication given to make 'a. ',surrey of the_

tntut be poll paid, or they will be attendedto what circumstances in life, he conduct under them, will be sub, TO them, and which, the letters harbor, who are amply competentto :

or not as suits his convenience. is truly worth the winning and 1 ject to the animadversions of that complained of were intended to form a correct" estimate of its
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\ having and willin certainty, make .body upon them, for approbationor "'epejj circumstances which go far importante ; >et, it-is to be hop

:: "V. rrAL, T : a good husband. censure, as they may appear, to ,n his"opinion to palliate'your con- ed, that .the ,suggestions' of your

"" We recommend" the following- lines to Lastly-always examine into have deserved.. duct. memorialists may not be considered .

the perusal of all l. who enjoy the blessingof character, conduct and motives, t! I: enclose you a copy of a letter Now,.Sir, so far from this being obtrusive", but received with

Connubial bliss.-Ed. Pen Gazette. and, when you find these good in }jo General Gaines ; and "IB so doing true, the opposite is true ; nothing complacency, as the offspring of a .

WEDDED LOVE.BY a young man, then may you be I give you a new proof of the offensive or exceptionable was ever lively interest in the welfare or

"" J ot THE published LATE W HAYLKT lbs Works., ESQ. sure he will make a good hus frankness by which the Executivehas written to that officer, beforehe this Territory and of the United

f powers, who taught my artless sighsA band been guided,in its intercourse had sanctioned by his approbation -. States. From a survey that baa

YE kindred heart to gain, with you, and furnish you with_thr an offensive letter, written by been made of the harbor of Pensa

Teach me that blessing still to prize, Georgia &t\\e States. means of learning its sentiments your Special Agent, on the 31st of cola, under the orders of the-gene*

And as I prize, maintain.Let : -- :. on the unpleasant occurrence referred June, addressed to the Agent for ral government, it is understoodby

kind attention thoughts, pleasing care, The Milledgeville Recorder con- to in your letter. Indian! Affairs, in which the authorities your memorialists, that, at the
O'er all preside
Let love in my ev'.}' glance appear;, tains the documents, which were 1 have the honor to be, your obedient Georgia are wantonly lowest water, vessels drawing not

And ev'ry action glide communicated, with the Gover servant, abused for injustice, oppressionand more than twenty-one and a half

nor's message, ,to the Legislature James Barbour. tyranny,practiced against that feet water, may cross the bar, and ,

If e'er a cloud peevish o'ercast spleen. of Georgia, at the opening of the Hit r Excellency Geo.Jlf.' Troup, i Agent, or before he had obtaineda enter the harbor with perfect safe

Let Our fancy brighter quickly hours shift the scene, ,' present session. !: Governor ef Georgia-Milletlgeville. false certificate from two base ty. The medium depth of water

To fond endearments past: Among the letters' not before and unworthy men, to traduce and between the highest and lowest

O'er ev'ry joy our breasts have felt, published are the following ; :, Department of War, l vilify the character of the Chief tide, maybe confidently estimatedat

Let faithful Memory rove, Executive Department, Geo.7- September 19, 1825. Magistrate of Georgia, which he two additional feet, making in

And teach the lurd'ning heart to melt Milledgeville 31st 1825. 5 1 GENERAL-I enclose you u copy ordered to be published, of his the aggregate twenty-three and a

At recollected love SIR-In the enclosed Gazette, of a letter from -Governor- .Troup. mere volition, on pretecce that half ft>et. It is believed from

Thus cv'ry flower that formed the wreath you will find another insolent letter in which you, will see he has dej false rumors were in circulation, the best advice which has oeen obtained
d ted the ifith instant addressed _j ...j-4 arrest for '
having
Of Hymen' f..u4'i-.. your of what or about whom he does not upon the subject that this
Uninjured fragrance still shall breathe, by your Agent, Brevet violated the articles of war, by r-----
and this done afterwards of
say, too, as was depth water on the bar is, sufficient
And charm retain Major Gen. Gaines, to the Chief
ev'ry : your several letters of the 10th and
made manifest, for the ,for the entrance of vessels of
Thus while our hearts delighted prove Magistrate of this State Havingbeen '
28th of July and the 16th :and 29th
,
Our envied bliss secure, his into purpose of influencing the general any description, save those of the
betrayed by passions of
1\V1I boast the joys of wedded love, August last, addressed to him, election in this State, in behalf of largest class $ the locality of the
the most violent excesses, he is
As permanent. as pure and which you caused to be pub- his favorite candidate. That you bay is likewise such as. to secure '
.. before at this moment -
--- presented I
-" r------- you lished. he President has declared -
entertain doubt of the
I may no correctness every facility to the entrance and
.:'11 S C ELL (leJVY.J as your commissioned officer that he will not accede to of this statement, and the departure of vessels. The
and authorized with a opposite
agent this demand-I enclose
you my incorrectness of the of
statement extremes of its oblong form
From tile 0'W. York Evening Post. corps regulars at his heels, attempting reply of this date to Governor ,
For the Ladies. to dragoon and ovel awe the President, you have only to extend in a north-easterly & Southwesterly -
Troup.There the dates of the various
compare direction, which
How to choose a good Husband.. the constituted authorities of an is no part of his duty happilycorresponds
i letters and of their .
publication.It
with the
-\V he1 y.ou see a young man of independent State, and on the eve which the President more anxiously general .
modest, respectful, and retiring of a great election, amid the dis .I I pursues, than that of maintain- will be seen that before Gen. range of winds, so as to subject
Gaines
manners, not givcn to pride, to tractions of party, taking side : ing the most scrupulous decorum could have received my vessels to very little delay in their
letter of of
the of
16th whichhe arrival
July, or departure. After
vanity or flattery, he will mak a with the one political party against in his official intercourse with the vessels

good nusband, for he will be lbe13ml' the other, and addressing electioneering State authorities line of conduct complained, he had already or have entered the bay, they
"kind man" towards his almost weekly to the dered the publication of his of the have every assurance of -the most
from which circumstance
papers
: no
10th July, to which it was an an- perfect security even in the
most
vife after marriage that he was Chief Magistrate, through the *, however aggravated, have or )
before it. public prints, couched in language swer. violent gales ; it is completely
will tempt him to depart. He feels!!
You will be furnished in abort landlocked
a by the main land arId
\Vhtnyouseeayoung man of of contumely, and insult, and defiance j it incumbent on him to cause eve
time with
additional testimony in the island of St. Rosa it is
frugal and industrious habits, no and for which, were I t8 (officer of the topursuf' ; un,
ry government
'foriune hunter," but who would send him.to you in chains, I would a similar course. He has, support of the very reprehensible commonly capacious, and its bottom
conduct of the
in his
same officer affording a stiff tenacious
take a wife for the value of herself transgress nothing of the public therefore seen with thai in
regret
towards the authorities -
deportment clay, constituting a safe and .
of excellent
and not fur the sake her
the letters published which tho' '
,
law.The Georgia, not with any the anchorage. From St. Car
wealth, that man will make a good same moderation and for not transmitted to the department,
least that will los de Barrancas
expectation justice the
to
husband; for his affection will not bearance with which I have endea he are authentic opposite) 5'
,
presumes purporting be rendered the President ,
by to point on St. Rose's island, is computed 5'.
decrease neith will he bring Toured heretofore
to deport
myself to be from to Gov.
you those authorities but in
be
about
dischargeof to three fourths of
himself or his posterity to poverty in my intercourse with you, Troup, you have permitted -
yourself duties which they owe them- a mile ; with suitable foi6cationaat
want. and from which I trust there has
or efleclk
to indulge a tone, whose -
selves.I .
When you see a young man, been in no instance a departure, will be to destroy that harmony those two opposite positions, it
have the honor to be is
obedient believed
confidently
your by military
whose manners are. of the boisterous but on the highest necessity, have which the President is so II
5S
and disgusting kind, with restrained me from resorting to much disposed to cherish, and the servant, gentlemen science, who have visited 4I
(Signed) them and
"brass"' enough to carry him anywhere harsh and offensive measures' against publication of which is calculatedto expressed an opi.
tf. M. thou that vessel could
Troup. no into *
and vanity enough to maKe him. You will see, how inflame those differences. pass
him think every one inferior to ever, if this officer has been thus moderation and forbearance could Hon. James Barbour: the bay without receiving a fatal I :
Secretary of War. injury j the guos of boh fortifications '
\ himself, don't marry him girls, he acting by your authority or countenance not fail to allay. In communicating =r -f -' :::. could be brought to bear

will. not make a good husband. you have'an' awful atonement to you the disappioration>> l! E.' .\\C\)LA. upon it, with so much certaintyand ".

When you see ,a young man, to make, both to your co- of the President, as well for writing .. effect as to ensure its destruc ,

who is using his best endeavours temporaries and to posterity.But .- as publishing those letters, From the National Journal. tion. Every, examination which ,S ,::-

to raise himself from obscurity, if contrary to either, he has and his injunction that in your of- It will be seen by the Documents has been made of these commaftd.' S 5'

to credit, character and influence, assumed the responsibility, it is ficial intercourse with Governor accompanying; the reportof
stations has
resulted in
the
ing decided
by his own merit, marry him ; he expected that your indignant reprobation Troup, in_ future, you abstain from the secretary, of the Navy- that opinion, that it can be much

will make a good husband and one of his conduct, will be every thing that may be deemed the Commissioners appointed to
more easily defended than other -
4 $ having. marked the most exemplary select a site for a Navy Yard and any
\vortny by offensive, 1 am directed to add, as
the if
in the of Mexico on Gulf, cot_ on the
When man depending which the laws will Depot Gulph on
see a
you young punishment an act justice to you, that the whole of the Atlantic
coast. .
'solely for his reputationand enable you to inflict. I demand, President sees in the serious char- the coast of Florida{in conformitywith tl
in the Chief of an act Congress of-the last A faithful topography Perrsa- '
standing society upon therefore, as Magistrate ges made against you by Governor '
wealth of his rich fat her or other Georgia, his immediate recall and Troup, and the publicity given to session have chosen the Bay of cola and the adjacent country Will tlJ.

relationc! don't marry him, for his arrest, trial, and punishment, them, and which the, letters complained Pensacolaas the most eligible site demonstrate,.that it may be very J.

goodness sake, he will make a poor under the rules and articles of war. of were intended mf to repel, on that coastfor its location. The efficiently protected from the inroads -
of naval establishment in of the' enemy '!>> I land. In
want a J' ,
husband. You will find in the same paper circumstances which go far in his 1, "
When you see a young man, one sundry affidavits, proving the opinion to palliate your conduct, that part of our country has been thereat of the towns at the distance '

half emplnyed in adorning hit per- falsity of the certificate given by and without which palliation .the i strongly fell, to, protect our extensive of about a half a mile; the"..

son or riding through the streetsin Marshall and Edwards, to Gen. President would have found it his i and increasing commerce highlands present;themselves apom' _, ,
;
gigs, who leaves his debts unpaid Gainesand which further prove duty to have yielded to the demandof I passing from the Western. States which military works mij be constructed ,

although frequently demanded that Gen. Gaines must have obtained Governor Troup. through the Gulph of Mexico; to advantage, so as com- .5. '-..

; never do you marry him, for it to wield as an instrumentin I I have the honor to; be, your and the high character;of the' Naval 'pletely"to ,command' the 'Whole .
fbem : '
he will in every respect make a the pending contest; on the side ob't sery't, Officers, appointed by the, Secretary spacer intervening tetween *
a.a and thr fortification '.
had husband. of one party against the other.- (Signed) of the Navy ,to perform bay: ; a single '
that service ;furniahta. the.:.mos strongly; and judicioutjf milt, '
When you see young man who As 1 write this another Gazettehas : James Barbour. T
never engages in any affrays or been put into my hand, containing Gen. E. P. Gainer. conclusive*evidence of they abilityand would ,.ucceufully&r.: epos,:.the. ,
Maj. 'into', thetowa' in
whicitUfae
quarrels by day ; nor follie by another letter of subsequent judgment with % law, entrance every '

night, and whose dark black deedsare date and similar character, Executive Department Georgia,} has been ,executed rTleroiI: 'a dire i1olti' The eimprobablyDO'' : .
I Oct. 1825. J document: however, ;.transmitted, other station:on the southern coast '4;
not of so mean a character as which is also enclosed for yojjr. JUilkdgtviUc, 15 '
to make, him wish to conceal, his information. Notwithstanding!; ,the re. to President Monroe,'bv the, first urnicfa!;could;b defended. bi4'

Bcttution of the President, repeated Legislative' ,Council ,of' ,Florida'l ,sotjaattajmanber of troops/:
name ; who does not keep low, Very Respectfully, 0 .
company, nor break the Sabbath G.'JML Troup. i' oar letter ,of the 19th. ult. settingforsh the.1 irnpqisztadja -br at lew.Jejtp se. .. ; : >'! "..:
refenthe of,this $ of ft location at PensaeoU 1edeendenitr" Ao tl1i rQ4 .t
to complaints gqycrnmeQlsegaiDftt tag
110! use profane language, but thetffeiAmrt UieiftUtL7 ( .
President ,
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m.J; ifrcliancfjs exclusively resources or wantonly nuirepre &', happened' ..,meet oo horsejack Tomorrow shall inform ,yourI ec1 it M to Jr*ST "'i butt 'fearing i1ea
'' With of the Excellency of the particular* every where else, it would not only be
.,,reposed regulartroopsI there sent it? a procession inconsistent
but
are other prominent'considera '-- -- F- ,. end, from ignorance, not : the capitulation, and furnish a minute just grossly, to'deny the.same, to manifestly Florida, and ua-X
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tions which powerfully! ,recommend _. FOREIGN.From it with due reverence,I. account of the victory. 4 sbouldVanti.Dr in fidelity" those t
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it to,the attention. ,the'ge- 1 _1J-- the-Baltimore--- -.. mtan.J pulled from his seat, and so God preserve your Excellency hare.the honor to represent, not to urge,
neral Government. This results Band Oriental-.-.lm/ior/anf." as to cause his death. The many years. JUAN ARENAS. with my limited powers, that which l hs4

from its immediate connection : By the hip Seine, at New paper "Which gives the detail of Captain Com'dt. of the Department been I have given pressed to others.the'business of our- Teiw

with New Orleans and its con from Montevideo, the editors outrage, adds, that. similar of the Colocy. ritory, as much as I could, consi.tentit
tiguity with most of the States on the Commercial Advertiser recur so often as to demand To the Most Excellent the with the rules of the house and the pro.

the Mississippi riter. In cases of' 'received Buenos Ayres papers and peremtory coxrcction.TheBuenos Governor and Captain General priety ofpruceeding,and trust we shall
emergency and invasion, should it the 5th November 'inclusive. Ayrei papers give i of the' Province, Don Juan Antonio get ail that we have a right to expect.'?

become necessary to call the aid will be seen that the Chili, which con Lavallrjo. WASHINGTON, Dec. 14, 1825.

of the mIlitia f01"i'be protection of troop*,sent"16 quell the insurrection the statement of a very rich SIR-A resolution which I had
of silver bating been discov From ,a correspondent at Havana the honor to submit to Congress a
this place they can be readily obtained in the B&nda Oriental, .
from Louisiana, Mississippi met with a.signal defeat. It .I rear Coquimbo, which is' we have received the following few days since, upon the subject of
Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama impossible for the advocates to exceed in richness the fa letter l dated on the 8th instant : granting donation and pre-emp

j ; owing to an advantage supporters royalty in any Veins at Potosi and Quana- "An event has taken place which Lions to certain actual sealers lathe
must be interesting to .all those Territory of Florida, hating
from communication
a they of the Southern continent to sustAin
may be conveyed to Pensacola in a themselves under any circumstances hato.Translated the Com. Advtrtutr.UaiTiDJ who desire the independence of been referred to the committee|o a
m short and : PROVIJCKS or Hio D* UL PLATA.B.WDA Mexico and South America. The public lands, I beg leave to stale
time comparatively, when theyvmeet the lovers
the ORIEA TAL. i Castle of San Juan de Ulloa has my views of the claims of the 'inhabitants
with small expense to general freedom in the field. LONG LIVE OUR COUNTRY I
Your memorialists of this action ca;>itulatrd. Out of 600 men who of that Territory, both
.government. consequences On Thursday last, the follow- -
.fi are induced to believe, that half been the entire evacuation of th particulars appeared incur pe composed the garrison 425 have upon the principle of established

of the expenditures of the late Eastern provinces the Brazilian prints,and found a place died of scurvy and tarvation. The usage and precedent, as well as

war were included in the item of forces, and the official our columns, owing to their rest who survived, arrived hereto. justice and equity. I tm aware
would be day in two Mexican vessels of, that there is a strong desire in
transportationmuch of that country with the and the impressions
aaved, on this score, were Pensa of Buenos Ayres. The are calculated to mttke war. The late governor of the the minds of many iudividuals
cola selected, naval station Castle came also, and although he and perhaps some of the public
as a Consul and Agent, in the feelings of every heart alive
not only in the transportation of of insults offered to his govern.mentduring its country'swelfare.. This glo defended the Castle to the last extremity functionaries, to make out of Flo
soldiery but also in provisions the Buenos he was received with rids the five millions of dollars,
: rejoicing at newt furnishes a convincing .
and munitions of war. This Ayres, at the successes of proofof the overwhelming power great coolness by the authoritiesof paid to our own citizens for Spanish

desirable object would be more Patriots, had demanded and received decision and beroim, when the island. The governor was spoliations, and which they never

: completely accomplished should his passports* and left into the field in support Coppingcr, late of Florida. So would hate recovered in any
dreadful the state of the Castle other than cession of the
ever a communication be opened country. the liberty of our beloved coun was way by a
between the Bay of Pensacola and The news of the preceeding hriliant and I when opposed to the des that they were obliged flrWu Territory to the United States, the
Mobile months previous to the capitulation sovereignty of which alone, to the
Mississippi and rivers. victory was received at Buenos mandates of a cruel tyrant.
- -- to eat rats for the maintain- Government, is worth more than
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Another
in the 20th Oct.
prominent advantage Ayres on just a word they furnish t whole
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lice of life, and it is ascertained five times the sum paid to American .
I favor of Pensacola, which gives it the inhabitants were crowding lesson to of
elevated claims OP the the Theatre and every oppressor that many sentinels died at their citizens for those spoliations
patronage as we may easily tha? ignominy and cer
-of the Government, is, that it isdistinguished I imagine, was received with downfall is the inevitable lot pests while under arms. But admitting that this should be
-, Bolivar in the .Orfl-'iV.. -By the the object of the General Govern
for the salubrity of enthusiasm and
greatest delight. all those who aspire to domin-
". arrival of the ship Julia at New- mentthe allowance to actual settlers
Its atmosphere and mildness of The Argos of iiueno ,Ayres over: the rights of freemen.
York from Pernambuco the editor in that Tei ritory, such as has

It climate ; it is a situation where that the division commanded VICTORY \KANDI. ,

:: ,...; her troops. may always calculate' Vanios Manuel, and over It is no; longer po&eiblc for the of the American Mercury, of been granted in other places, and
;.".' enjoying good health, and whereat the victory was obtained, had of Brazil to calculate Hartford, has received letters and established by usage almost im
1'-f1;. '' upon from that place to the 12th memorial, and sanctioned by uninterrupted
; is represented that lJ eadaituifsnd considered as he only troops he aggrandizement of hit empire, papers
:/o",'" ,J other provisions, continue aLmost which by reason of their extraordinary the enslavement of this ultimo; and also a proclamation precedents, would
as long in a perfect state of valor, and fine discipline The Orientalshave proi i issued by Gcheral Bolivar on entering make but an inconsiderable diminution

preservation as in most of the northern wore to be dreaded. Consequent to the world indubitable just the Brazilian Territory. in the Attainment of that
II IIY, :: an From which it would seem that object, whilst on. the other hand
-Y ,
ports of the United States. Iv theIr defeatVft.. < hailed as'awnof _... of the value -
------ -- ------- -- timOl1) high i at
the Liberator is determined todo by the, adoption of a different .
In addition to this, your memo- d that era which is about they estimate liberty. Two policy
I his work thoroughly and for ihipurpose a number of adventurous citizen
rialists will take the present occasion usher in the stability of the rising: thousand soldiers selected from ,
to remark, that a military l liberties of Buenos Ayres, and Brazilian cavalry commanded his arms are probably not *, who have encountered the
/ to be laid down until vestige dangeri of savage hostility, and
force stationed at Pensacola provinces. When the Col. 'a Manuel every
If would, ic time of war, give efficient rose, thr national hymn was shouted ly routed itos yesterday, were on of royalty has been routed from the privations and difficulties of a
the continent. "sctilemfnt, remote alike from society "
aid in the oefence of New- whole It '
by the c -
tps. produced coast Sarandi
by an equal and the
comforts
of life
f Orleans, as well as additional security a sublime and majestic effect -which I had the honor of con
[ to Louisiana: Mississippi, ; all the spectators arose ing. That division, ao jf l\1\ i D lb Bt tiding in the faun Government,

I and Alabama tor- / of freedom _. .. .. ......_. pledged by the principle established
in the
by preseni j' chorus and proud of its chief, were, doubtless, --- -- '--:: ;:- : ;; -==-=---:
mid ablr. barrier, by which inroads a dmist the reiterated Fiva, unawtrejof the bravery of the SATURDAY J 1MUAKV 21, 1826. -, by :nt. uniform system oC

'0 through Wet Florida would be of rejoicing\ were seen to ) which: they braved.-To meet ar- :: L Vtrite:*un*. 1 I I with legislation various on the same subject.
but unessential
modifications
Checked and This of
prevented. the checks This
assistance many. to was the of -
conquer act a GEORGE WALTOH
- ir-ij -\ecreur-y */ t.0- since the 1788.
could not, with any certainty and enchanting: scene lasted .;--The charge 'Was The rith., and iUiUAitix D. V\ RIAHT, Esq. ..h.tolllCy year
be obtained from Tampa the termination of the representa that f.r the U. Statet the Middle I do not ask for Florida, what
look for
Bay nd other position it is manoeuvre place on ,h.4. / _L17-..*., _..i-_u i.. tiu. Oc J...t1s& I.c:O.* 6'....na) S 0 .d.1 TCT-
no j
\ ; sides and U was unc of me
tion.The : ; from Tallahassee on Saturday last. The ritories similarly situated and I
J.
tF. Relieved, can be selected, south of Argos entreats the Emperor i oliittnate that ever took ,
""
'- former, we understand, is to jail this day do
not know of
11'I..I< Pcntacola, which promises the other of Brazil to consider the powerful place The enemy commenced in the U. S. Revenue Cutter Alabama for any reasons that
-> important advantages we effect which this bY, a heavy discharge of fire Key West; for the pUipose of collecting would justify a departure from acknowledged -
fcav describee ; in consequence of must necessarily produce i which was despised by our the revenue which has arisen from salesat precedent in this instance
1 distance v"'t I auction,at that place, under the law ; on the contrary, there arc
its remaining at a great the Brazilians. It calls upon \' troops, who with the sabre
from a dense population, and the to meditate upon the hand, carbine on the shoulder, concerning. Wreckers and wrecked property the most cogent reasons and powerful

i : difficulties transportation, it rise of a pacific people, who according to my orders, met, en considerations why the U. S.

( 1 Cdnrjot be so conveniently connec.d '- their tranquil occupations to and sworded the for, The County Court.-The next term of should extend rather han diminish
with the adjoining States, and up arms In defence of their I after completely dispersing the County Court of Escambia, will com- the liberal policy by which

:.\. :nut rely for defence almost entirely as freemen, and who, entered : (: pursued them two leagues, mence on the second ilonday of Febru they have. been governed.It .
.
\." upon regular troops, a much field determined to conquer "d obtained a complete and L "ry.Ve country will truat recollect that ,our that friend our in the issufferint will !be admitted that Floridais .

i, larger number of which wtll be necessarily die.-To behold the defeat prompt victory.: ; in many re pt'ctJ, for the County want the most exposed frontier oa
ij req'u,red. ; dispersion of his bravest Such was: the result of the action of some regulations, to make which it is the American coast ; that front
., The occupation of Pensacola choicest troops, by men who tha four hundred men laid necessary that a majority of the Justices her numerous bays, harbours and
.,ith the necessary fortifications, alone armed with valor and patriotism .- upon the field of battle, 470 should attend the Court at this term : and L rivers, and extended sea coast, sho

is calculated to afford a more ; but who are ininciblwhen oacle prisoner, together Ife would are to also be paid remind, whenever them,that they the ren-Jurors is the most liable to be attacked by

complete command over the commerce combatting for the d "r with 52 officers: without including der a verdict, before the delivery out to an enemy in time of war ; the individuals
of the Gulf of Mexico, than privileges of mankind ; and the wounded, whom we are still I I the Clerk. who now occupy those
which could be such noble efforts towards emanci .... lands whose
any other position I II I collecting on the field, and the I -- petition are on your
selected on the southern: coast ; pation, to learn the .- L dispersed, who are to be met with Donation anti Pre- ption Righti. It iswith table, are a bold, enterprising, adventurous .
'!Nithhis peculiar advantage, the wholesome lesson, that the L in all quarters. Over 2000 stand I much pleasure that we call the attention race of men, whose bodies -

United Stttes would exclude the has at length arrived, when h of arms, io pieces of artillery, a letter ot,ofour our Delegate readers,Joseph, to the M.very WhiteEsq. able would! be the most formidable -

from the only: port, in Florida in which have led him to ,, war end :all their horses fell into on PUblIc Land, in Congress, which we foe and the interior of your coun-
which they could anchor with sume a vile usurpation that lunds.. Our loss consisted I publish below, and for a copy of whichwe try, that could be interposed.-
aafety. owing to the violence of Brazilians will never brook. officer: killed, thirteen of th .Jjrne tender our thanks! to the author. Thecour.e They have exhausted the onjy
West India Your rest assured that the Orientals pursued by this gentleman, in of
ar
the gales. me- rank wounded, thirty soldiers bringing forward the means purchasing, IB the improvement -
morialists are of the opinion, that not his only enemies, neither measures, necessary of the
deceased,: and seventy with severe for thc benefit of the Territory, also ear country, meansthat
there is no other harbor, save that they limited to the United Province wounds The commanders, offi ly a period in the session, that there may migat have-been sufficient to

at Havana, in which they could who have a stationary and troops are meritedly entitled be time to mature them before an adjournment purchase the land in its unim-

ride with security during a storm. of 6000 rm-n drawn up on the baakof to the: fame of brave men. his must be highly satisfactory to proved stale, and which has derived
constituents
Bu the ben-fils arising from the .the: Uruznay, bur that the 'W The valliantand worthy BrigadierGen. troducing them has; and been the such manner as to of re in a value from their own la

election of Pensucola as a naval of the American republics are after a most resolute and determined flect the greatest credit on his judgment: bour, beyond the possibility of
station, are not entirely of a nega i Urmed at his lmperial :contest throughout the and talents. For example, by referenceto their entering into successful com
live character we should not oniy and determined to wrest it the proceedings of with
; entire action. attacked a flying Congress, published petition their more rich and ,
be enabled to exclude the hostile ms tyr.nnical and innovain aqutdron, which escaped the that last Mr week, our readers will perceive, powerful neighbors, who are desirous -

armaments of foreign nations, sway. That the epoch is ultimately blades of our swords. When the bringing forward Webster the of subject Massachusetts of a Canal, in r quartering their negroes

but our own vessels could be protected arrived when he Liaseithe earlier opportunity presents itself r, to unite the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf on the improvements of poor but .

from capture and disaster. to choose between war or peaceto I shall give you a detailed accountof of Mexico, .says"it was to the courtesy honest settlers, who have made
The harbor of Pensacola will alfyays continue his unavailing despotism this memorable encounter, Coral exercised" towards himself by that gentle their !locations, confiding in the
.. / be a place of secure retreat:. ,,p or submit to quiet abdication present, time will not allow me attributed man, (Col. White) that it WM to be course which has heretofore been

a station from which expeditions -and that should war be hi to enter into a circumstantial account fallen into that his the hands.subject" should have pursued. I trust it will not be too

may be fitted out without inter p option, the Brazilians will c: thereof. For all further information the strongest proof that-our H re Delegate we have i is great an intrusion on the time or

C ruption and from which the West to him, that the weapons of ; I refer you to the Ser desirous of serving his constituents substantially ;. attention
India commerce of an enemy ty have:jnever failed to crush thusof geant Major, bearer of these de. independent of personal cons i. to some of the laws which have
might receive the most successful I a despot The, Argos spatcheswho satisfy you as to derations! ; ana availing himself of the been passed in favor of other sec

ennoyance. Were New-Orleans I states, that the roue' of tire Imperialists all minute matters relating to this aplendid gentleman abilities from of the distinguished tions. of the countryjwhich will be
Massachusetts
mailed, Pensacola would bt competent was most complete,. of in sup: found to
signal victory. port so great an object, in which not justify the remarks I
to afford co-operaiion for hat their army retired to the frontiers God preserve you many years I, o/ily Florida but the whole Union are in have: previously made. "
its defence, both by land and wafer of Rio Grande. is the sincere*wish of your Excellency terested he has given ,the most incontes- It is known to you that the.

which could not fail to excite! Many details are given of L ? a friend and obedient servant tible his evidence that, in the pursuance of Spanish Monarchy the government
in: the enemy* the most fearful apprehensions tary movements between the / public dutiei, he is not animated by a oh'all its animated
desire of eclat provinces, -
,which he might have .
by our vigorous and I triots and Brazilians and a report gamed
; ( ; JUAN|ANTONIA LAVELLEJ by introducing the measur, himself. with a desire to strengthen and
.- well directed efforts, her commerce of the campaign against th Head Qurter at Durango Oct 13, 1825. We cannot refrain from so far trespass populate them, made gratuitous
would be cut off, her detachments Indians by the troops of the To the 1 Commissioner of the ing on the indulgence of Col. White, as grants upon condition of inhabitation
captured and in the end, public ; but they are not of Oriental Government of Buenos to publish the- following! paragraph: from and cultivation, and that
her surrender and retreat accom- dent moment to be given a Ayres. the private letter In which, he enclosed a .
_ tne J
copy of his letter to the same policy was adopted >y
1'he' security of this Committee on
1it&d.... length They impart, : SURRENDER OF THE ROUTED.
------ -- Public Lands. France and England irt regard tor
*.'glace, then. is believed by your the success of the republican MOST EXCELLENT SIR-I have '. 1 send herewith the copy of a hasty their Provinces. 1'he.Unitei.- '1'
snemorialists to be inseparably ces against their civilized and the honour of acquainting your letter,addressed to the Chairman of the States, desirous of not being less .'
-. 'connected with the prosperity and civilized opponents. We Excellency, that on the 13th inst. Land Committee, on the subject of the munificent to their citizens, have
I of New-Orleans and the with this just claims of the inhabitants of Florida
defence gratifying at 4 o'clock in the afternoon the ,
\'" .: to donation. andpreeinption pursued the same policy, in'grant ,
contiguous States we therefore, to be obliged to notice,aa enemy's division commanded rights.- ,
reward
by Much of the hostility to this class of ing to early settlers, as a
pray the attention of your excellency of the continuance of bigotry ft Don Antonio Jose Ollvera, con claims, In and out of the Territory, has arisen for their'enter prize, donation and .
: to the subjects upon which tolerance incompatible:with the listing of, twenty-seven soldiers, from ignorance of their nature, pre-emption rights.In Jj.
taken the to, istence of free and of the numerous laws
re have liberty re- a government. laid down' their arms and surrendered by which the conformity with this system, '"
- -- fjark ; and be assured,',,that ,thosetIo Englishman by the name of St by apitulation to the Lieutenant principle and,policy; have been establish- .
it be reference tothe
ed. observed
If the will by
: i system was impolitic in its .
;
different of son jnjt arrived in .the origin .
give a accgunt .
\ Adjutant DOB 1
] Santos Aguilife
: ; ,as many here wish nowto contend. ,! ,Land Laws: page'331, that SOY
-. _fJl1 T- et... 1J; ,,$$. p orut ifiw, and unacquaimtd with thq U.t .. I they ought I to have dbwYcwdwjd 1'0I.1 early at the: ycaj .1788, CongT i'It ?


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ntea to the setter* at &a.tt&: 16 tile trnltea Sttttfci ftndttisfurthei ii\l' 'I tedac1the fiirbot# ofPensuo* tiding.:oy Jaw that.. salet .eftatid,.fts ,art t4.o t'dtspeftfteo1.. '!r '.
Prairie du Rocher, Kaho. f provided, where the 1*, tii C1 have, in the direction east of that ; 'JI..
for ..
kia La the non-payment taxes, laid work litre proposed,is likel, t..... .i < <" t
Fort Chartrcs, fee. in the Territory lands of pre-emptioners conflict place, an inland communication,.through thereon of the ,Territorial of much S-z :
benefit
fcia, St. Rosa's Sound and the Choctawhitchie by authority as to- .one State a*.' -:1:Jf Jff.
now embraced in the Statesof with each other, that a division to th 5 Georgia line. Government} abail not,be another, as much to the Cast Ito */' -..

Indiana, Illinois and present shall be made to include the improvements It s belieyed,', y scientific and- intelligent made in'a\shorter period than one to the West. and aa much to remote .
Territory of Michigan, an absolute of each, and contiguous gentlemen who have visited the year after such taxes shall have become States aa to those near it.--
donation right of 400 acres lands to make up the quantity, place,that, as a military and naval station, payable'; that two years It is, therefore, a work strictly t

of land'to each family, and a par- shall be allowed the ts position ontinental and facilities shores are of the unrivalled Gulf. on If shall be allowed for redemption, within the province. of the, General tI

ticalar district i>f country was set In the country east of Pearl River mprbved as it ought be, it,will not only upon payment of a penalty not exceeding Government, as a Government to I II
apart, oat of which the claims of in the present State of Alabama become a most important point of de fifty per centum 'on the amount legislate for the general interestsof I
the inhabitants of these villages the Legislation of Congresshas fence,against foreign attack but a most of the tax ; and that the the Union, and not'for the local
'should be latfsfitd. And again, been characterised by the same essential link in the chain which will Commissioner of the General interests of the States. I IfL

by a resolution of Congress of munificent policy and generous often1 indjthis: said Union, that the together power It which has been commands Land Office, or other proper offi tI t

39th August, 1788, each head of a indulgence, to thoserwho have the mouths of the Mississippi cerof the Government:: residingat From the JV atinnal Journal. I S
family at the post of St. Vincents been most prominent in extendingthe commands the Western States,and I it maybe the City of Washington, be authorised rz.m1a-"he Bostontriotin, speak fL
settlements and added with equal propriety, that thepower ing of the communication 'xJf-Mr. Whit*.
was allowed a donation of four improvements ; to receive such tax and fLI
to the of War, the' '
Secretary on subject
which holds Pensacola and
,
hundred acres of land. of the country, pre-emptions hav should command the mouths oTthe may Mississippi penalty from non-relident proprietors ;! of the Canal across the Florida!Peninsula I
I
And by an act of Congress of been granted there eight or ten : ,and thereby the Western States. and required to deposite'the i'remarks that it has been recently stated
3d March, 1791, four hundred years after the country was in the I need not enlarge on these obvious same in Bank to the credit of( that one Insurance Company in that city
acres was granted tp the inhabitants I occupation of The United States.In truths. The fortifications proposed,un- ,. the proper Territorial officer, and has sustained losses, on the F:orida coast,
Vincennes, and those who Arkansas, the inhabitants, connected with any other considerations, make to him quarterly returns ofj nearly canal.equal to the expenses x>f the proposed -
be deemed of immense benefit in I M
must] a
bad removed there from the northwestern whose possessions were covered National point of view but connetted I the sums thus deposited .J
Territory. 'by the late Indian treaty, although with-a Navy Vard and Naval j Depot at that On motion of Mr. Me Lane, the To l'ri"terel of our brethrenof
And by the same net a donation they had no claims but those of place, I take leave with proper deference Committee of Ways and Meanswas the Type with whom we exchange and
w ho have not received our Gazette for d
was made to the persons who occupied bare occupancy alone, Wtre allowed and respect,to say, they are ind JpelSa- discharged from the further few weeks past are requested to excuse

the lands, formerly in the a donation of any unappropri ble.I. consideration of the petition of us, as being short of paper, we could not
possession of the Punkeshaw Indians ated lands in that CUUUlr)'. have the honor to be, with obedient high Considerations W m.. H. Robertson, and it was referred print the usual number. A full supply" is

within the present bounda I have thus endeavoured lo pre of respect your aervan' on his motion, to the Pre.. now received' and we trust another deficit

ries of the State of Indiana. By sent some few of the instances in Jos. M. White. sident of the United States, who, will-not soon- occur.- ,

the same act one hundred acres all the new States and Teiritories Hon. Mr. Hamilton, .. and not this House had, in the opinion -

vas given to rvery individual en- In which the government have, invariably Chairman of the Committeeon j of the Com. cognizance of ;W1Elf lBV

Tolled in the Militia of Vincennesor granted to the first settlers 'Military_Affairs. the case pn this case, the petitioner

in Illinois, who had not obtain the rights and privileges intended had imported Slaves from Tort .of: i'euaacola_. -- ..,
ed other donation.By to be embraced in the re: Election.-It is said that Sunru. PATtinojf Havana into the Port 'Of Pensacoia I --.r ;=:=: -
any solution i refer and if Esq. has been elected an Alder under advice of the Collectorof ENTERED.Jan. .
an act of 23d April, 1812, a to which ,
man of this City, in place of his Honor .14.--Schr. Charles Hayes, Raw.
donation was made to the French heretofore for thirty years, the the Mayor resigned, by the unanimous (we believe) that port, that the lings, Havana, Consignee of Cargo Stone,
aeitlers on the river Detroit, adja- United States have deemed the vote of thirty.four citizens. We have nut importation was not illegal. He and Sis'betaml the Master.
cent to their grants, not exceeding Pioneers of new settlements wore heard that an election for Mayor has yet was prosecuted, however, and 'convicted : Schr Elizabeth Forsyth Ncw-Orltan,
forty in depth. thy of their parental care and patronage taken place in thr Board of Aldermen, of a violation of the law ; Contignee'f Cargo N. H. Allen, J. Pes.
arpens nor do we know who are the candidates.Illfgal and the Master.
By an art of 3d March, 1803, a Assuredly the inhabitants and his petition prays relief from cay 16.-Schr. Thorn, Day, New-Orleaha,

donation of six hundred and forty of Florida have an undoubted claimto Voting.-A person hal been a penaltywluich_ he say... as been "Conrignee o/"Cargo J.Pcscay, Stone and
acres of land was granted to-every an extension of the same favor ; tried and Convicted in the Mayor court incurred in consequence ot erroneous Nisbet,W. H. Hunt and J. C. and C. C.
person of the age, of 21 years and they have left the old Sites and Philadelphia\ of having voted twice: at advice of an officer of the Untied Keyser. '
their this with the late election and adjudged States. Schr. Bachelor, Ph,New-Orleans, C4,..
the head of a famlyin Mississippi cut way to country, general ; vas ]
to pay a fine of fifty dollars to go to the Master.
the of that nward
who inhabited and expectation
Territory, .
suffer for Sloop EDdll.yoiCranet Mobile (? *
lIix months
cultivated a tract of land prior to which is the solace of lii our in its and to an pay imprisonment the cost of prosecution. I Savannah Dec. 20.-Mr. !beWitt rigneu S. Bill, N. H. Allen, and -1. _

the final evacuation\ of the Spanish i toils, ind formed their settlements -. .. i Clinton Jun. Civil Engineer, TwitchelJ. .

troops from that district of coun- in the vicinity of Creeks and Seminoles The Bank -We understand that the I who has undertaken the shrvey of ARRIVED, S

try. (Land LatOf,Jiagc 254.) who were not,at the time Hon Judge Woodward has deckled that the route of Jenckes intended canal Jan. 14Schr. Angelina, Wilson. 8&Mark's.

By another act to be found in of the first settlements, on the the act of the Legislative Couaol, incorporating -I from this city or its neighbor- CLEARED ...
the collection of the Land Laws of most pacific terms ; they have cut :, three Banks in tnis Ten-it ory, I hood, to the Alataraaha River, arrived ,
Jan. 14.:;; Schr. Wilsontietr
the Angelina,
was 'not passed by requisite majority, .
the U. S. ( : 262 ) the Receiverand down the forests, made roads, yesterday in the ship Savanna -
page to become a law in opposition t> the veto Orleans with 3 bales of dry goods by
Register of the Land Districteast bridges and farms, which -ha Vt" of His Excellency the Governor. ; from New-York. Mr. C. is the Master. t

of Pearl River, were requiredto greatly increased the contiguous prepared to commence his duties 16.-Schr. Charles Hayes, Bawling,

grant donations to all settlers public lands in value, and unless A'
prior to 30th March, 1798, in lieu their reasonable request is granted the greatest attraction we ,observed, by ing the arrival of Mr. Jenckes, before 70 Scll bales!'. thorn cotton,by Day Stone, New-Orleans and Nisbet., *itb
received last moil that the
of which had been an enterprising class of citizens tne papers by beginning the survey.
18.
pre-emptions inhabitants of our native place have, in a -Sloop Endeavor,Crane, St.Mark's
previously granted. The same will be turned out of their manner worthy of their long established Georgian. and Appahchicola.
munificent indulgence was grantedin houses, and the lands fall intu the character, aet their veto upon the encouragement .. Schr. Elizabeth", Forsyth, New-Orletnj,
favor of the inhabitants of New hands of land jobbers and specu- of vice, by indignantly expelling H ashing ton Dec. SO Cargo 15000 bricks, 24 hides, 10 bales .
lators the liotton Madrid and Shane Anthony, and without much augmentation from ge yesterday luter.Walehouse.
subsequently extended to Louisiana of the public money in the Trea attempting,* that profligate appear actor, in-the, Jfout.character;, On his ot the nomination of John Williams .pLt -' '. .

; and is believed to have been sury.I Hichard tie 3d, on the 20th of December, of Tennessee, as Charge des at St. MarkedfilHE
uniform and, uninterrupted from need not suggest to the Com he wiis prevented by the people from being Affaires of the United Stales, to subscriber has lately erected near
the first Act of Congress, lo which mittee the importance of a dense Heard, and the insult offered to the the Republic of Central America. JL the landing at St.Marks, a commodious
:I hive referred 1788, to the present ana: efficient populaiivn on' our Public, by the Managers, in bringing him Also, the nomination of George and secure WAREHOUSE, where
forward, was punished b, a considerable he is prepared to receive goods, eithel
borders resulting ,
time. the consequences Crughif.n,(late of tne Army) to be .
injury done to the interior tke Theatre : on Storage or Commission.
The laws in regard to preemptions from their absence are too obvious in the course of the evening. We copy I Inspector General of the Army, W Wright.
m
in favor of actual settlers, to escape the notice and consideration the tbllowing paragapb iron the New in toe place of Colonel S. B. Ar- ,
St Marks
Dec.20th 1825.47tLitite.
,
of the committee. Yorkj Spectator, m order to record the Int. ,
have been equally uniform, pursuing cher, deceaset-Xat.! -S
always the same liberal and I have only in conclusion to remark answer, ot the Major, Mr. Quiver, to the : -
of which cannot
Managers
we
benificent policy : 1 beg leave to that the government are desirous grea approbation than to say, express that we Both Homes oi' Congress adjourned QTpHE copartnership heretofore exist
refer to them. in a short time, to bring conquer it worthy of that excellent man, over, yesterday, 10 Tues- 41 ing between Win. Wright& Charle*

Bv. the act of 26th April. 1806-, those lands into market, and that aud valuable magistrate. Jay next. In the interval, an solved.Pindar is this day by mutual consent dia

the Register and Receiver of the me sooner it mav. olease. the com It appears' that there Was a regular effort is to be made to improve Tallahassee, bee. 20th, 1825.--47-3t.
District Cincinnati wt-re requi- mittee to make, report, the better ((11-"I1.fi\lt to drive off Keau the adaptation of the Hall oi the Sea-Island-'Cotton-Heed.:-
for both the claimants and the and |then the for
red to grant certificates of preemption punish Manager House RfpresenutiveB 10 the
to the settlers in that United States. inauhing the Bostonians, by giving purpose of legislation, by erectIng 41fTsFBushels\ J $ 1 per of bushel a go, deliverable quality,at atU'U"U

District, who'were not embracedin 1 am with high considerationsof him) an rnlag me'h The theatre a woo<1en partition in the reai. St. Rosa sound, can he procured by application :

the act for the disposal of landsin reapec;, your obedient servant. surrounded from 10 o'clock of the Colonade which U so greai to the subscriber. I

Indiana Territory, in which the Jos. M. White. !on: the morning Wednesday, laud] an ornament te the Hull Geo. W.Barkley.Pehsafcola .

same nghtn' had been conferredB .- Hon. John Scott, the noise from that time was like In the 8en4le'j we learn; ihfc homiiituion ,Jan... 6, 1826-4S"3t." .

an act of Congress passed in Chairman of the Committee the din and tumult at a 'fire in ot Commissioners, to at. Lost sometime( in June last

1808, every person being the head on public lands. the course of the day, the 'Manager tend the Congress of Panama, ,

*of%a family, u ho did not on the applied to theta)or to, in- nave not yet been acted upon. a Note ol \land,

26ih March 1804, and who cloth Since the preceding wu in type, we lerferr, should there be any dismibance. ,! Idem 3U Dec. ?|OR the sum of two hundred dollars,
at ihe time of the""passage of this have received the following copy of a But he replied, THAT; signed and by William Loftin and Geo
Cumming, payable to William B.
act inhabit and cultivate a tract letter from our Delegate, to the Chairmanof IF THEY ADMITTED A IIRK BRAND, \ Wills dated about
the Committee Affairs 'S From the Bost9n Advtrtiter. ; the sixth seventh of
of land in the Territory of Michi- which we without on Military remark. ; THEY MUST qUXNtiH THE FLAMES AB Florida Canal.-Ii will be aeen July 1824. All persons are hereby fore.
present
gan, not claimed by French or ""VVAIHIXGT05 Dec. 24th. 162$.*' 'I'HET COULD" 1 ne iuniult conunuijil from the journal of proceeding:*: warned from trading for said notefor it ithe

Spanish grant" shall be entitledto "SIR-1 take the liberty to enclose, for through the night, nd ihe iu Congress' that \lr. Webster property of the subscriber *
the consideration of the Committee Oid South bell several N. H. Mitchell.
a preference in purchasing from on was rung has brought forward a proposition
of Military Allaire, a document, which in times as an alarm bell. Great DC.C. 29th 182546..3tN
the United States, such tract for a survey of the Peninsula of .
lana, not exceeding one section," connection of War,with made the in report obedience of the a Secretary resolution delight and satisfaction prevailsas Florida, with a view bt ascertaining E W-YORK MlIUiOR,
.
at the Government: price. The wbicli 1 had the honor to submit a tu j the result. the practicability of uniting A3TDLadies'
same pri'ilegeVas extended by few days since in the Home of Representatives the Gull of Mexico with the At Literary Gazette.

the act of 1813, in favor of Illinois will probably furnish tome local t QNGl\E 810NaL. lantic Ocean, by' a ship canal a- ]).. Uotclikiss
formation that be useful in the enquiry -, ,
'rtrritory, ;and all the settlers who may ..b. cross the northern\pan of the peninsula.
proposed, for the construction (f .Ab. 4. Canal Street, JV. Orleans,
were accidentally located on those Joriiticallous, at the entrance of FensacolaDay .Nineteenth Congress, We wereMnfornied, t before TT>HING Agent for the above publics
lands reserved (for bchools, were for the protection of the NaY) Yard FIRST Mr. Webster left' ..home,- that 4.U tion will receive subscriber at g 4
entitled to the same quantity lo IK lately located at that place' In addition SEBS1.0N. he proposed moving an'inquiry as per annum, payable inadvance; Nos. 1
laid off in other lands to this, it would aflord me much pleasure IN THE SENATE to 14, are just received. The above is ar
vacant ana ; to this measure, ihinking>.. bat, it
lo present some maps and sucii explanations weekly publication, printed in the royal
this ngnt was again given to tht'.cttlen as an intimate knowledge of the I 'iuetday Dei."h. on examination, it &hould\prove quarto form. on fine paper, with a bur"
In the District of Kaskas- country acquired by several year's residence On motian of Mr. Johnston of to be practicable, it would be of gcois type, and in neatness and beauty of C

: would enable me to furnish, If .Lou H wan great importance to the commercial ; workmanship, is surpassed by no period
ku.By Teference to a law to be deemed important,in the investigation of Reolvtd, That the :oro. on & intercourse of the country., cat J publication in America.
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found in the collection of Land that subject. the Judiciary be instructed. in- There appeared to us to be giva;.
Laws of The time will shortly arrive, when some quirr into the Law of the Territorial
page 254, the right preemption force in the reasons suggested by 1826.
of the and
was given to the inhabitants -I portion of the Mississippi great! ,increasing will past commerce thro jorcrnment of Florida rela- him in: f ?or of the measure, reasons

of Mississippi Territory, in some of the numerous channels, which ting to wrecks, and the proprietyof which could hardly fail to
addition to the liberal donations' haye been projected, from that nver to disapproving the same. lead to a thorough examination ot
previously given. By subsequent the lakes and, by an interior passage, along llquse of Representatives* the practicability of the measure. J ust Received and for Sale .

f.cts of 19th January, and 31st the coast, to find, m some healthy M!. Scott from the Com. on the Since that time, letter from Mr. ATTHJ
Port, a market at all seasons of the year. .
March, 1808, the benefit of this Every day developes more and more,the PubIc, Landi, reported a bill giving White, the Delegate from Florida Pens&colaLouisiana hook Store, ,.

law was extended to actual settlers importance of the protection of Uuu coast. .he right of pre-emption in has been published, recommending S mllm >>

lip to 1807, being ten years after The j Government sensible of this,have the purchase of lands to certain a: similar measure, in
Hissiasippi Territory was evacuated long since projected a chain of defence settlers! in the Territory of Florida which he strongly urges its prac- ,&Mississippi -

by the Spanish troops. It is along tern PensacoU our Dorder,occupies and in that a general prominent ijs- ; which was twice read and ticability and utility.It ALMANAC FOR 1826.

further provided in various laws, place. com nitted. wiU be perceived that the Price-per" groeev J> 10 .
dozen 1
that a pre-emptioner losing his In carrying that system into' practical I lledrfetd&y Dei 28. proposed improvement.. of an If single,one, 'm

land by adverse claim, shall either operation, however, they have aa yet son- Tlie Speaker laid before the entirely different character from 4 W. Hasell Hoit .
be entitled to the same quantity fined the appropriation and public works
to Mobile Point,the necessity and Hou ie a communication from the all other Canals which have b'een fcto1t.. er 7tla. 1825.. ., .
importance -
elsewhere
have his .
or money refunded 1
of which 1 do not:wish to diminish; Tree n.epartment,'containing recommended the: attention of -
and the time for making but 1 humbly conceive,that, without for a Report from the Receiver and the General Government. It would JUT RECEIVED, a
the payment was postponed from titications at the entran e of PensacoU Register of the Land District of be of national,' and-not merely of FOR SALK AT' TBS -

y ear to year with the most: pater- Bay the works at that, place will be of West Florida, called for a few ,local,utility. All the other projects ervsacoto; Boolk. StoefAX ,
limited which must ,
Dai: indulgence. comparatively utility f the House which which Have been" named ;; '
days by are
ADDITIONAL"
be apparent, when I inform you that there ago ; L ASSORTMENT 9V S .
Pre-emptions were granted adjoining isH natural 1 water communication, with* was referred to the Com. on the strictly local,.limited. in:"their advantages Blank Books, ,

French and Spanish grants, the exception of only :five miJes and an 'PublOn c La ds. to a single ,State. .or ;to Cards *. :
in Orleans Territory, and subsequently half.betWeen those Bays;and an enemy, motion of Mr.' Tomllnion, two or three_ contiguous States. Playing ,,: .

in the State of Louisiana, having once,obtained.possession Pensa- of C nn. it,was S possisVing! 'ali.tbe. power ,for car :Letter Paper, :
aud Territory of Missouri by, an I cola works, could,*bd- to passto, the' interior Mobile,of' above Alabama the. EctQlvedt; ; That the Com..on the rying thenriato.execution i.nd capable i Penknives, '&e. &c,. .
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act ofiuU more than ten I ,Territories.- be ifittrolted in. of the 'forIbelr Haselli ,.
; years without the slightest prospect of an aoaovanee ; to raising means. W. U.
after the auretoder of tbe,country from that>tIe.tea.. '. .' .. a5
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_i..: .).t \\i\\D. ; .' Floisandtewjug Patent a 'ruin's thread cotton,assorted-do. i Ptnsacola, Book Stork.TTUST : lCiekst Wathmtkr. I SHERIFF'S: g ALi:

CEIVED pet Brig Amos Palmar Blue It&1it.n'sewing silk, --- .. THE SUBSCRIBER County Court, Escambia County! ;
from New York, and Harriet from Plain anil lined parasols, John.Lee Williams"
received per Brig St. Clair, direct )
fixed his residence in this
." Senshavr" and" sarcenet umbrellas, J from New-York, and for sale as HAVING has now hand and will': adm'r of J.H.Chaplin I
Thirty et>Al Cases and Bale Dry Gotdt, Letter, cap and.wrapping paper, above,an additional assortment of Books, for sale on deceased yfi. fa.
tidtedto the season, comprising, Bonnet boards, spelling books, among which are the following keep constantly I 'Vir.Wil1iam.

Super Cambric Prints, Inkpewder, quills and pencils, i NEW WORKS. A HAKDSOXX ASSORTXS9T 0? King, J
Common do. do. Men's Beaver and castor hats, virtue, of this executi and the
Rot$elan, a Romance of the English Histories amvm m BY
French Callicoes, do. Roram and Wool do.f proceedings had in this cause,I have
Cambricks, Jackonet, Lawn, I Boy's morocco and wool do.Women's I taken. the right of the defendant to the
AND
Stanhope's) Letters on Greece, in 1823
I Bpmbacette assorted colours, straw bonnet's and do.Men's ,
,
, fine and calf boots and 1824, with Documents on the Greek WATCH TRIMMINGS
, robes morocco ,
worked ;
Hosiery, elegant ,
,
\ do. nailed and Monroe do. Revolution, and the life of Mustapha 1JISE &..LOTcorner. :
JACC ball dresses
I ,
will attend ;
and
, Aji, strictly to any work in his,
Brown&:bleached shirting&sheeting do. fine calf shoes and pumps, line of business, which be entrusted
Superfine do. do. do. thick brogans and shoes, Buchanan's Sketches of the North American to him. may i .ot falafox and Intcndencia: Streets,
l- Plaids and furniture Women's morocco boots and shoes, Indians, with a plan for their melioration formerly Francis
,.'. .' Stripes, Indigo Clocks and Watches of all kinds rep:1ir1ed occupied by Pasquierfc.
'.. checks shirting, ticking !te. ,&C. do. do. heeled slips and ties, at short notice. I now in the possession of Noah H. Allen,
II
b 12 boxes boots &shoes,fine & coarse, do. black Valencia heeled ties, The doric, a Tale, and other Poems by His shop is on Palafox Street, a few I: and shall proceed on Tuesday the 4th
>'' 2 trunks Ladies' silk, Mohair, and ?Io- do colored silk do. do. and sprigs, Thomas Campbell, doors above Mr. Patterson's" shop, Oft the : day of April next, at 12 o'clock, at the
roccosboes, Children's morocco boots and shoes, TheCook's| Oracle, containing Receipt same side. Court House, to sell at Public Auction for -
Jti'l 5 crates& 5 hhds. crockery, china and do. leather do. do. fof Plain Cookery, &c. &c. &c.Biography cash, the right of this ,defendant to the
ti'lI" glass ware, Coarse negro shoes in cases, of the British Stage, being the A. Knapp. aforesaid Lot, to satisfy this writ ,and allcost
4 cat es 2 trunks assorted Saddlery, Fine and low priced saddles, Lives of the principal Actors and Ac. Pensacola, 1st Dec. 1825-40-tf. thereon

. : 10 cases super,fine, com'n & wool hats, Eve and plush side do. t-esses, due.Wm.
Dayison
"! 2 trunks fine cutlery, Collars and wagon whips, The '[history of Matthew aid, by the :lai\ ,

.!i.-,.-. 2 cases 2 trunks ready made clothing,, Saddlebags and martingales, author of Valerius &c. Avirangement.Claiborne Sh'JfM. County.
",."'.".!>.e.-, 5 pipes old Cog. Brandy, Curb and snaffle bridles, some vary superior Halam's' View! of Europe, ,during the, Mail. Sheriff's Office, .

1 pipe one A pipe old Madeira wine, lid le Ages, TrcvE on Thursday at" 3 P. M.' Pensacola, Dec. 5, 1825411amts.
Tortoise tucking and side combs, Th panish Daughter, ,
. 100 sacks ground salt. ; Closes on Friday at 10 A. M. --
do. do. do. Th; ('Human Heart,
4 tons iron, assorted sizes, Mock Tallahassee Sheriff's Sale.
"k, 4 bundles steel, 1 Stamped and ivory pocket do. The Highlanders, a Tale, Mail.
ttl'.. 3 casks hoes, I Fine and sup. ivory and dressing do. Retries in Kurope,Scenes America, Due on Sunday at 3 P. M. I Superior Court, West Florida."
: 13 qr. chests fresh tea, assorted, Horn and bone suspender buttons, Tht Blank Book of a small Colleger, Closes on Sunday 6 P. M. I

r'if' :"".,, 2 boxers mustard, Button moulds, pearl do.' LingPlays, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, btb, 9th Robert Mitchell.Post : J.lln J James Inner rity, )
$ ;" 1 box Cayenne pepper, Gilt coat and vest do. and 10th volumes, vs. .fi. fa.

5 hhds, Orleans sugar, new crop, Fine and sup. needles and pins, TOGETHER WITH Pensacola, Dec. 31st 1825-St."Master. Millan. de la Carrera 3
t \20 bbls. fresh flour, Iron and steel knitting do. Paley's Works complete, in vols.. l>Y viitue cf this execution and the
" 20 coffee. Silver and Tailor's Thimbles, Letters: .D proceedings bad in this suit, 1 haveLiken'
,c,,:".. bags Hsu an a green Rollins Ancient History, 8 vote.Plutaich's List of
. and common scissors, the right ot this defendant to the
Fancy Lives
,. t ALSO IN STORE, : 8 vols.
;-\-1!\,'J1 1l 70 ps. Kentucky bagging, Fine and sup, pen and pocket knives, Josep'ius's Works, 6 vols. REMAINING In the Post Of-

45 ps. Scotch do. do do dirk and jack do Hamilton' on Pnrgativesj on the 31 si t. \lO\JS & LOT,
J2 ps.Tow do. do do, razors in cases, Armstrong on Typhus Fever, uuy of December, 1825, which, if !

f1 70 coils bale rope, Pomeroy's razor straps and paste, Miner and Tully; on Fevers, not taken out within three months, ['
250 pounds bailing twine, Fine do. hones, mrbles, Orfila Practical Chemistry, by Coxe, will be forwarded to the General 01 ft w,, xi situated No. 296, on Government -
LI 2 tons assorted castings Table knives and forks assorted, Powelon ( Contracts Street in this City, and shall proceed
rl Common and steel spectacles in cases, Post Office as dead letters. on Tuesday the
15 boxes old ciurct,| Morse's, New Gazetteer, I 4th of April next
J 4 boxes old port, Shavingboxes and brushes, Walker's Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket, I A.-Capt. J. Anderson, J. Ap- at 12 o'clock, at the Court House, to sel '

;11", .30. bbls. whiskey, Transparent and fancy shaving soap, Milton's Works, 2 vols. gilt, :, pleby, Augustus A. Adee 3, Deli the same at PUBLIC AUCTION forcash ,
! 10 Wood's patent ploughs!, Paste blacking and brushes Thompson's Seasons, f vol. gilt, lah Allen. to satisfy and pay-the sum of three
20 kegs ground paints, assorted colours, Shoe, knives, pincers, and hammers, Ccautijs i of Shakespeare, do. B.-Geo. M. Brooke 2 Francis hundred and three dollars 19 cents for
do tacks awl blades and hafts ,
debt
and
all
,
75 kegs tar amp, ll's Poems, do.Herve'S costs then due on this writ.
Sides- soal leather,; Snuffboxes glass beads, Meditations, do. \V Brady, William Blunt 2, John W. Davison

a Sides upper do.Calves' Tea trays, table mats, hooks and eyes, Pilgrms' Progress, do. J. Barry, Aaron B. Bishop Henry ,
Skins, Curtain rings Ilrittania table and teaspoons Pope's Works, 2 vols* do. M. Brackenridge, Benjamin S. Sh'ffEa. County.&Ilzenra .

8 bbls loaf and lump sugar, Tutania ,do. do. do. Lights & Shadows of Scottish Life, do.. Butterworth, Sears Bryan, David Pensacola: Dec Qffice 1st,, 182540lamts.1iiff's. .

., 25 20 baskets boxes assorted sweet oil window, glass Tinned iron table do. ALSO, Bleakky, Wm. M... Boyce, Mary ...

45 kegs cut nails, Fish hooks and lines,''tooth brushes, The Sorrows of of Werter, Vocal Standard,I Burke. Sale.
Life
qr. casks Madeira, Tenerifle and Ma Bonnet wire, stock, pad &, trunk locks, Franklin, Paul and Virginia, C.-Isaac Clark 2, Sextus Camp,
William Tell Superior Court Wcat Florida.
Gulliver's
Travels ,
Patent and brass &c. &c.
liquor cocks
_
laga wine, for sale by Thomas H. Chamberlain
Captain T ho,.
WIIICH Comym, Ex'r. .
of \
Whip, cross-cut, hand and mill saw
, Stone & Nisbet. files, together with the stock heretofore on Cornell 2, Daniel Colquhoun Edward Tho,. Comynt deceased, I -

December 10th, 1825. Dra\'in knives, screw augers, hand, Icoirposes a very extensive and general Campbell, Collector of the vs. J fl, fa

.. Socket cliissels handsaws, 'assortment. of books, and will be Customs Key West, John S. Cummings Francisco, Jllaximiliano
\\\'e'W Establishment. Ptent and common curry comes, sold at the New-York prices for cash.- J. N. Coxe, Sidney Smith de St. Maxent. -
Country Merchants and S"D>Y viitue of this execution I have tatLE
Coffee mills, frying pans, gun locks, public or private Coleman.D. -
. THE SUBSCRIBER Gun and rifle flints, plough lines, Libraries furnished\ on the most liberal; ken the right, title and interest of
Sad irons, weeding hoes, trace chains, terms:and such books as are ordered and I .-Wade H. Dubose, Isaac C. this defendant, to all the remainder of the
'J HAS just from received, per Mary and Washing is Cotton cards, wire sieves, are not on hand, will be procured with as Days, Alexander Douglass, Wm.
Philadelphia, now
4 opening and well selected Iron weights setts, tin scales &, mea little delay as possible. Orders from a J. Dexter, James Dean. oS Unsold Land ,
a general as-
distance will be ,
iortment of sures in settsTin as promptly attended to E.-Alfred. Elwees 2. :
and ineet with the
scoops and funnels assorted, same liberality as a F. Doctor C. A. 2 .
l ; Common and rivctted tin cups. personal I application. FinJejr contained in the "Ca a Blanca tract of

tuited to the present and ensuing seasons.: Coffee pots, sauce pans, pudding pans, W. Hasell Hunt. Thomas Fleming, Benjamin Fos- $} Jl[ 1PIm S
consisting Wash basins, blue printed,painted and April 12th,1825. cur, Adam H. Freeman, J. W. Fi-

Fine and superfine blue, black and drab cream colored plates, I! veash. adjoining to this City on the West,and
cloths. do do do do twifflerg, f i G.- .Madame Graupera, Jas. bounded on the south by Pensacola Bay,
do. do. do. and mixed cassimeres.Sup. ., do do do do dishes ass'td, FOR SALE. D t, CJrcciiam, Casper P. Gideon, and shall proceed on Tuesday the 4th of

and low priced sattinetts, do do do do teas; THE folbwing very valuable property,, Madame Gilbertln. Jose Gaines. April next, it 12 oclock, at the CourtHouse
Tartan and Caroline plaids, do do do do chambers, in the City of Pensacola) to sell at PUBLIC AUCTION.
}len". ready made plaid coaks, do do do do ewer & basins, and immediate vicinity, belonging to H.-Pleasant M. Hull, Doctor for cash, the defendant's right to so much

0,. Green baise and flannels, do do do do pitchers, Col. J r,..... White, yellow and red do. 'do do do dobowla, for terms, apply to the subscriber, who is ry G. Hottsanuez. the sum of two hu drett and twelve dollars -

>,...., Plain and figured black bombazetts, Upright and heavy \ pint tumblers, his duly constituted agent and attorney J.-Charles J. Jenkins Dempsey 75 cents debt, and all cost then duo
'. figured blue and pearl do. ALSO mfactJ; Jones, James Jenkins. upon-this writ.

f'-. .Denmark satin, bangup cord, Cogniac brandy, Holland gin, : 1 House, & llot, K.-Robert Kennon 2 Henry W. ,Davison,
P
,
_
t. Madeira Teneriffe and Lisbon wine
Bose and point blankets, I :
J< -Twilled negro cloths rugs, Imperial and young hyson teas, I jIm at present occupied by the Kochler 2.Catherine Office Sh'JfEs., County.SherfJFs .

Real and imitation cashmere shawls Loaf sugar, Jamaica coffee, I sUJscl'iber, a most pleasant I*.- B. Lol'tin J. Pensacola, Dec. 1st, 1825-40 lamts.
"
[ Drab and colored Waterloo Shawls, Pepper,pimento and mustard, and desirable residence. If not soon sold I, Weritworth Larkin, H. O. Lee, -,----- .
'White do. do. points, I Shot assorted, bar lead, will bqto rentby the year.to approved Azemore Lacour.
Imitation merino do. Gunpowder in kegs and canisters, tenant together with some furniture. I M.-Jd.oes M. McIntosh Chas S'"fa'"fIONA\t .
do. and colored Cotton shawls, Cut nails assorted, copperas, A L Valencia and toiline't vestings, Sperm. candles, yellow soap, segars, Reddiiig Street, at the upper end of O. Morris, George A. McCall, ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT THE

Swansdown and Matseilles do. German pipes, chewing tobacco, snuff, the public square. Edwin Ward Moore, James Mat Pensacola Bookstore,

English and imit ttion black silk do. Flouring bbls, crackers in kegs, 2,010, tokens of Land lett,,William H. lcCurdy, Benjamin Jin Assortment Stationary consisting off
Beady.made vests and shirts,, s Rye whiskey and gin in bbls. Maple, John McLane, Robert / \UELLS, superior quality,
Paddings and buckrams, Porter, ale and cider in boxes, more dr less, fronting St. Rosa Sound I, NJO e4 Letter, Folio and Cap paper,
McKennon Murdoch
McRae Elizabeth
Domestic |and 4-4 plaids and stripes, 8 by 10 and 10 by 12 window glass, and opposite to the City of Pensacola, Wafers, Sealing Wax, .

do. do. checks and tickings, Swedes C..n, German steel, near t? the improvements of Judge McRae. Peg, Cork, Glass and Pocket Inkstands,
do. denims and cottonades, Castings assorted, plough moulds Hrackqnridge ; situations like this are li.-Joseph D. Oliver. Red Ink Powder,

do. | brown and bl ached shirtings, Cotton baggingbale rope and twine. destined to become valuable a*residencesfor P.-Peter Pelham, John Page, Japanned Sand Boxes, Paint-Boxes
44 steam loom and' S. Islar.d do. All of which will be sold, wholesale or the summer, as well as for the cultivation William. Polk William Pink Red Tape, Indian Rubber,.
,
Domestic brown bleached sheetings, retail, at the lowest market prices, for 6f the Orange, &c. Lead and Slate Pencils, Crayons,
Ginghams and imitation searsuckera, cash, cotton, or approved paper. ney, Collector Key West, E. Philips Camel's Hair do. '
:Bordered gingham.robes assorted, 'Jo 1m Jerrisonjr. 800, Aliens of Land, Jacob! Pitman, A. B. Pink Pencil Cases,

Fancy and furniture prints, newest style ensacola, Oct. 1st, 1825. more or less, about three miles north of ham, D. C. Pmkham 2, David H. Indelible Ink, DrawingPaper fc-*

and patterns, Pensacola, and known by the name of. Porter 2.H.G.. Bonnet Boards,

Bear ducks, Osnaburgs,brown Holland, fruit and Ornamental Trees Symne sa,on which there is a comfortable C. Russell 2, Daniel LeRoy ALSO
I
Plattillasi dwelling and outhouses, and was occupied Clothes and Hair Brushes,
|., 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens assorted, in t9c.WiU [some time since by Col. Walton &; Co. 3, William Ross, JohnA. Common Scissors, Razors,

'Iole and half pieces, there is'an excellent stream of water running Russell 2, Col. Rivien, : Superior Windsor Soap and
Irifh and Russia diapers. \ % aig9PROPRIETOR through this tract of land, and it is Robert Russ, Charles S. Renshaw Common Watch Keys.

Lawns and linen cambricks, well timbered-there is not perhaps, I in 2, John Ray, Sarah Robertson, Robert ; W. Hasell Hunt.
pink and other colored do. OF THE this
vicinitj, a more eligible situation for
Cambric and jackonet muslins, Linoean Botanic Garden, a saw mill. Rae. .Pensacola 15th Oct.1825.

S*IBS and mull do. FLUSHING, LOA'G ISLAND, ALSO, S.-Abraham Smith, Henry D.) ,1 _

Plain and figured book do. fl \FFERS to the public, his very extensive Sundry articles of household furniture. Stone, James Stone, D. J. Shackle- Collects Office, District of PClZ8acola.l

Fattinetiscainbnck dimities, collection of the choicest : Robert Mitchell ford 3, Andrew P. Simpson, Henry November 24th, 1825. 3f
Figured ruffles and collaretts, fruits the selection of which has Notice is Given
been Hereby
Skinner William
Swiss points, insertion trimmings, I I Agent & Attorney in fact, Sebree 10, ,
with the
Bordered white and-colored cravats, made greatest care during more I for Col. John U. Fenwick. Nathan Shackleford 2, James W.7 TO Masters of Vessels trading to Pen-
than half century, and to which large recent Pensacola, 4th Jan. 1826.-45-If sacola, that the 17th section of the
SLrlrlss Handkerchiefs, a variety, Shine James F. Schenck
additions have been made. I Joseph Post Office Law,will be strictly enforced
Berkley do. and colored r
flags j The assortment ornamental A. Sausmillan, S. Snyder. from this

Gauze Uarege and and cashmere Merino, bd'kfs.do. !!:trees, flowering shrubs and United States Hotel, T,-Henry Trippe 2, FrancisA. date.Geo.. W. Barkley,
plants, is also very extensive. Thornton 4 Nobble
Black Laventine, do. ; Taylor. Collector
-Of/i.
; MOBILE.
Bandanna and do. Also,of Bulbous flowers, which W.-Thomas''
flag Wright 2 Jacob
Pensacola Nov.25th
1825 39 tf.
i includes 620 varieties of 380 of -
Tulips,
Fancy China do. dp. 14 c.1JHE undersigned respectfully i informs Williams, Green Wood Thomas ,
Hyacinths, besides a great variety of other -
White and colored satins
his frienas
and the
species. The house public, Witaian, Henry Washington Superior Court
Figured black gros de Naples, green departmenthas I that his house is ,
Black levantine, black cotton velvet, also been greatly extended,'and now ; for their accommodation.again opened Commodore Lewis Warrington 7, Of the Western District of Florida*

Black senshawB and sarcenetts, I comprises which are above the most 1800 species, among ::f'V.: His bar room dining room and John Waters, William C. Whittle John Innerarity &*
splendid and
do. and colored Mandarme I rare
Charles
crapes, kinds Sia&aAbed-chambers, having Wayne. James Innerarity
including 30 kinds of recently
do. do. orange,
Canton
do. do. Italian do. lemons and citrons, 28 of the camel undergone considerable repairs and improvements Y.Alexander K. Yancey, Lt. surviving partnersof
do. lia : ,he trusts they will be found John the firm of John Mar Tzj226o
J.
:reg- Women's black and white silk hose Japonica or Japan rose, 200 of gerani L Young 4.Robert.
comfortable and Forbes & Co.
45 of heaths and convenient. He has
urns.
and
bohea
green
.
do. do. and colored worsted do. Mitchell
been .
4 tea plants, olives, myrtles, cape jasmins, particularly careful to have good .vf.William .
do. and misses' white
cotton do.Misses' .
&c. &c. In the collection are about 10,000 beds,all,of which are now new and clean. Post.Master. B.Patton. '
Men'b worsted silk and and Vigonia do. 'half do.do. grape vines of the finest European kinds His bar'and table shall be as well supplied Dec. 31st, 1825-45-31. Notice is >Hereby Given,

L. do.black and white"silk do. de. for wine and the table, and above 500 va as the market will enable him. His a:suit between' the said parties
do. white cotton do. assorted, rieties of the most beautiful roses, includ be stables are large and convenient and will NOTICE.rT THAT 'day instituted, and a writ of
found
ing 54 kinds of Chinese monthly well stored and well served. is intention attachment issu against the of
Children's worsted boots, roses, One of his my immediately jfl3 ti.4 property
i Cotton nd silk suspenders.Men's and 9 of-the Moss rose. Also, 73 varieties the stable has a ground floor for I fed tute a suit, in the Superior Court of the Defendant.
of
; "I. and women's white silk gloves, of the double dahlia. The new cats use and active race horses. Having experienced the Western District _of Florida, to De John Lee Williams,
logues for 1825 are just servants, and being himself held
do. do. hoskin do. published, and at Pensacola the first
of
Monday
do. beaver and dogskin, do.Wrfmen's may be obtained gratii ot W. Hasell Hunt, devoted to his business, he hopes togive May next,on a certain n. Mortgage, bearing Pensacola Attorney pr.l*.
and contentment to such Dec. 7th,1825416t.
white and colored kid do. orders left with him, or forwarded him with their as may favor date 15th September 1821, given by :
Figured tuiUe and thread laces, per mail to the proprietor, will meet withprompt be accommodated company. Families may Charles Beeler to :Charles Ivy, for securinK
rI Cotton lace and fringes, attention, and be shipped to any private rooms. the payment of 684 dollars principal, NOTICE.LL .

White and blaek tape No. 25, port designated. W. Roberts. with the interest due thereon. The land A persons indebted to the estateof

Black and colored'silk gafoons, November l8th,1825.38..tf.Deerskins : OQThe Cahawba papers,Journal, Montgomery bound by said Mortgage, consists of 320afpens James B. Starr deceased, are

Edged satin'and belt ribbons, and Tuscaloosa Mirror, Louisiana situate on the North western side hereby requested to make immediate
/ X* Fancy figured and,stamped do. in setts, Beeswax. Advertiser, and Gazette,Pensacola, will of the mouth of Bscambia'River. on a artofwhich payment; and those having demands arc

Black velvet mantua do. THE highest market price will be give please insert the above once a week for the town of Beelersville. is laid requested to present them at my office,
do and colored gimpa and cords ; in.Catht for Dt.erakiDsand Bees' two mont 'sand forward their accounts .out. duly proven, for adjustment.'

Black Ostrich feathers artificial flowers, wax, by meat.the Commercial Register Office, for pay' John Lee Williams, Wm. ,Davison.Executor...,

l'ucl lacOlud'bu.ck1c.. ,. John Jerrison, jr, Attorney jMJllorlg
e.
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\ j ,, Pensacola, 3d Dec. 1$25-41-2am4m,, 8 .
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