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 28, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
notis - AKP3155
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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\1" IT. rPrlr iiiia, non 'lomill !'.) pt.: ', \O.. u SATURDAY
OLe .. l. JANU. :VRY 28.> 1826 (Open tu aU parties. : :. influenced- bv-, none.\ 4'Nn.iA''''i -,&"" -
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PUIILlllitED EVERT Slot URPAT, 3. Be it further enacted, That ed ;all and every such cause or defendant shall of right file the I ny ci.uitbof record in this Trr--

BY W! HASKU, HUNT when the f >reuoing s.-c. ions of ca 5e'S. plea or pleas if good in Law, b)" ritury it shall be lawful, and is

Sots EDITOR An PROPRIETOR, this act are pUlsu ',I, it shall be 9. Be it further enacted, That paying all costs up to the time of hereby made the duty of the clerk, ,
the Ln-aa of the Umted Statet lawful for -,he plaintiff or plaintiffs i actions of debt '
fiibfishrr of allj 01 petition
demurring, and by going to trial to tax 5 per en' upon the amount !
,Ins ofthf Territory of Florida.. 5 in any suits so commenced where founded upon any bond, note, hill j i! instanter, if required by plaintiff, of the judgment or juugments so

SUBIJCBUTlolf-Year Half year 3 process shall have ben executed, Exchange or writing obligatory, I unless good cause for continuancecan rendered in favurol the party in
thirty dais or more before th- for 1 thr dir ct of :
Quarter year 1 50 payment money, be s'.ewn. whose behalfJ-udgm shaH have -
Single paper twelve and an half cents. first day if the term to which said shall be set down by the Clerks>> respectively 18. Be it further enacted, That,I been retidt'red, as his co ts for the

Su!>- criptionspayable in advance. process is made rHuniable, to upon their said dock- all persons sued j intly, may of expense of employing an attorney,

.\,,\ En run-* ,--column livery Advertisement and measuringnot have and demand a trim .of ri ;hi, ets, for the second day of the term right, serve [sever] in pleading, & if he, she, or they shall have hadan
of the willthof one Iw unless good cause of continuance of ihe court to which such causes
defendant action otrecordin
to the
,nnrtthan twelve lines 61" this type, every any may attorney cause
. firi ition dollar.each weekly cnnttnuahGr 'is sicwn 10 the Court by either are\set for iral, whether thry be pi-ad as many i issues: of law and upon which such tax.ion is made

hf( o"nte, lonytcr ca..1 water pry, Iooncl whore nuch process !I causes: which have been continued uffacr, as he or she shall deem uu not otht'r-- br.

-, at the sane; rate flute ami figure !>ha I have been executed a less : or ire appearances to said lerm. necessary to a full and proper deff 27. Be it further enacted, Thatall

Ana rk, doubltfprice. will'for beta.tefulK the first insertion.ver displayed -. number of days than thirty before i ip Be it further enacted, That nee, and it shall be no exception and every parry ana parties to
> | ACC..idim. \ ; to the nature of them,, anvIII the first day of the appearancet'Tin i in al'other con iou d sautes, : Uccierk 'o any plea thus filed, that it is each and every suit commencedand

I I he featured by matter of this sized the defendant shall of right; : :. as aforesaid-shall be required contradictory to any other plea filed depending in any court of re* .
f inserted at :nter\als, (that if he see cause, claim con'inu to' docket each and of II .
tv'ie. W ien a I every by the same party, in the same c- rd in this Territory, shall, at ,
not inserted every week, fro n the first alive, unit -ne ter u of the Court them in tale order in vrhicl 'it"Vl'ry
w, will 1 1t they cause, provided however, that no his peril, take notice of ..11 and !
to sue I U-t lt'ertnn) next af .r.the : t'-r-: jtid each ofthmiare connnued ,
". il as a new adverf-sement. appearance I: : plea shlz be double., step or steps, which are
br Anounts c1urti'\fur advertising payable always 4.' Br it further enacted, Tnat comoll"IIr.Jng with the cause firs' 19 Be further enacted. Thatif made and filed in the clerks office

on i'.iiHiid* nn the r t .eon sj/rcial J l bai! shall br- continued, f first, anc so to the r nd ; any Uett-nUant h}' Ilrradtugten- in vtnich such sun is dt-ptndr-gt:

.j1 Li1)- ral contracts will be made with required in any action whatever, .-.mi \ail fcppearancv r.u*."* shall bra dt rs more tuon one issue!: of fact and all rules to plead or rules to

those 'V.\') wish ,0" ivcrtisc bv the the Editor year. and when any person or persons ck .ted therrafi-r, .*.'. the time propt-r to b- joined, then the jury require notice ot any plea filed op

*** All communications will to be attendedto Shall endors up..n anv writ rr- ants in the order in whlt'n tht-y ..nl! shall be worn to trv the issu, s other proceeding taken in the .
aid or they
TOWbe or not.port is suits convenience.. quinng bail,,I o: we ajrree lo bt"&p' each: u' lie: i arf l.CJuomt'n't.d, and joined and upon all issues sujo clerks ofticesh.ll be & the same are

--.'-" ---.-. ---- cial ball fur ;he witi.in named ; i fiUii.b- bet bv the clerk for each I ned wHich are in fear of 'hpiaictifF. hereby auolished, *u<>ject ncvs r-

J t rs Of the cited__ .'-tale.s.. dt'frnd.an1Cor, as the case may hi c.Y: jff i eteriii. "xo'p-ing: nevtr I : his costs upon said issues iheless to the t'Xr.t'pHuns in this
a- -- - 0"i ..det'tudar1tand earh (person so a- 'ht Its he day! ';:i c.us-s in tl.e shall br. 4fw..l'dt'd him, if; l>ov.e\er act t.eicinb! fort contained.

.', c-: ...y. : I..." geeing to become hail, shall su l- f'Jrt'4utn J :>-ctifin of the at con upon any iSiU j ined filCh formsa 28. Bf it further enu.'ted, Thai

.-..... ,. .;_.. A'......, .: .:+t j'.,... !. ..'''...J'10 scribe his or her nalntheru: ai taine'd, wiuih! &luibiuu i: k-je*. us: )bar to ;plain :ff's oetrtund, the \.Vtt"l1! any party i..n'iff shall e

._..-._....,..}.;.;':\0.>. ,.l....,,.'"oIL .-'....'... ;.r'.,r",--, .:- the. time (;1 such airreement, su:. n n sad: it CI ,en U expressed tn'fn; < of the Jury be fo- d. IVnd- desirous to bring or con mi-ncr a_

..1.4,.. ;... ':.::! ..."':'_ ..,,4., .. -. _ti.j..1''V"n.1'4', .. -.-..-.- agreement sh.'II be tak, n and considered 11 Be it further enacted, T to
:.:.. rr--" .,,.. ,. .... rt ., ,, ..'...t't. "'" <,:'."e...,.Ii.ttJ" .:::--...; a sufficient ree: pn.zanre j judgmrn by drfaul: or jlld I. nit nt ol thr C:out shall be grill or more def ncu ;s, rrsiding
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.. #,\, s.,, f 'v .-4"r.\'," >-- of Hp-c'ul( I bail, and the -.:one; rnn- '1.e n t\\ by nil melt i shall I br cJai-: M r.ll\ lor defendant or defendants, difterc ". counties !in the same judiciai .
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::r ;_ _:: .. YA. -- of.. .. ,."'.fJ. :,:\t_" ell y shall be had against any pci or be! agreed by the Court: in au.CdU5S y tiu; case ay be. Dn tiic'' it stall and n *J
4o .
't\.:...-.">, _....... :.'.1 k..J... ,.: -' ;r J/, son or persons, so age ecing to b:' unless the defendant ,il ,a1 20. He.' further enacted, That be lawful, fur thr said party o1a u4

i. t. \ .-J".. "' .( 4. special bail, as if a special' bail henr \failed on :fie| first duy: of -\\tyto the fo.":" ol shearing. a Jury on iff, to commerict suit in iyountv ;
..J.. ':I'l':-Jt.-2t;i"': .l'. ''f}..,..'.,!,pzru. ;' price had ;Letn gliy 1 And foi-rnat- t"'rln which such cause is docketed he trial! of usut-s shall be in sub- in which any one t.f thedr. .

\"y;,0.. "t ird. I t'I-; ly eXt" u'td. : 'to file, by himself or his at. st nee as follows, to \\ it : ft-nuants may and shall actually

clot w 6 'tt t tt J 5. Be ,t further enacted, That :. ;army, his or her plea or pleas top "Y u end each of you do solemnly reside, and by his memorandum .

tkJ 1 or.' ;'" upon all writs issued from Lin iff'a 8l ti .n. sw. arr affirm, as the car to the clef k to require as many

'\ \ .n. Clerk's office ol this Territory any, i 12 i.c it further enacted, That may be) that J' u will well and t ru writ, for bail or wunout, or sum

'l:: &' l"t ; quiiirg bail, and where no release I After filing ;he pl. a or 1liras aa arrt'a.Hd iy try hv issue (or issues) j ined mon: ', if necessary, as there are

-r '-.t. k rpL fl/'" ( of bail) is indorsed on the !: the plaintifT tit plaintiHs bet 4 ix A li plain iff and C. D. defem-an addressed to the st>er* .

back of(said w.i;, u shall he thrdu ,I may, if he, she or they require it, dffenctair, according to evidenceand elf 01 diRtrtnt counties in which

jtuTHORirr.AP : y of the t nicer, who, by himself up .n the ground of surpns in a tI ue vn-dicl give, ur.lcss said; l defendants' or any of them

.,\ act making appropriation for com- or his deputy, :,h-tll ..xecule's 2 111 le iding, claim a yeneral cnutiouancr dismissed by the court or withdrawn shall resid., which shall accord

pen-ation to the Mrmhers an I Officers, : .id writtolaKe good and sufficient until the next term of the by the parties." inl.1bt", issued by the clerk and it 9....
and for the CUll!ingest expenses of the c aril; 21. Be it further That shall be m.s. duty to endorse 4upoa -
two loupes of (*oii -: ** 5RJ1 : hs H. I 13. Beit urther enacted That .ftivif --:. r---- -.....N ......- -B<.'izrfj i tae oat K of each of said writs or .
it enacted by thr Senate and i 6 Be it fur: :r enacted. That .t .!._- ".1 ": 1tl Ulf1 UI cai*ta cs, :and possessed <.t f any estate real, suit- mo", WtllCtl, wf 1Utrll .uH1I 3 '
B ttj Rr/ire ntatives tne In all actions founded on
oj any
upon jnierlocuiory judfltntntA bydtLmli I )personal or mixed and no P ers .n lit shall br executed upon, which
Unif"d' frofc of Am rica in Con- judgment, bond, bill of xchangr, -
or nildicb1Ja:l b. executed -I be appoin: ell executor: or auministrator said wri or summons, so issueds
re.a attsernhlrd, \ hat the sum of. promissory nuts, or \rriiinggatiiy otJ1. I
af{ :
; upon; the days upon which thereto und it shall be laWful aforesaid, If shall be the duty
fur hundred and fifty five thousand for the payment of money ;
said caus; II are rrsp ctively Set for any person having any of the: sheriff or other officer, to
dollars be and the is : a d in all other action founded
same for trial J, u,> m which such interlocutory dt'btJ cUirn or demand against whom j; is directed, to obey.
hereby appropriated, fur cum penI I on contr.cY1t=re the sum due I judgment I or judgments such deceden .,f,leceasecjj to m..in- 29 Be further enacted, That

ta'ion to the Senators and :\lem-1 shall be ascertained bv the oath of wall br awarded, or at any day in tain .n action or acti'->ns against it s sail he lawful! for the various

bees of the House of Representa- the pUin'iffor any other portions, tlu h',itii ttiereaftcr, in the' discretion the heir or heirs of sucn. ceiitii' clerks r record it/ this Territoryupon
th.'s, an.l: Drira| of Territo- it shall be lawful for the Clerk, in
of toe Court : Provided however decease dy& agains arty & every written memoranda, made q
attend- whose office suit shall be ;
ri. their tillicers and broughtto
s, 1jha: upun ail such interlocutory ) uther peraon having & being j P\ !.sstbsed upon their respective memorandum
an s ; and the J'ur.her sum ofeigh- is-.ue a writ of capias ad re- I
jtidgnients as aforesaid, whnvihr ol'any estate, rt-al, personal books to issue subpoenas for
ty t '.oubatid dollars, for fuel, stationary spon end u au against the defendant sun I ft;
) due to the plaintiff' or mixed, of such deceriens [_dceasodj witnesses to any county in the
.td all her contingent or defendants, if :
; 0' required >
y plbin'-ifi: care !be ascertained by rhea to the extent to which such territory where said witnesses shall
of II uses.of the wniu-n memorandum !'tti
two 0
extnsri% 'art, without parol tesii lony.a neir, or heirs or oiher person or reside, addressed: to the sheriff .fhe .
Cnirrss I that the said sums plaintIff plaintiffs or his, he .
an or
ud ti; ( plaintiff: or plain i ills, by prisons shall have become pos : County in which such sub; 02- .
brpaid i : r:ul of any m-.ney in the their agent or attorney, and bi.ii limb f, hctselt or themselves er !St' s'd of any such estatr, real per: I flan is lo be executed, which said

Trrasu. y, not otherwise appropriated. shall 'Of rquirable u/H1n such wait oy attorney, snail(! desire a fnul! sonal or mixed aid no further. : subpoena shall be issued at any
: ..f course and when hail I u
not required -
I jud meni without the interTentioH I 22. Be it further enacted, '1 hat tim, when required, after thirty
JOHN W 1'\YLOR. written I
by mrmoran-: of a jury,the curt shall I procfr'Jto i writs of scire facias against bail i days from the end of a term, re.
of the II I ItNIresrntatires.
Speaker "iiv ref uf
uum (tnr piainniT, or -us i her or
JilIlN i.CALIIOUN.; ; I awad$ the same, which shall be shall be made returnable sixty turnabi'- next term. t
,"lce-Pr 8.Jcnt tit tlif United States And I their agent or attorney, then theGlcrk as vuui: to all intents and purposes days after they are respectively issued 30. Me further enacted That,
) shall indorse the bark
Pr"iulc>nt of the senate. upon as if a jury had been eMip.iunell and if H atcire arias be returned if any' party asking a s I>ubrceria
Approved-December 2i. 1825.JOHNQU1NCY 01 said writ a release of ball, or no .
1& had :ren-.t-r-d a verdict thereon. by the sheriff or other officerto hall have the same served on any
--- --.u_w -- -;;-- ..-' -- bail is required. I 14. Br it further enacted, Thai whom it may !be clirec ted ",he witness, whose name is includedin

L\\\ \)( \\\.i\\ \. 7. Be it further. That I special' demurrers shall be considered defendant is not found in my bail said subpoena, by any other officer *

-....---- ------.----,. in ail Cases wnere the... writ. or ither and adjudged only to extendto wick tno' her or alias scire facial or any other person tnaa a
to a l.c'o,1 h \i> act u iiUtiii Judicial snail :b' lure defects of form in sheriff ch service shall be
h process issue filing any matter may be Immt tliatt-Iy directed by II+ good,
J Proceeding 8".4. approved,- UeceuiDer30lh the dec1 aral i..u, as is herein befoie or manner of pleading, and when the plaintiff and issued by the if such other officer shall make 0

Be it enacted by the Governor : L provided i lor' the plaintiff i i or plainilfsi I any such demurrer shall be sus- clerk and the bail shall be fixedat return of service, or if such other

end. Legislative Council of the ; snail have no trial: at t Itxt, :..ined,;; the party, when pleadings the term of tnt Court next aftera person, not an officer, shall make

Territory f Florid'i, T'lat! it shall pl aral; c term of (he case, but b> are so i I adjudged; : informal, shall writ of-scire facias returned ex oath of having served such sub

and may b. lawful lo commence consent of the paries, hu sh f:1 l nav- a right both to amend ana ecuted. or a second return of "ih (Irena upon such witness or witnesses

any and every action at law, whIch i:I have until the end of tilt first day proc'ttd insianter, without costs defendant is not found in my baili- I bf fore any judi, ial) officerin

can be'miughi or commenced in I ol said tern, in, wnich to file inv i aa though the said pleadings had wi.k." this Territory, wno shall certify .

artY court of record within this ourt nib, her or their d.ion cl.:r.. a- en formal originally aid ast 23. Br it further enacted That I the making of such oath.

Territory! by filing in the Clerk's ; :;nd il no declaration be fil- ough no such demurrer had been upon ail judgments, upon Uefauii : 31. And be it further enacted,

otfice "f the Coors and County, DI /d in the time aforesaid, i it snail) nieu against or adjudge or nil-diCit, rendered final without I That the second, eighth .

District as the case may !)e, H) br lawful fur tht. Court in wiucn 15 be it further enacted, That the intervention of a jury, tht first, and forty-fisrt and fifty-ninth, Y

u-.fiJ h stuff action may be br'.u,;ij- suit is brought, upon motion, gmeral:, demurrers shall only be j judgment shi-ll be rendered to marked in the statute:: book sixtieth .

or "om-nc-ncrJ, a declaration in made without notice, to .bale! U) c considered to extend or a ft ret in bear an interest of six per centum section of the act to which

'M'oonir, it'tting forth the cause of! said: wn: for want of prosecution ; any pleading the substance and per annum, from tar day at which this is an amendment, as well also t

2l':ion intended to be relied on aitn i'rovidrd i however, that in any ja t f said pleading, and shall not the debt or demand became cut as all ,other parts, of said act or of

trial!, together with the writing t6i8ocrr declaration snail br bc' considered, either a: law or in and payable, upon wnich sum other acts, as are inconsistentwith

or a true copy thereof, upon liiru, agreeably to the pn visions quay, as an admission of thrI. judgment is rendered, until paid, the provisions of this act, be

\v-iich said: action is found d, if it ol tins section, the plaintiff 01 i*, contained in said pleading unless, upon any agreement made and the same are hereby repealed. .

b an action upon a written contract plaintiffs shall, of right, claim a so demur ed to, so as to bar or according to law, a greater or President of the Legislative BELLAMY.Council. -
of .rial at tne term of the Court next btu,, demurment from any sub- less interest is reserved, and then
chaiac- 1825
or agreement any Passed December 7th, ,
teror if by parol, then a copy o1 after the ppearance; term, unless It.nualclaim:', or defence> which the computation shall be after SA&1L. FKYClerk. ...

the account, claim or demand 'jod cause be shewn for a contin- uy any proper; plea can be had or such greater or less reservation. (approved December g/A, 1825,,JVVM. -
ence. In ad. 24. Bf it further enacted, That P. DUVAL,
Upon which suit is commenced Governor of the Territory of Florida.MISCELLAAY. .
and by mailing: a wriiten memorandum 8. Be it further enacted, That 16. 1'r it further- enacted. That, upon all- other judgments. 0", upon -::
in the book of memuran the Clerk of any or either of the if a general demurrer to the plainuiPs the verdict of a jury sounding in

dums ([[memoranda] of sail! Clerk, Courts of record within this Territory declaration, or any pleas byway damages or in debt and damages, '. .
to issue a writ or summons as the shall not be required or au- of replication, &c. be sustained the judgment shall bear an inter- From the,Edinburgh OIJ'd'iler.
case require. thorised to keep any rule docketor ,tl)r plainiiffshall have a right to est of six per cent from the time. Llt aye :e.-After a residence of

2. may Ae it further enacted, That issu docket, or any other doc- amend his said declaration or other of ill rendition until paid. nearly.twelve months in the United -

in all cases in which the declara ket, of Causes common and depending t leadtaK,so substantively defective I 25. Be further enacted, That States, General Lafayette has

lion of the plaintiff or plaintiffs in their said Courts re- by payment of all costs up to the it.shall be the aulyof the respective returned to Europe. Hitherto we I

shall be filed with the Clerk before spectn :i. save only a trial docket tune of amendment, which shall be clerks( of Record in this Territory have, somehow, abstained from

th issuing of the writ or sum- and i: hall he the duty of the awarded to defendant, by the to tax costs, upon all judgments saying a single word in the. extra
of the court in their respective counties, ordinary spectacle by which his ;
Thos, it shall! br the duty of the said c'eiks and each of them respectively judgment upon an
amend and the and notice other motion of visit has been throughout distin '
CIrk of to make, or cause to be application BO to no or ,
to note the back *
grid declaration, upon the lime Tiling made, a trial docket as aforesaid defendant shall also have a right any kind, shall be, required to enable guished. We have, like all mankind

the .ime and the writ or within thirty days, next after the
fummons, upon cc 'he declaration term of the court at which any 17. B*; further enacted, That, hereby required i were, by each successive gushing r,
t his is filed cause or causes shall have been if a Ketleial demurrer to ,defendant 26. Bf it further; enacted, That ('out of the spontaneous and unpur-
case and the
alien be sustained the all'udggmtutsrendered by a-, abased homage of tea_ roillieaa. .,t
time under. his rune. .. Cronttai', ou which shall be "AOtI plea or pleas upon ...

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:t:.: free people.' We have stood by, attention of the nation to the next Superior Court here, the follow fife, the Eeglilativc Council to fan
i! .. in almost stupid wonder, while so return of that great day from ing grounds for a motion for a rule Florida passed an act entitled two thirds,
iril; many more'than classic triumphs which is dated our Freedom and upon the Honorable George Walton act to: establish a Bank in the Legislative
k:: -jo much higher than classic Independence. Secretary of the Territory of ty of Pensacola ;" and the l ,
feelings, were performing and On the Fourth of July, 1826, fifty Florida: to shew cause why a writ body then also passed another ; The Con
:: bursting around us ; hardly knowing years will have been completedsince of Mandamus shall not issue a- entitled "An'act to establish of a
:;.: indeed whether we had to our Fathers solemnly declared gainltl him as Secretary as afore Bank in the City of St. the, quo.
-:, deal with the honest excitement I. their deteimination to (free said, commanding him as Secretary tine." Council ot
of a real and gallant people, or themselves and their children from as (aforesaid, to record and Both these acts were thirteen per-
were cheated by the solemn fantasies the galling yoke of oppression, preserve" two several acts of the to the Governor of the :-
of a race of Bedlamites. It and pledged themselves, their fortunes Legislative Council of the Territory for his approbation, and were then,
: \vas not in fact, till after the blinding lives and sacred honor, in aforesaid the one entitled "An him returned with his literal con
pageant had passed away, that I i, the cause of liberty They redeemed -: act to :establish a Bank in the City and the members present pi expression; ,
we could bring ourselves to talk ::1: thoir pledge most nobly, of Pens&cola, and the other en. ed to re-consider the said t acd who
soberly either of its fitness or its ,I and bequeathed to us the most en- tilled An act to establish a Bankin -On the re-consideration, Legislative
.' reality. At last, however, the viable inheritance. More firmlyto the City of St. Augustine ;" to members being: present, six are, two
question does rush upon our ensure the preservation of that wit. 'That heretofore, to wit.: at to pass he bills ; and a question ,
minds Why have all these things inheritance, let us celebrate the the session of the said Legislative now raised whether the said It has been
: .' been ? How is it that for twelve next return of that day as a Gr.nd Council last past, the said two se. thus passed, have, or have lhat those ,
long montns we have heard of nothing Jubilee throughont the hud ; I let Vt rai acts were passed by the Legislative become laws. This question : members ;
t I but processions, feastings every freeman join in joyful' Council, and presented to on the true construction of the who have
j' and jubilees, among a people preeminent thanksgivings for the blfs&ings of 1 the Governor of the Territory a- lowing words : c, Jf after such e not ta-
: among aft men for thrift, I freedom ; let the Declaration of foresaid, for his approval. The u consideration, two thirda of are not '
L1 jealousy, and stubbornness ? I Independence be read: in every Governor refusing to sign or Approve tl members of the Legislative C
What can this, or any man have :: town, in every school and in every the same, returned them cil agree to jiasa the bill, it apper-
done, to turn upon himself the rejoicing {i family ; let one grand salute be with his objections ; which were ".6tcom ja law of member --
::. lustre of so many millions 3c I|'fired ry the nation, and let every enured at large on their Journal, It is a peculiar beauty., in pC'n olJ,
of eyes ; to call down blessings heart and hand join in the demon- and they proceeded to reconsiderthe publican stems of ot -
from so incalculable a host of uplifted stration of a nation's joy. said Bills. Whereupon, on that no political powers can and of dis-
hands, and to feel the honors But, above all other means, dis- such reconsideration, the said bills assumed ; but that they must questions.
$4 and gratitude of a mighty people tinction may be given to this year were. lespeciively passed by a ma- be legitimately deduced from of the -'
.' & wafted to his bosom as by the of Jubilee by that Congress which jo.ityoftwo thirds of the mem- pure fountain head. This is, maternal "
I Toice of a single man.-What is is now convening, in adopting a bers ,)1'the Legislative Council, will of the people, regularly our institu- "
it :in fact, that has swayed the measure which has been already and the said Bills thereupon became pressed. Sometimes, this will an absent ?
.w hearts of these s out republicans urged (to their honor) by some of laws of the Territory afore manaus Constitutional i is believed
throughout every one of their, our most enlightened and distinguished ; said ; 'and the names of the persons sions ; and, at others, in acts Legislature:
: twenty four communities ; that Statesmen, and which you voting for and against the ordinary Legislation. A .
I has hurried, all along that vast as Editors, have done yourselvesgreat i said bills respectively, were entered of extranrdinay legislation be, by
lin<*. every woman from her distaff credit in &upn< rting ; I mean I I I en the Journals of said: Council. however, in some instances & an in
and every infant from its cradle that of abolishing Impi isonmeni And the said B. D. Wright, as in- which- the act assumes the absent may ,
to shout on the steps! of a total I for Df'bt.1 The nation calls fort District Attorney as aforesaid, racter of lex sub lege graviori; a member. .. :
stranger to their blood ; and has t, and let us hope, that on tfie further suggests, that the said' the I the Territorial or Colonial) go is compared }
.r now melted so many jarring cries morn of this day of rejoicing, thr Hunorablc George Walton, as Secretary ments of our great federal the )latter !
and interests into one general prison doors may be opened to as aforesaid, refused and lic, and ol this Territory in of the fifth ,
:\ prayer of regret, thankfulness and every honest though unfortunate still refuses record and preserve I cular, afford examples. The 1 of the I
safelY ; his is not any thing like a debt Ir in our country. he said acts of Legislative ritorial legislation is exercised States
I venal 1 sycophancy t*> digr.ity or Let such be the sty; 'Ir of the celebration Council.Whereupon. virtue of a Congressional sta nts most of :
I) riches or descent ; it is not tne ol the 4th of July, 1826, it was ordered by frequently denominated the the several 7 !
i I nvenual homage of one great and in this way we shall ensure the Court that the said rule be ganic law, and is subject to an cannot re- ';
- : authority to another ; nor can it be- ;he maintenance ol our republican granted returnable instantei'-and vcn ual control from the same absentee is "
-. placed even among the reasonable principles ; and our children will now came tne aid George Walton .hority. If the at-
.. but frigid trophies (II a mere gen- more sacredly guard them to the and shewfd cause in the followIng In the construction of all are absent .i f
.' eral merit. It is too stupendous, completion of another cycle, und words, viz : a distinction obtains between ory and
too immediate, too much akin to consign them to the charge of their h in the Superior Court of the as demand a liberal absolutely
" T thf burning ardor of children: tov offspring. Midd'c' Distict of Florida, and such as require a more their col
;,'>. ,rds a parent. Ii is a portion Spirit of SeYent '-Six. George: Walton, Secretary of stricted'exposition. La' s ,
:: of M)** unbounded :latitude of a .- he Territory of Florida, responding ring judicial powers, at the i \ atigation '
:' gallant\ prop's' to 'l l.e founder of FRANKFORT. Ky. D;:c. 7. to the rnle of said Court, to sent day and in uur country, f .
::. t. f .their freedom.! It 3 :Ir mrre temporary Civil Il'ar.-l wiil be pirceive'l auew causv why a writ of :\'landan. into tiit latter class ; although I too,
: return of any present ben- by the r,.-p..rt of a comu.itteof .us shall! noi issue: commanding aacieni maxim was, thai it is absent
fit ; but a part ot the perpetual the house of representatives: ill him to rl cord and preserve two Fart if'a good Judge to his way,
,:; worship owing to an author of a pieceding column, nidi tin thai several acts of the Legislative his jurlJ zctiolZ. So all det' d to the
-.: :t I their political existence It is ;he act of a civil v z.. ia* .ur.'ady been Council trf tll(' Terrh) oi" Florida legis anon is of the same on.
hon.age America to the N':.itor oerpeirated, ifJh" .. iv.iig und the o,:eniiil.:d An act toptt.1i1i. ter. In his course there is appertain to
of the retoIItranHt"( early war preparing ..; qubit.i-j va' cuo- "',t* .. h >..t, \n thp f.ItV of in the ouoosite, the
q riors are nuv. no morl. Her Flunk I llic ar '*, for."*? purpose of lesisiscintt !v"nsdcola," and the other entitled danger. It is an easy thing tructioll
lins *nd Wathingtnns have long I 'fl', anticipated proccvding .' A/ act :o stublish a Bank in the tnos who make constitutions, d to>
: since sunk, one after another amulj l j: -if the house of representative or City of. St. Augustine" answers institu'e tribunals, or enact I six per.
I ,the tears of 'heir pe ple.. intu ttn.I its riinfeutttes, and the execution and shews for cause ; That the graviores, or, as they have t'r of the
. illustrious tomb. Onecoinnand o1 an order of t lit court ,if appeu's act of Congress, entitled An ict denominated organic laws, to members be
er alone remains who f.ughi at We confidently trust, however, 'u amend an net for the establishment large the powers of public o! the
the Flatbush at Bran'lywinf; that this first act, will be the bat ; I oi* a Territorial Government tees ; if experience shall after the
& at Lexing'on.Vh&tt wonder, j the prepara ion has been dj in Florida( approved larcb 3d, shewn that they are defective.But other e-
,t. tht'n, thai the honors and almost ed, the guns discharged cover-I 823," provides in the third bee- it is an arduous *nd to the
the merits of the extinguished placed in their former peaceful ion thereof" thai the Secretary of ly hazardous taskfor those, thirds of
mighty should seem to concentrate corner and it is not doub't'd bu !I I I the ,'erl itory- shall record and .ore whom limited -powers are to pass ; :
: .. around their sole surviving fellow? the disDUies with which this Stu itis serve ail the papers and proceedings ed, to remedy even obvious of '
Generation after generation has I doomed to be vexed another of the Executive, and all acts on their own authority ; and Con
sunder d him from every thin that: year, will, in the course of thai IJ; the- Governor: and Legislative attempt is not more distant I proper; '
in A.nerica could extirpate rival. time be settled by the morjl 1 Council. the duties of sound judicial equivalent
ry. and add a sting to passion. He force"of the country. If there are This respondant further shows, sponsibility, than from those or .
left them in a feverish and blo dy any who, on reflection! still feel that the two several acts of the subordinate and derivative : lex gravi ) .
infancy ; he has re'urned in their disposed; to stand to their arms," Legislative Council, mentioned in lation. them. :
peaceful and mjjt'stic manhood.He we would recommend to them to sad: rule, after having been passed The language of the I consider -
:1I I left t'.em worn, divided &; impoverished peruse that part of the history of by the Legislative Council, States of America, and of the I by a ;
; hi- found them sirong Massachusetts, which relates to were sent to ttu- Governor for ap nited .Kingdom of Great -
c unanimous and rich. He has I the deeds and disco'i.fi'ure of proval. Whereupon the, Governor and Ireland, is, now, be called the ;'
come to see the grain quip'ly wav tlu'se famous RELIEF MEN, Danici I refused to app.ove the same, energetic to express, without in the act
ing over the fields slaughter ; to bhuys and his associate: and sent them back to the Council biguity, all ideas connected section ,
: find their once v.can*. harbors Commintator. for re-consideration ; where cons.ituiional: 1 and legislative : to the ':
crowded with a gallant navy ; their upon on re-consideration thereof, nactment ; and where, from but
unsheltered beaches secured by Jereboam O. Bt.uha'1lpcharg- the said Council passed upon the accidental cause, it has failed clearly
impregnable( wrks ; their swampy ed with the murder of Col. Sharp, said two several bills, mentioned this object, a more the same
forests swarmed with a gay was examined before .wo Magistrates in said rule, by a vote of six in favor remedy is found in a recurrence law, of :
and growing population. And he on ThursdAy hst, and recommitted of said bills, and three against the original fountain of in the ..
can say, what n(, living leader can I to await a trial in the .he... ; as appears by: an endorsement : than in devious or arbitrary :
; ; aaJ with ;him. "Thib is partly circuit court. There i& to be a made according to said a'ctoj" st'Uction.What has arisen,
c >' mr Hork ; in the heart of a cor- special term of thcircuit court Congresi on naid bills respec- passes in the mind of of
: ruptrd *)ate I digested the manual in this county, commencing on the mely. Thereupon the said two first penman of a Legislative his
I :4 l t'f freedom ; hemnv'd round by first A(.on tin) January, a. whic. several bills were sent :o this respondent even ceases to be a subject of 1 am of o-
.... .- \ the Mandishmentsof luxury I pre- the. trial will probabiy) take 1)laC. as Secretary oT the Territory vestigation, when those acts to do so. !
ie.ved the spirit of Independence ; Idem i :_ to be by him recorded and to obtain the sanction of a support the
.t I forsook the court for the sword ; preserved ;" and this respondent rous body.V ords must then hi.
:I adopted danger tVJr; ease ; and :Pj g JJ) 8 forebor- to take upon himself, as construed according to their constitu

herf are my rewards !" It was .--_.-- __=:. .4". .;.._ ___ : Secretary as aforesaid, the record- ous and natural import, in in pursu
the younger Scaliger. we believe, I SATURDAY, 'ArU-\ItY' 1 26 ing and preservation of the same, dence with established usage, to *. be
\rho would have preferred the honor -. Verit- until by competent judicial authp- as far as possible in land ;" and
-) of writing a single ode of Horace tian.cur.Thelvngthoftheopinionofthe. thy he might be commanded so whh their literal meaning. with his
.: to the empire of Germany,p Hon.A. to do, upon the ground that they Further, ill statutes in pari as a law,
: and he was right. But wnat are pI.I. B. Woodward, which was politely furnished had not, in his opinion, the sanc- teria must be construed together idle pa
the honors of all the odes of all I us by'Col. Geo. Walton, necessarily tion of.A sufficient majority of the and all the parts of every law judg
excludes much
and interesting
Horaces thai ever lived to the Legislative Council and thereforewere
.: mattr by last mail. We how SUch manner as that the to
piide of a patriot's bosom,to the ever, have endeavoured to make such selections not acts of the Governor and may stand, and no particular a control
I out bursting of a nation's grati from the Congressional proceedings Legislative Council, within the vision fail ; and, even, if ) How
: tude. After all, there is much I as were deemed most interesting to meaning of the said act of Con so that, in a carefully drawn se oC that
more in these things,than the merit the people of Florida. i gress. AU which is respectfully (ute, not a single idle, or superfluous section of"(\
or the praise of one submitted. .
any person, expression, term, or constitu
or any one set of persons. It is not Opinion Judge Woodward.At Geo. Walton. should be found, nor aught : under-it !
- man individually, but man collec a Superior Court for the District Whereupon the argument of red to dubious implication.On deemed to
tively that is here chiefly concern of Middle Florida, begun and Council being heard, and the Court my first approach to a the motion
: ed. These rewards. and these .1 held on Monday, the twelfth day having duly considered the same, sion of the present question, .
deserving, are, in fact, the recognition ',of December, in the year of our pronounced' the following opinion. mind was naturally directed to Ixy
by nature, of her own nobility Load, one thousand eight hundredand In the matter of GEORGE comparison of the power writ of
; they form the evidence iwenty-five Tallahassee, in WALTON, Secretary of Florida, to the Legislators of Florida,
:- which she bears to the eternity of r the County of' Leon in the, said on a motion, made by the Attorney pass a law which has enc "
'.' her own character, they are the Territory, at the house of Charles of the United States, for Middle disapprobation of the ,
proud effusions of her thankful Pindar ; wan present, Augustus B. Florida, by direction of the Legislative nor, with that vested in the Legislators Clerk.
i' ness to thf power which impressed Woodward.Mr. Council of Florida, for a of the Union to pass a -
that rhaiactcr upon her.. Attorney Wright filed the rule to shew cause why a Mandamus which has received the disapprobation 1820, there
., following suggestions in writing, should, not issue to him, to of the President of the U light-hous
; Prom the jVatitnal viz : record and nited States .
Intelilgencer.p preserve two certainbills been add-
I trust the editors B. Wright, District Attorney or acts, as laws of the Terri I find this to be the variance forty-one
tional 1 Intelligencer will allow me, for the Middle District of Florida At their
tory. : session in one thou the phraseology : in the light bottt
through their columns to call the .
suggetu 20 Honorable the land
; ) eight hundred Iud _twenty- case two thirds of both hottija mr, .
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z j. ii.4 I- : r praying (or aid lif Congress For Proclamation issued Simon Bo he bad conned
COL4iUJ'IrTIOX' by ; young man > ,
the immediate exploration of thecountry livry Supreme Geheral &c. de- time, and at length, under

Pentacda under ,the direction of daring marriage, seduced her. No 'i
For the Gaette. I IlB. I hit purpose to enter Brazjl *-
skilful made the
) Hmn-I would enquire through I I Engineers; which on motionofMr. with his troops ; that all the to injure defence
lady-the only
the medium of your paper, hethethe Hayne, was Prdered Creolian )roung
slaves free
shall be and he: defendant's counsel was,.
Ordinance, which prohibited shoot- |i tin o &be referred
City I to the Com.
on hat all at'tbe time
that refuse to take underage he
? in this City, is repealed or not. The !!I Roads and Canals, and to be printed ., up mise but the Court decided
continual firing, which I have arms with him shall be slaves, &c. ;
almost : for the use ofthe Senate. This adm 3?ability of ,he evidence
heard for the last few days, and the fact l.dit Proclamation bears

that one of my acquaintances was struck I Mr. Johnston of L-iu sjid, the upon its face the evidence of us this counsel was took attempted exception to to be

with K\'crahhot, induced this enquiry. : entleman from South Carolina spurious origin, its date and location and attempted no further I t

Yours, I h had presented paper on the sub being irreconcilable with the: jury returned a verdict of

Enquirer.In I ject which he himself was just about known previous 'destination and ollars, for the plaintiff being

answer to the above enquiry, we I to rise to bring to the noIticc ',ursuits of the Liberator. The amount laid in the V

can say, that we have never heard of the i of the Senate in thi of Hoffman and Hopkins, for
repeal of the ordinance referred to, but I shape a Colombian Consul has added the Winner and Talman for

would refer Enquirer to the City Oficer*. bill ; and he now gave notice, tha t te ollowini* official declaration of its _-I._ !

Ed. Pen Ga:. h should, on Monday next, ask ''alsity :-N j. Int. By a pl'ivatetener '

.:: l eave to introduce a bill for a sui- From .he JV. Y Everting Pott of Dec .29. this city yesterday we l :

., \XGl\'E Sl"L. vey and estimate of a Canal lj'I-.NTLE'Xl-N-l'llt' proclamation news had been received I I

.. through the Peninsula of Florida, which appeared in your paper of bCRtecLy y Telegraphic : V V

from the mouth ol'S ; Joints river y as issued by the President change of Ministry n-S

:jN ineteeuth Congress, t o Vacassa B ..y, in the Gulf of of Colombia is a poor tor- intelligence is said to V

FIRST SESSION. Mexico, and to ascertain the practicability cry, maile! perhaps at Penambu duced a great sensation V

SENATE arid_ expense of a ship C'", with some political or com- A mange ha* berong ,

IN THE channel. mTUal object., '1 he forger of itis w e ii':r u;e piesrntbe

January 4. i asignorant of gtograpuy, ab>> he a s will proe* \

Mr. Noble submitted yesterdaythe House of lieprpsentatives. b unacquainted with the political p'e of Sp':m. time
resolution forcunsi-
1 ueaday January, 3 [principles and sacred laws which mead : ".-Nat. It:.
deration, which Was this ddY taken
l the sword 01"the Liberator ofColombia.
On motion of Mr. Scot:, thr

JP ; l land Com. were disch 1 red from I We are inforJ.u'd by !
Resolved That the Com. on "
the further consideration of the I hope y.-.u will say somethingon mauv from AnnapolU, } '
be instructed
Public Lands to
the of petition of cer am settlers in East the su'bj ct, or publish, ii' ,you Monday., Dr. Joseph K
> expedien.
y prr Florida, and it was laid :m the ta tumk pr pernis con.munica'ion. nresentive: in Congress
xi.tMin by law, jiuiciiaserb of the -
bit,. Rvsp' ctfully Sir, your obedient ryland, was elected G
public Lands, in all raits: where
On motion of Mr. While of Florid servaut that State, for the '
have entered one let' I
titty qua
a, it was : Xavier Del Medina. fhe vote in j joint ballot
tion the of g2
at < at rate : peici c',
Resolved That --- Dr. Kent 59 for Dr. '
the -
on ; t
a'lI' .to'! the payment thire',n ,.f
Roads and Canals be instructedto New Yook. Dc. 29.-Law Suit.
&80, '. Jtceive: paten's for 80 a- I IV 1 '
inquire i-'io ine expediency of -- A Cube o! so.ue interest aa relating I
cre, uuon the p-) n.\nl of $20 OB11'Cl.JlIlY. ,
constructing a bridge acrobs! St. I to passengers and steamboats -
inure', ur.tl relinquishing' to the U DIED-In ttis City on V
mud S -tes the residue of the said batttial1's ri* :r, near St. Augustine was triec. before Judg Irving Col.Ji.hn Miller formerly

st-ction. on the U. !ates' :Military 4,il :ie 24th ... .'ant, and w>dsorougni :! s e. .gtd about IIR)-i: gin : V V

quiP- road from Prnsacola Alfred: Pool : i iCapt mild and amiable
,0 thai by agains; :
\,r Njble slated that in 1821an I him circle of V
i in the Territory of'Florida. Thomas \\'is* all, of Lh" to aiiun.erous
ac < i Congress was passed fur came to Florida several
the tl'fof 'he purchaser of the Mi. Forsyth ptesented a petition 1- steamboa' James K..nt. I, thc benefit 01 his health, .t h i, l

I u .lie Lands, which comprisedthree front citizens of Gtorg i, It appears lha. the defendant ;'I uuiler a set ere pulmonary .

praying that 3canal t be iu i came'on board the .Kent at Hudson -!I THe mildness of the climate
of may I
classes cases-une lor
across the Territory of 'Florida, I when bound to this city. Heppliid ,. years gave hun relief but
those who tidd ,paid 1-1 h ot their tin tllf o\eicame his: con
from the St Mary's riser to the "' for a birth a. bed time,
chase for those ----
pu moneyDC I Gulf of Mexico. whenihe was reiust don the grout!d
who had! paid 1and The ollH'rI
December 14. hat I lie had not paid nis Urr. .Hecuntend V
for lhos who hati 3.4 hi. Ti. = \ll
The' of d that he had paid bis fare
petition sundry Spanish
time limited for one class had already .
officers' and others, *>f the Territory almost imim diately on his coating ,.
expired and the I ItJiV
though; resolution
Florida, for: illd 'mnty for on board the boa, but, being: :
was not designed to embrace :
losses under the 9. h article of the a stra>igr:, did not think( it n' ccs- =_-, u .
those cases, )'f'l' its subjectwas L
to permit these Florida Treaty, winch was before sary to pu down'his name lor ubirth. r uu : .\ %
purchasers I
the -House at the last session of I ., Harsh words: ensutd, -
\vio! had paid $80 on a Ir
quartersectiontoreceive .
'fthicn terminated offer ENiEi)
Congress, was again sented by by an on :
a .p4h=n' thereon j\cr. \Vhife, Delegate pr from lhaTerritory the piit ol the plaintiff 10 ay his ..1 I dan. 26-Schr. Two FII "
upon the payment of $20 more', cw.OI.kans."Consignetli,
fire ji second time, which theCpJiia
and relinquishing the residue oftlit terson and tire masti r.
The following commtanication.from roused:: but contended 1
section. The President AKKIVED,
the of iiia: he stiauid &him on shore,
had called the attention oi Secretary the Treasury put U. S. Transport chr.
was received by the Sp-aker anu. about one o'clock in the uior- ,
Congr. ss to the in his ,
subject I 'Y -
and referred nln, ic-ually forced the plaintiti I '
to the com. on Public ,
and in relation to those
message Lands and ordered tobf printed : in the boa and land d linn .at ar' I I I .:'U ifAITCKSUN SUb. V

measures heretofore adopted for c_ f. atld I,I bA.1ur4L
rrUIi"4QInn".n. 1.1)" -ousc:
,.... .... T'l iDecemuer '
I Au I'vr 1'1.. ...7 '-1"- i I! 0 duly elected a member
20 mi Irol1the ket
27. 1825.S t'S city, (pg
ence' had demonstrated their uLihty i Aideruien ot the City of -
SIR : In obedience to a 'resolution his b KRage as security for the the place of John Jerriaon,
by the great reduction of the V'V.
debt they owed to the United : of the House of Repres nla- paSae. said Board, was vacated by

S.a.fS. tives, of the 13j in-.tca..t, directing '1 tt1 Jury, after a cnarge from the late act incorporation.

The resolution was adopted. the Secretary of the Treasury the Juhundred:ge against tht; legality of John

Thursday 5. communicate to tlu House any Captain's, conduct, brought ina
THE :FL01KDA CANAL. report he may have received from verdict of 75 dollars damagesfor Pensacola- Jan. I4th, 1826- V

the Receiver and Register of the pqinaff.-Aoah'B Adv. [l\o I MOT1CK
::\1r. Ha>ne stated that fie had :!

rrcmea a memorial, which he i District of West Florida, under little.] j LETTERS ot \
the provisions of an act of tht lastsession Col. John & !
was r quested to to the '
St-na'c of Congress. entitled "AnAct .VAetvi/an't Ltje.-The reading world iaviug been granted the & :
on the important and interesting have a great treal within their reacti.We [ .- the Lount> Court for the
to extend the time for the settlement -
subject of a Canal to mean, in the Lile of Sheridan, bJ.. cambia ; all persons:: Having

connect tht Aa'rr* 'of the Atlantic of Private Land Clai'i.s, Moore. | The volume contain nearly s: >xI gainst said cbtattarc : '

and the Gulf of Mexico, across I in the Terri ory of Florida, *'1 I pages, and yet an intense interest the same iiiiraediateiy, and : :
I have the honor ib klept! the.whole work desired .'
the ptnin&uia of Florida. It to transmit are up through ed are to make pay )

the ap-i poit herewith, signed Dy those i It is= wtj believe, a most faithful picture \\' Hasell
p ars t .it Legislative Council 1 -not a" ame one, but a portrait hum tile :
ol Floridadeeply impressed with together with an explani pencil of Guido,ot one of Ins favorite ai Aa V

the importance of a work which' tory letter which accompanied it, lists bjlieiidan'a name and character, in.I -l'en.,acola, Jan 27-,--1856---48

they supposed will relieve the dated the 13th of July las.. By: it. outlines, are fa.nihar 10 all ; but tilt A.: ( )

the seventh section ol the act, the particulars of his life Had not been told -
cumnt'r.of the United States claimants described in it were' allowed ) i us, xcdpt ihrough a lew humorous anecdotes I Attorney & t : I

from heavy )losses, ROW sustained until the first of November :: ai.!
fr.'m snip wrecks, had, in Dtcembtr nutely given, by a toaster isoue&s / l'csUes : ttfa i fession in the several :

last pussed an act, appointing to file their claims; but by the is 'Biipwn to vindicate where lie Fioiida. Any" bus.ness:

Commissioners to on statement of the Register and Receiver should bi lie-no puh.ig regrets. overndi&crclions will receive his prompt ajid

the report it appears, that none were toillcs and -out h.s virtues tion. He luay be consulted ::

expediency of opening such a expected to be fi.ed: after the date and ins tauita. are: given fairly anu full,)". in i'ensacola.
canal. Three of the most eminent SUCh a wo\k. .s useful to dehgnt, instruct: i January
of their letter ; .nd as no additional I- and lo Jioston Com. .
ci izens of the IVrri ory had 1 warn.- ( az. ,
been report has since arrived from I -P-i1) .
appointed, pursuant to the
provisions of that act. It 'hem, it is inferred that such was We have received tiles ot Mexican paue I For pubiibliing, in Nashville,
from appears the fact.I to uie' .i yilioi Nov. from wn.cli wetiiruci a YWtkly "pl'r. to be i V
memorial forwarded
thf-se i have the honor 'o remain, with .. 1 lUlhJWlUg : A'atioualLiterarijt
geniiemen, that they are iIuCouiris Hub: I passed a law erectpers :
r-:udy to enter into the duties of great respect, your obd't serv't. ing tiuucacujico, in lie Stale of \ eia: AiD

the appointment, which are to b togr.uuitously I RICHARD HUSH, trUZtllUI4 poll ot liitry It is to Oe uljc.n-) Political &

perfor ned, The H sin. tht>* Speakrl' of tile ed itnin rdi-tely tor the coasting trade, .. pI

as fcuch aid should; be afforded sp soon House cf Rrp.ctentatives.I and oneOcumer I yearaiu-rtne! date of the law, 41.LIIE; main object of I I '

by Wcdntsday 4. lt.26 0, lot tU1'tlgn commerce.A 1 publication will be I
the United Slates, as was deemed I tit. Juurnul. nif nt of the resources )' !

esscnualio successful execu Mr. VVnittlebey *i f Ofrio, fron. the _'_ tit-It ot this young, but V

tion land committee: made an unfavorable ArrivAl ; tant section of our con.mon
of the task. It was deemed ,of the tyuJFleet..-Anttaci ex.
b)' these gentleman essential that report en th, petition of Ar ot k letter ilalc'u xlavana, 2uth lie: Connected with this object I

skillful nauld Guillemard ; which Was ccuiDcr, JdJj, to tilt editors ot the and its results, will be. the

Engineers should be appointed laid on the table. Cliaricit; \ ), sas :_U The long intelligence of every <<
by the United States to lated to interest and benefit
d.tion; arrived
expecteu exj Here on the .
Mr. Foray i h laid the followingupon
nit the vindication of
accompany the commissioners in lolii 1US cO.tI: >>lang of the iDeria, Lealtad ,, our
the table : 1'erla tion, the support of our
nuking the necessary explorations Inhales, Vciig.idore brig,
Resolved, That the Secretary .HtVill nlneliansporu\ : under with! promotion oi our interests, I
and the memorial asks of convoy
Americans* but citizens of
of War be directed lo commun1.1 lauu troops on board. One ship with
Congr ss the aid to ena 1'he will be its
ble necessary cate to this house the Uf aoui Jlu neil on board, naa not yet arrived, paper as
them to enter immediately on and 7u\J n\nt i> it., bald, were landed in: eminently national. It will
the work. Mr H. said he to the Commisbi mers for m got i'ortu tti .0. row views.- will be devoted :

that whatever might be presumed the ating the treaty with the Florida 4. i he:two frigates, Ibena and Lealtad, will encourage no prejudices.

final Indians : the extent ofthe reserves are new amps: : ol A .are class, .uountui designed at once for the I '
decision of Conirre&s.... on the of the scholar,
odd improvement :.
made to cenain Chiefs ; the amount hit> guns eaCH, and are very fine
Subject of this Canal it dueto the
was vessels. Two of science, professional: man
of paid under the brigs war are to sail to .
,the respectable source from money day in que. iot tne raising ship. tile merchant, the mechanic, I
the for which it
treaty ; objects 4' of religion the freemasunt :
this memorial emanated, \ nc arrival of this fleet lIb inspired
that it should receive the most : was paid ; the present situation the government with' mure confidence thropist, the statesman: the
ofthe Indians and the ISO tne newsmonger and the
complaints, account of III sailing nod been received -
respectful consideration. He therefore : Every effort will be made to
if any, against the said Treaty ,until the schooner Col. Annisteid
moved 'hat the memorial and I thing at once nourishing
wiia other information or correspondence arrived here, when it was seen ja the papers .
thr any for these various tastes.A .
act of the Legislative' Councilof ot your city, which was confirmed a
t-.uctiing me condition liberal of its -
PUrida) lew days afterwards portion
be printed for the use by a despatch OVeruud
f the uembers., Mr Hayne theD 1 I I of the Florida Indians at this noui Trinidad, when a vessel had occupied and by original article
time. arrived which had spoken It." ture science i and tile
presented the memorial of James ents, and acquirements of
The resolution lies the table -
Gadsden upon who
and Edward R. Gibson men are pledged to
kommissi one day according to a rule From the; Gothen .)\"Y. Patriot Dec. 12. a sufficient guaranty for the

LrgttUlnrr< neri appointed by the I ofthe house. Jfreuchuj Promtte.-At the Court of ty and value of those articles.

Council of Florida, Common fleas, tick at this place last interesting new works, which .

"td examine in.o the expediency iniiBi nwwt etcwM week, a: cause of this description was to time may issue from the _
Jf opening a Canal through the Bolivar and Jrazi/.-There has tried betWeen Dorothy .Acitc .n, plain this country and Europe 2
'Peninsula froVihcwater miff; and W m. Eihk, defendants I\\e'were and criticised. The
of Florida lately found its way into general
not the trial but infer of
present during we gress our own literary
the of the Gulf of Mexico towaten'ol I circulaiion, by way of Hartford, from ihe charge ofthe Judge,.that. the be strictly attended to, and \ ___

the Atlantic," ac- I (Cou. ) New York;, und Pernambu- case wai a very aggravated one. The ,pointed out. The diffusion _

. COrnpnLC4 by the eaiU act,' ancf J leo, a paper: purporting te bo u ,families boiu ndcs wcro Hspccublc-. t: by. omnou.. l1ools, a adcIWc

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Err\.C.\\.L\ Going Going GoneA.! ,1iiriff'tuperior a\e, Pensacola BOOk Store. Fruit and Ornamental Trees*

ind B. two auctioneers were ;C-
Court West Florida.Thot. .
S fie.
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: The 'Vih erness. markably disproportioned "
There is wilderness dark stature. A. was a mere dwarf, Comyrtt Er'r. o/ JUST received per Brig St. Clair, di 'WmQ IPmu (uJ
a more Th u,. Comyiu deceased, I from New-York, and for sale as !
.. Than of fir Huron's shore and B. tall. At a public fi. { 9,
proves on ; very v*. :I.Frandco above, an additional assortment of Books, PaOP1ttT0a0TUXLinuan
And in tlut cheerless region, hark sale, A. mounted a hogshead partly ..MdrirmUanodefit. J among which are the following Botanic
How serpents hiss, how\ monsters roar,! filled with snuff in bladders, ..Jlarentmy NEVVOltKS.. Garden.
vittue of this execution I have ta- FLUSHING, LONG JSJq,,\ 0,
:, 'Tis not among the untrodden isles which stood on one end.-As hewas r ken the right, title and interest of Kothelan, a Uomancc of the English Histories 0\.FFERS to the public, his very ex..
\ ;- Of nISI$ Superior's stormy lake, repeating one and ten, one this defendant, to all the remainder of the Wi tensive collection of the choicest
Where social comfort never smiles! and ten, going, going, going, gen- Stanhope's Letters on Greece, in 1823 fruits, the selection of which has been

Nor sun beams pierce the tangled brake :: tlt'men-the head gave way, and Unsold Land and 1824, with Documents on the Greek made with the greatest care during more

A. descended out of sight-gone !! Revolution, and the life of Mustapha than half century, and to which large recent *
Nor is it in the deepest shade Ali, additions have been made.
Of In dill'. tyg r-haunted wood ; says B.-and the sneezing of A. contained in the "Casa Blanca tract" of Buchanan's Sketches of the North Ame- The assortment of

Nor Western forests, unsurvey'd, left no doubt of the fact, for tho' rican Indians, with a plan for their melioration trees, flowenng shrubs ornamental _
I Where crouching panther lurk for out of sight, he was not out of E 1C &lliIPm '=plants, i is also very extensive.and_

blood : The effect the crowd Theodoric, a Tale, and other Poems
hearing. on adjoining to this City on the West, and I by Also,of Bulbous flowers, which

'Tisin the dark unculturedsouf, was indiscribable. bounded on the south by Pensacola Ray, Thomas Campbell, includes 620 varieties of Tulips, 380 of
By education unrefin'd .- and shall proceed on Tuesday the 4th ofApril The Cook's Oracle, containing Receiptsfor Hyacinths, besides a great variety of otlu c
I next, at 12 o'clock, at the CourtHouse Plain Cookery, &c. &c. &c. species The green house departmenthas
Where malice foul An Inn thousand
vices Keeper
hissing: not a of the British the
Biography also been
Stage being extended, and
I o sell at PUBLIC AUCTIONfor now
I : And all the Iritcful}
passions prowl miles distant wishing to furnish Lives of the
cash the defendant's : principal Actors Actresses comprises above 100species,
The frightful wilderness of mind. right to so much among
! OSBORN. bis table with all rare delicacies of the aforesaid tract of Land as will payIhe which are the most splendid and ram

I :- --------I-I-I--- within his reach, and having sum of two hundred and twelve dollars The History of Matthew aid, by the kinds including 30 kinds of orange!*
.' heard that pickled olives were 75 cents debt, and all cost then due author of Valerius &c. I lemons and citrons, 28 of the camellia
f A.M3Sl.Vli.. upoii this. writ. Ilallam's View of Europe, during the Japonica Japan rose, 200 of geraniums
praised by epicures, although I ,
Middle Ages, 45 of heaths and and bohea
I 4&anian'a Log.-A.A seia';; ;I he had never tasted the fruit himself !I I\T. Davison!; The Spanish Daughter, ;. tea plants olives, In)riles green, cape jasmins.

1: :'. who had been steward of a vessel I purchased a quantity from a I ; Sh'ffEi. County. The Human Heart, ,r &c. &.c. In the collection are about 10.00(>

from Quebec to Dublin, entered a worthy grocer of his neighborhood. :SheriJT Office, The Highlanders, a Tale, grape vines of the finest Kutopean kinds
: Tensacola, Dec. 1st, 1825 tO lamts. Scenes in Scenes inAmenca for wine and the table
compliant against his captain, for ,, --- -- Europe, anti above 500 varieties
The Blank Book ofa small of the most beautiful
Colleger, rose, including
having given him several beatings He bore home andthat
his prize, Living Plays, 4tk, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th 5i kinds of Chinese monthly roses:: .
of which he kept a regular log;, he might be assured of their SeTitYSale,. and 10th volumes, and 9 of the Moss rose. Also, 73 varieties ..

# and produced a paper* on whichr power to please, he tasted the TOGETHER IV1TH ofthe double dahlia. The new catalogues -

were the following item to the_ pickles, when lo instead of pleasing Superior COUNt West Florida. Paley's Works complete, in 5 vols. l for HaS are just published, and

r ,, credit of the Captain. his palate an he expected, be ,T lm: J James Inner aril y, Itollihs Ancient History, 8 vols. may be obtained gratis ot \Y. llascli Hunt.
h Juric5.. Wind fair YS >fi. fa..Uillml Plutarch's Lives, 8 vols.) and orders left with him, or forwarded
-Captain L found them
truly- de la Carrcra ) Josephus's'orks, 6 vols. jer mail to the proprietor, will meet witltprompt .
in a foul bad humour ; only said I disappointment was extreme. b t. virtue cf this execution and the h Hamilton on Pnrgatives, attention, and be shipped to.any

; tiM-re. was, no land like the land of He raving, swore the olives were I) proceedings in this suit, 1 have Armstrong on Typhus Fever, port designated.

: Liberty, (meaning America,) for: bad ; that the grocer had pructis:: taken the right of this defendant to'" the Mane and Tully on Fevers! November 18th, 1825-38-tf.

'\vnich f. .taiU said he would take ed upon his beat customer a d-dyank.ee I' Orfila'j Practical Chemistry by Coxe, i'E W-YORK MlilROR .-

the '* hUn) to give mt a kick rric k. I n \iO\3Sfc & LOT Powel on Contracts, ,
.. .. Morse's New Gazettt'erlancer's -
.. .. A>DLadies'
in the a em : did so according .. ..
post In the midst of his ravings twoof :
\\ Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket, Literary Gazette.D. .
Y-a i rud 1 hard one. his friend, with rather suppri of ground% situated No. 296, on Government Milton's orks, 2 vols. gilt,

0 u June 7.-Wind changeable- or pretentions to the title of epicures Street in this City, and shall proC I Thompson's Seasons, 1 \ol. gilt, C. \\()\ \iki8S,

W<.& ivniarking: that the breeching stepped forward and desired CC ( on Tuesday the 4th of April next Beauties of Shakespeare, do. JVo. 4 Canal Street, JV. Orleans, -

ot gun was out of orderCap to taslf %Im j "Y &nkee trick." at 12 o'clock, at the Court House, to sel Campbell's Poems, do. ID KING Agent for the above public
the same at PUHLIC .ltrCTlOJ\\ Hervey's Meditations; do. W
tion will receive subnc-ribcrs
tain desired mind at $ 4
me to my own He produced the same presuming cash, to satisfy and pay the sum of three. Pilgrims' Progress, do. annum, payable in advance N >. Ito
per << ;
at :'he sa.ut: time his io lei me would confirm his and I Ii Works 2
they own opinion. hundred three dollars 19 cents fordebt Pope's rols. rjo. 14, are just received. The above is a
r: knuw that my buck was turned to-.. ; Bni the \agR! consumed I i and all costs- then due on thIs writ. Lights & Shadows of Scottsh Life, do. weekly publication, printed in tne royal

I. 'werdb him Kemaik*Captain the whole .nd then imformed him I : \v. Davison, ALSO. quarto form, on fine paper, with a burgt -

-_ Cuii'i bear to nt-ar Any one lay hufi. that Ihey had played the \ ankretrick l Sh'Jflia. Cour.ty The Sorrows of Werter, Vocal Standard, nis type and in neatness and oeaut} ok"workn'.anslup

I h' ..ip be'nt the brat on ihr s.utiou. for the olives were truly excellent. Shrrif* Office, Life of Franklin, Paul and Virginia is surpasstd by no periodical

I "Junr25.-WtndSS. E.-ToldCdptain ) The poor Inn keep.'r was I Pen ,
: could not grind .:.ny mure as much astonished! as mortified j together with the stock heretofore on:

I coif'-e. You cangrmU (says he) and! has not situ c been heard to | UK RIFF'S SALK.County I ;fund' composes a verextensive: and general 1826.

; N suysl.: Tbeo u hat use have s al: yitikre trick.VlltiSU. Court Escambia I : assortment oi" books, and will!! be
I- you ilk all them gnndi-rs. saiuhe YI County. sold at the New-York prices for ca.sh.-
Ice .MiamV) Country Merchants
and public
I of private
and .Knocked uut my fron I: \J: \)\) l) 'Ol"t< r of I..H. Chap. I Libraries furnished on the most liberal : Just Received and for Sale

too'h. Kl'marks-Cdptain would ) per Ilrijf Amos Palmer cc s'd, >fi. fa. terms, and such books as are ordered and :
go more rhau an ur-u's lengtn f u KKCEIVFI W York, and Harriet tromOrleanx i I' V8.filliam. I are not on hand, will he procured with as AT THEPensacola
;- Dj j jkf.. D-d f ,nd of puns. Pi.' \{ King, J l little delay as possible. Orders fran a Book Store,

pa '.;11 him j yet lor i h t'm. Thirty eight Cases and Hates D Gouts. p \irtue ot' this execution and the .:distance will beas promptly attended; to b) ./,1 ...i1)C!)
.* y I'} i i proceedings had in this cause, I have and meet with' the same liberality as a .
1. Fine
July breeze suited th' ,
sirong ; Btwm comprising, j ta kcn the right of the defendant to the&tAT personal application. Louisiana &
, s ) ten km,u hour (' Ullbl ic Prints Missiesippi
, 'i g ing :: ait ; ou I Super S W. Hasell
1 old Captain tlv; berf was tuyn Common do. do. Hunt. ALMANAC FOR 1826.
z VIOVS.E. April 12th, 1825.
r (; but sound ; ;in tolJ me I d1.'- Fiviich..Callicoes.fanb..i. ,,_. J..lrnn.f', T.3WH.' Price-pergroce, 55 10

'. I' ed sound tnrrshing tot I<4Yc' Hnmbazi'tte, assorted colours, dozen, 1
curir ot r ilu'ox) and Intendt'ncin Streets FOIL H
.OA.L.E. sinid Icon 1 2A
info bo ; said I coul''n'1 lei a bi. of Hos,en, ekptnt worked robes, fomjeiiy e.,,
occupied by PasquierXc '". Hunt.
. it Iigt ) m) sm-::1:3h: as it was u I.are ball dresse! *, now! in the possession of Noah HlIen, THE: following very valuable property,
-J- Brown & bleached shirting &.she ctinj in the City of Pensac )la. O"toherTth. 1825.JLM' .
t: u4h as a cablr! ; .hm, says ne, : and !siill! proceed on Tuesday the 4th I and it? immediate ,
vicinity, -
do' do. belonging to
Superfine: ) davo| April next 'at 12 o'clock) at the \
shall ,
luii of
; y u get you > ily) :: Col. John R. Fcnwick-offered for sale RECEIVED
r 1'lauls, Stripes, Inttii! > aivl lurnitureclu ; ,
Court House; : to sell at Public Auction for
: f.pr's tud ; rapiuin stiirti.ig" k'lIg' c. c''j' 'j, the right of tins deft mlasit to the FOR SALK AT THEVeusucoVa
; > ih .;n aimver ; will make him 12 boxes boot & >lioes tin:' & r.l;Jr. c, :'Pf';rsaid Lot, to satisfy this writ and ajl I his duly constituted agent and attorney Boot StoeAN
sinan: i.t it. 2 trunk; J :'(.lll' >"' silk, Mohair, and Moroccosiiues {::4 thereon due 1. i in fac .. ,

JO ;
July -Captain scolding
me VVm. Davison
: I J crat:.. &. 5 lihd!. crockery, chir.M and I Blank Books
aU day, and gave mt' a Mow on the g'ass'; ""t', Sh'Jftis Cy. mlouse. by the ,

cb'-ek ; Loid kn<>ws Captain hastoo "ca'fa 2 Hunks! atsj-rtcd &a' ill!< ij, Sheriff's Office, ;pleasantand Playing Cards,

uuch jaw of his own at ail I 10 cases wnper, line, com'n & wo')ihtts, Pen'sacola' Dec J, 1825.-41-lamts.Ciaibornc desirable residence Ifnot soon sold, Letter Paper
times t" having mint 2 tntnkifitlc c-afrriy, I will be to rentby the year.to an approved ,
attempt any I
t, to do with another's ; I'll make; i, 2 case* 2 links rri.i' made clotning;, \:iii-K2; : Y1gSlelt.. tenant, together with some furniture. Penknives, &( &c.
( 5 pip( s old t.'og. lirundy, A Lot adjoining the South corner of: W. Hasell Hunh
hii lauga on the wrong side of 1 pipe: one | j p.pt| : old Madeira vine, ..Lail.. Redding Street, at the upper end of Pensacola
I 19th Dec. 18 -$.
hs .h for all this the
In sha'ntbr
; nuu ; 100 sxcksgrouiid salt. : > UE on i hursilay at J 1'1.. public square. '

always a letting his h.'Id goc 4 tuns iion. Assorted sizes, r_L' Closes on Friday at 10 A. M.fi &00 of Laud Clock & \Vtnick ..

,4 c -<- by jowl with my chaps ; no 4 bundles steel, I 1 allahas ee \1ail.flue Yipens THE SUBSCRIBER
?1 3 casks hoes' more or less, fronting1 St Rosa Sound, ,
cl could stand it.
II 13 qr. chests fresh tea, assorted, on Sunday a. J I*. M. and opposite to the City of Pensacola, fixed his residence in this
Thi :Magistrate after Closes on Sunday; al 6 I I'. M. HAVING
2 boxi-s anI to the
mus' has
1ie improvements of Judge now on hand, and will
the complainant: on U 1 box Cayenne pepper, llo'hertlitchell.. Krackenridge ; situations like this are keep constantly for sale,

: itlj: nutty and novelty .1 his L log 5 hhils, Orleans sugar! new crop, Post Master. destined to become valuable as residences JL IIA.YD5IOESSOJtTM1UfT OFa

b ,k, debirtd the clerk to ..give'Steward 20 hbls. fresh flour, !'e!;;'xacoia, Dae. *?lsM825- t. for the summer, as well as for the cultivation Vi rJDq-

a summons *o t his 20 bags Ltavaugrven coffee. of the Orange, &c. &
; Cp am, to answer the complaint.b : 70 Avpens of Land,
ps. Kentucky bagging45 ,
ps. Scotch do. 1 i'is my intention immediately: to inst. more or less, about three miles! north of TRIMMINGS;
Jl Rowland for an Oliver -A 12 ps. Tow do. U ''tute a suit-in the :Superior) Com of Pensacola, and known by the name of and will attend strictly to any work in his

fitsh *.rl' Y :111kt', uti a p"ddtiJ.g'vUo1 70 coils bale rope, i the, Wesltrri District of Florida, to {n bymnes-a, on which there is a comfortable line business, which may be entrusted
'ra.t State 250 pounds bailing twine, held at Pensacoiaon( the first Monday ot I dwelling and outhouses, and was occupied to
through arrh..d 2 tons assorted casting, Maytext: on a certain Mortgage, bearing II. some time since by Col. Walton- Clocks and Watches of alt kinds repaired
in our village lust week Indt""ldt''lt da,. 15th at short notice.
15 boxes old ciaret,| Septeraber 1821, given by there is an excellert stream of vvitermnnincr -
of the usual supplies, 4 boxes old port, .t harks. Heeler to Charles- Ivy for securing tliroutrh this tract- of--- -Innrl-..-, -anrl.. .it i. hI Jo His shop is on Palafox Street. a iew-
Jt at'jn; it seems, had .aded to 30 bbls. whiskey, the payment ot bH4 dollars principal, well timbe'red-there is not, perhaps, in doors above Mr. Patterson's shop, on the
E: Ij 2ii9 sck of nicknackif a number 10 Wood's patent ploughs, with the interest due thereon. The 'land this vicinity, a more eligible situation for 1 same side. S
4 20 kegs ground pu.f1ts.'assorted: colours, botind! by f.ud Mortgage consists! of 320 a saw mill. A. Knapp.
, oi watches to bedipotd ot either ;
75 kegs tar, arpens, situate on UieJCorth western side ALSO, Prnsacoh 1st
; : 1825.-40-tf.
L in tlv bartcrin line or to be ot t the of
Sides soul leather, mouth Kscambia River, on a part Sundry articles of household furniture. -
? twufified ':JfS as oppor unities: I for Sules: upper do. ofhicn the town of Ueelcrsvillc is laid Robert{ Mitchell s'rrl' \ UN l\\,"'i.ON .
dn tide ofl'eied. Cah'cs'Skills out. ,
t. lug Ii Meeting
8 bbls loaf and lump John Lee Williams Agent & Attoiney in tact, HAND AND FOR SALE AT .THE
Du'ch wrll known sugar
a vagrmt, 'n for Col John Fenwick..
; our sireits, with 'a long brass 30 baskets su ect oil, Attorney lor .Mortgagee. Pensacola, 4h Jan. 1826_-45,-,[ Pensacola Bookstore,
-. 25 boxes assorted! window glass, Pensacola, 3d D<*c. Ih25--41-2I1n14m. Jin Assortment Stationary consisting of
chain dangling! at his fob Jonatl.4 I
45 "
cut nails
kegs / \UILLS,
Warehouse superior quality,
: hit him for a trade 'unsight, qr. casks Madeira Tcnerifle and Malaga at St. Marks. >. J Letter, Folio and Cap paper,

-, 'Ur. ttn.' Tomy was his man wine, for sale by \J ui\ed : teslote\, fllHE JL the subscriber hag lately erected near Wafers: Sealing Wax,

T .: usu..l preliminary s 'being Stone Nisbet. and landing at St. Marks, a commodIOus Peg, Cork, Glass and Pocket Inkstand$

Br- :1 i: ti i, the watches \\ ere deposit December 10th, 1SJ5. -H MOBILE. lie is secure WAREHOUSE, where Red Ink Powder
prepared to
:t.1JIIE] undersigned respectfully informs receive goods, either Japanned Sand Boxes, Paint Boxes,
.i in i be hat of a third on Storage or Commission. :
pt'I'I'n'J \) r lC b. his fnenus! and the public, Ued Tape, Indian Rubber,,
: n' umpire tnendrtw 'ut the firstvtdtch. 'hat his i house is again opened -Win 'V right. Lead and Slate Pencils, Crayons j
i That'said Jonatnan 4iB, the I LL persons indebted to the estate St Marks Camel's Hair
r of James H Starr :: E: :: for their accommodation Dec. 20th. 1825.-47-tf. do.
!! D uchnian't wa ch." The other, hereby requested to make deceased immediate arc .g, ::'.:.; His bar room, dining room and Xti- !e Pencil Cases,

Vu-cli (which proved to' 'be payment; and those liaving.demHiuIs bed chamocrs, having recently Indeliblt ink, Drawing Paper fi J
are l.i1lJE
: wooden one !)WMS drawn, Dat I,7 requested: to present them at my office, 11Iht'rotllC! : considerable repairs and improvements co-partnership between heretofore exist- Bonnet Boards, j
he trusts will ing Wm. Wright & Charles AISO
they be found
for i
. cries. honest tommy, 'ish de Yan- duly proven, adjustment.' comfortable and convenient. He has Pindar is this day by mutual consent dis Clothes and Hair Brushes,

kc 's vatchAI fir LJck !l' ex- i ,\ m.. Davison. been particularly careful to have good solved. Common Scissors, Razors. .

claimed chop-l' .lIen Jonathan, JZxecutor. beds, all of hich are now new and clean Tallahassee, Dec. 20th, 1825.-47-3t. Superior Windsor Soap and

hi'itiing up the apology, for awa'ch Pensacola, Dec. 20th 1825.438w.Superior His;, bar and table shall be.lS well sup- Sea! Island Cotton Seed Common Watch Keys. ,
pli4(1 as the market will enable him. W. Hasell Hunt.
its His
by chain, 'a tarnal Court stables {\ '" \ Bushels of a good quality, at .
I Dutchman the are large find convenient and will I IIt'U'tU 1 Pensacola 15th Oct.1825..
got rig g bushel deliverable
onter a Of the Western District of Florida. be found well stoied and well served per at _
: Yank, t'Vho'd thought I it !' John Innerarity & One of his stables has a ground floor for- St. Uoaa sound, can he procured by application Collector. Office, District of Penaco/Q, '
' \Vnile tne :Yankee stood vi, wing James Innerarity the; use of race hones. Having experienced subscriber. : November 24th 1825. >

his watch, with emotions thai surviving partners and active servants and being him- Geo. 'V.Bar ley. Notice is Hereby Given,

b partook less of anger than of chagrin of the firm of John MAT TEnl, 1826. belt devoted to his business, he hopes togive Pensacola, Jan. 6, 1826-45-3 1. TO Masters Vessels trading to Pen-
Forbes & Co. con tent me ni to such as may favor Lost sacola, that the 17th section of the
Tommy, not saiisfird withb him with their sometime in June last
'VI.William company. Families mlY Post Office LaW,will be strictly enforced
a triu'nph, observed tha: 'dewomitn B. be accomitodated with A
Patton. private rooms. Jy'ots of: Hand from this
: watch would make good Notice is 'Y. Roberts. date.Geo.
Hereby Given, mOR the sum of two hundred nutmeg. 'T t'1I, exclaimed Jonathan suit between 03: >The Cahawba signed by William
THAT! the said partiei papers Journal Montgomery Loftin and Geo. Drfi. Collector.
with exultation 'and that day instituted, and a writ of Tuscaloosa Mirror Louisiana I Lumming, and payable to William B Pensacola Nov.25th, 182S--39-tf.
there watch of ybur'n would make attachment issued against the property c Advertiser, and Gazette, Pensacola, will]I 1 Wills, dated about the sixth seventh of ,

, A xuod nutmeg-grater, for the | the Defendant. please insert the above once a week for I July 1824. All persons are hereby forewarned Deerskins and Beeswax.

real block* !' John Lee Williams two nionthsanU forward their accounts t-j, from trading for said note.for it is will be
sue if Q in the, Commercial the of the THE highest market price giv
Register Office, for property subscriber.
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