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: February 1, 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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Pr\LIIBED STEftr SiTvaiiiT, Pacific Ocraft The. inhabitant -'I ance.stors,& for'the performance of Rttzrt8eiaiion'T'hr.* tat ;:V ofreprc&eDtauon I'tuiioos, andttpecitlJy' : tfie. .I'1s1I1Lbutio ':

:BY W. HASEhL HUNT of this Territory will .enj.y which "' ? answerable Ao posterity TrTCongress, is one: justice between man iiu. -
Sow EDITOR AHD PROPRIETOR a f shares of the lucrative pro- I : ; to: elevate" the f'-nd of our member for every 40,000ot'' thereprtsentative i Inan." ?.;'

pttbtither of the Lau of the United State fits-of the fur trade, which is nuw : natlvltythe home of our &ffectio pupulation of the U 'I'I -n----- : .

and of the Territory of Florida.SuBscaIrnoxYcar principally monopolized by the I i is, the sanctuary "of ,ranonalfre I nittd S
; Half 5 3 British. They can also carry on I i dom, to that rank which she I apuoriioned_ according to the ceo Galaxy says. as'K
Quarter year year 1 50 a profitable trade in leather, or I al: ears 'dettinru to reachj in .order MIS of 1820, as followso. : to speuk to the audi,,* .

Single paper twelve and an half cents. .. hides, which they may, in the that by her pow.r.an1 greatness \ of'R p'.. Pr,/ ul lfon... ence, and milany wish to know what .
Subscriptions payable in advance. name abundance procure, as the she may awe and Ultimately 34 New York, 1,368,775 he had to aWe give the folio* V

ADVEHTISIKO-Every advertisement Republic of Buenos Ayres, from extirpate the spirit of oppression, 26 Pennsylvania, 1,049 449 ing as what he undoubtedly' felt,
of the width of one column lines and of measuring this the numerous flocks of cattle am extend the cheerful influence 22 Virginia, 859,303 and would have uttered, had. hipiiecus .

first not more insertion than one twelve dollareach weekly type continuance which will feed on their pl.lina- of I ib.'rly from t>ne end of the earth 14 Ohio, 581,431' : -!tct V
fifty cents; longer and wider The wild aheep of the Rocky 'o he other., 13 North Carolina, 556,851 : "stern t'frct'* of jusuce to listen. V

ones at the same qte. Uule and figure Mountains is indigenous in the O- .13 Massachusetts 1 '523.287 YANKEES BOSTONIANS and.Loy* .
doubleprtce-fbr the first insertion. The wool is .k' the i1onireaH1eralilof Dec. 1T. 12 K I" :
work, regon Territory. represented ntuck) 513,623 I ZRS I Hear me for ri., cause, ah
Advertisements will,be tastefully display and hursday small br. ught. us .h: .
fine and South
as silRy, Carolina, 399,351 be silent that you'may hear ; believe
of them and
the nature ,
ed, according capable of being mude into the Un ted Sates papers coraiulI1gIr 9 Tennessee! for -
will be measured by matter of this sized 390,569 me mine honour,' ..and
'pc.Vh n inserted at intervals (that finest of broad cloths. This mightbe Adams' first Mrs5age to the Maryland 364,389 have refiut"io mi.ehonour' that '

is, not inserted every week,from the first made a source of profitable: manufacture Lnn ress. Maine, 298,335 you may believe.-Censure'me' in' ,. i.
tt the last insertion) each insertion will with uthrr woolen .1 5 to 1 he Messgebtfore us, i itUIl 7 Georgia, 281,126 your wisdom, and awake you? ,.-

fee charged as a new advert sement.- goods sold on such terms as would ears to us to be one ul the 6 Connecticut, 275,208 aentet, that you may the better .
advertising payable alwayson
Amounts demand.for supply the use of those ot European mo t important documents, that. 6 N'\v Jersey, 274, 51 judge. If there be. any in thin'assembly ..
Vm be manufacture. There me p\r 'emanated flom the Unitti5t. 6 dear whom Xliave .
(a.Y: Liberal contracts maae N-w-Hampshire, 244,161 uny ... friend,
.with those who wish to advertise by the. many other nducm..tt. which .- es. 1tdevrlupes a n.w erjs.ii I 6 Vtru.cjH, .. 55,764I gutted 'and. forgotten, to him
year. r will call the at ten ion Congress, it st tn '11i tory and politics, U; I 3 Indiana, V r46trxr r.at t'ayntrarmr.V1I l1-; \
jjT All communications to the Editor at the present session, to tlUiTer leap, itt the mettaI and ci.1l 45taiijments 3 Louisiana, 125.770 cumsUn.e is no Usshan his. If V
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will be '
must or be noi post as paid suits or his they conve'ience.MJSCELLJ1A ritory. A bill was laid over at the of that country. 1slrng1y 3 Alabama, 125,779 thrn that fri.-nci demand why I.rl\j1

-___- _________ ._ _, last ssion, authorising a military. '-* .par: cl. lStes in thr tou- 2 Rhode Island*r 83.038 ran away from Boston, this.! is my
Y. ,I post to be established at tte mou. hI isning improvement t>t the stn" ; \ Delaware, 7(1,943 answer- not that I ,loveu Bogtoc, V

-.:=- -=-..- of the 0 egon ,river This, if ana discloses an anxious rhaJ.h l' 1 Missouri, 62,496 .ml the Americans,less, but that V
L---- From the'Southern Recorder. passed, would nave a goodeff.ti.! ofothe: and more ancient
Oregon -The: following de- restrving a large portion of me tries in every wa) worthy of a 1 Illinois, 64,843 ," more.'-:Had you rather

srripuon of this portion of ihecouiiry fur trade for our Ciz; ; ns, as 1 grcui' and flourishing nation. Thrtciproc'uy Territories. : hat "lhe proud<<\ represt-nta'ive of) _
is rendered more merest5iiK staled before. This branch is viry of vi.'w* w J'ICM i di-- Michigan, 1 delegate. I Shakespeare's; heroes" should V

by the circumstances that' valuable, and if'no other consideration dCII.s! with regard o oua'Ht i.ountryis Arkansas, 1 do. play to empty houses, and gt"t.no

G n. ral Floyd's Bill providing for was in the W4Y., v <.uld induce ai once hon,-ut ..(.LIe0.. Florida, 1do.. applause, than that the mauarisshuidaufftrb1meforhi8 .

its occupation will be brought up,' Congress to overluak all local ql' ,"l.d.-ral g.-veram ni iiid .aiis NtTE. flight,

al he presen: sessien of Congress. prejudices_ and establish it, : )C. u-y to ui.. It our Lit com- Pay of Members ofCongrcs*.*'-' and be hissed. As the Besioni

Oregon 7errf/ory.-This Territory which will be the first grand ate,; mer, ;ial me usurt s *. tovi success- FiOin the first Congress iu 1 80, ans lovvd me, I wept for their dis

bounds the vast dominion of towaids the settling and cons fUll lie UnSta. :es wtll un- inclusive, until the 4th of March, appointment i as they are rich, I
the United S an s on tne West quenliy civilisation' oi the coun- d redlyi-X.A: ; us in tie gr atCOfliitetCtc 1795, Senator* and. Representatives -i rejoice at it, end appeal to their

It ex.'ends from the 42d to the 49th try. ,j.tI1 which we have i received eachsix dollars charity as they applaud roe. 1

d.gseeof la.rude, and from the 'IH !|( ci '; and ;hus, wt may' rest as- for every 28 .miles travel.V From laugh at them j but if they bUft V

115ih to tue 125 h parallel of longitude From tiLe National Journul. surd, ,ch' s and prosperity i willtt the 5th of M.ircb, 1795, to the 4th me, let them ut The&e
west of Lon, on. It is The gener
bounded on ,the north by a. narrow have said universal-approbation, I." peace are Cultivated sev'.n dollars per diem, and seven joy for their pi y,on <** heart brck- V

belt of laud*, which separates our with whicn the Message of the and balm I aih d. As to 'he othergreat dollars lor every iw 'my miles travel en man ;" .cotu for their approbation .
possessions from those of Russia, President of the Unhtd States has : views of the U:,1 i d S'.aieSj and Representatives only six ; cuises for their displeasure.; V

<>>n the east by ,the Rocky moun- been received & read in those partsof it is only necessary to refer to dollars. From' the 4th of March, Who is here {base. 'hat he woatd '

tains, on the west by the Pacific, the Uniou from which we have them to be conviicd of their ben. 1796 until the 4ih December: fulfil his contract.. ? 11' any, speak,j '

and on the south by the Republic heard!, is the best evidence of ius fit to themselves and thtir infin- 1816, the per diem was si,x dollarstcJSenators for him have 1 (,ft't'oded."h, ...is / V ,
It is about 695 milesin nius & the general efforts cif.f and ,R here lo'rt.ideblat he would .
., of;>> M xico. happy adaptation to thejg encejon! the preseutativet.FnmTthe .. ". restut,' ... .
length, by 400 in breadth, and I disposition of our country.. That.a wurld.) It cannot however, escapetheno'iceof jith; orpecfem: : 1815, .an .inaujt:? If any j apeak: >.for bt'V, ': 1 {.. _
contains 575,000 square miles, I few dissentient: opinions should: the most careless 'reader until the, 4th December- ," 1817, have 1.i"\"nd.d.' W.ho'1a- btl'e J0 ."' r'

which if all, sufficiently fertile, : Lave been heard, 'WAS to be expected 4r the document bi'fure' us ; each Sr-nator and: : Representative ..vile._ ;,,that,would. .,.not. ., .kea. cuckold' ...( ,.I ; "_
would aupport population! of five' from the inevitable tendency .. : that Mr. Adams has! .taken a bold. receitfd. fifteen: hundred dollars, .n anyapeaK1rnux have. ox; ,* ., ''a''.; : -

or six millions. This immense in our not turf, to censure and$ I and decisive, step in behalf ory.h per annum', .with a. 'proportional I! fndzd., J. p4U8e.Vf9; ,, .P.rj.-! V. ,
Terrkory is almost unknown.- to detract ; aud particularly to,select may be termed the National! deduction for absence for any Aureal "'applauses, !firwJ: :crisror. ?r '
For the little knowledge 'we possess for the obj cts of reprobation Mind. The cultivation and extension cause bu s'ckmis. The. President J\/one Ifean, hone.Thrjovt. fain ..2ver. S ,.

we are principally indebted thue things which are most excellent oT those arts, which render of the Senate pro tempore, .. .Sean or no .piety. .&c. &c,." _
to the discoveritsbf Clark and of their kind.. It is a sufficient .. ankind happy, and nations and Speaker yf the House, three Then none have lotiended.. .1 dd -
'Lewis, which did not extend mur.h I testimony to the merits- ot' great, st med to I ave assumed a thousand do Hrs per annum each. no fibre, to you, than .you would -

.further than ihe banks of the Columbia this Message, however, that the primary place in his views, New From the 4thuf March, 1818, the now do to me, if you were not .a
i' river and its tributaries exceptions have been-ixcept in schools learning and science are compensationboth branches of I set of-fools ana jack-assts The .

lh. name of this was changed at one or two instances, where we to be, opened-monuments to bi- Congress, has been eight dollarsper question ot my 'superior! excellence V
toe Ust session of Congress, into are disposed to believe they originated raised: toc'immemmorate the ac diem and 'every '20 miles travel is enrolled in Noah'a AdvocAt-

Oregon, wnich signifies in the native in conscientious difference tiunsof; the great, and giv scope eight dollars.i'i.m ,my glory not, enuatrd, wher .m.I .

Indian language u the river of opinion-confined to individuals to talent. and mgeuui.y-ne"v di% 1 I was Worthy nor my offences: .. #-
that flt ws to the west." It has pre-disposed to condemn; and who coveries| are to be made-tnd jurisprudence : tnej\orfolk JScaCdn forced for which I endured hi&s "

four great branches by which itiesupplied. had previously evinced a deteri : \ to be revised and a- An unbeliever-no witness. ing and pelting at' New Yi
The north branch nation to attribute the unexceptionable -! mended Such are the present Bryant w. Tyson and other a.Dutrict .- are my friends.in theboxejf V
-whit'h still bears the name of Ore phrase and spirit of the: views of our neighbours ; and we Court. of the City and .who, '-though I never wished to

Sthi, Lewis and Clark's branches, President's language and course,to I Ian can assure them for ourselves, County of Philad-Iphia. fsearVor even think of Americans '

'wich are each large rivers,. 900 ---*\' thing'g rather than .pure motive that So far from beholding them Tried November 14111, 1825 before again--shall no.h. &'e a place jn
miles in length ; and the .luhno- and a patriotic desire to serve and with jjealousy, we hail them as bar Judge Hallowell, and a special my heart, as which of you snail .

mah, or est branch, heads in the promote the great interests entrusted Lingers of lasting benefit to themselves : jury 0 cot I \\ lib this, 1 proceed: thatas. .

Gaiiie mountain, wih tne Colorado to his keeping. Even one and much peace and goodwill A man in this rIse was offered denied my bebt lover, and abused -

and the Rio del None, which ur two of lhese individuals, how between I them and the great as a witness for the d fendan'.""- you to gratifY my vanity and .
empty into different oceans ; the ever heave been forced intu a very country to which we ourselves be- On being interrogated by the ili-tempt-r, I .snail repeat the same V

latter into the Atlantic by the Gulf reluctant acqui frcence in the general lung. plaintiff's counsel, as to his religious conduct whenever it,. shall please ,

of Mexico, the former into the satisfaction ; and have pronounced i \ .-GalCt7ZBU' belief, declared, that he I you to make me rich, enough .to .
Pacific by the Gulf of California. upon this distinguishedstate did not believe in fa.ure state olrewards be cross and linsol{: 1t. -
of Boston.-An abstractof .. .
Tht: Oregon after receiving the paper the eulogies of conquered the late return" of the and punishments alter .., A
jMultnomah, which is 1000 milesin prejudice and converted of Boston, made out from population the- this life, but that the only punishment From tk JdaltHiwrc.Citj GazetteWavhington "' ,

h l ngth, increases from-one( to scepticism. Such are the just tributes returns and laid before the Cit fur sin was in the present Jan. 3.Y"stt"I4. V
five miles in breadth, and weds : which have b..en so extensively Couniil the Marshal state of existence. the Pr lider.t'b house. was. opened .
by City
imh the Pacific in 46 degrees 15 rendered to a message, wor 'rh judge, after argument refused to all persons who were desirous, V
I stales that the whole number of .
of uf the intellectual sourer to admit him to be qualifieda to tffer their congratulations minutes of latitude. A branch thy ,
white 1 males is 27.911 white fe
the It'.non to the I'&EaibEnT and .
it If it opens ;witness and other -
the California mountains runs parallel whence has emanateu. males' a ; among
:. 28,453) coloured males 974
LAD three
his The rooms which
and expanded authorities, in of
with the sea coast 100 miles tOU8 grand colouft"d Icmalca 943 Total) quoted support
disiatu, in a due course north and views of our national prospectsand his opinion, inc decision of the nave htrttolore ,been. .thrown' open
in 58,28 Court of New York, as on these occasions, were crowded .
Miih. The country between this duties ; they ae only accordance Supreme
end the Rocky Mountains is une- with the age and circum- q- delivered by ,Chief Justice Spell with t1gersaDu citiicns. ; 'and, :J

\en, being a succession of hill and stances amidst which the b-.uniy From the National IntcUigenctr.understood cer, from lash, Johnson's Reports,' addition to tb'elet: the long,ro. ..
has Itident.i the Presi 98 ; Jackson vs. Gridleyu at the,east.ena, of the building WAs .
dale, of which some 01 the latter of Providence placed us. thai page .
are fertile. The ground is, Will it be contended that we are t as nominated to the Senate, Religion is ,a subject on which opened v8 a promin.de. for ,tic
for very miles covered whit a to throw Obstacles in the natural as C, mmissioners on. the; part 'of "very: man" has "a'right to think company.. Mr. and ,l\4"rt*. \dstfiiS
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beautiful ny growth of timothy and order of events lVil1 it be urg- this G otrernment to the Assembly according to the dictates of his appeared. in excellent health l ; U4V V .

clover wh.ch will be seen in the ed that we are :o neglect 'the advantages of An erican Nations at Panama,I own understanding ; it is a Solemn iht; number preieni: ,,:we: presBn\e, V

next covered with drovesof which are off-red; to us, Riiha id C. Anderson Kentucky, concern'..bttwcn hu conicicnce tins .rar.elyceen = exce ided :off :any V '
cattle and sheep,feeding on the and, by checking the growth nfl (at pr 'sent Minister to the Republic and his God, 'with which in g'ent, former: occasion./Among the mdst, V.

luxuriant herbage, and belonging. our, domestic prosperity. ,. doom.. .. I' of Colombia- -, -. .,). and. John. 'Sergeant ral, no,human.." ....tribunal' :hat. ''a'right. .::'.tracdve: .: of- .....tbe. ', '.COTeTIVetV'ibtO.. '!,-'j.,,, --- -A '. _
to man in a slate. 01 w civilization.From 'ourselves- to protracted iniancy. t of r.hiladelptii: ,. W ilium to m tJt1le. .pot in the deveiopemeat wlilCb' : the cUrnpn1iQCflCW
the scarcity of,wood,'if stone audi\ she wonder and ridicule of oiher B. Rochester of New York*, is no- of facts," and the .ascertainment selves, may :bena.med.' tbecd; lt'ptiCit. .
.. \ of truth human tfibunalt from the.Greek. Nation,, inaawhom V _
coul does not abound, tt.is.country .nations ? A nobler destiny a- initial :d Secretary to the Commission. : : .
better invites have aright to'lnterr e--\hej.are: 'we 'hate seldom seeD a .
vould be more suitable for a gracing waijis us, and a path .
and manufacturing 'n an -a* our steps. becomes, us to Tin nomination of the- President bound to see that no m n'.,rightsare g up'.or'Jin'01int j) DC Ttifcy. ; V

giicultural community One fourth prrform--our' part i in improving the : to the.Senate,.of the.Comnmsioners : impaired, or taken, aa't' -but appeared]Sa".sa ta; f&fte a: dip :.
uf th'w that part inheritance which. uur.'fathers discharged I to Panama, put van end*to I through_the medium or'e.li mony' 'and:genei'al iiterra.Tbe, 'taw ttndgit t ;'r' _
Territory '
part hich cohiai'ni .HarW tJ1ei.r.duty'jn obtaining for all rui nor .oil the subject those entitled to belief;, 'and no testimony'is >tcolJnel.:,ofihe dajr wal .... .: VVi
the Oregon .
and not to throw% all the bur .appoi Jment5. 'The .nomiriation i ,Entitled. : ,to :creditjT rales l ,> f Torabl6to t ne occfciujnforrai '; E\h. ;V, \
Republican, will, at a.Confederacy future day,'enter as .Ore, the us den;, of de'clopin'g.'t'char eter ot'otir ,has not been acted upon by) the dt'Ii'erectuDdr: the; solemnity 'of numfof, : di i .a1'4 ':gra ce'al. ,,V: .'
oiir posterity,' Senate. Thtre is 10me'difIerencr an oath 'or' ;afSrraation,- which ';Whic6liraVreil 'it..nclm\. -' .,
gun S'ate'J" and the:' city of\which.Or I because .we'Would! upoti ourselves rink of opinion, we believe- as. to'_ _the comes.home; to :the,'.c01lei V nce'o r cj" Ttd/: ifhai If: 'lettcitf {ibi 1:hetttibdae' _
Con will .riie on its banks,, from responsibility' 'We are call.ed : .- expedopinion eneyoftheMuion.- %* "Ihc* the 'witncss/and: 'will [cMiptite; | .tlis! 'coMrag-c '4or,Jhftcfiarmi ;.' VV
ahall rival ,New York or Phila? of the favorable from h"u'!)eUef th'at:. ;' 'ol SwiWf t! '" ...-* ., V
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.bn .-not.fjjr .a. lore,:of splendor : arising p ; ., !
hone delphia in their' wealth or of popula'.. 'nur.the'dcairrof', ail. i improper am- to ,the object; .the ,probability $ >'expose: him:_. to :punishment .ThcVusiibi. 'u' n,V.ibe. : Part: o1hefiitte "* V .. ..:
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busy : .the loud" call of duty the no s.IniiIots-wjll nolbp seriously in: Ihe/Ufe; to Cdm-On'V thfs .to'...,,,<"rt'ceijt'.. :.d

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H ... Jir .. ''- .- rn.' ! .. ..*. It *% -* > > .m - --w. S'nDtexpeetase'an1'.t
: ,, citizens, is peculiar to, aiBurtd.ui' the'lrtaldent'l. mirsage'that time, 'that. ,.Una, 'Territory, waft, ceded FOiL IGX.. ; tiie,.., ,
below 7d at all ..
Ministers of the United States a projectof erem?, *
tour tottntry-peculiar to, our re ; even the. to '
publican system ; ,and it is one Charles, .X.. .had 'not- relumed- .ah a canal through it should be on -- FrM:the tiaUimore City Gazette.Important ..- We give the above.opint ut bit

: which we should regret,to bee dis answer to the repeated and earnest foot ind I hope be on the point from! Gicceond, .Latest -.. our friends must judge Cor themselves -

.. continued. The occasion is one solicitations" of our minister of exc cution.Wliere. from Eurijic.--The Packet: to roach depending upon .
which brings together men of all on the subject, such a result may a sufficient ,supply of ship Don Quixote,. arrived at N. : the probable export from the United .

opinions; all crclsds, all stations in be anticipated ;-and; when information waiei( i can be brought to the high York on Sunday from Havre, States to this country.

solely" ; and dlrtcts the blended ; of it-is received, it will re-, grounds, over which it is desired brought to our c correspondents \Ve-shoald not expect above 12$

tide to one point-the offering of 1 main fbrcongress, who alone have to lead a canal, it can 'be the National Advocate.and Mercantile per cwt.>- for new Rice if co

a tribute affectionate respect to I 'the power to authorize coercion, made: ; and if, as has been represented Advertiser. Paris papers much. .

: him, whom we have chosen to fill i decide whether the United l, the waters of the Gulf of to the 44th November inclusive.The --'f: rJ.:,'

the seat oT precedence among us,. States shall submit, ; to.the loss ,or. lito are 'higher than those of following very important de- 1Pm A( &Ag'

the moral in- take efficient, measures to obtain the-AJtlmtic, with no intervening I the defeat of ... ... -,-
and to wear at. ,'least., ., .. ails respecting the : '
t' .
,aitp.ia of power. payment. grounds of considerable elevation, I Turks and raising of the siege of -SATURDAY- FEBRUARY.- - .aYerItt' -1826.w
Having performed this chief and no important streams or valleys Mi&solonghi, will be found very tansjicur.
; "
it ib From the Rakish Regis et. to pass, little more will be re- -.-_. 1- _
courtesy* pleasant to meet our nteresting. The Reschid Pacha, :
and North Carolina Go/rf.-We have quiretl than mere excavation and On perusing the treaty between the
fellow citizens
to reciprocate has been defeated and obliged to
and conversed during the locks. Under such circumstances Republics Colombia and Mex'uo, which.
,the expressions of good feeling, juard raise the siege of Mis&olonghi, we are unable at present to publish inertnzo
week, wi'h a Mr. Rothe, a practical a canal even for ship navigation -
S which flow with franknt*, & indicate notwithstanding the orders of tht we are forcibly struck with fUe
that the malignant thoughts Miner, from the mines of may be constructed, at Grand Seignor of Missolonghi import of the following articles;

which may have lived in the paatytai. Saxony, who has been in the wes- comparatively, a small expense.- or thy head." 'Great alarm exists Art. 12. To strengthen the

I. have pcrishi-d with it, 01", tc-': part of the State, in' esliga- The' New York canals, with all at Constantinople, and the Porte bonds of future union between the

* a* ;jst, have not had time to ope- ting the gold region. From the heir great aqueducts, feeders, culverts has rejected all intervention of foreign two States, and to prevent every

:Tau since it expired It appears; examination wnich he has made, embankments, and deep and bas determinedto interruption of their friendshipand
he accords perfectly in the opinion cuttnjgs several miles of powers
to us, that no man whtrse heart is try a sixth campaign. good intelligence, a Congressshall
'sound, whose principles are pure, expressed: by ?/r. 'Olmsted, the hardest rock, and witn lockage :Extract private letter of be formed, to which each
that this section of North Carolina for ascent and dose- ntof more ,shall send two
and whose purposes are honest, : Sept. 30, from Zante. "Reschid part plenipotentiaries
'can witness one df these annual is the most extensive deposit than eight Hundred feet, have been Pacha bein commissioned in the same
.c of Gold hitherto discovered in the constructed .for lest not discouraged by
r interchanges of kn neIB,.wi'lu-ut something the ,fruitless a&saults which he form and manner as are observed
coming with bis'opinion of world. We were pleased to kar than |wen y-rour thousand dollar towards ministers equal grade
auay had made and
'humiin nature somewhat improved from hi that a company is forming a mile, and havebeen completed I i upon Missolottgni, 10 foreign nations.
stimulated the orders of the
for even if hullow-heartedness in the counties of Rowan, at a rate of more than a mile ,in a by Art. 13. Both parties oblige
; Grand who 8iiiJ ** Mia-
xnmgles in the general festivity, it Mecklenburg, Cabarrus and week. In this calculation, that themselves to solicit the ,other ci-
Montgomery, for the purpose of of the improved .navigation solongbi or thy head, -commenccd States of
V ]g nt-rally exhibits so much discretion part terrible attack devant Spanish America
as to prevent the moral working those mines systemati of the: .Hucibon and the Wood a upon th u to enter into this compact of per

., taint fiom shewing or spreading, rally. At a mine recently discov- Creek.,, which are'in the line of the place about eight days; ago. A petual union, league and confede
breech in the "fortress
was opened
ered 3 miles above the narrows of Northern canal and which have -
itself. Where, as. in the presen } rushed in and made themselves ,ration.
case, it-is an annual reciprocation the Yadkin, 4 pennyweights p of kindness between the Chief day are found by ihe common canals' is taken into the account. pu'poseshall have been attained -
'Magistrate and his fellow-citi mode washing it. When ma. ; I )hope$ tht: Florida canal will be when the Greeks threw aside tneir general Congress of the
muskets and sword in tund
think in chinery is practically applied for I mack for ship navigation. If a falling American States shall assemble
zens, we a political, as the assailants rou.ed and ,
weii as in every other view, it is separating the gold trom tne sand worljwhich will be of incalculable upon composed of their plenipotentiaries. -

desirable, that it should be conse- there is no doubt but tht proceedswill advantage, not only to the :Territory put them to flight. The Pacha, Its object will be to con
after this defeat caused fortification
crated to posterity, as a custom be greatly increased. through which it will pass, a firm and establish intimate relations
I be raised in earth and
to ,
0 Identified with our' genius and the but if it be such as will admit the between the whole and.each

spirit of our inMitu tons.. The Custom-House Fraud. passage of ships, it will be of great uponit he established, :five pieces one of the States ; it will. serve as.
The Boston'Courier thus unravelsthe of-cannon of heavy calibre, with ,
---- 11 ---- importance ib the United States, a Council on ,great occasions ; a
From Ihe ..1ationallntellJPncer.. mystery in which the late custom and,.indeed, to the whole commer which he batttered the interior of point of union in common danger;

fire at the Capitol.-About 12 house transaction in Philadel. cial world. Every State in the.fortress. fhe Christians. being -, a faithful interpreter of public

o'clock on Tnunday night, \ in- phia, by which teas to an immense Union will'feel the advantages the:1 unable to silence this-fire, conceived treaties n case of misunderstanding -

cen. the Sergf'anof the guard amount were taken-from the possession shortening the passage 1 between the project of burying the ; and as an arbitrator and conciliator -

*on duty at the Capitol, being apprised of the Collector: (and by the Atlantic, coast and the mouthof I Turks in their batteries. They of disputes and differ

of an unusual light in the<< which the, Government are in a the] Mississippi. By the contemplated contrived a mine, and the works tnces." -

apartment of the Library! of Congress fair way'to lose/nfne: hundred.thou canal, the dangersvo! were so skilfully conducted that These important provisions will lead

.! alarmed the Librarian, who sand dollars revenue) was involv tne navigation round( the Flonfta not one of thebarbarians escaped we trust, to a consolidated government
the ed-"Mr. be avoided. The the explosion.. This disaster determined resembling ina.good degree that of the
instantly came to spot, and, onopening Thompson imported an cape] may passage -
. the doors, perceived apa immense quantity of teas, which will bt out of reach of any Reschid Pacha to.retieatto aware -of States.>the danger They of'ieem rival already politial to communities be

f-f the of wood were landed at Philadelphia, but Cuba which :Hpochori, upon the Evenus.
. : \ gallery, ( ,) ;power possessing without some salutary! check-
, t which runs round the apartment, not being ondd according to :,co n mauds the natural channels into Ib& him Pacha, after having left without some power or tribnnal to whose

(' to be on fire. 'He' immediately re- law, were stored by the collector ; the Gulf, and also out of the garrison at Tripolizza, marched equal justice they may with confidence
" books in but the United States have of upon Mistr4where he burnt two appeal: and to-whose wisdom and influence -
invecl the he alcove as no reach,, or at least.out the common .
. adjoining ; and, the alarm being warehouse, tluy were put into the track of the pirates, who have houses and! some churches. Pro When they this may desirable feel project disposed is to attemptedto subaut.

.. $ itd, the .citizens promptly as- store of the importer, he keeping so long sheltered themselves among ceeding afterwards upon Bardon- be carried into effect by the proposed
. S1llkld. An engine and hose one key and-'the collector another. the keys and islands near nica, he was stopped by the Congress.nt Panama (for there it seeips,

'W"1'f brought, and by the very ac- A Afterwards, bonding a certain, the extremity of our Territory.- Greeks, who were entrenched in is the place of meeting) we believe thte
' :ti.t' x-Ttions of the.firemen, aide number of chests wLh certain These considerations render the; some ,owens with a .,draw bridge. example,which the Government, of the
United States furnishes and which wilt.
ec' *iy a number. of member 'of marks, applied to the proper project one of deep interest to every He was making preparations<< for. naturally referred to on such an occasion

r C. ngrtfes, who vied with one ano- officer for the certificates, 'hAt he citizen ot the United States, siege, when the Hellenist! army, will find advocates among the wisest

1 if "thcr in their exertions save the might take from the warehouse and must unite the wishes of every under Colocotroni and other'Cap heads and purest hearts of that assembly.

. 'Library, the flames *,.re .extinguished 'those chests. He received! from .ont:for ira speedy accomplish tains, came up and, attacked him- Should the U. S. be ably represented In

" : in less than an hour. this officer the ceriificates of the ment.. While New York will partake The action was brisk, and the Pa that Congress, as the President desires
then to 'the force of
: .. Very few of the books, and those whole, in order to select thos of the benefits which the proposed cha,-being unable to make eitherhis |pIe will be ,added powerful our politicaJ and exam U\ing

& of little value, -are consumed.- which were regularly bonded being ; new communication will afford cavalry or his troops of the.I advocate, who can demonstrate; the.prao

;L some others, 'of crurse, are injured in possession of the whole, he it will unquestionably be of line manes*re in the crags of the tic operation of that government,which

't by the wet, and by a hasty removal took the opportunity to remove some :disadvantage to her, by diverting woody mountains, was compelfedto.retreat makes known its solicitude and its good

I' ; but the loss is trifling to from the store as many chests as u part of the trade that after having, lost 1200men. wishes And what by nation the presence the of its min has lters.-
on globe a deep-
what might have bt-en expected. phased, and actuallyold, a- \tould otherwise flow through her. He retired into a country cr Interest, both in a political and com

t.-'I': Tht ceiling_ of the saloon is partly greeablv to certificates thus. obtained Western canal. This, however, adjacent to ltonembasiacaUed mercial point of view in the stability of

? ,, ,, d str, yec:!. and me ui' the alcoves a larpe quantity of hese ought; not, and, I presume, will Ponte Alonia, where he is closely the Southern Republics than the United
' of this beautiful aparunent. It is teas to a house in Boston and nut, i indispose New York to encourage pressed by the Greeks. M. Reg- States ? ,. .
.. still larger quantity lo house inNew nault de St. dean Interesting is the moment, when a nation
bHievrd: that the fire originated a the enterprise ; she would d'Angely (son bursts the bonds of
'I fri-m t candle, left io the gallery! York When the transaction consider( herself a member of the of the Minister of State under the struggles with the oppressor servitude to befree.and

; by a gentleman,who was reading was discovered by the collector great family, and interested in the Empire) continues at Napoli the But more intere>>ting ,and dangerous i*

'ther* till a lee hour, 4nd which, the teas thus sold were seized prosperity of the whole, 40 which, organization of a corps of cavalry ; the period, after that sruggle is over, after

b"ing up staiis, was not noticed' by the marfahal and are held to alter the Erie and Champlain canals Colonel Fabvier is training the the right of self-government is acquired -
'. the .closed. the duties. It is a question a European of- wnen the people turn their attention -
; "t.en Library was pay are: made, I believe nothing troops ; artillery to the foundation of their institutions
.,' The unusual light was perceived to be decided by a process of law, \\ ill so much contribute as the ficers teach the Greek, cannon to ,and to the permanent establishment-
: ,, by Mr. Everett, of the House of it is supposed, whether the innocent : rluri4'a.canal.The man uvre ; and every thing is in of their political rights. Physical force
-'; Representatives, who was re'urn- purchaser who has in his national government has preparation for a sixth cam- can acquire'independence, but wisdom

illt;Lot 0 hi* lodgings from an even possession the ct"ruficatrs.which heretofore thought, thut the canS paign." and it. moral energy*are requisite to secures

: : : ing-party-' and who indicated it to have been uniformly taken to be \ tu'.on. did not permit it to aid from the Santtiiern Patriot. Momentous is the,occasion, therefore 5,.

to the Guard. Among the mem- evidence of the payment or security New York in. the execution of her Extract of a Letter. to our sister Republics of' the South'

: bers eatiiest! roused, and most active of duties, shall suffer the canal*.; but scruples of this na Liverjiool, Dec. 1, 1825.-We for now will be fixed those great principles ;

were ?1a. Houston, Mr. : loss." :. ture-seem to 'have VanI'iheduifll, if have delayed giving any decided and salutary 'hecks,which will seCure -

\Vehster. Mr. Dwight, and !Mr. : 11 they had not, it is presumed, that opinion as to the prospect for the their permanent independence, or
From the A ational new Cotton bat think now will commence,a system of fatal error
\Vicklifle. Mr. Ward of New-' Intelligencer. they could; not be entertained in crop we which
Yurk in- Florida Cana/,-.The following that the time is now come, for swept from the' earth the Gre-
narrowly escaped great relation >to the Florida canal. As cian Republics, and may bury these new
4' ;:. ju.,y from! the falling of the p-ais- interesting letter concerning the it Wil 'be entirely within a Terri- owing to the great gloom, which states under a bloody anarchy Shall nott

ter. Few of the citizens were proposed Canal to unite the Gulfof tonal go\ernmem, no State rights prevails in the T4ocdon money the cheering and monitory voice-of our

roused, and the Members of Congress Mexico with the Atlantic, was are it the way.' It will be moreconnected market, and which naturally extends government be.heard in their councils

:', are entitled to much of the written by Mr. Colden, at the request with commerce, and to the country ; and also owing '.after?so courteous and solemn an invitatian *-
credit of having saved the Library of the Committee of the: may be more conneced with* military to the great anxiety of holders I hag proved believe himself, that a philanthropist President.Adam:Swell

and all the perishable part of Florida Company, 'in the City of operations than any. work of to sell old Cotton before the arrival I as a politician, by listening:to their

the ouilding. NewiYork : the same nature in the United of the new, prices are now i reasonable invitation. Let then our.commissioners

*_ GENTLEMEN-If an expression State! can be. In these points of pretty low. and may possibly' fall go forth on this interesting

From the Jfcw York Evening Pott. of my opinion, in relation to a Canal view it seems fit that it should be another l-2d or more, before the in occasion.broadand Let them be present and aid
On the 21st Nov. D.II Manuel across the Peninsula of ,Florida close of the Should there- laying deep the foundations.of
made year.
at ibe expense of the nation, a great Republic; and t.h& of
Sim.;n de Escudero, & member of can have the least tendency to and not only be a ship canal, but fore a corresponding effect be produced millions will accompany>beir" steps prayers, and

Congress from the Sute of Chehuahua encourage that enterprize. I shall be capable of passing vessels of in America, we would recommend consecrate their exertions..
: in Mexico, passed thro' give'it with great pleasure ; at all you to.buy-for we can -

'? Nashville,.{Ten.) on his way to events, I shall, by 'addressing you ,war.1 It might j be of infinite importance not but thinkthat, may reasonably We publish to-day tue report of tbe>

Washington City. He bears a on this subject, have the gratification |tin time of look for some re-action inpning. Com on public lands concerning the.
war, 10 pass a natal proceeding of the Board of Comm'wsiaivJ
proposition to' our government, to conrply with your request. force between the Gulf of $ Should prices get very era of West Florida. This Committee

inviting a co-operation ,with the When the immense advantages, Mexico and the Atlantic, without low with you, we should say ship, U charged with the most important inte.

United States of Mexico, in the which will arise from a water being obliged to through the We would recommend you to a- re.ts and is. one of the most able and la. .

establishment of a great road between communication, that.would supersede Gulf of Florida: or go the Caribbean void ordinary or low qualities of borious in Congress : and it is with. si a.
; the two countries for their the necessity of passing gratification, that we have an
sea, a id thistoy a passage in which' any, sort,(too much of them being ... '
niu'iual iDtrr round the of 'Florida supporting by ucIjjgautho! *
ol1rlJ land.frtm Capes arc here unless
'no )
present they are
would follow the
.! erMtaiy without ; rity opinions we have'so phen expressed -
it is
1 : surprising, tftat subduing the force by which, too much depressed in proportionavoid of the.fidelity and ability of our
1M Bitten C linel. ccntemplated canaL has not on deck if Board. During their session here, in tho
shipping -
its' whole
throughout it pos.sLile
; French Claim-*."-..Letters from. been made previous to this time.A be guarded. extent.- as it injures"the sales in'many discharge the arduous, duties, of tbetf

irence it ate ttigt the: French! government : very_ small) portion of the wealth, migntj I .. commission, they,were,subject to every
I am tu canscnun.__ nll.m"n.,: ways.. necie* nf rniirenreuntitnn.,_ __ .... th.t..._. crn.nceandkllycuIdinv -
? hi s uaen'ther'ioluI! I which has been transmuted from - ---- --- 0----- --- -- n -.-------- .0.-
that I can nothing new this We quote to.day, 6;3-4 for very ntorsader-
to reject the claim the citizens the new to the old world would
: subjec t that suffer ordinary old Uplands, to, 10 1-3 propagate. Every disappointed claim
; of the United States, for indemnification have"been sufficient, mc to repeat,! ,
accomplishthat only4 rite manifest (barely) for choice new ; 7 3-4 ant judgiug others by his own standard,
for their property taken or object hut Spain was. jealous my disposition Orleans did-not hesitate to charge them with par*
to oblige!>> and that' I very ordinary up. to 11
: destroyed'under circumstances, of of her colonies. and,encouraged you, lCor choke tiality or corruption,.without understanding -
Alabama and Ten-
: the most aggravated and 'outrage no e terpriz ,w ich would con ,may ail'myself of the opportunity ; or caring to understand'motives
", of i ssuring of the nesseesTa ft ,1-2 Mobile.7 3.4 ; reasons and laws which the board
you _by
us character. ; and that Mr.; nect them; with the rest of the ; resp'ectwith I
:' or lOd the market andholders Ycrnecl 1" while
hich I am obd't ser'vt.' heavy, I wafg: DetamationJIeE
Brown,. our miuistei in Paris, .... world, or weaken their dependenceon your trutii Falsehood -
C/ DW ALLAD";R 'I). COLD EN. anxious to leiI'any thing :com_ s limping: after.
', .h&ihe again presses the subjectv the mother, country. 'It is, in llttW %rf.Dec. 17, 1825: inferior, ,We should consider lOd may.succeed' for a, time,,but its _clovea
will be" so answered It is my opinion;::not jittlc creditable :.To Cboo arles Graham; Th's. Gib- at aToll price for Carolina foot must sooner' or lately appear..
or '
: cot said any One of the composing1that
,, on what authority this inf to our republican constitution_ and N. gentlemen
: formation rests 'bat ; i t Brush Esq"*. Georgia ..Uplands Ju. spring-perhaps board ,is noV' in. public BfriThoDelegate

} as wo are .,that,. within. four years from the oi UflttCC1; &c.. '. top'high' a price...but we, do othi -Ttfriterv, *Every iinpo11..ftUo

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feibr opinion given't> the. a haVbeen t, -9 ..jL*' f T:-sv>*-'if *% y ,
: i gr.t a : -
$ ani KectTmi 0ftfee:ba(
J (i 1 it ,
attributed hUD.hle! thoseof: a moretgreeahle ) ... 1 ( tii.e i1"," 'Lr.T1q '
kind are attributed' to others.Thuby '. .officet, for cxra'Services, readeced / =:, Oa'tnoiion' of" Mr:. WhIte,1 ;or' :York, iii the" place'rt"S.: lrttJh sr .,. .

these artificts, efforts a>e made to trader the r visionaofthe: \ 'Kt.of F. orida. ,iiu f sKetolvcd n 'rd tec.ta d. ,;,.. l -. p iibc. 'fie that obtyft Us laws caaaette '.
.', t
)nju -e him in public estimations be is up- March' 2d.18'2'1| f'which was That the Cum... .3 D fc, .Wilhiafl. D 'C.Vrtgbt "of<: asaye'"tnot.ll1aU b. :be a citizen, ho .

posed opinion by'this on class one ,claim of reasoners, to favor another to 'give, rIn .d.and passed to a second' read t tie Public Lands be instructe r\o 1 Maryland,. .to' be Consul. of' ;the 'traffic, *in slaves.v ., ,:: -.

irnenin fact he may have written nei. i ng. ;it il nquire(' into.the expediency of. 'al-.:I United States. for the port of 'RioI Republic Bolivar.. .', .:
there Mr. Van Buren, from the com. lowing l by law, the 'Governor of:I d e Janeiro, in Brazil: Among the late met* of.the constituent :'

But the high eulogium of the committee on the Judiciary, reported a bill rjonda to sell a quarter section ofand r John Tucker,, Mansfield of,Masachusetis assembly of this Republic, we. find the "
following :- ? -
Congrrss, whilst it must be gratify. to annul act,of the l | Tallahassee 'reserved1 l '
an Territorial near : to be Conul of the Upper Peru pub&sh to the whole -,
in jtgt that) thes"most gentlemen thankless office, for,their will 'labours be received government of Territory of'Florida f oir the'use of said Territory; to!*'1 1e United States for the port of'l.erVnambnco 'continentthat it rt4btze1the Liberatorf ,

by the public! aa undoubted evidence relative to wrecks ob the : b applied to the erection bfiib.. :I in Brazil.i .' o Colombia Lid Peru, a* ita parent, and ...
of their ability aadi integrity, and cbait ; which was passed to its i h lit buildings : and further, t6i' .t i: Charles! D. Cole of New:'Jersey; b est protc.c: or t.uitonl.fl' b)', cl

of the entire'approbation of their'country. sIt cond re ding. I q quire:: Jrtlo she .expediency: ofVl ii c' 'be 'Cphsut of the! United States .every Trie attack 1ibtatur"against shall tbt exercise nation. the iu-. .

a.- January 12. granting to .the Territory of Florida for the Cfty and" iin dom of Tripoli .-I prrrn*.e ietuiyircr oTth R6w. :

wilt be perceived oy our ship newt, The bill te annul the at of the the build it gs and appurtenances in place of Thomas D. Anderson. whilst withinjts limits and when bvjtotidf
that the United States have already commenced I LegislativeCouncil of the Territorial I at the post of St. Marks, t hem,he shall be' honored.its protectb
the deposit of public at
property I and :
Naval 1 in this harbor and Government of Florida which, have been abandoned .as : Benjamin Gardner of Massachusetts president.
the post that la* I relative I The 6th day of August, being that of
bearer are sent to commence improve. l to wrecks" !cc. had iu third I useless for military purposes by to be Consul of the United ., the victory Junin in Peru, shall 'bean*
.jnents. This establishment we doubt nut reading, and passed.DESERTION the United Slat, I States for the port of Palermo nuaJly celebrated in the Republic -.
v ill prove adva'ta;{eoub to the United IN THE ARMY. January 12. In the Island of Sicily, in After his death, the birth-day of the li- .- '
Stales: as well as to this City and 1 emtoT b erator shall also be
The Senate then proceeded u A bill: from the Senate u annul place of Henry Preble, deceased.
\. Surely ,;od, combine. so many facilities for thee consideration of a bill, report} am act of the Legislative Councilof Payton Gay of Massachusetts, to h Jaeel! mall ihe court houses, cabildoa,
collertiun or timber fitted for the 1 d by the Military Comn "to tne Territory of Florida, was be Consul of the United Slates fur Hutertities. colleges,'schools, and houses .' ., .
the Navy. And if the system of internal prevent desertion in the army and read twice, and referred to th e I ICom. the Island of f>nrriue:. in place of uo public instruction, tUa the memory of

improvement which we have heard 80 for other :" on the Judiciary. John O'Sullivan, deceased. the Father of the Country auy be preserved -
much, is carried into effect, so as to giveus purposes .' and emulation of his exalted virtues '
i Rufu uf N '
King w York, to be J:::,
steam navigation to the Mississippi, the cccccc e<<>t<< excited. -

position as a naval depot will be doubly House of Representatives. From the oIVQti nal knm l. Envoy Exuaordmar) and Minister In every capital town of departments, -
Plenipotentiary hf the United
Florida Canal.-We have been an equestrian statue ot'tbe Liberator.
< nghiy gratified to that
The jud-.curj bill sterns to occupy the perceive, Kingdum of Great Britain and I- The Grand Marital Ayacucho, (..Gen.Sucre .
thief attention of Congress, while long Mr. Scott., from the COin. on t he public attention everyquar- relaud. ,) sh.ll direct a medal to be cfl- .
#j>eeches demonstrate,that individuals, at the Public Lands, made the following 'ter of the Union has been attract- prated and presented to the Liberator .
Jeakt, have an interest in its final proriflions. l Report: I t.d :to the interesting communica- J oli n A. King; of New York, to liter the folio wiug dirt'cbonl11 t'tall

Mayhap some of the objections, The Com. on thr Public Land, mnofMr. White, the Delegate be ircretas y of the Lebanon of the be set .ound with brilliants ; on the obverse
urged against it, arise principally tram the I I Ion United, States, near His Britanic the height of Potosi are to be represented -
to whom was referred the resolu- of Florida the of War .
i to Secretary ,
fear of iu being a populai measure in lajc..ty.Aal. Int. with the Liberator at the extremity -:
connexion wijh the fact ot its being re non in r reference, and the Reports |he subjrc of a Canal across the of a ladder formed of 'guns ..

{: commended by the Executive. When it of the Boards of Commissioners I Ptninsula} of Florida. There is From Me' Y.Mercantile Jldvcrtitcr. swords,cannons, &c. in the attitude of
a !)umes something like a permanent appointed to ascertain ihe scarcely a Gazelle that comes into Trade with" fie lJritih Cofonic placing upon the summit of these heights ..
Shape, we sft&ii notice it further in our titles arid claims to lands in the our hunts'Th'at"! has 'rioTt.suine- We" the cap of:liberty ;.on the reverse, withinWretloveiitftTd.1bYe ;
columns. s- nave been obligingly fiivor a \'u1it2ie .
Territory Florida, have had the commendation of the great scheme ed with a correspondence on t jt inscription-La Jlepubucagrtultadaal BoZivd3

'''e make the loilowui extract from a same under consideration, and by which the whole commerce of the'" subject of the ,British Coloni iferoff CU$.nombrt 'rt>a. ...' "

3etttrfroin our Delegate, to a fnend in report. the Western States is to be trans Intercourse Acts. It Appears The Capital of,the Republic, ahallbe

this City, dated January 10th. That they have examined the jortrd by a new and safe channel from these letters, that ourgovvrnme4U called One Sucre.million of dollars shall be

A bill has this Uuy been -iniroduceu Reports of the B ardsof .Commissioners 10 the Atlant c ports ; and from us well as the Btitish at the disposal of the Liberator, for pUcejl nistiMbution .I

into the iSenate, appropri- both at East and ** est the :'spirit manifested in both houses Minister Washington, are ot among,the united liberal ingjarmy:

a:ing 20.000 d'ilUis: for a _survt > Florida., As no satisfactory re- of Congress, there can Ixno. opinion that the Collector at Ha- thU conquered at Junin and Ayacucho.

Oii. : Ci.ij.ii l ur bfip channel, either? 'urus have been made by the doubi but the measure will be carried : luax has misconstrued the intention .I.

f: L S .Mary's, St. Johns, or St.' Board in East Florida, nor any _by a majority almost approaching ol his government.We Fr", Charltttm Courier. -
Jt: usune; to the niou.h of the good reason furnished for the delay unanim ly. Mr. \Whites tdersiand The French cement for the' roofs of
u that despatchesfrom houses, to the wood and protect;
*S.. .vaiinee or Appalacnicola, giv- the Com. dee.m it improper the first gentleman, we believe, the misto Minister at it trom fires preserve, is made in the following

jn-., A wide range to the Engineers now to act in reference to hose who( suggested a St.ip Channel- Washington :o the Governor ol manner :

-t'. Delect an eigiblelocatiun.) 1 am claims. If report is early ja ade, a Boat Canal has long been talked Nova Scotia'; were.received in this Take aa much lime as '*usual in making

higtl} pleased lhat i' is now befor. the whole the claims in th'dis- of, and written: about ; but a channel city a few days ago, and forwarded a pail full of white wash, and,let it be

.. the Senate as the H. of Reap t ict may be embraced in one general imilar to that now projected<< to Halifax Si. John's N. B mixed in the pail nearly lull of water ; in
{ via this put 2& Ibg. of brown. sugar and 3 lb.
r* Bttuati eb lus a weignt of tiubi ) law ; ahd if none is madr, in France, from Paris to UK ocran, witn the celerity.. It is fine salt ; mix them well together and

jie&s before it, and the other body perhaps sm.ther mode of set and in E gland from St, George's conj'Ciured that these despatches the cement is completed. A little lamp.

\t-r>. IUI1 The bill will pass in I thing the unfinished business in to the English sound, that seenisnowjto relate to the above affair, and lhai black, yellow ochre, or other.coloring

-some shape, both hoi set. Wnen that district, had better be resort br so highly thought of, ina they will have the efiVci to preventthe commodity. may be introduced to change '
the color of the cement, to'pleue the
it reaches the lower house, I will ed to, commercial point of vuw, so import operation of the harsh con fancy of those who use 1tIt has been

emh avor to have he buriey ex. : The Com. have looked carefully urn to the nation in avoiding strue..'ion put upon Inc acts oi Par- used with great success,and been recoct* "

tended west ward to thetMibSissip- i into the Reports of the Board of the :dangers of the Wesi IndiaSeas I haucni by the Collector at HaU mended particularly as a protection against -

pi or Mobile Bay. I Commissioners in Wesi Florida, and the still more, appalling. fax. : fires. Small sparks of fire, that -
The Legislative Council have' I and find that n.ey.ve: performed dangers uf pirates, is A suggestion' -I---- frequently lodge on the roof of houses,
this cement from burning
sent me u lung memorial, which the duties assigned them by the 01'rt'cent, origin. It avoids all the .From the ot n Patriot. are the prevented shingle by So cheap und valuable

Vf".$ presented today, but ev.. rysubject several acts of Congress, with ptrils: of he gulf stream where it Claim on .ilruncwVe have a preczution against this destructive eie-

referred to in it, uas in a 4 ret care, neatness, and ability. is i ,most confined( rapid, and dangerous been polituy favortu by an obliging mcnt, ought not to piss-untried. Those,
train of iutesiigaiion' in same LI The claims ar aU properly classed brings Boston, New York, Irieud, with the following extract who wish to be better satisfiew rfit* utility

shape, beturc its arrival. 1 am and contained in general opinions and New Oi leans, in juxta positIOn of a letter from a distinguished can easily make the experiment busing
a small of the me.nt.oa
!uch pit.ailed, however, to b sustained and special abstracts, setting with ear.h other, and exempts I member -of Congress, it.at,9wer some dinall temporary portion: ,building-or it maybe .-

hy such respectable; LUlhor- each class out in be mo t perspicuous us Irpm any future apprehension, to A note on tile subject ol tried on auingles put together tor the
it) ic m>' .pU ilic course.. manner,, accompanied by the on apr purl, of the power into the claims of our'merchants oathe purpose,and theif exposed to Uie-fire .' 0

St veral bills of a general nature reasons for the confirmation or rejection whose hands Cuba may fall. French naiion.Wathingtoni. ..
art.rp'Jrt d for Florida, and will I with an able exposition of We should not h':ve noticed *o Dec. 28.-u'In reply

.at. nd permanent in the orders of111.t' national law, Spanish jurisprudence particularly this subject at this I to your inquiry "'fa the suuj Ct

day, when the Judiciary bill I and the rules, regulations moment, bat for the publication of the piobaDie adjustment ot lot Sl\\.F

and the amendments of the Con- and usages, on which the claims of some of our brethren of the chums of our merchants on the ,

atHa.t on are disposed of. are founded. A few titles remain North$ in which they seem disposed govern men1 of France, 1 can Qui

-- 1.1 untetied, recommended by the to) take up minor productions,p say generally, that the prospect II mv; -

\\J\lilt hS10X.t\L. Commissioners as equrable and in which not a nett ideaorsug regarded here, and in my piniot ..
..._- -- .. .. _- gesti.; n 'is made and the I -
; just, and wnich l hy Uw they hud give 'cre very justly, as in the highest degree '
ineteenth Congress, not' the power to confirm. In the dit ol) some wonderful invention tolhrm unlavoiat- le. The attempts Tort. ol 'enBoa.. .

FIRST S&SS20M. opinion of the Com. ample) justice! In a recent letter, which I of th Gierzimtuttuprocure ..henadjus'.mvui -

has been done to the .respective occupies a half column of a New will not ot course be EN ERED.

I IN THE SENATE claimants, while b'y the labor and Yur .1 Gazelle, with a column ofl I remitted, but as no further elucidation Jan.29.-Schr. '
Thorn Day, New-Or.
January 10. diligence of the Commissioners remarks, mere is not a thought, I or argument can be p FLORIDA CANAL the public interest hs been zealously that was not expressed in the let p seined, there appears no room fur Kcyser, John Jerriion jr. and the Cap!

The bill "for a survey of a natded, and all attemptsat ter addressed to the Secretary of inferring a more auspicious result tain. .-

route: for a canal between the At fraud and forger) detected and War,!that appeared in this paper, than has heretofore attended oui Feb. 3.-Brig Warren, Hood,Key West

lantic and tie Gulf oflrxico'" exposed. A part of 'ne Reportsin which we do not hesitate to pro representation on the 4uujeci." Cargo 01 naval stores and 25' Pattengert

having received its second reading question was mace after the nouncr the clearest & most original 4 CLEARED. : '
was referred to 'he Com. onR I exposition of that A letter from Bogota, to the Editors of
time limited by law for,the operations -- theubjt'ct, L Jan. 31.-Schr. Thorn Day.,.New-l*
<.<:ids and Canals. The Bill pro- of the Board had expired : we have' yet seen. Whilst we entertajn the tiultanore American, says :-* We leans, S bales cotton to J--C. &C.. C. Key. I'
IflM-fe- but as the Commissioners, wfm that opinionit would be have noliiiiif politically important.-By sr. "I! .
the most recent accounts from the
'..l hat the President of the U. knew the business was unfinished, unjust'to' see an exemplification.Virgil's .. r to the last oi August, IJolhkr was oututup still Sehr, Two Friends, Bcavaic, 2 bal.. .

D t-'d 61 ales brand he is hereby had every reason to believe they "sic vos nun vobis", played in Upper Peru ; in March. next, lie is to cotton, 5 ditto deer skins.1 barrel otto.
au' imnzcd to cause to be made! would be. continued, and were uff in relation to the development meet the Congresn ot Panama. Here aU)] skins, and 66 hides by S. P. Haines

a' ; accutate und minute examination compelled to remain at t.eir post, ol the great advantages ofthis are desirous tor his return to Colombia, SAILED. <
which to be realized
of *he South ol tht"L.t's work. The letter of the Delegate in 1ay. e
country in of the
papers re A squadron, composed of all tne floating Jan.30.-U. S. Revenue Cutter, Alabama ..
S,. :\ river and including ihe cords ol the office. subject to the from Florida presents the force of the nation, ia assembling C. Captain Foster, Key West and a .
same, with a view to uscf-rtain the order of the Government ; and as impor :&nt results to his own con- thagena. and will be reinforced oy several cruize. .

nu.st eligible route for a canal admitting they employed that time in advancing !.titUtqts-the advantages to the lihl"" oi war from Sweden- but .for whit --- -F" ,
is )
the transmit of boats, to the interest of ihe claimants general 1 government in a pecuniary object not publicly known. Many r -.:
conjectures; are in circulation! respecting KOTiCE.IN ,
connect the Atlantic with the and the c- urtry, the Com. are of <-commercial, military and political iu destination ; were 1 to Hazard one, J J .. ..
Gull of Mtxico, and also with a opinion that their act ought to point of view ; its effects upon would say :Spain. U is to be.iu readiness .- I .

viewioasccr.bin the practicability be recogniztd, and they and their the! commerce of the Southernand by the end ot MUCH next The heirs vs. Turner I I _

of a ship channel ; that he cause Secretary compensated therefor. Western States; ,and the deep From the National Journal. II Stark, the heirs of

particularly to be examined the The COIn. therefore report a interest of the ship ownerstraders Central dmcnca.l'iie Coustilulion of Cot Jos. Philips R. PARTITIONJohndelaBua /

route Irom_ the St. Mary' river, bill, to confirm the Commissioners and insurers of the Eastern I this Republic defines the ;ithita ut its Ttr- K. CalJ,3ameaRAvi 1 .' _

to he Appalachicola river or bay, report, to legalize :h. acts I and Northern, ; its connexion with ritory, and prescribes its form. ot government concerned.age, and all others :''. '

and front the St. John's river ttthr :> done by them, after their time of other great works to accomplisha I and religion. .1
I Art 5, Tne T ritoiyof the- 1 "HE above named John de laRua wUI
VataSU5a: b wih a'view, service had system of "universal internal I .. .
< y expired, to compensate is the same as the ancient kingdom.uf .ah apply at the next term of the Superior
to both the aoove objects ; that he ti'em and their Scaretary for transportation ," and then its con- Guatemala, with the exception, for the Court, for the District of West Florida '

Cause the necssary surveys, both their services, and to point out a nextion with the projected communication present the Province of Lhaapas.Art I to be holden Pensacola, on the first
land between the the Pacific 6. Toe consists : Monday of May next, tor partition of a certain .
oy and along the with: confederacy now
coast, mode to adjust those 'claims on
I of
tract land, lying and being to the
-and! Atlantic Ocean and the of five States ; Co U-Uica<< ,, Nicaragua, -
estimates 01'tb of each I' I
which 'the .
expense Commissioners had not. iiondaras, Salvador, and (iiuatemaU.. east of Bayou Texar. in Excambia Coun ,?; #
accompanied with. proper plans; authority to decide. corresponding resu'ts upon the The Province of Chiapas will be admitted ty, containing: .four hundred:arpentmore
!)ue., observations, explanations, :>. .0 January9. commerce. of.the East Indies azd. .state' oi the -Union, whenever ,it anal, or lee, comnronly kaoim by the name ofGonzale -
and opinions, oft he Board of En- On motion it'Mr.Kewi nV.i.)'it'Was"Retohed South {America. We. hue. ni>;. .fr ely; 'dctermfne'to join the confederation *. tnut-one undivided .thirty a
sixth whereof is owned and .
- gineets, and that he cause a full 1 ,That the Com. on Commerce :>et perceivedthat any.neWof interesting -, .*. > in fee part simple by the said: John possessed de URua .
ft port of these proceedings ,to be beinstructed to inquire into the expediency idea has been :xpressed: Art. 7. The demarcation of State boundaries I one half pan of the, whole ,by the ... :
having a: vessel' built for the shall.be made by law, with the necessary
ttade to Congress i and" to carry. between; and : in relation to it, and think our d ta., i aid'heirs Turner Stark ; twelve thirty,.... .
tb e same into effect, tbe .Iuna of purpose light plying houses) and light 'boats supplyingthe .on' the: brethren:! of. the North, noticing .Of"the (,Government and_ Religion._ sixth by the aaid,heirs of Jos. Philip. ,.
four sixth by the said K. S.' Catt
twenty thousand -of Florida. with whatever be the short letters of their, own thirty : ,
dollars .
. fc.the coast may < Art.8. The government of the Bepub- and one thirty sixth, by the;; said James'.. :
same is hereby, appropriated, out wanting for the same., statesmen, containing only a reiteration tic is.popular,representattye federal.: .Rany e as tenaiitsin. common-and 'tbu& Atr'
of *ny money in the 'l'reaauryuOOthrrwsr : t : ,'January..13tA.LOTTEWES I ofihit has tare been published Art. 9. The Republic ia denominated',' notice,b'given..to.aH concerned. in'the ar, j.t:.
IN THE DISTRICT., OF the Confederation of Central JAm rica ... ,
should not be unmindful. reaaid tract of'.landpUJ'IIJ&Dt to an act {
Mr appropriated. COLUMBIA.Mr the benign.:aiaxtm, 'to render unto : Art. iW. 'Bach of the Statea.cooiposin .U to provide," forthepzrtitiou of lands inthiaTerritori !. .;/"!.,.--:, ;,
King presented a resolution ; Lftibropv:of Massachusetts. from the fiepublic u free:and'lodepemlent in ..* .-' 11 140r ,'
of thr Legislature: of the ,State of! the committee:on the District, of Columbia :Czs r kc" i'a government and 'lutefjtal,fdannis- jo ,Jn. deia: Rua. ;
iPcnatcok :
A.ab.arr.a, on the subject" .of Inro"ln .- reported a bill.toj'robibit the draw- .- ttort All power belongs to ;them,wit cl."j l C ;.. /
ihe navigation of the port jngpft.otterieatfltbc.RiltflCt.of.!Colombia Jififioin mentt, by thi President, by U ,not granted by.the Cons4tstioa.tO' the i[. .. .' .:,.Feb.- .3,:ol -i.-4, ,- '. to ,
not. authorised Corj- federal authoritiea. : : '.
,wbfch ire. ; 't. *
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: andbarbiirufMobje.$ and. with content _. I>. ,
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; Ajeeably to notice., Mr.:Kaoe: !' twicecdaawfited'y; ade the [order. of th., Senate. { -APOItot Lic i'to the Executed- ; With mt* .ai' :i.- .
: Lkcdad obtained lent to inlraa : 'ofdie. day for;to-taorrow j aid cf deredto 'Alfred" klintt r New: ''otk. :exclusion, .of the_ public-cXcrcif .f cTcry. J "
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devoted_ to .the' entertainment\ of those Brig .Amos 'tPalmer 'County Court .:Eactmbia Cat:tsty.

for publishing i in Nashville. :Tennessee, who, are fond: of occasional:, relaxation BBCEIVED ,per York and from '; --
: p&met John Lee WUlianuAadra'cofJ.H.Chap. UST received 8C
q '4 toekly.Papef/to, 'be entitled the frorn'mbre'seveJ-e employment, by- theec'kasutedxlgks : i per Brig CJah. eS/
fee. Orleans ., reel from Mew-York, and for salea
r, Ntionnle p Cant d Sales.lhyGord i j lib deceased, >fi. (a. above,'an additional
: ,Such is a brief outline,of the objects Thirty eight ; BoolaL.
i intended' be accomplished by the publication ',.uiled 10IAe'eal 1ltco KPt'iti" rot among which are the following. .
ANDPolitical to WilhsuD King, ;JBY NEW
here proposed It is meant Super Cambric Prints! -virtue of this execution and the WOEKS.,
4 .tsterarp, & Commercial Gazette. combine the advantages of a magazineand Common do. do. \-
Romance '
( proceedings had in this cause, I have English Hia;
a' For he successful accomplishment Trench Callicoes, ,
--- -- newspaper. tones
of the defendant to the10JSE ,
1t 'BTTHE main object of the proposed I of this design i ,the publisher Cambricfcs, Jackonet, Lawn, taken the_right Stanhope' Letters on Greece in 1833

|Lw< publication will be the ,develope- I will rely up*on the promised aid and Bombazette, assorted colours, and 1824,with Documents on,the
-TDf nt of the resources, physical and mentaL united_ ,;efforts of several gentlemen of :Hosier-. elegant worked robes \ & LOTa Revolution, and the life ,of
'' of this young but thriving nd impor distinguished taleniri'and'| acquirements, Ijice'ball dreSses, Ali, Mustapba

M tant-section of owr common country.Connected .- as well as upon the, editorial.skill, 'experience Brown &bleached shirting&sheeting I(
11 Buchanan's Sketches of the
and Intendencia Streets North
with this objectas its means and attainments of the individual Superfine do' do. to a> Ame-

.,.*nd its results, will be, the diffusion of to whom its general superintendence and Plaids, Stripes, Indigo and furniture f'orif.cny .occupied' by Francis Pasquierfe rican Indians, with :.a plan for their me..
,, intelligence ,of every description calculated principal management will be confided. checks shirting, ticking &c. &c now i iv the possession of Noah H, Allen, I Iteration, .

: to interest and benefit the commu- It is surely ,time that some exertions > 12 boxes"boots & shops, fine & coarse, v, and shall proceed on Tuesday the 4th Theodoric, a Tale, and other: Poems1 b)

.'Vitr, Vindication of our .just rep* t,. were made b\ intelligent and public 2 trunks. Ladies' silk, Mohair, and Moroccbshoes day of April'next, at 12 o'clock, a c the Thomas Campbell,
lion, the support of our righti, and the spirited ciiizrnsof. Tennessee, to vindicate Court House, to sell al Public Auction for The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipts

promotion of our interests, not only as the literary character ofthe State, 5 crates& 5 hhds. crockery,_china and I cash, the right of this defendant to the for Plain Cookery, &c.&c.&c.
{ Americans but as citizens of the"West. and to demonstrate the extent of her glass ware, aforesaid Lot, to satisfy this writ and all Biography of the British Stage,being

The paper will he,. >>tS its name imports, mental, moral!, and physical 1 resources 4 cases 2 trunks assorted Sadd lery, cost thereon due.Wm. Lives of the principal Actors and Actresses .

eminently national. It will have no nar- No thing is wanting but ''a concentration 10 cases super,fine, com'n. & wool hats, Davison, ,

row.views, will be devotedto no party, of effort. -It is hoped,'therefore, that the 2 trunks fine cutlery, S 'ff. & C ,The History of Matthew aid, by the-

will encourage no prejudices. It will be importance of the object will turnish a 2 cases 2 trunks ready made clothing, Sheriff's Office _y. author of Valerius &c.
w 'designed at once for the gratification and sufficient stimulus, and that:: Tennessee 5 pipes old Cog. Brandy, Hal lam's View of Europe, daring tb

improvement of the scholar, the lover of ,nil 110 1 longer be COlal .lt with the nom 1 pipe one 4 pipe old Madeira wine, ; Pensacola_ Dec.. o,,1825.-41-_lamts.__ Middle Ages,
science, the professional man, the'farmer, )le obscurity to which she has ,hitherto 100 sacks ground salt. I '---'- The Spanish Daughter

of th' merchant, the mechanic, the friend been destined. Sucu a. publication AS is 4 tons iron, assorted sizes, I AaiaranemsnUlaiburue\ t. The Human Heart', 1

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the newsmonger. and the light reader.- doubt turnish: facilities for tile increase as 13 qr. chests fresh tea, assorted, U E on 'l bur l1.LY at J P. M. The Blank Book ofa small Colleger,

.Every effort will be made to furnish some welt as the display of our literary attain 2 boxes mustard, Closes on Friday at 10 A. M. Living Plays, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8tb, 9th

thing, at -once nourishing and palatablefor i ments. The proposal is therefore re- 1 box Cayenne pepper, Tallahassee Mail. and 10th volumes,

these various tastes. I.bpecttuily ottered to the public, with tile 5 hhds, Orleans sugar, new crop, Due on ouuuay-ai J P. M. TOGETHER WITH
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r occupied by original articles on litera uulupjjort.Terms., 20 bags Havana green coffee. .Ko"'Jt' Mitchell.. Rollins Ancient History, 8 vols.Plutarch's ,
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who are pledged to contribute, are THE NATIONAL UANXJUI is printed on'a 45 ps. Scotch do. Pensacola, Dec 31st,182j-.Jt. Hamilton on Pnrgatives, 1

r a. sufficient guaranty for the respectability large ::;upem>yal sheet; wuh a small neat 12 pJ.To\., do. Armstrong Typhus Fever,
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time may-issue from the press, both in by Joan 5. SIMPSON, at three dollar a: 2 tons assorted castings, 1IUj11LE..Iff.IJHE Poxvel on Contracts,
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likewise its the Count Court for the o< is- : :; Paul and Virginia,
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Reports will,be furnished of the proCeedings ed are desired. to make payaieal to 'December 10fn. 1825. he use of race hones. Having experienced composes'a very extensive and general -

f of our highest courts of law, W. Haseil Hunt: i JVOLVOfi.lL and active servants, and being Lim- I I sold at assortment the New-York of books, 'and for will be
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accounts extraordinaty cases and .. arehereby lim w.th their company. Families may
'- and }
their Q\pde; iof treatment, will be given. GORDON requested to make immediate be accommodated with private rooms.. such books: : as are ordered \
:. The man of business will find, under ft.. payment; an J those having dem.nds are are not on hand, will be procured with as

:; our lU.vffra, much 'lhat may be useful ittorncy & &ouniJ llul.ut Law: requested to present them at my office, W. Roberts. *[little delay as possible. Orders from a

and! interesting to him. No pains will be u Aa icsumcd lite practice ol ais piuuJl duly proven, adjustment 03heCahawba:: PaPers,Journal l, Mont- !distance will be as promptly attended to

spared 10 procure the earliest, most mi- | fcs&ioahithe i several Courts ot \\ cst VV ui. Davison. gomery, Tuscaloosa Mirror, Louisiana and meet with the same liberality as a

-ute and accurate intelligence ofthe'stat'4 Jb lorida. Any business coatided la.a, Advertiser, and Gazette, Pensacola, will personal application.W. .
of the markets, both foreign and domes will receive hit prompt and careful attention Executor please insert the above) once a week tor Hag ell Hunt.
I Pensacols Dec. 20th 1825.4.18w.u
tic. A correspondence will be openedand I le may ue consulted at his ulticeai two nionthsand forward their accounts to April 12th, 1825.

regularly maintained with New Orlean Yeu l.co1a. \ it 's sale the Commercial Register Office for pay .
&* ment.
*and the principal eastern cities, speci 27th 1826.
,ll)' tor the.purpose of procur -.g and ,- '- .. .---.-January Superior Court, West /-Vorft/tf. 44-2m. FOR SALE.

furnishing"delal each intelligence uspta Fruit and Ornamental L rees Thos. Comyns. Er'r of) I I following very valuable

) be important to the merchant and the .t T/ios. Comyiit deceased. Sea Island Cotton Seed. :i 1 11ftVfTt !THE in the City of Pensacola property,,
far:ut"r. The prices of 'o4uct c. vs J fie fa. t
our-stapk Pi and iU immediate
Bushels of vicinity, belonging: to
I J a good quality, atVJVJ
dons and of the principal articles of impOJ1.Ati.n Francisco .:JI.X'ilniliall.o [\ Col. John R.
Fen wick is
$1 bushel deliverable offered for sale
per at : ;
1? .
.J fit.
de Marent
; the extent of the demand, the UQ ,
w :St. *io; i sound, can he I for terms, apply to the subscriber, who!is
'Jj' procured by
rated of'exchange fcc. will be given with" ) j1 V virtue of this execution have taken application his duly constituted and
to agent
U.' o..ro. .Ii; T1I. '
much the .
r's' p& promptitude and accuracy as right, title and interest of in fact.
possible. A portion of the paper will be inaratt JtSoiaaic: laideu, defendant, to all the remainder of theY Geo... W. Ba rkleY. '

uniformly devoted to the subject of agriCulture FLUSHING LUJ.* G 1SLJAJ, l Y j- Pensacola,Jan. 6, 1826-45-3t. \lQuse & 110t, :

b" and the mechanic and manufacturer : )Fl'EiS:: to the public( fife very e :. Unsold Land m at present occupied by the ..
r will be fdrniseh" d with accounts, as v tensive collection of the choice I Lost sometime in June last, su38criber most pleasant
full as can be obtained, of the most valuable fruits the selection of which has been
.and desirable residence. If
A not sold
Xote soon
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improvements that may from time to made with the greatest care during more contained in the "Catrt Blanca tract" offS end 1 will be to rentby the an
yearto approved
time be made in the productions of the than halt a century, and to whicu large recent } \ &[ 1PImI OOOR the sum of two hundred dollars, tenant,.together with some furniture.A .
e arts and in the various species ot mach
additions nave been made. signed by William Loftin and Geo Lot adjoining the South corner of

nerVe ',*; l The assortment of ornamental adjoining to this City on the West, and cummmg, and payable to William B. Redding Street, at the upper end of
The great efforts that are making for trees, flowering hruJJld ;i bounded on the souih by Pensacola Bay, Will, dated about the sixth seventh of the public square.

the diffusion of moral and religious truth, :r> \*iextensive..- | and shall proceed on Tuesuay the 4th of 'toy 1824. All persons are hereby fore
and the extension the blessings of civil \Iso,ot Uulbouj'flowers! which April next, a: 12 o'clock, at the CourtHouse warned from trading for said notefor it is i 200 ftr 'ens ot Laud,
I ization, will be carefully >watched & the'results 10 sell at PUBLIC the property of the subscriberN.
620 of
includes vanetie i i'uhps 3bU of JiUCTlOW more or less, fronting St. Rosa Sound
made known. VV'ithout entering into Hyacinths, besides a great variety ot other: for cash, the defcn ant's right to so much .. H. Mitchell, and opposite to the City of Pensacola
he 'iissention of sectarian
controversy, species The green iioaae dtputnjcnthas !! of the aforesaid tract of Land, as will pay Dec. 29th 1825463t. near to the improvements of Judge

i 1 Ordttemptingtofurmsh thedrtailsot' missionary also been greatly, extended, and no yyj i he! sum of two hundred and twelve dollars Brackenridge { situations like this, are
lenterpnzes, a faithfurecord!: will comprises above 1800 ; 75 ''cents debt, and all cost then due destined
species among1 c to become valuable as residencesfor
be given of the most intelligence Superior Court
r important this writ.
which are the most splendid ar.d rare' upon the
summer, as well for the
,.. as cultivation
,.. the of hofy .
respecting 1 progress. our kinds including 30 kinds of W. Davison of.the .
religion in every.part of the world. oranges, Of the Western District of Florida. Orange, &c. ,
lemons and citrons 28 of the
ir' { A corner will be occasionally devoted lia Japonica or Japan rose, 200 of genuu- S/ttfEs. County.Sheriff's I John Innerarity &*\ 800 Arjens of Lrfxn4j
.loan-account of masonic proceedings, so Office, James Innerarity I Isurviving
45 of heaths and and bohea !
Nt far ts they may be deemed interesting tothe urns green !: Pensacola, Dec.lst, 1825---lO-lamts. I more or less, about three miles north of
craft and worthy publication and tea plants, olives.myrtl, cape jas-nms, I J' 1 partnersof Pensacola, and known by the name of
the firm
; &c. &c. In the collection about of John VM r Tznrt, 1836.
10,000 'SneritI's $ymnes: on which there is comfort.
regular; register will be furuixiied ofthe ; Sale. Forbes_ & Co. a
officers from time to time, elected in the grape vines of the finest European kinds{ able dwelling and outhouses, and was occupied
fcetrral and for wine and the table, and above 500 varieties Sufitrior, Court, West Florida. 'VI.William some time since by Col. Walt
grand lodges n-
throughout the United.States. of the most! beautiful roses, including John fJ\Jamct'Innerarity\\ } B: Patton. there is an excellent stream ot"water run- ..

Nor will political topics and the news 54 kinds of Chinese monthly roses, vs. Cfi. fa. "Notice is Hereby Given, ning through this tract of land and it is
and 9 of the Moss rose. Also,*73 varieties Jfillan de fa Camera, suit well timbered-there is
of the.day be ovcriooked. A summary j THAT a between the said partie? not, perhaps, in
.. will be given, in a condensed form indeed of the double.dahlia. The new catalogues -- By vii tue of this execution and the day instituted, and a writ o; this vicinity,a more eligible situation fora
but as much detail as the limits tor 1825 are just published, and proceedings had in this suit, I havetaken attachment issued against the property c saw mill.

C 4f such a publication will permit, and as may be obtained gratia of-VY, sash Hunt,! the right of this defendant to the the Defendant. ALSO,
much so probably as the mass of readersjnay and orders left with him, or forward e d "'- John Lee Williams Sundry articles of household furniture
per mail to the proprietor, will meet with M N N ,
deem of Robert
important, the tlOUSt. ,
prominent & LO'fofgro Mitchell
i. 'a t
prompt attention, and be shipped to any ., Attorney for Pl'j ,
occurrences in and
. our own foreign countries. i Pensacola Dec. 7th Agent & in
port designated. 1825.-41-6uST&T10N&UT. Attorney fact, ,
Tllc..pr ceedmgs of:Congress and for Pfll Inhn M: l?.nU1;*.._ ,
ofthe State will be noticed November 18th, 182538tf.NEVYORK lid situated No. 296, on Government '
Legislatures Pensacola, 4lh-Jan.Warehouse .i 26:=4 r"t& &w.--:
'-- Street in this City, and shall \
R t1 and such as are material and of general proceed .. '. .
., interest, minutely corded.It .- MIRROR,. on Tuesday, the, 4th of%April next '
is not intended:to engage in any of AND at 12 o'clock, at he Court House, to sel ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT THE at St. Marks.

r the(J little political controversies of the Ladies' Gazette. the same at PUBLIC AUCTION for Pensacola T HE subscriber has lately erected near
times, nor to make this paper the vehicleof Literary cash, satisfy and pay the sum of three the landing at St Marks,'. a commo

personal or p trty feeling. it will occasionally f 13. ftttc\ikiss, hundred and three dollars 19 cents for Jin vhiortmcnt of Stationary consisting of dious and secure WAREHOUSE, where

howevrr, be devoted to tinpppurt le JV6. Canal debt and" all costs then due on this writ. 1\UILLS, superior quality, he is prepared to receive. goods, either
4. Street N. Orleans
of what are deemed important W. Davison, 4J Letter, Folio andXJap paperVLfers on Storage or Commission.
m ICING for the above
animal political principles it will some Agent publication \ Sealing Wax Wm.. Wright,
Sh'ffMs.; County.&eriff' .
will receive subscribers 4
at S
tinT >e' discuss questions of political ecoYiotm Peg, Cork, Glass and Pocket Inkstands St Marks
per-annum, payable in advance Nos. 1 OJice 1825. 47. -tf..
it will inculcate tor -
Red Ink
respect our to 14, are just received., ,1'heabove i is ta Pensacola"DecTlst'; 1825-40-lamtsNOTICE. -. PowderJapanned .
federal and State constitutions, and .a Sand Boxes, Paint Boxes, -
strict undeviating compliance with their weekly foam publication, printed,in the royal Red Tape, Indian Rubber,
i 'isions. li will discountenance all quarto on fine paper, Math a bur- Lead and
pro\ Slate
undue and fiT is intention immediately to institute Pencils, Crayons 18&6.
mttrrterence between geois type, in neatness and beauty of my
the departments Camel's Hair
workmanship, is surpassed by no periodi.publi.Cltion a suit, in the Superior Court of do.
I of the and ail Pencil Cases
government, unnecessary -
w cal in the Western District of Florida, to ,
America. .
... .. ue .... f
and dangerous collisions between held at-Pensacola' on the first Monday 'of Indelible Ink, Drawing Paper & -

tne States respectively:and the i'a- JUST RECEIVED;r May next- on a certain Mortgage,:bearing_: Bonnet.-Boards,, Just Received!and'for'Sale.
tion It will dIaeo sectional
; rag jealousies !, .
date 15th September 1821, ALSO
and local 'prejudices. Cut while it FOB S4LK .tT'TNE .
Charles Beeler to' Charles Ivy, for secur Clothes_ and Hair Brushes, .AT THE
strives thus to cultivate aHofc'wiospirit, 'PensaeoBook toe, ing the payment of 684 dollars principal, Common Scissors Razors, Pensacola Book Store
it'will boldly maintain the rights and zealously with the interest due thereon. The land Superior Windsor Soap and ,

s ttppp rt the interests of the 'WC:it- '.AN ADDITIONAL ASSORTMENT' OF. bound by said Mortgage consists of 320 Common:Watch Keys.W 1WIUBiSJ.

..'crJl'country. It'will endeavour to, point Blank J Books( arpens, situate on the North western side ;, Haseil) Hunt. .f ..
y out the claims uf the west by denlo ofthe mouth of Escambia River.on Louisiana; & ,MissiesippiALMANAC
a part 15th
the real diameter of this Pensacola Oct.1825. -
porti lardsron
younger ,
of which lhe town of Beelersville is laido r
of tue andntbout'' FOB 1826.
.. confederacy; 'uad : .
,Valuing( } e right' or''rneriu of'the: ci i Collector't OJJce,District ofPejitacolaJfovemberZtth ,L .
tiit Penknives & & John Lee Price- .
Ana ot other aectioDl.of.the' country, -e. c. ,. Williams, .. ,'1825. S- per.", dozen groce. 5&1Q_

will assert the equal rights &merits of the f.V'. Hasell: Huut.Pejisacola .' Attorney ,for Mortgagee* .Notice. is.Hereby y Given 'r '* single,one, 1 12w. .i
w ti br. ciizrd & of pert: cols, 3d Dec. 1825-4l-2am4m.; ,
ti: the
), intelligent sons we t. 19th Dec. 1825, -
.. > .IHO Masters Vessels trading i
'' :' *' '. .ot.- to. Pen Htisel1 Hunt.
7 lie +
immense importance r oi turnpikeffoada Deerskins ( tie, .. JL :aacola, that the IZttf section of the '
and Beeswax. "
canals e teber.7cb 1825.
&other branches of{internal -, ,
\ rostOJl Law will be-
fanproremgnt,'w.ill.bS Uairxtcd| and 'enforced IE hi ear mlrkei: pri:e-.Ufb e :"given -.- m,co-partnership' heretofore exist. from this! strictly.. enforced -or

ana every effort will be made to T. in,Caih, ,for,'Dtcrskmsand. ..Bees- "" \\vg between S Ym. Wright & Charles date.Geo. llL.\N1t "

A iaauce the,people of Tennessee to give wu"b. ,, "f Pindar,is.., day by mutual consent'dit-. W.JBarkley, : .t.' C' .. ." "
6fccm tit tef*aJi.ir.c John [ solved.. r .T'rh. Of various ae erlfitio .. erimcl1t"... .. Jerrison jr PMe.G{ or,.. .... fq[ .
r' "" Itecthis Otb .182S.-.47. l' '"
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