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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 11, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PI1BLuiitn EVERY SATURDAY, tween' Porto I .;., :
Bello and Panau ; the Jevel of. the, AtlanicOan.fthat the owner thereof 1 be; "urthf |;should devised.: I therefore .
BY W. llMILL1tEJNT i
: navigable Wjtht.i e id1ui With the iIdeotthe 'I .
*> Pacific alone t' obliged. brand fhe bales with I recommend seminary fotHhe tfc"ucation 'io- '
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SOLI EDITOR'AHD' PROPRIETOR art,' for boats of ". .
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PitbKthcr .r'M Laws of the Umted Slatet has county teachers in the mOD J
and of the Temoryoffkrida.SUBSCRU'TIOSYear throughout the rainy srasan, i that shall serve the double purpose previously to their being sent to tonal systemof ;instruction, ani: \v: '
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5 a superabundance of water. With of dock or'basin, and fill the canal, the market. in ,those useful Branches of:knowledge -; ,
Halt'year 3 out any means of ascertain'ngpractically so far as it is practicable to cut it .. ; which are' 'engraft.
l : proper
l' Quarter year 1 50 at the time 1 v as on the high water level; (possibly on elementary, attainments. A.
Single twelve and an half cents. (here the ,elevation of theingiidgeorofthr dl
Subscription paper*payable in advance. v td. to the Atlantic J Ira superior level EDUCATION. compliance:: with this recommit, (
AnvERTisiKR -fcvery advertisement height of the, must bt attain-, I am confident Extract from the Menage of GovernorCliiuon datiori will hate ,the most Vniga
of the width of one column and measuringnot stream at Cruces. I am under the that in abuirdant, supply of to the Leg Mature fJtev-York. influence on individual' :happiness, .
more than twelve lines of this tpe, strong conviction the road never water can be commanded from the The first duty of government, and social prosperity.- 'breakdown '
I first :-nsertion one dollareach weekly con ascended more than one hivusaid innumerable streams' of the Isthmus !! and the surest evidence of goud I the barriers which '
tinuance fifty cents; longer and wider feet above the level of the oceaii, during the rains, which 'continue government, is the encouragement has erected against the poverty .
acquisition
ones at the same rate. Rule and figure und that the height of the I of education. A
nvrr morel than half the general diffusion .
year, : and dispensation of" knowledge .
work, double price for the first insertion.!! ;
( Advertisements will tastefully displayed Chagre at Cruces, is at least fi/e I pouring a deluge over the coun-I of knowledge is the precursorand is to restore.the just ,rquilF- .: I
according to the nature of them: and to six hundred feet higher than I protector of republican inv.i- brium society-and to .pertorrh J
will be measured by matter of tins sized the point where it dehouchesJ try.The river waters will fail, for tutions ; and in'it we'most confideas a duty of indispensable! aid "! .
type. When inserted at intervals, (that \Vhen itis considered that nr> care .probably four months, to supply a the conservative power, that mount obligation and sunder p&r, .
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week from the first ;,
is to, the not inserted last insertion every) each,insertion will was taken to avid the higher ship canal, if resort must be hadto will watch over our libel ties, .inC impression I also tetommend that 4
be charged as a new advertisement.- points of the mountain ridge fcy Them ; but that will nut be for guard them against fraud, intrigue provision be made by the gra.ui- -
alw the road, and that it is whrrc a longer the Erie Canal corruption .and viol nce.
Amounts for advertising payable \.\s every period than! toUt education i in our superior seminaries
on demand : broken by d.*eu valleys, the pratfticability is losed by ice Tht". treams In early infancy, education may 'of indigent= talented, and
03-: Liberal contracts will be made I of a Canal, by means of of the Isthmus, unlike our own, be usefully admin is tt red. In 'some meritorious youth.
With those who wish to advertise by the the river Chagre, is perfectly can never fail, 'olong is the trade parts of Great Britain infant I consider ,the' system of our

year.OCJ: All communications to the Editor feasible: nay, certain. Tre tidewater winds continue to heap up and ga schools have been successively established common schools as palladium '
must be post pmdt or they will be attendedto in the Chagre flows up some her there .he immense mass of comprising children of QUfVC4leOflj1t7Z'flU :naauua-
or not,us ouiis convenience. fifteen miles, which, subtracted vapour, the exhalations of' the from_ two to six. years of ag. ', whose ble_ apprehension can br enteruirr-: .
.. from the whole distance, 72 nile, whole Atlantic OCt'an. Here they tempers, "neans ana I.minus are ameliorated ed of its subversion as lonjj'as trie -
1"f.'rlC. between the two seas at this p..,int1, first encounter -the land, and the and whose indigent I great body of-the people are ..enlightened '
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From the Bel'ow'aFaIit Intelligencer.TO iifcial navigation, rejecting the, sudden cnd< nsation, creating agreater. i means, to devote themselves to :---I....- 4.
MY DOG JOWLER bed of the Cn gre above tide Wa- fall of than is IVlt labor without interruption or un-
water :
On hearing of the late motion in the From the jVVw; England Galaxy. .
ter. Here is then a location fora perhaps in_ equal space, on t:1'I: .asiness.-Inltitutions of this I Public Schools -The good effect
-j they've legislature.Jowicv taxed ye, honest Canal perfectly attainable, ana| surface of the globe. In an ob- I kind are only adapted to a densi of public schools in New En- -t
friend, with inconsiderable labor, hut hi* jeci of so much importance to "the population, and must be left to gUnd, need, not 'be told, for it.i is, F
\ Assessed ye, put ye in the roll ; not that Canal which we w"nt.-It\\ mercantile world, 1 would humbly guardianship of private btne already well known in every quar- .
To exile every dog they'll send,' will answer local objects, but no' suggest the propriety of investigating volence. Our pommon schools, er. The equality. on which it .
Unless bom'e friend will pay his poll. grand inter-nation 1 purpose is;, fully the subject. I amconvinced enb> ace children from five 10 fiit places every. individual, and the ,!,
thereby attained. The world requires I.. he authorities ot Colombia en years old, and continue to in- it '
superiority ives the children *
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iJy all that's good the meant poor '.
Tvreen you and me to breed a strife, a ship Canal. The obj care ,sl would oppose no obstacle rease and prosper. The appropriations ot\ur d untry over, that of ,;..... '
To driveou into banishment to b injr Lima within 3,500'miles to the survey, or consummation of for last year from the Europe, it undoubted. The .Her. #"
Or bribe your friend to take your life, of us, whereas ii. is now a the work, having shown themselves school fund a'iuount 10 S80,670, Mr. Greenwood delivered an address "
voyage exceeding 13.000.-1 found liberally disposed to its en and'an equivalent] sum is also raised before the Boston Female .
But Jowler! don't you'be alarmed 'he distances *,, I taxation in the several school
.commuted from ewYotk and by
If palitlc) 3us do neglect yjju ; courdg f.ent, ready to be Asylum, at their late anniversary,
For ail d eir tax vc shan't be harmed- to Lima, 13 100 miles in my treated with en the subject. Th districts and is applied in the from which the ,following extractis .
1 love and honor and respect ye. voyag"-to lessen the distance to meeting of the Congress at Panama same way. The .capital fund is laktn, <*J apply ing to the policy' -
Columbia river still more, to openan 1 conceive would be a favorable 1.333,000, which 'will be in a' of those gernmenti'which discourage '
But taxes,!says the constitution easy passage to the Pacific, its time t-j ascertain the feelingsof 8'ue of rapid augmentation from the general diffusion of .
Convey the right to represent; innumerable islands the Eastern sales of public lands and other .
So dogs by this same resolution, ; and the South Americans ; the interests knowledge. The extract is copied .
May just as well as men be Scut.Kow Archipelago. I qutsf.on of Chili and Peru being sodeeply h.'urces. And it i is well ascertain from the New York Statesman of
whether the perpetual trade winds implicated with that of Colombia ed that more at & 4 O.OOO children last Saturday. The work itself
dogs and man and voters hear !U would not invite this route to China who 'possesses the immediate have brtu taught in out we have not seen. -
That Jowler's put in nominationTo at all it common schools during the. last .
seasons certainly jurisdiction and right of soil Fur diffr rent-were-the, -rlews. '
And po aid upon in public the coming legislation.year, would 'during the uiJavorabkmonsoon. :I \v. year. The sum distributed by* the of those gifted patriarchs''' '' uho J ,'*
The of II slate is now too small and the -
prariit ability I -4 founded a new empire here Thtjrwere J :
Jowler steer clear of demagogues, the 'Canal now remains to be in- From the .ational Gazette general fund can well warrant an < determin'tt4th: t: all 'their ,;..
Steer clear of the minority, vestigated.' I reject at once the I On Wedn. Sil"'y' evening last, a- augmentation to 120,000 dollars children shoula he taught of. the
I Take care to smell of other dogs. Lake Nicaragua and its outlet, the buut nine o'clock, a young lady annually. Lcrd ; and side by side with the
,And--vote. -with__ -the_ majority.M1SCELLAMT J Rio Si. J.>h,.s, on account ,>f its lelul thug from a part of friends, ,An important cHange has taken humble dwellings, which, sheltered
great I length, being nearly coextensive unattended, uas addressed by a place! in the free schools of New their heads from the storms of a
with that of tne E r ie Canal, man, in South Fourth Street, who York. By an arrangement between strange. world., arose thf! hn:1
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I From the Rational Jntelligejicer. and the depth of$ the river nut admitting told: her, that if sue did not give tne'coiporation tha city and house and the Huuse of God..... a
I Canal: across the isthmus of merchant ships.* Ii; would I him money, or something valuable the trustees of the Free School So- And ever after the result has beeR I

I ..' Darien. give to Guatemala the same iocal i and if she uttered a 'C1'.Y' he cie y, those establishments are to peac., great, 'unexa.).pled peacepeace -'; ,
I' benefits that Punama would derive would knock out her bra1l1s.- be converted into public schools, to the few, who gradually -
The attention ol thc'Vor1d has from her canal union with Cha- She walked on, .too much frignt- to admit the children of the richas encroached on the primeval for;. -

been but recently awakl ned to the I i gres ; but presents only triil..ig ened to speak, when her ungracious well as the poor, and by this an- eats of the land, and peace to the
imporiance ol I opnm0 a communication :! inter-national a 'ran agl !t. companion very deliberately ninilauun of factitious distinctions millions, who hanow spread 1 '
between the Atlantic and I now direct my attention to that proceeded to take from her, the there will be a strong incentive themselves abroad in it from bore .
Pacific: seas, across this very narrow point of th Isthmus, \vlu-re( I hope I Merino shawl in which she w.i* ; for the display of talents, and der to border. In the strength) ,.
neck of I land. The international I and believe i it can be t ff'cted. It I wrapped. She prct"eded-he followed I i felicitous accommodation to the and calm resolution ol that .
peace,
. \ benefit attainable by effecting is through :hat narrowest part, with lie shawl across his>> genius of republican government.In they stuoa up at once, and shook
) that object, is great and mag- ivhere the Bay of Panama on one uriii. They were shortly joinedby these seminaries, the monitorial themselves free from the rusted c
nificfiit J h. yond comparison. The side, and the bay of St. Bldss on another man. who walked on system has been always used, fetters of the old wrld ; and in
advantages of a northwest passage tne other, approximate wuhin the other side of her. Tne two" und it has in other instiu ions, the brauiy and dignty.of that
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to India, or a cut acrwto the Isthmus sixteen miles The mountains i'ruffians demanded money of her I been applied with complete sUc- peace they stand up now, self-go
ul' Suez, dwindle in the scale there diminish i to lulls, detached, aiC1 continued their threats, when cess to the high branches of edu- verned, orderly and independent*
ol results. Captain- l'arry' has unconnected spurs of the range, on arriving opposite Si. Peter's cation. a wonder to the nations. If a

: sufficiently demonstrated 'he inutility hat to the soutn becouus the gigantic burial ground, the new comers Our system of instruction, with. irange, should enquire of me the
of the first to commercial Andes. kJt emus have been ized her and proceeded to drag all its numerous benefits, is still principal cause and source of the 1I
'purposes, and the dangerous shoals to one of these nills the Indians I tier watch from her person. Before however susceptible of great im- I greatness of my country would Ibid '
of Ihe Red Sea vastly diminish the guided Admiral iJrane, to give however, accomplished pi ovemenl. Ten years of the ]life I him look.on the ocean widely
importance of the (alter. iiim a view of both seas at once, his objoct, the young lady screaming of a child may now be spent in a loaded with our merchandize, and
: It was the policy of Spain to and the spot where he conceived in an agony ?>f terror, he was comm school. -In two- years proudly ranged by our navy ; or on I
; I shut out the rest of the world in*r idea of a southt'rnassdge tone struck.I a blu,v on the head by aboy the elements of instruction maybe the lands where it. is girdled byroads ,
.- from her American possessions Pacific Ocean, and which he fifteen years of age, who had acquired, and the remaining and scored by canals, and I 6 ,
and more especially from the Pacific ailerwardb effected. I have seena just come up, with a stick, which eight years must either be spent in I urthencd with the produce of
ocean, and the rich mineral Colombian officer, who, from Lid him nseless.. The other repetition or idlenesss, unless the industry and ingenuity ? Would l lI
countries bordering thereon.-In one of those hill, ascertained the tiliain J threw the shawl on the teachers of common schools art [ bid him Igok on'these thing a*
the pursuance of that system, the distance, mathematically, to be Around, and endeavored to wrest competent to instruct in the higher the spring ol our prosperity ? In.*
I Isthmus claimed the immediate less than sixteen miles, from shore the''.slick from the boy, who clung branches of knowledge. The d..ed I would not. Nor yoald I :
teniion of the Spanish Court.- 10 shore. He" described tne coun manfully to it. The man who outlines of geography, algebra, show him our colleges and literary
:. :No roads were cut No canals excavated try as broken, and indented wiin had;, been prostrated rose and was mineralogy, agiicuhural chemistry institutions, for he can see DO- ,
:i 1 A dihVuit mountainous! deep valleys. Tne.bay of St. Blass about to join his fellow, when mechanical philosophy, surveying bier ones elsewhere. 1 would pass; 1
: route was selected for a mule track affords most exceller.t, harbois hearing the noise of persons running geometry, astronomy, political all rh se by ,; and would lead blip
:: between Panama and Puerto BelJo he rise ot tide scarcely reaches towards the spot, they both economy and ethics, mightbe out by some winding highway among l '
'-.. ; a distance of about 70 miles.It .- two feet_ ; the bay of Panama is flee precipitately. During the communicated io that periodof the hills and ,woods, anjl :
was along this path, on the open ; but is never disturbed b) scuffle, the young lady fainted- time by able preceptors without when the cultivated, spots grew' "'
tanks of mules, the gold and silver storms or tempests. The natives ,luvis for a time taken to a neigh- essential interference with the mall and unfrequent, and the
t of Peru and Chili was con- navigate the sea in vessels made bout ing house, and from thence to calls of domestic industry. The house became few and scattered, .
eyed in its transmission to Old of single trees-the rise of lid ier home. fhe gallant boy disappeared vocation of a teacher, in its influence and a' state of primitive nature :
Spain. More recently another exceeds thirty feet. Here then, : when he found her in on the characters and destinies seemed to be immediately before .
: .route has been adopted, from Panama is the point if any truer*, that tin safe hands, nor is it known who he of ,the rising and all future us, 1. would stop in some scquea- "
So Cruces, 22 miles. Ipcated ship canal is practicable ; and 1 was generations, has either not been tered', spot' and directed by a steady .
on the waters of ihe Rio Chagre, propose to the consideration, of _11_ fully understood, or duly estimated. hum; like_ that of bees,.I..would :,
thence, 50 miles dowc that stream, the inquiring and scientific,.-the Fromtlze Baltimore Jlmercan.Tli It is or ought to be ranked point to hima," .1 lowly" building! t f
to the Atlantic ocean. The road following method i on the ,universal e Grand Jury of Richmond among the learned professions. hardly betterthi ,.a shed,.buf full 1
to Cruets over the highest laud principle hat (ateriyihl county, in Georgia, have wisely With a full, admission of the, merits of blooming, happy chiltiren, .colected 'I
between the two seas, is inconceivably find its level, I assume that, at half presented as a great and growing several who now officiatein ,)together from the remote I.
bad to North American. tide. in the Pacific, the waters of evil, the fraudulent packing of that. capacity, still it. must be and unseen farm-houses,) conning; :
Much such a surface is presented : that ocean are on a level with cotton, which has long existed, to conceded, that the information of over' their various tasksi' read- I
.to the traveller as the well known I tbove of ihe Atlantic, making some the ii jury of that state_ To obviate many of the i instructors, our ng .with a voice of r fcrf ntul .
high lands of the State of New- : small, allowance for the operationof so shameful) a, practice, they common schools,,does not extend, rnonotoflya..portionoi'tWprI -
York. Imagine a gullied path : the trade winds. To .raise the 'sugg&t the passage of an, act by beyond rudimental l education'.' of God ; and'I,wouM bid .him i ,DQta ..
crossing those hills in .a righi vyatcrs in the.Caribbean sea above the'le ;Ulatur t, compelling ,every ,that our expndiigpopu1ation! requires that even here, in the midst o J poerij -
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.. line, and a fair i ;idea is presented ol; their natural level, say two., 01 per Downing a. gui,to record,the constant.accession to their ? ;,.and sterility, was .a :speci r
the road of the Isthmus Darien : :three 'feet> 'we have still an elevation samTefl. the ,county\ \.court, and to numbers, and.,that ,to realise these 'men of thousand :rureaIwhichalLourchildrn }
The Rio del' Chagre takes its I. : ,in; the Pacific,'at high.w.at.e, give lecurity for.the, faiihful.pack- ,'Tiewsiti: ; ;.necessary jbat: are. tziigl'! '! _

rise JL the higher" 0f *jpounuins. ,. be-: I I of upwards, pf,tJuricca feet above ng,o. I All...cotton. *- at 9 **9&td,* gin j ,and.r .-new(1 plan for- obtainingabj! ,;!somel itheLbrd, ,*, ', *and.'- formed, 'some


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legislate for the Ia dand all to ,Public Debt of the U. States. copal palace I however, at Cape before her lilly pride would luf- more firmly our free l institutions;
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Francais fer her to recognize the indepen- and maintain their independenceof
understand its constitution and I Hayti, formerly Cape ,
i Statement of the Debt of the United State, Netherlands but all foreign control."
dence of the -
the
laws, to maintain their unspotted and destined to be new capitaland
lit 1826.
Januaryt ? Did her stubbornness A trial was made at Lynn
It what then
birthright, and contribote to the Three per cent stock 13,296,231 45 the seat of Government. ,
great aggregate of the intelligence Exchange 6 per cent stockof is situated in 19 deg. 46 min. 30 prevent: their recognition by (England) in October last, of a
the morality, the power aud peace 1812, 56 539 3C see. N. lat. There is in it a fine the world ? Did it prevent their boat, furnished with copper air
of that mighty commonwealth." I cathedral dedicated to our Lady.It I independence de facto ?-cramp tight cases, according to the plan
x.Ara&hua -. Dolls. 13,352,770 75 is also the seat of the theatre, I their energies, or even fail in ultimately recommended by Capt. R. Spencer -
Six per cent,stock of 1812, j' off this humiliationfrom R. N. in order to obviate the "
Vil/age.-This village, !J (sixteen millions,) 6,187,00684' university, and of the academy extorting
i 1 a p<< i \)f' the town of Dunstable, i!I Do. 1813, (7A millions,) 12.403,051 66 music. The population of this i Spain herself ? Neither does great expense of the regular life-
N. H. is situated on the Nabhua I I i )to. of 1813, 5,452,884! 45 town does jiot at present amountto ''it surprise us to learn, that "Spain boat. The boat was of small -dimensions
L' river near its confluence with the:: lo. (.f814, 13,096,542, 10 above 6JOOO souls ; the whole still considers her right to the and borrowed for the
Do. of 1815, 9,490,099 ,
contain about Americas possession nor to purpose : under the thwarts were
IVU-irimack. It is thirty three Treasury note six cent. island is supposed to as a ,
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miles from Concord, N. H. and !I I I stock. 1,479,374 82 ',000,000. r Rdigious toleration is be relinquished under any circum- placed the air-tight cases of thio
'j' about the same distance from tioB-1;.: Do. 7 percent do. 2,113 92 allowed. [Tfie. Government has stances." When did haughty copper, enclosed in boxes of
Five per cent. stock, sub- j will interferewi t.hinkotberwise ? three-quarters an inch Norwaydeal
t ton. The iwo manufacturing establishments declared that It not Spain ever act
t at this place are pro States scription to Bank United 7,000,000 00 h the d mestic affairs of the Did not her Philip the 2nd suffer. for greater security ; outsidethe

f babiy of the same extent as those !::, Do. of, 1820, 999,999 13 whites established in the Island, himself to be suffocated to deathin boat, and attached to the gunwale
!; of Dover and Somersworth. The Do. of 1821, 4,735/296 30 nor will th< ir religious creed, so his chair, rather than compromise were also two similar cases,
: fall of the Nashua river in the dill-;j: Exchanged .five per cent. ,. long as the r do not seek to. makeproselyles his dignity, by ringing his five feet in length and eight inches
1 t I of 1822, 56,7C4 77 disturb the faith bell when his fire ? Capt. Spencer found three
tance of two miles is 65 feet ; and nor to room was on square.
I it is calculated ..that. the water Four stock and, a act half per the cent 26th of those, w ose creed L not exact- and does not his worthy successor seamen volunteers to accompanyhim

power ib sufficient for 1000spin- of May per, 1824, (Florida ly like thtir own. This Island to this day, as tenaciously adhere ; when, having pulled out the
dies for each foot fall. The largest loan,) 5,000,000 00 hows that a difference of colouris to his empty title of King of plug, and filled the boat with water
establishment is situated above. Exchanged four and a half | not accompanied by a difference Jerusalem he can possibly do they rowed out where the sea

I the Iridge, ; to furnish the wa'er ,per cent stock, per act 95 : of intellect and of moral qualities ; to his lost possessions in America ran the highest, and laid her
of the 26th 1824 4,454,727
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: power, a canal has been cut for May, : that nature l every where benefi. ? These things, therefore how- broadside 1o the surf which broke

., the distance of onand a half Doils 70,3.->7.801 :35: rient% has t ndowed man with the ever ridiculous and con' m ptible over her so violently as to renderit
miles. This establishment is intended S"tl1t" sentiments! (with very slight they may be, as proceeding from difficult for he men to prevent
for the manufacture of cottons Dolls 83,710,572 60 dlifl rences,,) and the same intellectual Spain do not surprise us : but we themselves from being washed out

and is superintended by Mr.I :: Trcatury Regiater'Department, Office, Dec., 8, 1825. IV.ii.tics; which only require should be indeed surprised lo find of the boat. Having fully ascertained

:: Benjamin. A large stone and Joseph N nurse, cultivation!; to produce everywhere i her presumption more justified by that she was perfectly safe
brick factory, 155 feet by 48, four Register thfj same results The ''I the event in the one case than the when filled with water, they baled

'fr .t';'rh's high-an extensive' m-- ----..,.. '" _... iiaytitns will become celebrated other, or that} "the ch-racter of her out & rowed out into the htavit'st -
;f'' chin shop, numerous shops fort Y11A1iN.- ----1 in me history of the Antilles and the Cainolic religion, the riches ofa sea to the S. E. point of She

: traders, mechanics, 5cc and seventy w : I indeed the white race prove bjr numerous clergy, great properties Corb, where she was placed in
"nements for dwellings have From die liaitimore Gazette. their example., that men wearing cultivated by slaves as enu every direction to receive the

,. )., \ already been erected ; and the Hayti.-As -ins Island is now I'' the colour of the negro, when freed merated by the Jou ual des De shocks of the scat which were sus-

; : foundation of. another large facto. an object of public' attention, tin from their degrading bonds, are bats, could ever give her a greater tained in a manner, which the

,; \ ,ry IHllirlin of which it i is calculated I following details will be probably, as Cupablr of civilization as the 1 influence in America than sheat I most sanguine could not have an-
thai six or seven are to be acceptable to our readers :-The I whites. Hayti has reached a high : this day possesses in Jerusalem : ticipated. The success of tha
,.. I built, is laid. After the water has President i is elected by ihe Senate ; degree of 'prosperity during ;he and the Netherlands. plan will be extremely valuable :o

b: "n oi.ce used at this establish- his office is for life, and his reve- snort time! it had been independent. Whatever hopes Spain may : merchant service, as by procuringsix

IP; II%, it passes into the river below nue is 200,000 francs per year. _In fact, the late Ordinanceof found on the discordant elements I cases, the common ship's boat

j. t he lridgrwhence it is again He has the right to nominate his the King has raised the Hay- said \o exist amongst 'us, she : may in a few minute be rendered .-t.
: taken by a canaf and carried the successor, in a letter addressed to tiens in the rank of sovereign nations would do well to consider, that ; a life-boat. '
i
dftame of about! half a mile to the Senate ; but that body is, how- and we may foresee to whata I with these very elements the A- .....---.- .

ati.- her extensive establishment ever, fee to rt'jrct this nomina- high degree of power they may mericas wrought their independence 8C!) a .tl3
in ended for woolen manufactures. tion. It may accuse the President attain, placed as they are in a fine when the influence and ?! .
T us establishment is superintendent fhi President possesses the ex climate, arid under a wise and energetic power of Spain were less contemptible '
SATURDAY 1826.
FEBRUARY 11.
!bv .\J r. Haven who nas travel ecu.ive power; he is the fountainof G ,vernment. than at present ; and it -=-- -...... .,
led in Europe and minutely examined all I h<>m>r, and appoints to all A Milan; paper states that an is downright dreaming to rely on Vcrite" sans fieur.
; the manufacturing establishments employments. The Legislative inhabitant pfTroina in Sicily, has them now for re-action ; or to .
In England, &c. and Power is divided between the Senate invented a.. machine, with which presume, that purified and sublimated In these days of rapid improvement,
when roads
and canals receive enthusiastic
thus qualified himself r this im- and, Chamber of Deputies ; ships may pe moved by hand instead as they have become, they support from all classes,an we may
;! purum and arduous undertaking. and the Chamber is composed of of the' dangerous steam en- can conduce to a system, whichin be excused, if we follow in the general

i. 1< is not* we believe, more thai Deputies, onw sent from each pa gines. Tree persons, one of heir grosser state, they rejeci- feeling; believing as we do, that, among
t one year since mis establishment rish, and .wo from the town ; they which woi ts an hour and rests ed. Spain, sunk in despotism, is these schemes ofa visionary aspect, muck
tvas projf.csrci: ; and the progress must he land owners, and must be two, are sufficient to move a vessel yet to be taught, that I in States will accomplished, which will am* lio- -
: 1 rate the condition of man, and remain to -
; al eddy made is such a, to fill the 23 years of ag< They$ are elected of 20 t--us., (4.0:000 1 Ibs.) and so in sustained by popular opinion! that future ages proud monuments of the wisdom -
beholder wnh wonder! During; for I t years. The Electors, who I l.iopuriion for )larger vessels.The .- which she terms discord, is the and foresight of this. .
J: tn. psPsrnL1saso1t a canal and sell tru-ir votes are excluded frrm I expense of the machine is best preservative of general harmony. The eyes of America from Maine to
:. t.'J embankments to nearly the distance all employu n! under Govern-i! from 600 to 1000 ducals. It is affirmed In that unhappy country, Louisiana, and from the Lakes to the At-

t: : of one mile-a factory' }>uildintf ment. The Deputies meet on A- I tna;} repeated. trials have with "a people priest-ridden, the lantic a ship., are channel directed across to the the grand Peninsula schemeof of

: t \ 155 by 48-a dye house 150 hy pil 1st eveiy year, *\ Port uu I bt *'n 'nu..<. :with Zli public voice gagged, and a press Florida, as developed, we believe, for the
! L1; 48-a wood house and machine Prince, and remain 'oj'ether) thrfmonths. J ( n'rtl Ft>y, distinguished lat- I inimidatrd, where, in short, no first time in our Delegate's letter to the?
,: Li: i shtsi. 250 by 30-20 tenements for The Senae iscompostd : U-ily as a ', :inber of the Cham- warning voice permitted to in- Secretary of War And the blessings of .
4j- dwelling h.u8ts-sevpral) out-iiou- of 24 Members, <. ho, are dt"C1UJI) I ber of D-- )uncs, and previously terpose. between danger and de- more than the inhabitants ofth's confederacy .

; se*, uFid a handsonii! bridge across for 9 )'eu8 by the Chamber of Deputies : ala. a gallan' .,uldit r, died at Paris struc'ion, there will unquestionably I will that be shall due order.1n<.l.the paid completion to the Congress of-

- the Nashua tlf I 105 feel-will have by means of a triple lib, ''un ihe 28:. D o)' November. The arise less seeming discordance I that beneficial: work which yields in importance -
f {t : b,...I. completed by this company. (which must! nOl contain I ;. 2Vlr Haven calculates that his PC- : of any Denuy) presumed by the I i flLiflCeStflI r event :- where men dare speak and act I the Isthmus of Darien or Panama.
I t 1i tablishment, when finished, will President. To b. a Senator, a A frightful misfortune, an irre- boldly. But is the latter less Secure here the two grand oceans, separated,
I for more than 7000 miles, will be forcedto
be competent to turn out per day person must h> 30 vears of age, parab.e l loss has fallen upon on this account ? With ,a unite;and nature, conquered by art, .
,: five hundred yards of finished and no one can-be re-elected till France. Gen. Foy ceased to live country like Spain, it is the silent wiil acknowledge the superiority of intellect .
r It woolens. When it is considered, after three years. The Senate is : tnis day at5 o'clock.Ve shall devastation of the earthquake ;- over those barriers, which she has
tha' the maurial of which this particulaily charged with all that be dispensed from he necessityof unpreceded! ; indeed by clouds and established, perhaps, for the exercise of j

cloth is composed, can and will j concerns the Acministr&tion- any remarks. Public grief is forewarnings, like the storm ; but human power. .
- br produced ou the soil of N %"- is a permanent body, and each in these first moments the ontyhomage for this very reason, more certain The of:: that world is looking for the completion -

E gland, that the whole work will Senator receives a salary of 8,000 wbrthy of the great citizen and ruinous in its effect. If Spain the genius of grand liberty enterprise., which-ha And* roused it is to 4

accomplished by home indus francs. The laws resemble those whom we have lost. may ever reasonably indulge the energies of more than thirty millionsof
_ _Irw_ try, and that instead of sending of France, the French Civil Code A letier from :Madrid, published hope, it will be when America encourages souls, inhabiting the two Americas 1t
I the money out t.fthe country, it In'ing the basis of them, and the, in the Journal drs Debats, this dangerous repose; that Europe will be indebted for a participation ,

ir ..; circula es here for the benefit ofF Code of Procedure regulating the states that, the English company, when, in shor:, like herself, we which in the shall benefits unite of the the Atlantic proposedcanal and t

oui farmers and work-people-it Tribunals.. There is a Court of who had obtained permission to administer opiates, instead of Pacific seas.-The most useful, perhaps, J
I Would! he impossible loo highly Cassation, a Court of Appeal, and search for ihe galleous, with their caustics. since the foundation of the world. t
r to estimate the value of such establishments Tribunals! of the First Instance as treasure, sunk$ off \ igo, had already I. Be the elements of the New The article which we this day copy .,
to this section of the well Justices of the Peace.. succeeded from the National Advocate, tons pt
as i by sounding, in States, however, hat they may, I appears
4 coun.Ty. The influential classes of Cape ascertaining position of three the events of an arduous and successful has more heretofore deserving been of written notice on than this all sub.that

\Ve( understand, noiwilhs and- Henry and Port au Prince, the : of those gallcois.: revolution; have proved ject, and we offer it to the considerationof Jo
+ log "ie liberal and extensive expf nditures most important places, are emu- : The 'Paris! :Millinersof the opposition that affection for Spain has no our readers as such: believing that we CI'
c at Nashua, that the stockis lous to give strangers a favorable : w e ,) have, b> share In them ; and should the have a deep interest in the undertakingas tl
vjld above par. These expendi'ur.s .' idea of their character, and their 1 way of ridiculing the reduction cf spirit of party ever exceedits_ due well as in the permanent establishment I

have already been of greatbenefit affability and politeness. Strangers I the ate of'interest, by M. de Vil- bounds, the surest remedy fr this i of the liberty,_of our sister_ Republics. ,it t Si

; to the surrounding country, are received with the greatest : lele, from 1'5 to 3 per cent. reduced evil would be tn presence of the It will be seen by our Congressionalextracts I t,
and are even felt to this distance. attention.
r They are under the the rims of the fashionable
common enemy amongst us. that the Florida wrecking law ,I t:
\\ hen the establishments shall be immediate protection of the Go- hats two thirds, and nicknamedthe Another very curious motive is has attracted the attention of Congress.
., in operation, it may be calculated vernment, and the inhabitants arc curtailed things three fier given for the sanguine hopes of Loud and repeaed comphints have been 11U
1' that the benefits will b,. still more anxious to treat them with hospi. cents I I Spain. The Editor observes- made bcth against the law itself and the c

. .- extensive.' Thr rise in the prices tality. Every thing concurs t'.* In Prussia a large_ number of She," (ailudingto Spain,) udoes mode been badly of its execution.administered.Doubtless by it has 1'.
of real l estate in the vicinity has ;promote /wledge and civiliza have off their of I promoting;
young men cut not despair getting back her private emolument lather than the public -
acdt-d very much to the propertyof tion. By the praiseworthy exertions thumb in order to claim exemptionfrom colonies, for she has seen France, good. A notary and ajustice of the
landholders. The tillage is of th" government instruction milu ry duly. Republican and Imperial, re-de peace is a novel tribunal to be invested .
sit u\tt'd on a sand), light &uil ; but is very generally diffused North West Pa'Bage..Some; of mand her legitimate King, after with maratime jurisdiction. And we .('(
th of have been told, that one.ot the gentlemen
projectors these establish- establishments
have beer formedfor
our contemporaries having stated of crimes misfortunes
twenty years who officiated as Notary at n:
: xi."'n s were so fortunate as t'o. disCover leaching the List elements ol that the Key
. expedition to the North and victories. Much West for some time, had never"receive*! ;
t .. amidst the pine woods about the sciences. There are four Pole was totally abandoned, we might be said in refutation of this sucn commission from our Executive-we Ufl
1 a mile distant, nearly covered National will not vouch for the
Schools
great at each of can assure our readers that Capt.; argument ; we shall content ourselves correctness of this
; vith ground, a ledge; of granite,' 'the towns of Cape Henry, Portia Parry is reengaged to make ano- however, with observine, report ble ,the but we think it more than proba. If
,
. affording! plenty of material. so necessary -: Puix, Sans Souci, and Gonai ther and as per-centage due the Territory
: for the VflS. attem, will sail! with that its very premises are .'?' .. is reprebented to be lost through him
construction of, Port au-Prince possesses a Lyceum :he expedition early in the spring.A France did not re-demand .her le- This law has associated prejudice and J\;
.. their works at a very small expense. and ih each parish schoolmaster disrespect with theU *
.' a voyage >fdiscovery round *he getimate King. A concurrenceof nie of }Florida
.-A. H Pat. : is maintained by the Government world wou d lie more interesting circumstances, induced more which we hope will soon be removed. 1r
; I besides the institutionsof and would certainly offer the ambition of There was no confidence placed in our
more by Napoleon, than tribunal Ie
: A society, establisned in Paris private individuals.( The me. probable advantages than the. by the free will of France, led to New York by, the since Insurance they deemed Companies it advisable at- S.

; for the purpose of building steam thod of mutual: instruction is fol North passage, if accomplished this change ; nor could any thing to charter a fast sailing vessel, and to>
boats ol iron, on the 8th of No lowed. French, and Latin are can ever elffct .Land. Times. short of the united bayonets of send a special agent to Key West* tt>prod'tect
. Tetiiber launched one the well the their interests.It .
upon taught, as as Mat hematics.
. From the National Gazette. Europe, have effected it. What tbC
Seine, which was 120 feet long, There is a University, founded We f was on account of the odium attached
by hav* in our hands the Caracas
hope Spain have of such vast .
may to this law, and the disposition manifested
caries 125,00 abuut ,
; killograms, or the late King and
Surgical
Henry Co ml
; a I o )inn o of the 7th ult. It
support, we are yet to learn. We to speak lightly of it, that our Delegate
I 125 tv. I, and draws but fourteen School
I which''has a French contains the following editorial do not indeed insist, that Francewas thought it his duty to vindicate the 3
I inches of water. It weighs a third insiru"tor ; vaccination has been article of ihe Colombiano which satisfied under the increasing motives of the authority, that enacted it. 11)
i leas than a v sselljf the same lonDllg' introduced. Henry also establish will be read with interest by the despotism of Ills remarks are given in connection with an
1 built of wood. Several other ed of Napoleon ; some the subject. The Governor and
an academy music and paint- politicians]of this Iei4&-
country. change had become but
similar boats are building at the ing ; he built a theatre, andNevery "We in necessary, live Council saw large amount* of property .- 1
and published our last number we believe that the restoration of carried from our coast to foreign
- t same establishment, they ire where buildings are erecting, some observations of the and
the Bourbon ,
dynasty'Was the one ports our Treasury deprived: of a, 0E
. expected to be of great benefit to which attest the growing prosperity Journal des Desbats considerable wished 0C
respecting least anticipated, or desired. revenue, and to pre ,
the trade of Paris, by expeditingthe of the republic. The Catholic'\ the sentiments entertained 'by Should despotism ever vent, as far as. pos9)h.lc) l % a.cQnti ua on of
transport of goods i" the prevailing religion ; it is 'Spain Jow rds the Americas. This also prevail amOJgst the practice. It appears.from; : Judicial tl'
us, we seek
; A new work of Professor Rich the religion of the state, with a Journal is may a decisions,as well as.by the report of the Co
pretty correct in stating, change its exact nature
; no one Committee in Congress, that they mistook -
erand his produced a lively sensation hierarchy similar the
to hierar- taof
I in reference: to the jugation but the
re.slA can predict : this., e do pre- remedy and exceeded their .
in the medical world.-It iseruitlt.d chies Europe The archbishop'steat of th AtD rJcal, "that Spain is dic ;-that pain would deriveno powers. We trust, that such provision
a History Qf the recent, is at St. Domiago, the former {,atieni"ana can wait." We know advantagefrom it and 'that will te made. on' this subject by Congress, 1

progress of Surgery. capital bf Hayii. He has an epia.L she cauihe waited eighty years ,its sole objectwould be; to 'secure concerned as will not,only but secure deserve the and interests: obtain,of-tb ajl)

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> : merchants.an*! confidence. of our own and bet-ville; and Bayou Manchac, was riotisly eservins; the consideration which we liitened to with much satisfac The subject of the MUitoir -, *: -, .;. "';

Jv rclgn thken up and agreed to. I of Congress. It is several! tion. That he adduces many facts recorded Panama ha* not yet been decided .II

the Hrr.n.wine The reports unfavorable to the : hundred miles to the nearest court by numerous navigators and travellers in Senate. It is skid :.- '
General \fa3'ette.left tne -
When petitions of ofl I IMiss'mri which go,,i ih connection with the upon .
Frlurthe;! niJ hiplJle'l of that sundry inhabitants I of admiralty, and in many instanceb phen ontena attending the polar reginnsto that ii-( meets with serious ..opposition .

a,r4CI I'resented hi n :\address, which praying the removal of1. vessels are so disabled as not strengthen his theory,and render it very- in that body, the particulars

*'r do not \lblish-nClt that: it wants me- t' Land Office in the Salt River I_to be in a condition to be carried plausible, cannot be doubted.- .,/Jfm. of which (the Proceedings of '

$nCt rt\ of expression and afTtctiona'ely, hut: bl'causc-re-I Land District ; and to the petition that distance for adjudication ; thr "\ the' S*.nat- on -.urh IU )jl.C'S being .

'II'c'h elegant il is only 1 a repetition of thatof of Michael Heather ; and to the I consequence it, that they an- forc- Look Out !--Counterfeit twenty confic'ential,) we have it not in -
ffrdfllJ. i petition of Daniel Hogan were ed into the Provinces of dollar notes of the State Bank of .
.,,,.,.,.'a"c thel'ea1't., winch spontanesi ; Englandor our pnU-H-I ) disclose to our readers -
,,U I "\ f.' ws to impress upon lie! p'od concurred iu. I Spain,:and disposed ofin a way North Carolina, are in circulation, : Acif. In f. '
.In- ihe feelmgpof every American, who The report of the Com. on Naval not morel' favourable to the owrei and said to be well executed. \

h' 'the luppiness; lo meet w lit I him. Affairs, relating to the L t'rrsuf and by a tribunal as exceptionab e Raleigh Register. \. F-ow a London Pafxr.tr. .
extract of a letter in which I
\l' 'I'cm is related, and thexvcroftlie Com Porter and Thomas Randall as that under the Florida WreckIng I '> PrrVms' Steam K.>ckcl Engine.
1,.p:tUteircufltaflCC was then taken I Law that has rxcited From the Petersburg Intelligencer. ThXfo I lowing-! the method of using -
general given ; an answer, up. so mucn
a, ; I Officer the American this tictive engine, tor the invention
E.rtractfrrnn an J th\ltr
"IIc.h j points out the opinion, thatjfitM Mr. uickerson said he was not attention account of the noveltyof
: obtained
1iVavp. I I'U. of which Mr Perkins has a pa- '
hr entertained of the young and estin. present ycttetday when the Chairman the to confer ad .iraitv!
attempt < S. Frigate Brandywine, > tent. A\ylinder made of cast iron, is
.&ble officers, as well as the t fleet they. of the Com. made the report ; and maritime jurisdiction on a Gibraltar, Nov. 25. 1825. > built in a furnace in an oblique direction: ,
ilic venerable I
trLIJl.Ccd upon. general.Vc but he thought the Com had not : Justice or, Notary. As he only .- Dear Sir-After considerable into which the rocket vessel is I piac- d,

--.i. taken a correct view of the motives -. rose for the purp jse of vindicating dtlay, owing to the general monotony when chargr( 'in the following manner;
\ understand, ilut the U. S. frigate 1 the hollow partis tilled with water to the
Consirllation was ofi'our harbor on the i which had induced Comm. the Council from a desire to pass i of our cruise heretofore, 1 a-I I I mouth piece, winch is iciewed in, and '

9li intt.\ and llut lie has taken a Pilot on Pjrler to address his letter to the a lawjintentinnallv, frc ? which so i vail myself ot the opportunity afforded t has a dimtnitive aperture ; into this aplug '

boar Senate on this subject. To give much misctieflas resul'ed, and! by a brig on the eve of sailing made of brass oVany other metal of

g time for an examination of the to say it has arisen mor< from the to comply with the promise 1 asier fusibility, is driven, so as to cause

John Carroll was put Lpon his trial at Report, he moved that it lay on abuses of1its administration than made you Washington.. Un.. the great pressure UpOI, the water against -
iast term of the Superior Court in this plug the rocket is I placed ;
the jLckson County, for the murder of Mrs.itra the table, together with the Resolution ) the law itself, he would conclude fortunately, our trip across the on the cylinder btcommg\rrd hot, it -

;;, U II. l'01.throp-w\s found guilty, ; which was carried. with the expression of a hop.3, tha' Atlantic was mosi bolster' us ; communicates tie heat to the\ocket vessels .

ana was !sentenced by the Court to be And then the Senate aflj- urned. the honourable committee would consrquentlv I sea sickne.-s, andfiquent within* which will !oon "bitise. the
the J7tJi, ult. and have attacks of'the brass plug to meit; tie heat will drive -
cxicutcd cm ; we January 20. propose some, law better tosfccurr gout, OCCm .
Miice lennipdthut: the senterce of the law : The Com. on Roads and canals, the objects for which this attemptwas sjoiucl by dampness of; the weather that and the water out, and the latter immediately -
flashing, into steam, propels
; ca'Tied into effect, :at the time aboesptcififd.
nas
: to whom was referred tne bill to intended. deprived us of many opportunities iiidiscnbable .
\\ ebb, Call, and Stone, Attruirson : the rocket with force to a
the side ot the prosecutionA'tn provide for the survey of the proposed The bill' was then ordered to be of conversing wi h ,he General great distance. H) the sanir means o* '

UnlUfccIl ni'd,Gordon fur the priscJltV. *- canal and ship; channel a. read a 3d;: time to-morrow. ), which we w hid otherwise= Iher projectiles ca.} he dischargd. -

cross toe peninsula of Florida reported January 20. have enjuytd. Sufficient were afforded .. .

In this case. there was no positive or th \same without ma- VAL SCHOOL.Mr. however, to enhance the Captain 1 urner, of the brig Marseilles, :

dneil testimony to the fact offered by1lt :t-rial amendment any Storr from ,he same committee: opinion oi his! goodness and aflubilii arrived Xtw-York on Fnuuy from Malaga
: prosecution. hut a chant of circum- with a reportof reported a I ill fur the establishment of a and Gibraltar, int'ormsthat reat ns-
fia-.tsal facts appeared so connected and ;hr opinion of the Com., and a Naval School 1 Ii'which was read twice, ) we previously entertained. tiess prevailed at the foru.tr place, inconsequence

jtrtnu-ni, tnat lew. if any, who heard the l Ling communication from Mr.: (''oOln.iUrd Ittt-: Hitorder of thf day for On leaviug the ship, we presented of the heavy rums which '

tli.i i, could resist the belief of thc priso- \\ bite, :iI' Delegate from Florida to.morrOnd ordered to bp printed. an address: on which the enclo had destroyed the crops ,.t grapes, and
r's This I bill Mithonses the President to by the fermentation of wines. Several
7,1; guilt.I the sure to this is a copy ; and to
"In, is the first capital punishment,that on subject estaolish a School, fur the improvement. winch he r, phi d verbclly, as follows farmers had lost the whole of their 'u-tne tIn
has f ccum-d in the IVmtory, since it HI.I mts.UCl on ot ti1(' Midshipmen andothcr one mi !lit. That which was brought ,
came ur.ticrthe Anieric&n JlIl hlllctlUl1.- House of Representatives.January otlicerschool of the Navy rh.t.the said :-k* Mj I dear young friends : in was so inferior, that it was not thought

And it is, n seems, a new proof, that 16.Mr. mabe located any lund now 1 am unable to express ,. \ feelingstowards I worth preparing for :narkel conscjuent- 4
hitoe: secretly a crime mabe coini held by the United States, for Naval 1 or y.u. Briore 1 had the I) the price had advanced considerably I
Ba.Iies of AUss. hum tha: ,
:;. tea, } et thi re is an eye that sees, and : Military purregulations )joses. ami s i,il I be subject t'it I I pleasure ot your l quail}lu1Jce, ] on this article, as well as ou fruit, aud

thcic is a power: that can bring h-dden part of the Prtbideiu's message: i J e pres-cr.jtMi b) the Pre.stk'uttliat -. considered it ala h..nor to belong barilla t ;
traIaetIo.s to light which r< latts to the establishment il shall be un-ler the com -
to he Unneil( Sia-es' Navy- sinct The United States souadron. are ? -
I ofaMilkary Post a. the mouth I maud of a eo;, iutun: ot'llie Navy to be selected
then knowledge 01 as in- leaving, touched at Malaga; to water, and
I by tin- s'lh.nt-that one Pru thy you r- _
for
and th
tit;\ \J: l t. i.\) +\iL, oi the C-.lurt'bia river, :: fessor ot Nat. iral ami Experimental Pnilusopiiy I div.du.l! b, has auded to u y admi- then proceeded to Maiion where it would

-- -- explora ion of me country, reported and stWIIJIIIOlle Professor ratiun .Jt the chivalry of winter. The Brandy wine is to return to -'
your pro-
a bit! to authorize the stub of Mathematics and Navigation-one tie United :,t.tes.alid: afterwards will go
.Nineteenth Congress, lishment of P of ., and H a iJiioii, an : render' d sanguine my to the Pacific-
a Military .sf 01 Teacher I ico),rajthy! sor-on?
.bJJtS/' 4SL.SSJj.t%': ot" F S.III311 Lau- expfciatious of Us future achieve- The French corvette, La: Coqnille.
Posts, within the territury of th' 1'eacher t te >t= cIt a.t : ,
r> guages, and one Feucin., Master, snail! I men's. Your country has reasonto which sailed from Toulon on the 11th
JN SENATE
THE United Slates, on :ne Pacific ocean -
be appointed by the President. ri.e I. be pruud of you. I pan from August, 1822, under the orders of government .
January 1t.Mr. and to provide for the exploration compensations of tiiese Professors a-.u wiln \ snoDld on un errand of circumnavigation -

II dyne from the Committee of its coasts and wait s ; Teuchtrs is 1of i llk-allci the S-.cretar\ you rege.-bu yourcluu'S and discover), returned nut long

on N..t ,,1} AtT4irmdv the following which was read twice. committed the Nav)' i i. authorized to provide the or Ind an-.u"ua brihg you since and anchored at Marseilles having i
bo ks and ,- again to Francremember lhaLi been absent thirty-one-months an*. thir-
repor- : HtacJe the order of the jay for necessary ) implements app I _
rat us tortlieexceed school, the expense not to Grange is the home of ever) teen da>s, and sailed in that time twenty-
h i iui Cunt on Naval Affairs, tom.:1rroand. ordered to bprinted. dollars. Atiitrizun Fari-wrll." five thousand leagues. The scientific

to whom was referred a Itttei IVoin M=*- 1 he 4th at d last ecaon makes an ap- 1 had lhi nere because members the expedition made \aiuabie
reply
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Captain Dd\id Porter, of thc U. January 17. proprulion o '-dollars, tor reeling put collections in natural 1 history, and eit (tJ-

jit td S'.att-s; Navj requesting Mr. Webster from me coin. -n building-, me pavmunt. of bulanes 01 Pro of i.b brevity. His manner ted important survey: lu Coquil'e tost )
of l'rsirs and Traciiers, and for contingent WAS! mUSt offvcii ,nate.-The lear f not a single man,eitaer by sickness Ac-
en mves charges contained without
igalion
the Judiciary reported, a- expenses. in his eye, and the utmost convul c&dentduring the whole voyage-a mutt ;
in communications from the bill froii the Senate .
mtniiment remarkable circumstance.
I (iWMC, &MtttC' mm sive gi abp ol his hand, were sil n ,
Th'vims Handel! and John iuountiiii. annul the act -=- --- -- -.
'* \o concerning Fromt/ie\ Lynchburg Virginian.EicarfromJai1.A but ihr n ; and iu whom xvus also! re- Wrecks and Wreckers, passed by lellow who the feelings o' the man. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

f trt'l1 a let er fom Thomas Ran- the l -,,.et nor and L, gisUtivc has av" r' .y aUop etl the namesof Creator is inadmissible! because his p"o.

(1 It, ou the same ubjt-ct logeihir Council of tae Territory of Flori Brown, Robertson ald: Smith, .\ oroMJan.. '17 diction does not square with our prospectus

tilth a communication from the da. a "nvniida a ivw oays ago, and
pr from JUarbad'ts.
: :. Barry,
JP is too and
Secretary: .,1'llll' Na .y, covering :\Webster- in renoriinc th. c-.nfined in I ih new jail of thispiucr oft..t: ctii Lincoln, which II.&S.drried : doubt Phil the ftquem useiuiness: of his severe production., we .'

.nt' Proceed in gb ,-t tnt Court of bill without arm-ml men exoiin '.(. I en a bharge of horse meali at Olu Point In ten days Jl Cotton Planter i* received and we desire "

Ii-quiry and C url Martial, in rela bri. fly the facts which: had given : :g in North Carolina, made nis from Uurbad, suits tbat the tn pubnsh it, because we think there '

: ion: io Captain Porter: ," rrpor occasion to it. It appeared that, I escape on lu,:sday uigbt ast, byu Collector tha port informed bin- i is his sound complaint sense;and but truth as he running has chosen through to i'; .

u Thai iiccnsiquence: ot" slate 01 things, rihg t u hole through inc f'lior: of at the time of his sailing, that he be very bitingl}" severe on those, who i
have had theM
they se- which exibiccl on the coast ol Fio- the uppei apartment, in which he had received an order, which Was wasted flour in the streets b} throwingit

Tcrai communications under con- ri ida and its vicinity i in relation to was coiitiiuii. A reward (.;f S250 R j take cff ct on the 6th inst. permitting in his face, &c. we must lay it by, in

si<1.. ration, and find no uu.tr in the wreck d proper the Governor was offered lor hits apprehension Ameticuu vessels to enter mercy to those who have common tense.... J ..
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character of.tte irainactions to and Legislative Council of lhat oy the siuntVoi Si kes county, N. and clear without paying oiher -"::::

,which iliey relate, nial requiresthe ferrito: y hat'' passed an act, i -. which wi1l be sufficient, \s.. io iheotfiit-rs ot the Customs: any The following anecdote, extracted
/ Uht'rku'llce of this H from a New York paper, is told with so .
:u .e.h which was I f und in pracucc to bia : nope, to I preit: his final escape or an) higher tonnage duty than i much point, that we doubt not it will

It appears; thtt ihr Cirse ol productive of some pretty airangt.tiecis -.i lie was inefirsi prisoner who had what s txactfd: of Briash vessels I more than recompense the pains of peru

C plain i'urt r has been submii- -. -and which had led ui ciU oeen honor d wuh accommoda to oi the United States. al.Boton Statesman.
ports
tia io ihe propir tri unh; ; am % bo great as to attract the at- lions iti the lew jttl.Georgia.Sgur.Ve. and Ca'iclleswere: also There was a good, round faced, jolly
the com. do nut feel themselves leniion of The whole Soap permitted looking, broad shouldered, hon st, one J
Congress. io be carried, therein A eye feilow, at the Park Theatre the other '
xvusranttd in foin iig any opinion vubjct, h said is of a cnuracttr: learn with m-'rican vessals evenng. There were plenty of other :

unlttvora'ile! 0 their decisions, 01iiiuulgin which n quires !legislative provision mucn pleasure. that 'l nOlll al Prices at Barbados,' Dec. 31.-' eyes in the house, such as black eyes

,; any impression, lhaitu -ami therr being no court ol Spalding, Eq. has been thus farthe H. U. Hhu staves: S40 ; Flour blue! eyes, grey eyes made blue for a sea
ir pi" .ceedin s r. quire revision Admiralty near the sctne of these successlul( in cuUtvaiion 01 tn. son and blue eyes changed to black in a
sup 7 'jQ a 8 ; Corn busn, 80 cts : row but then our jolly fellow had
1 hr consider due alike ; one
t4
corn u wrecks, the Legislative Council ot sugar Cdite, on his (planiatiun on Black Eyed Peas, SI 35 per grey, full eye, not placed in the cer.tre of
the!
presorvalion I f a proper discipline florid, had iutellcr red ; bu, ins Jrlutchison's ; Island, opposite this bush. ; biiingles 22 inch. $10, do his head like a giant's, but on the right

and to the reputation of our .,oin so, had exhibited a courseofpretiy city. He nas sixty acres ot cant-, 14 inch 8 ; Boards W. P. S2d side of his nose, indicating thereby a man

oilkeis, ihai appeals should not bicncuuramd wild steeringand, in a denominated:, the ribbun cane, cash. of wit and humour, for men of wit and '
fro-ii huTtour never arc straight, &. they have 1
the cisiuns #
u Word had their which has i in Louisiana been considered
exerciser powei Produce of the Island.
1 high
; two eyes the one of them is generally '
-
the military court: UfMt-r this
I in a manner nol Calculated to proLCC vastly superior to the sugar S1 Molasses nonrno crops good for nothing. Our one e\ed hero

, tiew of u.e subject, and seeing n : any good dfrct0 the sutlerrs. white cane. Mr. Spalding suffered being made.Beacon sat in the pit, right below the chandelier

satislacto/y reason for in trpobing .' The whole su >j j jtCt was bc-: seveiely in the early part of the I which now and then would let fall a dMP, -

the auilu.riiy ol the Home in matters 'lore the Comnnuer on the Judiciary season by the gale which washed Extract ofn letter from Gen. Roc"tJ, of its Macassar Oil, merely to smooth the

\\hich iia\e bet n finally! se. who JHHI it in contemplation from the ground a considerable: J\'apoli di Ilomam, to the Gretfo Comin'ttee long round-a-bout hair of the under blue setter He had on .
which
a jacket, had
_lle. by the competent authuritiea i.J report a bill concerning it : part of the cane, and compelledmm at Paris.Sefit. been bought in Maiden Lane. A neat I ._ _

th coaimiiter ask leave io be dis- but they were of opinion that, to re-platit His sugar wonts 17.- The American fleet, black! silk handkerchief was round the )

cnarged Iro r the further con idt'- meanwhile, no lime unoutd be lost are now in operation and he isengaged consisting uf the Nouh Carolina, neck of our man, with a piece of the end .-
the Constitution the Ontario and down his bosom. His waistcoat had t
ration of the subject.Tlie in clear
and
of the grinding, boiling
in the act Legis-
annulling
buttons but the weather round
another corvette, entered thisport Sandy
report was rrad. lai\e Council, of Hoitd ; cda uill. granulating :; From the cxperi- I waited Hook had dimmed their lustre. Near

January 17, y therefore rcporlcd the present tilt nt, winch has thus far been on the 12th instant. our hero, sat a curious,muddy-eyed half- .

b The Vice Pr"sidct:t c'>ii'.unicjt till from the Senate without a- made, his care: viill average him := on C nmod;>re Rodgers, as blackguard, half-gentleman sort of an Englishman *

fdaJeticrfromihe Post master Ge- .La C II U Uh'n t. seven hundred and fifty pounds Envoy from th&Fr nch Greek with a waistcoat striped in a
h Com. to congratulate him on his slanting direction up his ribs, like the
w 1 r4l1 .Clu.p..n..u 0) 4 ,.s UIIt'I.1 :\1r.Vni\(-, (of Florida) I..id. per acre, and, it is believed! the syrup safe arrival, and he received me streaks of a tiger or some other wild ani I
the unproductive Post Kuu-cs will Un' expense: uf thr mal. tlis'colharwas
pay high, his head
ihould nol oppose th courselhdtlWd with the distinction. A wan e }
;- l-r ijitidsi! : \Ve understand that greatest ,his shoulders
year. plantation. high were high, his knees .
proposed by the Chairman after 1 had been .
time on
.\Juhn&t'iii, of Louis., submitted ; oi the Judiciary Committee, board, the members of the Government voice to the orchestra play 'Rule
tni- up
lolloping res .luticJn! : the ensuing I year, increase the
'. nor ohjLCi to the passage of the: came also to congratulatehim. Bnttania" One- ye turned round and _
Reotvcd, That the Com. of ground he this
on quantity -
b bill but he felt hin.. year looked his near neighbor. Orchestra
'b just reported ; r mpiants. The Commodore treated upon
;- > ;tU4it's be instructed Savannah Republican "
to orchestra, said the other "
sett bound to say, that, in the enat I them in the most polite manner, play' .
lrq..1IfC: into tn.- expediency of e- up Rule Brittaunia." One-eye spit his .
ton ol that law, ihe Governor and and invited them to a breakfast,
of his mouth
If\'llO quid out cried
;; Bdrrjck* near New Or- Jan 3. At ; high-collar -
LOU811UI Ky. -
Jl'.1:111. lor the of the UnitedMr. Legislative Council, in his opinion ",' where the utmost cordiality pre. tor Hrittania. One-eye opened his mouth: -
S. troops' were anl.hated.by the best intentions length we have had a rise of about vailed. The Commodore himself high-collar also opened his, and called a-

It.s1. and with an expedition: two feet in the river, which hds conducted us through every part gaIn for his tune. Stop my good friend*
: .. J"M-nston also submitted said '* we have no such tune in
down to our wharves at one.eye
that it would meet with the sanction brought of his On their de
superb ship.
T the ., ,' this I .tt should
: \ ; i of three country, guess. Why
; the mouth Bear-grass
before ,
_of Congress us ,opera- sa'ute! of 17 was fired "
parturea guns they not play it, said the other, it is a. t
} RrQlvtd, i'liat the Com. of (tion. If they had any other vi-ws new steam boats from Cincinnati, which was retuned by the Forts. very fine tune" '. We have no doubt of

; !-oii.n.ercf: be instrucud to en- of the subject, they greatly differ- all huil there, we understand, during When ihe Com. returned the visit, that," said one-eye, but in this countrywe

9\1afC ll:to the expediency of erect- t-d from his own; in supposing the last year, \ iz :-ihe De. he was accompanied by sixty, of forgot the tune of Uule Britannia' in

lll>; ';;iv.-housta on cape Florida themselves authorized to conferon win Clinton, the 'General Marin, the officers of his squadron. The July ever,could 1776,learn and hang it since.me"if we Yankees

and Cape Canavyrel. a territorial court Admiralty and the incinnati-thry have all Greek troops maneuvered and -..,- '- ,
The R That there have been returned up the river. We 'were before him. The -
"solu tio aubmittrd by. powers. defiled Greeks Warehouse at St. Marks. -
_
Mr. Hayne. calling for the Repot l I loud and numerous complaints a* on board of the General Marion, evinced the greatest enthusiasm, subscriber has lately erected near v

of .he Officers employed in the cain t this law there i is no doubt, which is a handsome boat and veil and it was truly a family festival. THE landing at-SL.Marks, a commodious

examination of the Harbors of both from our own merchants and !filled up for the acommodation The greatest cordiality subsists and secure WAREHOUSE, wbcr? '

: Charleston and St. Mary's luget h- foreign nations ; but this has resulted of passengers Two or three between the two nations. It is he is prepared to! receive goods, either .
below falls on StorageorCommisaon.
the
boa.
small
tr with[ the Charts Surveys, &c. mure from the nbuses, lying said that an American Consul WAIL
for N Orleans. Wright.
corutecied been under are about starling will reside di' Romani .'
with which have practised
the ubjtt. was Gazette.Cipt. Napoli SU Marks,'Dec.: 20th, 1825.-47-tf. .' :
tiken UI and agreed to. it, than from any -i:.herent defectsin and the Commodore has announced .,

The Resolution submitted by the law itself. The subj ct of I Symmes arrived- here yesterday hi* intention of leaving; at PRINTING' ,

:tr. Kllu, relative i to the removal wrecks on the coast of Florida is' morning, and last night delivered a lee- his ,departure corvette' Ita and Executed with neatness despatch at

Or oba.ivucticaa in \tie rivcia lb-'1 1 one of great importance, and. ItI -... turc, on hIS system at the' Union fall, -: iu the eA':< this Qfli4pect *


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particular while its'top' graphy LETTERS Col. John Miller,decease., oO baskets sweet oil, been particularly careful to have good. Lights & Shadows of Scottish Life, do.
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and interesting to him. will b are not on hand, will be with
Napains < .. [luly proven, for adjn j ",ment. procured ai
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I practice 4 little
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: 4'..j receive Ins prompt .t.iti cuivful ,1UCh- )Jensacola please insert the: above once a week for
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aim i-i '. Hon lie n.ay DC consulted ai :his \,1lice two monthsand forward their accounts t .
guUrly n.: !.eU with New Or- W. Hasell
Hunt.
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the Commercial
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"' specially mcnt. April 12th, iS25.
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r Fun.ishing in detail such intelligence as T/to Comvns. Ex'r. 442m. V -V ..A.
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may be it1poi1aiittothe merchantand, \\Thos. Comyns uecta8eiJ f1
1. FOR
4, farmer. The prices of our staple productions -I I 'c. vs. ) C. fa. Lost sometime in June last SALE.
and of the articks of importation I V\\Francisco Jlliucimik'uno I valuable
principal following
} very property.
., ; : the extent of the demand, the \W; fJ Jo Q ..f:..r- -... I 6';\J' t...r, I r.:' t de fit. Majrent. J A *Vote irf TfamA, THE in the City of Pensacola.

rates of exchange, &c. will be given with j V rS"1 viuue of this execution I have ta- mOR the sum of two hundred dollars, and it. immediate vicinity, belonging; to
afc much promptitude and accuracy aIJ.. rut.l'lt a.. Hi'; Tilt -,|i'keii_ the right! title and interest of signed by William l.oftin and Geq Col. John R. Fenwicki is offered: for sale;
::: pos&'ble: A portion of the paper will be Liucean iSotanic d aden; his defendant, to all the remainder: of the5nsod Uiiiming, and payable to William M. for terms, apply to the subscriber, \\ho is

1 uniformly! devoted to the,subject of ari-: FLUS/JJA'G, LO \ G iSJ..1.\J, ; Wills, dated about the sixth seventh ofluly his duly constituted agent and attorney

t culture, and the mechanic and manurlurer c- :' KFEKS to the pnic| .iu very extensive \ Laud I 1824. All persons are hereby fore in fac .
will be furnished with accounts, as I Ic \JJ: : collection ell .!;, ciioictstfruits ::2. warned from trading for said notefor it i is I .)l Rouse & 1iOt ,
full as can'be obtained, of the most valuable the selection oi h uhich[ h.is beer the property of the subscriber.N. ,
I i improvements that may from time to I made with the greatest care during more contain"; '0 in the Cain Blanca tract" of H. Mitchell 0 at present occupied by the

fL' time be made in the productions of the than halt a century, and to winch large recent ii Dec. 29th 1825, 46." 31. subscriber, most pleasantand
j ,! and in the various \ D lU lPmi -
j arts species of machi, additions have been made.. I desirable residence. If not soon sold,
.
nery. :. iFs'f.; The assortment uf ornamental I uljoming to this City on the West, and will be to rentby the yearto an approved
J. The great efforts that are making fol'tbe '.:fA : trees flowering aisniDs and!II I I louiiiied on the south by ]'cnsac ''a Bay, 81.\\ilONA\11.\ tenant, together with some furniture.
_ diffusion of moral and religious truth} : I A Lot adjoining the South of
shall corner
ifi ltplants, is! also verb\ extensive.gJS ._ HIM proceed on Tuesviay the 4th of
- / and extension ofthp. blessings of civilization -. Also, of Bulbous flcvvvrs, winch I, \pril next, *t 12 o'clocktt the Court ON HAN'D AND FOR SALE AT THE Redding Street, at the upper end of
will be carefully ,watched & theirresults the ;
; louse, .o sell at PUBLIC public square.
varieties
includes 620 of ?,
made known. Without entering into Tul.pb, obvJ o:! Pensacola Bookstore .:
U the dissentions sectarian Haciuths. besides a great variety oi'oilier or cash, the defendant's right to so muchf 20 Af-pens of Lalll\

h or attempting furnish the contrciveriyV'missionary sj.ecies. The green house department t ) the aforesaid tract of Land, as will pay Jin Assortment Stationary consisting of] ,

enterprizes, a faithfuljrecord A ill 1 lL I has also been greatly extended, and aow. i he sum of two hundred and twelve dollars / \UILLS, superior quality, more or less, fronting St. Rosa Sound,

I be given of the most important inteliiu L- comprises above 1800) Species, anhag', 75 cents debt, and all cost then dueupon -V \ 3 Letter, Folio and Cap paper, I and opposite to tne City of Pensacola.rrear .
I which are the most splendid and this writ. Wafers. SealintrWax\
'. gence, respecting tne progress 01 our holy rare to .the. improvements of Judge ':
t religion in every part of the world. kinds, including 30 kinds of ur'Olelt, "r. Davison, Peg, Cork, Glass and Pocket Inkstands, !I r--rue ken ridge ; situations" like thi3 are

.. f" A corner will be occasionally devoted lemons and citrons, 28 ot the cuneilia 'S/l'ffE8. County. Red Ink Powder, destined to become valuable residences
h .laponica' Japan rose, 200 of Japanned Sand Boxes, Paint Boxes for the
to an account of masonic proceedings, so geraniums Sherds Office, summer, as well as for the cultivation
'I 45 of heaths and and bohea I Red Tape, Indian Rubber, of the
far as they may be deemed interesting to green ''ensacola, Dee 1st, 1825.40.lamts.S1iiff's Orange, Etc.
I the craft and worthy publication and tea plants, olives, myrtles, cape jasmins, Lead and Slate Pencils, Crayons, V

a regular register will be furnished of; the &c. &c. In the collection are about 10,000 Sale.Superior Camel's Hair do. socitiismore of Laud,

officers from time to time, elected in the grape vines of the finest European kinds 1 Pencil Cases, _
% several 1 grandlodgcs and grand chapters for( wine aDd the table, and above 500 varieties Court, West Florida. Indelible Ink, Drawing Paper fc or less, about three miles north of

throughout the United States. J of the most beautiful roses, ()hn & James Inner arity, } Bonnet I Boards, Pensacola; and known by the name ofSymncssa

, f Nor wII: political topics and the news i ing 54 kinds of Chinese monthly incJUd-1 I "s. :.fie fa. ALSO on which there is a comfortable -
.. of the day be ovcrl 1 will be given, in a condensed form indeed lies of the double dahlia. The nu-.v caia-. .1 i rsv virtue of this execution and the Common Scissors, Razors, 0 some time since by Col. Walton-
but as much in detail as the limits h ogues for 1825 are just published! a'lIlt.I tIi, proceedings had in this suit, I have Superior Windsor Soap and there is an excellent stream of water running

: \ of such a publication will permit, and as may be obtained jralfo of W.llasell Hunt iakeii the righfof this defendant to the Common 4tch Keys. V through this tract of land, and itis
much SLO probably as the mass of readers and orders left with Him, cr forwarded W. Hasell Ilunt. well timbered-there j is!>> not, perhaps, i i"!
per mail To Vhe, proprietor, will with this vicinity, a more: eligible situation fo:
meet
deem of
the
important,
llelat
may prom ; nr.01 i. & Pensacola 15th V
LOT Oci.1825. a saw null.
uccurrences in our own and foreign coun- prompt attention, and be shipped to an\ .. B .. V V
:: ;: -V f
}J
port designated. ALSO,
t tries. The proceedings of Congress and
of( the State legislatures will be noticed, November 18th, 182538tfNEVYOItK j>fh'TClllIl sit ated No. 296, on Govern- N\'l'lCE.// undry articles of household furniture

!I- anu ucb as are material and oi general |neni Street in this City, and shall pro Robert Mitchell,

inttreitt, minutely recorded. -MIRROR, ceed t on Tuctday the 4th of April next JohndelaRua, Agent & Attorney in fiict,
It is not intended to engage: in any of AM at 12 o'clock, at the Court House, to sel vs. for Col. John U. Fcnwicfc.Pensacola .
The heirs of Turner I
the little political controversies of the Lad ies' the same at PUBLIC MCTIOA\ 4th Jan. 1826.-13-tf:
Literary Gazette. Stark the !heirs
I time, nor to make this paper the elude cash, to satisfy and pay the sum of three : of PARTITION -.

JI of personal or party feeling. It will occasionally 1). 1) ., '1\t \\kis8 hundred and three dollars 19'cents for K.Cot Jos. Philips, i>. tIN Collector'8 Office, District ofl'ensacola.L
Call
1 however, be Uevoted to the No Canal | cbt. and all costs then due on this writ. James Ram- V ....Vovemher2tlh, 825. ,)
Stred N. Orleans and all others
age, j
of what I ,
support are deemed importantcardinal \V. Davison I Notice
i TiKlNG for concerned. l is Hereby Given
political principles. Itwihisome [ Agent the above piiblicat J ,
times discuss questions of political 'economy t will receive subscribers at, g 4 .SIl'ff.E8.CoUnty. .4 ft HE above named John de laRua will TO Masters Vessels: trading to Pen-
; It nil inculcate respect for our per annum, payable in advance ; Nos. 1 : 'S1erijf' Office*, 4JL apply at the next term of the Superior sacola, that the 17th section of the

federal and Stale constitutions, and a to 14, are just received. The above is a Pens 1 tcola, Dec 1st, 1825-40-lamts. Court, for the District of West Flori Post Otice Law, will be strictly enforced

&ti ict undeviating compliance with their weekly publication, printed in the royal da, to be holdcn at Pensacola, on the first from this

: provisions ll will discountenance all undue quarto form, on fine paper, with a bur-: I I NU'f.lOE.- Monday of May next, for partition of a certain date.Geo.. W. Barkley,
interference between the several departments gems type, and in neatness and beauty of f 'Tisiny intention immediately to insti tract of land lying and being to the

of the government, and all unnecessary workmanship, is surpassed by no periodi, L lute a suit, in the Superior Couit of east of liaycu Texar in Escambia County Defi. Collector'
publication in | the Western District of Pensaeola Nov. 25th, 1825 39-tf.
Florida
: l and dangerous collisions be- America. I to ue containing four hundred arpenl.smore _
tweet the State respectively\ and tue na JUST- held at Pensacola on the first Monday ot or less, commonly known by the name of

tion. It will discourage sectional 1 jealous RECEIVED, May next,on a certain Mortgage; bearing Gonzales! tract-one undivided thirty.

ie.and local prejudices. But: while U fOR SALK AT THE date 15th September 1821, given by sixth part whereof owned and possessed -

strives UHI to cultivate a national sj>int, euaacoVa 1.00"tOre" Charles Beeler to Charles Ivy, for secur- in fee simple by the said John de la 1826.
it will (boldly maintain the rights and zeal ,,I irK the payment of 684 dollars principal, Rua ; one half part of.,the wboe by the
otist) support the interests of the west AN ADDITIONAL ASSORTMENT OF with the interest due thereon. The land said heirs Turner Stark ; twelve thirty

cr.i country. It will endeavour to point Blank Books i h ound by said Mortgage consists of 320 sixth by the said heirs of Jos., Philips Just Received and for Sale
..out the claims of the west by developing arpens, situate on the North western side four thirty sixths by the said It. K. Call,

the real character of this younger portion Playing Cards, ojt'the mouth Escambia River, on a part and one ,thirty sixth by the said James AT-THE
; of the confederacy ; and without undervaluing Letter Paper of which the town of Beelcrsville is laid Ramage a& tenants in common-and this
Pensacola
dut.'l Book Store
the right or menu of.the' citizen Penknives notice is given to all concerned in the a- ,

; of other section of the country, it &e. &c. V 'l John Lee Williams, foresnid tract of!land, pursuant to 'an act mllrm SJ

aasert the equal rights &merits of the; W. Ha tell Huat. Attorney for Mortgagee. "Ito provide for the partition of lands>> in

brav c;hardyEc intelligent sons of the wei t. PeI&sacolal9thIec,1825. yensacola., 3 .nec. 1825-41-2am4m.: i this Territory." Louisiana & MissiesippiALMANAC
The irometwe of V Jn. dc ,
importance turnpike la Rua.
roads, canal & other branches ofinterna leerskius aud Beeswax. (}tice'. Pensacola, Feb. 3,1826.-49-8.v.BL&.NTK.S FOIL 1826.

improvement! will be illustrated and en THE highest market price will be giv [milE co-partnership heretofore exist- -. Price-per g 10
groce
forced,. and every effort will, be made to in Cash, (. orDt.erskjn.and, Bees k wL ing between Wm. Wright & Charles : dozen, 1

induce the'people of Tennessee: |to gift wax. by f' Pindar; this day by mutual consent disTalUiussce U single one, J2.1
,; tjjcm at Jeut a lair experiment John Soh'ed. Ofvaripus
deacri/ulonafor
: Jertispn jr. sale at W H sell Hua(,
' i. Dec 20tb, 1825,-47.-.3t. !his Olficr
October fth 165,

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