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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 18, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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PUBLISHED EVERY SATUBDIT t' jral' lives, or the. natural life of providing for the election) of a \MI8CELLdAY. .are bewildered t la. the J> 1 _'} N ,'!(.jot; ;"bx ;.
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November 19th, 1825. to and the "of '
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EDITOR AVD PBOFBIKTOB A. BELLAMY, to extent provi Extract from lette'' addressed to I think, _no young man will! ever be ia
Publither o.ftlae Lena of the United Slaler' President of the Legislative C6uncil. ions therein contained. the Editor'' of the JVew-For/ I danger losing his heart' at a ,"' "
and of the Territory of Florida. SA1.tL.RY,("Jerk. 1 2. Be is further enacted, Thatit Spectator, dated Wathtngtoi-. ] Presidential e. : .. ..{

SuBSCBirnozr-Year Half 3 5 (Approved November 28nd.'1825.) shall be the duty of,the. Judgesof January 3th 1826., -.. There 'ic no such thing as a ., ,-. i
year GEO/WALTON, all future electiunsfor Delegate There have been since arrival at cards be f"t.
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Quarter 1 50 : game to ie n-seldocb ,
year of
Secretary the Ferrite :
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Single paper twelve and:an half cents. Governor of Florida. IAn / Acting fo Congress, within tw months here three levees, or drawing any music-.no (lancing-all U '_ p... :

Subscriptions payable in advance. I hereafter, to cause, to be'made rooms, held at the President' buzz, ,quiz, squeeze, la gh'and jot- ',' -

ADVKUTISIWO-Every advertisement act to change thy place of holding put, a regular account against. theTerritory Louse;all of'which I attended andI tie-yet all behave well-everything ,
efthe width of one column and measuring the naming the County know not how I better fill '
County Courj4 or Alachua, and for can goti on in an orderly man- .-
not more than twelve lines of this type,, other therein mentioned.Be poll or place of election, signed
dollareach purposes my letter than !by giving you adescription ner-&nd you cannot feel angry at ,
first insertion one weekly continuance ,
: fifty cents; longer and wider it natttd'6y the Governor by themselves and clerk, and of what I saw, &c. anyone, for RO one tnisbthsves. ."

ones at the same rate. Rule and figure and Legislative Council of the cause the same to be transmitted On entering the hall, your firs The novelfy of the scene, having r

trnrk, double price for the first insertion. Territory of Florida, That until to the Treasurer, which then business is to select a place in passed off, you ascertain that ycur

Advertisements will be tastefully displayed i the County scat !of AUchua Cotln-j paid shall be deen-ed and considered which to deposit your hat, !ce. legsare aching, and teat yourself
according to the nature of them and shall have been voucher. for the discharge then follow friend -
ty the whom
will be measured by matter of this sized permanently established you on an elegant chair or sofa, when Fit
said Court shall hold of the same. you have selected to introduceyou look the President
type. When inserted at intervals, (that occurs to you.to at
is, not inserted every week,from the first its sessions at the house of Edward 3. Be further enacted, That to the high personages of the and his lady, to'.e what

to the last insertion) each insertion will Dixon of said County, and whenever hereafter it shall be necessary mansion, and are immediately they are doing. Ic a short time

be charged as a new advertisement.- so much of the first section of An for any or all( of the Shti- ushered into the saloon, Where, you get a glimpse of them.-they

Amounts demand.for advertising payable' always Act entitled "An Act to -dt"sig. 'ffs>> of he different Counties toid t1a. if you have arrived late, you will are standing in about. the lame .

en fI.J Liberal cunuatw ...::u 1.._ .-.a. pate the times and places for hold- more than ten miles to a Po"vW probably( find a most ,uncomfortable place that you foam ttocm in at .
.t With those who wish to advertise by the ing the County Courts in certain ,- ..... .s,-- -ra.rP ,1.,0 irn'JJI1t crowd, standing, with the.aYr.P your introduction--the krmerRlllr
Counties lathe of Flo the' returns of the election tot i Dry "
Terrilory
year. -- 'P.-oh-.n..o f:R',f-ryr' inva'lids. 'w:t watgq yC epx essivep of ..
(I:7*All communications to the Editor rid a" as requires the sessions of i legate.to Congress in his or',heir In a moment all sort 0 of;. 'diffidence much aunrce .-n. -.P.....1&.6.- ...;......,.., .
t. niut be put paid, or they will ience.be attended the aforesaid Court to be held at Counties to the Governor o\\ the which you may have felt,, yet ,with some symptoms of fa* J;
his
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-- ,or ,-............-. --, --- the house of Edward Wanton, be, Territory, he or they shall b, allowed 1- being & stranger,-all fear and tigue, and a tort of l-with-K-vat* cover .
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Laws of the United States. and he same is, hereby repealed. ,as a comp n'i&t.on ther\for, trembling, -vanishes ; and, in the 'look. His lady, though ape i

2. Be further enacted, Thatit tOUt cents per mile to be apfied place of ceremony and etiquette. parent; not i in_ good health< ems :;. : "1'

shall be the duty of the County 'tot and discharged in the memanner -Instead of being stared' at because to be equally resigned and equally :;;, :

Courts of Alachua and Nassau as is prescribed in ttpt above you are a liackwoodsman- determined to do 'the, duties. cf, 4'. ."":'. *

Counties, at the first term of said section for the Judges and you find yourself a componentpart \ kind'and hospitable hostess. How i' *%i

Courts, or as soon thereafter as Clel k', of said election. i i of one ot;tht+ most uncererao.nir long they keep th feet 1' know .

y may seem to them good -and pro- ; 4 And be it further entfted, per, to appoint within their respective That so mucn of the third seitionof democratic assemblages that can ion that the duties of the drawing :;

1 tr Counties,. three discreet the abate recited act as relates oe found any where. Indeed, a room.are by far t most. tedious '

and impartial persons, two of to the keeping the pull open three stranger to you will scarcely ask- and l laborious among all those that ", .
whom shall be chosen from opposite successive s days, be and the samei your pardon, even were he to itep'' our Presidents ,are, by their eta

extremes, and the third from hereby repealed, and that hereafter on your sorest corn, and so' fir tions, called on to perform.

the centre of said Counties near the poll shall continue open from. being gazed at too much, During the stay of the ,com pany .

as may be,: whose ,duty it shall be, but I one day. you feel half angry on, account of refreshments carried about by ,
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i\ under the commission of said i Parsed: 'November 29th. 1825.. the little notice that :"taken. 'oi black servants:==they consist ,of .

Courts, to examir.e and select the (Approved December 3rd 1825.) you-yet yuu can easily console! tea, cofi'eebnacl: and. ,batter various y

most convenient and most eligibl' I _-..-.- (yourself, for on looking' about cakes, creams; &c., with. .!

,. situation for the permanent seat An, act in addition to "An act to define you ,see scores of 'individuals nota wine:and'other drinks. ,But'itre. ,- .,' ,, .:...
of Justice for the said Counties cronrs and misdemeanors and to prescribe whit more important-than your quireiaoine: experience"-- -,in a, visitor -" .

t respectively. I punishments for the same." self, and as much alone. -to obtain, a taste;of. thing, '1
AT AVTffORITY. Passed November 21st. 1825.A. : fie it enacted by the 'Governorand Having followed your friend for the servants,'who bear the refreshments .

[ PUBLtc-No. 2. ] BELLAMY, Legislative Council of the into the saloon, you have only to pass through the .
AN ACT making appropriations for'the President of the Legislative Council. territory of Florida, That from keep in his Wake until he has: crowd with such velocity'J that unless ;'

payment of the Revolutionary and o- SA&IL.'FRY Clerk December2rr,1825.) I and after the passage of this act like a vessel among masses'' of,r'' 1 you Ire well practiced in the 4artofeh .,'
( Approved
thef Pensioner* of the United States. "w31FDvvA M' i -shall.btunlawiLfuf any person< moving-ice, edged an.d.crowded, o ting on,the,. wing: youWillTtfiiinr .r.

Be it enacted by ,the Senate and Governor of the Territory of Florida. at or before: ,any publit R.land sales, his way into the vicinity of the home> dr);-* '.buD8r-.l.: s ---,,.- --_ ..
House of Refircs ntatives of the "4 inat may, by order of the General President and his lady, where you On theY a stranger will ,

United States of America in Congress An act for the relief of Charlotte Courier Government, take plxe in this stand until an opportunity offersof be,.pleased with one or two visit* f

assembled, 'I hat the following Terrin ry, to use ant means by being introduced. When this to a drawing room-to those who

sums be. ,and they are hereby, WHEREAS it is represented threats, persuasion Ot pi oposit arrives. your friend names'you- reside in the city> hawtver, ,and s
respectively appropriated towardsthe to this present Legislative Council onl, to compel or induce any the President takes you by tne : who have an extensive acquaintance

military service of the year. that Charlotte Courter of Nassau person, wishing to purchase for hand, which he gives what maybe it will always furnish an agreeable '

one thousand eight huisdred and County in this Territory, is settlement or that nay have,.set- called a very slight pump entertainroeni-:-they will ;;

twenty six, and for objects following the lawful wife of one Isa ,c K. tied and previously made imPuvenients handle" shake, at the same time there meet many persons whom

that is to *ay- Courier, and that the said Isaacis on public lands, to asking, how do you do, sir ?"- they know, and from whom they

For the pensions to the Revolutionary an habitual drunkard, idle and give him, directly or indirectly, or something to that amount.- can hear many new and pleasing .
of the dissolute, and coniribu'es nothingto You then named to Mrs. A. adds .
Pensioners a ly sum of money, or to promise I are ;antedates. It also somewhat -
United Stairs, one million three the support of his aforesaidwife to, give the same or any species ofproperty who receives you with a graceful to the opportunities of extendingtheir

hundred and fifty two thousand engaging employing him in lieu thereof, as a cursey, while you bow as well as acquaintance among the

seven hundred and. ninety ,dollars. self in :attending upon & I'r,quent- bribe, fee, prtmium, or consideration you have been taugnt. You are the strangers who visit the ciiy ,
Forthe invalid and half pay ing the company-of profligate and for such person not to bid for now at liberty to look around, and during the session of Congress. y

pensioners, in addition to an unex- ill-f"fltd women ; and whereas the said land, to the injury of the soon discover all that is to be To the several 1 European Ministers :

peiydid balance of one hundred said Charlotte Courter hath peti- Government and the oppression ieru. The dress of the ladies who and the gentlemen com o-

and fifty thousand dollars, sixty- tioned to divorced from her a- of individuals. ttend the drawing rooms, re- ling their suit, the scene present .

seven thousand five hundred dollars foresaid husband, as well as to be 1 I 2t: And be it further enacted, cinbles very much that worn by ed at a drawing-room, must be I

restored to the: name which she That in all cases! where complaint he ladies of the northern Statest truly novel, and, I should hope ;'

For pensions 'to the widows and bore before her .intermarriagewithlhe is made on the oath of any parties, assemblies, Sec. Therere instructive. ,They can there witness -1

orphans, twelve thousand dollars. said Isaac, therefore, individual: before justice of the however, about the heads 'a practical illustration el the

Sec. 2. And be it further enact- Be it enacted by the Governor of such unlawful proposition uore ornaments, such as feathers, spirit of freedom which pervadesour

ed, ,That the said sums, respec and Legislative Council of the Territory peace or any proceeding, by any >r ringlets, rich combs, bands &c. institutions, aad predominate

th'ryshall! be paid out of any money or Florida. That the marriage p r8an, that it shall be the duty of han the ladies of the north are in in the American character-there

in the Treasury not otherwise of the said Charlotte Court- stud Justice by warrant to cause .he habit of wearing ; and the they benold tht; head elect of our ".

appropriated. er,with Isaac K. Courter, he a-d; the accused immediately to apep ress is'cut so as to expose moref mighty nation, standing uncovered :
JOliN W TAYLOR, t.be ame is hr.by rliRBolved, and ear before him, or some other the shoulders and back than I in the plain garb of a republi

Speaker of the House of Representatives. the aforesaid Charlotte is hereby Justice of the Peace to answer to ave peen accustomed to seeing can magistrate and on the Same
JOHN C. CALHOUN released from all allgiance, fidelity of citizen who
u our part the country. Ant floor with he humble
Vice-president of the United States and tile complaint.
President of the Senate. or obligation to him the said here did not appear to be any made his coat- there they see '
enacted
3. Be it \That
further
Approved-January 18. 1826. Isaac. t hing like extravagance in the' our legislators the heroes of our
this law
JOHN QUiNCY AD CMS. 2. And 'be it further enacted, evrry person violating teases oi the ladies-indeed, ma- navy and army, the learned in the

= That the aforesaid Charlotte shall on conviction by the oath of rty had a remarkably neat and economical law, and the props of religion, '

Law s u'k: : urL U. I Courier,shallfrom &: after the pas any I: individual be committed toprison appearance ; and they all giving the friendly grasp to

::2. sage of this act, be called and for not Itss than three nor *ere no doubt adopted either to the hard hand of the agriculturalist

,An act tor the relief of James AL Me. known ,by the name -of Charlotte more than six months, and shall ct off to advantage the pretty and the mechanic and

1 1 too, they learn that pure republican -
: it is representedto thus illegally asked and demande ,
Smith, during her natural ecause they were not liable to re- freedom is not income }
this Legislative Council, that life or so much thereof as she ; to be paid over to the Trea- rive damage in a squeeze., I patible with the virtue, the .
Elizabeth Me. Intosh, who, before surer for the benefit of the 1.erritory. ,
shall remain unmarried, may sue iced not mention the dress of the stren th, or the durability of a
her intermarriage with James M..Me. or be sued, plead or be impleaded, entlemen, who are only required vast empire.-How different this .

Intosh, was named' Elizabeth drfrnd or be defended, purchase Be it further enacted, Thatit ( y what authority I know not) to : scene from the levees of the despotic .

Aikin, has violated her conjugal or sell, inherit devise, and may is hereby made the duty of the appear in a dress coat ; and it il.. rulers which they have so of
,fidelity to her said husband, 'who Justice in all such cases, to pass
do all other things which natural u their option to wear, small ten witnessed in their own eosin _
i resident of Monroe County in judgment, and forthwith issue execution I
& a persons may, can, or of right cloths, silk stockings and pumps, tries "-
tins Territory) in a most public for the amount adjudged&
ought to do, free from the moles o r pantaloons and boots. Those
and shameful manner ; and whereas tation, claim or hindrance, of the if within his jurisdiction, if above (f the navy and army, with some Great Solar -fic/i/iw.-On the ,

the said James M. Me. Intosh, aforesaid Isaac K. Courter, and of that amount, shall proceed to o.f the foreign ministers, appear in 12th of Feb. 1831,there will be a '

N has petitioned to be divorced from all and every person or persons bind over the person accused, requiring ilitary costume-the latter wear- great ellipse of the sun, visible to .
his aforesaid wife, therefore, for good and sufficient_ bail, M. small : ,.
whatsoever. i jig decorations of certain orders us. At llh. 26m. A. a .7.. ?
the, r< lief of the said James M. Passed November 24th, 1825. resident in the Territory: for his '0 which they belong. You must black dent will appear oa ,
Mc. Intosh, (Approved DtcembcrSrJ 5.) appearance, ai the ;ext term of any which will increase
nt expect me to give you a deicription one side of the sun,
Be it enacted by the Governorand Court having jurisdiction of the beauty that is to to the middle of the eclipse, ,
Council of the An act to amend "An act for the election thereof. of
Legislative I b i> seen at a drawing-room. I cano when only a small edge light r
That the of a Delegate to Congress. 5. And be it furher enacted, That
Florida
7'err IO'1of : nly say that, there is a,great deal. extending beautifully down oa
of James M. Me. Intosh : Be it enacted by the Governorand all promisary notes, bonds, mortgages visible. The
marriage the t;o be found there-yet it is iro os- each aide, will be, ,
aforesaid with Elizabeth his wife, ,Legislative Council of deeds of trusts or agree able to particularize isimppsiible whole duration will. be '3b. 1m. "

formerly Elizabeth Aikin, be, and Territory of Florida, That the mcms, of any and every description to single out a, nymph from The darkness will be so ggat

the tame ii hereby dissolved, and Treasurer of the Territory is here- entered into under the above ii nong,the crowd that attends, and that the largest'stars will appear
M'lniosb is byauthorised and required,to pay described circumstances, be. and shade terrestrU
the said James M. of onounce her the most graceful iad'obncttrity will ,
hereby released. from all civil or and discharge, out of any fund the same are hereby declared nulland o p r the most,beautiful-for, to;use ul things.-G Jrta. Gaz.
not otherwise appro- void law to the contrary
the Territory any
contribute
moral obligation) to, t 1 e expsession of an honest, ,young -
incurred;
or other thing to the priiUed, all demands_ notwithstanding., Irishman, they eclipse each Sugar from fleet-The baJl -
any money _
' of theaid der and by virtue of a law passed rused November 29th 1825.I O-j tin of.th.. Society France far '
support or maintenance APProvedDacetnba3rd125., t ilcr"ia such.a manner that: ., .i ,
entitled "An
18?3 net I I
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National Industry, ments of America. against Spanish [comtosed ottwofrigates and_ sevV resting. to a commercial ? com-. description is the :\Ian abrrv'tile bc arI' '
and .* I triunity,' and It i.l- hopped! ijiar' the ; about ninety mili.b ova-
for July last, contains ,the following commerce; augmentation; the era) .Ioopl'ofwar transport I .
wiin 000 sailed effect ofiome recent convictionswill 'New-Orleans, .funning into, ace{
iniereUng'intellifence.Theers number of privateers which insult about S< troops, : -
I ,f Not erober'2pth. be'to arrest thc frauds which Maurepai which ,commonicJUcswith
'erance of Mr. Chaptal. the it even on the coast of the Medi rom ftio Janeiro ,
President, in his efforts to encour- teranean, at Cadiz and Ferrol; the It was/reported i that a privateer too often characterize cases of In- the' Gulf through hkes'Pon- t

age the manufacture of Sugar from support which these calamities was fitting out In the River Plata, solvency. chartrain and Borgne. The Man-
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in with commission from the Patriot _...a:... shac runs into Amite river, aad
Beets, has completely succeededand lend to the revolutionary spirit a
relations General Lavallija.St. CONGl\E SI.ONaL. from their junction, sixteen miles
it is expected that France the Peninsula-the equivocal I _
will soon be able to produce sufficient !f of the Cabinet of Madrid Andrew, JV. B. Jan. ,.- I from the Mississippi, the united

of this article for her own 'I with the other Cabinets of Eu- We inserted; an article in the Nineteenth Congress, streams present a fine body of wa

consumption. It is asserted in Tope ; and lastly a sad and deplorable Hera en Wednesday last, (and FIRST SESSION.l* to the lakes, sufficieAt for all

the most positive manner, that prospect for the future. the same was published in our I IN THE SENATE, the purposes of navigation. The 1

sugar from beets and sugar from "These are facts unfoitunately :Monday edition) from the Halifax I January 19, 1826. depth of the water in Ponchar

canes, are precisely the same sub ,I too true, and too well known. In papers, signed Richard Tnmail. MrJ Hendricks, from the Select train is generally from eighteento
stance. It is ackuowledged that j! recapitulating them, we have no .," and dated" Halifax, Dec. twenty feet. The bay of :\1 an- '
Committee on.Roads and Canals
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the cultivation of beets is very I I I wish to pass an natured censure I 7," stating that -Chamber of : : shac was opened some years
whom referred A Bill for I
beneficial to land in preparing it j; upon the anterior acts of the Spanish Commerce was officially informed to was I since, by General Wilkinson, wide

for a wheat crop, and after the Ministry, or to inspire a fatal I that Foreign; Vessels would not be the Survey of d route for a Canal enough for the passage of boats ;
between the Atlantic and the
eacharine matter is extracted, the discouragement. admitted to entry in that port I I I.Gulf of Mexico. but, during the late war, the Amc-:

root is excellent food for cattle. What then are the resources from the United States, after the merican commander, apprehending
:Besides the produce of sugar, the I left to Spain ? In the discussions 5th Jan. 1876, under the Trade Reported, That'they have given the approach of the British

manufacturer obtains also molas- which have taken place on this Acts lately passed in the British the!' subject all :he examination troops-throt/gh that channel, ordered -

.es, which gives a considerable subject in the Journals and different Parliament, unless an order from which)' the means aflorded enabled I it to, be obstructed, by falling {-

quantity of brandy- and in the works published in Europe, his Majesty: in Council, should be 'them t'o: bestow. No documents I I a quantity of cypress trees across -

manufacture great numbers of we have seen the following means previously issued to the contrary." accompanying the bill, they have it, which present an obstacle
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w rkmen find employment in, the insisted upon, according to the In consequence thereof, we ,have availed themselves of the informa- to navigation, until ;Jlhey are tem -

dull -.nonths of the )'ear.-Marshal doctrines professed by each par- made inquiry at the CustomHouse tion of several gentlemen acquainted ved. It is believed that, by

the duke of Ragusa, presented at I ly :- and now\>> state by authority with the character of the 'clearing out these obstructions,

the last t xhibition many fine I "First, to pursue the present precarious lha: United States' Vessels, country, through which the proposed deepening and widening the bed,

leaves of su\; ,-." ,madefrom beets i,I state, and to wait for time will be admitted to entry at the canal is intended to pass, constructing small levees for a

at the fdcioi ; in Chastellon. A !I. and the events which may perhaps Port of Saint Andrews subsequent and from the best, lights afforded, short distance, and cutting off a.

Mr Cresvel owns a factory at A r- f facilitate her re-establishment in to tbe,5th, inst. under the Acts of they have no hesitation in forming small point at the mouth of this

ras, where he made in 1822 about I Ifj her domains. Trade passed in the British Par- theopinion] that the great impoiunceof estuary, a considerable portion of

280,000 pounds of sugar from this "Secondly, again to attempttheir I liament, until an order from His a canal communica- the waters of that immense river

vegetable by an excellent process, conquest. Majesty in Council is issued to the lion between the waters of the would find an outlet to the Gulf,

\v1'icli he communicates freely to Thirdl) to recognise the independence : contrary, subject however to the Atlantic coast and the Gulf of I through the lakes ; which would

all who wish to be informed on of the revolted provinces sane. tonnage duty as British Co- Mexico, justifies the expenditureprop'osJd" I greatly improve their navigation..

the subject, He obtains from 10 of South America. lonial vessels pay in the IT::__.i such to determine communication iH" C." t,! on accumulation of water, sufficient -
whether be
parts of bee's, 5 parts of sugar, ** Fourthly, to limit the reco e. state? an entry from British Coloies. to overcome the feeble resistance -
and A. if m,,1..,-___. One hcctaicuT niiion to some determined"pans ,-\Ve have further tp state, practicable or not. Nor would of the tides, and form a

land (2$ acres) planted with I1 of her state. that U med States' Vessels in hall the committee hesitate in recommending curn-nt outward to the Gulf ofMexico.

beets baasugar him 3000 pounds of.! "With regard to the first I l not subject to tonnage duty the measure, were the By this mode of conducting

or 1200 pounds per acre means ; if the United States and that U. S. Steam-boats probability o'a favorable result off the surplus waters of

-:Mr. de Beauj, of Bellor England had not recognised their st'liJ imported and owned by to the examination much more the Mississippi, two great evils

(Orne) has simplified the fabrica independence, it would, perhaps, subjects on payment of remote than it is. The Commit- would be avoided ; the incumbent

tion of the solar, in such a manner ; be practicable, but it can no longer 15 {tr cent. duty, and navigated tee are i of opinion, from all the waters in the river, and the reflux

that it may he made in com be done without exposing her in lit sh waters, free Tonnage information which they have been from the swamps, both of which

mon familiesA factory is established i to very serious danger. Wt: have dut bthen ut with passengers and eable to procure, tha this work is have been found to be detrimental

at Pont a Mousson, already ,demonstrated that the be I k ggage! only, and are enti not only practicable, ,but much to the planters on its borders.

.. (Mcurihe; { ) by Messrs. Masson and 11 II cond means is difficult and irnpracticable. tied to Registers. Such are the more easily' acco.iP lislird than It is believed by every person,
former 'estimates
Andre. astonishing and mighty changesin and opinions practical or scientific, that the.
*'Thc Society awarded to MtC. .. 1 In respect to the third, besidesit the British Navigation Acts. have supposed. levees cannot be extended further

.a gold medal.A being \ery delicate, it is subjectto God rant that they may answer ; The Committee would further up the Mississippi, without manifest

11 an infinity of combinations as the b- nevolent intentions of His remarkthat) from an examination danger to New Orleans and

1 new use f, Cotton.-By a late to the manner, the time, ai-d us Majesty's Government. of the maps and charts of the the contiguous country and every -

'J experiment made in Rhode Ibland. relations with the pout .C*>! doctrines Ail Custom I House Fees cease Coastfrom the mouth of the :Mis one must be convinced, that

it is found that Cordage for vessels which influence erne I in the Colonies to-morrow'I !:1! sissippi :river to the Appalachicu- they are inferior to artificial sluices -

of every description, can b ments. I Th. utch frigate Pallas arriv la or the Suwanee bay, and from or canals, that would convey
made of cotton instead of The fourth is In information to be relied in
Hemp, : absurd. recognizing ed a: P rtsmouth, Eng. Nov. 29th, on relation the superabundant water to the
and will be of better quality and. the independence of a from Ue Chesapeake. to that coast, they are induced sea by other routes than the river.It .

: last longer. Should this fact be single State, we establish a principle The- Paris Etoile, the French to report an amendment to | will be seen in Cuvier's essay

found upon farther trial to be by the very exception itself, government papery now recom the bill by which the survey will 1 on the theory of the earth that thee

without doubt, it will prove of and it would then result that the me'lldstfiat'\ Spain acknowledgethe be extended. west, through f th learned 'M.deProny had communicated

vast importance to our SouthernStalesi Spanish policy had consulted its ins pendence of the South A.mt'ricat bays of St. Andrews, St. Rosa, | important facts, to explain

profit, and not its rights. States. Pensacofa, Perdido* Mu bite, ana the changes which took

"We will not speak of the projectI ...... Pascagoiila, and through lakes place on the shores of the Adriatic
--
-
F\\\.lEIG tie I suggested by some writers; of r Borgne and Ponchartrain, to t',.e ; having been appointed to

ta I .. 'subjecting South, America to Europe DOalJl/f, 71C.1'he Mississippi>> by the Iberville I examine into the .causes of the devastations -
e from the Baltimore Gazette. ; and dividing it between different the canal' Carondelet. It is be-|
zi ,. S/tatn and her Colonies. The .Sat:: )f North Carolina has occasioned by the o-
Etude, after stating some historical Powers. This decision adopted, the only child (a daughter lieved that through the lakes, verflowings of die Po, he ascertained -

facts and observing that the would never be Spanish, neither isit ) of the gallant BUkely, a citizen bays and' inlets of this coast, that this river, since it was

t J interests of governments are now the project of any Cabinet. oft that Siatt, whose bravery a perfect inland navigation may confined by dykes, had, by depo-
'* In the meanwhile, all recog- added be effected to the Suwanee bay, a sites so raised the level of
wt entirely changed from t\ hat they to the honour obtained b y its bottom
nize and the of Fer- distance :of three hundred and fifty
right
respect -
that its surface
Were, proceeds as follows our nav il commanders in the late was higher-
dinand VII. The consent of this I miles', by cutting at'a few than the roofs
of
Spain must therefore war ; ani the legislature has directed i- the houses in
occupy Sovereign is the capital point in ii points, in all not exceeding twelveInilei. | Ferrara
T hers If seriously with this affair, tie expenses of her maintenance i- i. ,
in which stir is almost abandonedon this affair, especially for the Ame- and education to* be defray 'The appropriation pi o- The Adige and thePo, like the
ricans themselves. A concession, posed in| tbe bill, it is believed
ever y point to her own resour : ';'! Irom the treasury. The Mississippi, are higher than the
whatever it be of Catholic will be
his sufficient
for
ces. \\ ill the European Powers may I young I lady resides in Massachusetts this addition I adjacent country ; and the remedy

assist her \vili their arms in re Majesty, must be more advantageous under, the care of the relatives ii- al purpose. | against the disasters of annual o-

conquering South America ? Has to them for their liability of her n,ot.er, and six Much valuable information on verflowings is suggested by opening i
than all the recognitions of other these subjects is contained' in the | i
Spain the milnaiy and naval hundred' dollars per annum are new channels to discharge the
means to execute by herself thisgigan'ic Poweib.f/ paid for her support. letter fro.In Mr. White, the Delegate waters.

? This would From the Charleston Conner.Madrid The from the Territory of Florida i- I beg leave to make
enterprise .\'ov. 11. In proportionas ; egislature of the same an extract
be doubtful not to imP State addressed :o the Commiitee, from a n ork of the
very say the truth comes to light, weloos' hap appropriated twit hundred i- and which most learned
to
ossiblr. the little hope which remained & fifty dollars{ perannum for they ask leave to. refer and philosophical writer that I
t of
Would new revolutions in A- of preserving a small of the education & support of the'son as- part their Report. have seen of all who have writ.
part All of which
is
w derica lead to the recognition of our transmarine possessions Official Colonel: Forsyth, who fell on the respectfully submitted ten upon the subject ofthe Missis

the ..uihority of the Mother Country despatches were received a Canada frontier in the late war. sippi. "A deep canal ought ,to be

r' ? Though there might be 'lew days ago, which have thrownour Colonel F. was a native of North Washington SIR January 18th, 1826. cut to :carry a current from the

tiuolis) and seditions, !hy would Ministry into consternation. Carolina, and was a distinguished -In. obedience to your request river, at all seasons, and above

pro ,ably he disputes about
; t.d or power, but not about returning vana, ha written from the United son subsequently, placed at the honor to addressto formed, from the river to-

to their former state-- States, where he had stopped in VVesJ-F'oint, where he is now supported Secretary of War, requestinga whatever lake was made the de-

L i\1urcnverthesemovements would his way to his destination. He an and; educated at the expense survey (and estimate of a canal, posite. We are far from expecting -
never be uniform through the entire pounces of the general or ihip{ channel: across .the promontory that this >improvment< will
not only to the Ministerof government
ex' nt of South America, and Foreign Affairs, but to the but the islate, however, unwillingto of his of Florida, with a -copy be carried into effect, though its
answer
they would produce but partial I King himself\ that the naval and real its bounty, has ordered for stating that the appropriation beneficial consequences are too *

advantage., military preparations now makingin I the sum of S750, to be invested in I been such objects having obvious to demand demonstration.
exhausted
Thr question for Spain is pure- Colombia and Mexico are so stock, an!d the principal and interest i thereconnoisance Two causes oppose themselves to
could
ly u"tional-f.r the Powers of Europe considerable, that it must be con- to bf; paid Mr. Forsyth on his the not funds be made, unless all human improvements ; the dif
political and commercial ; arrivtngat Bait. Am. necessary were placedunder ficulty of convincing the
sidered_ as impossible long to defend age. the public
such of those Powers as have nota The $ (direction of his Depart of their utility and practicabiiiy:
the isle of Cuba and that of lip of the tine building a ment. I ,
direct and immediate interest Portsniobth and the greater difficulty of with-
Porto Rico against the attacks is called the Alaba- It will be
with South America will considerit andCapta seen, by a perusal of drawing men from their habitual
which appear to be manifested against ma, the frigate the Santee. that
in a political view and letter, that I had intended to "
will be course. When the waters of the
t them. The hostile_ force n Poussin, and Lieut. communicate
tne last to decide-those who have some interesting main stream flow
TrimbleNationa out the
will also find a powerful auxiliary Commissioners of the facts in through
commercial interests regard to the ,
c will not adopt in the elements of discord which I Road fromVashington practicability valley and meet with no depositeor

this course. In short, this prevail in the interior, and in the I to N. Orleans, arrived at New forming an inland na or outlet, such as the lakes, they
revolution cannot be assimilated fermentation which this Orleans ''on the 30th ult. They gallon, from the Mississippi to i rest on the back lands, and pro
republican
1 to 'hat of the Peninsula, of Naples spirit excites. examined! the Western route, the point at which the proposed duce a reflux towards the river.

of Piedmont, or even to that of ship channel should commence on By forming this
The communication
:eport'of Mr. Pinillos passing through Abingdon, Knoxville ,
says the Gulf of Mexico.
Greece and which Since
; are the the all these evils
power also that the fears which these entreville (Alabama',) to the inhabitants
that have introduction of the bill referred I
most interest in
to are obviated and
causingthe the
rordsville terrors of
preparations
inspire must extend (Mississippi) crossing> a
\ commercial principle to triumph the your committee in the Senate, I crevasse in the levee with
beyond the Colonies which have Rigo ets and Chief Menteur ; its consequent -
_, ? They are the United remained faithful to the mother the distance of the road they tra lake the liberty to suggest the destruction, avoided.

States beyond the Atlantic and country. Spain itself ought ttie o I veiled th ry state to be about 1150 propriety of, an additional provision It is not incumbent upon me to

Portugal, England and France, on'its, guard. Next spring the I miles, pa sing over an excellent directing a continuation of discuss this subject here, further
in Europe. Let the Government the from the
enemy will not confine himselfto f I country for making a turnpike survey Appalachicola than to exhibit such a view of it,

of the Peninsula consult us position privaieering war ; a landing on, road, and in no instance finding a river to the Mississippi ; and as will demonstrate to the Committee -

i with icapcct to these Powers, the coasts where the discontent is stream either larger or presenting I availing myself of your invitation, the necessity of, at least, a
even though n should be only under will now isay, what I intend I
the most difficulties I .
.. the view general may very likely greater than the Pot o- under other ens-d '
e European and it will take place, and augment the embarrassment mac at Georgetown.PMlttdflflAta .. I circumstances, to ,
recognize the necessity of adopt- of '' dress to the Secretary of War. mation and official
Government.
In responsibility, _
which ,shall Jan. 17.-Yesterday : It will be ,
ii.3 a policy coincide observed that the
Mississippi of its
short, the picture which is drawn own engineers. There are -
the
morning court of
,
wit their interests. quarter after
is most alarming, and has excite sessions for the and receiving to its bosom several points below the Man- .
city
** vVht the county of all the!
of streams
are consequences that flow from shac
the most serious uneasiness It at which communications
thr actual state of things Dangersto Philadelphia, overruled the motion the mountains, through ,the fertile
!
is remarked, that the conference for might be formed with Lake Po'n-
trial
anew i in the ,
the Island of Cuba and case of regions of he West
the
| bed
other between' the its is unable chartrain "
I King and the Duke by cutting less than five _
\Vileywbo had
'
possessions which still remain : previously to contain them. '
del Infantado Large navigable miles. One "
have since Bennet
been a)
been convicted quarre,
of
very
ttfrau
du
tof Spain the shameful defection rivers and
; bayous burst
where it is said
frequentFrom lent inso that the river, at
of the snip Asia ; the prohibitive the !Yency.u The nature of from its (sides, and, flowing low
I A. Y. Mercantile Jdvertiter. the offence renders all water, is ten feet higher than .
decisions
measures 01'tbe de facto Gore. rn- An expedition for Montevideo, through the' valley, some of them: | the lake ; the greatest elevation
j pont.. c.subject deeply inte- find outlet '
in -
i an j the Gulf' Of- this I of the ricrl.at.that,point) duringencouragiosr .


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floods at chase of to '-" \
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the spring feet : this quantityexpandinJ necessary; of consumpuon. cargo at Mobile, Pensaeola ba'I tieir time t'o the Public, without co pen. I tremendous and fatal fevers which c1ei ..' .:..

twenty-three [Marks j Augustine,.Savannah o'r I unavoidable late southern latitudes when
rand
This canal ; I:ation,but actually to pay the our
such surface would all "'
.oyer a as Connect the bay ton, bjr a safe navigation. The beav arrive will
: and rivers of the ) c:xpencts attendant on the correct admin- that day shall it grace jouf _
the lake, ,would produce but a Gulf. furnish safe andeasy I I item: transportation in time ..of war, i I itrationlof the, duties of their offices; veil-earned and j ugly merited fame, that "

slight effect, whilst it would tions,conveyance of the valuable, from all their ram : diminished ten fold' Cuba ceases to be".[lei such must'be the case so long as. you were so early, and so persevering a

timber and produc i lof any importance to us in a politicalpoint !I of to laborer, in producing the happy result.
the neglect
people pay
the ie mas
diminish body, and, tins of their borders t
greatly which to the ports from of view ; the Moro Castlohas no !. Hr just: and fair proportions, assessed Yet much observation, and some of it
consequently, the danger of the rite' they could be most conveniently terrors in time of war the pirates are
; nxC form moderate & equitable taxes; from the field of battle, will still be re _
shipped ; give increased broken
an value to the up expensive naval armamentis -
\ \ quisite.
Should either of those two points be and public !lands through which it would pas*, no longe necessary ; the public *)ftyting} Juror .A.-M the late Term From a comparison of the hour when .
*
tliisremLfle..te the Government for ,,. lands are enhanced in value the com- '
) Ud -
found too"difficult or impracticable, a canal the Court fine of Ten Dollars the late hurricane Daritn in
a -
'has been projected and surveyed, at its expenditure. I I I mcrce of the Indieilaud! of the Southern eath Vvnty rnteretl' the defaulting Georg1a'witb that-at which it struck ne _
against
Nenrleanlt, from the river into I n the letter to the Secretary of War, '.continent, will pass through our borders J was at said Terra. in South Carolina, and of the distance of ..-f" i

or near lake either of which will accomplih as IN this communication 1 have advanced I'[I and the various commercial, militaryand \ora places, i infer that it travelled at the rate v

the the;object of a commencement ofan oi monH; with; confidence, which in : political advantages of this great nation of fifty miles an hour. : .
We
liavc\ecn
inland. vaVigaton from the Mississippi some Particular perhaps in many, may rising into destinies beyond the politely favored with thefollowingi The great heave, so to speak, which .s i!' .

southern coast, to the Atlan I be erroneous ; but that confidence has reach of mortal eye," will be developed wjch have been in our desk the earth and its appendages sustain, at "- .

Around Through our the lakes, and behind the been inspired by a conviction of their and called into practical operation. for some tm>,ami we take this oppor- the autumnal equinox in particular, de .

tic. general correctness from ober'ationdurmg | I beg leave to call the particular attention tunity o laY\\lem before our readers. nice than has : .
stretch the a more investigation
, Wands, which along coast of The first serves -
\ Gulf there is a safe interior passage nearly four years' resilience! in (\f the committee to the maps sent will twp a .cOpies' of letters wlich been, hitherto, bestowed, The agriculture .'"
the
the and.the best information herewith. beesteemecyusibefrom; the ag.eand ,
.
Mobile Bay, a distance of 170 miles, countiy, character of of the United States, and their scientific
I to which enabled 1 have the honor be with \,e venerable writers, _
of that be I have been to obtain to ad\ance, would indeed, derive benefit
i for vessels size might and
free any will > probably
from hose attention High considerations ofrespect, J interesting to our
,
' intelligent of
that trade, without impediments person from a Flora and a comparison -
1 nipleyed MI the obstructions any has been directed to its examination. In Your most obt-dieut servant, fellow citizens froy, 1he evidence th.y atmospheric appearances, of more prac- .... .
slight
except container the '
between; the river and lakes. Betweenthe my humblcjudgment, the expense nfthe Jos. M. White.lion ehtertam esteev for nich those
work has been greatly overrded.Yheu fcj gentleman to I notice with cordial approbation the continued ;
bays of Iobile and Pensacola, a distance WM. HKXDIUCKS, whom they are
Mr. Gallatm estimated the of the addreasj ; the |last Of it exertions of mutual friend Mr.HAHNESQUE. _
expense our
of 50 miles, there are but two intrr- Chairman If Road and Canal in the demonstrates Ills Trtrv
the communication canal from the Mississippi to the Atlanticat Senate. and scientific ,It will give some sur _
ruptior* to water charatcter-Editor p4 ,
'I
from Bon Secours/fay: to 1'erdido three millions dollars, he had not the -' 1 rnopptt I_7Loa b prise to the inhabitants of the nortfe, to

portage of four & a $ miles, & ahalt mile from the most remote conception that nature had i Quincy 1?* ,Nov 1824. be informed, that on the day, on 'which I .

the Grand which done so much towards its accomplish 1P W'Jlbll Dxia Sin.-1 he formidftje invasion of write, in this genial and ,benignant clime
latier to Lagoon comnmaicates -
with t'ensacola Bay, near hept.int ment. What a different estimate wouldhe my ninetieth year, must bYmy apology maize and the fig are maturing,straw berries

have made, i if he bad known that, in for neglecting, and so imprwriy, your and tobacco are in full blossom and .
lately selected by the United SATUKD\Y, FKBHITAUY 18, 1825.Veritt .
of that distance onltwelv valuable-and worthy of of'the Garden are
330 miles present.system other productions a- .
States for a navy yard and !naval depot ; universal science," but the 16 '
miles of excavation was required sans $ of my bundant. It may be added that through
making' an -inlai.d .navigation for that distance fieur.Jlppointmfnt
of canals introduced sight preyen's my making the tteof 1 uninterrupted _
When the subject is ( out this whole region
by cutting five miles only' almost -- -
the mind is involuntarily loci to the by hiE.rce1b'ncij1Vin P. Dtr wish. It$ is a work of great lab\ji and health has prevailed. .
in direct linr, through a level
a country 'rsearch .
and a SOIl mixed with clay and sand, furnishing estimate, from a comparison with other val, Governor f Florida.MICAJAH [ and must be useful to those A. B..-Woodward.DocU .
who Vihh into
works and there is but of to enquire that subjeut.I .
of ; as one great : CarppER K quire, to be Clerkof '
Mitchell. .
prosnect easy excava S. L .
every
also thank for
the
magnitude in the United States, that is the County Court of Escambia County, you Newspaper

tiun. selected. A moment's consideration Col. John Miller deceased.wtpfii1Ir1u you sent ;me. I wish that all manltndunderstood : J .. .
vice I
hut, Sir, to show that nature herself in- that anarchical
will 'the faHacof such a calculation part of our
tc'ided this route to be continued, 1 beg expose history 1798 and 1799 ;, .
as well u.w
hQ1)eeII
I ; The Grand Canal of New York oy me non. 11. Ar Bracken- \l1.F
.
Uxve ti point the attention of the Committee where in wiiich coustitution was suspended if _
inotintuns -
cut through a region Jiu1e of the Superior Court theIfestirn
to the facilities it embraces. Santa and 1idge for pot annihilated. The present contest
we-reto be cut down valleys to
Rosa Sound makes uut from the bay of District of Florida. down much ;
I will settl more contentedly .
of solid tubeexcavated
be filled up, miles :granite W. HAIEI.L limiT, to be Clerk of said
Pensacola 40 miles, to Choctawhachie : ibelieve whoever is chosen. V '
Kay, of about the same length from the I rivers to be crossed comparisonwould by stupendous Court.vice) Co'John Miller,deceased: \ 1 an[Sir, your obliged 9
aqueducts : a just .. (
emrot which a few miles up East river, : demonstrate that several miles I i I and bumble servant, .

will reach a point within five miles of the! 1 .?Appointment (heon.. thr County Court John Adams. 'to't Or: "FeU8\\.co\a. -, .'
I might be cut in Florida, where one couldbe :
lYesl endofSt Andrew's Ray, through for tile County of Escambia.CmntEs -
=
in New York. -
a. Soil and surface, presenting no difficulties KTANS ":s'luireto be Receiver tyn'bl. I -Th -
The of Florida has been variously ,
to the continuation of the work : from peninsula of Tax Returns for said County. : Judge Woodward.j ENTERED.Feb. .
and as it
represented
that point to the.East end of the bay ina I erroneously thosewho I I 1'" i 6.-Schr. -Elizabeth Forsyth. --
suited the visionary speculations of -
line with the whole route, is snoutI, Our Harbtr.-The Frigate Constellation New-Orleans. .. ,
have
have written the subject. I .
twenty-four miles from thence to the on j Jfontpelier Sept.II, 1824. Schr. Angelina "Wilson New-Orleans.
; it asserted one writer, thatit wl,ich was for some days off, having ,
lately seen hy '
Chipoia river, ata point near which thereis proceeded without catering our harbor, Fear Sir, 8. Schr San'Anlomo, Hatch, New.Or-:
was a solid mass of limestone, by another -
d
thanksfor
x large, open, natural communication, 1 that it sand bank both we have been requested by some, who I haveDeceived an return my leans '
the is about two was a equal. the pri! ted communications accompa- Schr. 'Thorn New-Orleans
from Apalachicola, from the truth. Limestone in fear that thi circumstance may be construed 11.- Day, ,
n iles. Thus, with the inconsiderable : ly remote situations as an intimation that she could not nying your note of the 4th inst. Cargo to M. Crupper. '

.tious at the Mississippi, the masses, mllY be fountin more To appreciate your proposed expedient -
01>tru removal enter to mention the following facts. CLEARED.Feb. .
from the but in
elevated and remote sea ;
of small impediments at a few points, In November 1799, the Spanish Frigate for a standard weights and measures
this peninsula it occurs in irregular time than I 7.Schooner Angelina, Wilson, ",
would more can
and the cutting of twelve miles an inland Syrene 52 guns. drawing 22 feet water, require apply '
with inster tices occupied by
strata the
be effected of 350 miles ; 'In the ar.d more mathematical science thanI St. Marks
1805
navigation may I October Spanish Frigate
I earth and exuvti. This general character retain.jitice( will doubtless be done to 8.-Schooner Elizabeth, Forsyth,New-
the Mt to the
from >sisstppi Apalachicola, Ponoma, 36 dratoiiig 21 feet water, .
I I is demonstrated not only in the numerous guns
Orleans bales cotton by Stone
it Carge,79
tl" place at uhicli the survey islo termijiae In OC30ber '.nd November 1814, the by competent judges. <
sinks and cavities which indent ditto Noah H. Allen".. '
& Nisbet 81 by ;
-
the
I have' to observations
g'en a hasty perusal -
the bill referred to Committee.
by }our British rigate Sea Horse, 44 guas dra2lfett *-
the superstrata, but by the infinite number ; and "addressed to the individualCitizen" 40 ditto by F. Pasquier and 11 ditto by 'I
water-
ing
It is seldom that nature is so bountiful to and variety of subterranean watercourses In February 1815, the British Frigate although I cannot concur in Messrs. Key er. -

a people, as to those! of the Southern and that penetrate ano pervade the Cydnus,52: guns, also drawing 21 fed 'water some of them) I may say of all that they ARRIVED.February .

bowels of the earth. Audit important merit evejrv praise for the perspicuity, .., ..
Western: States bountiful m the lux- |' entered the Harbor of Pensacola. 9.-U. .-S. Revenue Cutter -
1! to remark, That although thc presence of the and the force with which -
precision
riaiieof and in the variety products We are I confident that the officers ofGovern.n Louisiana Captain Jackson. '
limestone feature, yetit. is
and bountiful to excess in the fa- prominent +nt must be well aware of the they are presented to the public attention. : 16.-U. S. Transport Schr. Florida, ..
I of the mass, for,
only a portion general You have fallen into a mistake in ascribing :
cilties of The rivers that dcipth of water bar and
commerce. correct [ on our : Baker, Tamp Bay.
within a short distance of the margin ofthe
the constitution Mr Jef-
flow into the Mississippi connect together therefore should not have adverted to Virginia to
great Alaclnm prairie, & near the cen fersonaswihl| be inferred fro-n the animadversions 'SAILED. '
the Western States whilst the South- the had we not been requested '
subject, .
tre of the well! 32 feet deep 14.-U S. RevenueCutter Lou.; -
Feb.
srnare connected by the sounds lakes, peninsulaa penetrated ,,,o to do. t on it, in his"N.tes on Virginia -
29 of the distance through an uninterrupted \i Itsorigin: waa with George Mason, 1 lana captain Jackson. "
nn.l bayous, which form, and the rivers
of 1 _--_-- -- ---
bed of clay, to a compact who laid before the Comntitteeappointed [Ii. L -.
which (V uinto this inland channel
> around our great Southern coast., clny, sand & shells, where water was obtained County\\Court-The February Tern of to prepar a plan, a very broad outline, NOTICE.

The extending bdand branches of this mighty river ; & at another well, distant three the County Court of Escambia County which wa4 punted by the Committee for ,

and, 'cana1 will hold them united by miles, but near the same prairie, limestone commenced on Monday last and was cn- consideratjion, and after being varied in QTpHE Subscriber has been dnlj ap

occurred but it opposed no'mther sed on Thursdav. UL the Hon. the County
filled
the indissoluble link of trade inteivstsjd i some point., and up, was reportedto < poir.ted by
)obstacles excavation that what Were I An additional Term of said Court i is tobe I the covention w here a. few fUi'tber Court of Escambia County, Receiver of
intercourse whilst the channel ,
hip easily surmounted by the axe and the held, suleiy for Probate business, on alteration it the form in which it Tax returns in said County and hereby .
ill them with the Eat gave
at
\* connect every spade. From these data therefore and the first Mcmday of June next. now st3. ds. The declaration of rights gives notice, that he will :commence on I
lur'uir' and of contact from
point ,
the port the Gulf and from the others afforded by the spacious and deep was stibstntiaHy from the same hmd. Monday the 13th March next, to attendtothesarne.

I Allegnany beds of the Lakes with Which this region Extract fnm a letter addressed It theF4itor The preartbk to the constitution was -

Saine effect to the Atlantic.To inland abounds, it is evident that the work of of this paper, dated probably erh'ed in a great measure, if Charles Evans"RtCfivtr

an navigation; of Unbroken excavetion for a canal is in a great measure Washington City January 19th 1826. not wholl from the funds of Mr. Jeffer- Returns -
continuity for 350 miles, by cutting the *' Bill has the of Tax .
and that
performed by nature, The Judiciary occupied the ribliness of which in such matcrialsis -
12 miles-f.uch is the labor to be son. Petisacola. 18th 182651.3t
without of Representatives for two Feb'ry
remainder maybe completed encountering House I near I seen n the Declaration of ludepen.dence -
performed: so cheap, natural & so essen- of the difficulties inseparable weeks and the discussion has been animated -I '

elsewhere. The
any
well as plan
tial to an uninterrupted communication, from characterised by primary and in some instances! eloquent.From as Notice is Hereby jJiven,
regions \ of Mr Jefferson annexed to one of the editions -
from the North and East to the West, it is be-
formation. the .present. appearances oflhis "Notes on Virginia"was the Term of the Hon.
mHAT at next
the the
and from West to extreme South
,
and three
and from thel.ce to the Atlantic Moreover I The route of this canal will pass lieved it will pass new Judgesbe drawn up (after the Revolutionary war, a the County Court, I will present the ,

through a country abounding with lakes, added to the bench of the Supreme with to correct the f.\uls of the accounts and vouchers and apply for a < '.
Sir the States Tennessee and A-
and natural channels and where excava- Court, this is much desired by the Western well obtain "
existing constitution, as as to settlement of the Estate of Seth Fisher,
hbama canal from the
.
contemplate a tion may be necessary, it will be in clay ..Memb rs and it may properly be called this authentic sanction of the people. deceased. .
Tennessee the Alabama river of
to ; and argillaceous soil, and occasional limestone Western measure, as they alone at Your love of truth will excuse this little Noah H. Allen
\\hich, the Bay Mobile will be the out- secured if : wilt be benefited by it. ,
could be ,
and the banks present tribute to i it or rather would nut excuseits
let thus rendering this ,canal important occasion; required by the cedar and cypress In the Senate a resolution to amend the omission.! Admi1li8traor.

to those States, and more valuable to the furnishes Constitution has been introduced accom- I 1826.-51-6t.
of winch the vicinity an With esteem and good wishes, Pensacola Feb. 17th
Union. 'I he people of the West have and able distinguished I _. -_ *
is -
obtain long L- T
:mple[ supply. As the object to panied by (la report James Madison. | ""

lung had to contend against difficultiesand more accuse information, by the {alike for clearness and elegance County Court ) .

dangers in transporting their produceto employment of scientific engineers, anyfurther of dirtion. It will be printed andI Judge Wuodw&rd.Tallahassee. >. Febr'y Term 1826.

a foreign market. Though nature remarks on this suoject would be will see you have a copy sent to you at -- Etcambia County jaN

lid given them a great outlet to the sea, Si.L pevfl t>us. an e>rly day ; although we cannot parti- Middle Florida, ? compliance with an act of the Legislative

it is far removed from the course of Eu The 'attention of the American peo. I cipate at this time in the discussion, it is Saturday January 8th. 1825. 5 Council, approved December8th

ropean trade ; plunging into the Gulf pie has been strongly directed to internal a question of( much interest to every SIR-Walking. recently, in the midst 1824it is ordered that there be levied

of Mexico, they have many perils, to improvements. The brilliant, example American and deserving his serious at ten- of fever and hurricane, my thoughts were for the use of the County of Escambia, a

brave, many leagues to traverse, before ofire Britain in the old world! and of tion. The :Constitution may be said to be turned on you and on your endeavor. to Tax on the property and at the rates ..

the) reach the Atlantic. The dangers the states of Nt'w York and Oiuo in the the Mchor, of our Independence and do good to; nar.fcmd. hereinafter specified-viz:

of the navigation subject them, on furnish happy augury of its extend! whatever will' ipniIa... it m.i-c. aimule and It is already known to you, that a long On every white male inhabitant, over '
new,
t"eiroutward passage, to shipwreck and -a,ut .lty 4nth. .. tiV'II'-UI'""Iis.union. The free from abuse, will tend to strengthenour time since,:,J had divided the whole of human 1. twenty one years Of age and under fifty

Plunder bhou"1 they b.. t.\UllatC enough Waters of the Eastern Mam. are already confideracy: and render the Republic knowledge into provinces, classes, years of age, a Foil tax of fifty cents per

to escape-, on their return lume, connected with the lak
with the ;produce of their ente/prise, which 'in their tun, by the enterprize of "i'he'iKilance and ability with which specific sciences again, into their appropriate On every able bodied slave, over fourteen
they are retardrd by the Gulf tream, into Col. White discharges his duties, as a Delegate -
Ohio, will soon pour out their waters provinces, classes, orders and specific and under fifty years of age twenty
Flon.da Capes and the still mor appal- the Ohio rjver, burthened with tlte produce in Congress, must be a subject objects. I five cents.

ing dangers of Pirates. of* .mighty nation. To descant on of much Ratification to the people of Flo- I feel it to be my duty, at some time, On Cattle three cents perhead.On .
,
Nature has given to the West the finest this wouldbe rida. His attention to the CanalinFlorida ;
like promp
the utility of a measure to give to the world classification of of a Tavern five -rlol.
rnerinthc, world ; :and ir the Governtnf of the soil and his able exposition of"the every Keeper
useless. By it the products Botanical objects according to the principle -
nt \* ill remedy the dd"ects of its distant -. of of large scale lars
the tiller (practicability one ,
are wafted to a distant depot ; upon of the.Epistemic system ; by which On retailer of prituou liquors
: they start with of used vessel of the every
dlsernbogueinent latitude he capable being by
the soil, no matter in what 1 would the enterprise in five dollars.
name express ( tavern keepers) ,
theirtlantic brethren, in the equalrace has been veiwed, members except
his des- larger class by -
ho.distant
I. may live, no matter view. The reasons, principally are, that On Store keepers, ten cents for each
OJ'c.illh and prosperity, on the I for ability as a high evidence .
tinies may have thrown him from the ocean distinguished the-Botanical arrangement is entirelynew hundred dollars of stock in trade
!;""tlt highway of European commerce, bounties of Providence of his talents and foresight The
he finds the will be regarded as
by ; that it perhaps On Auctioneers: one quarter per cent.
au'l the i>MU-i ill left to their energy. Public lots in Pensacola and elsewhereare
of Government
and the enterprise original ; that it is agreeable to the order on the amount of their commissions. -
From the lowness ofits banks!! and the his door ready to also receiving from him vigilant examination whole of
the merchant at of nature and that it absorbs the On Doctors of Medicine, three dollars.On .
fragil.ty ofits levees, the Mississippi often exchange for his labors, the price of its and it is beleived the result will the Linn an classification, by convertingits Laywers three dollars.

bitts its embankments, and overwhelms facilities are addedto be satisfactory to t he public mind and thus losing
into -
value, and thus new substantives adjectives, Drdrred that on a): Cattle the prop--
the firm that cover its bottoms ; the channels of commerce, which have advantageous to the public interests. none of the labors of that distinguished of persons.hu are or who maybe for ,

and it would be idle to say to the Com- the bountiful God of There is every reason to believe there If left to choice I I ty
been scattered by naturalist.. my : the time being, non-residents of this Territory -
ni'ttec that such inundations over fields nature, with so prodigal a hand, over our will be very' liberal appropriations made for would select Boston for- this- operation.It there be livied a tax of twenty fire

ot cotton and sugar are ruinous in t he extreme. continent. the Navy yard at our place & large bodies requires sound and diffusive classical cents head, annum. '

To diminish this danger in the canals were unknownin of workmen em ployed duiing the ensuing information in order to along with the per per .
go
!h. htest would be national benefit Fifty years ago least satisfied our Ji true copy from the Record ,
am
at
degree
a England, and within that period,fifteen; summer : nomenclature. In that quarter of our -

far greater than would be commen- millions have been expended in their Delegate will make every exertion to effect Empire, this species learning has been M. Crupper, Clk. <

frunvte with the cost to be incurred. I construction ; their foreign commerce that object and the favorable report cultivated for a longer period and to a byWll.lluntDLC.: -

11:4\>: c, therefore, suggested,that, by clear- has been enlarged tud their internal of the commissioners, with the representatIons extent, than elsewhere. .
greater
lug out the Maufchac, the first stage inUe trade has far exceeded it in extent, value, of the Commanding Otic era There are many reasons fbr preferringthe PrnA ol al5thFeDruary1826.a.511tVarehouse. ; J.

,\rat route of canaling, )OU give to I and One hundred and sixty I of that Station, are certain, 1 think, to I City ofNew York for the medical St. Marks.J .
importance. at ,
( \
tht' Uississippi; an outlet through which, -five act of Parliament have been passed prove successful. sciences. l will not particularise them 'J

Lichi of us surplus volume would pass, i for making and perfecting them. le$ I should give unnecessary offence: subscriber has lately erected near I ;.

into \Le Lakes, first, an4 then into the I What results may not be anticipatedfrom County Taxet.-Our readers will observe but will make a candid advance to con- THE landing at St. Marks, a commodious .

Gulf, without hazard to its borders, and this internal navigation in the Uni- by reference to our advertising, CQ- ciliite its good will by enclosing to you and secure WAREHOUSE, where :

Ui manifest! relief to its 'levees. It 1 ist ted States ? By the completion: of this lumn, that a 't'arrllas been laid for County publication 1', in such a manner as you he'is prepared to receive goods, either' :

'4stii.tt another eligible mouth is created. work, the commerce of the whole continent purposes in pursuance of the provisionsof may deem expedient, A classification and on Storage or Commission.Wm. /. '.:
'
, *here it is useful a the Act of the Legislative Council.- of I '
so eminently will bt$ changed ; boats will pad nomenclature of a particular society Wright.St. : > ; .

OI'lI"1afitl waters, too great for its bed I with safety from St. Louis and Pittsburg, Some ot the taxes we think objectionable' diseases, that of fevers\ and subjecting t" "" -.
*'nd that fellow citizens Marks Dec. 20th, 1825.-47-tf. .
drawn off ruinousJoitssetutrs -but we trust our ,
current, a surplus I to the interior of Mississippi, Alabamaand them to the generous criticism of a com ..
and hazardous to New.Or-I will return will not be backward in paying such as and courteous.I .t
so .
enlightened
these States: munity 2
.I Georgia ;
s. Uy this work the marshes are their'producw through tie same chan: are.not unconstitutional, as it is full time do great violence to my feelings, and, Ior. dale at this. Office. '

, 'tained, the hot-bed of fever broken ip, nels to the centre of the Union, or meet thatthose who have rendered services am very sensible of the great risk 1 run, Manifests ;< Y
' Coasting .
*.nd death cradle. the for the County should be compensatedfor and ,
: strangled in its : HyUfiniru for foreign ports, around I in submitting- such a clusificatio '

the delta of the Mississippi, railJ'ou shipping Florida! const, at yie most convenientports. I their tune and attention ; it is now nomenclature withoat explanation, and Slave Manifests, : ,. I

ot acres of laud are reclaimed: from' The period is not 'distant, .when several years since the County has been without comment, yet my judgment die. Bills of Lading / '

)undation, a aboundl* field for IOdu try i at New ,York: will pass! upI organized and not one cent has: ever yet ates that this[ror.the present will be the 41'' .
ai it a boat starting the Treasury It is tbe heightof I, nd/ .
of Ohio come into Powers Attorney p-- .
enterprise opened to the growers I Canal/through the lakes, best course. ,

,"If. 'Vgar, aqd, in the course of time, ouruutry the grand and thence down the Mississippi injustice tuat the Otficera o ftbe Coun I. The day il not distant when the Physician Blank D8 ds. /:, :
<* I canal, her suould compelled, not only to devote jl these ., : .
freed! from the tribute she now this channel and discharge ty l shUl obtain the mastery over .

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SHERIFF'S PensdcoiaBookTUST
-D'
PROPOSALS! A miscellaneous department will be J 8. ;,. Store
*
devoted to the entertainment of these: Palmer I County Court, Escambia County.
For publishing, in Nashville, Tennessee 1-b ECtIVED per Brig AfSjps
,
relaxation
occasional
fond of
who are and -Harriet from John Lee Williams,1adm'rofi.fl.Chap received .
tt York, Brir" St.
from'Nefr, per CUir
a Weekly to be entitled the by tM &
Paper, from more severe'employment, I
p
Orleans '.t : reel from New-York, and for
: National Banner; perusal of tales; anecdotes, &c. l9 lin deceased, >fi. (sWilliam above,an additional assortment aalea
Such is a brief outline of the Thirty eight Cases and ***** Dry On< Boob.
t*., which are.the
the ** I ttitedto theeas9n, cospring- among following
AND i intended to be accomplished by : King, JBY

literaryt toUticaltt Commercial Gazette Ii cation here proposed. It is mr*t.106 to Super Cambric Prints, virtue of this execution and the NEW WORKS.

combine the advantages of a if Common do. do. proceedings had in this cause, I have Rothelan, a Romance of the English BI .
.
_ and the auccomplishmcnt .ac. French Callicoes,
For
a newspaper. taken the right of the defendant to the tones,
GETS IE main .object of the proposed of this design, tf p'ublisb.er Cambricks, Jackonet, Lawn,
Letters
f J3 publication will be'the develope- will rely upon the prom sf. I1d and I Bombatette, assorted colours Stanhope's on Greece in 1333

fnent of the resource, physical and men united efforts of several glcmen of I Hosier, elegant worked robes, \l\1 Y, & LOTt and 1824,with Docuraentron j the Greek

tal, of this young but thriving and important distinguished talents and a. uirements, I IACC ball dresses, Revolution, and the life of Mustang

section of editori/W"H, experience : bleached &sheeting Ali, **
our common country.- as well as upon the Brown& shirting I
-. Connected with this object as its means and attainments of f* individualto I Superfine do. do. : .v. .ufox: Intendencia Streets, Buchanan's. Sketches of the North A&e.

and its results! will be, the diffusion of whom its general superndance and "I Plaids Stripes, Indigo and furniture formerly occupied by Francis Pasquier rican Indians, with a plan for their melioration .

intelligence of every description calcu principal management wiPe confided. i checks shirting, ticking &c. &c. now in the possession of Noah H Allen, ,

: lated interest and benefit the community It is surely .time tha ne exertions 12 boxes boots&shoes,fine &. coarse, and shall proceed on Tuesday the 4th Theodoric, a Tale! ,.and other Poems by

,the Vindication of our just reputation were made bv the;intL gent and public- {r 2 trunki Ladies' silk, Mohair, and Mo1 day of'April next, at 12 o'clock, at the Thomas Campbell,

p the support of our right, and the spirited citizens' of iAncssee, to vindicate 1! roccosboes Court House, to sell at Public Auction for The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipt

promotion of our interests, not only as the literary cb,. ter of the State, 5 crates& 5 hhds. crockery, china and cash, the right of this defendant to the for Plain Cookery, &c. &c.;c.

Americans but as citizens of the west. and to demonstrat the extent of her glass ware aforesatd..Lot, to satisfy this writ and all Biography of the British Stage being tha

The paper will he, as its name imports .. mental, moral, andphysical resourc s.- 4 cases .2 trunks assorted Saddlery, cost thereon due. Lives of the principal Actors and Actresses *

eminently national. It will hare no narrow Nothing is want'-tf but a concentration 10 cases-super,fine, com'n & wool hats W m. Davison, ,

views, will be devoted to no party, of etl rt. It is oped, therefore, that the I :2 trunks fine cutlery: Stfff.Es Cy. The History of Matthew aid, by thO'

will encourage no prejudices. It will be i importance of te object will turnish a :. 2 cases 2 trunks ready made clothing, Sheriff's Office author of Valerius &c.

designed at once for the gratification and sufficient stiro/u*, and that Tennessee 5 pipes Cog. Brandy, J Hallam's View of Europe during tho
1825.-41-1amts.
Pensacola Dec. 5
improvement of the scholar, the lover of will rio longer/6 content with the humble 1 pipe one | pipe old Madeira wine, I Middle Ages

o science, the professional man,the farmer, obscurity'0 which she has hsthe-to 100 sacks ground\ salt. -- -- --.-- -- The Spanish Daughter,

: th* 'n rchILDt, the mechanic, the friend, been' destine Sucua publication AS is 4 tons iron, assorted sizes, \.\\:\lr-rangement.\ The Human Heart,

of religion, the freemason, the: philan now intend4, 19! aa impo'tand'=sidea.- 4 bundles steel, I The Highlanders, a Tale,

t thropist, the statesman, the politician, tujn and ijconducted with zeal, may no j3< casks hoes, Claiborne) J ail.WUE Scenes m Europe,Scenes America: 1

;; the newsmonger and the light reader,- doubt fut ih facilities for the increase as: 13 qr. chests fresh tea, assorted, on Thursday at 3 P. M. The Blank Book ofa small Colleger,

Every effort will be made to furnish some- well u tie display of our Jitcr.tr) man' 2 boxes mu..'ard, on Friday 10 A. M. Living PlaVs, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9

; thing, at once nourishing and palatable ments. The propos.j:" l is :: ,.' \ respectft'ly '1 box Cayenne: pepper, Tallahassee Mail.Due and' 10th volumes,

for these various tasted. ottered to the puuh-j, with u.c t5 hhds, Orleans sugar, new crop,
A liberal portion of its columns will be u mUl'> confidence or uucquate encour- 20 bbls. fresh flour, on Sunday at 3 P. M. TOGETHER WITH

occupied by original articles on literature ageii ent and support. iI I i 20 bags llavana green coffee. Closes on Sunday at 6 -1'. M. Paley's Works complete, in 5 vols,
;: an .
'I'.1 erms.Tur i ALSO IN STOnE, Rollins Ancient History, 8 vols.Plutarch's .
?, and acquirements of
the gentle- 70 ps. Kentucky bagging, Master. Lives, 8 vols.
mm sufficient who are pledged for to the contribute. are 1SA'rIONLL BANNER is printed on a 45 r ur. Srotck Aa. Pensacola, Dae. 31st,1825-3t. Josephus's Works, 6 vols.9
a
guaranty respectability
and value of those articles. The most l rge Superroyal sheet, with a snail neat 12 ps.TO\y do. nilui hun uu Pnrgwtivca, \1..

interesting new works which from type, entirely new, and procured expressly 70. coils bale rope, Armstrong on Typhus Fever,
time
States Hotel
to time issue from the both for the purpuse It is published 250 pounds bailing twine, United Miner and Tully on Fevers, .
in
may press, by JOHN S. SiMrso, at three dollars a 2 tons assorted castings, Orfila' Practical Chemistry, by Coir,
this
country and Europe, will be noticed MOBILE.
criticised. year payable in advance, or tour dollars 15 boxes old claret, Powel on Contracts,
and The
: of situation and progress a the end of the year Advertisement} 4 boxes old port, Lif ]HE undersigned respectfully informs Morse's New Gazetteer, -

be strictly our attended own literary to institutions and will will be inserted on the usual terms. 30 bbls. whiskey, his frieiius and the public, Walker's Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket*

puinted out. The diffusion, of frequently OC/ Time first number ot the BANNSR 10 Wood's patent ploughs! that his house is gain opened Milton's Works, 2 vols. gilt,
learning,
p by commou schools,academies, and col r eceivedaud may be seen at this utficej, 20 kegs ground paints, assorted colours, ;; ;: ;; for their accommodation. Thompson's Seasons, 1 voL gilt,

leges, established and patronised I where subscriptions will be thankfully ra 75 kegs tar, .:.: .f =j His bar room, dining room and Beauties of Shakespeare, do.

ourselves, will be especially! regarded among and j ceived.-Ed. Pen. Uuzctte !I Sides soal leather. _ bed chambers, having recently Campbell's Poems, do.
Sides do. considerable and improvements Meditations
Tnos-t ze-ttously encouraged. Scientific upper undergone repairs Hervey's do.

researches into the geology and natural NOTICE. Calves'Skins, he trusts they will be found Pilgrims' Progress, do.Pope's .
8 bbls loaf and comfortable und He has Works 2 *
of the lump sugar, convenient vols. do.
history western will claim the
country Administration
of on ;o baskets sweet oil been careful to have Lights & Shadows
LETTERS particularly good Scottish Life, do.
particular attention, while its topography decruied
Col. John )Miller
'
25 boxes assorted window glass, beds,all of which are now new and clean
stul statistics will be occasionally noticed. ALSO
been the subscriber, by ,
having 'granted
45 kegs cut nails, His bar and table shall be as well sup
Every thing likewise connected with its the County Court for the County of Ls>- The Sorrows of Werter Vocal
Standard
first qr. casks Madeira, Teneriffe and Malaga plied as the market will enable him. His: ,
settlemcns
rapid growth, and present cambia all demands against Life of Franklin
; persons having wine, for sale by stables are large and con\enient and will Paul and Virginia,
condition .
; and fully detailed.,will be carefully sought after said: estate are requested to present. Stone & Nisbet. be found well stuted and well served William Tell, Gulliver's Travels, &c.Etc

the same immediately, and those inaeot has flour WHICH,
One of his stables a ground for
Reports will be furnished of the pro ed are desired to make (>a)'.Bent to December 10th, 1825.LL __ the use of race horses. Having experienced together with the stock heretofore on
ceedings of our highest courts of law, '
W. Haseil Hunt NOl.'l'CE. and and himself hand, composes a extensive and
And of important legal decisions and active servants, being very general
; devoted his business he assortment of books, and will be
Administrator to hopes to L
communications on medical subjects, > 4\ persons indebted to the estate sold
at the New-York
with accounts ofextraordinaty cases, and Pensacola, Jan. 27,1826-48-8w. of James B Starr deceased, are give contentment to such as may favor Merchants prices for cash.-
and
their modes of him with their company. Families may Country public or private
treatment, will be given. hereby requested to make immediate

S. .The man of business will find, under A. GORDON, payment: ; and those having dem"mds are be accommodated with private rooms. terms Libraries, and furnished such books on as the most ordered liberal and

4# cur nA.1uaa, much that may be useful Attorney & Counsellor Law requested to present them at my office, W. Roberts. are not on hand, will be procured are with as

find interesting to him. No pains will be duly proven, for adjustment. I OC/The: Cahawba papers,Journal, Mont- little
]fY IAS resumed the practice of his proCession delay as possible. Orders from z
.
spared 10 the earliest
procure most minute JU Wm. Davison. gomery, Tuscaloosa- Mirror, Louisiana I
< in the several Courts of West distance will be as promptly attended to
and accurate intelligence of the state Advertiser and Gazette Pensacola will L ,
him and meet with
Florida. business confided the
to ,
Any Executor.. same liberality asa.
of the markets
both
foreign and domes .
insert the above week for
please once a
will receive his and careful atten- I personal application.
tic. A correspondence will be prompt Peisacola, Dec. 20th 1825.438w.he .
opened tion. He be consulted at his office two months.and forward their accounts U i
W.
Hud maintained may : Hasell Hunt.
regularly with New Orleans -
.
in Fensacola. iti's Sale.fufierior the Commercial Register Office, for pay
and the .
principal eastern cities, specially ment. April 12th, 1825.

\ for the purpose of procurii.g and January-27th. --, 1826. Court, West Florida. 44-2m. ,

furnishing in detail such intelligence as Fruit and Ornamental Trees Tip,. Comyns JSr'r. of"T08. \

may be important the merchant and the Comyni deceased, FOR SALE.

farmer. The prices of our staple productions c. vs. fi. fa. Lost sometime in June last,
;.. and of the principal articles of irapouaiicn I Francisco oIllarimi anode J I mIlE following very valuable property.
# A Note of Hand A situated in
the extent ofthe demand, the \Wm rP[ U JEi St. Maxent.f : the City of Pensacola*

rates of exchange. &c. will be given with ) Y vittue of this execution I have ta. OR the sum of two hundred dollars, I and its immediate vicinity, belonging ta

S tfo much promptitude and accuracy uspo pnoi'uirroR OF TilL sicken the right, title and interest of signed by William Loftin and Geo. Col. John R. Fen wick, offered for tale-a

I vble A portion of the paper will beutii'ormly Linoean Botanic Garden, this dtf ndant, to all the remainder of the dimming, and payable to William B. for terms, apply to the subscriber, who i ia
t devoted ,.. Wills dated about of his duly constituted agent and attomeJl-
to the subject of agriculture FLUSHING, LO.VG ISLJAD, ;: ,.1 the sixth or seventh
in fac:.
, and the mechanic and manufacturer ,FFEHS to the public, hi't July 1824. All persons are hereby forewarned
1. 'A'ill be furnished with accounts as :tJ'_,J collection of the very choicest extensive TJnsolA. Land, from trading for said note/or it is\, & Lot,

:, :.: i J f u'l s can be obtained, of the most valuable fruits, the selection of which has been t the property of the subscriber mlouse by the

: improvements that may from time to the N. H. MitchellDec.
made with greatest care during more contained in the Cala Blanco tract" of
tii.be made in the productions of the than halt'a century, and to wuicii large 29th 1825.463t.STaT1aVi.. pleasant
recent -
art.* and in the various species ot machines additions have been made. $)((00) m1Pm and desirable: residence. Ifnot soon sold,..

'. will be to rentby the yearto an approved
7.- The assortment of ornamental adjoining to this City on the West, and
'I'l" great f .Torts that are making for tenant, together with some furniture.
the diffusion of:uoral<>nd religious truth, !!trees, flowering scrubs and bounded on the south by Pensacola Bay, A Lot adjoining the South comer of'
- ? plants, is also very extensive.-, and shall proceed on Tuesday the 4th of
and the extension of the blessings civil Redding Street, at the end oC
ization, will be carefully watched & their Also,of Bulbous flowers, which April next, at 12 o'clock at the CourtHouse ON HAND.AND FOR SALE AT THE the public square. upper

I results made known. Without enteri into include 620 varieties of Tulips 380 of to sell at PUBLIC JUCT10AT Pensacola Bookstore

the diasentions ofsecu,ian ::i Hyacinths, besides a great variety of other for cash, the defendant's right to so muchof 00 Airpeus of Lana
controversy species. The house the aforesaid tract of Land will An Assortment Stationary ,
,: or attempting to furnish the details of*missionary green department as pay j consisting of
has also been greatly extended, and now he sum of two hundred and twelve dollars !- J /T\UILLS, superior quality, more or less, fronting St. Rosa Sound,
: eiiterprizt's, a faithfulJrecord will 1
be given of the most important intelligt comprises above 1800 species, among: 75 cents debt, and all cost then due \ij Letter, Folio and Cap paper, and opposite to the City of Pensacola,
which are the most splendid and rare upon this writ. Waters, Sealing Wax. ,." near to the improvements of Judge
ice, respecting the of holy
religion in progress of'the world.our kinds, including 30 kinds of oranges, W. Davison Peg, Cork, Glass and Pocket Inkstands, Brackenridge ; situations like this' aro
:m -. every part lemons and citrons, 28 of the cunel- Red Ink Powder, destined tobecome_ valuable as residencesfor
A will be
corner devote!
occasionally '
: to an account uf masonic lia Japonica or Japan rose, 200 of gerani. Sh'ffEs.. County.Sherzf'8 Japanned Sand Boxes, Paint Boxes, the summer, as well as for the cultivation
proceedings, so ums. 45 heaths and green and bohra. Office, Red Tape, Indian Rubber. of the Orange, &c.
i :: far
be deemed
as they to Pensacoia.
may interesting Dec. 1st, 182S401amts.Sneriti's .
: .r.. the craft and worthy of publication; and tea plants, olives, myrtles, cape= jasmins, Lead and Slate Pencils. Crayons,
; 800rpens of Land
Hair
Camel's
&c. &c. In the collection are aboul10OOO do. ,
a regular J'e'Qter will he furnisued of the Sa\
vines of the finest Pencil Cases,
.p -: officers from time : grape European kinds
to time, elected in the less
about
more or three miles north of
: .. several grand lodges and gra..d chapters I for wine and the table, and above 5uO va Superior Court, West Florida. Indelible Ink, Drawing Paper & Pensacola and known
the of
throughout United Stales. rieties of the most beautiful roses including John & James Innerarity, } Rnnn Hoards. by name
.
which
Sv. messa there
on is a comfortable -
Nor will political topics and the news 54 kinds of Chinese monthly roses, vs. ;-fie fa. Clothes and Hair ALSO dwelling and outhouse*, ..4 w_ .....
of the day be overlooked. A and 9 of the Moss rose. Also, 73 varieties JMiUan de fa Carrera J Brushes eupied some time since by Col. Walton-
summary of the double dahlia. The catalogues vii tuc cf this execution and the "Common Scissors, Razors, _
will be given, in a condensed form indeed new BY I there is an excellent stream of water running -
for 1825 are just published and proceedings had in this suit I have I Superior Windsor Soap and
but as much in detail as the limits through this tract of land, and it is
of such a publication will permit, and as may be obtained graft* of W. Haseil Hunt, 'taken the right of this defendant to the&LOT Common Watch Keys. well timbered-there is not, perhaps, in
much the and orders left with him, or for*arded W. Haseil Hunt. this
so probably as mass ot readers vicinity, a more eligible situation fo:
may deem important, of the prominent> per: mail to the proprietor, will meet with ii; il ii;: \ oSi ; I Pensacola 15th Oct.182S.NOTICE. a saw mill. ,

occurrences in our own and foreign coun prompt attention/and be shipped to.. nyiT .::. :..: ALSO,

tries. The proceedings of Congress I port designated. Sundry articles of household furniture.

of the State I Legislatures will be noticed November 18th, 182538if.NEWYORK oflround situated No. 296. on Govern. Robert Mitchell

.r and such aa are-mateml and ot general merit Street in this City, and shall pro John de la Rua, r,
interest minutely recorded. MIRROR ceed on Tuesday the 4th of Aprilnext Agent & Attoiney infect,
vs.Thelieirs -
'
It is not intended to in of at 12 o'clock, at the Court House, to sel of for Col. John R.Fenwick.
engage TurnerCoLIos.Phillps
any AND
the at PUBLIC Pensacola, 4th Jan. 1826.-45-tf.
sane SUCTION for
the little
political contioversies of the Ladies' Stark the heirs of
Gazette.
times, nor to matte this: paper the vehicle Literary cash, to satisfy and pay the sum of three R. IN PARTITION -,
- B. hundred and three dollars 19 for Collector9 Office, District ofPensacolaJ .
cents
personal or prty feeling. It will occasionally ttotdVkiss K.'Call, James Ram-
debt and all costs then due this November 24th 1825. >
on writ. ,
however be devoted to the ;
and
JVb. age, all others
4. Canal Street N. Orleans :
Notice
is
,
support ot'what are deemed important W. Davison concerned. Hereby Given
.
fO KING for
the above
cardinal political principles it will sometimes p tion, will Agent receive subscribers publicaM at g 4- Sh'ffEs. County. ./ liHE above named John de laRua will TO Masters of Vessels trading to Pefsacola -

discuss questions ot political economy per annum, payable in advance Nos. 1 Sheriff Office,
It WIU inculcate respect for our I. to 14, are just received. The above; is a Pensacola, Dec 1st, 1825-40-lamts. Court, for the District of West Florida Post Office Law,will be strictly enforce
federal and State
constitutions and from this date.
a to be holden
at Pensacola the
I on first
weekly publication, printed in the '
.
royal
strict undeviatitig compliance with their quarto form, on fine' paper, with a bur- : NOTICE. Monday of May next, for partition a certain ..t.Geo.V.. :Barkley,

,-. provisions. It will Discountenance all un. geois type, and in neatness and beauty of fiT is my intention immediately to institute tract of land, lying and being to the
due intertereiice between the several d-- a suit in the east of Bayou Texar in Escambia Dfp. Collector
workmanship, is surpassed Superior Coun of County -
by no periodi Peniacola No,.25th 182.-39.-tf.
tue and all ,
partnicnts
gO\ClJHI'cut. unnecessary publication in America. the Western District of Florida, to ue containing four hundred arpentsmoreor ,...

and dangerous collisions be held at Pensacola on the first Monday of less, commonly known by the name of
lwenile Mate: respectively .na me nation JUST ,
RECEIVED May next,on a certain Gonzales tract-one undivided
- r Mortgage, bearing thirty-
it will discourage sectional jealousies ,
I date 15th September 1821: given by sixth part whereof owned and possessed
FOR
und local Hut SALR AT 'I'Helsicola 1826.
u title it
prejudice Charles Beeler to Charles Ivy, for secur- in fee simple by the said John de la .
triveg Uiu cultivate a nauvnut \!
I it will boldly maintain the and spirit zeal-, Hook Sto-r, lug the payment of 684 dollars principal, Rua ; one halfpart of the whole by the
ngnta AN ADDITIONAL with the interest due thereon. The land said heirs of Turner Stark ; twelve thirty

oufcu support toe It will interests endeavour ot the to west. Blank ASSORTMENT OF bound by said Mortgage consists of 320 sixths by the said heirs of Jos. Philips Just Received and for FJJllt
er. Books
country.
point arpens, situate on the North western side four thirty sixths by the said ft. K. Call, .
the elfins ol the
; the oui real diameter this west by developing Playing Cards, ot the mouth Escambia River, on a part and one thirty sixth by the said James ATTIlPnthcola

younger portion Letter which the town of Beelersville is laid Ramage as tenants in common-and this
'. ot thc.contcderacy j and wttuout undervaluing Paper Book Store
out. notice is given to all concerned in the aforesaid ,

; the right or merits of the citi. Penknives, .&e. &c. John Lee Williams tract of land, pursuant to an act mllw
of
of other sections the s
2cii it ,
country, "
to provide for the partition of lands in
w.ll assert the equal rights&merits of the W. Uasell Hoot. Attorney Jor Mortgagee. this Territory." _

r braveuardyfc intelligent son ot the we t. Pensacola, 19th Dec. 1825. Pensacola- Dec. 1825-41-2am4m. Jn. de Louisiana & Missiesipp

The immense importance of .turnpike la Rua. ALMANAC FOB 18 6.
'otit- ,
roads, canals &other branches of, nternal Deerskins and Beeswax Pensacola, Feb. 3,1826.-49-8w.Qfvartout I

,,, improvement, will Oc illustrated and enforced J i THE highest market price will be giv (OTpllE co-partnership heretofore exist. 1 --- J'rice-per gtrole;<.. S 10

.. 4 and every, effort will be made to,. in Cash, for Dtcrakinaand Beef 4,1 ing between Wm. Wright& Charles l\LAN B .'.* dozen, 4
induce the people of "eimebscc Ato give wax, by Pindar, i*.Ihis day by mutual consent dis -'S single one; 12|

them at lean a wr txpcnmeat. John Jerrison jr. solved.Tallahassee( defcrifltjw for tale thi8 w.IiiB)1nt.

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