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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: March 4, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
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Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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t'IYRLISllED EVEnT SATURnLT, TAKE NOTES. ,I L8 ()t..Jo :\ ; j husband died possessed, aad I shall be decreed-for, extreme- *cnt! f .. -

BY W. HASBLL HUNT my brethen a word"of advice to ::= ==-....:...- ._.! -jr ''lf which by this law she shall be city in either of the parties, but if. .

SOLE EDITO:; AND PROPRIETOR, you.-Pay up alll! your this and An act concerning Dower. emitted, which part; ,or portion J Iljt.PP ear._ thaljhe cruelty 'complained '
FMblisfter! of the Law of the United Staffs Cape away from the taverns and Be it ena&ed by the Governor shall be and inure' to such widow, f of, is occasioned by The ... .
and of the Territory of Florida stors leve of your drenkin Spres and Legislative Council of the her heirs, executors, administrators collusion of the parties, and done
SuBSCiiimorr-Year 5 and Behave as you at to dow and Territory of Florida, That when and assigns forever, with the with intent to obtain such divorce,

Half Quarter year 3 1 50 then yeu will feail as I dow for I. any person shall die intestate, or I exception herein before expressed th-n no divorce shall be decreed.

Single twelve and an year half cents. : felr Not the Devil Nor the Shcref shall make his last will and testa.mentand 4. Be it further enacted, That ,f. Be it further enacted That ;;

Subscriptions paper payable in advance A good Sitterson. not therein make any express I the proceedings upon such petitions when. a, divorce shall be decreedon
ADVERTISINGEvery advertisementof I: ** The Attorney and Physician.As .- provision for his wife, by for dower shall be in a ,'umI account of the parties being

the width of one column and measuringnot : two of these gentlemen were giving and devising unto her, such ary way, and the court shall at within the prohibited degrees, or
more than twelve lines of this type, ,'sitting together in a public house, part or parcel of real and perso their first term, when such petition for the cause of adultery, or extreme -
first insertion one dollar.eacb weekly continuance
fifty cents; longer and wider the doctor began to reproach the nal estate-as shall be fully satisfactory is filed, proceed to ,hear and cruelty, the court shall and
ones at the same rate. Uule and. figure attorney with the number of lo her, such widow may determine as to them hall seem may in every case, take such order
work, double price for the first insertion. strange words which the law indulges signify her dissent thereto in the just and right : Provided, .that the touching the care and maintenance
Advertisements will tastefully display in, viz :_(( Habeas Cor superior or county court of the I party petitioning for' dower shall of the children of that mar-

ed will, according be measured to the by matter nature of of them this sized, and pus," "fieri facias," &c. and, county wherein she resides, (and give ten days' previous notice to riage, and also touching maintenance rt

type. When inserted at intervals, (that amongst others, asked what was if there be no court in the county the executors administrators and alimony of the wife,
is, not inserted every week,from the first meant by the words (( docking an then to either of said courts in the by serving them with a copy of or any allowance to be made to
the last insertion each insertion will said petition. And where there her, and, if the
to ) entail. Why, doctor, repliedthe next adjoining county ) at ,any any, security to begiven '
ke charged as a new advertisement.; attorney, "it is doing what time within one year after the probate are no executors or administrators for the same, as from the -I

Amounts demand for advertising payable alwaysen you will not do with your patientsit of such will, and then and in or where; they do not reside circumstances of the parties and. M
is recovery" she shall be in the county o!the residence of nature of the case be fit
(03": Liberal contracts will be made -, suffering a that case, entitled to may 1
\vith those who wish to advertise by the dower in the following mannerto such widow, or where the widow equitable and just. ,
Laws the United States. shall be executrix or administratrix 8 Be it further
year. of wit: one third part of all the lands, enacted, That
03 All communications to the Editor tenements and hereditaments, of then she shall give said no- if any persons who shall be divorced

must or be not post,as paid suite, or his they convenience.TOETU3A1 will be attendedto 'lBYAUTIIJRITI which her husband died seized and tice by advertisement. in one of the on account of their being-- ,

possessed, or/had.before conveyed newspapers published untie. Territory :- within.the degrees prohibited by
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whereof said widow had not relinquished nearest to the residence of law, shall, after such divorce,

\ her right of dower as such widow, to be published four cohabit .together, such persons so -
\ times in succession. offending, shall be liable to alllt.e.
'1'" heretofore provided by law, which .. .
r F,otu the Richmond Whig. 5. Be it enacted Thatit
further
penalties .
third part shall be and inure ,to provided by ,t
Anode her proper use and be hoof in and shall be lawful for he widowto law against incest. t

for the Anniversary of an Engine M during the term of her natural, life, ; retain the full possession of the 9. Be it further enacted, That f '
Company.What in which said third part shall be dwelling house, in which; her husband if any persons shall cohabit or live s
the most usual!} dwelt next be- together in the same house after a. .
means that shriek of wild despair, comprehended dwelling house
Which sounds along the. midnight air, i in which her husband shall hate fore his death, together with the divorce for the cause of prior marriage -- .:., I t
While darkness holds its solemn sway, been accustomed ,most generally out-houses, offices or improvement or adultery, such person. .- t
And mortals dream their Fares away ? i thereunto belonging free so offending shall be liable
I lo dwell next before his death, together to all ..;.1. 1 tr
Hark the deep tone bells proclaim from molestation the ,
offices or_ rent, until pains and penalties provided
with the outhouses
Why resound those piercing cries: i
Lo a other views the flame buildings and other improvements she shall have her dower assignedher by law against adultery.

From her peaceful dwelling rise, thereunto belonging or appertaining also one year's provisions foi 10. And be further enacted,That ,

And grief and wild anguish distract her ,: provided, that, if it should appear herself and family, to be set apart in all cases of divorce, if the ;\ : .
torn mind, : by three persons appointed by the party against whom the complaint. ,;
to the judge or justices of .
the fate of her loved .
For ones, neglected
fPuBLIC NT0. 3.J] for that is made
shall
court purpose. reside out of this .
behind. An act for aftering the time of holding i the court to whom applicationis
\ I 6. Andbe it further enacted, Territory, or have removed r
or
the District Court in the Northern District made, that the whole of said
That "An act concerning dower shall after the cause of .
of New York. complaint
See, where the little slumberers lie, dwelling house, out-houses, build
:Nor dream of dangers gathering nigh, Be it enacted by the Senute and ings and' other improvements and jointu re in lands and slavesof has arisen, remove out of the Ter.
While round their bed the flame extends, house of Representatives of the thereunto appertaining cannot be widows," approved September14th ritory so that process cannot be-
And,circling, o'er their heads ascends! United States of America in Congress applied to the use of the widow, 1822, be, and the same is served, or if served the party can ;:
Frantic now, the mothel"s gaze, hereby repealed. not be compelled to and
assembled, That from and without manifest injustice to the appear ,
Marking1 where the dangers spread, after the of the District Passed December 6th, 1825.A. answer or plead, it shall and !
Fixes ou the madd'ning blaze next term children or other heirs, then and BELLAMY may If ,
Crackling o'er her infants' bed : Court of the United States for the : in that! case, such widow shall be President of the Legislative Council., be lawful for the court on bill filed .
The stranger in sympathy, weeps o'er Northern District of New York, ,entitled to such part, not-less than SA IL: FRY Clerk. and due proof that the defendant 1} .;:
her tale, the term directed bylaw to be held one third part only, as the Court Approved, December, 8th 1825.1WM.P.DUVAL, resides out of the Territory or 'j,
And with pity deplores what he cannot at Albany on the last Tuesday: in may deem reasonable and just. hath removed as aforesaid, to order J
abate.
January, shall instead thereof, be 2.! Be it further enacted, That Governor of the Territory of Florida. a hearing on the facts charged t
held at the third Tues- i in the said bill, and thereupon to- !1 I
Albany
on when a husband dies intestate An
act divorces and .
Ah, who shall now the danger brave ? I or concerning alimony.Be ;
What powerful arm extend to save ? day in January in each year shall make his last will and testament it enacted 6y the Governorand pass a decree,in the same manner I j
What guardian angel quench the fire, tltereaftcr.JOIN : and not make provision Legislative Council of the I I AS if the defendant had appeared I : ;'
.'And bid.a parent's hope respire?" TAYLOR, therein for his wife, as expressed Territory of Florida, That the and were present in cbtfci : prowl 1! d i
: Borne, on wings of bwif'lest speed, Speaker of the House of Representatives.JOHN ded always,.that a copyf&the said i,
flies in the) first section of this act, she superior courts of this Territory : ;
See, the rattling Engine ;- e. CALHOUN, for t
NpV<< it gains the scene of dread, Vice-President of the United States and shall be entitled to share in the shall jurisdiction of all causes order, hearing be p\jjpfshed in -.1 t ,
Where the forked flames arise ;- President of the Senate. personal estate in the following ; of divorce by this act directedand one of the public news-papers of ., ;
Andijforced; ft'omits tube, the full stream Approved-February 1, 1826. man er, to wit : if there be no i allowed : Provided the party this Territory for the space of ; F
!lil l swift: ascends, JOHN QUINCY ADA lS. three months at least before the, : :
children, or if there be but one applying fur such a divorce, be a
Where\l'eatet.ds.the fierce. raging blaze its triumph [PCBLIC-No. 4.] child, in that case she shall be entitled resident of this Territory, and day appointed for the said hearing- I !: :

An act to revive and continue in force,an out of the residue left, after shall have resided therein, at least Passed. December 7th 1825. f :
Behold the conquered flames retire! act entitled ":1n act fixing the compen payihg the debts of the deceased, one yejir next preceding the Approved December, 1825.) 'I I; t j
New hopes the mother's breast inspire ; sations of,the Secretary of the Senate to ore half : but if there is more filing oi his or her.bill for such !'III. I
An act to amend "An act to abolish the ft*
and Clerk of the House of
JCo more she views: their rage return, Representatives than one child, in that case she divorce. .
fictitious in j
of the Clerks em ployed in their proceedings Ejectment : jr l
And of with burn. 1
See tears with joy haste rupture she flies offices,and of the Librarian." shall be entitled to one third partin 2. Be it further enacted, That and for other purposes therein men- ; .
O'er, the scene eager that caused her pain Be it enacted by the Senate and fee simple, except slaves, in the like process and course of boned" !: 1'J
whic she shall have life estate. practice and proceedings shall be Belt enacted by the Govtrftor'l
See, the tl.icbs of transport rise,- House of Representatives of the ;
Now !She clasps her babes again United States of America in Con- 3. Be it further enacted, Thatit had and pursued in causes of divorce and Legislative Council of iherTerritory l ,
Thus,heaven, in mercy, directs what it gress assembled. That an act, shall be lawful after the passing as is usually had and pursued of Florida, That so f I
gave, the ot ', Luf] his act for any widow claiming '' in other causes in chancery, much of the above recited act as. .1 :
passed eighteenth April,
And the Genius of is instructed to
save! man one thousand eight hundred and dower, to file her petition in ,'I except that the answer of the defendant abolishes the fictitious proceedings C It : tD

v- ... eighteen, entitled "An act fixingthe the superior or county court in shall not be under oath. in the action of Ejectment i r L ',
JMIUSIJVG.; compensation: of the Secretaryof the aunty where her husband 3. Be it urher enacted, That be, and the same is hereby repealed If .l' t
the Senate and Clerk of the shall have usually dwelt next before divorces from the bond of matrimony and from and after: the passage It

A scholar of Dr. Busby's coming House of Representatives, of the 1 his death (if there -neither shall be decreed in case' of this act it shall be lawful'for ,;

into a parlour where the doc Clerks employed in their,offices, of said i courts in said county, then the parties are within the degrees : -the plaintiff at his election to '
'' tor had laid down a fine bunch of and of the Librarian," be, and tihe and in that case, in the next adjoining prohibited by law, in cases where : avail himself of either the action; I

grapes for his own eating, takesit same is hereby declared to be revived county,) setting forth the either party is naturally impotent, i ejectment or of trespass. to try :\ !
up and said aloud, I publish and to continue in force for nature of her claim, and particularly and in case of adultery in either title.I I : .

the banns between these grapes three years, and until the termination specifying* the lands, tene- of the parties, and also for wilful, Passed Approved December December 1825. 8th 1825. !

and my mouth ; if any one knows of the session of Congressnext ment and hereditaments, of continued and obstinate desertionfor ,I i I,

any just cause or impediment why ensuing. whicl she claims dower, ,and the term of five years ; but An act- to provide for holding a term of 'i! .
these two should not be joined- JOHN W. TAYLOR, 1, praying t that her dower may the decree or sentence of divorce the Superior Court in Leon County. ,!'i.
g ether let them declare it.'* The Speaker of the House Representatives, he a lotted to her ; whereuponsaid in such cases shall not render illegitimate Be it enacted by the Governor ,! '__
doctor being in the next room, JOHN C. CALHOUN, I court snail issue their writto the issue born during and Legislative Council of tfrt .\.

overheard all iMt 'was said', and Vice.Presid President of the United of the States Senate., and the sheriff, commanding himto such* marriage. Territory of Florida, That the I 1

coining into the chool, he ordered Approved-February 1, 1826 surimon five discreet freeholders 4. Be_ it further enacted, That Judge of the 'Middle District of ... i..
the boy who had eaten the JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. as Commissioners connected divorces from the bonds of ,matri- Florida'be authorised specially to

grapes to be taken up or as it is _..._. with t ic parties neither by con- many shall also be decreed, where : hold a term'of the superior court
called, horsed on another boy's [PUBLIC-No. ,] sangu nity or affinity and entirel)' either, of the parties had another for the Middle District aforesaid -

1 back ; but before he proceeded to An act to annul "An act concerning" disint rested,' who, upon oath, wife or husband living-at the time at the City of Tallahassee ,.the. _' '-
the usual discipline, he cried out wreckers the and Governor wrecked and property Legisl 1 a- (whicli oatb.the,sheriff is hereby of such sectind' or other"marriage, county of Leon to commence upon

aloud, as the delinquent had done, tine passed Council by of the-Territory, of Florida. autho ised to administer,) shall or marriages where either of the Monday the ,twelfth day of" .December .'
u 1 publish the banns between,my Be it enacted by the Senate and allot and set 'off, by metes' and, parties shall have a former wifeor in the present year. ..
rod and this boy's back ;. if anyone I House of Representative the j bound to, the said widow, one ,husband living at the time 2. Be it further enacted, That q
knows just cause or impediment United States of America in Congress i third part, according to quantity of such marriage shall be invalid service of any rule or citatipn to
why these two should assembled,.That the act ot ; and quality, of all the lands, tenements from the beginning and absolutely shew cause at said term shall ba i
not be joined, let them declare it." the Governor and Legislative : and hereditaments, in said .void, and the issue thereof shall good if made or executed one day" ,

.. "I forbid the banns,"- cried the Council of the Territory of Flori- county, and shall,put her in posses deemed to be illegitimate, and before trial. -
boy. Why so ?" said the doctor da, entitled, "An act concerning of the same which possessionshall iubject to all the legal disabilities 3. Be it further enacted, That :.
Because the parties are not wreckers and wrecked property," sin her an estate:for her of such issue the said .court shall have power -

agreed /" replied the boy.- approved:; byh: : Governor the.., natura life ; and when she< has 5.: Be it further enacted, That to order or issue any writ of Mandamus !
Which answer so pleased the doc 'fourth day of July,, one thousand claim o dower to lands lying' in if it: shall,appear to'the court that Quo warrantoProhibition. ','.x .

tor, who liked to find any readiness eight hundred and twenty-three, different counties! she- 'may pro the adultery complained of, is occasioned Audita QuertU, or Procedendo I 1.
of wit in his scholars, that -be. and the same is,hereby, disapproved ceed i D the superior 01 countycourts by collusion\ of the parties returnable immediately to said t,
in the where such and done*with intention to ifto the laid court or ..
he'ordered the boy to be set down. an declared null and void. county court* any M
By the request of the writer of f' JOHN W. TAYLOR, land I ay lay, and make recovery procure. a divorce,' or that both cither of laid writs shall to ,
the following notice, says the, Speaker.of the House Representatives. in matand ner as is hereby directed, !' partie* have been. guilty of adultery considered necessary .. :
Woodstock Observer. JOHN 1 C. CALHOUNr thshall < sheriff and commissioners then no.divorce'-shall be' de 4. Be it further 'enacted, ''That
(Vermont) and
1 in the formin Vice President of the United States, a so at the same time allot creed. the.special 'powcvs hereby given, .. -
give it insertion President of the Senate. -
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Jfe which it written .verbatim uat71.- .. and: se off to'inch'widow her portion 6. Be it further.enacted t:'h.tl t shall'only be Considered a* vested >.i

et literatim., ..was ApproTcd-F.J.J 'l1NCY AAA i9.P of the personal, estate:of.whicb, divorce. from_ .. bed- -yid. .,ba. i4' i!!sold, r ut. during' tt& 'pccij ... :

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and thus to corn lisped, civil Engineer were I rented point where an artificial
would of river
{the Eyder
circumstances
erm, except so ,far as tl>c same der any ; communication will1 be
are vested in said court by anygeneral prove, to be of sufficient lmpor.tarice % avbid the, necessity of doublingthd in my possession the time, I general utility to the ,of more
1 law' of this Territory, and to be communicated to I he point of Jutland, and winding undertook to communicate to you country, than
Sound. This Canalwanprojected data on ,this subject and any one of the Atlantic ,canals
\ thesidtter'Rs\.l1l! continue, during Committee of the Senate. The through the some ; ;
one week, if the business of[f object, however, is one of 'such to be of a depth of il is with real concern that I find of proposed Mr. Gallatin in that admirable which report

: the court shall so I long require: and deep and general concern, that .I tenfeet/but I believe it has been I them not to be among my papers. stand the text, ( book will ever
as of
t 'O no longer. x think it a duy to contributed! executed on a smaller scale so as I have, however, sent for them to merican the A.

Passed December 9th 1825. any way, however imperfectly, to to accommodation only to : Boston. Meantime, the followingletter system of internal hn.
,:. Approved December 9th 1825. its accomplishment. they!f.lighter coasting craft. The from Mr Parker, Consul of provements while the Territorial

The construction of ship canals, want of such a canal was a clul"fI the United Spates at Amsterdam, relation of Florida to the Union .,

.9n act to change and define! the boundary has, from the earliest period of I cause of the growth of Lubeck, which I find in another Boston as you have justly observed
I lines of Escambia, Walton, and in letter on this
.t Jackson. antiquity, becn one of the most :, which I became a depot between paper, will serve to give some your subject to

"Re it enacted by the Governorand favorite means, to which' power'' I I the bound ar.d the Baltic on the one general ideas on the subject : scruple Secretary o to War the removes all

Legislative Council of the Territory ful States have rt'sortedbf improving side and the Elben the other. Amsterdam, 3d January, 1825. as constitutional

of Florida, That from and the condition of their To restore to Lubeck the trade SIR-I presume it is not generally the power work.of Congress to engage in

after the passage of this act, the subjects, by an extension of the divrrted from il, by the opening: !. known to the merchants
county of Escambia 'shall comprehend facilities of commerce. Severalnoble o{*tie Holstein Canal, it has been I and ship owners of the United I am, dear sir, with

all that part of the Territory projects of this kind, havesurceedrd proposed to cut another Canal directly States, that a canal has been cut the highest respect,

of Florida, lying to the ; some have failed ; I from Lubeck to Hamburg. from the Helder to this City, for Your friend and servant,

\Vest of a line, beginning at the particularly those where a too 1'1u1] distance is short, and, the intervening the purpose of enabling large vessels Edward Everett.The .

East end of St. Rosa's Island in sanguine expectation has been i space favorable ; but to come up and dischargetheir

the Gulf of Mexicorunning raised of uniting seas that lie near an I enterprise I of magnitude and cargoes here, thereby avoiding .cI I
thence a Northwardly course to ;I each other, by.the agency of rivers expense is hardly io be expected i the expense and inconvenienceof : following opinion of the Court

a point where the boundary linecf I I .resprcti\ely flowing into them I from' the petty princes, ,through employing lighters. After a :: delivered JUDGE, Judge by the of the Hon Superior II. M. Court llRAcxE for:(.
I who'se
Alabama and Florida crosses while their head waters spring domains a portiou of thiscanal labor of several years, attended the Western District of Florida, at the

the black water creek. perhaps from the same mountain, j i. l must pass. with great expense :and many last term held in Jackson County, has
./ 2. Bf it further enacted, That without reflecting on the insuperable The two Canals most important difficulties, the work is now nearly been politely handed us for publication

there be and hereby established, obstacles which the peculiar in the present connection, are completed, and the canals have and wt take pleasure in laying it beforeour
readers
a county, to be comprehended i character of the mcuntains or the certainly the Caledonian Canal, in been opened.: A frigate and several involves principles, as the case at which once interesting it decides,,

within the following boundary' rivers, may throw in the vay. Scotland, and that which extends merchantmen have passed and important.-Ed. J'cn. Cazette.William .

lines ; beginning on the boundaryat This remark is particularly applicable from the fielder to Amsterdam, hiHoljand. througn, proving, beyond a doubt, M. Loftin

the point where the same cross- to the pbns attempted and notwitnstanding all that prejudice vs. 2

eth the Black water creek, running I pursued, at such vast expense in 1"w entire history of the Caledonian and ill-nature have said to the William S Mooring 5

East, East along the boundary of Sweden for uniting tile \\ ner Canal)-its rise and progress contrary, the accomplishment This is a Quo llarranto directed _

said Territory to where the same lake with the sea. This case and every article relative' to its the great object in contemplation." to the" Respondent, requiring

intersects the Choctawhatchie, river and numerous others, are sufficient ,construction-. may be found in aseries him to shew to this
I "The whole length of the canai court by what
thence down the channel of the to convince us, bat it is. of of twenty one rep ns, madeby authority he exercises the
from this office
same including the Bay to the vastly less importance that tht'seas : the Commissioners to the House city (Amsterdam) to the of Sheriff jn the
I Helder is f County of Jackson
Gulf of Mexico ; thence along the to be united should be very of Commons, and comprised in two I miles. The depth rty- is ight English sixteen ; to which he answers, that he
Gulf the each other that the intervening folio volumes of the-Parliament- now
shores of the to beginning I near than exercises the in
virtue of
same
feel
but it will
be increased a
to be called Walton County. space should be favorable ry Reports. A sketch of the work, ; in the of to commission from the Governor ofthis
3. Be it further enacted That to the object. as projected, may be found at the twenty course the ensu- Territory dated the
12th
The first close-of Phillips's of Inland ing summer. Steamboats, are day
Jackson County shall be comprehended undertaking of this nistory December 1825 the
now building for the of ; complainant -
within a line on the westaforesaid, kind, of which we have any particular navigation ; and a condensed account purpose replies that he holds
a prior
towing
large smaller
with the is of it, as completed is ships, ones
corresponding! account, the canai, by contained commission from the Governor
Eastern boundary line of Waltoncounty which a communication was opened in Du pin on the commercial may be drawn by horses ; and ,
when the wind is favorable the authorising him to exercise the
"- and on the North by ihe between the Red Sea and' !power 01 Great Britain, vol. 2 canal perJDt'the office for two years, which time
boundary ofihe State of Alabama, the Nile. The character of the p. 201., A great deal, however, regulations use has not
of fore and aft sails. It is calculated yet expired, and that no
to where the same intersTc s the intervening country, is admirably may? of course be learned from the that six horses will< vacancy in the office existed at
Chatahootchie: river, thncc down adapted for the opening of such a Commissioner's reports: alluded :o tow a ship the time of
of making the last
three hundred
the channel' of the same and that communication ; and it may be which is not to be found in Dupin. tons, with her appointment
or has occurred.A .
full
board yet
of the! Apulachicola, until it is intersected doubted whether the surface of The, first suggestion of this cargo on ; and that

by Bamhl)'s trail ; the globe presents n1Jre than one grand work was made by the il-) when the path for horses is com- correct decision of this question -

thence N ort:lW?rdly the nearestdirection other region, over which an ious Watt, 1773. Its object pleted, such a vessel may be is of g eat importance to the

:o the Oakyhill, leaving artificial navigation could be was to combine the several Lakeslust brought from the elder to our Country, inasmuch as the interests ..
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th settlements of .he same to the effected, with such general advantage tno \.n under the namvs of Loch harbor in two days, al an expense of parties may be seriously affVcted
nessLocn Oich Loch not exceeding 100 florins (about by the acts of an illegal officer
Southward arid Westward ; thence tt- the commerce of the LochiL<>ch ,
o direct! .: .r to Bunkor's, on the world. I allude of course to that Eil land L-cn Lymc'he, into one 42 dollars.) The frigate liellona and in this point ol view if assumes -

t Ciuctav ,' hie ; thence up the which separates, by narrow_ isihMUS unb okt' n communication, between was four days on her passage to a much higher interest thana
l channel! u! .he same to the begin- the Atlantic and! Pacific O- F4)rt.illi m and Inverness the Holder" owing to circumstances mere question of right between

1111'>;, ceans. This ancient canal l, if the These lakes} lie in the middle of which it may be proper to ex two individuals.An .

\ 4 Be it further enacted, Thatthm accounts are jut erroneous, was Scotland, and by opening this ca plain. The canal having been office may be held by three

be and! hereby is established, unnecessarily wide ; and, from nal vessels would be enabled topasi Opened, it was the wish of government different tenures, 1st. for life or

a' county to be comprehendedvuhin 1 i ignorance of the principles of (from the North Sea into the should, that be the a national ship of \Var during good behavior ; 2nd for a

\ the following .bnundal Y Hydraulics, was attempted forages antic. Ocean, or the Irish Chan- it and this first to pass through determined period ; 3rd at the

lins ; beginning at Buukei'son before it was aCCUtnpilSlredb ; : ,' hhu making the dangerous ; was accomplished will and pleasure of the power

Cnoclawhatchie, runnin Under the Ptolemies, h -wevt-r, i it circjiii of the Orkneys, and the under every disadvantage. The conferring it. In the two first instances
"" th",ncc on the Jackson county line afforded the means ol carrying Hro( .-ides. The work was effected weather was extremely boisterous, there must be a regular removal -

on the s .vth io where Htnthly' or. a most valuable commercrwith by .-.xcavating, in the whole, a- and the days very short ; there being or a vacancy must be occa

trail intersects the Apalachicola Arabia and India ; and vas hue twenty one miles of canal, I only nine hours daylight. The sionedby death or by resignation,
river thence down the channel oft ana thus ship drew as much water as the before another
II. unquestionably a great source of obtaining a navigable person can be appointed _
.. said river, including: Cape St.Binss the prosperity of Egypt, under line of seventy miles The breadth ch-pih of the canal ; and the want to fill the office ; but
; and Islands of said Bay, to- the princes of that holism. it oft the canal is fifty fret, its depth of posts (Dolphins,) at the different where the tenure is at the will and

gethervitth the Isands: along 'th C went to ruins, whh every thing twenty, and it is navigable for frigaUs turnings, made it extremely pleasure, me appoinrment of ano

\. :jV ':in ; t'uence a direct course to vise in Egypt, on the decline of of thirty two guns. There i difficult to steer a ship of such ther to the same utlice is a sufficient

the head of St, Rosa's Island ; Hie Roman Empire ; but its route are wenty-three locks on the line, : great length. But the most seri determination of the will
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thence bounded} by the north L is said, in some parts, to be still ei ht of which form OEC continuous i ous difficulty was the want of a I and pleasure, and no distinct act
wardly linr of Walton county to visible. series, at the Southwestern" path for horses ; and the road at of removal is necessary. In the

th" begiMiiig: ; to be culled Washington '!\:c abortive; attempts so oftrn ext 'mity of the canal, and are 'II the side of the canal being cover iwo first tenures, the removal

Cnun '. wade to divide the isthmus of Corinth 1.1' u by the name of Neptune's ed by ground newly thrown up, must be for s&m- good and sufficient
5. And. be it further enacted, i Slat s. I could no support the weight of 1 bat
by a navigable canal is another I cause: of this the removing
That the act entitled( *'An Act illustration of the fallacy 1: the construction of this canal the horses", so that they sunk in power is the judg.*, although
the mire
defining the boundaries of Escam .if all hopes founded on extremevicinity numerous and formidable v the Judiciary roW] deem the Cause
bia, Walton and Jicksnn Counties of the seas to be united. star e& were encounteredowing bo "I am authorized to state, thatin insufficient, it cannot interfere,

passed tic twenty ninth of De- Flom the height of ground of the{ the lecessity of deepening the the course of a few months, unless the act be considered as

ceiher Eighteen hundred and isthmus and the want of water, laktls, winch formed a part of the every obstacle will be removed. impairing the obligation of contracts -

twenty fou%. sv "rhy'ptaled.: it would probably be impossibleto Hne,1! and in consequence, also, of Posts will be placed at short distances Another mode of removing

Passed Uect'fTlbF.t' 9th 1825. effect the communication the impetuous character of some along the whole canal, to is by the repeal of the law un

.. :: .Ipprovetl-t December- -9th-1825. I through this very narrow strip of of t le strramo, partly depended assist in steering, and for making der which the office is created ;
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: on as f:edcrs. The whole was ac- vessels fast when necessary ; and but: according to the most -
'111S( L.l.A'Y. land.On ap
': e-: ..c-:= '_i. -. the other hand, in consequence comphsned in nineteen: years from I the horse path will be put in proper proved doctrine, both in Great
: _. From 'Atr"u:<&?/ar }Itt/i.gtllcer. of a favorable coufitjura- the first survey, by Parliamentary I' order, so as to give every facility Britain and in the United States,

The *'ioilua Canal. I 'ion of the soil and abundance of grants, at an expense of about four for the thorough accom it is not sufficient to repeal the

"Wv proca ;ly could not more watt'r.ve behold, in China, the mill ono of dollars. It was open; plishment of the object in view.*' law creating the office, in order

oblige the majority of our readers, astonishing spectacle of a canal edoithe 23d of October, 1822, "Since the above was written, to remove the Incumbent the of

at this moment, than !by presenting extending from Canton to Pekin, ,when a steamboat! and two slumps several large vessels have comethrough l fice itself must be abolished, for

to them the following letter a distance of more than 800 miles, of war passed from the locks at the Canal : some wjthoutthe the acceptance of the Commission -

from Mr. Everett, Representative with a breadth of fifty and a depthof Mui ton, near Inverness, to Fort assistance of horses. An En constitutes a contract between -

e*"'in Congress from Massachusetts, nine -feet, and, vast as it is, Vii iam. The p&s&a6e from seato glish frigate made the passage the officer and the Government -

to the Delegate in Congress from forming but a small part of the sea, a distance of sixty-nine from the Helder, in .thirty four the tenure of which cannotbe

} ,.,flda. The buSject is peculiarly inland navigation of that empire.So miltl' was effected an thirteen )hours." varied so long us the office exists -

Interestingnut only to the mercantile too, _we behold the Caspianand l s including the time requisite It would be a waste of time for although the .duties may be

community, but to all who the Neva united, in the Russian t'or clearing twenty-two locks.Du me to enlarge on those circumstances modified, circumscribed or enter R

take an ir.1.el'esin the close con- empire, by the grand chainof pin, vol. ii, 217. : which point out the ed. Another principle also may
proposed
Ttexion and free intercourse of one their Lakes and Canals ; where, The' canal from the Helder toAms'erdam route of the canal across the be considered as well settled, that,

part of this country with the other. however, the resort which has is a workof which the Floridian peninsula, as peculiarly where the law has fixed the ten-

The nbj-cr' is ne in which been had to the channels of the poss bility would hardly have been adapted for such an enterPnizle e. ure, it cannot be varied by any .

the inter st of all :he States and rivers and lakes, in some parts: of conc ived, by any other Peo p I The whole Atlantic coast, and the expressions in tj t Commission au-

N Trrritories it the Union may be the route, to the exclusion of arti- than that by whom it has been hole Western country seem equally thorising the omcer to exercise

sa'U to be identical. The letter ficial works, has rendered portionsof achieved t and who unite, in qual interested in it. Its feasibility the duties of the office, the Commission

was pluced by Mr. White, in the the line almost useless in dry degrees, the qualities of patienceand must, of course, be ascertained being nothing more than
han-s of the Committee of the seasons.I enterprise. No inconsiderable by accurate survey. As evidence of the appointment.

Seriate ; and we are permitted to have already alluded to the portion, of the route of this far as the maps can bet relied on, The Commission of Mr. Mooring
resrtl' it to the pubi canal uniting Goueriburg with canal lies
over
a tract as low or the the
country interposed between the beiog latest in of date
point ,
s; Jlashmgton, Jun .i;'U 14, 1826. he lake Wener, and forming part lower than the level of the neighboring l St. Johns and Vacassa Bay, is is prima f aria entitled to a prefer-
HunJost.pu M WHITE, of an' inland communication oe seas and it is '
; through a highly favorable
to the work. Of once, because it is to be
DI'.,r Sir-When you yesterdayexuresstd tweed the Sound and the Gulf of region like this, that patience and this however that presumed
no one is better a- the Department of the
the wish that 1 would Bothnia. What :Ire actual state enterprise have
carried
a canal ble
I to speak than yourself. Permit Government making the appointment -
fu, ntsh you with any facts in mypossession of this enterprise-for so many near fifty miles in length, navigable me, dear sari to express the has acted correctly. If it
x on the subject of Canals ages pursued in..Sweden-may be, for vessels of war. that be
hope, we may, before many an appointment at will and
"f a nature to throw any light I am uninformed. Parts of the The object of this canal
was to years have elapsed, behold in the pleasure, the Commission is
:, on the projected junction of the line havelong been, at vast expense enable vessels of burthen to come Florida canal the most importantlink i/iso facto, a revocation of the old.
xvaters of the Gulf of Mexico with but with corresponding utility up to Amsterdam, and Lilt
j thereby to in that grand chain of communication be during good behaviour,
thus ol. the Atlantic, did not to the country, completed, I avoid the delay and for
expense vthich was projected or a determinate period, it is
oPiit to caution you against ex- reversed, and navigated by avery I of carrying on the foreign be ,
I commerce by Mr. Madison in 1796, in aNational to presumed that a vacancy
prcting from me any thing but a busy inland trade. Portions' cf that city !by means of road extending from Wis-: has occurred, by resignation, by-
few fact of a general nature. of the w rks'between the Wener trana '
very -shipmegt and lighters Very death
casset to Savannah ; and, indium or -by removal), where the
On looking for a few notes wnich Lake and Gottenburg are the ad. interesting and
scitntific
state ed by Mr. G alia tin, during the administration law authorises the removal ; but
1 had formerly made on he sub- miration_ of every traveller. mcnts were published about
in
a' of )lr. Jefferson, in a the tenure for life or for a fixed
1 I to find that I have A canal.has been for some time since I
ct
jt am sorry year beleive, by Loammi series of canals coextensive with period, the Commission not '
left them at home ; and that what completed, in the neighboring Baldwin, Eq. in one of the news:I the Atlantic coast of the United conclusive and the'enfJ.uiry may

I have to otTer you, is still le 8ikeJrl region, to unite the German- papers of Boston. I had suppaI I States. The subsequent access- be made, whether a vacancy has

IA than 1 was sensible it tin ccan with the Baltic, by means sed that the remarks of this AC-j sion of Florida has not only pre- occurred, .


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The first question, therefore, to be1]| tncnt and not by the executive ; but how 1 B. H. G.Hartfield of Red Ri-i ? "

d'sciissed' is, by what tenure the Com-J 1[ is this removal to take 'place, is it by 'ap.H'yer \Vehavetbeboflor to be, .very An exc edlnglygood ftra(Uce.- .
Loftin held the office of Sheriff Arkansas, and Asa Hartfield,I obedient '
n-alnant pointing and commissioning another person respectfully, your servants The Virginia Free Pressremark : .-
of Jackson County ?-if at the: ;)rill and j i ? the Legislative Council have no hi* cousin, of Leaf River, Mississippi ing on the spirit improvement ,

pleasure of the Governor, the simple actof power to appoint or commission this be. left the Aulaonahawi fifty.tl JOHN L. KING ) I in the that

the Governor, in commissioning1 a- j longs to the executive department; they miles above Darien Georgia, in a II. SINGLETON, .J. Committee. present age, says' prin

jio'lier person, as but one officer: is allowed must confine themselves! to the single small skiff; 15 feet and 4 JOHN M, GAYLE, 3 ters,who hive bat recently been

b\' law"t is a (determination his will as act of removal, the vacancy must be filled long I accustomed to receive a slice of
'CHARLES Dl: BRODIE
,
to ti!;V frst: commission, being an act entirely by the Governor. The constructive removal feet wide, built by themselves ; Esq. cake, as a fee for publishing marriages II

contrary to and at variance with the offered on this occasion is the act of with the intention of returning A aval Contractor U. & j\avy are now complimented "ttLNIEKED.

other and the maxim of law applied to : the Governor, by and with the advice of their homes by the route of the ,
Acts by analogy be the HER BERTS vi LLE Feb. 2 1826. with an entire loaf.OBITUARY.
,
Legislative may appiitd Legislative Council ; an executive (proposed canal across the Peninsula -
to this, trffes posterioret, piorc:abf' act merely and not an act of the legisla- of Florida. Gentlemen :-I have The honor ----

gkllt.T" live department. Some effort of mind .
to
acknowledge the of
o commissions are offered by Mr. is necessary to comprehend this distinc- ',The following is the relation, receipt DIED.-In Providence It. I., on the

Loftin ; the one dated the 5th of July tionfrom the circumstance of the different given by these enterprising .!ttravellqrs your favor of the 1st. inst. expressive 25th January last, CHARLOTTS EUCASO&

3S23, and the other the SOth December powers being lodged in the same individual ; (o a gentleman in.iCjty of .regret that jhe shortnessof h'GIUI1.ur. aged 10 years, daughter of

1824. It is contended by his Counsel ), or rather from their acting at one who; has politely furnisher!, ,it to time" would not allow me to Jeremiah Ingraham of this place. This
child
that notwithstanding the expressions, moment in one capacity and at the next participate in mingling with once interesting formerly icsided
us. my in this city, where.she attracted the attention
j -
urinJ; the will and pleasure of ihe moment in a different one. It is very much
Governor for the time being": it must be I clear, however that the power of removal :: Messrs HartfieId came the in respected and numerous o1 thr writer '1.l many ot'er.hy'

considered an office during good behaviour ) is not given to the-Governor in his executive land passage from Darien to the friends of the Navy Yard, Gosport. hex remarkable precosity intellect.The '

or for life, because the law, underwhicli capacity, and it is equally so that, St. Mary's and thence to the Your letter presents to me new !r :fits I and Invuh:its ut ciululiuoa nd no ",

the appointment was made, is silent that which is contended to be an act of South; end of Amelia Island or proofs of the many kind andent'rous cUuns on her atte ntion. It was directed
the Hut in the i removal! wit the ( to the useful in preference to the amusing -
as to tenure. opinion to : appointment of Nassau River feelings of friendship
0 of the Court, the silence of the law in Mooring, is an act of the Governor in they then proceeded extended towards pursuits; while her demeanor was
along: the coast and entered the me, which will matronly far above her years, her disposition
relation: to the tenure of the office:, enables his executive capacity. Plac-nr nut of
lie long cherished, with the mild and amiable.It .
the Governor to fix the tenure by view the principle contended to by com : river St. John's, which they ascended most was

liii commission, for there is here nothing plainant's Counsel, that tins IN u'case to Black Creek, ten miles lively feelings of g'-atitude. is seldom, that children of such ear

\uriar.t from pr in contradiction to the here the law should be construed favorably below Picolala-they! proceeded May my future exertions be ly indeed maturity are spared for a long life-

Law. The case is si milar to the appointment to the complainant, this i is conceived : such they seem: to pass over ordinary
I I up this creek twenty six miles, as to merit a continuance of : infancy and ent*'r at once into rational
of a District: Attorney or Marshal by the court to be a strict instruction .
for this Territorj' by the President of the I of the law, according to its letter. to a settlement called the Marquis he liberal sentiments entertained existence -( ommuiiicaterf

United States, no period being appoint- I Some allusion has been made to a law dr urdizere's, mill to which the of'me.. I

<*d by law fur the duration of these omen -. of last session of the Council ; in the opinion -I tide flows. They then hauled Permit me, Gentlemen in taking '
I
it was competent for the President of the Court, this law has no bearing j i I, their little boat over land to San- leave of you, to present my ll\1
'to atlix the tenure. What construction
on the subject it goes no further ,i j: tafiV creek or river, a distance of 1 b-.st wishes :or your health and
\\ould be it the commission well!!
given as :
than to make alteration the boundaries 1
an in I
upwards
i of thirty miles (but toe prosperity.
as! the lawH"re silent on the subject, of the county, but repealno fo'- } Iww

I it i is ret wee-wiry! for the-court to de- mer law, creating or modifying the office .;: believe it !less in a straight line.) I have the honor to be, withconsiderations -- ) sl'urt "k

,t cilenorthe i fleet of the acceptance of a' of sheriff.} The case supposed, of the !I The tSantaflfe empties into the Su- of the highest respect '
-rel\SaeO\\\\
subsequent commission! by Mr. Lofl'.n; of hunts wannee about miles from \\. : 4j
Sheriff'residing: out tiie new i seventy and estfem. ,
bc'tig: at i.ficlthat the first gaTe him an could not deprive h in of. his Office, even j its mouth: and in descending it, -- :
oil.cc much at the vull and of CHARLES BRODIE. I
pleasure
if the law required him to reside in the I
the Goveriior.Tiif they were obstructed by a natural Messrs. JOHN L. Kixo 1
County, which is not the case, but it :
second Commission is made in would at most be a ground for removal. bridge, over which they carried Jou:> M UATLE. C Committee .

pursuance of an act of the Lgi.>lati\e if he did nut after the passage of the I their\ boat three miles Centering H. SINGLET03. J p

Council appiorcd 29th December 1824 law, resale within those new limits. the &u\vannee they descendedthat v tUttt 1 ,JJ333,) If 28
ami contains the "for d
(expressions ai From what has fallen from the Counsel river to its mouth, without New I
the ci the 'for We fiud in the
during pleasure:: Governor Philadelphia I
the Court is impressed with a belief, that '
the time ))('iPg or ui.til the .>Utli day of finding J any settlements; proceededal. Gazette, the following extract.
there was no intention, either on the
part I
.
lkc 11't1l lt:>*6 ;" bu., according to'the .. ng the coast: passiug the Ap It.this information '
be Mobile.'I
of the Executive or of the Legislative i correct, the I
12th section of the act rtfeired to, the I pdluchicola and S Joseph's Bays
Council, to removeIr Loftin, but that ; doubis which have been expressedas
She'nils are to hold! their Offices "for
: tIle)' acted under a mistake or misrepre- i and entered, St. Rosa bound at the to the future welfaie of Russ inconsequence
the pentad of two yt-a.fc", subject: to !be ,
ren-o\idb\ doxcvnor ami Legisla- sentation for appears that he t.ai been :I East Pass% from whence they pro- of tne cruel disposition zas
appointed to an office of higher dignity .
ceecird .. :
the tVui'cil ('1' :I u aoi ttherct.f.' : ilieliii'ating to this pla\ e. and narrow views of (! .
though less lucrative, which he declinesaccepting !. ;jonstanline t
v ouls\ of the Commission thus In of bad weather &
are consequc-ncr
is that it. will be
The presumption turn out to pre- t
direct; ;.t \auaitce with the words of the obtaining accurate -
was btipposcd, from the circumstance of necessity mature :
tile lav' ..I.d. until the! law be I
repealed.it '
his residing out of the county as newl!) : information, they wee sixty SIXtla's son, _
1:0-: bt'ti.n1 rpon} the LOlCfnOr as well as Extract of a letter to .
defined, that he could not conveniently I a gentleman .. j
in pcifurmmq tae -
;;; voyage; ,
ti.L\t-;> i.tlu-r officer ; it is not in his I '
I jfurii ii tar h a different tenure from place himself in a situation to continue nol more: than one half of whichwas in this ciy. NOTICE. 1
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the discharge of his duties and that the0111cc
ti..a !.ed in the law and the Hamburgh, Dec. 15, 1825.-The > is
exprt-: Com- would be vacated as a matter of occupied in ;riveliing.Mtsrrs ;|?j T my intention immediately to in. I .

11'&s/iOi nii-st: therefore either be considcuit course. It is not to be presumed that :II. represent the land frnperur ,Alexander has died sud- 6-a stitute a suit, in the Superior Court '!

\uul or the unauthorized expression denly at frontiers ot the Western ustrict Florida, to beheld -i
a faithful officer, against whom .here does over which tney travelled to be Tanguruck, on the
rejected, which latter course, in the at Pensacola on the first of
o-
Monday
not appear to be a complaint, and who of little elevaiioR, t'ie soil sandy, of his empire this account
of the Court is the
ph'.on proper one. May next,on a certain mortgage bearing
lias uitiformlv! his office in the ,
kept has reached
verycentre litre.
Jftl, r words ot 'he act can be construed of the population should be sapcrceded mixed, with \egeiable: mould and : per exprtss, by date the 28th da) January 1824, given

us electing an office at the will and pleasure without even the formality of a covered with Pine and Palmettotrees. the way of Berlin f 'om Warsaw, by Vte. Sebastian Pintado, by his \ttU1"i i

it is at the u'ill and pleasure of the remuval-the character of the Governorand I : without any further details, except nt')' in tact John de la Hua,to Henry Micnritt t

(,.I'I't"'llor und lil'J is'atire Council and ot the individuals who compose the UiatConslaniine had departed for securing the payment of two 4 4

rot ot the Cotvnior Hut, in the opiniontt sucha from thousand dollars principal, with the :interest i
Council forbid the conclusion that that place immediately
has
the Court the law l'h9 Savutinuh Georgian bound *
creates office t for removal was illt lItlctl. The Court is, of due thereon : the property by ;
the j
a iieterminale period of two years,*" occupied nearly a page in discus- on receipt news. said: Mortgage is, one tract of land on the
therefore, of opinion, that as no vacanc}
subject to remoai for cause, either theinability ill the Office of bh rttr of tins county iua s ng the advantages of the Bar Constantine has been excluded Escan.biu Uiver containing 2281$ arpens 1

of the officer to perform his dutyor I (,occurred the act(it the Kxeculive couldnot and Harbor of Savannah, in comparison from in-' throne, by a ukase of A --one tract on the Escun.bia hiver containing -

for his misconduct in office ; not thatit confer the: otiice on Mr. Mooring and w.th; those of the o'her Southern I, xander, because he married; a 5uOO arpens-one tract on the :r.lJ.1y
i is necessary this causa be shwn, for ot Prnsacola containing 2180 arpensone -r
t:) William M. Loltin is til1 the :ur1fr Polish ,
Countess and his -
this! Court cannot review the acts of the of Jackson Ports, tor a Naval Depot, and brother -- lot on the Public square opposite .

Governor or of the Legislative Council County. in speaking of the Bar of Pensa- Nicholas aj pointed as successor the Seville Square, also the Lots: ) n the ;

above,done within their proper sphere. ------ -- cola says Ie certain it is that the to the throne.-This is published Public square numbered 11, 14, 13, 15, ilo i ,i

:But it is nccLS&un that! an act of removal "\: t'1 ..;.." .'. /.(.;t \. '-'', John feet in the Court Almanack for 1826 and 18. j
f-lnmUl 1 have :actual! takenlacein orderto .dll.. .'. \...".", "...,- ...:J ao6.bATL 11". 3 Adamsdrawmg only 17 :
) ; John Lee Williams
grounded in going out". Please for the first time. I
create a\"a.t1c: the w 01 ds,subject to re- 11.\, MAUC1I41U, 18Ji.( .
ruii-alt in the opnuon of the Court, are 1 -- ,. -_ _.. ,.. __ ----"". to tell;, us how she got in ? nerhaps Ait'iifor Mortgagee.

not meant. to limit the duration cf the Irerit6. nuns _/icur. the good people of Pensacola so The -Paris Courier Francis Pensacola 28th Feb 1826-1-2am4m. S .1

Con.niibS'on: hut to give power to remove "- -- stufiVd, her, thai she. was in the calculates) that the reign of Con- NOTICE J
.
This the first number 01 the third
being
within Council the tv o bliall>years)) ,think provided the Legislative to do- I volume of this i'aper, aflords an opportunity situation, :, of the motive, in the meal) stan'ine will be a benefit to Eu- N" LL persons are hereby Notified that I'i
proper % '
s>o. If, instead ()those expressions, the to our friends, who are not jet a- cnest: But to be serious-it is rope. The secondary Stales ol .i *) 1 win apply at the next term of v i

voids Iiu'l been unless sooner removed bytf I riio'ng our patron sto commence at Ii con- now too late for 'hissuojt-c' to require Germany will be able to breath ; the Superior Court for the Western District ..1-1


tli1: .CIt) the expressions wculd limit I n.ail route through our Territory has increased water on our Bar is so well is now conhned to her own Mcnuay oi May next, for partition ot two S
the ili.ratioof: the tenure and the limi- the numoer of our subscribers tracts of Lanu i 'mb near.be City ol I'en- t

t2tiun t.fthe term of i ll.ce would seem though not so much as we had been known,tha1 another word roncerning resources ; she can no longer sacola, one including Galvez spring and t ;'

10 be merely iilciuUd to restrict the tau!;:!t tu c\pect. We tiust that our present it is unnecessary. make Russia second her views ; the other including; the large house erect- 'S *

(iournor from making appointment) patrons will use their endeavors to she cannot arm against the Con- ed by Col. \Vii*. King, each cuntaining '

fi.r a lonjier; per.od. \\ e find tliis! e\- atVist us, uot.i by inducing their neighbors It is vith much gratificaion: that we tinent the influence she had acquired 800 arpens. Which said tracts of land are '
to subscribe and by forwarding us owned by me in tee, sin'pie, as tenant in -
Cu.! l.iii din the power given by the: act welcome to our City Mr. CHARLES D over Alexander.The II'
I the amounts ducMrom each of them respectively common with the heirs and representatives :
ot tin :! to appoint the Governor and HHODIE, :,the subject of the following .
J-et-ictai gress) (it tl1(' '1 errltc't, the first for :I : without a more particular dun. which: u'e copy tromthe Norfolk Herald. London Morning Post, says: ol said King deceased. 0 { I .

the term of three and the'latter for four I lie has settled among us with his family! that i nformation has been recrived Arthur P. Hayne I

}t- .1*, J.;thto sooner reiuort'J bJ the President -: In announcing the commencement of anj we doubt not, needs only to be which haves no doubt of ihe by his jittbrucy. I L

: Lilt M.II i-: -ii g tor a nr.llteJlt. that I the third volume of the Pensacola Gazette known, to be esteemed: as he has been a- fact that the Emperor Alexanderwas Feby'y 28th 182618w. -.

tile oibce is held during will and pleasure! we conceive it necessary to make mong his, former fellow citizens. -: -.

MUIM \\lit and pleasure is it ht'id- I, but few lemaiks.-"1 o those who have .I We feel! 1 much pleasure in stating strangled.I I FOR NEW YORK, 1 \ J

it i-I I t hrld ai the will and pleasure' of supported the establishment, we tender Master rI
that Mr. Charles D. Brodie, I 11HE good Brig-Warren, Hood,
offices of Governor thanks and assure them From .nr.ricoThr New-York L..
the! wannest
tjt! L',1'01", as our
I all her o engaged .
aiiti :-..I..h't..1a::.' at the will of the Pre- that tie approbation of good men is, to of the Gosport Navy Yard, has Mercantile Advertiser has receiv- a having: ntarl} car :
will have
sucnt.: :-lIt ot the (;Clt.'eI1l0r and Legislu11 us, the most satisfactory evidence that. been appointed Naval Constructorfor ed a fi le Mexican to thel5ihian'ry. It a quick despatch t I

inctl or a mtijortty thereof. Have our course has been corl'l"ctto those ,I the, Pfii3cola station. Mr. B brought papers Mtk Fur Freight ofColtou 1
the Lion.
l la their will ? it must whom an honest difference; of Opinionhas by J S .
the :cr expiessed has proved by many distinguished This vessel le ft Vera Cruz the !.\)\) l\u.\e8 t
from us, wewould on
hebtii.ein u.ind, that the Legislative prevented patronising
evidences of his that he is
louiic-! acts in two distinct capacities, express; our regret that the difference genius, 17th Jaii'ry. when it was said a or passage apply to the Master: or ;
inappoint. adu that, however entitled to rank with the first of his Stone and Nisbet.
lust 45 die advisers cf the Governor exists,ana great rendezvous was established at I

.i..ents to offices, and secondly tlui regret mav be, we cannot sacrifice profession in Mie science of uavaiarchitecture Campeachy, and several vessels N. n. The Warren will return to Mo- .

:It: a Legislative body in conjunction with principle evtn'to our own interest :-to ; and! wh 1e-we consider had been chartered 'o bile, anti stop at Pensacola, should sufficient .-

Ue: Lt;' l'rlor.: All appointments unmade those train whom a doubt of their political his promotion as the legitimate carry troopsto freight dfer.Pensacola. \
the hostility and. induces that place, destined for the expedition '
bv the Got el nor, band with infallibdit excites reward of merit; it is due. March 4.1826 -tf.

auv ice of the Council, but, in this case malicious persecution we say, your against Cu ba. .
of
the ict is, in a legal point of view, con- names would be a dijjrace to our suuicrip- to the administration the Navy .G neral Wilkinson died in the Warehouse at St. Marks.

suimd the act (//t the Governor, as muchbO lion list and we wish you 110 worse punishment Department!, to instance it as a subscriber erected
has
of near
latter Jecember His funeral lately
xlone the advici thin to digest:: the venom of ni'oofofits i devotion to the part ? THE
as it tlie act were D) u .. AI_ A high took in landing at St. Marks, a commodious ,
connection with -aoa we assure an, UI.&l place the city of
:
ot d.vuluals our
: liavi.jft no spleen" trust cunfidedvto its supervision. I and secure WAREhOUSE, where
is lie same we shall hereafter Mexico the 1st of .
our course & on January.The
Leg.nUtive :od past "
) estimation in which he is prepared to receive goods, either
section of the Oigainciaw '- '-we w support 4ionest!: and Thf high .
Acccrunig; to the oth (AH sue paper of thr latest date on Storage or Commission. .. .' '
ufMirch 1823 to the; best ot our a- Mr. Brodie was held by his associates -
: passed tne 3rd correct: (pr.nuples states, that a courier arrived at '%Tm.
Ihe legislativepower ot the Ternloiy is bt.ities; lontident that, wmle we do so, ill the Gf} port Navy Yard, Wright.
thirteen w'dl support us. Guadalec. *Oth, 18:25.: -47-tfc
Mated>> in the Governor-unit periuiik they they will be seen by the following testimonial from 'with Informa- ,- .
Tepec
Council 6ic,,.and to be by called the 2nd the bect.ua Legis'ative ot' the .. of ltwlr regard for his.per. tion that an English, vessel had :]S otice is Hcreby Given,

Authorised toj.po The length of the articles which sonal and professional worth : arrived at the next Term of the lIon.
tun.cact.the; LOH II\Or is just at Mazatlan, and THAT
:' ,'a and con.ndsbion &c, by and with this sheet contains, prevents our NAVY YARD GOSPOUT.February > brought news of the surrender, by County'Court, I will present the
and vouchers and for final '
ti lIe a\.\ice ot tl-c Legislative Council. It : giving to our readers that varlet) Uf, 1826. J capitulation, of the fortress of accounts settlement of the Estate apply of Isaac a '
h CI that the acts of the Governor in wish
.lr : always to lay Ut'I
which we I Callao, having herself direct Levis, deceased.
his Executive capacitv, although done by however SIR :-In behalf of the Mechanic come SS
think I
the) advice and consent of the Legu lativ'eCuuncil ore them-we : and others of this Yardper- from that port. It is not improbable S Sebastian Barrios,

: are not the Acts of the; Legislative -: that hwy wilt not regret it, when mii us to express our keen regret from the date and source, Administrator. '

Couiitil, ni.d it is equally! clear, that : they advert to their character. It is able to testifythe that this intelligence is correct. i Pensacola. Feb-25th 1826526c.S '
not being .
at ...
the and Council, act. to our
acisol i Goven.or .fthe utmost importance .
Mazatlan is lat. 23 north
injj ..rfsuli-gslA! both, ate not the acts Citisitns that the Laws both of the respect we entertain. for youb a port in NOTICE.' .

ol the Executive.Ve must therefore )' a dinner, the time being too and Tepee and Guadalaxara are OTpHE Subscriber has-been duly ap.

lOOK tii the expressions of tne_ law,.. wjienve U. S. and_ol_ the_' IegitoryishOuklbt short for its preparation. But at on the I direct' road from. thence to me as
ruuuc
\\Ish to tibccriain: by which ot these :. spread belore the same time allow us to say, the city of Mexico. Court of Escambia County, Receiver of .

cear1vueits) an act is required or permitted speedily as possible! we therefore Tax returns in said County and hereby S
the situation now Storm at St.
to be tUme. Ift: had been in- publish them immediately on that, though you PdtrJurgOn I gives notice, that he will commence oa

tei.ucd to give the power of removal to their reception ; and the, other hold, prfn'es0 us how high you the 28th of October,, (says accounts Monday.the 13th March next,to Attend : ....

!the Gowrnor. the law would have given so interesting stand im the confidence of your from St. Petersburg,) "the to the same. S

it to tnni, in.the:-O'l111e'ay that the act of long articles are that we trust country;, it but poorly compensatesus I roofs of ninety public and private Charles Evans, S .

-Congress! ha jiveii a similar power to the I to all our patrons for the loss cf your society asa : buildings, and of six churches, Receiver of Tax Returns. ...
be
if objection v
or intended will not -
l'resdcnt ot the United Stales; their length
and genius as blown off" It i. added that
it week to gentleman, your I were ,
to be restrained in any way, Rext
Wej
ft would have added by and with the advice able. propose what more variety to in artist.. I 1 usince the equinox, great damage Notice, Hereby Given. \ S .

the Governor our paper, though We cannot 41 the County Court I will present the :
e, the given to in the BUck Sea. Three ships'
power .
I occupied by a hope that and, vouchers wd for a
raustuecessaiilybe out expressing apply
and Legislative! Council or a majority stranded of which- '1 I accounts
, thereQf, the very expressions used lo distinguish the arrears of our Congressionaldepartment through all the meanderings: 'of were one perished settlement of the Estate of Seth Fisher;' S
'vith the whole crew. $*- .". '
the Legislative! department. If for which we have on this chequered and nncven life, deceased., S \ ::';
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the ofhcci Be removable pleasure, it much ntterinterCSlig to our health tiappines and prosperity, veil, w'rregreatly' ged. NoahILAlle'i,:.. : ) .
he is removable file falc of unknown \ '. :: _
others
lithe opinioi. of the Court that iwo is 4dwtnr : :" _
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PROPOSALS r A miscellaneous department will be EREStt GOODS SHERIFF'S SALE. Pensacola ,Book Stofci *
: ,
,
of those ,
\ devoted to the entertainment JZscambia County
:J' I Tor publishing, in Nashville, Tennessee, I who are fond of occasional relaxation 1 "B ECB1VED per Brig Amos Palmer County Court, ----; .

t. Weekly Paper, to be entitled he from more severe employment, by the J A from New York, and Harriet from John Lee Williams,! JUST rcceiycd per Brig St. Clair A'.

I perusal of tales, anecdotes, &c. 0 leans, \ adm'rofJ.H.Chap. I fro ,NewYork, and for aaie .
National 1\anne-r, Such is a brief outline of the objects 1 1 flirty eight Cases and Bale Dry Gotds, Ha deceased, >fi.w. fa. above,an additional assortment of Book:
the pub I IWilliam among which are the following
", AND intended to be accomplished by suited the season, comprinng,
: literary, Political & Commercial Gazette. lication here proposed. It is meant to Cambric Prints, King, J / NEW WORKS.
Super the
and
of magazine virtue ot this execution
H .. combine the advantages a Common do. do.. BY nothelan a Romance of the
,
have
For the accomplishment proceedings had in this cause, 1 English Hi*
; DTFEIIE! main of the and a newspaper. French Callicoes, I
: It_ object proposed the publish of the defendant to theSGIAOT tones;
of this design, taken the right
; ; will the : Cambricks, Jackonet, Lawn,
I H-aii publication be, develope- aid and Stanhope's Letters on Greece, in 1823
the
't--: n>ent of the resources, physical and mental I er will rely upon promised of Bombazette, assorted colours, and 1&24,with Documents on the Greek .
L: f of this young but thriving Mid impor. I united efforts talents of several and gentlemen acquirements, Hosier, elegant worked robes, \\0J E Revolution and the life of Mustaph
section of distinguished Lace ball dresses,
tant oar common country.- i Ali,
the editorial skill, expe-
as well as upon & bleached &sheeting
Connected with this its Brown shirting
object,as means I
of the
of the individual Streets Buchanan's Sketches North AD1 .
attainments Intendencia ,
# rience and and
do. .it'ox
do. .
and its results, will be, the diffusion of Superfine
i.- ; with for
\ and know rican Indians, a plan theitnje.
to whom its general superintendence and furniture FranciPasquier
.. intelligence of every description calculated I Plaids, Stripes, Indigo tormeriy occupied by Iteration
principal management will be confided.It &c. &C. of JNoah H Alien, ,
to interest and benefit the community check -shirting1, ticking in the possession
the vindication of our just reputation is surely .time that some exertions 12 boxes boots & shoes,fine & coarse, and shall proceed on Tuesday the 4th Theodoric, a Tale, and other Poems by

the support of our right*, and thr ,were made bv the intelligent and public- j2 trunks Ladies' silk, Mohair, and Mo- day of April next, at 12 o'ciuck, ai theCourthouse Thomas Campbell,
Tennessee to vindicate Oracle
,
citizens of I The Cook's containing
: promotion of our interests, not only as spirited roccosboes, to sell at Public Auction tor Receipts
.. Americans but as citizens of the west. the literary character of the State, 5 crates& 5 hnds-j crockery, china and cash, the right of this defendant to the for Plain Cookery, &c.. &c. Sec.
The paper will be, as its name imports, and to demonstrate the extent of her glass ware, J aforesaid Lots to satisfy this writ and all Biography of the British Stage,being the .,
mental moral, and physical resources.- j. Lives of the principal Actors and Actresses
eminently national. It will have no nar. 4 castes 2 trunks assorted Saddlery cost thereon due.
row views, will be devoted to no party, Nothing; wanting but a concentrationof .0 cases super,tin com'n wool hats W Davison ,
will encourage no prejudices. It will be eflbri. It is hoped, therefore, that the 2 trunks fine cutlery! m. The History of Matthew aid, by the

-.: designed at once for the gratification and importance of the object wilt furnish a 2 cases 2 trunks ready made clothing, Sh'ff.Xs. Cy.Sheriff's author Valerius &c. .

F. improvement of the scholar, the lover of sufficient stimulus, ana that Tennessee the hum- 5 pipes old Cog. Brandy, Office, Hallam's View of Europe, during tt.e
with
science, the professional man, the farmer, will no longer be conle.it has hitherto 1 L pipe one 4 pipe old Madeira wine, Pensacola, Dec. 5, 1825.-41-1amts. Middle Ages, I
the merchant, the mechanic, the friend ble obscurity to which she is 100( sacks ground salt The Spanish Daughter
: of religion the freemason, the: philan. been destined. Such a publication as 4 tons iron assorted sizes, The Human Heart,
: thropist, the statesman, the politician, now intended, is an important desidciatum 4 bundles steel, l.8ia aiimtnt. The.Highlanders, a Tale
, { the newsmonger and the light reader.- and if conducted with zeal, may no p casks hoes, Scenes in Europe, Scenes injAmerica
Every effortwill be made to furnish some- doubt furnish facilities for the increase as 113 qr. chests fresh tea, assorted, Claiborne Mail. The Blank Hook ofa small Colleger,

thing. at once nourishing and palatable well as the display of our literary Attain i iments. 2 boxes mustard, cUE, on Thursday at 3 P. M. Living Plays, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8tb, 9tb
for these various tastes. The proposal is therefore rC'1 1 box Cayenne pepper Closes on Friday at 10 A. M. and 10th volumes,

A liberal portion outs columns will be bpectfully offered to the public, with theutmost -. 5 hhds Orleans sugar, new crop, 'Tallahassee Mail.Due .

; occupied by original articles on: literature contidence. .of_ adequate encouragement 20 bbls. fresh flour, on Sunday at 3 P. M. TOGETHER WITH

and science, ana the number, talents and support 20 bags Havana green coffee. Closes on Sunday 6 P. M. Paley's Works complete, in 5 vols,
a ml acquirements of the gentlemen 'J'crms. I ALSO IN STORE, Robert Mitchell. Rollins Ancient History, 8 vols.
who are pledged to contribute, are 7e ps. Kentucky bagging I Plutarch' Lives, 8 vols. .
a sufficient guaranty for the respectability TilE NATIONAL BANSER is printed on a 4J5 ps. Scotch do. Post Master Josephus's Works, 6 ,'ol!.
and value of those articles. The most large Superroyal sheet, with a small neat 12 ps.Tow do. -Pensacola;Dc. 31st,1825-:3t.-_ Hamilton on Purgatives,

interesting new works, which from time type, entirely new, and procured expressly 7t> coils bale rope, \1 nit \\--States Hotel- Armstrong on Typhus Fever, %
to time may issue from the press, both in I for the purpose. It is published 250 pounds bailing twine, Miner and Tully on }Fevers '
this country and Europe, will be noticed by JOHN S. SIMPSON, at three dollars a 2 tons assorted castings, MOBILE. Orfila's Practical 1 Chemistry, by Cose,
and criticised. The situation and progress year, payable in advance, or tour dollarsat 15 boxes old claret, Powel on Contracts,
of our own literary institutions willS the end of the year. Advertisementswill 4 boxes old port, It HE undersigned respectfully informs Morse's New Gazetteer,
be strictly attended to, and frequently be inserted on the usual terms. 3J) bbls. whiskey, 1 his fnenas and the public, Walker's Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket,
pointed out. The diffusion of learning, \t/:* The first number of the HA-: ZI i'9 10 Wood's patent ploughs, I I hat his house is again opened Milton's Works, 2 vols. gilt,
by common schools, academies, and colleges received and may be seen at this oflicc ; 20 kegs ground paint:, assorted colours, :: :: :: for their accommodation. Thompson's Seasons, 1 vol. gilt,
; established and patronised among where subscriptions lllJe thankfully received. 7Fgs tar, .. ::1..: His bar room, dining room ami Beauties of Shakespeare, do.
ourselves, will be especially regarded and .-Jt>/. Pen. Gazette.NOTICE.. \ Sides scat leather, bed chambers, having recently! ) Campbell's Poems, do.
most zealously! encouraged. Scientific Sides'upper do. undergone considerable repairs and'nrnV Hervey's Meditations, do.
rchcarches into the geology and natural : I Calves'Skins, provements, he trusts they will be found Pilgrims' Progress, do.

history of the western country, will claim Administration ti.. 8 I bbls loaf and lump sugar, comfortable and convenient. He has Pope's Works, 2 vols. do.
e
of on
ETTERS
particular attention, while its topography El of Col.-John Miller,deceased, 06 baskets sweet oil, been particularly careful to have good Lights & Shadows of Scottish Life, do.
L und statistics will be occasionally noti ed. estate!: 21 beds all of which are and
, the subscriber. b boxes asserted window glass,1 : now new clean. ALSO
granted } ,
been
livery thing likewise connected with its having "* Es- 45 1 kegs cut ails: His bar and table shall be as well sup
first settlements, rapid growth and the County Court for the County o 1 The Sorrows of Werter, Vocal Standard.:
r, present demands qr. casks Madeira, Tenerifle and Malaga plied as the market will enable him. His
condition will be cambia ; all persons: having ;1- Life of Franklin, Paul and Virginia
carefully soughtafter w'u c, for sale by stables are large and convenient and will ;
and fully detailed. gainst said estate are requested and those to presentthe indebted Stone & Nisbet. be found well stoied and well served. William Tell, Gulliver's Travels, &c. Etc.
will be furnished of the same immediately, WHICH,
Reports pro- I One of his stables has a ground floor for
p ceeiiings: of our highest courts of law, are desired to make payment toW. December lOtli: 1825. -, the use of race horses. Having experienced together with the stock heretofore on

and of important legal decisions; and Hasell Hunt, i N\yrlCE. and active servants, and being himself hand, composes a very extensive and general

: communications on medical subjects, Administrator.Pensacola rl devoted to his business, he hopes to assortment of books, and will be
with accounts ofextraordinary cases and Jan. 27,1826-48-8w. LL perso-is indebted to the estateof give contentment tol such as may favor sold at the New-York prices for 'cash.-
their modes of treatment, will he given. James B. Starr deceased, are him with their company. Families may Country Merchants and public or private
The man of business will find, unUer GORDON hereby requested to make immediate be accommodated with private Libraries furnished on the most liberal
A. rooms.
, our BAcNER, much that may be useful! payment; ; and those having demands are terms, and such books as are ordered and
and interesting to him. No pains will be Attorney & Counsellor Law. requested to present them at my office, W. Roberts. are not on hand, will be procured with as

spared to procure the earliest, most minute r!yAS resumed the practice,of Ins profession dul f proven, for adjustment.Wm. (Ej'The:: Cahawba papers,Journal, Mont little delay as possible. Orders from a
and accurate intelligence ofthe state L in the several Courts of West Davison, gomery, Tuscaloosa Mirror, Louisiana distance will be as promptly attended to
themarkets both foreign and domestic.A Florida. Any business confided to him, Executor Advertiser, and Gazette, Pensacola, will and meet with the same liberality as a .
correspondence will be opened and will receive his prtynpt and careful atten Peijsacola, Dec. 20th 1825.-43-8w. please insert the above once a week for personal application.
r regularly maintained with New Orleans tion. He may be consulted at his office two monthsand forward their accounts tithe W. Hasell Hunt.

- and the principal eastern cities, specially in Pensacola. 1 \\ iff's 8aZerior \ Commercial Register Office, for pay April 12th, 1825.
for the purpose of procuring an l 27th, 1826. ment.
.. furnishing in detail such intelligence as _ _January-- S / Court, West Florida.Tlios. 44-2m. -r

: may be important to he merchant and Fruit and Ornamental Trees ,_, I Corny_ Ex'r.. of17ios. \_ _
the farmer. The prices cfowr staple (Jouiyns deceased, FOR SALE.
ductions and of the principal articles pro.of I c. I. vs. J fie fa.F17CUIC1 Lost sometime in June last, following very valuable property,

c importation, the extent of the demand, I \WmQ a1il I .JllarhmlionoSt. 1 1tic A., Note of: \ \\\\ \, THE in the City of Pensacola,
the rates exchange, &c. will be given tta .Max-wit. and it?immediate vicinity, belonging to
rnO the of hundred dollars
my 1 vittue nf this execution' I have ta. sum two ,
: with as much promptitude and accuracyas I. Col. John R. Fen wick, is offered for sale *
PROPRIETOR OF TilE J? by William Loftin and Geo.
)ken the title signed
right, and interest of
possible. A portion of the paper will for terms, apply to the subscriber, who is
; be uniformly devoted to the subject a- Lincean Botanic Garden, hisdefendant, to all the remainder of the Cumming, and payable to William B. hisduly constituted agent and attorney
Wills, dated about the sixth seventh of
and the mechanic and FLUSHING, LOjVG.YM/),
... gricuiture manufacturer
will be furnished with accounts, ).I'FEHS to the public, hn very cxtensive "\1 nsolLu\\ July 1824. All personsare hereby fore. House & liot
warned from
is
: ) trading for said notefor it
k ,
as full as can be obtained, of the most : collection of the choicest 'lim
v valuable improvements that may from Tints, the selection of which has been the property of the subscriberN. at present occupied by the

: time to time be made in the productionsof made with the greatest care during more contained in the Cam Blanca tract" of .' H. Mitchell, subscriber, a most pleasantand

the_arts und. in the various species of Lhaii half century, and to which large recent $3( &[ 1Pm SJ Dec. 29th 1825.463t.srvvv11wi.. desirable residence. If not soon sold,
been
machinery. additions have made. will be rentby the yearto an approved
The great efforts that are making for ;i}!' .: fi The assortment ornamental adjoining to this City on the West, and tenant, together with some furniture
v. 4 the diffusion of moral And religious truth '" trees, flowering shrubs and bounded the south by Pensacola Bay, A Lot adjoining the South corner of
and the extension of the blessings of civilization tvfT & plants, is also very extensive.- and shall proceed on Tuesday the 4th of Redding Street, at the upper end of
will be carefully watched and < Also, of Bulbous flowers, which April next, at 12 o'clock, at the CourtHouse ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT TilE the public square.
their results made known. Without entering includes 620 varieties of Tulips, 380 of ,to sell at PUBLIC AUCTION I Pensacola Bookstore
into the dissentions of sectarian Hyacinths, besides a great variety of other for cash, the defendant's right to so much i 2.00. Aliens oi Lanil,
1 -. controversy, or attempting to furnish the species. The green house departmenthas of the aforesaid tract of Land, as will pay Jin Assortment Stationary consisting of
details of missionary nterpnze, a faithful also been greatly extended, and now he sum of two hundred and twelve dollars ITVUILLS, superior quality, more or less, fronting St. Rosa Sound,
Ir f record will be given of the most important -i comprises above 1800 species, among 75 cents debt, and all cost then due Letter Folio and Cap paper, and opposite to the City of Pensacola,
.
'z intelligence, -especting the progress I which arc the most splendid and rare upon this Wafers, Sealing Wax near to the improvements of Judge

.., of nir holy religion in every part of th-, kinds!>>, including 30 kinds of oranges>> writ.'V.. Davison Pug, Cork, Glass and Pocket. Inkstands, Brackenridge ; situations like this are
r' ;, world. lemons and citrons, 28 of the camellia Ued ink Powder, destined to become valuable as residencesfor
',: .ti A corner will be occasionally devoted Japonica Japan rose, 200 of geraniums Sh'JfEs. County.SllerifS Japanned Sand Boxes, Paint Boxes, the summer, as well as for the cultivation -

; to an account of masonic proceedings, sot 45 of heaths! and green and boheatea Office, 0 Red Tape, Indian Rubber, of the Orange, &c.

,. far as they may be deemed interesting to plants, olives, myrtles, cape jasmins. Pensacola, Dec. 1st, 1825..40.lamts.S1iiiX's Lead and Slate Pencils, Crayons, 800: Aliens of Lanll
.: :: :: the craft and worthy publication; and : &c. &c. In the collection are about 10,000 Camel's Hair do. ,
-
) a regular register will furnished of the grape vines of the finest European kinds Sale. Pencil Cases, more or less, about three miles north of
OtflCe'Shrn time to time elected in the for wine and the table, and above 500 varieties Superior Court West Florida. Indelible Ink, Drawing Paper & Pensacola, and known by the name of

several grand lodges and grand chapters of the most beautiful roses, includ. John.& James Innerarity, ) Bonnet Boards, Symnesaa, on which there is a 'comfortable -
throughout the United States. ing 54 kinds of Chinese monthly roses, vs. Cfi., fa. ALSO dwelling and outhouses, and was occupied
,f Nor will political topics and the news and 9 of the Moss rose. Also, 73 varieties Jllittan de fa Carrera j Clothes and Hair Brushes, some time since by Col. Walton-
of the day be overlooked. A summary of the double dahlia. The new catalogues Y virtue of this execution and the. Common Scissors, Razors, there is an excellent stream of water run
will; be given, in a condensed form indeed for 1825 and B had in Superior Windsor Soap and .
are just published, proceedings this suit, I have ning through this tract of land, and it i*
but as much in detail as the limitsof may be obtained.sraf/s such a publication will permit, and as and orders left with him, or forwarded W. Hasell Hunt. this vicinity,a more eligible situation for
much so probably as the mass of readers mail to the will with
proprietor, meet
per a saw mill.
ii ii & Pensacola 15th Oct.1825.
may deem important, of the prominent attention, and be shipped to .L LOT
prompt any .:.: .:.: ALSO,
occurrences in our own and -
foreign
coun port designated. Sundry articles of household furniture.
The
tries. proceedings Congress and November 18th, 182538tf.NEWYORK ground situated No. 296, on Government NOTiOR Robert Mitchell
of the State Legislatures will be noticed, ,
] Street in this City, and shall
: und such as are material and of general MIRROR 'ceed.on;. Tuesday the 4th of April nextat pro John de la Rua, "\ Agent & Attoiney in fact,

interest, minutely recorded. 12o'clock! at the Court House, to sel vs.The I for Col. John R.F nwiclc.
4 It is not intended to engage in any of LW I) the same at PUJJLIC AUCTION for heirs of Turner Pensacola, 4th Jan. 1826.-45-tf.

the little political controversies of thetiniesnor Lad ics' Literary Gazette. cash,)to satisfy.and pay the sum of three Stark, the .h.eITS of JIN PARTITION
to make this paper the vehicle li. \Iotc\\kiss hundred and three dollars 19 cents for CoL Jos. Philips, R. Collector's Office, District of Pensacola,?
: personal or party feeling. It will occasionally debt au4 all costs then due on this writ. K. Call, James Ram.] JVovemberZlth, 1825. >
however, be devoted to the JVb. 4. Canal Street, JV. Orleans, age, and all others Notice is Given
i W. Davison Hereby
support of what are deemed important TT>KING Agent for the above publication concerned. ,
cardinal political principles. It will some- % / will receive subscribers at g 4 I SU'ffEa. County. : '-PIIE above named John de la Rua will TO Masters of Vessels: trading to Pen
times discuss questions of political eco- per annum payable advance. ; Nos. 1 Sheriff1 Office, apply at the next term of the Superior sacola, that the 17th section of the
I nOITl)'. It will inculcate respect for our 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 enforced
# federal and State constitutions, and a weekly'publication, printed i in the royal -: I to be holden at Pensacola, on the first from this date.Geo.
strict undeviatingcompliance with! their quarto form, on tine paper, with a bur- NOTICE.T Monday of May next, for partition ofa certain 'V. Barkley,
provisions. It will discountenance all geois type, and in neatness and beauty of Tismy intention immediately to institute tract of!land, lying and being to_the jDeji. Collector.
I undue interference between the several workmanship, is surpassed by no periodi. .arsuit, in the Superior Couit of east of Bayou Texar in Escambia County -. Pensacola Nov.25th, 1825-39-tf.
departments of the government, and all publication_ in America. the \Vestern\ District of Florida. to DC containing four hundred arpentsmoreor
unnecessary and dangerous collisions between held at Pensacola on the first Monday of less, commonly known by the name of I
'the States respectively and the na JUST RECEIVED, May next,on a certain Mortgage, bearing Gonzales tract-one. undivided thirty. !
tion. It will discourage sectional jealousjes FOR SALR AT THEPensacola date 15th September 1821, given by sixth part whereof owned and possessed i 1826.
and local prejudices. But while Charles Heeler to Charles Ivy, for securing in fee simple by the said John de la
it strives thus to cultivate a national spirit, nook Stox, the payment of 684 dollars principal, Rua lone haffpart of the whole by the
.*t will boldly maintain the rights and zeal AN ADDITIONAL ASSORTMENT with the interest due thereon. The land said heirs of Turner Stark ; twelve thirty
ou sly support the interests of the west- Blank Books OF bound by said Mortgage consists of 320 sixths by the said heirs of Jos. Philips Just Received and for Sale
country. It will endeavor to point arpens, situate on the North western side four thirty sixths by the said It. K. Call, ...
.." ern out he claims of the west, by developing Playing Cards, of the mouth of Escambia River, on a part and one thirty sixth by. the said James ATTIIEPensacolaBook
.: < teal character of this younger portion. Letter which the town of Beelersville is laid Ramage as tenants in common-and this Store
there confederacy and without under. Paper, out. ,
; notice given to all concerned in the a-
f tl.ng the rights! or merits of the citizensalui Penknives, &c. &c. John Lee Williams foresaid tract of land, pursuant to an act mWIlm ;
: -. %- er sections of the country, it will \V. Hasell to provide for the partition of lands in
Hunt.
:: of olh he equal rights and merits or the tftlowey for Mortgagee. this .
Louisiana &
Territory.
.
Missiesippi
assert thardy, and intelligent sons of the i Pensacola, 19th Dec. 182.Deerskins ... Pensacola, 3d Dec. 1825-41-2am4m. .
Jn. dc la
[ : Rua.
brave, The immense importance of tum- --I" ,and Beeswax. otic .. ALMANAC FOR 1826,
vest. da, canals and other branches of Pensacola, Feb. 3., 1826.-49-8w.
pike roaimprovement, will be illustrated THE highest market price will be give rnUE: co-partnership heretofore exist. frice-per groce, $ *
.
and enforced, and every effort will be in Cash, for. Dt.erakinsand Beesazby i inj- between Wm. Wright& Charles BL&.NK.SOfvarious 16 dozen, ,_ 1.
..12V.
Pindar is thia
I 41
day by mutual
\ consent dis single one,
made
to induce the people of Tennessee : .

o give thcaj at least. fur experiment. *J John Jerrison, jr. Tallahassee solved. Dec 20th, 1825._473t. T descriptions for sale atthis \ Haspll Hun

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