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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 11, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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: IriUllI' LI3WtUffY iu1f1Tlr1Jrri-----u-nvest'Iw'am ,ai-n e reurire.f-:;: -4;',teit7iAe,' 'enacted'; "That 'County' .*- '.' Court ci- :TbinesKriff l I to iirc-_' ,tOn itcn by .i.!... _. -. -. .;."

BY W. HASELL HUNT fore directed, until the whole pro- apon aU'tnerihant's) accounts, ac- of said county greeting; 2 lection! of this act, shall 'beietioet. -.p. "'.-'"<--7'. -:-':

SOL EDITOR AHD PROPRIETOR, ceeds of the fund belonging to countsfor m, hanical ikill'and labor I you ,ar* hereby commanded to <(< "',.,.

Publisher tfthe Lant of the United State, such township or district shall be acc unt.p.ror; gotds, wares summon C. D. the above named 13. Be further enacted, That I .. ;

and of the Territory ofFloridu.Sun8citrloNYear adequate to the permanent maintenance ormerchandir! sold aid delivered -I defendant, if he be found in your i:a any.cause brought under and 0

Half 3 5 and support of school or upon ay account for work ,county to appear before the Judge 1 1C )y yirtueor the second third, or -, .

Quarter year year 1 50 within the same. and lahor dot; or performed, or or Judges of) our aforesaid court, I ourth sections of this, act, the de-

Single paper twelve and an half cents, JOH V.TAYLOR, upon any acount,
Subscriptions payable in advance. Speaker of the House of Representatives due b' paroj upon which aforesaid upon the day of many pleas as shall be deemed f.

AnvERTisiNG-Every: advertisement JOHV c. CALHOUN, Indebitatus is sum find Quantum the -- term of our said court, I accessary to investigate the* merits I
of the width of on otumn and measuring Vice President of the United States, and of his defence and the
in same -
Meruit; or Qiantun: Valebit, can to answer A. B. the plaintiff a
rot more than twelve lines of this type, Pn sident ofthe Senate.
first insertion one dollareach weekly continuance Approved-February 1, 1826. be sustained it comhon law, the t plea of(debt, covenant, account, 1 pleas shall respectively: be lawful "-

fifty cents; longer and wider JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. following shall be a tuBcient form detinue as the case may be) is if the said action or any of '

ones at the same rate. Rule and figurework of ,declaration to fit : ; which has been exhibited against I Lhem bad been commenced at ,

double price for the first insertion. : Laws ol F1oriI: County .Courtifin the Superior him by the declaration of the I:common law. .'
Advertisements will be tastefully displayed 14. EC.it c1ed That .
Court) DUtrict to plaintiff, of which the above is 'a further .n ,.
according to the nature of them, and
will be measured by matter of this sized An act to prescribe forms of actions for wit]: A. B. plaintiHi; states that irue copy, and make due return I 10 advantage shall be taken of any

I'pe.Vhen inserted at intervals, (that certain actions at common law, and for he claims an accoun against the hoyou have executed this summons defendant for pleading pleas not .

5,not inserted every week,from the first other purposes therein expressed. defendant, C. D. of Vjich the following witness G. -H. Clerk of our consistent with each other, but in

to the last insertion) each Insertion will WHEREAS insert such case the jury shall be sworn .
great perplexity is a copy to /lit : (here said court at the court house : .
be charged as a new advertisement. and inconvenience, hatn often occurred a copy of the acount, claimer aforesaid this day of --- to try the issues joined, and to :

on Amounts demand for advertising payable always to the good citizens of this demand, and coclude as foJ- 18 -and of the independenceof I make a true verdict thereon according 1 ) ,

QCj" Liberal contracts will be made Territory from a want of knowledge lowfe) which said acount or some the U. States the year.G. to law andjustice, -.

.. with those who wish to advertise by the of the forms prescribed and part thereof re maim due and unpaid H. Clerk." 15. be it further 'enacted, Thatin

year. used at common law in drawing from the saia defewjant to 7. Be it further enacted, That all cases where judgment or ', .i .,

Q3 All communications to the Editor of declarations 9 for remedy thereOf > the said plaintiff wherebre he service of the summons di11r' judgments shall be given undt.r'
tnutt or.!JiottMxirfi.o!"thev will be attended ; ;..__._. ,. .. ..
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'f irr i f 0" .toh10 XatPi'b.hj\ s uJ w execu .. > .
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suits his convclnta .. 1
to or not,as I 1 U\ .- -.-
-- Be it enacted by the Gbveraurand 'nereon, mat ...."/ ....., Certain \ grt shan be, by delivering a I. .
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Legislative Council of the by }their verdict how Mich( he true copy of the declaration and is, or may be directed. at law in '
of
like
PTiLCMA. Territory of Florida, That, the merits, or how mucl'/J Just or summons so issued as aforesaidto other cases a nature.
Be further enacted
Thatin
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U- -- forms given by this statute, and in how' much of indebiedfss. there .is the defendant, or leaving the I

'aire8t-Su'eeelt-Dearelt. the cases hereinafter directed, from thesaid defendantohini, & same at his usual place of residence any cause: brought under the
Say, by what name can 1 impartly award him in with ol provisions of this act, it shall be _
white
shall be taken and accepted, b that they may some person
) sense, dear girl, of what thou art ? ) lawful to join any number of
;Nay, though to frown thou darest, I every, and each of the courts of damages their finding; he prays his family above the are of fifteen defendants
plaintiffs or togetherin
I'll say thou art of girls the pride ; cord of this Terr tory'Yhich are also his costs &c. A. >. p. p. or years, at least thirty days before
action and it shall not be
And though that modest lip may chide now, or may hereafter ,be, lawfuly E. F. Attorney far Plantiff. the term of the court to which any .
considered variance from '
the
Mary,I'll call thee/ ,.tlt. established, us good and sufficient 5. Be further ended, That' the same is made returnable, in at
forms in said
acts
prescribed contained -"
in form and in substance, in all cases in which any personor which case a trial shall be de-
no-that word can but to.word declarition.therein .
Yet express so any
The soft and winning loveliness, upon which to authorize any persons, shall com to the possession mandable of course : Provided given as to include plural

In which the sight thou meetest! plaintiff plaintiffsin all orractr of any writing or writings, however, that service of such sum ...
lies of and
parties to at
But jiot thy neart, thytemper, too, of said actions, suits or, demands, or goods, wares or' nerchandize, mons as aforesaid shall be good y every #
of said actions.
So good.,so s\\'ect-Ha that will do 'o have and maintain, his, her or or chattles, or nego: slave or and valid if executed within less

Mary, I'll call thee rweetedt. their;said action, suit or demand, slaves, the property dT: tay othet than thirty days of term time, but If. Bet further enacted, That -

TJut fairest, sweetest, vain would be without the claim: or demand of person or person whomever, by the defendant shall of right in nothing in this act contained,

To speak the love I feel for thee ; any defendant or defendant, to whatsoever means suchjiossession HUGH case have a continuance until shall be so construed as to abridge : \

Why smil'at tbou 'as thou nearest; have or require any other or further shall:! be effected, whethbr legal or the term next after the appearance the rights of any party or parties ,\. ,

"Because," she cried, one little name, ,declaration from all, or llegal, Provided where uch possession term of the cause. plaintiff, from commencing, any, -
"Is all I wish from thee to c1a.im- any all and each of their said actions, '-
the
of said than was rightfully obtained, 8. Be it
"That is dearest' ." plaintiffs, is hereinaf. further enacted, That -
precious name .
er provided for, in the cases hereinafter duration of such right % !:
--- ; I act did not exist unless he she
Laics the United States provided for, that is to say. been determined, and nhere the, menced, under the second and '
of shall select to the
or they ; pursue
writIng ,
of ich
: or owners third sections of
owner any this act, bail shallbe
2. Be it further enacted That remedies herein given. :
or wrUttigs, oJ4 wares. w'
;** demandable of course
all bonds bills of bythe -
notes
upon exchange Pawed December 3d 125.
merchandize, chattIer or negro plaintiff by his for him
or writings obligatory, attorney A. BELLAMY*
-1' whether executed under seal), witha slave, or slavrs, shall be/ desirousto and that in all actions allowed President of the Legislative Council .

4a scroll without either for the reclaim ary or all of identical and commenced under the fourth SAML. FRY, Clerk. .
or ,
T articles in thhsection before enumerated Approved December 5th 1825.
and fifth sections of this act bail
,
direct of the following -
,
payment money WM.P.DUVAL.Goycmor ,
it shill be lawful for such
shall be allowable far
shall be a sufficient form only so and of the Territory of florid*' # I
._ owner or owiers to commenceand in such cases, and under such
of declaration," County restrictions \
Court (if in the Supe ri- prosecute action of detinuefor as are .imposed! by the An act for the relief of Daniel C, Hart I a''I

or Court) District sct A. the same>, !c the following shall act regulating judicial proceedings .. and Sears Bryan.
be[ taken & considered good a-d December 30th WHEREAS a law of this Ter.
B. plaintiff, states that he holds a approved :
writing obligatory upon C. D. defendant !sufficient, : forn of declaration for a- 1824, and such act or acts as may ritory entitled An Act providingfor

in substance as follows to ny case desigiated in the foregoingpart be hereafter made amendatory the election of Delegate to Con _
of this section to vit : --
hereof. approved July the third,
wit ; (here insert a copy of the gress
if in the Superior
County'Court, (
hundred and
bond, note or bill of exchange, or ft. Be it further enacted, Thatin eighteen' twenty
Court) Districtset. three, makes it obligatory on the .
writing obligatory, upon which all cases wherein", by the fore
:. A B plaintiff, !states that C. Sheriffs of each to trans-' -
the action, sun or demand, is bas- going section, of this act, bail county .
D. defendant, has in bis possession the Governor the .
mit to returns J
ed,) If the plaintift'sUl'S by virue can and shall be required by the
of the proper goods and of the election, within ten days af.ter
of forth the his for him
any assignment set assignment plaintiff or attorney ,
AUTHORITY.. chatties of the plaintif [here Insert they are mad out to him, and
as follows : "upon it shall be lawful for the clerk,
the species ot'lhint or things the said Daniel C. Hart
PUBLIC No. 6. whereas
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which is the following assignment, whose duty it shall be to issue
ol demanded, and a reasonable description and Sears Sheriff of Duval
An act to authorize the Legislature Bryan, -
(or as the case may be assignments process, to append to a copy of
the State of Ohio to sell the lands heretofore of it or them, and conclude and acting ,Sheriff of Jackson -
the is the declaration writ of ad
the ol ,) whereby plaintiff a Capias
appropriated for use follows of which said
:as ,] in. -
were compelled comapliance
county
entitled sue wit here insert in substitution of
Schools in that State. to to : ( reafiondendum,
and chatties the is .
goods plaintiff with the aforesaid provi.sion
I of the if the hereinbefore directed ; _
and a assignment, summons -
Be the Senate copy -
it enactedhy' entitled to be possessed, and a- ot"said law, to travel from .
Rouse of the, any and proceed,) yet the said which said writ shall be executed -
of Representatives vers their reasonable value to a- Jacksonville in Duval county to
Congress debt remains unpaid, whereforehe as directed by the act regu-
United States America in
of mountto :hesum of---where' Tallahassee, and St., Andrews
(or as the case may be she or lating judicial proceedings, ap.
assembled That the Legislature -
fore he, prays a jury tft be calledto Bay in Jackson county to Tallahassee
of the State of Ohio shall they) prays judgment for his (her enquire waetner tie aforesaid proved December SOth 1824 and and have received no compensation
or their) debt, and damages for such act or acts as may be here- .
be authorized to
and is hereby, goods'and' chattels be! or be not,. therefore, ;;:

sell and'COn"Ve. in fee'simple. all,I the detention. ,e. the same_. ., together .... the o property of the cefeodant, as after made to amend the same. Be it enacted by the Governorand

or at.y part, of the lands hereto- with his (her or their) costs also ascertain their value, and 10. Be further enacted, That Legislative Council of the Ter
fore reserved and by Sec. A. B. p, p. or E. F. Attorneyfor the lawful return or returns
appropriated that judgment of reiiitution' maybe upon ritory of Florida, That the said
Conpress, for the use of schools Plaintiff." awarded him by tie court, alsoin the summons herein before directed Daniel C. Hart be paid thirty dollars ..

within said State, and to invest 3. Bc it further enacted, That default thereof that an execution shall be, executed by deliver- and Sears_ Bryan fifteeen dollars -

\ the money now arising from the, upon all covenants for a_liquidated may be issued tc take the a ing a true copy of. this declaration from any monies in the treasury ..

sale thereof, in some productive! sum or sums, and made payable ror said goods and dallies, if to and summons to the defendant not otherwise appropriated .

fund, ih;*' proceeds of which shall: in bank notes, or any other be had, and if not, that their val- this-s day of--18--I. K as a full comptnbatio n for their .'

be forever applied, under the direction !: notes, bonds, bills of exchange, ue in money,be made of the estate Sheriff -County"; ir "with L. !, services. -

of said Legislature, for or in any merchandize, or other of the defendant ;, he prays his M of the family of the defendant, : Passed December 6th 1825. fc -.

the use and support of schools commodity in work and labor full damages for'the illegal detention at his usual residence this_- f Approved December 8th 1825.

within the several! townships and whether the said cove- of the laid personal estate, day of 18 -J. K. sheriff of X
** "defendant is An act for the relief of John Y, G&rey. ,
districts of country, for which nant, or covenants be executed also his costs &c; A. B. p. p. or -County ; or not ....'
they were .originally reserved and under seal, or with a scroll, or E. F. \ttorney For Plaintiff found ;" "is no inhabitant of the WHEREAS it is represented

let apart, and for no oTher use or without either, the following shall 6. l\e\ it farther enacted, That county" ; "is dea.;" or "not timeto to the jirrser-t Legislative Conn ,.

purpose whatever : Provided, said be a sufficient form of declaration: when uy person shall, by virtueof execute"; and all and every return cil, that John Y. Garey had erect

land, or any part thereof, shall, in ; : .- County -_ Court any of thi: foregoing sections or returns other than is herein ed, or that there had been erected ,

no case, be sold without the consent -: (if in the Superior Court) of thid act, fle in the clerk's office directed, shall be illegal and for his use, upon one of the lots in ','

of the inhabitants of the town- District to wit : A. B. plaintiff, of the court where he shall ,choose of none effect. the city of Tallahassee! a wooden '- .4

ship, or district, to* be obtained in states that he holds covenant up- to con mence his suit, a declaration 11. Be it further enacted, Thatif building by which he became en' '

such manner as the Legislature of on C.iDe defendant, in substanceas c( nfor/niiyj/ himself substantially the return upon aDy'such.lum- titled to a pre-emption right to ;
.
aid State shall, by law, direct : follows to wit : (here insert a to the forms"for declaring mons, ,h; that the defendant is no the lot upon which said building .' -.
the befoie and inhabitant of the or is is situated, and whereas theaid. :L I
And provided also, That in copy of the covenant upon which hereb I herein given county, 'f-

apportionment of the proceeds of the action, suit, or demand, is shall i so file with the: clerk a me- dead, the cause shall abate ; other Garey, failed comply_ with ..the ;0 .

said funds, each township and based,) and if held by assignment, moran turn or order, directing him wise when execution of process provisions of.said act' in. the time 'j:' .
entitledto declaratIon ad issue has not been bad, the plaintiffshall therein- prescribed, to' securexto .0 -
district aforesaid shall be set forth ths assignment, or assignments to cot sum- 'T
such part ti treof, and no more, as is prescribed in the moos lor as thecase nay b.e writ) ) have alias and pluries sum: himself his said bouse with ,the ( 1 .

as shall have accrued from the second section of this act, an..d proceed -I and I aU by himslf sign his mons as often as he shall require. l lot on which it is situated, for.remedy .,

sum or sums of money arising nevertheless the said defendant name thereto, or ay attorney 12. Bejf further enacted, That thereof. .. .. '

from the bale of the school lands bath not kept and performed at law of said :court Sign his the general ,issue to any or all of Be it enacted'by the Governor. I --

belonging to such township or. his said. covenant, but hath name thereto as'Jail ) for the actions given by the second or and Legislative Council of ,the I ,

district. broken: the same, and the same plaint if 'it han for third sections of this act shall be Territory of Florida, That the .
'of laid factum which 'must be tinder time which said Gary shall be allowed '; 4 I.
still remains undischarged and laid c erk in all or asy ca- non\est : "
Sec. 2. And be further enacted, issuein determine his' right to I :.; :
to
unsatisfied 'wherefore he prays sea, to1 copy the de laraiion or dc.claratons oath ; that, the general a
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That lithe proceeds accruing to said lot by an act to y .,, .. L
his damages may' be awarded to asaforeaid.. and toap.pend any or all.of the cases, under as prescribed -
any township or district from and that he may t 'eretoa umo in sub the action- given br the; fourth ,provide for. the'I laying' ,ofFthe town: ; '
him jury, '
said fund, shall l>e insufficient for by a be non ,of T Tallahassee the sale! of the : i
all' legal costs !ce. A. .B. {1. stance al follows Territory of section of,this act, shall as- ; :

the ahall support be lawful schools forsaid'Legislature therein, it have p. or E. Attorney, for plaintiff.: Flo id I ;:: : Datct, aumpsit,, ntlk the.only to issue lots therein, approved. December: :; \ :-7 -

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and recommend entitled an act for the sunny of a
,. the lltb 1824, be extended to the i !;Superiori' Court for East Florida, | 'p and efljtually blockade thcj as a port' of works refuge,that point to' route for a canal between the At*

first day 'of February : 1826 ; anything 1 11 J and the memorials of the Legislative state:of Ahima. In the resolu-. the blockade.at Suppose an lantic and the Gulf of_Mexico,
of Florida and of the ti i hkd tl introduce prevent its
in therefore recited act to I 1 Council )n-I honor-to of Pensaco i without amendment ; which was

the contrary notwithstanding. said ,Joseph; L. Smith, relating ,to heretofore fthis subject, I proposed enemy has possession of that committed,and made the order of

Passed December 7th 1825. 1 t'u' said subject, fijtinations to protect the la, U not the commerce cutoff the day for to-morrow, and order
December 8th 1825. That have attend- n which it is flourishing city as effectually
Approved Report : hey \'y-a pre- !
in front ed to be printed.
them stmedti d tm as if there was a fleet
I e'd l to the duties assigned supposed
An act to amend an act concerning limitations ; intended of the tpoin ?-The fortificationson
and examined the petition, memo- U ose' si: i works were
of actions. \ the Mississippi and the Lakes l Pm &( @l1a a
and
'- Governor *ial, and evidence offered, ask ,! d upon that supposition
Be it enacted the
by to be discharged from the further th formation was com- I may serve to defend tne country, .

: and Legislative Council of the consideration'. of the au ject.I .".-. mumcat\ ), upon which the rejecteibL1comffijttee but without them at Pensacola, an SATURDAY, MAUfctt llth, 1826.
That all .
0. Territory of Florida, Agreed to.' s r. oil'Militaryffarsorttttat enemy would effectually commandthe -

actiuns on such accounts as concern I whole trarle.Ve do not Vcritt sans fieur.Cotton. .
said
Mr. Forsyth these papers no. appropria
the trade of merchandize betwe.erL. were of great importance and he ton. ouK\o bexmade until the know at what hour those calamitvhich - ...

I --.h.ftt and merchant should use to know the re..son i iirveV waS mplcw}., The ii"- .i.1I Kflv_ hpfallpn all nations .-During'the laat week a con
be SlderaCle mianiltv or outtun
their factors and servant snail Ji3..utimarket. 'JTW
-V this motion made. position could 1 may visit our present nappy ;
brought within the term of five why was p irtance o! such a Among that particularly entitled
# after' the ddivery of the ar Mr. Wright replied that Ue noi escapf that infelligent comn and, peaceful country ; andjtfl; notice was two tots raised on Chipola

,years ticles charged und not after. Committee were of opinion there hiee, aid they conclude their should they arrive during tOt tar- and on Holmes' Valley; Uiese parcels we

That were no facts before them to j' ti.l r port vriti a resotio directing dy operations of waiting one par are informed were of excellent quality
2. Be it enacted I
further l f the House for of a few days, another and brought the highest market prce.
) an application to ; lie surveys be.sjee ily corn pled. a survey
all actions on merchants acc Sales have been made this week. at 10lo &
"ur.ts han te brought within*! 'hey had. 'herefore, asked leave to As 1 have :remarked, the year for materials-whtn your 12 cents.;.and about nine days since,

'the term of two from the be discharged.Hednesday. fence of that plae. divides ithelfitro navy yard, and all the materials three uales of first rate, (the saitoe markas ,

4 years I February 8. i two pars: ; tw, forts at" ,the are exposed during the time 10 that which obtained the prize last season ,. .
and
of the articles
not
r delivery i I The following resolution, offered enhance ol'ile bayoDe, at the old the sudden capture and occupation ) brought 12 cents.
,
,. ath'r. :: by Mr. White, was taken up l posiuon of jlarancas and the o- of an enemy, whit wouiu be I our readers will perceive of that we haregiven'
3. Bf it further enacted, That : a hit of the Prices Cotton indifferent
all claims demands or other and, agreed to- t ler on the \ S Upon fiesolvcd, That the Secretaryof usa's Island! wheje the British I frontier If i' is.admiited. r I during the reason.
which be enforced
rights can by any -
f personal I action created or exist War b. directed to inform this and Spanijh Government have must' 'sbe by every gentleman in -
: House whether the of t had forts fr which this House that Pensacola must
ing' at the( time that this Territory surveys sixty years, The sword voted Captain.unnSQTO
was crdfd by & from the Spanish I Pensacola Bay are not so far com- are now in ,state of dilapidation ; fortified, I ask whether the establishment I of the United State Navy, by the Legislature

: Govt and into the j, pleid as to authorize the commencement the sites of tiich cust nothing, being .of the navy yard does 1 of Virginia, (1&13 native State: ,) tor _
rnmen', came I of fortifications the the proerty of the United not give it elevated nd pressing his gallant conduct during the late war,

possession and under the Governimnt I entrance thereof, in the ensuing States. Aniit is said, by military claims on the immediate attention was: presented him in the Hall of the
of the United Sta'es and Houie ot'Deiega, by the Guvernor of
year, without injury to the plan! ol gentleme that fortificationscan of the Government, ?
nut otherwise limited by law, the I! Virginia, on the 13tu Feb. in presence! of
said actions shall be commenc-cl defence to be projected for the be erect \\there with less ex- The resolution proposes two both Houses of the General Assembly.

"bpfort h first, day "1 March one 1 I protection of the i.avy-yard ; and pvnse than atany other point on inquiries, and the opinion of the

thousand eight hundred and twen'f' I how I ng it will take to complt-ir .,the' coast ; anjfrom- the great sa- Engineers is desired upon them I A letter from an officer on board of the

shall forever be bar. the latter ; the relative importanceand I lubrity of theflimate, the works and .*hen obtained will be for 1 U. States scur, Fox, dated MatuHzas,Jan.

ty-seven red by operation or of limitation.Passci necessity: of, at this time, could: Ve coni.nued;: through the Congress to ant upon them. I do i 31, bays that tae is health of Ute squadron and
ontiiaicoabt remarkably: good
December 7th;1825. these defence, compared with o- sum inc. Of these two positions not ask them to act upon any o- that notumg bad been ueard os"pirates.;

her works of the sume kind amplewrveys been made.llri ther. I here is no member onumv
-.Approved-,...,. -, December 8th, 1825.HOU -,.- .. .icnti.i me- juiiC StTVir"Would ; I have_ __ .; ...1." WWI voilinale.9 tHe ..... :
hlpM --J II is pleasing(sas the Fayetteville Observer .
f \ tGlES lO.\\\; \ I not be greatly nefitied, the couwiplated\ work at Baran- quirements and talents of that : \ ,) to witness the alacrity with I

I cJ-t and the contemplatedurks fa-, c'as' in "jnsequence of the location Board higher than I do ; and if! which \Our citizens have voluntarily enrolled .

: of Representatives. 'ciiitatfd, oy an appiopriation at ofe\ navy-yard, no suchnectssityjxUtb they shall be of opinion that it is I their nauies for the formation of- two
C
4. this session of Congress, 'lor the Us to the 'opposite not expedient to commence this : Fire Engine ,Companies; about .50 persons .

Monday I23rd January, 1826 purchase of mat ids, tne c,.-n- poin which is intended to year, whatever might be my opinion liav c joined eucu company.

\lr Hamilton, of South -Caro- II struction of wharves and uses, exclude tb atmaments of Ibieign of its necessity, I should not

: lina, from the Committee on Military preparatory tt) the foriftcatiwniito nations, fvm the bay, and wouldbe urge it. If it should not be deemed -, The U.S. brig Spark, Capt. Newton
: Afi- .rs, made a repor' t.n the be erected. l constrcted with virw. these arrived: on the 14th February at New-
thai : expedient to commence York from cruise of 12 months in tha
r aubjfci of t hl' fortifications in'PenSur'jla Mr. White rose and said, 'in But, sir, material changes were fortifications this year, the materials Gulf Mexico and VV Indies.,

: r>nv. directing: the Se\,.reiaT presenting this subject again to made on c-ount of this* location, migu: be purchased, preparatory -

.p ) of War to order the survey to I I I the consideration of the ll'/usf, I would i: t; politic to delay, for I to a vigorous prosecution of Copy of a letter to the Editor dated Wash

; be completed as soon as possibl .1 beg lobe permrttd explain the one, year, :he commencement of; the works the next. There are 'ington Cs!!, Feb'ry 5, 1826.

7/ur8duyJanuary 26. object which is proposed by thtpassage the wtJrks,w hell the surveys can : brick-)ards on,the Bay which, in Dear Sir,-I send you herewith a copy

"Mr. Strong, <*f NCV-YUEkTrnrn I I of his resolution. Atthe be com?!Iet-d in a few days ? If I anticipation of the works during of a letter I had of the honor to address tithe
\\'ar.on the
Secretary subject of
the Committee on the 'J erntorirs, : ommencement of thepresent am not grtatly mistaken, appropriation the next summer, could fu-nisbJ' the removal of the' Indians from Florida
t reported a bill to amend the several session, the Executive documents sufficient I and have the
among nave frequently been on contract, a quantity ; satisfaction to inforrrtyou,
c
acts for the establishment of transmitted by the War made, Acting the Executive to and such is the texture of the clay, that orders have been issued from the
: a Territorial 1 Government in Florid there ar department to ascertain their wishes
Department
I was no esi- commence wot ks as soon as surveys and slrt-ngth and conslsency of
t a ; which was read twice, coniTOitlrd mate of the fortifications of Pen- and I have no doubt that, as there is no
If this the bricks
wen; completed. that many thousand i
., .
; of thing' unseen so appalling what they
i madethe order .
; the day sacoia Kay, although ibis important I subject u delayed until the next have been shipped to Louisiana have seen, there can be no terra incignitz

for lo-morrow, and ordered, with point had been surveyed I sfbton, i' will require one year and Mobile Point for tne ConstrUCtion to which they would not readily go ; by

the report, ") be printed. several, ears. Under firm which means we shall be relieved from
) a pcrbuasion Kjnger tt\, prepare the materials, of those forts. In con an
Monday 6th Fthruar '. that it could incubus that paralizes all our moral and
be
not the
t two or three more to prepare the nexion with this, another power
Mr. Hemphill, from the Committee intention, of. the Government to works ftr defence ; and, in the ful consideration presents itselfin Fthe physical Territory energies within, preys and upon the vitals '\

on Roads and Canals, re. overlook the finest bay and harboron mean timr,sh\Juld our Country be favour of the immediate commencement gration from without. preventsemi-

ported the following! hill i : the: continental side of the visited, with the calamities of war, of the works, whilst There is incident so much calcu'a-

: fle it enacted, &jrV That the Gulf of Mexico, 1 determined to an enemy wuuld not only lake the; nearly every other point on the ted accelerate our progress to the ma-

I ..' Piesident of the Uriiieu States be, inquire into the cause of the delay only port, on our vhol coast of r southern coast is, abandoned in turity of State Government, a consummation

.!r and he is hereby, authorised to and found that at the time the Gulf Mexico, in which vessels summer, the works could be carried the removal most of devoutly the Indians.to be wished" as

C1ue to be made the necessary ohe communication, the report I (..fV ar could fiid an entrance on at Pensacola, in cons 1 am, with greatrespect

.. ; sueys: pians, and estimates of of,the Navy Comnissioners, who I and anchorage, bit would also quence of the healthiness of the & esteem -

'the routes und cons ruction of were ordered to select a site for a !, seize upon your mvy-yarci, refit,, situaiion and salubrity of the at i your friend .

a canal from the country ;outh ol navy-yard and naval depot, had and even huild vesstU, out off your I. mosphere.Mr. I J os. M. White.

St. :Mary's river through the Territory no- been made. That report has own materials, to cat off he trade Co dht, of N. J. offered the I ... '

!, of Florida, to connect the since been made, and the navyyat of the whole western country bi \p. following resolutions : Copy of a communication from the ffon

Atlantic) with the Gulf of Mexio: ; located on that bay, which, 1;I commanding the mouth of the Resolved, That it is expedientto J. M. White to the Secretary of War.

and canals from thence to connect in addition to the, powerful Con- j I :Vf i ississipjii ; and at the same time : augment the impost on all im Washington January 31st, 18 6.
the Fl j-ida'canal with the Mississppi siclerations Sir,-The repeated complaints which
-
which have always re- i i: destroy ah our West India com- ported spiritous liquors, and to
I have received from Florida in
,
river, at or near Ne\t -01'- commended that place as of I I fromht' nonh well excise regard t()
one
j j merce' as as levy an duty on all such liquors the depredations of the Indians, well
I as
-, leans, designating what parts of the first objects in the national d'-. f j:,, lie I south) Not a bale of cotton I distilled within the United as the obligations imposed by humanity

said canal 'on be made capableof fence, gives it most imposing j I could puss frOm Alabama to any Ir States. have mduced me to address you, on the

hoat, sloop or ship; navigation ; claims to the immediate attention II j o our seat ;>ort!: And an enemy Resolved, That the revenue accruing subject of their condition at this time.

the surveys, plans and estimates of:the Government. Upon a Call >I hiving pot t'8.ioa of Pensacola from excise duties shall The letters: from the Governor and the

.. : I for each, when completed, to be for: information from that D parth -I j::: Bay, couid,! by land, march to the constitute a fund to be applied t petition which I from haJ the the bonor Inhabitants to transmit Alachua to your,

laid bt fore Co" rt'ss. m.nt: we a e received i commu iluumbiiifi tity of Mobile and I
the Department
exclusively to purposes of education some days since! would give
;" Sec. 2. And be further enacted, nicalion, stating, that since the I tuke it, without pasting within I and internal you some adequate idea of their situation,
r ', That to into eT( rt ihe objects location of improvement ;I and demonstrate the of
curry the
navy-yard, it willbe'necessary thirty mil s of the! guns of the the amount paid by each State and necessity soma
:7 <:: of this act the President be immediate measures for \he protection
,
: to make additional 1 forts at the point of DauphincIsland. Territory to be withinthe
expended
of
)" and he is hereby authorized-: the agricultural interests of the Territory
; which 1
f surveys, understand from .
limits thereof in
:.- such manner Without repeating, therefore, the difficulties -
employ! tvrij or inure skilful) CivilEr'J'iD..t'rs'and the
engineers, could be completed The advantages of Pensacola
as the State or Territorial autho- and troubles referred to or dwell

k such of the offi- in a lew days. If these I Bay were duly estimated by the thority, with the consent of Congress ing on unpleasant details, shall endea.your
Ct rs of the Corps of Engineers, or auxiliary works would to present some in relation
French
vary ine Spanish, and British I may from time to time di suggestions
woo my be detailed loduty with original plan, I certainly snould! g?\'ernmt'ns, ; and that position I rect. to them, which might perhaps have
that Corps' us he may think proper nvt it at this time The fortifications some influence. with the Government, in
and that the uf urge alone consttutcd! one of the prominent A J bill for the relief William I the adoption of a plan for their immediate .
sum 2OOoO of '
the harbour are indispensable cotsideraiions with this Humbly, and Edmund Doyle removal. .
was I
be, and the saaie is lureby, to the protection of country for the acquisition of thai L LTerriivy. read a 3d time and passed. Since the Treaty of 1784, the Florida

appropriated, to be paid out of the navy-yard ; and being Iii iua- From its local posi Monday Indians, as a Nation, have not been considered

any inone>' in the Treasury nototherwise ted: ajout two mites from that tion there February 13 by the Spanish Government,as
is perhaps no point L On motion of Mr.
of r
Mallary entitled
,
to
portion of the lands
appropriated.On :plate: a commencement could be that could tc more efficiently defended Vermont it any ; ex.
was cept such as were their far
occupied by mJ
of 1\1 White it
m lion made
was there without
any derangement not only from invasion I Resolved, That the Committeeon and villages and in that only an usufruc-

Resolved, That the Commit to -.lie other plan, which, itself without, bu: tbrpugh the Sound, Commerce be instructed to tuary interest, subject to the .. ara.nount;
'
--. on cmniercebeinsruc'd to in- could be completed in a few wJnch communicates with thBay to this House far report title of th" bpuniih Monarchy.- Although! _

A1 que; into the expediency of re.Ii days. In this idea I am confirm. in front of one and at the be as as may there is sonic obscuritiivtne phraseology
I ihe 10th section practicable, of that Treaty, such has been the construction
peal ; of
ed
ng an act the
by concurrent opinionof of other woik
the from
sijJe the 1st. The
amount of by the
entitled tonnage of r Spanish: Authorities:,
anact to provide for several engineers, and the Navy interior: of the country. But thereis vessels employed in the trade between notwithstanding they have allowed the
the collection of duties
on imposes Commissioners. There is, perhaps no position tvlich couid be so the of the United Indian-: in some instances to sell a part ot

and tonnage in Florida, and for: no point on our coast so easily readily defended by hnd, as that I States on the ports Atlantic their lands, such sales are beleived to>
and
the
I other purposes, passed 7th May, defended have been of their poaseaions, requiring
this and I of
aai am Pensacola, and noie better calculated of the United
Ii ports States on the the concurrence and of that
1822 and that the of Pens. approbation
; ports in
justified
:t saying there are few by land or y&ter, to uidand L Gulf of Mexico, including repeated -Government, to co nplete the title.
cola St
# Augusnne and KeyV' .t, I that promise so many important relieve New Q-leaus. The voyages. Spain, by live Treaty of 1819, conveyed
be allowed the same privileges advantages! : to the whole Union. the FJoridas in full
reports or Eugineeti? were made! 2d. The extent and value of the property and absolute -
inr.'gatdto the benefit of- draw.I I One of the dominion to the"United
engineers, whom 1 have itiUhe! years 1819, '20 and '21- trade carried States, without
I :',;. -- back, as are given to other ports heard highly complimented before Florida > on.between the ports any recognition of an Indian title,and
I on was r{ tn, aforesaid. -
--- -- under this the
,
of the U tited Slates. this'floor, has said, that after Boston the United< Slates Treaty United States are
; aid it is owing 3d. The ,number of vessels and I i invested with full authority to u-ice such
The laid before tht-
Spiakr
House : I harbour and New York, he to that circumstance thut: Pen their tonnage, and the value of disposition: or them, as they might think
from
a communication the considered Pensacola nectin 1mor.ar.ce sacola has not been placed in the lost proper, without being restrained by any
property by shipwreck and
Department! of War, giving infurxnation j! for the defence of our first rank fortifications. This I other other considerations than those which

t in relation to the negotiation I co merte. It is the only bay on have: from in official I causes, in voyages' around: the humanity and policy might prescribe,and
source. of Florida.
Capes
and execution of without consulting their wishes or caprices -
the the of .
'reaty coast the Gulf in whicn do
,,
not profess to know any thing 4th. 'The above on the subject. You*will
whl h the l-londa Indians ; which the (ordinary vessels of inquiries to perceive
war Can of'Engineering.! But sir I arso, by a reference to the
may each of the three last correspondenceof
.
'
.. "vvtTr with the documents' years.
referI the
I I pass bar and anchor with General Jackson hi 1821 with the
t beipermittefl that I know ,
say On
motion of Mr.
White of
.. red to the committee on IndianAffairs. : safety." From its geographical ihat the Wench, English, and rida; it Flo- War Department ; that he gives it as his
wasResolved
position, it is apparent, that all Spanish unqualified opinion that the Executive
Tuetday, February 7. the commerce of the Engineers, have all c n- That the Committeeon ought to remove the Indians from FlorI--

I 1lr.Vriglt.. from the Committee and :Alabama Mississippi,: cured in ironouncing: this the the Post Office and Post Roadsbe da. And although the. Government preferred -
must pass along I mist important naval station in instructed to treat with them in 1823, the
to
on the Judiciary! made the i tb'e coast near to its mouth, to [.the Gulf,antt!the most prominent of inquire into the rjght to controul them is notwithstanding ,

following report : I find its way, to the Atlantic ; -and position, both for defence expediency establishing a Post unimpaired.. ..
I \ i. riu immittee on' the Judiciary 1 in time and at- Road from Pensacola, in Florida this
of war, an enemy in possession tack ith"tk'e", By treaty of 1823, which was ratified -
to whom, was referred the J of such a port as Pensaco either: bn exception. Havana .Sparta, in Alabama. ; at Camp 'Moultrie, they get four millions 1.

peii-inn of Edgar Macon,'praying.f la, from whence expeditions :the con inedtal Friday, February 17. of acres of land, certain reserves in
might side i or. uponthe .islands which Mr. from the middle of the Territory, supplies; for .
Jra"t exhibit Hemphill the Committee
'to. ,
: hargtl'gai s be fitted out would
entirely command surround hundred iu
it. one dollars
I : 7nthe year, a tboUSAnd :
of
r Joseph L. Smitb, Judge of the the moutU of the Mietisalp- reports the on Roads and Canals, re. annuities, besides the expense,of ,the "
Engineer t
.
!
.
f y speak of 'Mobile
: a : : ported the -bill. from the Senate Ireaty and its execution. The. Northern

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boundary most department ort.1 War.I per pound;;Ind a further dine on.the war with vigor ; fitting out ---
toengenderthe unplea.sant '
situation I I /V*. 9th, 1826. S 'Was ..
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difficulties. By a statement which Hon. .Joln M. WHITE, expected. all their men of war and enlarging -'.> -.

accompanied the Treaty, there were to Sir-I have' had the honor to receive V "Haffre,J4tI. 1,826 h their:array_there' was a general ,. \\1E- r: .1 i J .

be placed on the reservations 214, and your letter! of the 3 Ut ultimo. The Pre- 'Ve.have no favorable anJte press for the'land.and'sea service ,. ,. _

unless! I have been greatly misinformed, identiis desirous- of contribiltmg'by such tc police in our market. OuWtal\\ several transports with troops tI % '-- :

there are about one thousand remaining, means'as may be placed in his power for SI let of Cotton since the lit ". I have sailed for Montevideo, and lIVSjS : ;
in the vicinity of the largest s ttl.mentsin ) the rejie* of the Citizens of Florida, and :; amount 3.950 '* V I ___ ) 71
Florida! : and whe-e they must be reduced to.the !'freedom from future difficulties, baal"I. there was a strong naval_ force off .

in a short time, to the painful al ansrnp out oP'the presence of an Indl')! 44We have already received Buenos Ayres, blockading that Yort ot enaato\a ,," _

terr.ative submitting to starvation or of' population, and which may comport with! bags Car .!in. and Virginia < t. port There is now several .Bue V- I ,

supporting existence by plundering their humanity towards these people It has ton of the new crop and as ne nos Ayres privateers (and it is ENTERED.lJIa.cb V J

neighborslike their unfortunate brrthern been, with a view towards this object demand has lately quite abaf-d, said some pirates) on the coast of 9.-Scnr. Albany Pack. -. .
vho have attempted a residence in that that' Gov. Duval has been instructed to .
portion of the country assigned them. ascertain the dispositions! of the "Florida we I. shall not .be surprised to fee the B"azih.-On. of them was off i et, Hipkins, 15 days from Nor V .

From the documents forwarded to I. Indians in regard to a removal to lands pricrsreced. I 102 nous ere loop9* Cape Frio,and had made several 1 lolk, Cargo. K val} Store ; V \.

your west of the I .htfD OrlI' Feb.V r. In 'oliort lim. w ARR1VD.' -- ..-- -- _
Department, it appears that the Indians Mississippi if his answer ." Captures. a y ::: c -i: .:\,
contend for an extension of thriroomvl. ary .I.I shall, indicate favorable tli pr'irinn on V COTTONThe' .lales of last expect any number privateers, March 5.-U. S. Tran.port'tScoooner -: V

line, but by what rule,it may be asked, : ineir part to this measure (the means "'. t'k we do DO: beli've l xceeded'40pO (some with commissions on both : Horidn, Baker,. bt. >.
antheir limits to be determined ? If i being provided by Congress to carry it bales, {if fine Marks. ''f'
mostly trade that
into effect,) tne President will cheerfully quali- sides,) and our to coast \
they were disciplined in agricultural pursuits 'ies, the prices of which maintain huzurdoui unless CLEARED.
definite and small portion of land *co-operate by the appointment of a ( will be tery our

might be adequate to their wants ; hut I co-iimisMon and precede it, if it be themselves The unfavorable reports Government see the propriety of March.-'-Schr Elizabeth, For .

considering their habits aud mode of cultivation thought advisable, by author a ng fivt or from Livrrpoo of the begirning sending out a respectable Naval byth, N-w.Orleans, Cargo, l.XXXfceLpine > _

it would be difficult to assign a seven of tfifir principal l men to bO and I January, h-'uce' a be- force.to protect our merchant ves- lumber by N. H. AU D.40 .-* <"
explore th- .

satisfactory: limit, in fulfiHing' the treaty. cuntrv.1haetlie honor ,!' th at a tall of pricts must probably ,:'I"A a.nst the lawless privateers hide by FmlaV EC Rustuon ind V

They have abandoned their Unds, andre to be, >erv respe.'tfully I i take place ere, tbat will be swarming in those 9 bales deer kins by F. Panqmer .
now subsisting on the bounty of Government -
and by depredations on the Your Obt-dienl Servant.James I 1 Savmnah leb_22.COTTON. ,..as. 8 rig Ann Wayne, Thomas, .

property of the Inhabitant; ; from Saint Harbour. j I .-UpUid\ of ill de- : From what I could learn whileI Key \\'es t. -

Jo'ins; to Appalaclucola, the pasturages acr ptious have declined: 'full half!, was in Rio, I am satisfied that SAILED. -

are beset, and the plantations! also and I C"eJ'lj. .Nt l.C \ C l\) : a cent since he' Liverpool accounts there is a strong party in the Bra- March 6.-U. S. Revennp Cut. ,
.. .
iu enclosure is exempted from the ntru51'1 to ''he 4ln January, were received .
z1IaA"ai nst the powers that be. ter Louisiana, Capt. Jackson, on a
fthes rovers, whose habits alike co. -- .. V
we 11 12 12
quote a prime <
_
unfit tliemfcruss'.tnilation! : with the whites, For the Peiumc Gazette. ; 20. I am alstt very well assured that cruize. -

('t for Mibfifctinguiihiii, the limited con- Messrs. Robertsons, in the Charlatan Fetj Bolivar intends to take a peo in 7. U.S. Transport Schr. Florida
The business of the wefc:, inUpUnds .
fi,i-* nf th's id-rov! Peninsula.' Georgian o'; Feb. 14ih, ha'e published : that country, befire he reties B>ker 'New-Orleana. .
; hud been tolcrabl fair
To reliee the territory from these incongruities a long article on the subject ; from the field-this \ the general 9.-Schr. Thorn, flay St. ..
it is a favorite theory with at about ) .4 of a cent beltJr the
of Ndvol D 1 opinion in Upper Pt'ruhen 1 Marks. i
After balancing
a -
pot.
st,inr, to reform the Indians and subdue prices of he preceding we'k, V
their the advantages left Mica i in October last Schr. Amelia, Ratch, St. Marks '
them to the pursuits of husbandry ; but, in way, but' accounts received ou Friday ..
houe\er Uuciable! this sche.ne rmy be t'the port of Savannah' over i Up toK THIS PORT ,
from France and England sill no NORFOLK, Feuuary 14 )
and consonant with the noblest feelings Charleston St. See At JVrw-ror, Pcb. 12.-Schr.
Mary's they
; d.ub( : have an unfavorabfc influence from .1\fatanzaB.-Frum Capt.
cf fiunuiuix, I humbly conceive' it can
.
Hope R Malleus meet
The bar and harbour of turn, to
wter be realized, hut by the distant en. say up.m this important staple.Ve Heartle, of the Schooner Caduceus ;

forcements education.: To change Pensacola we ale little acquaintedwith. \ continue the quotdticn of 12\\ arrived from Malanzas, with immediate- despatch, V .
---- ---- -- I
their l language, reconcile their prejudices By some, the former is represented a 13 cents ; which however, must I bound to Baltimore, we Iearnthat : _
und remove the barrier: between to have 24 and by others t\) ;\\&e at St. MMks .:
flut be considered as "n .n1"11 ,the markets at that place were PV.tremeiy
natun and civilization. is a task of no or. 16 a :18 feet Oa thing howeveris 1 'D"I1."A'. rb.1'. dull for American pro 1IIE subscribers, having erccte.t A .
th.ivy tllftlculty and it is CIUtv ftresee f
;
i that the John Adams Cotton.-LouisldU.1 16 18
certain a I duce. large and commodious ARB
; ti.at' \\hil t tlie) Indians would oej" .
,'" d to improvement in prospect, drawing 17 feet -grounded in coming Geora 14 a 14]} I' The U. S. Ship Hornet, Capt. HOUSE and \\ HAUF Si. Marks, will "

tiieirtaite brcthern would be doomed out. I XcwY.rkt'c6.14 receive goods on coiisij-nment; for storage '
Woodhouse, (with the Commo
sale _
or on commission. Th ir
to :* protracted endurance of those ca- Ii is true the John Adams did Cotton.-Alabama 13 a I* into charges
dore's fiat flying) was going will be moderate--sucu as are
lamities; from which they seek to ootamrel'cf. 13i customary
shoal in leave- Upland
strike the caucus a
on :Matanzas, the Caduceus came and the strictest attention will be paiu to .
.' ing the Bay of Pen
Sir under any system, whether dictated is not all the truth, tin same puoIicati Petersburg, Feb lr.dptton COiisind. V
The Fox Lt. Comdt. Wilson
by the unavoidable requisitions of acoercne which announced this. .-Yesteiday the quali( N. B. A large assortment of Groceriesand
policy, or emanating from then.ldr ns was at that place engaged in convoying 1'1'0ision Always hand tot
kept on ,
Sies
of theaccidint ty coming in wa not i 1.rge..
sugKf>stior.s of persuas, there fact, also staled the rt ason vessels. sale M :'eoerate terms tor cash, V
are invincible obstacles to continuing the not that there was no were made at 12| cents. On Sa- ;
; : The U. S. Schr. Grampus, Lt. John & JNatij. iiaiulen.
Indians in Florida. Amalgamation with i leiday aprimep.ircrl 1 brought!. I-
more than from 16 to 18 feet water Comdt. Cassin sailed few
tlu white inhabitants were in vain, under I ... a days J cJcreace.
difficulties from of on the Bar, but'that she was orevious on a cruise. 11ers. Hyde.. and MerretLSt.
the arising opposition i ic1utac It' February IS. -p ..,
I ustengton U
.I beating out of the Bay againsi a I'el, Orll'aUs. V
: ('r ; the measure!! of concentrating COjr.g-rt'u.-ln the Senate, the bill/ for/ By the following extract of a
them is also attended with dithculties! us I!I strong S. E.f HId an-..j'a heavy .- unev ofa route tor a Canal across' letter which we have received Marks_March 1st Ib26-2- 4t.

pst: experience has showni audit pr.severed that she missed the subjectt! -...-
rolling sea, stays the ..ninsula ot Florida was from Matanzis, by the Caduceus,
: in, the I Indian lands: would continue -;I the Cuucos or" 'esttrdaJ"and Notice is Hereby i'en
and thus drove on ofI Ifu4.i: t ii # i >ie ) it that the Pirates are ,
appears _
haunts slaves and
to be ofrunawa : ,
for fttl -
4is ordered to be > "
engrossed
be resorted to by smuggle and fugitives shoal) the statement was copied .1 The :: again creeping; from their lurking lAi :at tire next ferui of the lion.
taird reading. Intcr.stingleNS
from civil I &uthOI'I1l11e remov,d| of, into nu'nerous papers and was contained III the letterof Mr. WUITE,mei i places, to revisit npon our unoffending the County Court 1 will present the '
ths from \ihcir original -, confirmed by the leitr of Commodore a"uunts ..nti '\ouclif, and. apply' for a
people range : )ele|?ate from Florida, wliicu was id- and protected mariners. bcltienieiit oi ',"
: the Estate of
and concentration in a spot tar inferior t Warrington published in dresjCanalUjWill od 1c: the COlBl1Ilttee.on la:1ds: ud: I: a I the horors which hae hereo- Seth i'iblideceased. ,

in ext nand quality to that wnicli they I the Pti sacola Gazelle: on the: 3rd show ifte general grounds :' marked their of Blood
for* course Noah
er.juved, in I a n.easure revolting! to them- oil vtoC" uch the ubcc| was reco.niiK'ndcJ H. Allen,
... sr-ves It torcea within their beanilant I Dec. last. :Messrs. Rob 'menu and the probability: that the I I cutting off too, by the vigilant and
I1gr sst III .Ii a 11.11UiS I"'tur.
V b\ military power, no reliance could be : must have been prculiarly unlbrtunate utulesuccejtfs.'taklIi4 is hkciy; tt> tie crouMed' with i 1 arduous duties necessary to keep Pensacoli Feb. 17th 1326 -oi-bt. -

p". c<*d l i.i their attachment in time of I in obtaining tht-ir information During the discussion, :MrJO'JT- them in check and by the inhospitality ..

vtr, but, on the contrary. they might be. The depth of water vn the I STUN, ot LDU.SUU.I, stated taat: 150. ut' of the climate, many of the 1\lJl1lJ
cu '"- i"l' pioiiter to conduct an enemy of were employed in tile
Bat of Pen_acola has been statedat tons snipping
i.it. 'he inte.ior of ttie Thus I most gallant spirits that aaorned '-icT i i5 intentiun
country. in comi lerce ot the Mississippi! ;tnat 732 vel. i my immediately institute -
feet for these 200 '
viinscr.btd within an insufficient 22: years .t suit, in the
Clr range rU entered the port of New-Orleans lou.r navy. Superior Courtof
and under.i rpetual struggle with their all tne publications that we h a\t. Utin.: g the )ear 1825 ; and that he had f| _u On the 1st. February, 14 negroes the \\ottrn: I District of Florida" to bei

own )propensities ; it may be expected seen on the subject and they are rece ved from a gentlemat in Boston, that were aggressors in the V held at I'enacoaon! the first Monday of

Jliit: indu.'tmriits less tempting than numerous Maj Kearney in hisurvey Wt'11'! iiitonnedon the 9 uject; a sciicdileofuil May next, on a certain mortgage arillg
those or" hunger, will continue to urge to Go,'erniPn- the ,'cssc&S& lost un the ..h..la. revolt in March last were publicly I I date the 28th day of Januarj 1824, given

Hit-in beyond the lines ; but when the as reported Bunks und the Straits or' Florida list executed. I by Vte. Sebastian Pintado. by., his ...'UI.-,....._
(.eminent annuities blull har been states, long continued north winds ycirttut ; that the} amounted 10 fi.1..t=ssch ; I "A report reached 1\Iatanzasi ney in fact John de Lrttuato Meirrv" Micheiet -

x trusted, and tney can no longer5 sort>> n" ver biing it less than 21 feel tie fir.t live amounted to S47 >,>OJ)1 i on the 1st inst. that the Pirates t tII j for securing the payment of two .

to a public crib, what would be their i* his is confirmed by the report "nJ lie wnoie los> of the oaUiici: wouldextejed had 'captured, and taken into thousand dollars principal, with tire interest _
c-/mliloii in such ture .titles ? Conflagration totf the Con Rnxioies Bainbridgc.Varrington 5j700OUU.-NaJwnial.. II due thereon : tile property bound by V
and bloodshed have be. Bayou Cordeveras'near, say 20 said
already f'ebruarglG. Mortgage is, one tract or land on the
and Biddle the 4th
\ on
'truii."" and I trust!>> I need harJIv- .nomt to I In the Senate, the greater pan ot" )cs-I miles from M. two vessels supposed i Escambu iliver containing 2281$ arpt=ns. .

the horrid scenes of predatory warefare Nov.last.. tell'' Y was passed in tie consideration: I to he American, and after -one' tract on the Escambia itiver containing -

that Inve stained: our frontier 111 tol'\'. Although it has been fash- '' live business. The bill for tie&irvty plundering them, set fire to them 50UO arpens-one tract on the

An aggravation; of the evils co.njjlauied; i-inaijle for some modern States- U ofa route ror a Canal between tie4t.atic and niurdered all hands-some of //u)' or Ptrnsacola containing 21&0 arpens .
otis i inevitable and persuaded as 1 arn ---one lot on the Public
and the Uulpli of Mexico \ s
rnens, as well as Gossips: to bring! square ophite
that the immediate removal of the Indians down to :fieir 1)aSd, and st-nt to tile: House of Hepeentaiives. the goods supposed to have belonged the Seville Square, also the Lois on the '

'ronvFlorida uouM ameliorate meir neighbours : .-J tkm.' to the above vessels were Public square numbered 11, 14, 13, 15.. ..
their condition, and promote the pl'O.- own level in order to produce an seen on the Road to Matanzas bya band 18. .

pcriiy' oi ihe Territory ; it is my duty 'quality, still we are unwilling to from the J'ew J"o.k Spectator i respectable American." John Lee Williams -

imist respecttuily to urge this measnreon beiuve that the! E\litorsi of a pub IMPORTANT.'e .
The writer further adds- The .dt ,
tile attention of tut- (.' vtrnnent..f ,:; or llrJr'Kulf.
]),r.vi'd .. thr .'ri\.I 1-geso' the: chace, lic newsp.is: wilfully misrepreSiai are indebted to the Phi Summer and calm seasons on the pens cola 28ih Fet 18J6 -1-.J.tn4m. ;

they ure wanderers in an inhosptfablecluue u faci so notorious as the one del hia L'reemun's Journal, ,ii 1 coast are fast approaching ; andif j V

to wiiom any cage of situ.ition question.). And why should the Monday last, for following important redoubled exertions are not I .NU'llC&* V

could scarcely pe more unpromising; Editors: 1 base their arguments on. intelligence. used by government, and cruisersare .::1\. LL persons are. Hereby Notified that V _

bt.1 VhJ tile ,>ii3iis ipj>. tuere arc t"XlcOl- tie supposi tion 'hut t .e Island t oi k'r4s ..11'"L).. r.. ... n:" d 3Eij4rd not vigilant and industrious, !c'l i WLLI S6J..i at the next term ot

bivc ranged: in %tt ich tiiey could} purauc Cub alone is to be' the point of( of December 11, receive! will acaupcnorLouittortiie: Uestern His, .
their knives be
again sharpened
and find for nci tionuu
the game, ample scope lueir to be 'holden on the fint
natural. propensities, A-h'dst at the sa ne naval bperaiioni. 1 have always understood at([Philadelphia. -when Blood and Plunder will loIlU..; vI )1a) IICXUr partition if two

tune, the paternal hand ot Government, 'hat the_ ,Naval._, :... Depot.. I'II { :REE OF DECLARATION be the order'of the day. I tracts vt Lana llll|; hear the City or PellI -
41 i L r Ul' I
a-i.ltif he : Socities, omul, '.1) .n r.A.i w" 'vS4 WAR :t.&co.a, one incliuiing
MuMoiury by ITI Uie vjr-lipn; --1"--1' OF u Alas I poor 24 lors they must t-ilvtz spring and

Uiiiiicumberetl eiluri.-, conduct them to a ,iten'lfd for tin d re'I'.e of tin Tne GoTerumeni of the United suffer !11! where is their appeal for the oiuer lucmamg the large nuW erect-
of all tue benenu of religion uu% Col. U'.11. -
participation South 'western section of the Untied Provinces of Rio de l la Plata haying security against this blood stain King, wen mtaJl.illg
and civilization Nor would the boU arp ns. W u.cu sum tracts of land
elivcts of this nc4sure be limited to the Slate ; in this point of viewSavannah cominiiird acts et hosi.ity a.gainsit '.d coast of Cuba, when, will ii \ \IIca oy ne in fee supple as tenant arch in V

improvement of tic; Indians ; Florida cannot come in compe- the Empire, without pro vocation 'nd-not as long as gracious pardons common with the heirs and representa-

uuulilbe relieved from disease, winch tition :with many points of Florida. 1 or previous formal declaration are e xtended to these blood live oi Mud Khig deceased. .

li.- 'Jh)'ed' upon its mh&DiUnls with a St. Andrews. has. as much ai"war, rejecting j ; thus the hounds."-Brecon. .irtiiur P. Hayneby / V
TIP.oid seventy und the ciieal Go. S t
tvatirofl: the bar and is as goou a established ciJized his ,
lot :118 atl'ong 1ltur/. .
be ;
\ci':tnicn; wooid at lie s.mtalne ex- I !/
e upted fro'it tile embarassiienls: tusepe- harbour as Savannah and Tampa nations, it is required by the dig.. NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT Feb'y28th1826.-1-8w. _

rattle froiii rdtt'r,ted complaint. Bay is much better. Pemacola nity of the Brazilian people and In the House of Rft.reientativestfthe

.\1:hough 1 contend for the right of is certainly better :han eiltm; ''bath: the rank which belong to ui among U. S. on Monday: 30th Jan'ryMr. FOR NEW YORK,

( the Oiiled( States, m removing these In. as it respects depth of water & in powers that I, having heard I3a :!lety>f N. H.from the Com-, i1JiE good Brig 'Van' n, Hoo
1,anto use coercive measures if neceb- the facilities of% obtaining military LouiKil! of Slatt-s, akoulfl DC- 'I ittee to whom' so much of the e4 L-i ter luvijf n.*!i''l", *1 H! h. r i_

8a.rveil. a n not persuaded that such Our live oak, white oakred my do President's as relates to d' will have a quick despatch: _
Message
ij.'C-:tty tJr1: : tS. On th contran these stores. I clare as I now ,. war againstthe !! For
p"'o/.e; are distinguished from the Creeks cedar and pitch and' yellow pineare i s id Province, and their: Go- the navy was referred, reported a A'g-.t .fIeIbsiL ui

.11 t 'I.duk.ce", by a superior gentleness not exceeded in any part of the I vcrnrient ; directing tht'by sea bill .concerning the naval estab- 100 Bales. Cotton .

:&:. .lucihly, wiiicu would iu a great mea- United Statts. Pitch, tar and tur- and I Und l, aU possible hostilities Hshmtnt of the U. States ; which or passage apply to the Master, or .
ju:',; incline them to yield to impressions here in twicecommitted mad ,
obtained read
ut pi-rsuaiiori; and if they are ignorant pentane may be be w ged upon them ; anhoriaing was Stone and NlSb t. .

cl t .<. fact, that the hunting grotm-l* to as large quantifies and as cheap. I such armaments as my eubjecls he order of the day for tomorrow N. B. The Warren will return to Mo ..::

tinUest: are preferable to those: of FloriUd Flour, net', pork, beef, sugar and 1 1I may blease. to use against that nation end ordered to be printed. I bile, and stop at Penaacola Should sufficient V

1 sub.nit whether: a select party of molasses certainly as abundantand i ii declaring that all captures orurize The following is an abstract of freight offer --, .

ihcir ciusf could not convince themselves Thereare bill Pensacola. March, 4 1826 -tf. .:..
the
: Savannah shall *
und cheap as ut i of whatever nature a> .; ... ,. __ V ..
nina.ion comtuiuixcut i -- "
Dy**occular tins con\icuuu ex.i tbe,rcna iWd Estab-
of the tribe ? Atlantic coast, why snuum ttirvnut out any deduction in favor ofh first June next, 'the Naval :

But whatever mode of persuasion may '>t! one in the Gulpu of Mexico public treasury. l Follow *** Hsnraent shall consi si of- THE subscriber has lately erected near V
;
landing at St. Marks, a commodious
recommend itself; if the Governmentbe ? |But.why does the Georgian regulation for the! publication an One Vice Admiral, two Hear and WAREHOUSE where

convinced of the expediency of re. mikethi5: outcry, afier, ihe matteris disUi&ution of the Decree.] Admirals, 30 Captains, 30 Masters tie is prepared secure to receive goods,, either ., .

TTKmn(-thcse people: by gentle' measures decided, i,. it n conformity to Rio!. ,de Janeiro, 10th December Commandant, 220 LieUten- on Storage or Commission. I V '

if aad praciiCAole nould think or by fit coercive to institute if necessary a special; the organized system of opposi- 1825, fourttt year: of the lodepeo ants 10 Chaplains, 150 surgeons, Wm Wright. V

com:nissiort, wIth instructions embracing tion to the General' Government ? denc and the ,Empire. \ 65 Assistant dp, 50 Pursers, 20 St Marks, Dec.iiOth. 1825.- -47-If. ;! -

and authorising this alternative mole of If this be the object it it unwor Extr ct of a letter to Mr. Sandjr Sailing MI&sters.4'SO Midshipmen, I. *- '

proceeding ; I take the liberty to mention thy of further discussion.. 801 of the Merchant's Coftq 30 Boatswains, 30. Gunners., 30Carpenters Notice is Hereby Given, \ V. V

Col. L. Clinch and Doctor Sailmakers.. and .
Duncan gentle- fJC< of Florida$ .
Willum nien well U.calculated Simmons to give such instructions Prices of Cotton. "11 the enclosed paper: dalco!. such number petty officers, sea- I the &unty Court, I will present the i V
laat yilt menotdinarr.seamen and boys, and apply for m-final V
ect.. the stoek the 1 th December .you accounts and vouchers .
V 1 have the the honor OtUhe; 1st of January markewas find hat the Emperor of the I'i. at the public exigencies require, settlement of the Estate. of Isaac IVsebastian .",
V
V of Cotton; in the Liverpool to be determined ** assigned to Levis, deceased< ; .
to be with great respect, 311,000bales zili I as,declared war against the ,ai *
Your Obedient Servant, ascertained tobe than Unit' d Provinces of Rio de! I Ia 'the different yards, s tations,'& ves- ; Barrios .. V-4 : :

Joseph M. White... :or 190,000 bales more Thi Plata Great preparations' .,w]re iels ia the Navy, under the direction ',VJ,, Administrator' V :. "V.;J I, .

Harbour at Ihe! same perl d.l.st year. 1 left Rio to The lIon. James when .. .
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PROPOSALS I'I'A miscellaneous department will 'be I ESRS' ..SHERIFFS- SALE'. : J' cola Book st io ri.
;
',4 ,devoted to the entertainment those i ; ,
: facambia
County.
I, 'or publishing, in Nwhville, Tennessee, I:who are fond of occasional relaxation IVED per Brig Amos PalmerNew County Court, -....

.. Weekly Paper, to be entitled the from more severe employment, by the J R'rtn York, and Harriet from John Lee Williams,! JUST received. ,per Brig St. Chi", w

perusal of tales, anecdotes, &c. I Qrltaoi i T j "'. adm'rofJ.H.Cbap.j. 1 from New-York"and foy salen

i Nationaanner, ; Such is a brief outline of the objects I'1irt ghl Cases and :Bale* 11JI Ge'bffiedto \ Un deceased- /-n.. fa. above,an additional assortment Boob, ..
the ,. IL among which are the following
: AND intended to be accomplished by publication the season, comprising, v I I.

.: Liter rg, Political& Commercial Gazette. here proposed.. It is meant to ,l I" Cambric Prints William ( ing.J and' the NEW WORKS.
of a magazine per virtue ot this execution
combine the advantages
and For the successful accomplishment I{Common do. do. BY proceedings had in this cause, 1 have Rothelan, a Romance of the English Bib

liD!HE main object of the proposed a newspaper.of this design, the publish. (Trench Callicoes, ten the right of the defendant to the tones, -

.. Q publication will be the develope. the promised aid and I CamSricks, Jackonet, Lawn, Stanhope's Letters on Greece, in 1823

Dent of the resources, physical and men. :er will rely efforts upon of several gentlemen of Bombazette, assorted colours, kiO31 &i1 and 1824,with Documents on the Greek ..

? tiLl, of this young but thriving and important :distinguished united talents and acquirements, I, Hosiepy" ', elegant worked rebels, .. Revolutioh, and the life ofAll Mustapha
section of \ bull dresses,
oar common country.- skill ace ,
% the editorial experience i
---. (V_*. <.<1 with thif object,a* Us means, as well as upon Erovnk'lcachds1iirting&sheeting .
; and auainmcnta of the individualto !' !l'ox and Intendencia Streets, Buchanan's Sketches of the North American .
and its results, will be. die diffusion or Superfine .10. <*"- .:u.---.. .
: whom its general superintendence and r k rrMCtofnBv.** Indian*,with ,A. plan for their .
.: intelligence of'every description calculated .' I Plaids, Strip, Indigo and furniturechecks. formerly occupied by me.f
will be confided. Allen
0 interest and benefit the community principal management I ,sHrting, ticking &c. ,&c. now in the possession ot Noah II. lioration
r It is surely time that some exertions on Tuesday the 4tn Theodoric, a Tale, and other Poems by
,the vindication of our just reputation 2 boxes boots c shoes, fine & coarse, and shall proceed
the support of our rights, and the :were made by the intelligent and p blic.. 1 2'trunks Lad s' silk, Mohair, and Moroccoshes dayofApnljiextat 12 o'clock, ai the Thomas Campbell,
. '' promotion of our Interests, not only as pinted citizens of Tennessee to vindicate Court House, to sell at Public Auction toi' The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipts

I American? but as citiiens of the west. the literary character of the State, S crates& 5hds. crockery, china and cash, the right of this Ueteuciant to the for Plain Cookery, &c. &c. &c.

: The paper will be, as its name imports, and to demonstrate the extent of her glass wae, aforesaid Lot,to satisfy this: writ and all Biography of the British Stage,being

"fl eminently national. It will have no narrow mental,'moral, and physical resources. 4 cashes 2 hinks assorted Saddlery, I cost thereon due. Lives of the principal Actors and Actresses *

e views, will be devoted to no party, Nothing is wanting but a concentrationof JIO cases, upe fine, com'n & wool hats' Wm. Davison ,
7 % will encourage no prejudices. It will be efl rt. It is hoped, therefore, that fi.e 2 trunks fine:::.itlery, The History of Matthew aid, by the

! :". c. ... designed at once for the gratification and importance of the object will furnish A 2 case, 2 truiks ready made clothing, Sh'D. Es': Cy. I author of Valerius &c.

improvement of the scholar, the lover of sufficient stimulus, and that with Tennesseewill the humble I 5 pipes old <;og. Brandy, Sheriff's Office, : Hallam's View of Europe, during toe
content
1 science,the professional man,the farmer, no longer be hitherto* 1 pipeone ipipt:old Madeira wine, I Pensacola, Dec. 5,1825.-41-1amts. Middle Ages,
has
; : the merchant, the mechanic, the friend obscurity to which she 100 sacks ground salt, The Spanish Daughter,

; of religion, the freemason, the phi Ian. been destined. Such a publication is. 4 tos iron, assorted sizes, The Human Heart, ..

: thropist, the statesman, the politician, now intended, is an important desideratum 4 bqidles steel, SialY A-rJ\\ngem nt. The Highlanders, a Tale,
the newsmonger. and the light reader. and if conduced with zeal, may no 3 catS hoes, r Scenes in Europe,Scenes inJAmenca,
doubt furnish facilities for the increase as Claiborne Mail.UE The Blank Book ofa small
.. Every efibrtwill be made to furnish some. 13 qrchcsts fresh tea, assorted Colleger,
. thing, at once nourishing and palatablefor well as the display of our literary Attain- I 2 bo' mustard, 1 on Thursday at 3 P. M. i Living Plays, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9tb
these various tastes. ments. The proposal is therefore respectfully 1 bo Cayenne pepper, '.<;los s on Friday at 10 A.; M. I and 10th volumes,
with the 1 II"
A liberal portion of its columns will be : ofl red to.the public, L5 hhdi\Orleans sugar, new crop, Tallahassee Mail. I I II TOGETHER WITH
of
encour-
.; occupied by original articles on literature utmost confidence adequate 20 bblsfresh flour, Due on Sunday at 3 P. M. I, .

; and science, and the number, tal. agement and support, 0 bags\l avan a gree n coffee. Closes on Sunday 6 P. M. Paley's Works complete, in 5 volfcRollins
\ ents -a nd acquirements of the gentlemen 'J' I Ancient History,8 vols.Plutarch's .
el'mS. 1 \ALSO IN STORE, Robert Mitchell. .
who to contribute Lives 8 vols.Josephtis's .
are pledged are ,
JTO ,ps. Kentucky\ bagging,
a sufficient guaranty for the respectability THE NATIONAL BANNER is printed on a 45 ps. Sqtch do. Post Master. I Works, 6 vols.
and value of those articles. The most large Superroyal sheet, with a small neat 12JJS.TW do. Pensacola, Dae. 31st,1825-3t.T3 Hamilton on Purgatives,

interesting new works, which from time type, entirely new and procured expressly I p) coils bile I Armstrong on Typhus Fever,
to time may issue from the press, both in for the purpose. It is i publishedby : I pounds bailing rope twine, iiited States Hotel, Miner and Tully on Fevers,

1 this country and Europe, will be noticed JOHN S. SIMPSON, at three dollars a! 110 tons assorted castings MOBILE. Orfila's Practical Chemistry, by Coxe,*

and J1"'D criticised.V'f'-. __.....The u._.situation__", .:..... .....and..;_._probe ..II- year\ IMC:payable I.lItkC in..,.advance.. ,._. AJv or four M-tia dollars..n :
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strictly attended to, and frequently will be inserted on the usual terms. I: bbls. whiskey, His friends and tue public, Walker's Dictionary! Qctavo and Pocket;

pointed out. The diffusion of learning, OQ" The first number of the MANNER is i! Wood's patent ploughs, that his house is again opened Milton's Works, 2 vols. gilt, *

by common schools academies,.and colleges received and may be seen at this office ; kegs ground paints, assorted colours, ;: :: i: for their accommodation Thompson's Seasons, 1 voL gilt

established and patronised among where subscriptions will be thankfully re: 7 kegs tar, .;. :: :!.; His bar room, dining room and Beauties of Shakespeare, do.

. ourselves, will be especially regarded and c'ci.ed.-Ed Pen. Gazette Sides soal leather, _ bed chambers, having recently Campbell's Poems, do.

most zealously ncouraged. Scientific Sides upper do. undergone considerable repairs and improvements Hervey's Meditatipns, do.
researches into the geology and ratural NOTICE.f Calves' Skins, he,trusts they will be found Pilgrims' Progress do.
-
history of the western country, will claimparticular F/TTERS Administration on the $bbls loaf and lump sugar, comfortable and convenient. He has Pope's Works? ,2 vols.* do.
attention while its
statistics will topography estate of Col. John Miller deceased, 3G baskets sweet oil, been particularly careful to have good Lights & Shadows of Scottish Life, do;
and noticed.
be.occasionally the subscriber 2 boxes assorted window glass beds,all of which are now new and clean. .
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by
Every thing likewise connected with its having been granted His bar and table shall be ALSO,
,. the of Es. 4, kegs cut nails, as well supplied -
.; .. first settlements, rapid growth. aid present the Count)' Court for County demands qr. casV Madeira, TenerifTe and Ma- as the market will enable him. His The Sorrows of.:Werter, Vocal Standard, .

r _. condition, will be carefully sought cambia ; all persons having to a- bga wine, for sale by stables are large and convenient and will Life Franklin, Paul and Virginia,
said estate are requested presentthe
utter and fully detailed. gainst be found well stored and well served William Tell, Gulliver's Travels &c.&c.
t Reports will be furnished of th* same immediately, and those inuebteil Stone & Nisbet. .... :--
proceedings WHICH,
One ot his stables has a ground floor tor
of our highest courts of law, are desired to nwke: payment to December. 10th, 1825. the use of race horses. -Having experienced together with the stock heretofore oft .

and of important legal decisions; and \V. Hasell Hunt, i NOTICE. I and active servalits, and being himself hand, composes a very extensive and general

communications on .medical subjects, Administrator' devoted to his business, he hopes to i assortment of books, and will bo
with accounts ofextraordinary cases, and A LL persons indebted to the estate sold at the New-York
4..... .. ......1 .C ......ft._... ...:n i._ _:..?.. Pensacola, Jan. 27,1826-48-8w. ...I' of James B. Stair deceased, are give contentment to such as may favor I prices for cash.-
.IUI&InUUI! ;) UI -1\'lInln F.WII' IJC tIYCU. him with their company. Families may Country Merchants and public or private
I, The man of business will find, under A. GORDON he eby requested to make immediate be accommodated with private rooms. Libraries furnished on the most liberal

'f our RANKER, much that may be useful payment; and those having demands are I terms, and such books as are ordered and.
nnd interesting to him. No pains will be Attorney & Counsellor Law; requested to present them at my office, W. Roberts. Ire not on hand, will be procured with as

spared to procure the earliest, most minute p |AS resumed the practice of his pro. duy. proven, for adjustment. aJThe: Cahawba papers Journal, Montgomery little delay as possible. Orders from a

I ( and accurate intelligence ofthe state Jw ression in the several Courts of_ West I Wm. Davison, Tuscaloosa Mirror, Louisiana distance will be as promptly attended tw
()the markets both and domestic. Advertiser, and Gazette, Pensacola. will
foreign Florida. Anubusiness confided to him, \ Executor. and meet with the same liberality as a .
I A correspondence will be opened aid will receive his prompt and careful atten- please insert the: above. once a week for personal application.
Dec.20th
Pepsacola, 1825. 43 8w. .
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regularly maintained with New Orlean tion. He may be consulted at his officein two nionthsand forward their accounts tu W. Hasell Hunt. ,

; and the principal eastern cities, spe. Pensacola. \ Bn yiff'B a\e the Commercial Register Office for pay I
.cially for the purpose of procuring and 27th 1826. meat. April 12th, 1825.
j furnishing in xletail such intelligence asp January-- .--,... 4 uperior Court, West Ftoritfa.Tios. 44-2m. I -- U

may be important to ihe merchant and Fruit and Ornamental Trees Comynt, Ex'r. of
-1. the farmer. The prices cf our staple pro. 1us.. Comynt deceased, j FOR SALE.
f ductions and of the principal 1 articles Qf E'i c.IDQ I vs. fit fa. Lost sometime in June last, following valuable
} very property]
; : importation, the extent of the demand, Francisco .liucimiUano A Note ol Hand THE in the City of Pensacola -
1Pmil1 Im 4'e St. .,'[ ,
t. the rates exchange, &c. will be given aenl.f" and its immediate vicinity, belonging tu
)Y viltue of this mOR. the sum of two hundred dollars, ;
) execution

; With as much promptitude and accuracy I have ta.Mken Col. John R. Fenwick, is offered for sale
t : as possible. A portion of the will PROPRIETOR OF THE the right title and interest of 4.L' signed by William Loftin and Geo ;
paper | for term, apply to the subscriber, who is
be uniformly devoted to the subject of agriculture Linoean Botanic Garden, tU4 defendant, to all the remainder the Cumming, and payable to William B. his du constituted and
agent attorneyin
Wills dated of
,>and the mechanic and manufacturer FLUSHING, LONG ISLAM, : about the sixth seventh fzic*..
will be furnished with accounts, to the public, his very ex- July 1824. All persons are hereby forewarned
as full as can be obtained, of the must iO\.ERS.: tensive collection of the choicest i,I Unsold Land, from trading for said notefor it is &Housfc & 110t, .

.'. valuable improvements that may from fruits, the selection which has been the property of the subscriber 1m iat present occupied by the

time to time be made in the productionsof made with the greatest care during more confined in the "Casa Rlanca' tract" of N. H. Mitchell; Subscriber, a most pleasant

:_ the arts and in the various species' of. than half century, and to which large recent C &mIPIE Dec. 29th 1825. -46-3t. | and desirable( residence. If not soon sold,
i machinery.The additions have been made.
will be toj-entby the yearto an approved
great efforts that are making for The assortment of ornamentaltrees fining to this City on the West, and |tenant, together with some furniture.A .

; .. the diffusion of moral And religious truth flowering scrubs and banded on the south by Pensacola Bay, S'falIONA1.ON Lot adjoining the ,South comer of
and t'uoo"cxte,>>ion of the blessings of civilization !!plants, is also very extensive.- ant) hall proceed on Tuesday the 4th of Redding Street, at the uppe1end of ..

: will oe carefully watched and' I Also,of Bulbous flowers, which Ajf il next, at 12 o'clock, at the Court HAND AND FOR SALE AT THE the pub lie"square. "

their results made known. Without entering includes 620 varieties of Tulips, 380 of IIkketo sell at PUBLIC AUCTION Pensacola Bookstore

y. into the dissentions of sectarian : Hyacinths, besides a great variety of other fore ash, the defendant's right to so much zOO a-r e1\S ot Lanil,

..; controversy, or attempting to furnish the species. The green house departmenthas oft. e aforesaid tract of Land, as will pay An Assortment Stationary consisting 'OJ

I' details missionary-tnlerprize, a faithful also been greatly extended, and now lug; urn of two hundred and twelve dol- /jjfvUILLS, superior quality, more or less, fronting! St. Rosa Sound,
': record will be given of the most important comprises above 1800 species, among laj\\'S cents debt, and. all cost then due Letter, Folio and Cap paper, and opp ostte to the City of Pensacola,

k i intelligence, respecting theprogress which are the most splendid and rare uIP this writ. Wafers, Sealing Wax, near to the improvements of Judge

i *...- *, 1, of our holy religion in every part of the kind;,, including 30 kinds of orange., W. Davison Peg Cork, Glass and Pocket Inkstands, Brackenrjdge ; situations like ihis are
? world. lemons and citrons, 28 of the camel Red Ink Powder, destined to become valuable residences

1 .; A corner will be occasionally devoted liaJaponica Japan rose 200 of geraniums a'. S/t'jff'Es.. County.S'"c.1" Japanned Sand Boxes, Paint Boxes, for the summer, as well as for the cultivation
,
,..::: ; to an uccouut uf ua.MJni: ; pruccedirig'S; so ,.'!) of heaths and green and bohea o&- .. lie d Tape, Indian HuL,l> p,. of the Orange, &c..
; T ; far as they may be deemed interesting to tea,plants, olives, myrtles, cape: jasmins, len
:. ; the craft and worthy publication; and &cj. &c. In the collection are about 10,000 Sne-riff Sale.Stfjieriir '. Camel's Hair do. 8Olrpens\ ol Land,

2 a regular register will be furnished of thfe grape vines of the finest European kinds \ Pencil Cases,
officers from lime to time elected in the f wine: and the table, and above Sop varieties Court, We8t Florida. Indelible Ink, Drawing Paper & more or less, about three miles north of

4. : several grand lodges and grand chapters of the most beautiful roses, including & Jane Inncrarity, ") Bonnet Boards, Pensacola, and known by the name of
Symnessa, which there is comfort-
on
throughout the United States. a
: 54 kinds of Chinese monthly roses, I i VS. U. fa. ALSO
*F': Nor will political topics and the news and 9 of the Moss rose. Also, 73 varieties JlSlfan/ dila Carrera., 3 Clothes and Hair Brushes, able dwelling and outhouses, and was occupied

of the day be overlooked. A summary of the double dahlia. The new catalogues I virue cf this execution and the Common Scissors, Razors, some time since by Col. Waltonthere -

: vil!be given, in a condensed form indeed for 1825 are 'just published, and B'I proceedings had in this suit, I have Superior Windsor Soap and is an excellent stream of witer running -
but as much in detail as the limits I Common Watch through this tract of land, and it is
of
may be obtained gratis ofV.. Hasell Hunt, 'Iskeji tie right this defendant to the Keys.
of such a publication will permit, and I well timbered-there is not, perhaps, in
as an4 orders left with him, or forwarded W. Hasell Hunt.
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: much the I this vicinity, a more eligible] situation fora
so probably as mass of readers mail to the will with
per proprietor, meet
\lOUSb & Pensacola 15th Oct.1825. saw mill.
may deem important, of the prominent prompt attention, and be shipped to any : LOTof .
occurreuces in our own and foreign coun- port designated. -- Also, .
tries. The proceedings of Congress and \ Sundry articles of household furniture.
November 18th, 1825-38-tf. situated No. 296, oh Govern. No'rJ.CE
I \ of the State Legislatures will be noticed Robert Mitchell
I men Street in this City, and shall ,
: and such as are material and of general NE W-YORK MIRROR on Tuesiay the 4th of April nextat proceed John de la Rua, Agent & Attorney in fact,

interest, minutely recorded. IS o'clockat the Court House, to sel vs. 1' for Col. John R.Fenwick.
It is not intended to engage in any of ANDLadies9 thetarceat PUBLIC JIUCTIOJf for Theheils of Turner Pensacola, 4th Jan. 1826.-15-tf .
/ the little political controversies of the Literary Gazette. Starlc, the heirs J
cash, tusatisf/ and pay the sum of three PARTITION ,
times, nor to make this paper the vehicle D. C. hum re and'three dollars 19 CoL Jos. Philips, Collector's ,
\lotc\\kiss cents for Office District of Penncda,?
: of personal or party feeling. It will I K. Call James llaage
oc. debtjand all costs then due ;OfjIN I
S
this
on writ. November 24th 1825.
: casionaUy, however, be devoted I No. 4. Canal ,
to the Street, N. Orleans, "V. and all oth I
t $uport of what are deemed important TICKING Agent for the above publica- J, Davison, concerned. Notice is Hereby CivenA

cardinal political principles. It will sometimes <<- J. tion, will receive subscribers at 4 Sh'ffE. County. A HUE above named.John de la Rua will To Masters of Vessels trading to Pen:

discuss questions of political eco perannum; payable in advance ; Nos. 1 fn-"y/"'"Office, 'd, apply at the next term of the Superior ,i sacola, that the 17th section of the

nomy. It will inculcate respect for our to 14, are just received. The above is a Pens cola, Djc 1st, 1825-40-lamts. Court, for the District of West'Flori I. .I Post Office Law,will be strictly enforced

fedrral and State constitutions and a weekly publication, printed in the royal T J da, to be holden at Pensacola, on the first I I from this date.Geo.

itrict undeviatingcompliance with their quarto form, on fine paper, with a bur.' NOTICE.Tip Monday; of Ala next. for partition of a certain W. Barkley

provisions. It will discountenance all geois type, and in neatness and beauty of I } my inteition immediately to insti. tract of land, lying and being to the -
p1. -. undue interference. between the sevetVi workmanship, is surpassed by no period. : tutea suit] in the Superior Court of east of Bayou Texan in Escambia County I D ft. Collector. S
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< -n.r.- r uic govern***.., Ma au -' r.klt. .ituM ;.. America. the-Western District "or' nuiia, to oe "onto&l II I III)A/ur hundred arpemsmore Pensacola Nov.23th,-1825-39-. 1. J-
: unnecessary and dangerous collisions be. held at Pensacola on the first Monday of I or'less, commonly known by the name of

tw een the Slates respectively and the na JUST RECEIVED May next,on a certain Mortgage, bearing Gonzales tract-one undivided

tion. It will discourage sectional jealouses I FOR SALK. AT JRETenaacola die 15th September 1821, given by sixth part'whereofis owned and possessed thirty. 1826.
; and local prejudices. But 'while Carl s Beeler to Charles
for in
Ivy, securi fee simple by the said John de la
*. .I it strives thus to cultivate a national spirit, ... Book Sto're, i ir the payment of 684 dollars principal Rua lone halfpart of the whole by the,
will boldIJ..maintain the and ufrht!i\e\ interest due
it rights zeal- AN ADDITIONAL ASSORTMENT thereon. The land said heirs of Turner Stark twelve I
ou sly support the interest of the west- Blank Books OF bInd by said Mortgage consists of 320 I sixths by the said; heirs of;Jos. Philips thirty! I, Just \
Sale
Received'andCor
It
country. will endeavor to situate I
the
point a on North
[ nsp western side four thirty sixths by the said It. K. Call .
out ern teal he claims character of the west, by developing .,. Playing Cards, o'fie 1P.outb of Escambia River, on a part and one thirty sixth by the said James, AT THE .
'N of this younger portion o vhich the town of Beelersville is
the r Letter Taper I laid Ramage as tenants in common-and this
,e confederacy and without P nlacola Book-Store
under.
; oa." \ notice is given to all concerned in the S .
tI
: f the rights or merits of the citizen Penknives &c. aforesaid
.ng &c. John Lee Williams I tntct of land .
I to
I pursuant an act
vui sections of the mIlllm
of oth cr he equal rights- and country merits, of it will the W. Haaell Hunt; t J I .lttOf7lty for Mortgagee. to provide for.the partition of..lands in ; S ,;
thia '
assert thardyf and intelligent sons of the ..Pensacola, 19th Dec. 1825. Pentujola, 3d Dec. l825412am4m.coparthershp Territory.. Louisiana & Missiesippi

brave, The immense importance of turn- I oti Jn. de la Rua.
) Deerskins and 'Beeswax.nnHE e.in ALMANAC FOR 1826.
.
; west. ds, canals and other branches of Pensacola, Feb. 3, l826.498w.BL1 .
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.. pike roaimprovement, will be illustrated highest market price,will be giv- ,oU. heretofore exist. ----.. ,Price-per groce, g 10 ,
between I
J. en in Cash for Dcerskinsand JiIi Wm. Wright&;Charles
lid enforced, and every ,effort will be Bees. '* r dozen 1 '.
Pinr this
made to induce,the people of Tennessee wax,! by sold is day' by mutual consent I i U single'one, 1"1 k. /

to give Uicaa at least a Cur:eipetiment. j John lerlison jr. Of various descriptions c',
ale
c Tah see, Dec 20th, 1825.4rr 3 for atI I W. Hasell Hunt.

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