Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: March 18, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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VOL. III. r Prinii pia, non h.nnnc*.) PEN'S.\CO' LA, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1826., 't 0lpen to. al parties! *'.ififiutfieetiby l ;BoaeJ. Ne, 3., a r

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PUBLISHED fcVKBT 5LTDfDLt. Lamar commanding officer ota* t collected tube paid.'t.f _to ''th S .they. shall forfeit to the 'count y AnftcttfttJitaiiatctiaeee. effectual! .'3
:BY W. HASH\ i1L HU'( r r. company uf Infant' or foot :Mill county Treasurer for county pm-fteti dollars over and abort the to provide ft..the nignmiiiiiin. tf t& ,zAli !

SOLE EDITOR AND I'HOPRICTOHJ tia throughout this Territory* i, poses,. unless sufficient excuse' br damages that may accrue to truth lit&., ,

Publisher of the Laws of the United!(S Qtt, hereby authorisedempowered and\ made to-the officers of such com owner by the. absence of such Be it cntttcd.6y .she Governor

and of the Territory ofFlorida.SuBSCBirTios required, severally & respective!) I pany on their next muster day J slave. ond Le,Jath1t. Council_ 9f tat

-Year ... 5 : together 'with the baltern officersifany -\, and it shall be the duty of patrol I1. And le it further enacted Territory of'Florida. That it shall -
3. ,
fhlf year 1 be tbe duty of the Colonels .
to make a true and just return or That of -*
50 they case in which a fiDe
Quarter yearx,1 every
shall in' concert subdivide and all defaults defaulters ) in their such regiments of the Militia aft
Single paper twelve and an half-cent. ( or other punishment may be adjudged .
Subscriptions payable in advance.'AnrERTisisn layout his district into as many] respective districts, to the top lain against any individual un have not Complied with the pro

-livery advertisementof \nlent patrol l divisions as they] commanding officer of the com der the hbflve acts the party defendant Visions of the first section of the a
width of column and measuring act to which this is amend .
one think and the muster day after they an
shall most con
proper pany on ] shall have a right to -
not more than twelve hues of this' t> pe aPpeal meat, to cause a muster of such ...
vrment to the men which saidubdiiisicp9 shall have been appointed, of "
first insertion one dollareach week! con ; to a justice the peace, ir r
regiment be
tinuunce fifty cents; longer and wder I shall thenceforth be 5. Be it further enacted, That within his jurisdiction, and if not, to held at such
times and
ones at the same rate. Rule and :figure : the,patrol divisions, until altered. every patrol shall >go to, and examine then to any cool having jurisdiction places. shall be designated .

work, double price for the first insertion :;:by like Authority, and wherein lb.owntrs .< the several plantstions in thereof by the said Colonels or -

Advertisements will beUstefuliv displayed of seuled plantations: as I their divisions at such :rimes as; Passed. December 6th 1825. the commanding officers of such

will, according be measured to the by matter nature of of them this sized, and 'well ath ; other inhabitants of they in their discretion shall see Approved, December 8th 1825.\ regiments weeks'notice:. Provided of the'time, That six -

.. type. When inserted at intervals, (that :an\' iucii. pairol divisions, as well \fit, one night in fourteen at least, and
8, not inserted every week,from the first .alar n mete fcs others of horse and and they shall tike up all slate An act to incorporate Jackson Lodge of place of such muster, shall be given

to the last insertion) each insertion! WIll 1 foot, bew en the age of sixteen which they shall find without-thefences I Tallahassee in the City of Tallahassee ) by posting at the Court house, .
be charged as a new advertisement.; if and at two other of the most pub t
cleared their .
i and sixty years, shall be subject or ground .
Amounts for advertising payable alwayson lie
demand. to tlir patrol duly: of that division 'owners, who have not a ticket or Oe it enacted b y the Governs i places in the County. .
7th 1825.
03s Liberal contracts will be made and shall l:, eitluV b) tilt mseh s In JeSler or other token to slew the and Legislative, Council of the Approved December 9th 1825. ,

with those who wish to advertise by the person or by othf'rs mployH for reasonableness of their Absenceor Territory of Florida, That, Ro- ,. .

year.Qjf. \that purpose, do their patrol du- who have not some white person I ber Butler, Robert W. 'Villi ems An act to establish a ferry a across the Oct ..
: All communications to the Editor I ty regularly according to the in- in company give anaccouni I and Isiiam G. Searcy the present i 'lockony River. .

Bust be pOd paid, orthtry will be aUt; del tent dud meaning of this act. rfhis, her or their bus/tens and] officers and their successors and Br il enacted 'by the Governor ._, I
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to or not,as suit his convel ience. I .., lye1er"oryof __ -- --- -
.......:. 9. u, if fltd....+ .n.,+f-J, TVif At !.u.u r4l..1 M..J correct every others who are or may hereafter' "ow'5
P OETICdL.s any captain or commanding; officer such slave oesla veslby snipping become members */ I-...fc.nr Florida, That WilLiam _
Lodge of Tallahassee in the city Ellis, be and he is hereby
.. fall subdivide with switch skin
shall omit or $ to a whip or cow. I 0 "
/Vow Miilcdgnitle Ga. Jtccorder.Me his company district in manner hot exceeding twenty lathes. ; of Tallahassee, shall be and are vested with the right und power ,
*rs. .h.'dilc'a.-Tht" folio hereby declared to be a body corporate of establishing a 'rYi..ntl charged
herein bofore injoined, or, after J| 6 Be ii further enacted, Thai
reflections were suggested to : and politic in name and with the duty oC keeping the
wards at any muster day or within ,t shall be the duty of Patrols to .
me by witnessing the uiiwearieOattentions !five days after such muster day, isperse all improper assemblage in deedby the style of Jackson same in good repair, 'across the "
and of affectionate i of and the Ocklockony river, at ,or near
painful vigils Lodge Tallahassee by
I shall neglect to prick off the several (>r meetings of negroes aiove sevn .
wives, whilst.attending I said name and style shall have where the old Tallahassee trail .I:
patrols as is hereinafter directed : ( in nuaider. ) that may tike place
the sick beds of their husbands. for perpetual succession of officers crosses the said river, and the
that every such captain or : purpose ofdnnKtig or on
If you have no' hint; better, you commanding officer so failing shall : any other occasion unatthuriseci6y and members, and a common seal said William Ellis shall continuein .
insert them in Olio.C1V1S.. to and snail have full the enjoyment of the said right
may : your respectively be subject to & pay the their owners, and snatld such ; power
to make alter amend and of ferry, for the space of tea
penalty of ten dollars ; to be recovered degrees fail to disptrse immediately change
Who represents angelic worth, by warrant of distress, under when notified or behave insolently such by-laws as may be agreed years ; Provided, he shall _so long,
Yet dwells in realm below iWho the said in '
the members the keep repair.
is the glory of the earth, the hand of any justice of the to the patrol, they maybe upon by samt"tProvided \
Be enacted That
2. it
further \
The source of joy'and balm of woe? peace for the district where such taken up and whippet as bef always, tha: such bylaws \
it shall be unlawful for other
are not to the constitution any
.offence shall be committed, which )re, with a switch, whip or cow repugnant '.
Let him who asks, to woman turnA and Laws of the United person or persons to establish or .
"- hum when collected shall >i" paid: s &in, each one so offending not -
chaste impartial eye, States or the laws of this Territory keep a ferry, within two miles
Treasurer for lashes
he''In discern f.W'r to. the county exceeding twenty thought
in her,
Fourtray'd of this ferry, on said rivers by this
: and all masters ey may have passes ; and AU
A pleasing,foil reply- county purposes '
Be it further enacted That act provided for unless the same
2. ;
i l p'arenis"' guardians shall furnish free, negroes found in sued improper { -
Who ease;every paiqful ttate.; any apprentice minor or associations of slaves'shall b<. they shall have full power and, authority shall be for his, hers or their own

Which man is doom/d to.bearf ward under his'r their care with s jt'ct.to share the same treatment under the name ,and style fLtsit'tlst' and not'forltp':. ux-. ,. > _< ... s .
Who blunts the ruthless dartof fare, I of tolL. :' & "':_ ,( .
of Jackson of Tallah.asst gathering '
Lodge pose : :
a' horse and equipage ; ?, ,..,F, "__ ._
And smooths the rugged brow of care? : | necessary Be' further -THaStit : r'" i
take hold and enjoy real and 3. enaft&k < :
'I.. I I required, to perform patrold uty at '7. Be it further enacted,That to ,
., aon"tptoperiy, to,sue for and. ,shall;be', 'the duty oMhe..:.bai* i i.- : .:.
If an infectious-fejrerJmtjUL: ._.- ... sbch tim ** may b* ;,j p-point. l, t ,r' c..p'.in. .r .nT-; l "L.ahan -
recover ail-such sum'"br sums f William Ellis, hU ,heirs, executors '
And: frighted friends relrf.ati under penalty \l five dollars, and give one day's notice 10 the men '
1Vho for ,he Imstjund aahge'i spurns ? that.I ; they shall also be bound to turn out, and when on du'y may money as now is or hereafter may) administrators and. assigns,
Who at his bed side holds hr scat ? become due tosaid$Lodge, by ;,t all times to keePin good repair
pay: all fiuts that may be imposed i1: all times appoint his next_ tim any
and where name or style whatever, in any a flat boat, or other craft of suf i. i ,
Or if in life's last stage he pisps.; for failure perform duty whenduly turning out to meet, "
notice be sufficient court of Law or at any tribunal deft i sizt to carry across the said
Whose lip receives his breit.iiVho ? : notified, to be adjudged by a which jbhall '
\ then his feeble system clasps majority of the company officers to all present,y and the said cup having juiisdiction thereof and do river a loaded waggon and team, : :
And with embraces mellows death ? all other natural and that he the said Ellis shall ...
of the district in which they reside tin may direct or point out the acts as persons,, ;
levied distress and k nd of arms they shall and mayPpersonal urchase and hold re a). be subject 'to such regulations as '
Oh, woman boasts like these are thine,, and by appear ;
Justly, they're thine alone; siltof; the offender's goods under with; and it is hereby .made theduty and mixed property and .nay be established by the county .

Due tny an.-else merits ah.ne: the hand and seal ot the captainor of every person called on to dispose of the same tor the bene- court of the county of Gadsden,
Here is thy virtue truly mown, fit of the institution : Provided, and teceive toll agreeably to an
officer of'lhe dis- furnish himself with the
n_ ..... 4. -._.. ...-_. ...".... commanding necessary
: : that said Lodge shall not at order of Said court, Unless otherwise
rice, or by a justice of the peace ; arms and equipage and horse ; to
1.\\\\8 Or \u.l\ the money when collected to be be obedient to the order 'of said auy one time hold real estate to a provided for by the Legislative

-. paid to the Trt aburer for the bent- captain* and carefully t.: avoid intoxication greater amount than of the cost Council of this.Territory;

,,. : .. / fit of the county unless sufficient while on duty, under of ten thousand dollars or emit 4. And be it funher enacted, Thatso

oht,41l excuse be mad to the officers. of the t penalty of five dollars &r ei-. under any pretext bills of credit or much of an act to establish a .
bills or notes for the of ferry over the river tt klockony -
v &4ir! company on the next muster
t ** *..9 y I day. adjudge 1 money. as militates .gaih.t this ict be and '

* 6 I 3. B repealed. ., .

Approved December... 8th 1825.. Passed December 8th 1825. .
be levied
on. every ouster day the captain .t to by a warrant of'di x Approved December 9th 1825

or commanding officer shall prick tress under the hand and seal -- .. -.,.-. ;
ofl'trom-riis list, adding in alarm jf the Cuptain or commanding An act to establish ferry across the 0- = rJftlI
cilia River. i C ELL. Np
uten and'minors, not less: than six officer of the company, or by a Be it enacted by the Governorand I __ __ .- -- 0,\ f

nor more than ten names, from justice of the Peace ; he money Legislative Council of he T the Editor l'M Peniacola Gazette. .

wnicii number he shall Select one wte sp collected to be paid over to I Territory of Florida, That William SiR-:i'he. Baltimore laze.tte-

6 proper person as captain, and that: th? 1'reasu"erorcountt purposes. Evans be, and he is hereby, )f the 30 1 h"an.. last, contains under l

the patrol may .be divided or subdivided B. Be it further enacted That: vested with all the right; and 'hehead of" Development of .

according to the c ,nv(- th ;patroU siidh enter into all ne- charged with all the duties, of establishing Electricity by Muscular Contrac- '

nience of the men to act within >gr t' nouses and suspected places the'keeping a. ferry over lion," the report or rather the abstract .

tne several ;ub-divmons of the ind !search for art.ts and other offer -!. the Ocilla, at the poiqt interacting of, an experiment made by

district, making returns to their she or improper weapons, and of the main road, whichn Doctor Edwards in that branch 5 5of

BY AUTHORITY. captain, and he to the. captain of rns y l lawfully seize and take away '>vr is established and leading the most important phenomena ,

An act for the relief of VVilliara Drum the district ) and if any person all such arms, weapons' and ammunition from Tallahassee: to St. Au u&- iu nature, as yet so little known, .
mond. and it hall be the duty 1 mean Electricity. For those
shall have been regularly appointed dine ; and the said William Evans,
Whereat it is represented to ; of such within three who have been accustomed
to command the patrol agreeably patrol days his heirs executors, admin stray to
this present Legislative Courri1.that : to the abovt recited act, who after any such seizure, to take the tors and assigns, be and remain, consider this extraordinary agent, ':
1 {
Martha Drummond, forw ly before the of only as connected with tbe effects
shall refuse to accept of such com lame, nearest justice for the term of ten yearsr vested,
Martha Rain, has violated herconjugal thereof ih and make oath of them of Thunder it -
mand or after acceptance < peace and charged with the rights and may perhaps appear
fidelity to her husbamJ! ,i shall refuse or neglect to performhis < nuer of such seizure, and if noPe i duties aforesaid. singular thai the epithet of y
William Drummond, an inhalant -;- + calls within week most important shoold be attachedo
duty, vjch person so offending son one 2. Be it further enacted, That '
of St. John's county in this shall; for every such ,offence forfeit [hereafter and makes'\ proof that it shall bo unlawful for any other a sut'many

Territory.Be : and pay a sum: not exceeding ihe same belongs to him or her, person or persons to establish oi j in consequence of the dread which v i;

it enacted by the Governor; ten dollars lo be adjudged by a 'ihe articles shall on the next con- keep a ferry within four miles of they are impressed With ; heel, to

and Legislative Council of the majority j of the officers of the (ble's sale day be sold and the the ferry by this act provided for, 'hose who are aware that electricity '

Territory of }Florida That the company and levied by distress proceeds paid over to the Treasure unless the same shall be for his, plays a part even in the mi '
marriage the aforeAid'iHiaOi. ., and sale of the offender's goods : for county purposes. her, or their own exclusive use nutest alterations of every atom -

Drummond with Martha his wire, urder the hand and seal of the captain Be it further enacted. Thatit and not for the purpose of gathering ,n creation, it certainly appears '}

formerly Martha Rain, he> and or commanding officer of the svh hall: not b* lawful fr any slave, or receiving toll. 10 deserve the most serious inves tY

the same is, hereby dissolved ; company or a justice of the peace, un ess in the presence of some 3. Be it further enacted" ', That tigation. My personal information ,

and the said William Drummondis civilor the money to be paid 10 the ;p erson, to carry and make i\ shall be the duty of the said considerably too.eacb I litait-

hereby released from all Treasurer. for county purposes. us GfJiihttarms or any' offensive William Evans, his heirs> execs ed, allows me not, to throw any

moral obligation, to contributeany 4. Be further enacted, That we Pou ,;whatever, unless such tors, administrators and assigns, light on the subject,,1 only tneafl ..

money or other thing,of to the the all ]and every person or persons da ire shall have a ticket or license at all times to have, and keep in LO communicate the following :' .

support or maintenance liable to do and perform patrol du- in writing from his master or mis- good repair a flat boat of suffi fact.. .' :.' ;

Qaid:Martha Drummond, formerly) tY,":"as prescribed in the above recited tre is or overseer to'hunt' and kill !' cient dimensions to carry across In the article ,above alluded to, .,:, ':

Martha Rain. ,act, who shall refuse or neglect >ame cattle or mischievous birds said river a loadedwaggon and the P'P.in.llhni! .td to a develop- \ .

Passed. December 6th A.1825.BELLAMY, to do so shall forfeit and or I caste of prey, and that such licence team, and that, they shall be entitled meat. of electricity by muscular. I '

President of the Legislative Council pay a sum not exceeding two dol- l be renewed once every week. to receive at the said ferry contraction tt}fM,r mechanicallyor

3AML. FRY. Clerk.Approved IaN for each offence to be adjudged I los Be it further enacted, ''That toil at 'su P h rates, and shall 'be,! chymiealty exerted".Ato&tbc ex? '

December 8th 1825WM.P.UUVAT. by a majoruysrof the company ;it any person or persons shall pre subject to such regulations,. asjmay; perimeot- reported i* altogether

., officers of the district and levied Hwne to give ticket or licence be established by the County of the first class;*>aine ,was abs.- 4

Governor of the Territory of Florida.An .. by distress and gale of the offend : to 4ny slave who is the property Court of.the(County of Leon. and.; Ite'jpI' the aecoadf et the result ..

Patrols. er' goods under the hand and'seal t or under the.care orahar'gc of any .the. Legislative Council of this of ttSvas,perfectly identical wits" t
act to
govern luther without the consent. of the .. (hose of Doctor. Edwards ..
Be it enacted by the. Governor of !the captain or commanding'officer ; Territory .' <
and Legislative Council of the Terftiory : i of the district, or by a.1um. owner or other person" havragthargg P..04 cetn p tnnl825. In-the_ '-tumroer, tseAson-,nheninBcctscallcd ,. .t h e ;

of Florida Thai every cap ,lice' of the peace j:thenonewhy, j., of_ tttch slave, be.I.hC't or pptqYCQJJ.. trcr 9th 182k, ,._'<)k. ,*: .. Locusts-# *..- ,- .. WCT* V.? ..eq
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From tAt Ball!mtrt 4mersean: charges the
valley barrel

abundant, a young lad*.tp,*rhom. tim nonconductor of electricity, a form blip I benefit for which to the all commnnity who partake large of it, Our 'readers' wHx perusewl' :"Is attached a,, moteablo,),towhich ) (
;c rjed notions. .of,i:. h"'emistr1'calg oCtmu.sc1e perfectly similar bound to_ 'contributesomethinlg : .much interest theccount'of PCkins' .r : joint, was given _a,lateral direction

ht one of them"'which entered and, size, b t which, it.will conductor! be-,remarkediisvah are in justice' inTeturn=Tlie. proprietor ? -Steam_ Gun, 'which i it Wpu.ld : and, 'the. balls, .perforated 'a ...plankaearl

our laboratory whilst.we' wer$ : er1he'contact"noW,excellent .no;I I established: it,at'''his own riskat : Sf-em, has now,be n brought to.lbe ,tweive feet mjength., ; ,Thus,
making some demonstration with repetition and maintainsit perfection aimed at by the ingenious if oPP0 acid to aregiment in line
ence ,
at I a heavy
or exi
the head of the longer caused contractions, difficult '
the Voltaic-pile ; inventor. The greatest the steam be
I :70f applicationand gun might made tact o
feeble.In by a diligence
off immediately most they were extremely Perkins had i to'
animal was cut trnsity"of labour, of which } which Mr. Irom one of its extremities to

t _".,..; and the trunk placed in contactvith the first experiment the, the contact electricity few of those who are benefited by contend with, but; has now overcame ; the other. A similar plank was

\ the when to our developed by the formation of a ..fterflards
apparatus and it have the most 'distant idea. He I was generator : placed in a perpendic
the rattling usu- of the nerve is retained, sufficient lit. This I
utmost surprise asks nothing in return but an equitable of 8treJI ular position, and, in like manner

ally heard from that insect was its influence is concentrated on remuneration of his ser- obstruction obviated, there appears i there was_ a stream .of shot boles
immediately produced by the dead the nerve itself. In the abstracted.If vices from the community in lobe. no longer (reniarl'! from the top to the bottom. lit*

b"dy : the noise was as -distinct case the electricity is which he resides. But supposethat the New York Post) any question thus proved that the steam gun

and maintained for as long a timeas the, presence of electricity were unhappily to contain as to its, complete success, and has not only the force of gunpowdt"r

1 heard it from any similarinsect merely adventitious, br. Edwaids : community .. .1 of view
ever but small ot roar- Mr. Perkins. in .one point but also admits of any direction -
mechanical a portion
I IF:' when alive. vVhen the 1 thinks that the kame viduals who are sufficiently liberal may be considered a benefactc being given to it.. But what
the excitation ought in both cases to
rattling ceased we repealed effect but the to appreciate the value of Ii to mankind. An'eud must now seemed to create, most surprisewas
the .
the produce same ;
operation presenting be to siege of towns for effects of of
ofht' difference is decided.-He .there press as a public institution. or I put ; the volley balls
to Illtcontact apparatus of the what possibility is there of the brick wait .
remarks lore concludes that electricity is to make a proper estimate i aj P discharged against "

in a different way; we raised- about essential muscular contraction. services of those who have undertaken I poaching s, place defended by a by the side of the target. They

tha i"i left Vmj, machine which would destroy hole of
the drudgery cf couductinit absolutely dug a ) -
one fourth of an inch from the y within its reach in in the wall
thing is
From the Louisville Public Mvcrtiser, ; and suppose a much larger every dimensions and
and that scaly part
body a Too cumbrous for half
Theory porticn so sordid as to withhoi moment.- penetrated almost one through
undrr that wing entered into con Ca tt. Symme.s' new :
.,. their support, because they can, transportation with an army, as a its thickness. We heard severalofficers 0
the ling. of the Earth.Mr .
tnd rat
traction l I through the liberal few, be accommodated means of att ack and ton powerful declare their belief, that,
T>t?s .repeatKd successively and i Editor ihe t Ml ins brirf'oulline
without incurring the for-re si stun ce, it must remaiforever in had the balls been made of iron
T-iiously 18 times: the rattling ul Capt. Symmca theorymaybe ,
mighty expanse l of 3 or 4 centa : a perfect security from invasion instead of lead, they would. have

.tt ... a' '.,1::) time dimi shed itii'orc" i i 'ntereS'iug to those c.itizns I day. Would not such niggardln Should the inveniprove r actually made a breach throughit

after wlucb we cool .. and vicinity,
& duration f Louisville I
<+ ss deserved to he hooted at as a applicable to the propulsion the wall was 18 inches thick.

no l.n:1-r: ''()lain any bound or apparent ,I. who had not an opportunity 1 of' scandal to the community Wh of vessels, navigation on theoc-.a

c iiitraction, and the sc ul)' attending his late lectures. would tot laugh at the idea cone will alb undergo an entire. change;; Extract of a letter from gentleman of the
which. we had thus kept I Capt. hynmes supples .t.he in Illinois, to his
part tJf
half of the community boi- in a word, the utmost stretch first respectability
action appeared to hate loss ..n : earth .u be a hollo :>f tare, With I hats and shoe speculation as to the appiicatio friend in chic city, dated 20/A Dec.' 35.Mr. .
r the mucus whirh- insect another in cavities at the polt's.and within I Owen is expected daily.
from the other, to make a 1tapp'a1aUc of this power, can hardly oe con.
which had not been submit th4cxviirsr: txt: US" e surface of Harmony, notwithstanding the
sideied .
in on particular occasions extravagant.From
-to the scale process; we found rx cvwn'ry possesing: ) a mild cliniat: many that have been expelled, has.
: lti\i at the same time ddmi. r
tan' Th se two insects havinbe >; and !probtbiy! inhabited. increased vn numbers, and now a-
that no tailor, hatter or shoemaker the London Times.
A I, left on a bt-ncn while w ; wen 1'1115htor)' tie enUeavors to estabiish mounts to 1150 men women and
.. coi.il ever hope lo thrive among MR. PEKKlNS S EA-
to tlMin.:.r, observed on rrurn'ing : i children, and I am sorry to say
I Hinh people ? Yet it is the GUN.-The ncit'hbothoou o:
ha thf an's had taken posses:; 1st.B ;)hil',sophical principle: i U at present as sad an assemblage
same irjury to the inteit'st of the Mr. Perkins safety stean engine' I
iron f Pit one that had not beer and experinvTus. : [>Infidels and Atheists as ever

_- I. .. to..., -_..J *-- -U .1 4tv? 2d variety of facts,, I printer, lu make one newspape manufactory near Regenr's'l'.rk, a4lrctvJ. The most fir' f0
By a gret dozen readers, as It was on lUebUay thrown nr.o great
ot ht'r lull'a 1
,. t.tun uutttiw. 1._ .....wujuctl for 01 serve language is made use of-unfit toUt
incited.. Sir, the Baltimore Gazette any other supposition.{ i would b> to the tailor, to _make a consternation !by so-.re tre: cndou. !s !: > repeated, and those who makeuse -

has mentioned fine drew coat serve the purp'seof arising from the discharge
op&"ralionundt"r reports
The -ld ihrury. supposts tw} I of it, are the favorites of those
of and dandies. "\\ e must of his steam Since a fatal
the name Electricity so gun.
earth lobe a s >Ud body, and iicieuaingin I i who are at the head, and have the

\vo., I have reported is given as: solidity, as )(1U advano I c .ntiiveto do without theexpeuci accident, wnich: occurred several management during Mr. Owen's.ibsence. .

an iteration! of Galvanism ; but, from the surface to the centre-so 'of a ne 'spapcr/1 mere trifle in months ajo_ when a lady threw There appears also a-

3c. far as I know, the agencies of that by the calculations of certain amounts J ono of the poorest and i herself from a gig in consequence, much less proportion of produc-

Eeririty) and Galvanism have: most niiiul resolutions. that cat as it was at the time incorrectly!
philosopher, we have been told live labor for the change.-Y no
pi duct'd similar effects, so much b' intamnt'd i ; but is ten tines !supposed, of her horse having taken -
the earth the Gazette
at centre, L doubt see the Harmony ,
so thai I am not informed of any] four ,', times: harder than the hard I io which you will find on everypage
eff ct produced" by Electricity dS this-tlfor if I wan made by the steam gun, that ter.
PS' irc'n 1 his, howeier, is con some sneer Christianity,
wh rii ':a5 not b"?n by Galvanis ; I to lead one I can borrow r.fVijAt rfir engine of destruction had '
and It of Na-
trary to r'xperinrn nt lact.' : I and praise and adoration

the rt-attr power of the last, ex is found, that every soft and solid \ wDulU such: people say, if not been permitted to bf. discharged ure. There is no worship of any

ercineu by the complicated battery the ron; tutiity generally were to by the individuals belongingto
., substance revolving, is formed I kind! carried on by the Harmo- .
of :\1;'. Children, is the only difference : come totthr, d termination to d o Mr. Perkins concern. On I
into hollow solid
it a not a sphere. tiles, buta lecture is given on
\ that 1 know ; therefore I j This is the case with water tailing without the articles which thejtrend Tuesday morning, 'however, soon : iunday morning, on the benefits

\ conclude as Dr. E. u thai Electri I or mdnrifaciure, or without : after eight o'clock, patrois were i
the air. A of
through drop falling and advantages of the New 5)"stern -
;1 cit .is essential: to muscular con- water is formed holiow. 'The their SIT vices in any way ? \Ve observed stationed on all the roads and the religionists of differ'

P.I" likt. i.rt" liberal spirit. towards! the manufactory,
: to a more : leading
same is true, of cindersfrom fl.ng df en! kinds are allowed to worship
: All trod s, occupations and pro accompanied by men with placards -
red hot iron. The spark, or in the small church. .Persons are
,Jt From the Baltimore. : I Cessions are mutually dependant ,on boards, warning all pas-
cinder is formed into
a hollow also allowed to. controvert. the o-
Development of Electricity bi on on another, and we should enouraje sengers. on horseback, or in carriages -
and is found
sphere, so when cold. pinions of the lecturers, and in
is Muscular Contraction -- Sinc : # one who contributes to through the Regent'sPark
every go
With thin '
all the with
principle, experiments one instance did so such. aw.a -
t.J ',the discovery of electricity, the his means to advance the instead of proceeding by '
of philosophy con f'spond to.excite
ility and success coniderabl -
..' ,ipoat distinguished philosophers; welfare 6f ourselves or that of the the high ,road leading.in front of >
Hence it is found that the cen ":-irritation in-the Society.,.
have ucurred in regarding it a: ommun'iy. Courier.l '. after
c ; : the manutactof) Soon
of attraction and i is
I tre gravitation l \ xiiildren curse their School mas-
. the principal ag ni in some of ihtmv.i nine, numbers of military officers, !
of not at the c 'mie of the globe, -(as From I the Je+ Orleans Courier. ITS with impunity, and we are
pheno cna a-
., important in carriages and on horseback, alighted -
how- has been thought and believed,] The ribbon can was iniroducd here all wailing with no small degree -
ninial I life. Their
opinion, the Tl,
; l, at manufactory.
t' eve for a long time seemed to be but at a given point. between the in the country 6 or 7 years ago, Wt re soon followed by the: ty'l ; ol curiosity, to see how Mr.Dwen .

supported rather by analogy than : surface and centre ; so, that thertntripetal hv MrJ| Coiron of TerreauX'Urcufs Wellington, and immediately intends to manage a So-

and centrifugal force who had some plant who most determined to
' got :iety are
bv uiivct ev dence. Comparative- afterwards the discharge of steam,
t" of the globe, balance anM concen- "' 11his word. Out of
rom Georgia, where I tnat cant'had take him -
but few months have elapsed,
ly a which had been previously occalional -
f sit.re S\v siologisls Pre- tr ate tot the forementioned point. b;ers a short time before "nu his assemblage of persons, there
wo iss ph) ; and comparatively slight
Dumas that This; has been proVed by several j-H-ted froi the Phillipine Islands 1 : are not enough found to cut wood
: and proved muscutar -
k Virus: force, commenced with a ccm: nu-
" contractions in whatever expei-imt-nts ; anions others, :\1!'. C:jti'on, who probably did not for the society: and much real
t'd the loudest
$ xer'ed, whether mechaDlc..ay by steel filings cast upon the inner' know the rare qualities of that roar, resembling C ash is paid for labor, and is cir-
manner The
: .hunderwe. ever heard. di i:>
: or chymically, arc itivaria. & outer surface of a revolving hollow I Jam, pj'ul little atu-ntiun to it, & charge of steam now. became alnost :ulaied in this wa> and for the
The filings tfravi-zle &
glebe. lid to it. In :
not try propagate ben'fit>
a develop
Accompanied by
b.y ; incessant for two hours, during
4i It still are attracted to the inner, wiiii the 1820, ",It. Louis La'jranche hav. of the surrounding neigh-
of electricity rejnunecl -
n i' \\\ waich, its incalculable! force
tu.. d/ciued w'mther'histt : same force as .to the outer surfacr. ins; visited Terre-aux-Bceufs, tookat '.ud ast'-nishing rapidity in dia- )uurhootl-hut how this societyis

I hat same principles are established iCoiron's: of those
el} necessarily Mr. two lo maintain itself without a
criciy-be preiietr
: charging balls excited a2ement
by telescopic' l"Xahdn.lon canesYllich he planted on his estate most marvellous alteration no
'he cause prr'rrryti
as!: and admiration in all .
'"f'.lie lmis. I he belt of Sa present.tfirst
|pi > and cultivated with a pare An
tfCCitientaliV .iysucit" d ph- nt can possibly
esn \ the Ibdls were discUarg' d I Ia
Tne following iJT.CU.S i- :;..r..., :.u circles or light appear- cular: care.. From these two plants! unconditional submission to annquistorial
: rs'; .r' ti-ln exp ; short intervals in imitation o'
1 ;; nits sonielhnes seen on the facr .
le s on obtained a rej; quantity. committee, and the
us a :
bei-m carry S'P iron
;,f f \'1.1r on on side of Venus artillery firing, against an
fu"'Y towards the decision oft In Mif month of September, 1824, (roi'anest Atheism, are the two

+ the and other plaj) t.s, (:!lr 1 wins 0 f a[ number of those ribbon canes I arget, at the distance of 35. yards. [uulifications for approbation of
.jus'ion.Dr force xvhicli
Such the wiUjji
I Ei'uaru's has investigutt-d ..JyhiC'h't'r'* cxhib'd at the l lc were prstrated by the wind, and was he Uarmo itt>s, and if we arc
were driven, that: they wereonpleiely
turrto: ) t'I innsli &: ?" I the efiVcis{ pro-.luced: by touchinga : : y on tht'! ground vegeta : sha-tered to atoms.In 10 judge of the approbation
iclraci1, ha t'-c > air all hollow 'iug until the month of December, neighborhood by the
Ufrve in a manner whicn I had I the the balls urrounding ,
next experiment
I spheres auto, oj course, the eartnitUil when Mr. Lahranche' had aboutour hildren the school not
t l)f T bu' h:tle attended to. It consists at frame of sent ,
in a so.id body alonga : be of the sari.. f a nlati n. arprns brought toht" mill, were discharged a members of the Society, it is
passing S. exhibited his Ire. wood, and they actually passed
Capt. at which him 9 hogsheads of them there are
nerve in the same manner in gave ouch against as
uiesj a model '.,f the globe: with of a quality superior to through 11 one inch planks of the the school.
t whicn w,' pass a mjguei al 'ng a sugar any hardest at distance only two a: boarding
he C4vites at the pules, as an hang liei, had manufactured be- deal placed a however
bur of suel l which we wish to magn if inch from each other. Afterward Amusements, go on
illus! 'ration of his Thrsi an -
theory. toro jltMoutfh it must be obsrv
'"MZf ; lie conducts the experi- ; nely, and numbers are very hap.

n. ut in the following manrif'. Cavities he supposes ate not I parallel ed that the, canes were cut in two,, !>> they were propelled fourth of against i py and admire the new system
1-Ir tars bare the sciatic mves of with the equator, nor the ecliptic ,nd t's' .' :heads reserved to plant an plate one I cry much ; while the sober, in-
inch thick and at the first
but in the northern all very ,
commence Thestwo 'from Terre-
of their canes ustriout and well ,
f in that coul'sein ; disposed part
a ot;
; trial hr ball On
? passed through
side of
i / one the
.fu"rs -
,ux-B< ultimately produced the
which they are situated on the and who call in question pos-

sacrum, leaving un nipairrd their globe, at Ut.: 54, and on the othe su ouch, that Mr Lahranche was all hands this was declared to he ibilityof success attending them
of force
the effort that
connection with the Si tnal marrow it !al. fO ; so that parts of Lapland :nablrd ib, give some plants to his utmost are the subjects of no small de-

and with the muscles towhich Iceland and Siberia, in a eighbnurs, and particularly _to gunpowder could exert. Indeedwe gZ't'e; of acrimony and resentment
understand that this had
word, the nortnern extremities of 4r. E. Fortier. The latter plate
they are directed. He re? genlman of these ions of charity and peace
Europe Asia and America, are bee:: brought specially from Wool- .
'nioves the skin from he posterior calculates to make this Philadelphia Gazette
within the where wich, for the purpose cf a cerainIiug
or point
exvremities, that the movements verge, ear about 200 hogsheads ot'sugar \

r 'of the muscular fihres may ce visible the cavity begins. with that quality of cane As to the comparative The force of steam Hoston, Kb. 15, 1826.-By the
A few facts which and gunpowder pressuref
and volition Simple on :\1 r. Louts Labrur.che, he will easily -
In\ffCep" mvul this Saturdayveiling
< steam to effect this : at port, on
le foundshesc opintons, will be make 300 hogsheads, and
the marrow just : pre
dividing spinal of the schooner CharIot -
wonderful force learnt inquiry :
staled in future number. we on
\ briefly a serve cane. enough to plant about
below the head ; he then places EXAMON.Afiysflaficr did nut at first exceed 65iniospheres >He, in eleven days from Halifax. ,

under the nerves a slip of'oiled 250 arpens more. N. S. we have received the following -
Ibs. the
900 to
silk which are raised andsupported CI" The advantages which ough or
by they > commercial intelligence : .
inch and it
borrowersI I he square ; was repeatedstated -
to secure a preference to that cane
on a level with the 1826.I .
J3d Jan.
I Halifax
bone nan who declines subscribing to over all other qualities, are that Iy by Mr. Perkins that the ,

v If it metallic rod be now drawn a newspaper, *>ut who is.not above it L grows with such rapidity that 1 pressure might be carried even am commanded by his Excel-

it from his to 200 atmospheres with perfect ncy the Lieutenant Governor;
borrowing neighbor, the do it
liglrly 1 ulong the denuded nerveinth' Nutgrass (coco) can no inCortalion
of double afety. Mr. Perkins then to transmit to you, is trespass-he
mode above mentioned, muscular guilty a harm, and on the contrary is sli- proerded

contractions will be excited. troths by the labor of the printer. led by it" whereby mucn labour : to demonstrate the, rapidiy -'I of the ?,Chamber. of of Cqn mi--

without contributing a cent to his is saved thai it ripens and with which musket balls mirht 'I nerve, the enclosed copy a
Tins effect is produced whatever ; maybe
and he deprives his by its To i nute ;iof Council,of1his day, autho.
be the metal employed. It is notevF i taken to the mill one month agency. I

: that the rod should ineighbor of the free enjoyment of efore thej other cane ; that cold ,flirt( this he screwed on to the sing the admission! of American

: ) necessary
his It be argued barrel a tube, filled with balls, vessels into this port. k
property. may weather does not injure i it that gun
be me1aJlic.lorn, glass, ivory, ; serv't.RUFERI'D. .
Your obedient
or other solid body will answer :hat the printer has nothing to do "'lien thrown: down by the wind ,hich,, falling down by their u vn GEORGE

any the but their influence with a newspaper, after it i i. delivered it: does not get sour that the rat ravity into the barrel,. were pro i

is : purpose_ means. the same. into, tile possession of a sub II iuons which' become very thick jectt."d: one by one, '"ith such i lex.. t
by no
At Council held at a Government -
crib more than a ''tailor as demon-- a
$ raordinary velocity'
Dr. Edwards clearly ascertained er, any and finer than new plants, never
Though has with the coat which be sells that of a succes- House, on Monday, the
thin fact, continual'.ari- decay f that that cane grows near irate .by means .

ations in the irritability 'ofvthearjimal t to a customer.' But we :hope no I Y as well in an old and exhausted ion of tubes, filled with balls, fix- 23d .January 1826-Present,

the possibility; man oTcommon sense, 'who pro- ;round,asl in new land, '& that ,i: td in a, wheel (a, model of which His Excellency the Lieutenant:
,t. \ of't>.tab1 ishir 'a scale. The"Doctor Peas .s. entertain: correct' .ideas yields 1500 pounds of beautiful was exhibited. ,) nearly one thou Gorverndr '&c. &c. .

hen"i bltIUhi-d, .for the oiled ofi nberalh.yandju ice,wilj' argue Jgar per ,arpen -' even 'iq!;the i a.if4! balis, per,minute, ? might ,'oI.be. 1 'Doubts having arisen whether tlt1ed ,

silks which is a very complete bus.( The press is a common ;o mouth of September. t ischargcd. In subsequent dts.j J i mericuri vessel are riow enIM ',..

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mission and to harry onf: -...:. L...... V S
t a1 t 2.AnTbe it further tacted, kltetvlecTJe-the .
f'f'o f'r1. independanc! ofthcnew
t ra .. to this Port ills Excellency 'That_ feny person, and 'the le g af representatives O ffr&fcSSY i : OKA'L; I I! Ko\'ernments.as they; were before averse f .F. R ,SAt } : t; .

convened the Council. this, d:t\'tto: ofany'peraoa; entitled | to such a proposition. '..They'will' we .r.ti1J1HE subscriber,. Executor'r ', ,
Do' IJ:! .
lake tht.subjfct into considerati to a preference in becoming !'Ie of Iiepresenfath-cs. : i think, be anxious ..todd, as the United,Touar\\'i'1 ; I\'t 1'e+ : n or'ft'"d co : :

Council, advised I States and England hfcve done, to form v- feteufPensacnJa deceased, of leer "
tbe the'United .f
,,?,-when the purchaser from Jhfr day, 20 February, 1826. commercial alliances, sand these cannot -fors..lh .following property; .beloogmg __ ri

t'ncv to give public no- t!i States of a tracTbf land at private tl"h speaker( laid befor :the[ be obtained u without- 'reliminaty ac- '- to the Estate of the said dedeased-'viz! .

Itlice American vessels maybe sale, according to file provisionsof House a communication from* 'the knowled ement.of the independence of i 1 he undivided"' half of a Tract of Land- ..

permitted to enter and carryon this act, who is settled o na $ of of these republics. It is more than probable containing ._
"rtAt the
irade-as they have hitherto fraction of a section, or a fraction- ry Department j that there i is not a maritime power in 41< A
duties and War, :ontai ing; the followimT re I JK urope now,.that would refuse if invited, m m J e
to the te- a'rO.TTONVSinPe section
den subject quarter containing ,port from the Chief Engineers ; j to send envoys to Panama, The death J
strictionimposrd by the Gth% (ieo i less than one hundred and sixty which was referred to tb. Com. I of such a man as Alexander; places I Situated North East of Bayou o'e ,.
Trucha, on the of .
4, rap II bnd.o! the tonnage duty j acres, shall have the privilege of opurchasing l\1i liar) Affairs, and ordered I|'Europe in a !state of political circumstances about twenty bay one San miles Mary from de G.il.yez the.

hereto-ore paid by them.UUPFRT one or more adjoin'jngfractional bl' entirely novel. If such be the City of Permcola and
to :
1'. GFORGE. ''I situation of affairs in Europe, it is needless .
quarter: sections, or the
E Trinh'd. Department, for us to say how much a speedycompliance -t
f actAIU1'i ; MAIN Esq. I adjoining quarter section, including 15. 1826. with this invitation become .:.: ti .t. & LOT .-

.Chairman of the Chamber I their improvements, or the Sir 10 you, or- necessary. If we refuse, every European is a h t
oj' ConiTiWCfi Halifax, fraction improved by them at 1 power ma.lake precedence of us. Y
I drrtoltlrnish I file il1ffr'nati call- in the .
n ; City of .Pensacola '
I One fact fronting .
is perfectly notorious, that the on
Mr. Clinton, and1:- J< nckes, their option.I I cd rut by the following i'l'solutionof French liberal journals have been importunately Alcamz Street, said lot containing 52: feet .1'

,. tt returned from an exploring! St'c. 3. And de it further enacted, House of Repr,'sPnta'ives m'ginq'the-ir ministry to the ac- Plan front of by the 80 feet deep soil known in the 1 e

? That. in or the States dated the know 1ed *ement of South American inde.pendence qty aa number 112. _
excursion, on the route of the contemplated i cases v :Mere two or more JUI1I."d The above property will be sold
and France restrained on
Canal unite the Ala- I persons entitled to the ripht# of eh .n sf. viz : cre it-one halt ot the
to purchase
I not by love to FerUinand, but from fear. money
tamaha 'with the Ogiechre# undSavannah. | t pre-emption shall be settled on i "is"a lolv d.l'hat the Secretsr}' of tint monarch who had victoriously en- to oe paid i in one year and the remainder -

The result of the ub- lone quarter, or fractional quarter : or \Va be clirr'ctt'd' t i"r/rm thin .teredher capital, and might do the same j in two years, Payment be seemed J ,

serrations made ul'ingtht' touran' \jsrctt' n ol 1 land) eacii' person shaHuthol'lz" 1 1be Boust" whether the surveys ofPf'n' thing again if pro\.oked..Grt"at Britain., by iiu->:es.lute wiith a mortgage on the.pe- :"

hiu'hly R favorable to the undertaking 'tl u> purchas-onp or 1 1snort ) old .Bay, arrnot so far had set her the maratime foot upon' the ocean, and informed Desiderio .,;

end it is expected that the I quarter] st C' ions, or fracti- n cumpJ t'd as to authorize the sho-.il d not moto assist powers Ferdinand that ;they and' Tensacola 17th Marco 182o Quina.-Jtf.

cr( und .will be broke fad.) i in December t, al! qurttel' sections of the sectional i com.it< 'ncement of ful'tificlttions &t Alexander, thundering from the north, : ----- "-- ,

next. There can be. tio fur .irac'irn section of land on 'the entrance t :hc rpof, in the ensu was equally determined. that his allies I JAMES CORNELL.Late

doubt that in the course of twov'uiS which the)' are so setled) or th r i ing yeir, without injury to the should not recognize the new govern .
'i Editor "
ments. 'I. hey were forced. therefore, to of The 1'v
section and the plan of defence tone projected fu .
next adjoining |
1 br ; I
the I Icomllti proposed Ca :: Nil{ robserve a cold; toll reluctant neutrality. r a'JH.det.t,"
section, ur fractional section of;;J''the pi te-ction of the navy-yard ; '. '
I benefits realSavavnah The t'ananvi C.M:r! <;i. si ice the deathof PRESENTS to the citizens Natchez r

irl c:' Govrgian. Und, upon; wnirh such persons und how! long it will take to complete Alexander, will, we think, meet under! tate of Mississippi, under

,.." -- .. ....-- :: ., are settled, shall be equull) divided tile| 1 Utter ; the relative im- flattering :auspice ; & of all governments, '' Uie influence 01 such feeiii.gb, as should ,

U :.gi1 1 \D1 8 hetweon them, in such manner as partan,( and necessity of, at this it now bellows our own not to reject theinvitation. advancement appertain to an individual, seeking the
of lu
t In our t'ewof the case, we > own interest, and
the Register and Receiver, within time, hrse defences! } conipared u-efu-Iness: the'
1 to
: '
tl nothing: ; if we arc prompt and ac community, proposals .
b\TUItlAY L\tCI11Rth.! i6 whose district the land lies, shalldirect I with other works of the same live, but every thing b}' remaining inert" to publish! in the city otNaicUez, a week .

rr -- and determine, so as to secure kind ; jnd whether the public and torpid: i ty paper, to be called, '

I'critc suns lieu.r. as ar as may be practicable, service would not be }greatly benefitted b., e.ft .J.'_', TUB '

=-- io every such person, their im and| the contemplatedfacilita work DIED..-.Providence P. I. on the 19th :\ \.l \\e."L a.'
our last there C .t. 'WB'a'Pe
c eny .IAMKS HUHR, aged 6-1.> ,
been a decline of abo ut half a cent per pruvemeriis, respectively ; and I'd, by an appropriation al! a,..4Ia f\JII "'>< --' .-t. +1n -
wound in the cotton market here ; which) where the improvements of such this session of Congress for tin .. Upon an Imperial sheet, wilt new mate-a'

jt will bf,won corresponds pith tho ''*"w'! "nso.hall he ujjuii two ur inure'luutrcr purnlta-ic nt' materials, the const I nats of tne first quality, ,at the Same price '
from :,hrlJ ul't' now juoio at 10 to 12. uc'iMi i of S\\lP r a ;tid under similar
wharves and houses .
sections. or two or more _LL.., o. regulations with other
\\ I are happy 10 be able to state that t'\- "! ..'"Ii! imperial ,
h.ctioual quar'er sections, suchperson preparatory to the fortifications lo -- papers published in the State.
tin- Florida 'niton is superior to any o- Hie materials will

th+T brought; to this market, the best I shall be entitled to purchase he errs ed." e. ,h 6 the: last of next month probaoly, and the arrive first about num 3!

1 Jo's-received th s season were raised on I rue quarter sections, or fractionaiquurter.section I hoc the honor to report ; l'j ) ber will appear immediately) thereafter '

te ( liAttahoochie: G'hljiola and Holmes'Yallry 1 1 : *, upon which That th surveys of :Pensarola BaT J. U. has no enemies, and will not de-

and are said be of the prime: t his i improvement shall !lie.Sic. are not so far completed as to authorize \1-t o re.Soa.. acrve any. lit- has friends and sill serve s x
quality.. ihein, when it can be done
thecoinrnpnceinent of for- R:7' ._ Without a sacrifice
4. Anil be it further enacted, of .
1lro1ryict Kri ws
E'JTEEhrch no party
W have receipt.tl the of the ificatio is, at the entrance there it there be I
( Report That rsun o. W ; one, he dues not beidng
any p persons \ 14. Schr
mittre of 11".1 .af. in t ie ensuintr; without : Angelina, Wilson, to it. lie invests t
Cot+ Ways and M tans, in the h ave settled! on and improved p.'ir Nfv-.Orleans. hs ml in lies aiten.pt i
House of IleprcscnlatiM.'s, on the Mate any i injurv l the I plan" 'Jr"tefence! to bfprojected and will With cheerfulness) succeed ur ,
of( the lands in the saul IVrritoi 15.-Schr: Henrietta, Quiggles, New .
of the Finances It cst highly intcrestdoeuneect 1 j ) for the defence of th I Orleans.) tail, as he shall deserve.

5ii!:' and we regretthat its reserved fur the use of school*, yard_ihat the fo- I lie had cuuimcncdd a considerable

Jr 1).1,1 prevents its insertion! in our columns beionthe sun'rnt' sucr lands! navy projects ARRIVED. .setting loitli ot his republican pnncipiis ;

] ; w( therefore: irfonn our friends were actually made, & who would the fortifications for the defenc- March 12.-U. S. Transport Schr : of Jiii ilelcruiiiiauon to be indefatigable: r

tlrt: h may be inspected at our office.! of! the nivK uses! not having been r SurpllzeVlson, Mobile Point.I a.la zeui.juj i 01 ms devotion to the
!have had the right of t un pub. ;'
.. prc- mp ,
t made there are no data upon wl.icb I U. S, Revenue Cutter Alabama, Cap 1C weal, w nil all lllc- CI13IU'U.tty' ET CfcTXUA.S '

U'I'h,..;\"atrllc"e ..,j1t1'r." We ropy thereto by xisiing{ l.iws, l i-ad not it could.be suted. at this time\ : tain Foster, from a crui=e. 'Ii of an eiM'jnai b.::nvf, but has erased

in*o our columns to lonfj complete]
) iV+' abu e named 1 5 aper, not so much! nave the ri.,.-ltt of prt."o. ptrot} bin Polk from a cruize. b. saymt, "I \\ ILL UO >iY UU I Y." } i

v.'h thr! expectation J of bent filing1; the thczcto, under the same termsand them-: hat the relative importance CLEARED.March JNat'Jitz, k'coiuary 13, HS o. ;

}:(illur by cncreasinj: his subscription list and necessity for the ford
conditions, and subject! to the same 11.-Sloop Dolphin, flaillat, ,.# .
asfnrtluamu>fiiient of<:readers. The I firaiionsicoritempld'ed, for Pensa-
lestrictioti, provided for in other Tampa Bay. 01'10g_
Lei Mle I Irk 1
j !c : ot Cornell is more cola Bay wit
romp"tft'd other
a 14..Schr: Angelina, Wilson, Saint
.ai i'i tluiian,l : iAtrs> ul a right of pre-emption in Noah "
>> >, we t'lit'e'ill be as I works of the same kind would Mat ks. H. Allen .

lI'tl'ttJ'i!l i the more proli xs &. often tediouspi'.j. said t Territory ; and the Registerand their bein March! 17.....flrig Warren, Hood New r*. Attachment S :ti t .
justify commenced
.'. a's of of bet tlarcn of the :; as Mjtunn
many our : Receiver of the land Simon._ .
proper Cargo 139 bales cotton and 158 < .
f ,
tiTY \\ of that if early as practicable and that although 'J! .:i>of
c arc opinion Mr Corjuii ; Ntis '
case au attachment has been .
I district, shall have to select logs by Stone and Wisbet 130 balescotton i3* '
: ;i 'ofs not detcrve any enemies lie power at this time, here i is no I 2 boxes and 1 bile: mt-rcnan lize, 1.. sued and :, suit instituted. m the SupC- _
other and
ci itxi: .iiy: will have them ; for no honest 1 any vacant unappro absolute necessity for an appro !.I 1 box old copper and 15000; feet boards l nor Court ot the \\ sttrl. District of Ho, _,, ,
r.:: who says I I: bv :V. U. Allen 30 .
I 11ri a' ion, ,'he public service would, Dales Cotton and I
::1\11' .
C. -
/ rill do ny dnltj" and acts :iccojuinpy and as near adjacent as lands '; .
15000 feet .
boards S. P Allen
doubtless, be benefitted and the : hy ttclsan: ; 12j :
+ will be
longithout enemiesMI ,>f ) quantity and like quality bales and 1U9 cedar --.. '
equal: j: cotton log by J.Je r.I -
tme is,u is that it vimul be almost contemplated works! would be_ facilitated .i I by his Attorney ,
can be obtained in lieu of tne rison jr,1| 4 packs deer skins hy B.V.,
a C:i r.1ce to I -
ayIf." a political man 'hchas of by an appropriation at I Cumming, und 3 p'iccs! deer skin., 1 box
section which
; or a
no enemies He who endeavors parts
tpease n
this session "f for merchandize 1 sack leather jSotice is Ciiven
Congress, the 145 deer Hereby .
all ,
parties is deservedly despisedIn shall!! have been entered in rigiuj I
purchase; of materials and the, | |horns and 1 bundle aide* by b. P. ..
al'| | '
j dl.\ the
j 'i'pre-emption, according to tne llaines. at next 1 erni of the HonCtiie
newish well to the Natchez Newspaper provisions of this section" construction of wharves: Et houses, SAILED. a : County Court, I will present tti '

and if and for making such other accounts ana vouchers und for '
any of our friends are desi- preparatory March 17....United Sties' apply
TOU. to subscribe to it tluy may do so I toy arrangements as might I Schr : Surprize, Wilson, Mobile Transport Point. settlement of the Estate 6t" Seth Fisher _

liming: their names et cetera at tnisoihce. J Fron the National Lilt Uigencer Feb 18. !be undertaken' as soon as the site deceased.

A bill has pass-cl} the St-nati i< of fortification can he located 1,' March AT 17,-THE-.Sc'ir.itARi-ASCAS.iiuzelle, T. Ham.ltn Noah H. Allen;

,1/r. been received in the Hous of Re Respectfully( su'un i t hod from Barrataria>> 1 aden with live oak for ,AdtKtniatraior.Po.isacoTa .

round Southard.--A rumour has gene:; the pre f"ntatives, fur authorizing a ALEX: :MACOMD, Maj Gen. the. Navy Yard. Feb. 17th 1826.-51-6t. ,
o: the that the Secif.ury .
newspaper ,. .- ...
for the route of.i Canal -' .JJ.
btirvty and 1 Chief -- -
: <,f the Nawas to 'leave the Ca.I Engineer.

lift.Ve have seen a letter (s. _.

:; of the i-icl.mottd Enqurcr: ) '1,Olll'l : Mexico, through the peninsula of .-:: ,_.... _T'"! :_ ___ '. :: L=-_ r

|,fi,ihmunat Washington, upoi who I Florida.! The same aubjrci, i it' itwilt' OF CO t"PO1'. RUNAWAY from the subscriber on ftfT is my intention immediately to in
suit in
stitute the
ii.i: '.\ll \lon reliance may be placed, !tittlirtiftthit .., --=- last, a Negro Woman a Superior Court _
11t' remembered into
was early .
of the Uestern Mistrict of Florida
to be
: rumour id Nltllllfuul.tl..uuec. j named ,
; entirely t I.+ /'ttoof Jan. 7, 1826.COTTON. .
and that Mr Southard rrJC.ced the notice ol theof !held :+t Pen acola on the first Monday of
enjoy a I The de.-.iaiul wa'J! limitcd
Lt! crane cnnlidence of UK I'rcsideiit ,' iI.ttS:" l Representatives, by MVeis. ,.. in: the early part of the week very but- I mmj1D May next, on a certain mortgage bearing '

aid the other i-e hers of tht: Cabinet. \ : 'r. It is one of some novelty I since Wednesday _a fair extent of businessh date th. 28th day of January 824, given -

.,. I and of great importance, wh.e .:- (' done, atl decline of }d 1, perlb. about 20 years old of a light I by Vte. Sebastian Pintado, by bra Attuivuey
black, thin visage: slender in fact John de la Una, to Ileum Mien -
I're-en:pion tt.'giititn fV/,;,/<<-In t'!, : then we consider the amount of f generally from! the prices of the lastA"tk. I made dressesvery e let, for -securing rue payment ot IWOIhous'u '
lli I ,':>i, of J--rc&tntutivcs of \ "I'ho import is SoQba c.:'s, and the i!I very likely,
tile United the number of lives ] dollars! with
property{ or : principal, the :nte-
Suu-i. (J1. tie 21st ult. tle till{ \ ales amount to 7782 bags, 'iz86 Sea '
wing Bill l I I neat, and of a genteel appearance.Took lest due thereon : the bound
whose loss itvilj) annually oland! 21 iW l 2(5( property by
'\.s: ('cm .dl'r&i in CoiMiiiUee. of theviicif. l prevent : ; staine.1. 12 ; 420 Up- with her several articles wearing
[ aid is
} : Mortgage one tract of 'and on thee
.+ 1 ., ai.dut 'I' some .iiscussion, (which by opening a safe navigationfram and. 6{ a 91139 Alabama:: & :Mobile, apparel a fine quality, made in ill Escambia Kiver containing 2281 j

t\+'t' ,pnljlihh. in our nest,) was engrossfti the one of these seas to the 6 a 3 ; 357 'Orleuns, 7i a 11.j. fashion, small tru.k, and some articles of -..one tract on the Esca/nbia mver arpeus containing _

:-.or a tli.iil vcatiJiig. other. Uy an estimate, which we COTTON-There N lia/ .v been York FeS. 21. jedding.( It thought she has been enticed 5000 arpens-one tract on fire
'I lie ''.ill l'"btlW! a ol that a demand away by some probably: 1 of Pt>nsacola 2180
survey a route have seen, it appears nearly a for tins staple since our last person liny containing arpena :
fl.rt jlnjj tarsal across the peninsulaw report t, vhite, and! will pu g s a s tree. She was -.one futon the Public '
of been further! square opposite
million property has lost but at a red!action in prices. The I
I'l.tfida; \\'.rs finally' passed."A assisted ofl'm'lot by two nr mole persons the Seville Square, also the Lots on the
sales a-nount to about 600 bales
iiiji jiviiis; the r.Ut|; of pre-em1)tin n' during the present year, on the ". 12$ .to 13} and 300 New of Up.imlsat U lae in the night, and there! is no I Public Square numbered 11, 14, 13, 15,
various reefs, &c. around Cape r- 'loubt but she has will endeavor to''
16 and 18.
m\ Ha- jtjrch of lands! or
( to certain _
settitr ,
leans at 14 to 15 cents, maKing the total ,
.1;!arid' and for the ol l fet off by water: The above t'ward'iII ,
) in the Tcrnttjry of. lorida.He ; as waste transaction* of the week about 1600bulrs. John Lee \1 lliam ;

it enacted, tc. That human life, the fa'cts disclosed i in : We reduce our quotations ha If a \\ be paid to any person who will appiehnd .tiu'tl for 11JTigo
every *aid n>-gro and secire her in g t. i_
tiv! following article, if n.n su s. cent, but tle|} stock in market is Pensacola 28th .
jx'i'ji'ti.cir; the It-gal rt-presL'nta'ivrb: very j,.?, and a liberal reward for the knowledge J.'tb.lM26 -1-.Jatn4m. :- '

& at'}' person, who, b. ing either 'ained by numerous others, would! small. -f; of the persons who assisted her ....: '..- .

the> head (11'.1 r'twen !furnish: a powerful argument lii New-Orleans) new 14 a 16 off. Masters of vessel &c.. are cautioned: t
family : one } 12 I' NOTICELL
y I Uplands new $ a 13
I favor ( Canal notto receive her on boafd It is probable _
tears c.f I .through
age; did, on u..befI'thl' Alabama, 12& a 13&i i the above slave :has disguised herself te
first day of Jaguar) in the year the Isthmus, if practicable, at alI 1- \ Charleston f' h. 25. with nian's apparel. will persons are hereby Notified that t o '

cue thousand most trnateyer expense : COTTON.-The buisiness transacted i I apply at the next term of _
right hundred andiwintvfive I habert Carr Lane.
this week in Uplands has been fair, at a the Superior Court for the Western Distnct .

actually inhabit and reduction of'about half a cent on last Mobile, Marh 6th_-.3-.-2t. ut Florida, to be holden on the first _.

cull \ate a lrct of land situatedm "From Matanzas. letter week's ratesi The sales of good fairquality Monday of May next for partition of two "
tilt for the market haveb'e Ito 1 a6 e at St. lu. kB j tracts of Land lying near"tbe Citjfof "
of Bngl'isli Pen .
which from an officer on board the U ,S. ; e n '
tract is mai'.eat! 12 and 12.| cents.-\Ve quote"frum miiB' : subscribers, havin.erected. a sacob, one including felvez spring and .
not rightlully claimed I schooner of the'22(1 ultimo l
by Grampus
Li the other '
ln Hi to 12 cents. < large and commodious WARE including large house-erect- ,
> ether! prison, and who shall 1 bays-" \Ve arrived this Savannah Feb. 28. HOUSE and WHARF at St, Marks, will ed by CoJ.Vm.., King, reach contailTing'I ;

Dot' I hue removed from tlw saidV'Ji morning troth, a small island ontne COTTON.r-Uplands; 11 a 12; some irt inferior receive goods OITconsignment, for storageor BOO arpena. Which said tracts' 'of land are I

; ;torni shall be entitled lo the b..nks"cllled Bird Key wht' below j our lowest quotation.The sale on commission. Their charges owned by me in fee simple, as tenant i in .c

1'1. ht ,,r 1 pir-i-mption in the 1 pur- v P went in search of_ somv men ; market was reduced about a $ will be moderate.,such as are customary, common with the hers and representatives --1! .
oi said '
cent b the 4 h and the strictest attention will be to King deceased.
ch.w I y | January uunts-the r e- paid
thereof, under! the same wicked there. They had: been tJ
11'1'111" cent account Xglethorne pe to 7th Jan the receiving and delivery of any goods Arthur P.. flay neby
restrictions, conditions, cast away upwards of sixty.dayson are mqre discouraging and may further 'consi ned. *. 'tJ .
tl'OIsions and regulations in cve.ry this rock, and on our arrival depress it. N. B. A large assortment of Groceries tlurAel. i.'" -
Feby 28th 1826.
tffcpeci, as are directed by the the found they had all died ..exceptone i iI '-- MIX wee 1:1IWm, Mm --- and';Provisions always kept on hand; for _-1_1_-8w.Oaa _V_ S S.

*st'enltaed! "An, act giving the negro> who was too weak ,to Fran the Baltimore, Jlareri cun. sale, moderate,terms for cash, :- -

I1Jht' of ) in the I had,: The death_< Alexander in our opinon, John & Nath. Hamlin.a Warehouse .* '
!pre-emption, u rrise... .Their only sustenance at St, Marks
has ,
char. a very int mate relation! to th* Panor Reference, "
f.f la ids, to cc 'tai.o. settlersIllinois. been the blood of fish hawks fec "
ma;; ion, or'e do not believe that '
1 it 1 quest ]Messrs.'Hyde and Merrett, 1 subsdtiberhas'lately erected.
1 dJ ttlq Tfrrilor: ) ," )Asa drink. soil their flosh dried, for there is'any II )ly Aliance now ; this confederacy New Orleans.. THE, landing at St. Marks, .a- commcK k

: u x.y the filth, one thousandhundred meat ; the situation L.. tog a barren i havtr g been buried in tile tomb, St. Marks March 1st -1826-,2-:-41.ISlotice diousand secureVAREHOUSE; where '
tibia' of the Russia monarch;. If- this be the he is
and thirteen. Pro- and sharp rock, without any prepared to receive ods,-either ".

laded), That: 110 person shall 'be soil or vegetation. There ,w*re I case;thore.rteimbers who 'of the House of Rebresentatives : is Hereby Given, Storage or.S Commission. ,. '

rti| led to the pruvisionn! this thirty-six men'least on thiv rock, ':ii'mingth': jtabdsiesof, were BO,that fearful*''body of, by a- THAT at the next Term ,.ofthe Hon. t AVm rWrj Z2 fit : -

a ( nt1 Court!, I wjll I present.lhe st. ,Mark*; llec.a0.th1B 5:4?'-tr. rfwir\ *.'
claim m s any tract o f and you can form no' 'xidea of' ihe : sfmhng damn 'Isslontfs'to' the Congressof ,
:aocoUnts and vouchrrsand"apply fur a % .
>'t sale I Terrhory, by virtueconfimatiun horrid sight ofthirt) .6ve men :?lying -' 'Panama,'may put,their, apprehensions' I nal settlement' of the E1tate of Isaac 'oBi TNTIN :';- "
o.a to rest. :The dearth of Ale.xande.wt11 .
of io +\ ,ohe-on 5ecL }. J' ,
the dead '
Comn i*- a,,heap, :; o Ledece I r. j .

- CoDLrr aotlt'r! J or" by. -""',t..tue,.of any aciof ihcr,:und }the poor % Ac vas .ia.t he perhaps policy of change Kurope/and the trtiole the mantim.e'pow'crlt' fundamental: .-, l .Sebastiarv. Barrios,.' .Executed. '. with,;neatness. '.anddesfatch -' \ '

f.:sta. extremiues .r .. .-' laf:this' 'JI., ,"< f
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-J PROPOSALS I A Miscellaneous, department. will, be : tt a\DS., .. 'r SHERIFFS SALE; 4PensacolalJ.opE Store
devoted to the entertainment of (those
4, For publishing, in Nashville relaxation ECE1VED County Court E"cambtaCounty.John '. f
c .,. ; .Tennesseq who are fond of occasional B per Brig Amos Palmer f' I

&'Weejdy Paper,.to be entitled the : from,more severe employment, by the 1 .',from-New" Yo*, ana Harriet from, 'Lee ;Wdbam." .:TUS-t received: per'Brig. : St.' J-. ct., :

t Nationnl.an1it'r perusal Of tiles, anecdotes &0. >\ Orleans, a adm'rofJ.K.Ctui. tl rect fmm: ""York. 4_ : ';

% Such is a brief outline of the objects Thirty eight Case and Bale Ifry G<*di,' Llii deceased,. 4. f'.' above,an.additional ttsortmeatof Boefafe m \>

AND Intended to be accomplished by the pub- 'tmtedto the season, efpipriwng, i I vt. among which are the followig( .;

IJterarp, Political lJ Commercial Gdzcite.HE lication'here proposed, it b meant. to "Super Cambric Prints "W ilfiamKIng, ? .
\ combine the advantages of'a magazine virtue* of this execution and NEWVORKS..
Common do. do. BY theR J
'. 14 main object 'of.the proposed and a newspaper. FoMbe successful accomplishment French Callic es, proceedings had in tlusooise, 1 el an, a Romance. of the English mil !

S i* publication will be the developement of this deugn,the publisher Cambricks, Jackonet, Lawn' ta ken the right of the defendant, to theS tones, I
aid and
will rely upon the promised Af l' 'f '. Letters on Greece in
of the resources, physical and mental Bombazette, assorted colours l&k

I ., of this young but thriving and important united ,efforts ,of several and gentlemen of Hosier, elegant wbrked robes a43s & L and 1824,with Documents the Greek '
distinguished talents acquirements Revolution, and the life of
section of our common country I Lace ball dresses, Mustapb !
Connected with this'object its means as well as upon the editorial skill, experience Brown &bleached shirting&sheeting Ali, '

And its results, will I be. the ,diffusion of and attainments of the individualto and Superfine do. do. cornevoiTatafa*and Intendenoa Streets, Buchanan's-Sketches thfrNqrth Am&f J!

Intelligence of every description -calculated whom its general *uperintendance will be'confided.It j Plaids, Stripes, Indigo and furniture formerly. occupied Franci'.Pasquief U I, rican Indians, with a plan for their melioration !I

to interest and benefit the community principal management exertions! checks, shirting, ticking &c. &.C. now in the possession of jRoaii Hiiien, I
that "
.s the'vindication of our just reputa. is surely ti.-ne some and IS boxes boots & shoes, fine &, coarse, and'shall proceed on tuesday the *tu : Theodoric, a Tale*and other Poems by !

tion, the support of our right, and the were made by the intelligent Tennessee, to public--vindicate 1 trunks Ladies' silk, Mohair, and Morocco day of April next, at 12 o'clucfc, a? theT: Thomas Campbell, !
: promotion of our interests, not only as character of the State, I hoes, Court House, to sell at Public Auction I he Cook's Oracle, containing ,Receipt :
Americans but as citizens of the west. the literary ; crates& 5 hhds. china and for Plain &c.
: the extent of her: > crockery, casu, the right of this defendant to tne Cookery, &c. &c.
The paper will he, as its name imports, and to demonstrate resources-I glass ware, aforesaid Lot, to satisfy this writ and all Biography of the British Stage,being tb&

eminently national. It will have no narrow mental moral, and physical concentrationof : cases 2 trunks assorted Saddlery t I cost thereon @ue. i Lives of the principal Actors and Ac
4 views, will be devoted to no arty, i Nothing is wanting j. 10 cases super, fine, com'n & wool bats i tresses, ,
will encourage prejudices.. It will be: effort. It is hoped,therefore will turmsh, a trunks fine cutlery, Wm.: Davison, The History of Matthew aid, by thd

: \ designed at ont'e for the gratification and i|1 i importance of the object and that Tennessee cases 2 trunks ready made clothing, Sh'Q. E.'* Cy. author of Valerius &c. I

1*, improvement of the scholar the lover of; sufficient stimulus, with the hura-i iI pipes old Cog.. Brandy, Sheriff's Office, Hallam's View of Europe, during tfia

I; science the professional man, the farmer, I|j; uiU noHoTigerbeconte.it has hitherto pipe one & pipe old Madeira wine, Pensacola Dec. 5 1825.--41-1amts.. Middle Ages, \
It ,the merchant, the mechanic, the friend I j Ible I obscuriy to which she i oq sacks ground salt The Spanish Daughter

4 of reliftionT the freemason, tlie: philanthropist been destined. Such a publication as is 4 tons iron, assorted sizes, The Human Heart, \ '
-i the statesman the now intended is an important desideratum -4 bundles steel 1..ail \
politician, with Arrangement.Claiborne The Highlanders, a Tale, .
: the newsmonger. and the light reader and if conducted zeal may no 3; casks hoes, # Scenes in Europe, Scenes in.Amenca
increase ,
: ffort will be made to furnish doubt i furnish facilities for the as 13= chests fresh Mail.
Every some- attain qr. tea, assorted, .. % The Blank Hook of a small Colleger,
o tjn.ig at once nourishing and palatable well as the display of our 1 is literary therefore, respectfully 2 boxes mustard, '\UE on thursday 3 P. M. Living Plays, -th: 5th, 6th, 7th, 8tb, 9fJ|.
I for these various tastes. ments. The proposal with the :1 box Cayenne pepper, f Closes on Friday at 10 A. M. and 10th volumes, "

.. A liberal portion of its columns will be I ortered to the public, 5 hhds,Orleans sugar, new.. crop, i allahassee xVlaii
occupied by original) articles on literature utmost confidence of adequate encouragement 20 bbls. fresh flour, TOGETHER WITH
Due on 3 P. M.
and science, and the number, tal. and-supporL ( 29\) bags Havana green coffee Closes tin Sunday Sunday: ai 6 P. M. Paley's Works complete, irt"5 volt

ents a ml acquirements of the) gentlemen Terms. ALSO IN S-rOl\BJ .. Hubert Mitchell. Ilollins Ancient History, 8 vote.Plutarch's .
who are pledged to contribute
70 Kentucky bagging, Lives, 8 vols.
,,'llFcil''.' guaranty for the respectability THE NATIONAL BAN ( is printed on a 45 ps. Scotch do. 1 Post Master.Pensacoia Josephus's Works, 6 vols.

ty and value tSiose articles 'The most l large Superroyal' sheet with a small neat 12 'p9. Tow do. ,.Dae.. 31st. ,1825 _dt.. Hamilton on Pnrgatives,
-- ---
interesting new works, which from timeto entirely new and procured expressly TO coils -- -- .
type bale rope, Arrastronfc on Typhus Fever,
time may issue from the press, both in L for the pua'pose. It is published I 250 pounds bailing twine, \J nited; States iltftel, Miner and Tully on Fevers,

t this country and Europe, will) be noticed by JoaN S. SIMFSOJT, at three dollars a :? tons assorted castings, MOBILE. OrfilV", Practical Chemistry by.Coxe '

:ini\ criticised The situation and pro. year, payable in advance, or tour dollarsat 15 boxes old c.aret, L'Powel on Contracts, ,

gr'ssofour own literary institutions will the end of the year. Advertisements 4 boxes old port, jLHE undersigned respectfully in- JlQtse's New Gazetteer,
be strictly attended to, and usual t forms his fhenas and the %
4I frequently will be inserted on the rms.CCucfirst 30 bbls. whiskey, public, Walker's Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket
pointed out. The diffusion of learning, number of the MANNER::. 10 Wood's patent ploughs, hat hifc hnittt ii ain npcned %Milton vvorks, 2 vols. gilt.

i by common schools. academies: and colleges received and may be seen at this office ;; 20 kegs ground paints, assorted colours, i:=: :.. .. fur their accommodation Thompson's Seasons..1 vol. gilt
I established and patronised among where subscriptions will be thankfully receivtd. I .; "! p Ills bar ant I
75 kegs tar, 1 .... room, dining room Beauties of Shakespeare, do. I
., cu'selves will be I .1
especially regarded and .-Ed Pen. tiazelte. Sides soul leather, bed champers, having recently Campbell's Poems, do.
most zealously I encouraged. Scientific -. Sides upper do., undergone considerable repairs and improvements Hervey's Meditations, do.

researches\into the geology and natural NOTICE. Calves' Skins, tie trusts they \vill be found Pilgrims' Progress do.

1 history of the western country, will claimparticular I ETTER of Administration on the '8 bbi's loaf and lump'stigar, comfortable and convenient He has Pope's Works, 2 vols. do.
attention while
:! its topography I 3J baskets sweet oil I been particularly careful to have good & Shadows
f and statistics will be occasionally .noticed. A estate of Col. John Miller decraseu, Lights of Scottish Life, do.
25 boxes assorted window b edsall of which are now new and clean
the hubscnber glass,
Kvery thing likewise connected with its having been granted bj 4LSO,
45 His bar id table shall be
the of Es- kegs cut nails, a< as supplied
first settlements, rapid growth, and the Count Court for County The Sorrows Wetter
pre. demands qr. casks Madeira, Teneriffe and Malaga as the market will'en&ble him. His Vocal Standard
sent condition, will be carefully sought. cambia ; all persons having against Life Franklin
stables and Paul and
wine for sale by are large convenient and will Virginia,
said estate requested to presentthe
after an.1 fully detailed. be found well ed and William Tell, GuU \'er'a Travels
and those inuebtcd Stone & Nisbet. stui well served. &c. &e.
will immediately,
be furnished of the same
Reports proceedings '
p One of his stable has ground flOor for WHICH,
of our highest courts of are desired to make payment to December 10th. 1825. with
itw. together the
the use of race horses. Having experienced stock heretofore on
and of important legal decisions; and W. ila ell Hunt, ,\)1" lUE.A and active servants, and being him- hand, composes a very extensive and general

I communications on medical subjects, Administrator. sell devoted to his business, he hopes to assortment*>f books, and will be

with. accounts extraordinary cases ndt11e' Pensacola, 'Jan 27, 1826488w.A. "I: ,LL of persons James B.indebted to the estate give contentment, to such as may thor sold at the New-York prices for cash.--
modes of treatment will be given. Starr deceased. are
him w.th their Families Country and public or private
company. may
The! man of b"s .n-ss will find, under hereby requested to make immediate Libraries furnished
be accommodated with the
{ private rooms. on most liberal
t e .. our IcAiNEP much that may be useful : ,. pymcnt; ; and those having demmdsare terms, and such books
as are ordered and
; flJ1 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

p'.! the- earliest mini duly proven, for adjustment.Win. :: leCahawba ,Journal Montgomery -
sp-\rni o procure most ; .
tf .uidarrurcU-intelligence of the state WU fcssion in the several Courts of WestFlorida. Davison, Tuscaloosa Mirror, Louisiana distance will be as promptly attended to

of: the fi -Jets] both foreign: and domestic.JV : Any business confided to him, Executor.Pensacola Advertiser, and Gazette, Pensacola, will and meet with the same liberality as a.

tl .' correspondence will be opened and I will receive his prompt and careful. atten Dec..20th 1825.-43-8w. I please insert the above onc'e a week for personal application.
r Te ly maintained with New Orleans tion He may be consulted at his office two monthsand forward their accounts t-j
: f', and the principal ,eastern cities, specially in Pensacola. i r iwcff's1ufterior Sale. the Commercial 'Register Office, for pay Hunt.

I.J ,, for the purpose of procuring and January 27th, 1826. mente- April 12th, 1825.

-4. furni4iinv in detail such intelligence as -- Court, West ,Fgorida.'Pfaos. ,44-2m... ., .
Xf.ay he important i he merchant and Fruit and Ornamental Trees Comym, 'xr.* of -

f. th": *..nncr. The pricescf o ir staple productions '/rws. Comyiit deceased, FOR SALE..

___: and cfthe pii'cial articles of .c.WiDQ -1 4 vs. n. fa.Francisco Lost sometime in June last,

) .' importation, the extent of the demand MaximiKano A Note oi: Hand THE following in the very City valuable of Pensacola property: ]
\ mw
th" rrtcs exchange, &c. will be given 3f19 \ de St. Jfaxent.: ,
and it
wit1 a* much promptitude, and ) fe>Y vittue of this execution; have -taWp mOR the sum of two'hundred dollars, ?immediate vicinity, belonging to
,, \ accuracy PKOPHIKTOR OF TilE ken the William and Col. John R. Fenwick, is offered for sale ;
title signed by Loftin Geo
.: as possible. A portion ofj the paper will I right, and interest 'of I
.. Lincean Botanic Garden this defendant and William B. for terms, apply to the subscriber, who is
all humming to
b? Mifermly devoted to the subject of agr.TuUure to the remainder of the payable his
Wills, dated about the sixth seventh of duly constituted agent and attorney
; &;id the mechanic; and manufacturer FLUSHING, LOJYG ISLAM, i in fact.
will be furnished/with/ accounts, ,' \ '' '' to the public, his very ex- \ ,Iulyl824. All persons are hereby fore.
.. as I lull as can be obtained of tlc: mostvali.ble vJ!.# tensive collection of the choicest n8\d Land, warned from trading for said notefor it i is; House & Iiot,

:, improvements/ may from {11 fruits, the selection of which has been the property of subscriber a: at present occupied by the

tin,o to time be made in the productionsof made with the.greatest care during more contained in the "Cam Blanca tract** of N. H. Mitchell, subscriber most

'IH! : arts and ;n the various species of than half century, and to which large re Dec. 29th 1825.-46-3t. pleasantand
$) mac'nnery.'I cent additions have been made. : '$;j '. desirable residence If not soon sold
-- will be td the
1 hs great rfiorts that are making for The assortment ornamental adjoining to this City on the West, and I rent.by yearto an approved
tenant, with furniture.A .
together some
the. diffusion of moral and religious! truth b led the south S1.'a"NAlt"i..
7IJ trees, flowering riT un on by Pensacola Bay, Lot the
? and t'le extension oft the besssngj) ; oi civ- ; ? plants, isalsoery extensive.- and) shall.proct-ed on Tuesday the 4th of adjoining' South corner of
iizat.o! will bcarctully uatched, and: -: \lso, of IJulbous flowers whichincludel April next, at 12 o'clock at the Court ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT TilE the Redding upper end Q|

1 : their results made: known. Without entering I. 620 varieties of Tulips, 380 otKy&cinths House to sell at PUBLIC AUCTION;; Pensacola Bookstore public square.

[ Into the dissent-mis of v.cta *uncout'oveisy besides a great variety Of other for cash, the defendant's right to so much &O Athena ot Lana

or .lttl mp ing to fu:uicli: tie! "c-c.ies Tn- green house department df the aforesaid tract of Land, as will pay I An Jlsiortmcntvf Stationary ccntisting of ,

details' ';f'Missionary nterpriz*, ui'.iiitiful: has also bfen greatly extended, and now the sum of two hundred and twelve dol- I fj\UILLS, superior quality; more cr less,* fronting St. Rosa Sound?

record: will be given of tnt mr>si imp'ii- comprises abuve 1800 species, among it.s,! 75 cents debt, and aIr cost then due Letter, Polio and Cap. paper. and opposite to the City of Pensacola,

tant ihtetligenct'especlii! g the progress winch ale the m>>splendid and rare upon this writ. Waters, Sealing Wax i near to improvements of Judge
4. of.ur 'hoyreligiua :n every part of tnt k-inds: including 30 kinds of oranges, 'v. Davison Peg, Cork, Glass and Pocket Inkstands, Brackenridge ; situations like this: are/

.- world. lemons and citrons, 28 of the camellia ]1- I Red Ink Powder, destined to become valuable a*residences

A corner will be ocrasiorally de-volou Janor.ica. or JApan rose, 200( of gerani i I IJ j Sh'ffEs. County. Japanned'band Boxes, Paint Boxes, for the'sumjner, as well as for the cultivation

t to an account of muu. .ic proce-' ''ipp.. Sheriff's Office. of the ...
: & to 'J' 'o of h<:>th and green and foubeapSiiU. Rod LapeIndiaii Rubber, Orange, &c.
far as th',')' may bndetmert' intprt-sti.># to t : olives, myrtles, ca;)e J.as.rains:, Pensacola, Dec. 1st, 182540lamts.Suitiit's Lead and Slate Pencils, Crayons, ,

': the cratt and worthy publication; ida t n Sio In the ccleetionareaiOut 1U, >00 i Camel's Hair v do. 80O Jrns ot- Lana,

: \ repi'hr register wi'l' furnished of the grape vmes I.f 1t: finest Kuropean ki ids Sale. Pencil'Cases, "

: officer trom time to tunr elected in the for willl" andt1 ubie ai'd above 500( rari \Superior Court, WCBI Florida. Indeiiblr Ink, Drawing Paper & more or less, about three miles north,orSymne of
_Pensacola, and known the
several gra'd lod es am1 gri il chapters tie* if the (/,t beautiUil roses, including John y James Inncrarjty, Bonnet Boards, by name
which there is comfort
throughout the ITited Sui-i. I ? a, on a
54 kinds! of ClnncHC: monthly ruse, vs .f1. fa. ALSO
,Nor uill pditical topics and the l new'S :,nd 9 of the Moss rose. ALSo 73 varir.'j .:Ifillan de la Carrera j Clothes and Hair Brushes, .. able dwelling and outhouses, and was off
eupigd\ some time since Col.VaJton-
k cfthe be by
duy: overlooked A summary ties of tne douote! : of Connnon'iJcMfsors Razors r "
'" j aIa. The niw cat I. : virtue this execution and the ., : there
BY an excellent stream of water run
fL"- Vi'-l'! L" : .VITa curiAfwi i >rn u,> loguea for 1825 are just p'lbHiI'... uu-l. proceedings( had in th-s suit.I have Supen Windsor Soap and ,,. it
.; ning through this tract of land and a.
dc -d, > t &a inurh iu ct-tail: tht limits *t' ,
ab be obtained ot the Common Watch :
y. Hasell taken of this .
may gratis Utant"and right defendant to the Keys well timbered ia
I 'I ofsjir a publication Will permit, and as orders left with him for -there is not, perhaps,
or wanted I W. ttasell Hunt.Renaacola
,,, much so probably as the HUBS of readersmay per mail to the proprietor, will meet with : : vicinity, a more eligible situation
M saw
:: detm-important"of; the prominentoccurrences nous &: L\'f ., 15th Oct. 1825. : mill.
attention and be .
prompt shipped to any I ,. ...; .
I : in our os-n and foreign countries. a ALSO,
v .
articlesof furniture
? Sundry household
I. The proceedings of Congress and !
November 18th 1825-38-tf.NEWYORK ground situated No. 296 O11A -
on Govern
4 of the State
Legislatures will be noticed I, -- Robert Mitchell
inent Street in this
and .
City, shall
-. and such as are material and of general : : pro John de la Rua -. .
MIRROR cted on ruesday the 4th of April next ,, Agent & Attorney in fact,
interest, minutely recorded. .
y at 12 o'clock the vs. for Col. John.R.Fenwick.
at Court House
: to sel 1 ; ..
.: It is not intended ANDLiterary
to engage in any of ti4e same at PUBLIC Tieheirs Turner l .- .' Pensacola, 4th. Jan. 182645tf.
I AUCTION; for ..
: the little political controversiet' theI Lad ie Gazette.D. and Stark, the' heirs of :" ,, -1
c4sh, to satisfy the
pay sum of three IN PARTITION.K. -
r' times, nor to make this paper the vehicleof C. \lot \\kiss hundred and three dollars 19 cents for Col.. J os. Philips R. Conec&r** 0cetDiirictoJ p"t1JlJc lIl,t'
I personal or party feeling. It will ;
occasionally James Ram.
debt and all costs then due on this writ. NoW1J2 5fr24fA, 1825. )
however, be devoted to the No. 4. Canal Street, JV. Orleant.KING age. and all 'others
I support of what are deemed importantcardinal j 3> Agent for the above publication I \v. Davison, concerned. Notice is Hereby Given,

I -- political principles. It will sometimes will receive subscribers at 3 4 Sh'lf Ea. County. HE above named John de la Rua willapply I Ii4 TO Masters of Vessels trading to Pen -

p discuss questions of political eco i per annum, payable in advance ; No*. 1 Sheriff Office, at the next term of the Superior sacola, Vhat the 17th section of tnj,

,: :- nomy. It will inculcate respect for our I to 14, are just received. The above* is a Pensacola, Dec 1st, 1825-40-lamts.I (;ourtt for the District of West'Florida Post Office Law,will-be strictly enforce*

r federal and State constitutions, and a I weekly publication, printed in the royalquarto to be holden at Pensacola, on the first from this date. _

i4 : striet undeviating compliance with their form on fine paper, with a burgt I NOTICE.ft Monday of May next,'for partition of a certain S Geo. W. ,Barkley, ,

N provisions. It will discountenance all "ois type, and in neatness and beauty of ft is my intention immediately institute tract of.I lartd, lying and being to the t .Collects",

I i.1 undue interference between the severaldepartments workmanship, is surpassed by no periodical i.
I' of the government, and all publication_ America. tKe Western District of Florida, to u e' containing four hundred arpenlSjmore Pensacola .25th,_1825 ..39_ .,. _. '\
J' unnecessary and dangerous collisions be- I hold atPensacola the first 9
. on Monday of or less commonly known by the name of
tweeD tbc Slatrt respectively and the na:- I JUHT RECEIVEDr May next,on a certain Mortgage, bearing Gonzales tract-one undivided thirty*

tion. 'It will discourage acctl jealous. FOR SALK AT THEVeuaacoia dite 15th September 1821 given by.: sixth'part whereof owned and possessed 1820.

-, ; sand local prejudices. But while Charles Oeeler to Charles Ivy, for securinj in L simple by the said,John de laRua't .

It strives thus to cultivate &" tiizcUspirit, : ; Boole StO-r the payment of 684 dollars...pnn ipal i, ..cne half part'of the whole, by the .

It will boldly maintain the rights nod zeal I-I.I AN ADDITIONAL ASSORTMENT O? v th the Interest due thereon. .The land aid heirt Turner Stark t twelve thirty(

I Cu*ly support the interests of the' w st- Blank Books be und by said,Mortgage consists of 320 sixthf by"the said heirs of Jos., Philips, J ust. Received and for Sa1.
? .
em;couni? 'Jtwl) endeavor to pointne arena, situate on the North western side four tblr1y.l 2ttha by,the said ft. ILalI, I
ft cUims of the wesl//
,,CXJ\. developing Playing CardsI otthe mouth of! ttsqunbia River, on a pan and one,thirty sixth by the aaitfSamesBamage ATTHE
Val character of
' 4 younger portion which the town of
Letter Beelersville b laid: as tenants in commbn and"tbisnotitfe
tle Paper P
reo eonfeder.sc nsacoIaJjooTc.Store
J and witllout"utlder.- oi t. .
is to all
given concerned the
i of thng die rgliU or merits_ of the ritizcni: Penknives &c. 'ire.W."lIMell John rn aforesaid -,
I nlu' Lee Williams tract tC land, pursuant to au act _
er section* ofthe country, it wdl 1 1rF M I
iTu&t to provide for the partition of lands ,in .
of oth M
he equal rigtiuand merits of the < 1gg*.
r .. b $* etlhar4yandrntei3ientwns! of ;the Peiuucola,19th De .. 1825. P'snsacola, 3d Dec.,1825....41....2a.n4m.HE tbizTenitory.'% t .Louisiana, &'. MissiesippALMANlO \
; brave, The. immejise importance of turnVft. Deerskins and""* BeesvVaxTHE :.N ti '. 1 p. v ,J D., de- la. Rua.Pensacola ., : ; FOE '1826.

: ili canalsftud / .
otter:*branches -of Feb.3i.1826.49-8w.
.. .
; pike ft highest rtretpricewillhe: giv- '. co-partnership heretofore! isj :a4 --, Pice--pergro e S. 10 ..
rOt'p'rovcJ nientj iliitttrated[ d t $ --..' "J T I A ; t .
i bet f
( nu Effort'will ih Cad, for Deerekinaand Bee ing, ween Wm Wright&.Charles, '" 'c'. dozen, -. .
tmorCf4.l.and tM bo : .... P ndar 'is this JO* 1 .B Aic2 : 19.1
JM4eto in4uce U ep(9( ite| of Tennessee waxby, _!-.t. day by mutual consent" dis* -" 'sing1&one. :..
SI I Y U.r ."-,..L. '.' : ;:;"U $. ,
o'ifc them "' John Jerrisdn; 11 OW'ikid t sctJu1on.foctea\t --.wc Uuo
; at .,.&.iiireipcrimeot. jr. :i Jlohasape' DeCrSOtb 1825.' \ 1 .. ', .,
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