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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: April 8, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
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General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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III. (Princl non homine) PENSACOLA, ,SATURDAY, APRIL.: 8;i 1826. tOpec to all': es; inllnenctd bq none.) NOi6. .

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Laws of the United States. to the limits prescribed by an act I 4iIvCE L.RNp '1.I : '
was and Clarke
; upon the set 1818, for a f farther term of tea
supplementary to the act, entitled !>!
q / From the XationalJourn' tlement! bf Astoria, at the mouth years, and limiting British set
An act to amend the Charter of ,
G" Boundary of the United &, 44eonthe ; of the Columbia river, under the tlements within the latitudes of

i Georgetown, approved third \ Pacific! Ocran.-On the 3lst';' protection of the United States; 51" and 55, north, The British o

March and, one nine thousand the said eight limits hundred between January'; last, the Presl4fH> of and upon the restoration of, thai plenipotentiaries lioftafrmitud.:.a. ,

JN >aM seventh and the United "commiinicaTed establishment"an American paper,',proposing to annul the ad-
eighth streets to Congress, in compliance with possession, in 1818, by Great Britain. P pulation the third Article of the ,
shall be further
I extend extended, so as to a resolution of the House of Representatives convention in question,. ajqd, ',to
westwardfrom)
layette I of the 18th of that According to the letter of Mr. substitute a boundary line,- frpja, -
three hundred feet.JOHNW.TAYLOR'i.
? street month, a report from the Secretary Rush to Mr. Adams, the British the Rocky Mountains, the 49th 4

I Speaker of the House of Representatives of State, with the correspondence Plenipotentiaries opposed the degree of latitude, ,' to the point ..
I JOHN C. CALHOUN with the British government claim of the United States upon where that parallel strikes the

Vice President of the United States, and relating to the boundary of grounds: extremely<< vague and entirely great north-easternmost branchof

President of the Senate the United States on the Pacific unsatisfactory They adverted the Oregon, or Columbia river "

I Approved-March JOHN 3 QUINCY, 1826. ADAMS. Ocean. The report consists of a I to the navigation of Drake thence down along the middle of

,I letter of instructions from Mr. A- and Cook in that direction, to trading of the Oregon or Columbia, to,its

.. rLl dams, when Secretary of Slate, to posts said lo have been form- junction with the Pacific ocean ;

*s Orori.t&\\. Mrs" Rush: whilst the latter was ed in several places with the consent the navigation of the whole channel .
BY AUTHORITY. Minister in London ; ofan extract of the Indians, and insisted to be perpetually free to the citizens J' '

[PUBLIC-No. 7.] An act to provide for the compensation: from a despatch from )lr. Rush, that the unoccupied parts of the and subjects of both parties;

An act making appropriations for the of the officers of the present Legislative containing: an account .f his discussions -I north west coast were as open as no settlements to be made by either

purchase of Books and defraying certain Council. with the British: Pleni- they had ever been for: the forma- party within the limits as- ,. ..
for the of the Libraryof Be it enacted by the Governorand tion of new leltl ments. the .
expenses use potentiaries on the subject ; protocols signed to Other ; settlements .
Congress. Legislative Council of the of Conferences ; and of a The leading object of each party already formed to continue to be
Be it enacted by the Senate and Territory of Florida, That the has been w
the
to
paper specifying the conditions, gain sovereignty occupied, at the pleasure of the
House of Representatives of the following sums be allowed to the as to the boundary to which the of the country through which proprietors, for ten years ; and,
United States of America in Congress Clerks and other officers of this L
: United States would accede, and a the Columbia river and its tribu- for the same period, citizens and
assembled, That the sum Council as 'a Compensation for paper declaratory of those in which tary streams pass. The preten- subjects to pass and re pass, as tv
of five thousand dollars be, and their services, viz :- Great Britain would acquiesce. sions of Great Britain, from the heretofore, by land and water, to "

the same is hereby, appropriated To Samuel Fry, Chief Clerk, The settlement of our boundary feeble manner in which her negotiators rade as formerly, without duty "',
out of in the Treasurynot two hundred dollars. .. .. _sea-ty-
any money on the Pacific Ocean is daily were enabled to aunnon or imt\nd. ihi*> t *ur"
otherwise appropriated for To George E. Tingle, enrollingand becoming more and more impor- them, amount, in reality, to nothing cal regulations, which, in other ..,.
the purchase of books, under the engrossing Clerk: one hundred taut Independently of the more than the occasional; respects, the parties may find it .

direction; of the Joint Library and sixty six dollars thirty of preventing future expediency con excursions of her traders among i necessary to enforce within their '

Committee, for the use of the Li- seven cents. flicts, by an early adjustment' of the Indians, and such transient I respective: jurisdictions.iFromrthis .

brary of Congress.Sec. : To George T. Ward, enrollingand the line i of coast over which our fi ixture* as were necessary to their ( exposition of the A- i5-

2. And be it further enacted, engrossing clerk, one hundred government' is hereafter exercise comfort for the moment. These merican claim and the British

That the sum of two hundred and and fifty-nine, dollars twelve cents '(sovereign jurisdiction in that cannot be ultimately bustuined against pretension, it will be seen that thm.ain WI

ninety-five dollars and twentyfivecents To Paul McCormick, enrollingand quarter: the claims of those who I the right of the United point of, difference between :: SS' *

be, and the same is hereby engrossing clerk, oue hundred I are engaged, in the fur trade, the : States, founded as it is, upon 'the ths United States and Great Britain '; --I- ...

appropriated out of any unappro- and eighty dollars.To fisheries, in the traffic with the surveys of the shore, up to a very on this subject, is, that the,

priated money in the Treasury, for John H. Lawrence, enrolling ludiins of that coast, and in the high northern latitude, by the first former are willing to continue the : f."* .

tletraying the expense for two and engrossing clerk, one hundred intercourse I with the Islands in the European discoverers America ; boundary line along the 49tb. degree .
i
stoves and nine tons of coal, for and fifty-nine dollars seventy five Southern Pacific, and with China, upon the examination of the of northern latitude 'to' the .

the use of the Library. of Con i cents. demand the earnest attention of mouth of the Columbia by Captain Pacific Ocean, while the latter .

gress.JOIIN' To Joseph R. Lane. Sergeant at our constituted authorities. In a Gray, and the national expedition wishes to pursue that parallel no t', J- .:. i
W. TAYLOR arms, ninety-five dollars.To word the interests of of Lewis and Clarke, from farther than where it will strike .. .,:,: ;
navigationand o' .: ."
Speaker of the House.10HNC.CALHOUN Representatives, Albert Philips, Door Keeper, commerce are deeply involved the Mississippi River to the Pacific -I the great north. easternmost branch ,

seventy-five dollars. Ocean. If Great Britain had of the Oregon or Columbia river, .
"Vice-President of the United States and in 'the question of national right ;. -
President of the Senate. 2. And be it further enacted, and jurisdiction in that region.The not considered Astoria on the Columbia and then to follow that river to the "", 1e, .t Y t.

Approved-March 3, 1826. That the Governor of this Territory -I I: parties that have bad territorial which had been taken by sea, retaining for British subjects, > .\ '

JOHN qUINCY ADAMS. be, and he is hereby, author- claims on the extreme western her agents during the late war, as in common with American citi- I '

ized to cause to be audited the of this continent a part of the territory of the United zens, the free navigation of the
[PuBlic-No. 8.] {.part are
An act concerning the transportation, of accounts for stationary and other i Spai, Russia, Great Britain and States, she would hardly whole channel of the stream. At 1
the mail between Vincennes and St. f.mtingentexpences incurred for the United States. The facts have restored it in 1818, in fulfil this stage of the negotiation the 1i

Louis. the use of the Legislative Coun- upuu Which they respeciively rest, men of the Stipulation in the first further prosecution of it appearsto i
lie it enacted by the Senate and cil. are distinctly adverted to in the article of the treaty of Ghent. have been 5 spended.In .

House of Representative of the Passed December 10th 1825. instructions of Mr. Adams and To comprehend the subject. ,, the correspondence betweenMr.

United States of America in Congress President_,... of the A. BELLAMY Council., the I letter of>Ir. Rush. This correspondence more fully, ihr reader will under- ; Adams and Mr. Rush, it is
assembled, That so mucn of Legislative stand that the third article of that the
by
SAML. FRY, Clerk.Approved however, is no later gratifying) to perceive ,
the act, entitled "An act to alter 10th 1825. the convention between the United territorial of the
of
December than the 12th August, 1824, and rights countrywere
and establish certain Post Roads,*' WAI. P. DUVAL, is antecedent to the treaty withRuss Slates and Great Britain, of the maintained with a full know .', ]

approved March third, one thousand Governor of the Territory of Florida.RESOLVED t which, althoughfor 20th of October, 1818, the country ledge of t particulars, and with J,

eight hundred and twentyone -- ... a* Petersburgli( on the 17th of and waters in dispute were, for the great ability in argument. .

as directs that the mail April;| 1824, was not consummated space of ten years, to be free and 1: }

from Vincennes, Indiana, to St: By the Legislative Council of by au exchange of ratificationsa open to the vessels, citizens, and From the National Journal.

Louis, Missouri, shall pass by the Territory of Florida, That the : Washington, until the 11th of subjects of the two powers. Mr. 'Bankrupt Mill.-The bill lately *!

Vamlalia," shall be, and the game Territorial Attorney of the middle January, 1825. By the third ar- Adams, in his instructions to Mr. reported in the Senate, for the establishment :

hereby is, repealed. District of said Territory, do, in ticle of that treaty, it was stipulated Rush laid it down as a basis of of a uniform systemof :1

Alpro'ed1arch 3,_1826. the name and on behalf of the that, hereafter there should negotiation, that the applicationof Bankruptcy throughout ,the United -

: --i 9. ..1.erritoryenter, a rule in the Superior not be formed, by the citizens of colonial principles of exclusion States; is one in which the
PrBuco.
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for Middle Dis- could not be admitted the United trading of the communitywill
An act for the survey of. route of a Canal Court the the United States, any establishment by part
1 between the Atlantic and the Gulf trict of Florida at Tallahassee, a- upon the north-west coast of States as lawful, up'on any feel a deep interest. If a majority '

of Mexico, gaicst the Honorable George America, nor in any of the islands part of the Northwest coast of A- in both Houses of Congress :j

He it enacted by the Senate and Walton,.Secretary of this Ttrn-: adjacent, to the north of 54 degrees merica, or as belonging to any could agree upon the necessity of
Mouse of Representative of the European nation. This basis is the measure, it is probable that
tory, to shew cause why a peremptory and 40 minutes of north latitude -
United Staleaof America in Congress mandamus shall not and, on her part, Russia assumed upon the fact of the independence the details of the bill would present : J
rengaged
assembled i':hat the Presi- be awarded against kim, to com- ; that none should be of the American na- no insuperable difficulties ; -

dent of the United States be, and pet him to receive in his of- formed by her subjects, or under lions, the rights of territory aui- because, the necessity being once' J

he is hereby authorized to causeto ice and deposit among the rolls her authority\; south of the same viving to them, and the necessitythere admitted, every member would naturallY -

be, made an accurate and mi- thereof,' two several acts of this parallel of latitude. The claim will be for room for the accommodation lend his aid in perfecting
note examination of the of their future po- the provisions necessary to give
country Territory ; the one entitled "an of Russian sovereignty, consequently -i
'outh of the St. Mary's river, and act to incorporate a Bank in the may be regarded as having pulation. Mr. Adams viewed it effect io;>> the system. '5'..
of the world and .
including the same ; with a view City of St. Augustine," and the o- been virtually quieted, and as a necessary consequence of the In all ages ,

10 ascertain the most eligible 1 her "an act to incorporate a Bankin fixed at the latitude of 54 degrees existing state of things, that, particularly in commercial coun-and <

route for a canal, admitting the the City of Pensacola," which i 40 minutes north. henceforth, the America c011ti- tries, the relation of debtor 35,,

transit of boats to connect the Atlantic : said acts have been passed at the By tt e third article of the trea- nents would no longer be subjectto creditor has been an interestingone < 5

) with the Gulf of Mexico,I present session of the Legislative ty with Spain, of the 22d of Febru- colonization. He instructedMr. and, in more than one favor instance -
of laws in
and, also, with a view u ascertain : Council according to the powers ary, 1819( the boundary line between Rush to propose to Vie British of,the the latter severity has been so intense -- ,

the practicability of a skip channel; vested in this Legislative Council l her former possessions and government an article similarto been .a.
have
that he cause particularly! to be examined by the act of Congress organizing those_ of, the United States,_ is described the third article: of the convention that those who !
the route from St. Mary's it.Adopted. n by the Sabine the Red of the 20lh of October; 1818 ; ultimately unable to discharge 1

rIVer to the Appalachicola riveror December 9th 1825.A. River, the Arkansas, and latitude and, with a view to draw, a definite the pecuniary demands against'them
HKLLAMY, line of demarkation for the have been consigned to slavery %
bay and from the St. Johns's 42 degrees north, to the South
river to the Vassasousa baywith a President of the Legislative Council. Sea or (Pacific ocean. To this arrangement future,' to stipulate that no settlement and their persons placed at ,
view bAML. FRY,Clerk should hereafter be made on the disposal of those to whom "
to both the above objects ; it is understood the
4
--+ ; of they were indebted. Even now, .:.
the Northwest coast or on any
that ,
he cause the necessary sur- new government of Mexico has ,'f
"C'S< both by land and along the Resolved Unanimously, made no objection, and is willingto the islands hereto adjoining, by Under goVernments less enlightened of-. .it ,.
and those .
coast, with estimates of the ex- That the Governor be reques ted conform. All the territorial citizens of the United States than' our own, ,and:' : .
pense of each, accompanied with to communicate to GENERALLA rights I lot Spain, north of latitude42degrees north of latitude 51, nor by Brit- Great Britain and_ France 'to-.'

proper plans, notes, observations, FAYETTE -the expressions of reverence ; north, have therefore ish subjects either south of 51 or some few other kingdoms: extreme reinspect S'c:' ..." .
: is exercised wjth .,t F .
the
explanations= and opinions, of the and affection of the Legislative (been transferred to the United north of 55. Latitude 51 is rigor r ,
of'this class. ,.
Statesare to delinquents
Board of Engineers, and thai he Council, and of the peopleof States. degree at which the United ? .

cause! a full report of these pro- this Territory, as v ell for his The panish and Russian claims willing to limit their future But the spirit humanity and.thein-, thein ".4' .. ..
flucnce of Christianity,
Ceding: .3: he made to Congress ; high and venerable character, as having been thus amicably.settled, settlement it being understoodthat mankind ,*: -*..

"ud io carry the same into effect, I for his inestimable services, ren- there only remains the conflictingclaims the Columbia river branches creasing,knowledge- :, r,.4' ..... ;.. .

the sum of twenty thousand dol- dered to the,United States, during ''of the United States and that far north. As, however,Mr. are every where graduaUydeevloping ttiisubject/', i. .. *
ideas $
Jars be, and the samt U t hereby, their revolutionary struggle ; to Great Britain. ,Adams observed, the boundary new on discnmina .
of *
in latitude 49 to I and'\forming a line >
the Territory of United States line already ran
visit
; the
appropriated out of any money inN invite him to The ight claims of -
the --just ,
.e Treasury, not otherwise ap : and if it should be consonant with to territory on the north-west the Stony Mountains, Mr. Rush lion between .. .. ..; V
authorised, should it be ear misfortune and the merijjtt punishment J""!.,. tr
inconsistent of' Spain was -
propriated. his inclination, and not coast rests, upon that of fraud. The. basis'or .
Al>proved-March, 3, 1826. s with his interests, to establishhis -, which, as far as actual discovery neatly insisted on by Great,Britain, domes ti trade,' .5a8; ;, .. 'vvA
it in continuance foreign and
-,.. permanent residence in the could give it. was prior to the to consent to carry the well in the'." United State .ft* tn ". k- .., .
States and that Florida of o\her nation ; upon on the same parallel, to }
[Pcm.ic-No.10.] 1 United right every iDdividualcre- <0:
An act to extend the limits of George be honored as such resi- the entrance of the Columbia 'river sea. Mr. -Rush eventually submitted England,,is mainly ...,,."t' .::5 45 w 4'
may eqierprize,
and these give
town in flau District of Columbia. dence. and the name given to .it, by to the British Plenipotentiaries dits ; : couSdence *' .ttt.!" 5
Leif enacted 6y the Senate and Adopted December lltb 25. Gray, an American citizen paper proposing the continuance .- adventure: ancttO personal .. (
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Captain *
.;ut of Representatives of the A. BELLAMY, \ the exploration of the ; of the. third article of the. afr immense expansion* ""- ; "
; upon I : C'tiII ': ;
of the world
United Con- of the Legislative Council.SA&1L. r convention of tbeSOth of October, The commerce '
States of America in president sage ri\er'over land, by' CspU'ms J JI .
great assembled Thai in addition FRY Clerk, .. H
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j ftltcigeiher in where :assuring him of the_ pleasure it. p
cases
unlett
and Hero the fame of a
its conquer.or ,
neyer have attained present Colombian CONG S lNAL-
to'him to ice the. :
been-made Criminal by gaVe
deb
Hts bas
condition without in the cause of Liberty ,
;
prosperous harbour. On the folr' ..
his' association with Trawl. We haVe flag'in his
these credits t j and in proportionto he ever pretended to place direc House of Representatives
their extension is the risk of own name in competition with set ciViliiecJ world'an example lowing day, the 'Bey gave
freedom which will lions, for supplying schooner Saturday 4th AarcA, 1826
of of that of \WASHINGTON the con- of1 political ,
failures on the part many 'declared nettfr'fad-e from the records of with provisions and water in Mr. Hempbill, gave notice tbat fceshonld
those who in it. But occasional trary, has he not repeatedly I. Thursday next calf
engage let also be the of the effort of the Spanishand on up.tUe bill! ,
the human events : us spite
looked to
private losses are not to I II _that_he A__ .up French Consuls to it. making provision for Revolutionary om.cera .
be weighed agaiust permanent I 'example of bur illuitrioasas \Jnu:1 firs rto erase, both in its characterand prevent ,and moved that the Committee of
oT his utmost efforts to punishment, debt, Trom The former threatened to strike the whole be discharged from the further
worthy
benefits and when nation
public ; a imitate ? And was there so much the catalogue of crimes. To an his flag and return to Spain, if consideration of the bill, and that it be

reaps a thousand advantages honorable mind the consciousness" ours were admitted in the port- referred to the committee of the whole!
and presumption in this, as to subject of the Union "
tom the intelligence activity 1 Mahomet with on the state -Ayet 89. *
brave the magnanimous -the deep, degrading, mortifying The Bey replied therefore
of its population, the government I the The motion was agreed tp.
is bound to shield from ruin and South-American to the sneers of consciousness, of!being in debt to firmness atfd resolution that he The) following are extracts from the report

the men any Countryman Washington his] fellow-creatures, is punishment might withdraw, and tell the king of the select committee on this in.
irretrievable despair,
his Master that the ocean was I Leresting subject:
have belonging to the National Legislature enough : it needs no human ,
with their farailies-who may I Tlie committee to whom
was: referred'the
for the settlementof
coi
contribu'ed to promote the welfare I ?-Mr. Randolph must I to ive.it greater pungency. large enough memorials of the surviving officers of
his differences with the Americans.
of-society at large.. Uponthe think differently, from all man- the Army of the Revolution, Report

strictest grounds of right, no kind or have the most sovereign : 1ji! Y\\\Y.IG.N. He sent directions for That Delegates in behalf of the survi.

is held liable for what is lost I contempt for their opinion:. In I : hoisting his flag in all the batteries ving Officers of the Army of the Revolution .

one that which is termed an the Instance to which we allude, -j j' 'J .Prom the JVorfolk Herald. in honour of Colombia,.. and from the respective States of RhodeIslandPewOfork
through from England."The that any salute fired by the schooner N Jersey. PennajU
1.Late8t
act ofOod ; and surely, those oc. he certainly stands altogether a- vania, and South Carolina, "Convened at
currences which, from human ignorance lone.Ve believe that neither in Shtp Richmond, Capt. Crabtrce, should be returned, staling the City of Philadelphia, and agreed to
arrived in Hampton Roads on that he owed to the'es'se1 the memorial'
denominated the accidents nor out Congress; a solitary individual ; present a respectful once
are which could be fO:1nd'wining to Thursday night from London, lame hospitality as to th ose of other tore, to Congress, in hopes of obtaining

of life, and upon all that he is reported whence she sailed the 20th Jan. nations. The English and American from the Nation that reward for their
human fortunes so much depend, oubscribe to I services and sacrifices which, in then :
Ca )t. C. broughtonlytwo Consuls also hoisted "
deserve to je placed as far as equity to have said in relation to Bolivar papers opinion,is due> and'wh.ich. has been withheld :
will authorize it, on a like and he 'South-Americans., of be dates of the 15th and 17th their colours on the occasion, and for a period that is l long and unreasonable f, -'i

d of January ; which confirm the used their utmost influence to sustain uird until they have become far
of business .
The
footing. man Frem the Jtdltimore Gazette. reridication ort via Philadelphia, of the ab- the honour and character of advanced in their old age, the youngest

exerting all his skill and employ- The Last of the PO'lvl1atan8.-In i of the Grand Duke Coif- our flag ; and they as well as the among them being within a year or two

ing the utmost dtlligence in his another column we publish a stau'iineiu favor of his brother Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, ind ofsvvenly.The -

power, may, nevertheless, sudden be reduced speech of John Randolph, of Nicholaswho has been crowned Sardinian Consuls, formally declared depreciation memorialists of the refer currency to the in general which ,

to poverty by some which the Roanoke, unique in its kind, but Emperor .f all the Russias, under Colombia to be & free and they received their pay, the paper of

mischance, against bearing upon hi face the mark the, title olNicholas: the First. independent nation. On the IStli which being ultimately redeemed ax one

o most consummate prudence could of the author, as the horse shoe The panic in the money market Captain Johnson repealed his visit hundred for one. The certificates. also. ;
not have'guarded him, and for of the mutation of the half >
con. tor
upon the brOw or Red gauntlet- had subsided. Many of the to the Bey, who assuredhim pay r Ir
life, for five full
which he ought not to be con- years pay owing to no
demned to a thing to be wondered at and pi- banking houses, which had suspended of the friendship of his govern. provision being made for the payment of ,

perpetual penury. tied, rather than to be admiredand theiroperations, had either ment, and of the efforts he would interest or principal, soon depreciated to j

That a law establishin a general wished for. While in power, resumed them, or appointed a make to induce the Emperor his eight for one ; and, even when the arrears .

system cf Bankruptcy was administration when would do establish the most interest were funded, the certificates
f
as the organ (> an day they so. master, to cor-
the framers ol bore
interest of three
contemplated by an only
Mr. Randolph floated smoothly a- 'here had been no advance in dial relations with our government.The percent \
the Cunsitution, is manifest, in- -,_absorbing, thereby, at once, one
Conbs long the current of things ; but the article of Cotton, but rather adej English and American Consuls half their value; and the payment of one
uch empowered -
asnr, as they when the administration changed rt.sion.ILHtdon". i made him the like assurances third of the principal, besides: was de.

gr j, : to enact.. : such_ a law. Itsprevtmon its opinion of him, he cast anchor, January 15.--.We I ; with the latter of whom he ferred, for ten years, without interest. f
u'" r-I .hj r. :a. l lit. The The memorialists, after referring to the ..
of knavery ; and, o 2a. 4. ll wcr'',- wwl hue PVPT since.J hae received Frankfort Journalsto had an amicable correspondence acts of the

The restoration of the unfortunate, ,like a pebble in a stream, causeda he Sin. They contain nothingn respecting the protection given by : concerning Congress containing their pay, delicately stipulations

in a respectable! character, to the spray & nois moro amusing than from Russia ; but give long the Trinidad to Moorish property decline to suggest any mode of the sc,- '.

circle: of the trading community.' injurious. *\ htntvci John Randolph exlracis respecting the operationsof on board Spanish vessels. tlement of their demands, but leave :hc

Wnen an individual is realy! :; hdS ristn to sp; sk, the house Ibrahim Pacha. The Egyptian From the Baltimore Gazette, whole matter to the liberality and justness 1

it is hat the lias been still as nighi": ; & when his leader has an alarming force in A very short time will, in all of Congress impressed, however,
'
bankrupt important with
a Oelief that the sentiment
fact should be immediately knownto speech has he-Mi. published& the the; Morea, with which he is pro- probability, develope news of ufth1eIrtlov.ctizeiis::general would gladly approve !I

J his creditors, in order that, if newspaper readers have loft all ceding against Mtssolonghi. much interest respecting the ope- of a generous proceeding, on the ,-
I
he be inclined to disbonest)"-, hemay other matter to peruse it ; but the T e accounts represent the eraiions of the combined forces of part of the llovernrncut, in favor of thci:

be legally disabled from taking attention to hear, and the cage-- Greek fleet as unable to cope with the republics of South America.All stipulated reward. f

,, of ness to rrud, has proceeded fromno those of the Turks, whose new I accounts agree, that the Islandof Ju contrasting the darkness of the
them .
advantage by concealing times, in which the memorialists succe -
hope of deriving cither instruction courage has been screwed it Cuba, from its proximity to :
his up
. or iransfarring remaining fully fought the battles of their ccuntr), i
. property and funds ; and, for the head, or charity fur appears b> the Pacha placing a the republics and the resources with its present secure and eminently !

ii be truly honest, that Le should, the heart ; but from our propensity ; man on board of each ship, who which it commands at all seasonsto happy condition, all n.ust feel friendly r

what he has still to be au.used with the ovi.rfluw- has orders to strike off the head inflict serious injury to the disposed to give to the claimants a pa.

in by surrendering be relieved from the ings of the gall of'a troubled itud of the Capt. if he fails in his du ty. prosperity of the freeStates, is tient their hearing, and to be willing decide
,
posv'ssion on the fairest
: pressure of engagements whichhe i discontented spirit. An unfortunate A Series of official documentsfrom the meditated point of attar k ; equity.cast(, upon principlesof

I inclination or determination Si.( Petersburgh, published and that the approaching summer The committee submit ia
cats, in his stale (,f embarrassment respectfully
} never hope 16 fulfil, and to see only the dark side of every in th Berlin Gazette, now attest cannot pass without presenting the first instance,whether the claim: of

placed in a situation in which his object, confirmed by habit, rendersthe beyond all question, the resignation the spectacle of aU the assailing the officers are not sustainable- on the

.industry -;1d experience may, sight of prosperity and individual of the throne of the Czar by points being in possession of the looting of of right and due, by the solemni-
I nity a contract.
eminence as painful to his the Grand Duke Constantine, and republican arms. The following
for the future, become available Under all the circumstances of this
(o society and to himself These mental vision, as is the first: view the accession of his brother under extract of a letter from Vera Cruz highly interesting case it appears to the ''II.I

tv' points embrace the. whole of the bkfcsed sun to the miner ; the thle. of Nicholas I. gives some information upon this committee that one of the two modes ,I.,

wis.lom and policy of a bank and he turns from the prospect Last night's Gazette contains a subject not heretofore published) : ought to be adopted for the final settle-

and calls it bad, because his nerves despatch l received at the Est India lThe: Contador, (pay mrster) ment of the claim of the memorialists, a*
rut system ; and in its opera- reasonable, and the faith and
of i/ibertad informedme becoming
from
are too contracted to receive or House the Governor the Frigate ,
ti1 every description of personsis dignity of the nation. First, by the
endure it.-O.i this account sir. (Sujncrai in Council at Fort Wil- of a very agreeable piece of
terms by former memorial
j interested the larmer and proposed a
jv planter, as well; as the merchant Randolph is always ready, and liain, in Bengal, including two news which he learnt on board of that is to say : deducting from the arrears -

'> und navigator the sturdy labourcr has been sometimes useful, in deleting despatches from Brigadier Gen. his B M. Corvette Silla, which ofthe half pay,computed from the

p. ; an error ; hut never has he M'jBean: one dated 23d April, an- anchored in- our port yesterday. I cessation of hostilities?, to the present
as well as the ingenious: me .time the full nominal amount of the computation
been known.to propose a remedy, uncing the occupation the Island At his departure from Carthagena I .
' 'chanic. The imperfection of the certificates,and paying :he surviving
State insolvent laws, and their or to give his assistance in supporting of Ratriree, and the other, Colombia, an e xpedition of officers the balance, and henceforward

limited effect, as designated by one. Like the Roman the 15'h of May, that uf Sandovvey 12,000 men, commanded by the during the remainder of their I

o decision of the Supreme Court Emperor, he has set all around on the Main. captain General Burmuilez all lives, paling to them the half pay st'pl!.

him, friends and foes, on fire with Abdication of Grand Duke Constantine on he point of setting sale for hated by the resolve: of 1780.
: ol'the United Stales, require a uniform in ...\icholus.-The official documents Or, secondl that should
angry argument, and then qaifllylaughed favor of the Island of Cuba. I could not ) congress
e and comprehensive remedy I relating to the abdicatiun of the proceed upon the equitable circumstncesofthe -
sneered the confusion miss this of
; and, with regard to public or at I Grind Duke Constantine have reached opportunity commanu case, and pay such a specificsum

morals no reasonable person can he created. I the!country-Constantine was marriedto ating to you this impoitant rateably among the officers, according

doubt, that a system that tends to For some lime, Mr. Randolph d Piinccbs! of Saxe Cobourg, in 1796, news, Announced by the commandant to their rank: and the resolves of congress -

has been silent, and we were in when he was not quite seventeen, did of ihe Corvette to the cap as may appear reasonable and :.
remove the inducement secret hopes he had become sensible noli l live happily! with her, and wa divorced tain of the Libertad." just.The
and fraudulent conveyances, and in April, 1820. li. May, 1820, he I firt has in substance been twiae
that ihe most dignified course for The information is in some degree confirmed ,
diminishes the causes of litigation married his present Princess; and it by the subjoined article from the reported to the House of Representatives,
S be productive of vastbeuehts him to pursue was a silent one ; see ns that an Act relative: to the succes. and not sustained. The Cun.nritlee,
must Norfolk Beacon of March 1, which, if
and since he must leave the MOI to the throne then therefore, due these
politic was passed by the paying a respect to
lo the people in genera!. true, shows that the heavy armed part of
.. al! arena, to do so with dignity at Emperor' Alexander, which has never the Colombian squadron is already at sea, decisions, have unanimously agreed to
been made public. In Jan. 1822 this recommend the latter mode, and to con-
But in this have
least.
hope we and near to the point of its destination.
French Claims.-\Ve learn matter was again agitated. On the 14th fine its provisions,to the comforts of the
been 1"he fire which The twelve thousand men to be furnished
disappointed.
from Washington (says uu- New 01.t. lat month Constantine addressed a living,and make its acceptance a final
York Gazelle) that it has been determined has been so long burning, has ;}v. letter to his brother, whom he supplicatesto and by Mexico had already for concentrated the arrivalof discharge of all claims on the parr of the

upon by the Executive en a fitful blaze ; his, gall has I transfer the right of empire to the succes transports.were merely awaiting surviving officers of the army of the Revolution
boiled :$tor next to him (Constannne in and in with these
lo recommend to Congress once mere over, to the mortification ) or. Front the Norfolk Beacon. ; conformity
of his friends and the der of birth, expressly declaring that his views, un the subject. tne committee have:
a Silsby, of the BrigVilliams
Captain ,
t the policy of sending a special wi* i is tu remain 'in the circle of herewith the
private reported a bdlappropruting!
..
I musemenl of his arrived here yesterday, from Falmouth,
mission to France for the purpose opponents. life,' On the 2d Feb. 1822, Alexander sum of dollars, fur the purpose
Jam. fallen in with
( ) having on
But little is reports
of enforcing on that government commentary neces- answered" this application by a letter agreeing 13th in t. in the Gulph Passage and remained aforesaid.It .

the necessity of a liqui-'a: sary on the above mentioned I to COl1 tantiue's request. This in company fur three days, witha is but a rational conclusion, that it

lion of the claims! of our cuircns. speech. It carries its own condemnation tep was professedly taken with the approbation Colombian fleet consisting-: of five fri- is the last time that the military officer?

We have doubt thai and may be traced to'' of the Empress Mother, whose pates, two brigs and their tenders. They of the revolution, in a body, will ask .of
no Congress sanction! Constantine it
t thought necessary the of "*
i to the Northward. Congress favor to consume any
the unkind which has were standing
feeling >> guided
vtiil in with the$ Ex- |o ubtain. On the 16th of
conrur opinion August tiiiie concerning them if their prayeris
Extract of a letter to the Editor of the ;
r 4.k f* uti\f, & in this ('\'ent"lhtrei11 his political career ; and \\ e 1823 the Emperor Alexander signed Charleston Jfeecury dated. granted, they will have no inducementand
-regret hat the Senate of the United a Manifesto, stating the wishes of if itis make
be. a !propped of indemnification: "Havana, Feb. 21st, 1826.The sqtiu- not, it will be hopeless to
-- States should have had to listen Comlantine, and appointing Nicholas toIhejthione dron, consisting of the Lealtad, Iberia, any more; solicitation*.; indeed, thy

From Ike < to its sounding verbiage and i of ihe Russian Empire, as well Perla, Sabina, and Caslida frigates, and have now not much time to spare, their f
Petfrtburgh Intelligencer.Mr
as t ) the iikieperable thrones of the King hand'
Habanera schooner, under the commandof approaching dissolution i h near at
strains. To defendthe t
Rcndolfili.-It is to be re- disrespectful i I dom of Poland and of the Grand Duchy Commodore Laborde,sailed on Sun- a little while longer and the earthly scene
.. retrd mat this Gentleman in char tcer of BOLIVAR from the I of Finland. Constantine expressly will be
:.r says day morning last, for St.Jago, and after between them and their couafy \
resolution the aspersions of Mr Randolph, or to in lat teller (that of the 2Gtu Novem- closed foret 1
submitting a : to landing there a regiment of troops, they cr. i iTuesday I'" 1i
vindicate the South Americans hjll, 1825,0. S.) 'my wishes are not c.li- March 7. i
it ,
dignified bod) o. which he is a ; proceeded, is supposed to cruize olf "
Member, should so far have departed would be ti) give a weight to his to any new dignity or title, 1 wish Carthagena, but their future destination The following joint resolution offered
retain that of
solcjly (;Cesarowitz: with Ward of New York, wa3read
tirade which it does deserve i is not positively known. yesterday by Mr.
from the usual course, as not ; which l,was honored by my late father.'
second
The two first shipi rate fifty and a time : _
and the The ., .. guns
suggestions as to
to accompany his motion with any respect Emperor Alexander in order to secure tile lures I oiuers' torty-tour" gun i Resolved by the Senate'and House yM'

k i 'obser\'Atiotlscar.ulated: to depreciate ,outward at least, which is the publicity of the act of renunciatiOl The Uritisli Brig Ferret has sent another : presentati-ces &c. That the President o.
'.- due to the Piesidentofthe United (ia case ot need,) directed that co- the Senate and of the House ot
slave into
t, ; '\ the character of one of the of it should ship port with negroes ; : Speaker
States, would be thrown pic: be kept in the great this makes a second within a..month. i Representatives be authorised to close
of theHgr away.
and
'f. J brightest purest men Cat ledral at Moscow: in the, Repositories their respective -
. We have newu from Jamaica to the 11th this session, by adjournment of
To make for
the of
t.. k '0 and ,to wound ,the just pride room speech of the Holy Synod of the Senate, anil of inst.It that the expedition from Houses, oil the day of h'y
\I a Mr. Randolph, we omit t.-day an the .Directing Senate all under seal appears I
of u inhabiting the same ; l. _
.... People. Carthagcna against this: Island has been neit. 0
.
i account of a suicide an exiruordf-: and ,all to be kept secret, except on the
: ,' : 'cunt tnent'a,,ourselves-we 1 mean given JJr. wight of Massachur**ts,moved(to
:! "fieneral" BOLIVAU'" and his fdluwI nary birth, and two other casualties -* event a-denrme of the Crown. That: up.Fri'n the Charleston Courier.It refer the resolution to a select coniniitttft

... .: 'I *citizens. f SouthAmericaVe for which omission or change, the event(documents has now occurrea are brought, and to light.of course. has been rumored, and we believe with instructions to report an Ijourn- -

," -are sorry, than any American we ought perhaps to apologise to I From the,N'cltio7ZUJournal.. on'good authority, that a privateer ment.cn'thle Sawyer"of last Monday North Carolina in April.Mr. ,.moved

'. Statesman, more especially that a otir readers. The Colombian privateer acnr. 19 now fitting out at Savannah to lay the resolution- the table ayeS

Senator from Virginia, should d-- Trinidad, Capt. C. H. Johnson, u&derthe Colombian or 84, i1Oe 12. .

have <(
p ao unnecessarily made, were ungenerous Spy, of 22d Feb. states, that the on he 9th of Nov. and was visited person arrived in this city a few Mr. Dwight! asked the House to consider ,
table
to say the least of,them. jail of that county was 'without a by the Port Captain, who salutedthe das since, to enlist sailors. The the joint resolution laid adjoumoje'1"on the

.:; Let it be asked, who is 'BOLIVAR, single :prisoner for debt. If this Captain on behalf of the Def, I II British Consul', we are told, has'inconsequence yesterday Ayes 51, noes, in relation 59. to an

; otherwise the Liberator, or thr almost isolated instance afforded, I exf resting his good wishes and sent to Bermuda fur Mr. Herrick of Maine, offered t'b'

: Washington' of'inc. South *-Will. an opportunity of congratulating the pleasure he would derive from a man of war, to be despatched to following joint resolution, which wat re1J

Mr Randolph dvny to him the. the county in which it occurred see ug him on shore. On the the mouth of the river to take an-l laid on the table. of I!"

merit of the most perfect _disinte"* how much greater ground foraatisfiictionwould ,lot i, Capt. Johnson landed and out every British subject who has prttentaiiyetofthc Jtetolvedby the,Senate Untied and,States BQule ofiJJIt\;

restedness, the devotion of,a 'Patriot it be, if imprisonment pal i I a tuit to the Bey, who recd deserted.rr m the ships of that nation rica ffs'OwjrrtM tuivnHed two tlurdJ: 01.

ti\e qualities of. a ,Civilian j jr.r for debt were abolished 'c4 him with gretU kludneis, anjl may tie fOund on boyd boAli houses cpncurrir thM the foUO'f_


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ine amendment to the constitution the the;present session' may not be terminated mind jthe trtie character of these mercial, IDrp.oth- intercourse Uof
be proposed to the several I ,in the month of utterl:
United States April. claim tod, ,
if would
;:; they give a expanded and enlarged.
*-and when ratified by three-fourths an motion of Mr. McDuffie, the souse .. DEMAIIN to the Pert" Office atPemacoU
thereof State shall be a 'part of said constitution. then resolved itself into committee'of the striking instance :of noble gratitude .. ,... ." M taa_:: '1. ,u, ,'on tfce,'.tit day of March

whole on the state oftbe Union, Mr Me I and disinterestedness, will Frovt rAe JVott*W Jours4..*(reA 1$. 1t26 i, :which,if not fatten toe}wn h) three S

t'be Congress, if two-th.of both Lane, of Delaware, in the :hii'. pass the bill in silence. A die ,- Panama Atoilon.-The Senate !month; will be forwarded to the General

houses dull deem it necessary, shall, in Mr. Everett, of Massachusetts, then I CU$3195 of three days would absorb have .confirmed the nomination of Post Office as dead tateta. .. ." .

the year 1830. and hi every tenth year. i took the floor, and in a speech of near more of the finances of the Richard C. Anderson of 'Kentucky -Jaincs'Alderdrce, Osjden C. Ah-\; '
thereafter and no oftener, propose ainrndtnents three hours in length, conspicuous for ton. .
'
lhan would be and John Sergeant of Pennsylvania u$1 :,
the constitutionkin" the its country ptrhtps, ,
lestine
the B.r-C
to eloquence and ability, opposed I BJdcra ., siiies G. ,
manner prescribed in the fifth article of resolutions of Mr.' McDuffie. He con- : sufficient to smooth the pillows of as Commiisioners 'on Boughst 2,Wm. J..Belt 3, Sitnon' Bryan ''

the original constitution.Mr. tended that it was unconstitutional and all these veterans, during the remainder the part of the United States, to Jam;>>8ogman2,James Brewiler, Sam

Herrick said, if he 'was in order, dangerous to change the provisions of of their 'earthly pifgrim- attend the deliberations of the Middle 2, Robert L.. Browning, John ,,,,"

he would ask the indulgem-the'housevhile the constitution ; and that such change I Congress of South-American Barrow.: J JI
he oflered a few words of explana. I i was neither called for by the voice of the age. C.-Charles B. Caldwell, James B. I

lion,in prebcnting the resolution, When people, nor the circumstances of the Republic tte Isthmus of Panama. Child 2, Doc ;etet, .Christie 2, Mary -

Ite first heard the corruption and corrupt- i times. He denied either that con-option Fourth. of July-No, if we say a word I William B. Rochester, of i Collins 2, Alexander Clendinen 2, J. B.

ability of this house discoursed upon, he !!,I had crept, or would creep into the recommending a proper celebration: of it, New-York, is apointed Secretaryto .Cazeivive: A. Clark,Lawrence F. Carter ,.

was inclined to consider it as idle talk ; House ; repelled the attacks which had our public authorities may, on that account the Mission. ;, Uenj.:Clements l Junes QoJville, :William

and when the gentleman from North Ca. been made on the Cabinet, and the in- pass it unhonored by-we therefore The Campbell; ; Arthur CalCs,Isaac N. Coxt,

rolina,the other day,undertook explain j i ito I sinuations thrown out in relation to tfce copy the following, from the Baltimore injunction ofeecresy being Jeremiah' Clark, Ezekiel tobbLD.J.

us both how corruption does, and how !, late Presidential election, and eulogizedon American, without further rtm :-k. 'removed by a vote of the Senate, : 0., :beverm; Thomas Delpby,

it does not, creep into this house ; when, the present condition of the country: We observe with peculiar plea we are enabled to state, that the :Erany N Dean.E. .

if he rightly understood him, he said in standing, as it does, a model of the wise sure that, the eastern and southern Question on the expediency of the .-EnochH. pvereVt.

ubstance! that when a candidate for the administration domestic affairs'and of papers, thus early in the :season, Mission was determined in -the jp,Samuel" Fry, Antonio. Fernandez.G. *.
Presidency wishes to corrupt a member ,, the happy and long desired union of lib. 'affirmative by of .-Arch'd M.Green,Augustin Greek*
are endeavoring to rouse their fel- a vote 24 to 19.
of this house, so as to obtain his support, erty and law Marten Gordcn, James Gayton, Jdab
be does not come directly to the member Friday, March) 10. low-'cuizens to a splendid celebration On the confirmation of the nom Gaines. .

at.d say, if you'will aid my views,you shall Mr. Forsyth, of Georgia,from the committee qf our ensuing 'anniyersar,. inatlon of Mr. Anderson, the vote U.-Joseph W. Hail 2,W. Haseli Hunt- ,

have a part of my twenty-five thousand on Foreign .Affairs, made an unfa. The :next Fourth of July will was-ayes 27, noes 17. On the Henry Holtslanderj' Mr. Mog Edsrard
I
dollars! ; but a friend is commissioned to vorabie report on the memorial sundry complete the fiftieth anniversaryof I nomination of Mr. Sergeant-ayes Hickey, Pleasant M. tiuie.
whisper in the ear of the member, if you inhabitants of East Florida previous to I t--Edlard.: Ingram.
will aid)lr. Such-a-one in .Staining the I the cessIOn of that province to the United our National Independence I 26, noes 18. I J.-Joseph R. Jirvis 2, Alonzo Jackson ,-

Prt-sidency you shall be rewarded with States, praying indemnity for injuries: Through what variety of changehas -0:1'-: Dennis Jones, Efisba Jones, Stephen S

sgoodfitoffice. He knew he did not sustained by the invasion of said province the last half century passed ; Prices of Cotton. Johnston

quote the gentleman's language, for,,he in the year 1812 ; which waa bid on the how pregnant,has it been with the K.-Wm. M. } aig. John kellar. .
did net recollect it,and he hoped the gentleman I table. GLASGOW, Jan. U.-We have L.-Doct. Tho. Lawson! G. Loomis,
fate of of
would correct him if he had misrepresented __, kingdoms and empires. had a fair demand for cotton this. I aac Lockhart, Lodge Nb.. 17, Wm. K.

bin meaning, for he had no iJ We hope that in :his republic, week, at a decline of l4d. 'pn lastweek's Latimer, W. A. Lacy, Jobji p. Jockey

intention to do so. He then thought the [PlE :.bA which ha* been borne steadily and prices middling 18d. hue James B. Lardner, Charles. Loxley, J. 5-
Wentworth J rkin,Fras. Lasseile.
gentleman had inadvertently and unconsciously triumphantly along, surroanded '
waiMcred from the of 22d. Sea-Island good llj" to M.-Jos, L, Moorehead 2, EdwiuW
: : regions SATURDAY AlMtIL. 8tn, 1826.. by the: wrecks and ruins of so
12d. Orleans 7 38d. Moore, Amo* Moore, Peater MuIIan
fart into the mazes of fancy. For"no such ordinary, R,
approaches bad oeen made to me, (said Verite sana fieur. many nations, the next anniversarywill middling 8d.-fair 9d. fine lid. McKennon, Enos, :McCoy John McDonald

Mr. II.) and 1 was sure that no man ii. the -:: ...- be held as a day of politic! LIVERPOOL, Jan. 21.-Since the J. McCampbelf, |Geu. A. McCslJ

least acquainted with that gentleman's I The; Hon. Christopher Uankin, a.member jubilee by all classes of men ; thatit wind has cuanged supplies Margaret McRae.

purty, integrity ;nd patriotism, would of Congress: from the State of Mississippi will be n'o partial celebration, ar-j N.-F. Norcom. -
venture so to approach him. And i confess I died at Washington on the 14th but of mirth : rivr more freely The demand P.-D. C. Pink arn, John Parker, J. S. -
thy general ,
a
joy
sir that the impression then made, inst. however, continues very languid. Paine, George Fcndleton, Bobt Fotten-:
farmer
is not yet entirety obliterated." I and congratulation-that the Consumers only purchase to supply ger.K. f

But observation and reflection.had led I We copy,the following'excelltnt article will forsake his plough--the I their immediate wants. inconsequence .-J. D. Rawlings Daniel Le Roy & j jf

liim to the apprehension, that something concerning'Revolutionary pensions from mechanic his implements of industry Co.4. ,
1
have again to notice
may creep into this house, which, thoughit the National Journal. It is much to be -the merchant his desk- i S.-James F. SchenkS, J. Street, N.
rim be called corruption, : a further reduction of 1-4d to II. Street, N. Shackelford, George W. .
not properly regretted that at this late day such a sub. and oin in demonstration
one triumphant .
vll be scarcely less deleterious effect. ject should occupy the attention of Congress 3-8d jn good qualities of American Smith, William Sritith,Joseph byraonds, S
feeling
He began to fear that it would become so ,shame it is-an everlasting &indelible : of joy-that the and Brazil lJ and about l-8d on Jessee: Stroud, Andrew bimpson.T. S
and riot .-F. A. Thornton 8
be unanimous James
for learned will Thayer f
iMicn a matter course every shame-that has
our Government low Uplands. There dpes not
member, either to propose 'an amendment -1 not lung since provided f the Fathers of '>ne frowning brow obscure the of 2, Luk Townly, Richard Tice.. I
a present prospect any V.-Orcar ,
; to the constitution, or to make a our Independence, in such a manner at gladness of our national jubilee. appear Vigneaud.
I favorable chunge.SAVAJJNAII W.-John T. Warfield 3 Melanthon
Hpterh on a proposition made by another, to enable them to finish their days in Even: in the contemplation of sucha T. ,
be delivered in one day, or tote Mdrch 21.-Upland, WLMbLL4r3 4. Lewis Warrington 2. Wm
too long to and We
plenty.
are particularly
peace twelve millions of C. Whittle 2, Edward NealWilkinson
at Wortlungton,
spectacle
published in one newspapei, even aJewapcr ; pleased with the closing remarks of the prime, 12 1-4 a 00 ; fair to good Cnarlcs : .
,
Charles \\
Wayne,
rivers add
of sire; or I freemen, divided by by I
; very extraordinary Journal and hope that our Congressmenwill 10 1-2a 11 12. _, son.
both ; that, even at a time when the peo- not disdain to profit by the advice ot mountains' but uniting in this celebration CHARLESTON, March 23.The V.Elizabeth Young, Michel YeagerV.HaseilHunt .
pie are perfectly tranquil, and, apparently I the editor. : with the cordial feelings
with the constitution sales since our last report amountto \
satisfied
perfectly 41 reference of ,
iy to our report inspired the oceasionof,ur.b an
as it is when no memorial addressed about 1300 bales, at 12 1-2 a Port Matter.
;
to Congress, no voice of any popular the proceedings in the House of anniversary- -the heart swells with 13 cents fur Upland, and 12 3-4 a Pensacola, April 1st, 1826-6-3t.

assemblyshall' afford the slightest evidence Representatives, on Saturday, it transports of delight-man feels 13 1-4 for Alabama, chiefly' for -__ -

of popular discontent; that even will be seen that Mr. Hemphill, I himself' enobled, and in some mea- cash, including a lot of about ,90 1nang: ,nt

then some twenty or thirty propositions of Pennsylvania, the Chairman of sure partakes of the grandeur that Claiborne Mail. ".
amend the constitution will be madein bales Alabama. 13 1-2 on time. >
to the select committee to whom the But if
a session, and so much of the time of he contemplates. we MOBILE, March 28.During the UE on Thursday at 3 P. 5L,

the House must! be engrossed listeningto subject ,was referred, gave noticeof would have an anniversary worthy week past there has been a fair Li Closes on Friday at 10 A. M.
alludedto his intention to call on of the time and the dignity of
the long und learned speeches up demand, and prices have continuedvery Tallahassee Mail. -

and in discussing the all-iinporunt Thursday next, a bill to providefor the event, no time is to be lost. steady at 9 to 11 cents, and a Due o.n Sunday! at 3 P. M.

question of the time when the question the surviving officers of theRvoluHonary Our fellow citizens should assem i Closes on Sunday 6 P. M.Hasell .
choice lots sold the
will be few were
r-hall be brought to a close ; for it very
From the their different wards W.
Army. ble in
:recollected: ] that in these modern times, a now I latter part of the week, as high as Hunt;

vi ry considerable portion of the first session settled hostility which exists in and appoint committees with full 11 1-2. A great portion of the Put Matter.

is consumed in Congress to the principle of confer, devise and Pensacola, April 1826-6-3t.. -
of every Congress: pen powers; to meet, .. sales are made at 10 to 10 12. ..

.settling this question, notwithstanding sions-an hostility founded on establish: the manner of celebrating We are still without later Liver. IN obedience to an.act pt',the Legislative \
that terrific weapon, "[he ayes and noes" just views of the genius! of our institutions Free om's Jubilee. It should Council of the Territpry of Florida ,

is occasional!) brandished overour heads. and our true interests be characterised with all the imposing pool advices.-Com. Reg.. entitled "an act to incorporate the
He said, that he feared it will. come toll Pensacola and
City the
I nothing but a deep and universal grand eur of possessions, improve public
nuch time will be consumedby .
tlutt <
;l.SIi so Errata.-In our list, the following typographical roads in the neighbourhood thereof "
this which can answer feeling of the extent of service all our Fellow- ;
Congress in way, performed accompanied by errors occurred.In an election was held at the Court Housein

no other purpose than to demonstrate and the equity of claims citizens in their respective civil the editorial comments on the act this City on Monday last, for Mayor

that some of the members are Icarntd preferred, can procure the passage -1 I occupations decoration should to amend an act to define crimes and and nine Aldermen; the following ahcwa .
and others economical ; that the : misdemeanors" fcc.-for "ptcuniarif in- the result thereof:
of bill the splendor of the
any proposing an extension be wanting-
claims of the war-worn,suffering soldier 5 i" .
read
apropot" peculiarly propo: rOB MATOn ,
the brave, generous, patriotic, but unfortunate of the system. The pre- spectacle should but reflect the In the communication on Agriculturefor John Jerrison.

sailor ; the bereaved widow and I sent bill, however, is assuredly of light of our own hearts on an era ayote" read azote, and tor *'plaa,;," (-5'.5L

hup less orphan and others, who may havea that character. If there be a class so g orious. r ad phiJitl. lOft .U.DJRJlJli: : .

right to loot to Congress for redrew of of men to whom, aboVe all other -=.... S) Joseph Pablo Palmes Noriega, William Davison,.
', will be entirely neglected. Timothy Twitc eli,
grvances
Bills of relief may, indeed, be reportedb men, we owe a debt of gratitude, I I, HYMENEAL. Samuel Patterson, Celestino Gonzales, LI' i'i'I :

the standing committees: have a first it is to those who struck off the fetters arch 10. MARRIED.-On Saturday last, the Benjamin D. Wright, E. A. Sierra. I
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reading, be referred to a committee of from the moral, political, and j JVaahznston1 2r.d April, by the Rev: Mr Maenhaut of Peter Alba, : ,- .,
In the House of Representatives the Catholic Church, Mr. FnA5CiscoCOMMTMS
the whole house made the order of the territorial energies of our John Jerrison
country.No yesterday, after the routine to Miss MARIA Jossn SEHRA.Port ,
day for to-morrow, and ordered to be -.
of cQld calculation
principle Jfaytr.
printed.; Congress after Congress will business:' of the d.y was concluded April7.-it. -
should this interfere | -
in between
make just so much progress in these ca.J case, Mr. Everett, Massachusetts, wm V9 4
death sail end to our feelings and our judg United States of J
cs, till at length put I I took]; the floor, and spoke nearly :America, _
sufferings of the originni applicants; and ment. \\ e should not suffer those District
West
three hourssin opposiuon to the of Florida
89. .5
after while perhaps you may do sonic who s:1crificed'their youth, to of: FenB\l (}\\\. S.
measure justice to their legal<< heirs andrepresentatives. resolutions of Mr. M'DufHe. The WHEREAS a libel hath been filed
give to all future generations of expectation of the speech of Mr. Court of the United -
their fellow-citizens freedom and ENTERED. States for W. Floridaon) the 4th Oct.
'1 hese are the considerations which had Everett, had tilled the galleries ; 4S
prosperity, to linger out the few April 1.-Schr. Harriet, Maura 1825. against six halfpipes of wine, commonly
led him to the conclusion, that Congress and While we can say, on the one called Red wine
that
New-Orleans order. stating,
Cargo to
to be deprived of the of last years, perhaps only monthsor
ought power
that flattering and 'Y.
han a more George Barkley Esqr. acting Deputy
bquanderingaway a session in discussing! days, of their existence under Schr. Philipa, Balderas, Mobile; Collector and
I universal attention was never paidto Inspector the Port of
amendment to the constitution, unr.alled the thraldom of poverty and help- the first Consignees, Jn. Jerrison jr. S. P. Pensacola' hath seized .the said six half
for the people, oftener than once in : anjy young member .on Haines and Jno.
by lessness The youngest of these Innerarity pipes of wine as forfeited tq the United

ten )'carli. fathers of the land, as appears serious effort, we may oe allowed 3.-Schr. Thorn, Day, New- Mates,,for that ov\.th 24th day of May

By the rules of the house, the resolution from which on the other bind, to observe, that I Orleans, Consignees, J. l:. fe i... c. in th. "ear of o iir l-onli one thousand

lies: on the table of* course. lie the report, we publish never was atlention better compensated I Keysers, U. S. Comm'y 2c Master. eight hundred and twenty five, the said 1
in another part of our paper, are six half pipes of wine
should probably not ask the house. very than on this occasion. vere attempted to
soon, to take it into consideration ; per- I' b' within a year or two of Seventy." Taken as a whole the speech was -Schr.. Elizabeth, Forsyth, be landed, from the Schooner Caravan,
,' i New-Orleans; Consignees, U. S. at that time lying,in the baroor,of Pensa
:iiaps not during the present session, Unless They have reached the period
',.:''.. I as great as effort of the human and the Master. cola, which Schooner "as.Jaded.weth
be blessed Navy Agent .
",1..,. he should find time, anil when strength becomes labour
with ability, to prepare a long .speech in4tssupport. mind, an we have witnessed on CLEARED.Ajril goods, wares or .mer handize not. the
and sorrow when the sustaining of the United
; the floor of Congress ; and the effect 3.-Scr. Amelia Roitch gruwth Stalestand the said
,
memory of the past is clouded. wine was attempted to be landed, without .
t, Th cfoHo wing received from which it produced appearedto N. OrKans' 1000 bricks Joe
message the. darkness of the by : having complied with: the, provisions -p
by prentand
:' llu1 President of the United States, by I I us to be uniform and unequivocal. Noriega. required..by the thirty ninth and.forty

%'r..i,.iJ rmjnn, was communicated to when all the active business .-JW. Journal. -Schr... Thorn, Day, New- fifth sections of the revenue laws of tber
the house by the Speaker, and ordered : ot life is over. They shoula not I I I -.,. United States, in such case made, and.

to be laid on the table and printed : perish for want of u portion of thai We have recently teen, in several Orleans, Ballast.Schr. New- provided, wh'ereby the same, became.
Elizabeth
To the Rouse of Rtpr f tentative of the I subun .:which, but for their efforts rumors of Forsyth, forfeited! tQ the.United. States and praying ,

United 'tai,. in their better days would iewspapersj contemplated Orleans; Cargo, 90 bales cuUon the usual. process of the Court, that ,aG: -.4
,
I transmit: to the House of Representatives changes in the Department t by Stone and Ni&bet ; 24 bales persons interested in .the said .six half

a report from the. Secretary of now have been exacted from us to I I here. We know not "whence "-deer skins, 2 barrels otter skins pipe of.wine may be cited to appear and

State, with the proceedings of the Court sustain foreign wants, or to give, they originate, nor why they are 2 ditto Bees wax, 1 12 hides and 2 answer to the remises.and all due..pro.

anu Marsvhxl of the United States for the splendor to some vit -r ga.l establishments put in circulation ; but, as they barrel deer horns by J. C. & C. ceedings condemned be and had forfeited, that the same may be
district of Alabama, and other documents, at home. They conceive it to the use of the.
relation to the cargoes of certun alae1up \'\: freedom-they tend to mislead, we C. Keyscr-14 hides by Finlay & United! States,according to the form of
gave us perpetual as far as we can to give the statute in such
p the Constitution, Louisa, and the prurer: Rushton. I cue made and provi
ask us for food and raiment for u information ded. ,
Marino, containing the information re. the public correct up* ARRIVED. .- r .' ...
i
quested by the resolution> oldie houe, of few tears ; they stand as Belisa- ou the subject. W: are assured April 2.-U. S. Transport, Schr. h'erefore, in. pursuance of the monition ..
.under the seal
of
itood the of Rome : the said court tome \
the: 16th 1825. rius at gates of intended
February. tliatthe(
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rumors any Florida, Baker, Tampa Bay.. directed.and, delivered, I do hereby
JOHN QU1ACYJDJMS.Washington let not their names be banded chat ges in die Cabinet are utterly : 4.-Schr. Angelina, Wilson, Ap- Give IS'otice S'I'
tf Ui March 186.TAitrtday like his stain on the history .
,' down a d< stitute of all shadow of foun lachicola. A ; ::.
all and
Mtrch 9. the moral feeling to singular every person ,Crer..
a stigma on datin..rdeth. i New Scbr. Hope, Rielly, River sons interested in the said six ball .,'
:Mr. Cocke, from the committee on Indian and generosity of their coun 4* of.wine.that pipe
I I II Perdido, lumber to N. H. Al they appear before. the
Aflairs Hill
reported i I From the Btim.rc.freric&. \ court aforesaidj'at CoUrt House in the
len.
For the retiefofthc Florida Indians, to try.Here then is no danger of establishing 'fe congratulate our fellow City .Pensacob*on the first, Monday of
defray the of their removal be- r Sloop Dolphin Boillat Tampa '
expense precedents. We can the vote in the May, 1826 then auid there to interpose i
>orwl the Mississippi; which was readtwice countrymen: upon BAy.. claim forthe, same and to make their allegations
committed, and made the order.of have no second revolution which Senate of the United States, confirming S I' in this behAlf.Benjaiflin. # '

the day for to.mottow. will entitle its. achieverl to be the Executive nomination nON N 'tTS.'fI1RS.

Mr. Latlirop,of MacsachosettSt offered called the fathers of the land.- of Ministers to the Panama Con Wyman, S S
the following resolution which was a. PENDLETOtfT[ riptctful1puI .Depu:3q .lW4f'lhaJIt/t'
is of the extent The United States have "- lIp
There danger gress.
gricd to,and the committee was orderedto no e informs the Ladies cf Pensacolaand r Win,',Sebree

consist of seven: of our benevolence draining. our now taken that station they havea vicinity, that she will dress and re Manhal W.,/ -:

.Jle .lwd, That a..Committee be appointed resources. The numbers of these right to claim in this republican pair Bonrietts. She will also extract.any" Pensacola- April i, 1826.-'--3t. ;.---s-- .:

!: to consider the expediency o( venerable relics" are few; and confederacy.: The honor of stains which may be made with iron nut ui .5 S

making provision for the commencement makes them l less.ThoU .- the nation has been saved by.-title or mildew, and if requisite:will dye them i nL.\lXK.\ ;
S
<>f the next session of COngress at an car every year a yefy elegant black, which will be dura-
tnis
interesting
the confidence of sister *
-
who legislate on vote- our -oarbiufdetcrijitlorif-for ili.f 1
ner period than the one established by hie : ,.
-4 hw i and that the/ also consider whcUicr subject should bear, in J I republics confirmed, and Qu'r com: J'cr.! .co1ai AprU 7th, 1826.t, 5' ..to. *-. oft Jr". ***. ",}::
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PROPOSALS .. A,\ miscellaneous department. will be NOTICE S REWARD., Pensacola Book Store.
devoted to the entertainment of those '
For In Nashville Tennessee .R\ LL are hereby, Notified thaj f
persons
publishing, who: are fond of occasional relaxation from the subscriber
ot on
*Weekly Paper, to be entitled the from more severe employment, by the the*****'I will apply Court for at the the Western next term District RUNAWAY last, a ,Negro Woman JUST received per'Brij. St. Clair ds.
: Superior
perusal of tales anecdetes, &c from New-York, and for 'tale
Nationalnner holden the first
Such is a brief outline of the objects of Florida, to be on above,an additional assortment cf ij
named'mmc
Monday of May next, for partition of two m Books.,
AND intended to be accomplished by the publication : among which are the following -
tracts.of Land lying near the City of Pen 9
literary, Political C* Commercial Gazette. here proposed. It is meant to A ,.
'G&lvez and
of sac la, one including spring NEW WORKS.
combine the advantages a magazine
p the other including the large house erected ,t about 20 years old, of a light
and'a l''orthe accomplishment
fliJJJl] main object of the proposed newspaper.ofthis design, the publisher by Col. Wm. King1, each containing I, black, thin vissage, slender Rothelan, a Romance of the English Rit

J publication will be the develope- will the promised aid and 800 arpem. Which said tracts of land are made, very likely, dresses .tones,

ment of the resources, physical and men united! rely efforts: upon of several gentlemen of owned by me in fee simple, as tenant, in *I Stanhope's Letters on Greece, in 1823
of
1al, ofthis young but thriving Mid important distinguished talents and acquirements, common with the heirs and representatives very neat, and a genteel articles appearance.of and 1824 with Documents on the Greek'
Took with her several wearing
section of onr .common country.- of said King deceased. Revolution, and the life of )
well the editorial skill, tustap
as as upon experience apparel of a fine quality, made in the
Connected with this its
object, as means individualto Arthur P. flay e All,
and attainments of the and
small trunk articles of
fashion some
and its results will be the diffusion of ,
,
: nan'8 Sketches of the
and Buc
of calc whom its general superintendance by his Attorney. bedding. It is thought she has been enticed North Ame.
intelligence every description principal will be confided. rican Indians,with a plan for their
lated interest and benefit the community management- .. Febr'y 28th 1826.-1-8w. away by some person, probably lioration me.
It is surely time that some exertions I white, and will free. She was ,
the pass as
vindication of
our just reputa. made the intelligent and public- Theodoric, a Tale, and other Poems
were by
tion the of and the assisted off my lot by two or more persons by
support our right, NOTICE.fT .
citizens vindicate Thomas
of Tennessee, to Campbell,
of spirited late in the night, and there is on
Americans promotion but our as citizens interests of not'only the west. as the literary character of the State, Tismy intention immediately to insti- doubt but she has, or will endeavor to The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipts;
and to demonstrate the extent of her tate a suit, in the Superior Court ofthe off water above reward for Plain Cookery, &c. &c. &c.
The paper will be, as its name imports, get by ,-The
eminently national. It will have narrow mental, moral, and physical resources.- Western District of Florida, to beheld will be paid to any who will ap Biography of the British Stage,being the
! po is but concentrationI the first person Lives of the principal Actors
Nothing wanting a at Pensacola on Monday ofMay said her in and Ac
views, will be devoted to no party, prehend negro and secure
will no prejudices. It will be I I of effort. It is _hoped, therefore, that.the next,on a certain Mortgage, bearing jail,and a liberal reward for the know- tresses,
designed encourage at once for the gratification and importance of the object will turnisn a date 15th September 1821, given by ledge of the persons who assisted her The History of Matthew aid, by the
sufficient stimulus, and that Tennessee Charles Beeler to Charles for author of Valerius &c.
improvement of the scholar the lover of Ivy, securing off. Masters: of vessel &c. are cautioned
S will be content with the humble the of 684 dollars Hallam's View of Europe, during
science,the professional man,the farmer, no longer payment principal, not to receive her on board. It is probable the
obscurity to which she has hitherto with the interest due thereon. The fend the above slave has herself Middle Ages,
the merchant, the mechanic, the friendof disguised
been destined. Such a publication as is bound by said Mortgage' consists of 320 with man's The Spanish Daughter,
religion, the freemason, the: philanthropist apparel.
now intended, is aa important desideratum arpens, situate on the North western side The Human Heart,
the
the statesman. and the, light the politician reader.-, and if conducted with zeal, may no o the mouth of Escambia River, on a part: Robert Carr Lane. The Highlanders a Tale,

',- Every newsmonger effort will be made to furnish something doubt furnish facilities for the increase as o which the town of Beelersville is laid L Scenes in Europe, Scenes inJAmenca: ,
well as the display of our literary attain out. Mobile, March 6th-3--2t. The Blank look ofa small Colleger,
at once nourishing and palatable
for these various tastes. ments. The proposal is therefore respectfully John Lee Williams, Living Plays, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th; 9th
offered to the public, with the and 10th volumes, V..
liberal portion ofits columns will be ,
Attorney Jor JIlortga gee.
confidence of encouragement -
utmost adequate NOTICE.intention
occupied by original articles on literature Pensacola, 3d Dec. 1825412am4m. TOGETHER WITH
and
and science, and the number, talents support, I Paley's Works complete, in 5 vola
and of the Terms. 7T is my immediately to institute
acquirements gentlemen ]Rollins Ancient History, 8 vols.
who are pledged to contribute, are I l\E \iO\DS, 3 a suit, in the Superior Courtof ]Plutarch's Lives, 8 vols.
TIIE NATIONAL' BANNER is printed on a the Western District of Florida to beheld I
a sufficient guaranty for the respectability per Brig Amos Palmer rf Josephus's Works, 6 vols.
and value ofthose articles. The most large Superroyal sheet, with a small neat RECEIVED York, and Harriet fromOrleans at Pensacola on the first Monday of Hamilton on Purgatives,

interesting new works, which from time type, entirely new, and procured expressly -I May next,on a certain mortgage bearing Armstrong on Typhus Fever
to time may issue from the press, both in for the purpose. It is i published : date the 28th day of January 1824, given Miner and Tully Fevers ,
this country and Europe, will be noticed by JOHN S. SIMPSON, at three dollars a.. Thirty eiglt Cases and Bales Dry Gods, by Vte. Sebastian: Pintado, by his Attorney Orfila's Practical on ,

and ,criticised. -The situation; and pro- year, payable in advance, or four dollars' suitedto the season, comprising, in fact John de la Ruato Henry Mi- Powel on Contracts Chemistry, by Coxe,

gress of our own literary institutions will at the end of the year. Advertisements Super Cambric Prints, chelet, forsecuring the payment of two Morse's New Gazetteer,

be .strictly attended to, and frequently will be inserted on the usual terms. Common do. do. thousand dollars principal, with the =interest Walker's ,
Dictionary Octavo
pointed out. The diffusion of learning, OCj The first number of the BANNER French Calicoes, due thereon : the property bound by Milton's Works 2 vols., and Pocket
by common schools academies, and colleges received and may be seen at this office ; I Cambricks, Jackonet, Lawn, said Mortgage is, one tract of land on the gilt,
established and patronised among where subscriptions will be thankfully received. I Bombazette, assorted colours, Escambia Hiver containing 2281 arpensone Thompson's Seasons, 1 vol. gilt,
Beauties of
ourselves, will be especially regarded and .-Ed.Pen. Gaette. Hosiery, elegant worked robes, -- tract on the Escambia River containing Shakespeare, do.Campbell's .
S Poems, do.Hervey's .
most zealously encouraged. Scientific Lace ball dresses, 5000 arpens-one tract on the
researches into the geology and natural NOTICE. Brown & bleached shirting &,sheeting Ray of Pensacola containing 2180 arpensone Meditations, do.Pilgrims' .

history of the western country, will claim Superfine do. do. lot on the Public square oppositethe Progress, do.
particular attention, while its topographyand LETTERS of Administration on the Plaids, Stripes, Indigo and furniture Seville Square, also the Lots on the Pope's Works, 2 vols. do.

S statistics will be occasionally noticed. Col. John the Miller,deceased: checks, shirting, ticking &c._ &c: Public Square numbered 11, 14, 13, 15, Lights & Shadows of Scottish Life, do.

Every thing likewise connectd with its having been granted subscriber. by 12 boxes boots & shoes, fine & coarse, 16 and 18. ALSO,
the of Es-
first settlements, rapid growth, and present : c the! mbiIl County, tli Court pcrooua for> having County dcilJUUtls against 2 trunks roccoshoes Ladies' silk, Mohair, and Mo- John Lee Williams, The Sorrows of Werter, Vocal Standard, h

SV Condition will HP arcfulty sought. I said estate are requested to present Life Franklin, Paul and Virginia, ,
after and fully .detailed. 5 crates& 5 hhds. crockery, china am Au'"for Mortgagee. William Tell '
: the same immediately, and those indebted Gulliver's Travels, &c.&c. r
will be furnished Pensacola 28th Feb.1826 ;
Reports of the proceedings I glass ware, -1-2am4m. r.
are desired to make payment to W. Hasell !
Huut.i
of our highest courts of law, 4 cases 2 trunks assorted Saddlery I ,
:and ot important legal decisions; and \V. Hasell Hunt, 10 cases super,fine, com'n & wool .hats i April 12th, 1825. "

communications on medical subjects, Administrator. 2 trunks fine cutlery, NOTICE. I tOr:_t\\fc South.4S i '
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with accounts oTextraordinary cases. and Pensacola, Jan 27,1826-48-8w. 2 cases 2 trunks ready made clothing c,, t.
.their modes of treatment, will be given. 5 pipes old Cog. Brandy, Noah H. Allen "f it isnow intended to commence .'
The man of business will find, under A. GORDON, 1 pipe one pipe old Madeira wine, 'v8Attachment the publication of the Star of the '.'.

our BANKER, much that may be useful & 100 sacks ground salt Maturin Simon jIN South, on the first Saturday of May next, .

r and interesting to him. No pains will be Attorney Counsellor ut Law 4 tons iron, assorted sizes, this case an attachment has been is all those persons who have, or intend to r

spared to procure the earliest, most minute f.51 AS resumed the practice of his profession 4 bundles steel, and a suit instituted in the Superior subscribe for it, are desired to send their ,,
\nd accurate intelligence of the state in the several Courts of West 3 casks hoes, Court of the Western District of Flu names (free of postage) to Milledgeville, ,'i

of the markets both foreign and domestic.A Florida. Any business confided tq him, 13 qr. chests fresh tea, assorted, rida. Georga, by that time, directed to the

correspondence will be opened and will receive hi* prompt and careful atten 2 boxes mustard, Editor ofthe Star of the South.
regularly: maintained with New Orleans tion. He may be consulted at his office 1 box Cayenne pepper, Noah H. 4U1en Although a full prospcCtHs of this publication .

Hk: and the principal eastern cities, specially in Pensacola. 5 hhds, Orleans sugar, new crop, by his Attorney. has been printed in a number of

tor the purpose of procuring and January 27th, 1826. 20 bbls. fresh flour,< Pensacola March, 15th 182636t. newspapers in the States of Georgia
furnishing in detail such intelligence as 20 bags Havanagreen coffee. South Carolina and Alabama, and a num- '

may be important to the merchant and ALSO IN STORE, ber of subscribers ootained-yet it may

the farmer. The prices cf our staple productions JAMES CORNELL. 70 p!:. Kentucky bagging, JVOT1CE I not be amiss again to give the characterand

and of.the piincipal articles of 1 Late Editor of The Port-Gibson CorrespontletJt 45 ps Scotch do. terms cf the paper. ;'
importation, the extent of the demand,p ," 12 ps.Tow do. John de la Rua, j. The Star ofthe South will be devoted

the rates exchange, &c. will be given Ir-' to the citizens of Natchez 70 coils bale rope, vs. 1 j to the illustration and defence of the

with as much promptitude and accuracy PRESENTS of Mississippi, under 250 pounds bailing twine, The heirs of Turner | interesting doctrine of the Universal holiness -

fes possible. A portion of the paper will I the influence ot such feelings, as should 2 tons assorted castings, Stark, the heirs of |.1Kf and eternal happiness of the souls
be uniformly devoted to the subject of agriculture appertain to an individual, seeking the 15 boxes old caret: Co!. Jos. Philips, R. ? PARTLTIpN of all the human family-and the Unity of

v and the mechanic ami manufacturer advancement of his own interest, and 4 boxes old; port, K. Call,James Ram- God, by a society Believers on "Christ

will be furnished with accounts usefulness to the community, proposalsto 30 bbl whiskey, age, and all others the Lord.

as full as can be obtained, of the most: publish in the city Natchez, a weekly :]0VQol's patent ploughs, concerned. J Tf.RMS.

valuable improvements that may from I paper, to be called, 20 kegs ground paints, assorted colours. .4'ttHE above named John de UR'ua will The Star of the South will be printedon
time time be made
tle to in the productions THE 75 kegs tar, of and in
arts the
"I. various species of Sides soal leather, Court, for the District of West Florida I. other Saturday, at g 1 50 per annum,
machinery.The :'tttvwz.JindPuMic Newse; Sides upper do. to be holden at Pensacola. the first! payable on the receipt of the first number .

the diffusion great efforts of moral that and are making for i| I, .. Advertiser Calves'Skins, Monday of May next, for partition ota certain to the Editor at Milledgevilie, Geor- \\l j
religious truth 8 bbls loafand tract of land.. and gia, whose name will,'
and the extension of the blessings of civiliztion i Upon an Imperial sheet, with new materials lump sugar lying being to the appear-o* g2 in ,:
k. SO baskets sweet oil, east of Uayou Texar in Escambia County I- three months thereafter. f
ofthe first
will be qualityat the
their results, made carefully known.! watched Without and I and under similar regulations with same other price 25 boxes assorted window glass containing four hundred arpenlsmoreo'r It will be folded and stitched in a 12 mo.

tenng: into the disscntiojis of en. Imperial papers published in the State. 45 kegs cut nails less, commonly known by the name of form, of 12 pages in each number, or I
: sectariancontroversy
1 The materials will arrive about qr. casks Madeira, TencrifFe and Malaga Gonzales lifirfr- --nn---- undivided_n ____ thiftv I more-but will be increased In the_ num._,
or attcrr.p'iiuflo furnish thedetails probably ---n-J --- --- n
missionary entcrprize faithful 1 the J last of next month, and the first number wine, for sale by sixth part whereofis owned and possessed ber of pages, in proportion as the num ff'

record will be (given of the most, a important I will appear immediately thereafter Stone & Nisbet. in fee simple by the said John de In ber of subscribers may increase.It .

intelligenceRespecting, the >1'OlffS8I I J. C. has no enemies, and will not deserve December 10th, 1825. Rua ; one haffpart of the whole by the is hoped that the publishers will be :
1 said heirs Turner Stark twelve thirty believed, when they state that their ob f'
of our holy religion in of the any. lie has friends, and will serve ; I,
every part
world.A them, when it can be done without a sacrifice sixths by the said heirs of Jos. Philips ject is not to collect funds, but to disse "
NOTICE.Mary
corner will be occasionally devotedto of propriety. He knows no party four thirty sixths by the said it. K. Call minate what they believe to be highly ,

an account of masonic proceedings, so ; there be one, he does not belongto W. Bariron 1vs. and one thirty sixth by the said JametRamage interesting information to their fellow
it. He invests his all as tenants in common-and thi4- creatures ; and to secure which 1
far as they may be deemed interesting to: ; in this attempt, Attachment.John they
the craft and worthy publication and and will with cheerfulness, succeed or W. Deverau j notice is given to all concerned in the aforesaid solicit communications from men of genius

a regular register will be furnished of; fail, as he shall deserve. ; tract of land pursuant to an act generally-and for this purpose,tue
officers from time to time elected in the the: He had commenced a considerable IN this';cast suit has heen commencedby to provide for the partition of lands in Star will sustain such that may fie intended

several grand lodges and grand ; setting forth of his republican principles ; attachment on one half lot No. 190 this Territory. to dispute its general doctrine ; but
throughout the United States. chapters. of hi* determination to be indefatigableand and lot 70, which attachment is returnable Jn. de la Rua. the right animadversion must always:

Nor will political topics and the news zealous ; of his devotion to the pub. to the Superior Court at the May Pensacola, Feb. 3, 1826498w. he allowed to the Editor: but which will
4 of the day be overlooked. A lie weal, with all the customary ET CETED -i Term. be exercised in the spirit of candor, airf I.

wit! be given, in .ouacn od summary form lucked of an Jitoriai iicou-, bILL 'has erased A Gordon with the politeness gentlemen, tenderness
'I r but as much in detail as the limitsof the whole,and means!>> the same,and more, I'' S'ITION.lON \ of Christians, consideration of philosophers -
such :L publication will permit, and as by saying WILL DO MY DUTY." Attorney for Plaintiff. and a love of brothers, whom ic

much so probably as the mass of readers Natchez, February 13, 1826. Pensacola.... March, 241826.-4-.6t. HAND AND FOR SALE AT THE is believed all mankind are.
may deem important, of the prominent Editors of papers in the Southern and

occurrences in'our own and foreign coun IN otice is Given FOR SALE.EuJEIE Pensacola Bookstore, Western States, who are friendly to the
rI tries. The proceedings of Congress and Hereby liberty of the mind, and free investigation
of the State Legislatures will be noticed, 'fTIHAT at the next Term of the Hon. : subscriber Executor dn Assortment Stationary consisting of will please insert the aboveas often
and such as are 'material and of general JL the County Court, I will present the Will and Testament, of of the last / \UlLLS, superior quality, as they may think proper.Fide .

interest, minutely recorded. accounts and vouchers: and apply for a final Touardj, l late PensacoJa) deceased Francisco >!3 Letter, Folio and Cap paper, and Amore.
settlement of the offers Wafers, Wax
It is not intended to in Estate of Isaac Sealing ,
oft
engage the
any Levis deceased. i for sale following property, belonging Cork Glass -
ic fittle political Peg, and Pocket Inkstands, -- "
controversies of the to the 5 Estate of the said dedeased viz
tunes, nor to make this paper the vehicle; Sebastian Barrios : Red Ink Powder, 'Pensncol\\. Gazette
undivided
I The half of a Tract of Land, ,
Japanned Sand Boxes Paint
Boxes
of personal or ,
party feeling. It will PUBLISHED
occasionally
Administrator. containing KVKBT SATURDAY,
Red Indian Rubbert
S however be devoted to the Tape
BY W.
support of what are deemed ; Lead and Slate Pencils, Crayons, HASELLHEJNT
cardinal political important Storage at St 1.\-r kB c4Jc A mm Camel's Hair do. SOLE EofToTiAND PnorniKTon

,1: _"" ......_principles.It..:____ '" will.' .some. 1 Pencil Cases, Publisher
liltlbB uiawiiaa vj\iwoinj3 UI pOlitical CCO- I, HE subscribers, having erected ,a ofthe Lmos oftfe United State
nomy. It will inculcate respect for our large and commodious ARE Situated 'North East of Bayou de la i Indelible Ink, Drawing Paper & and.oft'e Territory of Flarida.

fedrral and State constitutions, and la HOUSE and WHARF at St, Marks, will Trucha, on, the bay of San Mary de Gr\ Bonnet Boards, ,SUBSCRIPTION-Year 5

strict undeviatingcompliance with their receive goods on consignment, for storageor vez, about,twenty one miles from the ALSO I Half year 3

provisions. It will discountenance all sale on commission. Their chargeswill City of Pensacola. : and. a I Clothes and Hair Brushes, Quarter year 1 50:

Ill.due interference between the several be moderate-.such as are customary, I Common Scissors, Razors, Single paper twelve and an half cents.

departments of the government, and all and the strictest attention will be paid to L HOUSE & LOT Superior Windsor Soap and \ Subscriptionspayable in advance.

unnecessary and dangerous collisions between the receiving and delivery of any goods Common Watch Keys. ADVERTISIXG Kvery advertisementofthe

-V the States respectively and the na. consigned. i W. Haseli Hunt. width of one column and measuring
tion._ It will discourage sectional jealous.I N. B. A large assortment of Groceries .i in the City! of Pensacola, fronting on Pensacola not more than twelve lines of this type
..: and. local Alcswiz Street,said lot containing 52 feet 15th Oct. 1825. first insertion dbHareach
: prejudices. But while and Provisions always kept on hand, for one weekly continuance
it rivesthus to cultivate a national-spirit, sale on moderate terms for cash, front by 80 feet deep and known in ,the fifty cents; longer and wider

F it wl1: boldly maintain the rights and zealous John & Math. Hamlen. Plan of the (:,City number 112. Notice is Hereby Given ones at the same rate.' kate and figure;
support the interests of the west- The above property will be sold on work, double price for the first insertion.

ern vuuntn' It will endeavor to point. Reference, credit-pncjjiaJfof. the purchase money OTpHAT at the next Term of the Hon Advertisements will be tastefully displayed
o.it ;:Ie claims of the west, by developing I Messrs. Hyde and Merrett, tct be paid in one year and the remainder L the County Court, I will present th according to the' nature_ them, and L
the real character of th'is' younger portionof New!j Orleans. in two year?, Payment to be seemed accounts and vouchers and apply for will be measured by matter of this sized

Lie confederacy! ; and without undervaluing St. Marks March 11826-2-4t.i by: notes, with a mortgage on the pre.i settlement of the Estate of Seth Fisher type. When inserted at intervals, (thai

the rights or merits of the citizens mises. deceased. i is, not inserted every week,from the first

of other sections of the country, it will Warehouse at St. Marks." Desiderio Quina. Noah fl. Allen to the last insertion) each insertion wiU L LS

a.gstrtthe equal rights and merits of the Pensacola 17th March 18263tf.Deerskins be charged as a new advertisement.

brave, hardy, andjntelligcnt son of the THE subscriber has'lately erected near Administrator.Peiisacola Amounts for advertising payable w.aj'9'
west. The immense importance of turnpike landing at St. Marks, a commo | I Feb. 17th 1826.-51-6t. on demand. .

.. roads, canalsand! other branches of dious and secure WAREHOUSE, where and* Beeswax. Gj" Liberal contracts win.be .made?

f: internal improvement be illustrated he is prepared to receive goods, eitheron THE highest) market price will be give JOB .PRINTING. : with those who wish advertise bythe
and enforced, and every effort will bo Storage or Commission. in Cal1, for Dterskinsand Bees- year. _

...- made to induce the people of Tennesseeto Wm. Wright.St wax, by Executed. with neatness and i QCj::: All communications:: to the Editor

*" ",...j.i ..-. .. *give* them at leastta!'on., t&ir. -%.pcl ncnt..l Marks, Dec. 20th, 1826.-27-tf. John Jettison, jr. despatch at this 0 I/Ice. [mmt be,postpaid,'or they will"be attended
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