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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 15, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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President: of the United States'W of our diplomatic relations with the deliberation of the the influence of those principles of prove impracticable, will, if sac '_ .,

yesterday communicated tot those rising'nations, is the most Congress of Panama, whether' we ,liberty and of right, so congenialto cessfully inculcated, redound pro .,.. x
portionably to ,.
House of Representatives.j effective exposition of the princi are represented there o:-, not. 0- the cause in which they had drain the fountain our of honor, and. "." .?.l
:hc House of R "reBe"tative'oj ples upon which the invitationto 'thrr if we are represented, may just fought and triumphed, they war. many a future _

the United States. the Congress of Panama has be offered, by our Pier potentialaving were able but to obtain the sanc- The late Presiden J
If'athington5th March, 1826.- : been accepted, by me, as well as ries, fur consideration, : in tion of one great and philosophical, States, in bib of the United .

In compliance with the resolutionof of.. the objects of negotiation at view both those great re uhs-our though absolute, sovereign of Europe of the 3d of message December to Congress r "
the House of the 5ih ult. requesting I that meeting, in which ic was expected OWK. interests, and the j'im'provemen to their liberal and enlightened while ,1823, '
announcing the q
me to cause to be laid that our Plenipotentiaries oi condition ofmah upon principles. They could obtain pending with negotialion.then ,
Russia
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before the House so much of the should take) part. earth. It may be, tht in the no more. Since then, a political to the North-\"e" relating
correspondence between the Uni- The House will perceive that lapse of many centuries,no other nuVricane has gone over this continent observed Coast of v .
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ted States, and the new States of America : even at the date of these instructions oppcr unity so favorable viII be three fourtns of the civilized portions occasion of the discussions the : '

or their Ministers, respect the first treaties betweensome pros neu! to the Government of of the earth ; the desolation which that incident had rise, to I. j '
ing the proposed Congress, or of the Southern Republic the united States, to subserve the of which, it may with confidencebe had been taken, for given .r
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meeting of diplomatic Agents at had been concluded which benevolent of Divine is asserting asa I
by thy t purposes expected, passing away, leaving principle, in which the F
Panama, and such information had stipulated among themselvesthis Providence, to dispense th promise | at least the American atmosphere interests of the United rights Stairs ::rand

respecting the general Character diplomatic assembly at Panama. i blessings of the Redeemerof I purihed and refreshed. were involved, that the Am eric Jjj

that expected Congresb as may be And it will be seen wish m inkiiid ; to promote the' prevalence I And now,. at this propitious moment continents, by the free and independent tin ', /3 ...
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in my possession, and as may in what caution, so far as it might in future ages, of Peace the new-born nations of this condition which .
my opinion be communicated concern the policy of the United on Earth and Good Will tuMaii], h miaphere, assembling, by theirRepresentatives assumed and maintained thty, had.. / .f

without prejudice to the public States, and at the fame time with as w 11 now oe placed in their at the Isthmus, :henceforward net-toJwrjwjuwf wre*- r
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interest ; and also :o inform the what fratiktirao and jf iuu AViIIu-' power, -participator'in 't,*'.?' uemeen- iurcacominenttj to House so far as, in my opin- wares those nations, he gave ether 1 tIons ol tots <.,ongress. the principles. of their fu uuimernaiionjil tion by any Europpan .,.'
ion, the public interest may allow countenance to their design of inviting Among the- topics enum aced intercourse with o- The principle had first been as* .
in regard to what objects the United Sties'to this in ofici.il papers Publish) by ther nations and with us :-ask, sumed in that negotiation with f '.

the Agents of the United Stales high assembly for consultation the public .of Colombia and in this great exigency. fur our advice Russia. It rested upon a course .
are expected to take part in, in the upon American interests. It wa snot adverted I to in the correspondence upo; 5ihose very fundamental of reasoning equally simple and +.

deliberations of that Congress. 1 considered a conclusive rea now communicated to the Fuse, maxims Jprhich ve, from our cra' conclusive. With the exception' t .

now transmit to the House a report son for declining this invitation, as: ii tended to be presentd for die, hacj- rst proclaimed, and partially of the existing European colonies ,
from the Secretary of State, that the proposal of assemblingsuch discussion at Panama, thre i*' succeeded to introduce into which it was in no wise intended :

with the correspondence and information a Congress had not first been scarcely one in which htqe vault the code of National Law. .o disturb, the two continents J \ .
requested by the reso made by ourselves. It had of the meeting will ndt 'd epyar- Without recurring to that total consisted of several sovereign and a

lution.'V"ah. sprung from the urgent, imniedi. fect he interests of the Uiited prostration of all neutral and commercial independent nations, whose territories -
regard to the objects in ate and momentary common interests State Even those in which' jlheBelligerent rights, which marked the covered their .whole surface.
wnich the Agents of the United of the great communities Stales alone wills. ke progress of the late European By this their independent condition ># t-

S.atesare expected to take part, .struggling for independence, aad, an aclive part, will have 'pow)r,- Wars, and which finally involved :he United Slates enjoyed
.' in the deliberations If that Con- as It were, quickening into lTe. erful shirt upon the start' d a c the United States in them ; and, the right of commercial intercourse -

grt )s, I deem it proper to promise From them, the propositionto relations with the American ,'md' adV'rrting'only to our political relations with every pan of their 'I
that these objects did not fo;m us appf"ar, respectful and probably with the principal ,'''iu- with these American na- possessions. To attempt the establishment .

tht only, nor even the principal friendly ; from, us to them it ropean States. Were it merely tions, it is observable, that, while, of a colony, in those .
-. Tnotivr for my acceptance of the could scarcely have been made, that \r plight be correctly ind in all other respects, those rela possessions, would be to usurp, to '
itr'.,.ration. My first and greatest without exposing ourselves to speedily informed of the proceedings tions have been uniformly, and the exclusion of others, a commercial '

inducement was, to meet in the suspicions of pu poses of ambition uf tile Congress, and of tie without exception, of the mos intercourse which was the -
spirit of kindness and friendship, if not ff r domination, more progress, and issue of their nego"auch friendly and mutually satisfactory common possession of all. It ,
an overture made in that spirit suite tv rouoo rceitttanr.e and excite ciatto s, I should hold it ad-\'ii-I character; the only causes cf difference could not be done without .en- .
bvtbu r-." -c. .:. distrust, than to conciliate ble that. we should have an accre and dissension between ushand 'ro.1'hin UBM-eJ.ijWl; i'h\ _p P.. --w-_ =r

Hemisphere.The great. revolution in human first C.Vnii*and'_ mnJf.L paramount._..I.L:.principleupon o.- CUnfid r.n1rift'firffi; x I t t ihe_ c., which. _ever_'have.arisent ,_the.-....Y9 ttuSsia has never disputed .

affairs, which has brought into existence which it was deemed wise the other members as would ensure fountains of discord and irritation, These positions, nor manifrbted toe

nearly at the same time, aud just to lay the cornerstone of the authenticity, and the discriminations of commercial fav slightest dissatisfaction at tht-ir
eight sovereign and independent all our future relations with them sale and early transmission, of its .r towards other nations, licentious having been taken. Mos: of the

nation, ,/ Qur own quarter of the was: disinterestedness : the next, Reports. privateers and paper block- new American Republics have declared
jlobeV:fj placed the United was cordial guud will to them ; Ol the same enumerated topics, ades.: 1 cannot, without'doing jn- thdr entire assent 10. theta,

Stat':"s i.siuation not less novel the third wa a claim of fair and are the preparation of a Manifesto justice to the Republics of Buenos and they now propose, among thesubjects ,
!, and scarcely less interesting, : equal reciprocity. Under these sluing forth to the world- the Ayres and Colombia?* forbear to of consultation at Panama -

than that in which they had found i impressions, when the invi ation jusliri-.. '!ijirir cause, and the relations knowledge the candid and con- to take into consideration the
themselves by their own transition was formally and earnestly! given, I u.'", desire to hld with ciliatory spirit, with which they means of making dft"ctualthe 'as- : -

from a cluster of colonies to had it even bren doubtful whether other I Chribtian P:wets ; and to have repeatedly yielded to our section of that principle, as well .

a nation of sovereign States. The any of the objects proposed for form .1 Convention of Navigationand friendly representations and re _as the means of resisting interference -
deliverance of the Southern American consideration and discussion at the Commerce, applicable both monstrances on these subj cts. from abroad, with the domestic -

Republics from the oppression Congress, were such as that immediate to the Confederated States and In repealing discriminative laws, concerns of the American
under which they had and imuortant interestsof their Allies. which operated to our disadvan- Government. '

been so long afflicted, was hailed the United States would be Ii will br- within the rccorfection tage, and in revoking the com- In alluding to these means, it _

vjth ; reat unanimity by the peo- affected by the issue, I should of the House, that, inirnediat ly muse.:;' &/jf their private'?rs-to I would be obviously premature, at
after the close of theVar of our which Colombia has added the his time
tjU' of the Union, as among the nevertheless have determined, so to anieiPate'hat whichis
.'ost auspicious events of the age. far as it depended upon me, to Independence, a measure: closely :magnanimity of making reparation offered merely as matter fur
._O:* 'he 4th of May, 1822, an act have accepted the invitation : and analogous to this Congress of for unlawful .captures' by consultation ; or to pronounceupon .
of Congress made an appropriati to have appointed Ministers to attend Panama, was adopted by the Congress .: some of her cruisers, and of as- those measures which na\e
n of one hundred thousand dollars the meeting. The proposal of our Confederation, and senti:. in tht midst ofV ar, t. been or may be suggested The

for such missionsto the independent itself implied that the Republicsby for purposes of precisely the came Treaty stipulations, favorable to purpose of this government i is to

s nations on the American whom it was made, believed character., Three Commissioners, neutral navigation. But the recurrence concur in none wnich w.".uld import -

continent, as the President of the that important interests of ours, with Plenipotentiary powers, were of these occasions of. hostility to Europe, or jubily
United States might deem pro or of theirs, rendered our attend- appointed to -negof 1Ste Treatiesof complaint has rendered the re- excite resentment in any oi her :
ance there desirable. They had Amity, Navigation and Commerce newalof the discussions, which re States. Should it be deemed- advisable -

per.In exercising the authority re- given ,us notice that in the novelty ,' with all he principal powers suit in the removal of them, necessary to contract uny convenional -

cogmied b) this act, my prede- of their situation, and in the of 'Europe.| They met, and while, in the mean time, injuries engagement on this topic, our
C"ssor by and with the advice s'.irit of deference to our experience resided for that purpose about one are sustained by merchantsand views would extend! no further

and consent, of the Senate, appointed r they: would be pleased to year at: Paris ; aud-the only resultof other individuals of the Uni- I than to a mutual pTdge of -he!
successively, Ministers have the benefit of our friendlycouns their negotiations ul that time, ted States, which cannot be repaired partiesto the compact to maintain

Plenipotentiary, to the Republics ?!. To meet the temper was the first Treaty between the and the remedy lingers in ;h. principle in application ;u its .

of Colombia; Buenos Ayres, Chili with :which this proposal was United, States and Prussia, memo overtaking the pernicious operation own territory, and to permit no .
and Mexico. Unwilling toraiseatnon6 made with a cold repulse, was rable in the diplomatic annals of of the mischief. The settlement colonial lodgments or establishments _

the fraternity ol free- not thought congenial to that the world, and precious as a mon- of general principles, pervading 0 of European jurisdicti, -
in their welfare ument of-the principles, in rela with equal efficacy all the upon its own soil : and with respect :
dom of and warm interest t--
questions precedency he European with which the people and government lion to Commerce and Maritime American Statt, can alone put an to the obtrusive interference i
which -
ctique.tr monarch, had even of late found it of the Union had hitherto Warfare, with which our country end to these evils, and can alonebe from abroad, if its future character ,-
hand in hand 'hroughj entered upon her career, as a accomplished at the proposed may be inferred from that which -'. ,
'necessary in a great measure these Mhi-to t e gone wh'o'e progress of their: ?tvolution. member of the great fan.ily of independent Assembly. has been, and,.perhaps, still is, exercised .
discard he despatched them nations. This Treaty, If it be true that the noblest in more than one of the
isen l3uenos .,, To insult t.;y a r
to Colombia -Ayrea,
and from refusal of their overture, and prepared in conformity with the treaty of peace ever mentioned in new States, a joint declaration of
thus Chili, without exacting the ancient then inviting them to a aim/;. r instructions of the American Plenipotentiaries history, is that by which the Car- its character, and exposure of it
publics, as by assembly to be called by our- consecrated three thagenians were bound to abolishthe to the world, may be probably all ,
principles of political primogeni- which fundamental principles of the foreign practice ot sacrificing their that the occasion would require.
'" turr he have done, that the selves, was an expedient .
might :' itself to the mind. intercourse which the Congress own children, because it was stipulated Whether e United Slates should
compliment of a Plenipotentiary never presented ministers to the of that period were desirous in favor of human nature, I or should not be parties to such 4
:Mission I would have sent
should have been paid
first had it been merely to give- of,establishing First, equal cannot exaggerate to myself! the I declaration, may justly form apart
by them to he United meeting reciprocity and the mutual stipu- unfading glory with which these i of the deliberation.. That
St such as advice, they might
iles. them reference lation of the privileges of the United States will go forth in .the there is an evil to be remedied
with
The instructions prepared under ., have desired even interests not involving most favored nation, in the commercial memory of future ages, if, by their needs little insight into the_ secret .
hit direction to Mr. Anderson lo their dwn I would hare sent them exchanges of Peace. .Secondly friendly counsel, by their moral history of late years to know ; .and '

the first of our ministers to ,i ours. merely to explain and the abolition of privatewar influence, by the power of argu. that this remedy may best be concerted
it been
had
the Southern continent, contain D- at forth to them our reasons: for upon the ocean ; and, thirdly, ment and persuasion alone, theycan at the Panama, meeting, deserves
much length the general principles set of specific restrictions favorable to Neutril prevail upon the American at least the experiment of

upon which he thought it deirable declining any proposal which they might Commerce, upon Belligerent( practices Nations at Panama to stipulate, consideration. ,. ,, ... r. '
that our relations, politica. measures to but with regard to contraband by general agreement among A concert of measure' having .
,
concurrence
and commercial with these desire our deem incompat- i of war, ,:and blocka so A painful themselves, and'to far as any of referepce to the more effectual a?
our new net ghboul"$, should be established ;which we might our du I I -it may be said a calamitous them may be concerned, the perpetual bolition of the African slove-trade,
,, for their benefit'' and 'ible with our interests or b tweennations experience, of more than forty\ : abolition private war up- and the consideration of the light
*ri, and that of the future; ages ties. In the intercourse is missionary years, has demonstrated 'the deep,. on the ocean And, if we cannot 4n which the political condition of
f posterity. A copy of so much I Ior Temper a than tal importance of these s&me principles yet flatter ourselves that this may the Island of Hayti is to"be regard

these instructions as relates to i perhaps more powerful lost by to !the peace and prosperity be accomplished, as advances towards ed, are. also among the sub errs; V ".
these general objects is among ent. Nothing was ever can be of this nation and to the welfare it,. the establishment of the mentioned by the minister from' _
the papers now transmitted to the' kind treatment ; nothing,. and as of all Maritime States, and' baa principle that the friendly flag the republic of Colombia, as ,believed !. "
house Similar instructions were gained by sullen repulses illustrated the profound isdon1with shall cover the cargo, the curtail- to be* suitable for deliberations ,

famished to the Ministers appointed piring' pretenSIOns.. .im- r which they were assumed as ment _of contraband of 'war, "and at the Con resl. The fail '
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ute 0. "h b ..iltons with that: cutset! at the meeting should be specified, ti ifopf/ }the House. "The ciii- it were, perhaps, -Twhilgicg -too --- -z -p

K.. ublic, une; ; *k i> during the with the )precision (
or enumerated with the exactness of a zensc It is in its nature, a '. ....
lute administration, for the sup 1 mathematical demonstration. The v ish sentiments the most promise. /'or the Pcntacifu Gazette- .

pre&sion of that trade, in co.npiance i of the meeting itself is to deliberate purpose frien Ihin, favor of the liberty and measure- speculative and experi JS'o. 1.

wnh resolution of the ikscflhejr fellow men on mental. The ,blessing of Heaven
: a upon the great and common interests happi i the Wct
1\ To tCiizcnsof Florida.
House of Representatives,, indicates i- several new and neighboring nations.If that .nhe Europeansde: of the may turn it in the account of '
time arrived
the expediency listening the measure is new, and without pre- Atla tc. In th -. wars of the Europe iiuu.an improvement. Accidents The has now when

wih i llul attention to cedent, so is the situation of the parties nPo\Ters, in matters relating unforeseen, and mischances not to the following proposition, nay,
respe propoaii
to it. That the of the meetingare be
purposes its with great propriety, submitted
.ions, wh.ch may contribute :tot somewhat indefinite, tar from being to th rselies, we have n?vcr taken : be anticipated, may1 baffle: all ,
consideration .
la' n.pHshmenl of the great an objection to it, is among the cogent an: put, nor does it comport high purposes and disappoint its to your '*impartial that the ;. I

enr!, \vh.ch was the purpose of ljat reasoi.a for its .idop'icn. It is not the establishment withwhet; ()1 pjlicy so to do. It is ,only fairest expecta tions. But the de- namely, necessary measures

resolution, v lute the result oftho.se of principles of intercoursewith ur rierhts are invaded, or Ii'n: is creat, is benevolent, is i I should be adopted to unite
one, but u ith seven or eight nationsat '" '" of I the State of Alabama, that
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11 looks to the melioration to portion
wid! admo- serio aced that resent humane. [
!Donations serve .is an } the ily ne we i
That before had
once. they have the condition of man. It js congenialwith of the TcriKory of Florida,
111 ion lo abstain ,from pledging! J means exchanging ideas, and of communicating injuries,. ir make preparation forour that sprit which prompted our declaration I included between the rIVe l' ,PertI&-

this \f\: tI'nme in to .n.y arrange-. I with one another,in common ff'ce.Vith the move- of independence, which inspiredthe "

n f"it 'nich might be expecJediior : upon thesfc topics, they should have definitively menu in this hemisphere, we are, preamble to our first Treaty with tlo und Appulachicola.

il I >obtaining the advice and settled and arranged them in con of trcessUy, more immediately France ; which dictated our first Treaty Various and powerful are the
cert, is to rt-quire that the effect should be
which assigned
and the instructions under might
with Prussia reasons
of t I hf St IJdte con ti- *nd which ,
c 'nj.i m by a precede the It is to connected, by causes
cause. exact, as a
which it was negotiated, which filled for the adoption ot a course so e-
lut'ouiii: mj 'rity, io its ratifi a- .preliminary to the meeting, that for the must/ be obvious to all enlightenedand the hearts,and fired the souls of the immortal beneficial to all the parties

Ii 11. accomplishment! of which the meeting itself impartU observers. The politicall founders of our Hevolution. tidentlv

helier the political 1 condition is designed. % 1 systerc of the Allied powersis With unrestricted exposition of the concerned ; it is not at present

Among the inquiries which were ;: motives which I have heen however, deemed necessary to enter -
of Island) ui' Hay i snail be tssentiallydifferent, in this rent by governed
thought entitled to consideration, before in this transaction, as well as of the objects lurther exposition of
into
dis ,, ion of America. This ally
brought at all into < ll & at the deterniinatii.il taken to s.wCI, from l
was accept to be discussed and ofthe ends, if
tru j.ertittg, may ,be a qu.-'strjni the invitation, was, whether the difference pro eeds from that which possible, to be attained, by our Repre- them, than merely to request: that

*. .irlimmiry advisement. There ,. measure mightjiot have a tendency to .'xit.3 io tbd respective govern- sentation at the proposed Congress, I you, will examine, the geographical

are n the pulitical constitution: ; of change the policy, hitherto invariably fHfntsanche 1 defence of cur submit the propriety of an appropriation position of your country, whether

pursued by the Uiiitet- States,of avoiding wnJwhich the candid consideration and it has interests in common
t v government of thai people) cir- .1 his oeen achieved; by to en- any
all alliances and all
entanglr.ig unnecessary
cumstanres wluci have hitheito; foreign coIIntc1 lulls. ;ne loss of..fo much blood and lightened patriotism of the Legislature. with East Florida, compared with ,

f } hidden he acknowledgement Mindful ofthe advic-, given by the father ireasr: '>, 31Jd1natured. the wisdom John Quincy Adams. th-.se it may have with Alabama ; "

: ot tsm: by ihe government of the of our country in !his farewell. !of our nost enhightendciti. l and whether, taking into consideration :

Un t.d States, as sovereign and dress, that the great rule of conduct for zens 1 id undsr which, we have en- IP &cD lL 8 the manner in which you
us in regard to foreign na'ions, is, in extending -
ind6' Additional this been governed, it is
hiiluTio
pt'raot'nt. reasons commercial relations,to have j j >yed urr.pxsmpled felicity have

for withholding, that acknowledge, with them as little political connection as who: : uaton is devoted We owi ___SATURDAY APUIL ISth, 1826. not more for your interest, to unite

men have recently been !t'I1jn possible, and faithfully adhering to the! it, thtrt'.rt', LO candor, and to ;he Feritf yourselves with a great and flour-
sam fieur.
their acceptance of a nomine spirit pf that admonition, I cannot ovi-r- nicat;>>le rdations subsisting between the ishing State of the Union, than to
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sovereignty{ by 'he grant of a foreign look the reflection; that the counsel of '.United SUes and those powers, to declare In the House of Representatives of the linger out an indefinite period of

; Prince, under conditions equivalent Waslungtori', in this instance, like all the that re should consider any attempton United States, on Saturday the 18th Territorial servitude.The i
counsels of wisdom, was founded upoi. \h lil' ptrt to extend their system to March, the Bill, to confirm the reports of
to the concession by the circumstances in which harbor of Pen acola (the
our
country any portun of this hemisphere, as dan- tHe Commissioners for ascertaining the
them of exclusive commercial adVantages and the \\orld around us, were situated, geNII[ to'our peace and safety. With claims to titles of lands inVest Florida, great maraiime key of the Gulfaf

to one nation, adapted at live time when uas gn' n. That the fit! : ci aiig colonies or dependencies of was read a third time and Passed. Mexicoshoulu belong to such a

..u.M*..tt.pr in the tate of colonial I: reasons--7 ..!.-assigned u.-.a.by..him_io.for,. .his f ..adviceinterests .....*.. any European L power, we have not interu.a State as Alabama-it would then
and little of | y >i shall interfere. But with .
vassalage, retaining not p.mu' u; M- \v owl
i no apology -
which to us had no, or a very the governments wnoi-.-_ .L..1.i..i ..;.- readers for reap all the advantages cf whichit '
to out filling
. ind pendence but the name.-Out. remote, relaimn. That hence ?he must indcpeivcncc; and _maintained it, and to-day with the Message of the our Presidenton columns is susceptible-unrestrained by
he
Plenipotentiaries i will be instructed engaged in frequent controversies, who idependence, we have, on great the subject of the I'anama Mission-it any jealousy of State Rights or
t t.) these views to the the causes of which were essentially! foreign considerdons and on just principles, ac-
present is as interesting as any thing we could lay Internal Improvement, it would in
to
our concerns. That dstached
assembly at Panama : and shouldtllt'V our know etfced, we could nut view any III- before them, and, both as an elegant lite-
and fact
distant situation become the
invited and enabled great Emporium
root terpo itiu for the pnrpose of oppressingthem and lucid
br concurred in, to de- rary composition a expositionof
us to pursue a different coarse. That by onontrolJing, in any oilier manner, the objects of the Mission, will well of one of the fairest portions of our

clin- acceding to any arrangement our union and rapid growth, witl'i an efficient their detiny, by-any European power, in repay for the time taken in reading it.- country, as it will he the protectorof .
,which may proposed on differ government,the period was not far Iiiit than manifestation ofan
a
0 :tic as
distant any Mr Adams has written nothing better calculated that country's commerce on the
when we might defy material injury
ent vprinci| les. u ifrtncily disposition towards thq to raise him, in the estimation of .
The condition of the Islands! of from external annoyance ; when we Unite jates. In the war between those L the people of the United States, both asKa ocean.I

Cub.i; and Porlo Rico/is of deeper might taKe such an attitude as would new govrninents- and Spain, we declared statesman and a scholar, than this Message request you, my fellow citizensof

cause our neutrality to be respected ; and, our niurality at the tine of our recognition :-let.those who think we are extravagant \Vest Florida, to.give this sub-

I' it -' orr: and more immediate bearing with reference .o belligerent: nations, ari io tins we have adhered ant in our praise, read it and judge ; ject an attentive and impartial

I upon the p1 sent interests and might choose peaCt'tir war, as our interest shall Jcfutiiiue ;o adhere, provided no I!i and we are confident that all who read it consideration, keeping in view the-

fuuie prospects ol our Union. guided by justice, should counsel. chiang shall>> occur, which, in the judgment -I will be gratified ; excepting, perhaps
riiat be-
maxim ,
Compare our sitiiatiuii and ihe authorities ut'this !: Reafiicejinem.
The correspondence'' herewith 4fht. competent :; those who .lave heretofore found fault

U-.rn,milted will show how earn circumstances of that lime with Ijoventient, shall make a corresponding with and opposed our accepting the in- fore you undertake a business, let

those of the present day, and what change en the part ofthe United StaLes ,,\ viution to send Ministers to the Congress the consequences be_ well consider
I has the attentionot
:
s1 ly \ a ngaged .
from the very words \Vashinon -- indisdriibasile: lo their security. |I ut Panama ; and we think that even these ed.

tins. government. The invasion ( then, wonid be ins counstls to 1'4 the question which may beasket must be convinced they were wrong. Serus p
of both the Islands the
by i The invitation: is accepted-the Ministers
his countrymen now I Europe has whether this meeting, .,. -
united forces of Mexico and Colombia I; are appointed,and we rejoice that our na-

a. is avowedly the still her &ti of primary interests, and fIe principles which may be tion IS not disgraced by refusing to send i Published by particular Request. ..
among
o'j'Cis l be matured by the belli- with which we ha .' iitile, or a re- adjulted EC Bellied: by it ,as rules of them ; though we regret that they were The Races at Tampa Bay, Florida :
I
n'ntstatrs a' Panama. The mote, relation. Our distant and inteicoursbrtwcen, he American not sent without so much delay commer.ced on the 15th .,

gt detached situationviih i reference nations, may no eivr i un-brase t.' March.lst..DayMr.. .;
C'-nvulsmns' lo which, from the ..
A : From the JJuliimorr Zf"it
to Kurope, reniams t in samt. the Holy L .._... culiar: composition of their Panama 'JurstionPresident'8aJl ,
; pop-
...
.. .
II _. But then PoiVfrs.or ft nee to Spain i is .IU** ll! _
the indepciiurircmitivff
: 4'1.; : we vie only ;. l.yt "jjf* "-T* horse "
.. --* .a \, We to day the Ui-_ '
trie event of such an invasion, and vt-r ttr- *f t*'7 -**+ -** -- --W xvi.,.publish* ,. Packingham, and i*api.ho'rsItcfrar1 ....
*
UlT03agir nanwwnv**-**-
and we-wcrt: surrou.ideo European cur attendance at Panama can the 3J.
entered
by were -
therefrom nl l lflteir
the dan
resulting, to the resolution of the Houteof
colonies, with t1.gl'ealer give no just cause of umbrage or for the three mile heats-won
fulling 1 ultimately I i ino
hands ot's.>me Eu- pran power, pan of which we had no more in- ofl nee to either ; and that the U.. Representatives respecting the asking proposed Congress -- i by Bacchus in two heats, which

course than with the inhabitants nited States will stipulate nothing i were well contested.2ndDay.i.Capt.Yaacey's.
will d-iiii of
Other than Spain, not or "meeting of diplomatic I
cf another planet. Those licre\ which can givr such cause : horse
"
our loi.king; .lihe coissf-tiuen'! at Panama. This
message -
ageflts
culuiiies ha V' now been transformed Here the right. oi InQuiry. into our Uncle Sam, Mr. Collin'a horse
--
tr.rhich thf Congress 3t Panama w -
is highly interes ing. It appears
may lead, wit indiff.'rf"nce. It is inio e; ','l1t independent nan ns 'purposes utiJ meas .ies must stop. to be a plain statement .of Beppo and Mr. Morris horse

: extending to borders Lie Holy League of Europe it. Bob
our entered for
to this very Logic 'were the
mm cessary enlarge upon the views of the President, which
Seven of them Republics like our- selfwas formed wiihou: _inquiring two mile heats. 1st heat
top I'.-, or to say more than ths t all generally speaking are liberal enlightened was
,
elves ; with whom we hate n of the United Stales whether it beaten by the
(ur fffmls in reference to t''is inter and such as will be satisfactory Beppo : superior
immensely growing commercial wou.d or'would; not give bottom of Uncle
umbrage Sam him
,
o si. wall be to preserve the ex- to the people of the U- gained
: isluig state of things; the tranqi.ul.1ity and must have and have already, !o tiiem.!, T-i; fear iT giving umbrage nited Stales. The manner is the second and third. Bob Logic

. of ihe Islands% arid the pe;'cefcnd important political, connexions. to the Holy Loagur of Eu- bold, dignified and firm was distanced the first heat,

r i security ol iheir inhai itanis With reference to whom, our situation was urged hi a 1lI'>)>tlu- for denying towards! the bo iy to whom respectful the and withdrawn.3d .

And lastly, the Cl ngress of P s- is neither distant nor de- to the American natiors the is addressed and well Day-Mr. Page's Colt Keep- 0
message ,
nama is believed to presem a fair taclied. Whose poliiicai ;rinci- acknowledgement of their indepen calculated to create in Comeing and Mr. Collin Colt

occasion for urging, uj>jn all the pies and system of goverment, dence. That it would be viewedby a favorable i impression every quarter Go It, were entered! for a single

nt nations 01 th S' u' h. the just congenial with our owns must and Spain as hostility to her, was The throws the mile-won by Go It, this Race

will have an action and counteraction not only urged, but directly dclaird message opposition
liberal was handsomely both sides
and principles 01 ligipus in the Senate far run on
in the
Liberty, not by ary int,-iferencevtiaieve upon us Sc ours, to which we by herself. The Congress back ground, and it to have and was beaten by Go It, a half ,
cannot be indifioreh;, if we would Vdminisiraii-tn] of that proves
\ : in their internal concetnthut day, been neck only-On the 1st of April,
an opposition to
b7\claimmg for our citizens, the rapidity of our growth, and consulting tneir rights and duties to persons, :Jot this match is again to be run.Norfolk .
measures, an opposition becoming *
interests the consequent increase of our and not their fears, fully determined ;
tvnose occupations or partizans better than --W-_ G.
strength, has more than realizedthe give no needless displeasure pa.
call them occasional resience
11\8) io triots, &; highly to be censured in March 20.-The Uni-
anticipations of his admirable to 1 foreign Toe United
the instance ted Slates'
present as having iio ship John Adams,
political legacy. Thirty Svatscan estimav the captain
tinir.ble privilege of worshippingtheir years. $: probability : Wilkinson
perceivable good in view.
object dropped downto
Creator according to the have nearly elapsed since it was if r their giving it only by the Thus for
much the
dickies of their own consciences.Tiiis : written, and in the interval, our righ-; by which any foreign state present opposition Hampton Roads yesterday, and
I
' which is fast will sail
defeating on Wednesday for
next
sanctioned population, our wealth, our terri could have to takit from their
: the I
: privilege by
,
" its ends, and lowering itself before : the Gulf of Mexico, and thence
tonal
; of extension, our phy- measures; Neither the Representation -
; Cu (Imary law Nations, andaecuied power -
the public, by the for the West India station. Com.
premature
sical and moral h.. of the United
I; by Treaty stipulations) in.nurr.trOU4J s nearly tre- States at I violence of its
bled. measures. Warrington goes out in the John
Reasoning this Panama
state nor
upon measure lo
national any ,
compacts ; se- .
k \Ve think that the President'smessage Adams
which bears broad
his
of things, from the sound and judicious which their assent be ,
'I ClJ l'cpVl"n to our own citizens: in may yielded -

ivaties with% Colombia, and' principles Washington, here,; will give to the Holy entirely involved removes all fearsof pennant.
our being unadvisedly The John Adams carries out
-,% I. : ht' Federation of Central) A.r.a .- must we not sa) t hat the period League or: any of its members, ,
or even at all, by joining the meet- Col. John Williams of Tennessee
which he prediued as then far nor lo Spain the ,
of
1T"f : !is yet to l be obtained in the mt right to take "
, I ot'r South.A mericiln States off, has arrived That America fence. For the rest, the United "diplomatic agents. No mea- as Charge d'Affaires to Guatemala -

sures which the delegates may a- and Mr. George M'lniosh, Jr.
has of
!Mexico. a set primary interests, Stales must still, as heretofore,
an : Existing prejudi-
.. gree to, no treaties which they of this town as his Secre
private
which
c' te still s'ru ;Iilg against it, have no, or a remote, relation take counsel from their duties rather ,
may formcan bind us until the Also Gutavus H. Scott
tary. ,
: to Europe. That the interference than their fears.
\\'i. r ) I' ay, perhaps: be more suet Senate has sanctioned their
acts Esq.on public business.We .
; jmbatied this of Europe, therefore in Such the in which ;
c" '-'-t''ully at gene- are objects it this Senate
very that has been so have been favoured
.
1I' ...eetimr, than at the separate those concerns should be spontaneously is expectid that the Plenipotentiaries loud in politely
the with
proclaiming dangerof the following list of officers
s- '"of government of each Ke withneld by her, upon the of the United States, whencommissioned those
connections
which, if entered attached to the John Adams.
same principle that
we have ne
to attend the
: ptlie. meeting into at all, must be entered 1 John WilkinsonEsq. Commander
J ran scarcely deem it other ver interfered whh hers and that if :at the Isthmus, will take part ; into with its sanction.
Lieutenants
'f.
\\ v han -superfluous, lo observe, she should interfere, as bhe may, by and such are the motives and purposes We wish that Mr. Adams Wabb; Thomas
had 1 James E. John P.
0 I.H.' the assembly will be, in its measures which may have a great J with which the invitationof been Legare,
" more explicit the sub Tuttle Samuel B.
upon Mercer Alex.
& dangerous recoil
ourselves the ,
nature, Diplomatic and not Legik- upon three Republics was of
accepted. ject Cuba. The
we might be called in defence inference to Pink ham ; Acting Sailing Master,
of I
Jative that be i : was, however
: nothing can transacted j as the be at drawn is
; that should Richard
present H-
A. Jones
there obligatory upon any one of our own altars and firesides to takean House will perceive from the ; Surgeon,

tin States to be represented at the meet attitude which would cause our correspondence Mexico and Colombia propose to W. Bassett ; Surgeon's mate, Augustus

ing. .wlet.S with the expresI: concurrenceot neutrality to be respected, and ; ondiiior. that, accepted the only upon possess themselves of the island, A. Adee ; Purser, John NiHarableton
| nomination
\'f '>wo Representatives, nor even then,. choose the commissioners from the Uni. Wm.
peace or war, as our inte- of Commissioners! for the ; Midshipmen,
bet subject to ratification of ,its const mission ted States
directed
are to interfere Smith
Chas. H. Poor John Gra
restguided byjustic' ,shallcounsel ,
it u-i,'nal authority at home The faith should receive the advice and con-
of tile Unitfd States to foreign Powec.O. -..., The acceptance of this invita- sent of the Senate. The concurrence to thwart ,the plan. This we ham, H. Tooley jr., R. L. Browning -

otherwise be pledged. I shall tion, therefore, far from conflicing of the House to the think is a matter of extremely Alex. J -. Yancey, GPO. \V

indeed, u: the first place, consider the will the counsel or the policy by the _measure, doubtful policy, and we wait with Wingerd, Arch. B. FairfaxCaptain's ;

JV fiubly :L1f merely consultative; and altlMtiN of Washington is deducible appropristions necessary some anxiety until the letters alluded Clerk, John Cornwell ;
directly for h into effect
carrying is
) 'h tile Plenipotentiaries of the Unite alike to in the enable
from message, us Boatswain David Car-
States will be empowered to receive,, and comformable to lubJ -ct to Its free determination Vestery ;

a.' .> u-ftT to the consideration of their it. Nor is it less comformable to and indispensable to the! fulfilmentof to form moredefinhe conclusions. penter, John Snider ; Gunner,

f S',,.' rom. ut, any proposition from the the views of my immediate predecessor the intention. Thomas Stanley.-Herald.

oil"' parties to the meetnglhey will be I as declared in his annual That the We recommend the attentive Prim the National Intelligencer, D'c. 3.
antit'.rieed! to conclude nothing, unless i Congress at Panamawill tive perusal of the document in I trust the editors of the National In-

subject to the definitive sanction of this mesiage to Congress of the 3d of ccomplish all, or even any question to our readers if indeed telligencer will allow me, through their

I' government in all its constitutional forms December, 1823, to which I have of ih ? transcendant benefits to the such columns,to call the attention ofthe nation
recommendation
'" Uu-refore seemed Tie unneccs, already adverted, and to an where the the of that from,
It *us, important hum in race, which warmed the to next return great day
tI sary to insist that cVery object to be dis- passage of which I invite the ptions.oC its first subject has excited so much inter which.is dated our.Freedom and Jruk-

: cpn proposer, : cit, is necessary. penden.

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w declared their iletrnnmatloo : believe to oe healthy, ar.d I ect on the prices of produce and've '.for; a aUili ..,,* .....-... t* ,
thri solemnly it to be so85 it is under the in. V
; tn tree themselves' and their children fluence of the sea air and salt water. It at present do not see akity--.I of the distinguished citizen, by a Ui\AV.AI Oil the uU ...I'CII l"*il ft I

rrun the galline1 yoke opprt-ssitnij and hm: the advantage of inland navigation ng point from which 'we we to j[whose wisdom and moderation negro man named -

lctlcr(i themselves' their fortune lives, nearly the whole distance, from the entrance eCover.Ve quote generall; Upi{i,:Loui.ianava's: acquired to the c

iml sacred: honor, in the CUlS.of liberty. I I at St. Augustine and Mosquito Und* 5 1-2 a 7 3-4 ; OFJraiilT a United States. & IDJ1 V

Tin,V redeemed their pledge must nobly, b 'rs, fur vessels not exceeding nine feet 3-4d. Tennessee and J -
; Alaima
the most enviable draft ,
and bequeathed in of water. There are several
pro-
More firmly to ensure! thrpreservation jt-cts of from a71.2 F i ) belonging tu Thomas English.
iilu-ritaiice.: canals! the river St. John's' ; .
of that inheritance, let us ceMirate the distance at seven! points, from ten to 'r Jtow-i ork, March 21.-Cjland : SUU.I I,- Andrew is about Thirty yearS
(it.age, slim made and
speak
the next return of that day as a eighteen miles,crossing a level country, 'I 12 1-2 a 14 ; New OrleansU4 a I I mrr lor
\lelh of a yellow complexion a negro,
Jubilee throughout the |.md ; lett'C'T not more than ten to fifteen feet eleva
tJraml; 16 Alabama '
; 12 1-2 14. The
a above reward will be paid by
freeman join in joyful thanksgiitigsfor *'- tion.) Should those canals be made it appre
) : : WD
: the hteisisoffreedom ; 'ht the would give a con"i(1"rabe'alue: to the'I Augusta, March 25.-Prinjipalski's 0 bending said negro, ou application tb
for the 3LCharleston. Thomas English, Choctaw BlufF Ahbauu -
OtcUration of Independence be read in intermediate country, as well as the lands wtrk 10 a 10 i :
I } % itt Ut':: rtlsttvo1t.
\ : or to
rvt-ry town, in evtry school, aid in evejy -,. towards the head of the St. John's, J I I March ig.-The i

.f/milv, ; I let one: ru.d salute be fired I IhJ. find, from report, that the best spots of, tiansac !i.us in uplands fever. not ENTERED. Jos. C. & C.' C. Keyser.Pensacola .

.tile n tlun, and l lt every heart and land appear to be granted, east of the St. b-en large, as compared w\thvthe ,.Apnl 15182 5.;-7.-U'
the demonstration ofa John's b'lt whether: ( April 8th-Ship Virginia,
i.alHl ioin in na ; those grants are j I
thm'sIY genuine'!or fabricated still remains a question -!! stock. on hand. The influerce Chew, New York ; Consignees of l\O X1TS.cITs. -

But above all other means, distinction I to be decided. U appears that the :I Icommissioners i which the late unfavorable ac- Cargo F. II. Nisbet, S. P. Hines 'PENDLI-TON

ITVIV l be pixen i to tlrs ear of Jubilee by have: made but little progress I j I cqunts from Europe ma] have upon and the Master. Passengers Cap. informs the Ladies ,cf respectfullr PensacoU

tlwt Congress which is ni.iv convening, j in. in :bringinir this desirable object to I i our market, is not yet wily ascer- tain flesh, U. S. Army with 128 and vicinity,that she will dress and repair -
ad u measure which hti! been alroiitv a clo e. The government, no doubt, will nr'd.V loin
'p'] Ptf i j i ta quote it 10 to recruits. Dennetts She will also extract
urged (to their honor) by some of j jnuniioat receive their report,as well as complaints: which any
I II |I 12 cens.I 9tams mav be made with iron rust
enlightened and distinguished'I or remonstrances from the: inhabitants ; I j I Schr. General McDonald, Frazier or mildew and'requisite will dye them 0 ,

buts'Tieo, an'' which >ou, us Editors, bill, upon the whole, I think this country Savannah, March 28-Since theIa4t Philadelphia ; ('o' 'igntt.I a very elegant black, which will be durable. -:

lu.e doneHlrsl.h'es. gre: t credit, in supj j wants nothing hut capital & enterprise to unfavorable accounts, the i I I Stone and Nisbet and John Jerri- .

1orting-I mean that of.': abolishing! Im- :make it a valuable section of the Union. transactions in upland! have been son jr. Pensarola, April 7th, 1826-6-3t.lAat .
t'ro'1.ncnt; fur IKMit.\ j'tiation calls! !j I have no doubt but the land i is, on an a- too limited to determine its value. -
and lei us that the I better in soil than 11-Ship Adeline, RichardsonNew ol Letters
lur t, Impir on morn verae, respect to either
(,f I'listiay of rejoicing, the; prison doors the Carolina or Georgia. Added to Fair, is offered at 1O a!10 1-2 ; inferior i Orleans ; 'argo Stores for TEMAINING in the Post Um'ce, -

uuy be opened to every honest, though tli,' advantage of climate, forsugaras well can be obtain for less, i iwillIe tht U. S. Navy-Yard. IL I'eniacUd) on the 31st day of March at :

unfortunate, debtor in our COtIfltF')'. an health, the eastern sea coast is said to prime would pobably command 12-Brig: Lawson, Davenport, 1t:4 o, which, if not taken out within. three
Let such' l he the slvle I of celebration of be tfenerail healthy. I to leave 11
expect i a 11 12. Philadelphia; Co kignees of Car months, will'be forwarded to the General
i'i -iili ot Jul), 1826 and in this way we this to-morrow visit the Alaclma and | Mobile Post Office dead letters.
as'
APril.There has Stone and Nisbet and J. Jerri-
j-fcu.i ensure the maintenance: ot'our re- Tallahassee!>> lands, which arc said to beVery ; t go A. J Atderdice
,
lies Gasden
-
a ,
been material allegation in the C. Ash-
atul children! fine. To value no son jr. Passengers Lieut. Gris-
p"bl.C:1Ii: principles>> ; our give a to the p'lblic.1 on. .
will s.icrrunu.trd them to tnecompletion I nds well interests market during the weik-the demand wald U. S.
more ; : as as private it requires Army with 80 re- B.-Celestine Ralderas, James G. \

; of ur'e' and consign that giod.roads; should be made, has: b'-en fair, and prices cruits. nO\1 gliMi 2. Win. J. Belt 3, Simon Bryan :

ti..11 h, tt i. C : ollspnng which cannot he done from the pr\sent'' stebd}-Som.e sales were nadc as 13-Schr. Mary tnd Elizabetn lame* Bogmun 2, James Brews ter, S.unl.

ClUrlL 01 ,cventyix.Jxtract scant and poor population, without the'' low as 7 1-2 cents, and fr m that : Pent, Key West ballast. /fiddle 2, Robert I,. Browning John I
aid of
government. I seen project of a Harrow.C. -
deep ship canal, to unite the Atlantic sea up loll, Ithe extreme quota. ARRIV'ED.April .-Charles II. CaIdwell-2, James R.
of I- froln Colonel
a tter George with the ( iilf. There is no doubt that a tions. 7. Schr. 2
Ardent Latti- Child* Doct. Peter Christie 2
Mary
\\.lit'1:1 of
Florida
: Secretary to his
boat navigation be effected unite Pentacola \ S. -There -
can to April -
2 Alexander
Collins Clendinen 2
Kxccllency: U in. P. Duval, dated man, Kt"YV es .1. l t. .
those iea but the bars and shallow water has, bteu but one arrival of Cotton Ann Cazen ve, A. Clark, Lawrence F Carter

Key! West' Feb. 22'/, 1826. at the outlets to the sea, would be a during the week, wbich hat been Brig West. Wayne, Thomas, Benj. Clements, James Colvilie, WiltuiU

"I ha\'t bten able to secure for barrier to make the navigation for large stored in of better Key Campbell 2, Arthur Calh,aacN. OITJeiemiaU *!
vesst-ls impracticable. Thp |ir*>-ut pCle expectation 11-U. S. Revenue Cutter Pu- Clark, KzekieTCobbs! ,
the Territory money and drafts) here are a remnant ot the prices No sa lee world "meltioil, '
pulation Spanish laski, Capt. Polk, Mobile. D.-J. O. Uevtnn, ) Delphy, '
the su.n 01"nane thousand eignt i. MI nor cans, and a set: ot poor adventa ing: have been made for soil! days CLEARED. Erany N. Dean.

hundred and seventy-nine dollars, rers from tile States ; a great proportion past i'he article may be juoted E.-Enoch H. Everett.F .
8. S Harriet
April < hr. Maura
Florida of the Ameiicjnsare Lacrs-say about -,Sau.uel Fry, Antonio '
and ten cents. Intel. at 8a 11 cents. Good far lots Fernandez.
CI .,. fifteen to a population of two thousand command Appalachicola. (,.Arch'd M. Green, Aug u tin Greek _
would 10 and fine
JJ'elt.I'he persons, which, in place ot promoting an verr Sciir. Angelina, Wilson, Appa i Marten Gordon, James Gujton Joab
From cutter
KQ revenue
amicable adjustment of atspiiies, w.ll pro our highest quotation. lachicola. ** I 1it1flCS. S
TVianon, Capt. Do&ne,a:1'in'd at Charlt I duce ontiuued -.,.,. .. II I.
scene and
ot
a tuigution, U.-Joseph W. Hall 2, W. Hasell Hunt
ton 2d March, 7 days from Key West and i 10.-Ship Virginia, Chew, New- ,
leave shell to each ot their clients after
I a Interc.ting.4uthenic.The 1I 1H'Uolt lam t"f, .lr. Hughs, Edward S
a cruise. Passenger, Col.! Walton, Orleans.
taking the oyster themselves: it is Uic Pleasant M. Huie.
key :
Lieut. Governor of Florida ; Col. Cox, ofSt. New Voik Gazette gives i\ f .1.! )
for Boillat St.
absolutely necessary the government Sloop Dolphin, 1.-Edvtard Ingram.
Augustine ; lr Moore, of S. C. extract ol letter Iron Havana
lowing
; mode a
to adopt some by which the claims Marks. J.-Joseph:: K. Jarvis 2, Alonzo Jackson
.1. Morrison late 01'sehr.. Thorn
C'apt. Villiaunsand, Mr. Uickham ; can be brought to a close, as even now, dated the 22d of Febixury. 13.-Brig Lawson, Davenport Dennis:: Jones, Etosha Jones, Stepmn
Captain mate
I five years: auer the Territory has, been '' On the 19th inst. a Spaaisu New-Orleans. Johns>\un 2.
of ship Ellen also 11 and 8 I
seame':
; me.
in of the United States it is -Wm.. M. Kaig, John Kellar.L _
chanics. Left at West Orris posse.ss.ou squadron, unsi ting of five frigates <<:
Key ship SAILED.
to S'y what title is d .-boci. Tho. LaWS
impossible good G.
ai It, Loomis
of N. Y. Thomas arrived 3d for and sch und/-r Commodore ,
; *, Feb. a Mine r, .
many who have grants Irom I,0u0 to.5,000 April 9.-Schr. Ardent, Latti. Isaac L' ckhart, Lod&e No 17, VViii. K.Latnuer .
Charleston, repairing, 22d, brig Hosanna of La B rde led fur St.
sa ,
of land have 'iot the \\ John!
acres means to defray man, Mobile. : A. Lacy, P. LocKty
of Norfolk, from Trinidad Cuba, b3.dbt"en ;
ashore on Florida Reef,,dischargingcargo the expenses of investigation of their Jago de Cuba, transporting 1200: 14.-U. S. Transport Schr. James B. Lardner, Charles T. Loxlty, J.

title ; and it must remain as a dead letter troops, and will proceed tnencl ul. U eniworth Larkin, .f'r,". Las&elie.M. !>> .
sold. Florida(
The ship Mobile, from N.I Baker Tampa Bay via
York for Mobile, got ashore! on Carisf"rd' until they can give a complete. title to a cruise to.the Coast of Columbia. St. Mftrks. .-Jos, L, Moore 11 ead :2, LfWi1t\V.
those that feel disposed to purchase." Moore, Amo* loort'l"ealer1Uil..I, K.JicKennon S
:>> href on the 10th! nit-was got oH'IllY No pains and expenses have breD
_
... --e. Enos McCoy, John Mci
>on-
the wreckers,
j
->alvage S9000-vessel omitted in itso that "
not injured. The ship Ellen, of Pmlad. From the JJaltimirc American.When equppin ;t is Norfolk, March 24.-Sailed Olio, J. McUampbell, Geu. A. McualJ,
: since :he Spanish Navy Me Hue.N. -
from Havana, went ashore. on Carisford's we pasb by an ag d elm tiany years from Hampton Roads to-day, U. ,Margaret o' -

ICeet. on the 10th ult cargo saved, car- whose brandies have sheltered the has had so biiiliant and efficient S. ship John Adams, Capt. Wil .-F. N rcom.P. .
t. jicd: into West and sold' I a division of vessels in operatbn. .-U. C. Pmkham, John Parker, J. S.
Kej Cargo of for
heads our ancestors from the kinson the West India station. Fame, George Pendleton Ho 'PoUtn-
I ,t.
valued at g:25,000-salvage fiftypercent. of Heaven They ar" provisioned for a five E ;
storms -now venerably ger. jll. -4
: :
**.'-a.1 the ship l>"*.'*..is-r.;..dismasted_ l..."nfii at ticrlit; anchi""i" ,!'I green and oppressed with a weierht: months crulstand from the Coraiiioaore DAVID C PINK,,<\ f, .-J. L). Hawling:>>*, Daniel' -Le Roy & ;
Ine brig Heroine, from N Or.'cans ror 1 3i years, we losk up n its spreading own to the cabin boy, t.u.4. I

1'lul.id.went asliorr-! on the 'lortugas, on foliage with grateful regard.- have all teceived their pay in advice Counsellor. at Laic. S.-James F., SchenkS, J. Street, N.

.the. lUth uit. and got of}' without damage I it brings to mind our ancestois to that time. Instead of apprehending HAVING fixed his residence at Pensa- H. Street, N. Snackeiford, George W.
-paici blSJ to the vieckers. Sales of the practice law, in the courts Strata), William, Smith,Joseph Symouas,
''i preparations making
ivreckcu property at auction at Key and we seem, while sitting under Escambia, Walton, Jackson, Gadsden, Jt-bsee: Stroud, Andrew Simpson.T. .
,Vtst, 011 the Ibt tilt. 75,500 ; 22d ult. the same shadow, still to converse by the enemy to invade this and Leon Counties, and also at Mobile .-F. A. lioriitou 8, James:: Thayer S

>:3 ,OOO ; ;.iso \eial fcmall sales from | with past ages. With emotions Island}, that fleet has gone to meet lie may be found at his office next door 2, L.UK. Town!), hicbard Tice.
*VA) to 100U.( him his shores. below the Post Office. I V.-Orcar \'
Kry West was rcmarkablv similar to these dove regard he on own A shipof i :;neaud.

itlthy lr Diddle,of the U. S. .Navy" 4; na'ne of THOMAS JEFFERSON the the line called the Guerrero, is I i Pensacola, April 14th '1826.-7t. W.-John T. Wartield 3, Melanthon:
died at Key West on the 14th It. T. NV ooiacy 4, Lewis
11 The Warnngton 2 Win.
Iigil lioufees at Cape Iicjida and Key I author of our Declaration of Independence expect*'d nere snortly, and will 'United "tate.* of America, U. V>tuttle, Ed...3fll S\or\iuu6loul'eal,

,\ i .-t vi ere finished and ready to be light-;: an event which, politic- soon be followed !by two others of District of West Florida ss. Wilkinson' :: CuaricsWaj ne, Cuaries Wilson. :S S

cJ, ',s s o
<' I'lie$ Light llou&c at tiurdeu Key, Dry elm of Hberty, under whose V/ in the District Court ot the United Y.-Elizabeth Young, Michel Yeagen

dwelling 1 uruKJ.s, house was twiMhiHs fi-.d. up, and the I j!I'I branches our ancestors repose., Every thing is extremely quiet Mates for West Florida on the 12th dayof \\ Haseil Hunt,

; The Lignt I and under the April, 1826, against a certain schooner
tranquil Poti .;
:]Io.t 'for Cari&lord's Heel, was and we now repose. Haifa century present ilalter. -'
repairing called the General McDonald, her tackle, Pensacola, 1st 1826
at YV.MFrom firm and energetic government April -6-3u
Key has since ;
passed away this apparel and cargo, stating, that John H. .
-<4. glorious t'vent has transpired, but we are particularly fortunate in Sawyer, Richard BennetJohn Appleman, "-

the Edit Florida Herald. which'is to be celebrated on our the hea'Js. of the respective ,departments George J drige, John Parker and JohnA United States of America,

,. .4 trtum/lfl" over Uegeneracy."B -- .- ensuing anniversary with unrivalled thereof. General Vires' Sawyer, the Libellants! inhabitants ot: i District of West Florida ss.

) y'f rt Hal's mailve received I character'needs no comment-Air. the Territory of Florida, did, about the I
splendor throughout
the
continent
the K of the Pinillos, the Intendant Genera is middle March. 1826,observe a vessel to a libel hath.been ,filed .
'. port Judiciary of America. And shall it I strike and ground on a shoal near WHEREAS Court of the United .

Committee in the case of Judge be said that THOMAS JEFKIRSON" a man of extraordinary talenu ala Key-that they immediately went to States fur W. Floridaonthe 4thOctJ'

Suut'i. The spontaneous expres whose life has been devoted t'. his financier, ol indefatigable int1as- her relief discovered her to be the 1825. against six half pipes of win**"commonly '

s; *. ':general gratification that country' wlfare, is now try and strict integrity, wh'ch' aforesaid: schoone General McDonald- called Red wine, stating that
oppressed
immediately followed, shows most with debt and shall circumstances, added to that of is Captain Wihiam Frazier, of tons I George ,y Karkley Esqr. acting Deputy,
I we not burthen bound from and
I I Philadelphia to Pen Collector Inspector of the Port of
manifestly that the people eventually all joyfully contribute. Must his being a native Havana, have e- sacola. with q dry goods and groceries, consigned Fcnsacola! hath seized the said six half S

will be governed by the unalterable I family mansion, under whose protecting cured him the confidence of all I to Furgusun H. Nisbet and John pipes of wine as forfeited to the United

pnncipli-s of truth and i roof the admiring citizens classes so that the resources and, Jerrison jr. that UK'sell)elUnts proceeded, states, for that on the 24th day of May

jimict. It is Altogether in vain .I of our own k every European clime means at his command are "ierj to unlade a part of the? cargo of the said in the year of our Lord one thousand
schooner into three fishing smacks that eight hundred and five the _
for men to themselves great. Commodore La Borde, ; twenty JI':1it! : !
array against i, have enjoyed so much hospitality, they, together with about nfty or sixtyothers six half pipes of wine were attempted to _
chief of lhe is brave
a active
i ,
these principles ; that capricious i be sacrificed to meet the demands navy were employed a part of two da>s, be landed from the Schooner Caravan, S

thing called popularity 1 I of his creditors. Shall! we reposeon I and experienced seaman, aci of that they at last succeeded in getting her at that time lying in the haroor of Pci.sa-

will vanish before them as chaff beds of down while the h-.ary established reputation." off that they then fished for her anchor eola, which said Schooner *as laded *th

before the wind. I head of the author of (the declaration "-. .which. had. been'. lost, ,.that- they. .succeeded- goods, wares_ or merchandize not the
d' From the Louisiana Gaxel'.s. in OD taming IT, ana mat for incur sen-ices, growth ot the united Stale ,and the sa! The public cannot but know our independence is doomed to As we anticipated me legtsla the said Captain William Frazier agreedto wine was attempted to be landed, with

feelings this subject and how poverty and want-shall we hesitate ture of Louisiana has set noble pay these laid libellants the sum of two out having complied with the provisions ,

natural if I was to participate in the I to administer relief? forbid a thousand and five hundred dollars. but required by the thirty ninth and forty
: example, in starling an inquiry into having no money to pay the said salvage, fifth sections of the revenue laws of the S
bid it !
f.4crdomfi;
gtneral manifestation of joy that it patriotis.u the means necessary lo be a- he requested the said salvors to send an. United States, in such case made and

Wtt! expressed by the citizens I .forbid it virtue and honor. Ii dopied for the relief of Mr. Jeffer- agent to Pen acola with him, to receivethe provided, whereby the same became -

\ of St. Augustine. Imm<<'diatt'Jl is not a favor conferred on Jeffersonit SOh.Ve cannot money, which they did ; but having forfeited i to the United States a.nd praying

: tJP"D the receipt of the informa- is the payment of an honest expressourowu arrived at Pensacola, be now refuses to the usual process of the Court, that air ,S
.. feelings in more appropriate lau-
: pay the said salvage. persons interested in the said six half .-
: lion, the news spread, and, as,with debt. Is cannot. be that the hoary gua ethan- the resolution of Mau- Therefore, in obedience to the above pipes of wine may be cited to appear and

ont voice the citizens turned out patriot wifl' suffer neglect-:-Americans nan, off r..d the day before yesterday libel, and the order and monition of the answer to the premises and all due proceedings S .

\1piJl1 the public square in fhe e'tnang should pledge their fortunesand and which is as follows Court theron, under the hand and seal be had, that the same may bo

and manifested ihrir 'jatisfaction their sacred honour, to prevent Resolved That a committee be thereot to me directed and delivered 1 do condemned and forfeited to the use of the .

;,: by oonfires and rinjjihj of such a blot Irom staining the fair appointed: consisting, of members Hereby Give Notice, the United statute States in ,such according case made to the and form provided. of .

}hf bells of the Catholic Church ; page of their history. of the Senate: and three members to all and singular, every person or persons .

( both' of vhich dcif.onsirations I of the House of Representa interested in the said schooner, her 1 herefore, in pursuance of the moni '
'
I Jvire continued till! a very late A writer in the Recorder, speaks tiyps. for the of inquiringinto tackle, apparel and cargothat they appear -i. tiox under the seal 'of the said ,Court tOme "
: ; purpose before the Court aforesaid the and delivered
at directed I do hereby
;i urDuring which period a in very favorable terms of the do- i the means it might by expedient Co'urt House in Pensacola, at the next Give i iVoticc h

.\ Procession itS formed on the mestic Wines of Thomas M'Call to (adopt in order to come tfrm thereof then and there to interpose ,

I P.ulllc' auar-*-, and, headed by mu- Esq. of Laurens county. They to the relief of Thomas Jefferson, I their claim for the same, and to make to all and singular every person or persons #:1
1
t alf; and it their in this behalf.William interested in the said six half
tndrCu.d to the residence of are from the native Grape, late President of the United States' allegation pipes ,
Sebree. of wine thAt they appear before the .
t thrludge intimated that can be fur.nibhcd "
is they
to their in his ddage
him
,
pay rebpects'amiable and to testify to Court aforesaid,at the Court house in thc> '
to '
r.18 family, wher they in quantity equal to the the regard and gratitude of 1 I Manhal ;". F.. City of Pensacola on the first Monday of :
13th 1826-7 3t.r
Pensacola -
"trC' April -
received in a very handsome consumption ol a large portion of the United States, for his long andj I May,1826 then and there to interpose a S

I 1n ntr. the population of Georgia faithful services, and the particular I claim for the same and to'make their allegations 5
[ -
Gco.Chronicle Arrangement.. in this behalf.Benjamin. ,
"- Augusta gratitude of Louisiana towards S

: \ From the ",Val onal Journal. the high minded statesman, to Claiborne Mail. Wyman;

-Itract or a Letter from Gentleman tra- Prices of Cotton. indebted 3 P. M. Deputy -Marthal.fir.
UinJ a whom the, state is principally -tt 1UE on Thursday at S
tlty.dated if m Florida, to his friend in thii LiverpOfJJon- 28r/ 1826.e for having been added to Closes on Friday. 10 A. tt* W m. Hebree, -"' .
I
St. Au
uitine 5th IV. F.
February, Marthal S
1826. for he Ameriran family and Tallahassee Mail
II are sorry that it is necessary great Pensacola April t, 1826.-:6--3t. S

,010fl Since I had the pleasure to address us to give you a very 'gloomy picture that the said committee have leave" Due on Sunday at 3 P. M. --- ;S

, ', my arrival of to by bill or otherwise. f 6 P. M. BLANKS
cl at this place, I have of the commercial statr report Closes on Sunday

Nev:an in 'xcur ionto the south. an far as this country, maoymrrcant: failures A bill will be predicated on this': W,! Jlasell Hunt, Of various deacri/lliQflafOrSaletZt S .

' )rna. There is a narrow strip of resolution; and we trust'the 'jegiiUture '; I' Poll Jlfaitcf.Pensacola .
fiQe are taking place, we may say ( -
'lh4 Offi
thi Cotton -
: "hole diiance and paralel sui9{ 1s.nd with the nearly sea, daily, and confidence greatly ill1.I will; be unanimous in! pla-: April 1st, 182663t. .'..S: ,J i -.\-.;', I 4S5

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A. miscellaneous department; will be \ I fI f NOTICE g 15 REWARD. PesacofaBook; Store,

I devoted to the entertainment of, those Notified tha t -A... ..-
L hereby --- -,--
ror publishing Nashville, Tennessee, who are fond of occasional relaxation i\ personare from the subscriber on

a Weekly Paper, to be entitled the fror.i more severe employment, by the thel fl Su I]will:rior apply Court for at the the next%'estern term District ot- RUNAWAY last, a Negro Woman JUST received from New-York per Brig. and St.for Glair":lIe, #aaabo'e

perusal! I of tales, anecdotes, &c. named
the firstMohdajofMay
;NaUoual&aunev be holden on additional
to assortment
of honda
,an Books
:
,
Such is a brief outline of the objects for of two mmm m"
netf, partition wlich are the following
wU5 among
AXD intended to be accomplished by the publication tracts d Land lying near the-City of I'en- cl1u9

JJterartf, Political & Commercial Gazette. here proposed. It is meant to including; Gilvez: spring and NEW WORKS.
!' sacolafn'e
r 1 combine, the advantages of a magazine the large house erect- p about 20 years old, of a light
i and Forihe successful ac. thejothr including thin vissage, slender Rothclan Romance of the
i a newspaper. each containing t: black, a English H58
I main Wm. ,
LII :IIE object of the proposed j ed pyiol.' King I
of this design, the publisher likely, dresses
made
.-1 publication will be the. develope-i j complishment coq arjfcns. Which said tracts of land are very tories, -
rnent of the and will rely upon the promised aid and be in fee simple, as tenant in Stanhope's Letters on Greece, in 1823
resources, physical men- owjiedby
I united efforts of several gentlemen of and very neat, and of a genteel appearance. and 1824, with Documents on the Greek
heirs
tal this but Mid th the representatives
() young thriving impor. commm u articles of
several wearing
distinguished talents and acquirements, I Took with her Revolution, and the life of MustapbaAH
tant section of oar common country.- I cJJ ssd( King deceased. made the
as well as the editorial skill, experience apparel a fine quality: in
upon ,
Connected with this object, asits means individual 4/j. Arthur P. Hayne and articles of
and attainments of the fashion, small trunk, some
Buchanan's Sketches of the North
and its results will be the diffusion of American
>
intelligence of description calculatett to whom its general supcrintendance and I by his Attorney! bedding. It is thought she has been 'enticed Indians, with a plan for their melioration
every
: interest and benefit the commu-J principal management will be confided.It Febry 28th 182618w. : away by SOme person, probably ,
j is tune that some exertionswere white and will free. She was
surely pass as
nily, the vindication of our just reputa. Theodoric, a Tale, and other Poems by
: made the intelligent and public- assisted off lot or more -
r tion, the support of our right?, and the by : OYr1CE. my by two person Thomas Campbell,
spirited citizens of Tennessee, to vindicate I "late in the night, and there is on ;
promotion of our interests, not only as' The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipts
the literary character of the State, fiT is my inteltion\ immediately to insti. doubt but she has or will endeavor to
Americans but citizens of the for Plain Cookery, &c. &c. &c.
as west. :
4 and to demonstrate the extent of her _1 tute a suitlin the Superior Couit of get oil by water: The above reward
The will he its of the British Stage, being the
as name imports, Uiography
paper .
mental, moral), and physical resources. thVestern} Mstnct of Florida, to beheld will be paid to any person who will apprehend -
eminently national. It will have no nar- Lives of the principal Actors and Ac.
Nothing i is wanting but a conc :ntrulion at Hensac wi the first Mciiday of said! and secure her injail I
negro
row views, will be devoted to no party :. of effort. It is hoped, therefore, that the May: next, on a tcrtain; Mortgage, bearingdate and a liberal reward for the knowledge I I tresses, aid a
will It will be The of Matthew by the
no prejudices. : History
.
encourage importance of the object will furnish a loth September 1821, given by- of the persons who assisted her .
designed at once fur the gratification andimprovement ; author of Valerius &c.lIal1am's
!:I sufficient stimulus, and that Tennessee Charles Ueeler Jo, Charleslvy. for secur- off. Masters of vessel &c. are cautioned
science the of the scholar, the lover of I j I will no longer be content with the humble ing the paymeilwith of 684 dollars principal, I not to receive her on board. It is probable View of Europe, during the

professional man, the farmer, obscurity to which she has hitherto the intere$ due thereon. The land the above slave :has disguised herself Middle Ages,
the merchant, the mechanic, the friend I The Spanish Daughter,
Such as is bound said 3 consists of 320
I I been destined. a publication by oitgage with man's .
t If religion, the freemason, the: philanthropist now intended, is an important desidera- arpens, situate In the North westeni side I apparel. The Human Heart,

the statesman, the politician, I turn and if conducted with zeal, may no of )hc muuth! oft scamba River, on a part Robert Carr Lane. The Highlanders, a Tale,

the newsmonger and the light reader.E .- | doubt furnish facilities for the increase as of which the iovn of Beelersville i is laid Scenes in Europe, .Vccnes inJAmerica,
,ery effort will be made to furnish some. I I attain- Mobile, March 6th32t. The Blank Hook ofa small Colleger,
well as the display of our literary out.
.thing at once nourishing: and palatable is therefore I.ivmoPlav*. 4th. 5th.! fith., 7th.. 8th.. 9lK
J ments. The proposal respectfully John Lee William --- 4 7 --
for t t.ese'ariolJs tastes. I' anJ 10th volumes;
,
the with the
offered to public, i
A liberal portion of its columns will be I !I flttO'11'Y0" Mortgagee.) NOTICE.fT
i! confidence of encour- < ,
utmost adequate ToGKrJ1.I t WITHPaley's
occupied by original articles on liter t- i j PensacoU, 3d Dec. 1825-41-2am4m.BECHVED .
!I
,
Urnand sciencand the' number, talcuts ,.I agcmcnt and support. I Works complete, in 5 vol!.
,, !i : is my intention immediately to in ., Rollins Ancient I lIitorH vols.
: i urijii.rcirtitts of the .entle- Terms. :
1 'lliODS fJh stitute a suit, in the Superior Court Plutarch's **
Lives 8 vols.
mc j 'iiioarc pledged to contribute, are ,
of the Western L'istrict of Florida beheld i
:: :i sufficient guaranty for the respectability Tap. NATIONAL BAXNEU is printed on a : per Brig Amos Palmer to I Josephus's \ 6 vols.
at Pen acola the first ofMay
on Monday
and value: of those articles. The mo t large superl'oyallliiJet:4 with a small neat York, and Harriet from } Hamilton on Purgatives,

intcrcj-ting new works, which from time I I tpe, entirely new, and procured ex- OrlL-aus, date next the,28th on a day certain of mortgage bearing J!,i Armstrong on Typhus Fever,

to tune nun' issue from the press, both in : prcssl l) for the purpose. It is published Bales January 1H24, given Miner and Tully on Fevers, .
Thirty tight Cases and Dry Goods, Vte. Sebastian Pintado
tips country md Europe will be noticed I:!: by JOHN: S. SiMPSON, at three dollars a sited by by his Attur. Orfila'., Practical Chemistry, by Coxe
the
and criticised The siuiHtiun% ami (II v-I!I yc r, puyuhlo mailvuiiRe, or four dollarsat season, comprising, ney in fact John de la nu, to Henry 1i-1 I Powel on Contracts,

a jjress of our o\vn literary institutions will the end of the year. AdvertisementsI I Sept Cambric Prints, chalet, for securing the payment of Morse's New (;azetteerValkel"s ,

be strictly attended! to, and frequently I I I, be inserted the usual terms. Conmon do. do. thousand dollars principal, with the :interest \ Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket,
The ciiflVision I't.e first nuxibcr:< of the MANNER: is Fcnch Callicoes, due thereon : the property bound by I.
I pointed out. of learning uji:: Milton's Works, 2 vols. gilt,
,
-- Cinbricks Jackonet said
Lawn is tnc-t
Mortgage oland the
received and be seen at tins otnce one on {
; 11common scnonis academies, ana colt may ; I Thompson's Seasons: 1 vol. gilt,
1l: 'cs. established and patronised among j, where subscriptions be thanktuliy re I Bunbazelte, assorted colours, Escambia Kiver containing 22S1! arpensone Beauties of Shakespeare, do.

t cm selves, will be especially regarded and j cei\"ct1.-j Pen. i;aete.NOTICE.. lltser3 elegant worked robes, tract on the Escambia Uiver containing Campbell's Poems, do.
I. ball
dresses
most :Zt.sUUlV; I encouraged.; Scientific I Ir ce 5000 arpens-one tract on the I Hervey's Meditations, do.
.i Down & bleached shirting &sheeting Ray of Pensacola containing 2180 j jonc
(> ca1'ch- ito the geology and i.uturalliistury arpens J Pilgrims' Progress, do.
...
Siperfine do. do. lot on the Public
"f; the we .tel'U ,coIJltryrill claim; of Administration the square opposite i Pope's Works, 2 vols.] do.
attention wh.le LETTERS on Pluls, Stripes, Indigo and furniture the Seville Square, also the Lots on the
particular topograplly & Shadows
Lights Scottish
"ol.'John Miller deceased) Life do.
( ,
and statistics will be occasionally noticed. :checks, shirting, ticking &c. &c. Public Square numbered 11, 14, 13, 15, i .
:livery thing likewise connected with itsfirst having been granted the subscriber by 1.1 bfxes boots & shoes, fine & coarse, 16 and 18. I ALSO,
for the of
Es-
settlements, rapid growth, and present the cambia County all Court having County demands against ljunks Ladies' silk, Mohair, and Mo- John Lee Williams, The Sorrows of Werter: Vocal Standard,

condition, will be carefully sought ; persons I roccoshqes, Life Franklin, Paul and Virsrinip,
; after and fully detailed.Reports said estate are requested to IH' SCI.t 5 crates: & 5 hhds. crockerY. china: and 4:: ;,for Mortgagee. William Tell, Gulliver's Travels, &c. &c.

will be furnished of the proceedings the same immediately, and those inucbt- I glass: ware, Pensacola 28th Feb.1826 -1-2am4m. W. Hasell Hunt.
c ed are desired to make pay."ent to 4 2 truiks"assorted
of our highest courts of law, ( cases Saddlery 12th 1825.
and of important legal decisions; and W. Ha.sr.il Hunt, 1U ca .es super, fine, com'n & wool hats April .

communications on medical subjects, 4dninis rat ir. trunks fine cutlery, NOTICE. -_ Star oi tx\ South,

0 with accounts extraordinary cases, and I I Pensacola, Jan 27, 1826-48- ,iJ\v. cases 2 trunks ready made clothing, it is now intended to commence
their modes of treatment, will he given. 5 pipes old Cog. Brandy, Noah II. Allen 1vs. AS the publication of the Star

The man ot business will find, under GOKDON: 1 1)11)1OIIC pipe old Madeira wine, >. Attachment South, on the first of of the
Saturday May next
IOu taCts: ground salt, Maturin Simon 3
our BANNER, much that be useful
may all those who have
Attorneys. Counsellor Law persons or intend to
., and interesting him. No pains will be '. 4 tons ,r.m. assorted sizes, IN this case an attachment has been is- subscribe for it. are desired to send their

. pa.rt"d to procure the carliest, most mi- I l.\S resumed the practice of his profession 4 bundles steel, and a suit instituted in the Superior -I names (free of postage) to Milledgeville

. nutt and accurate intelligence of the state in the several Courts of West 3 casks! hoes, Court of the Western District of Flu. Georgia, by that time, directed to the

: of the markets both foreign and domestic.A Florida. Any business confided to him: 13|qr" che: ts fresh tea, assorted, rida. Editor of the Star of the South.

corrtspomlence will be opened and will receive his prompt and careful attention 2 11 boxes box mustard, Noah H. Allen Although a full prospectus of this pub

-1. regularly maintained with New Orleans lie may be consulted at his office Cayenne pepper, lication has been printed in a number of
and the principal eastern cities, specially in Pensacola. 5 hlds, Orleans sugar, new crop, by his Attorney.Pcnsacola newspapers in the States of
for the of and 20 bbl- W.J. fl/Mir. March: 15th 182636t. Georgia,
purpose procuring January 27th, 1826. South Carolisuintl A1ahairL an1
; furnishing in detail such intelligence as 20 bags Havana green coffee. I UCI- v .ubscrlbt'rs ouLaineu-yei n IU1m-tmiy

.. jnav be important to flue merchant and ALSO IN STOnE, not be amiss again to give the characterand

the farmer. The prices cf our staple productions I JAMES COliN J LL. 70 ps. Kentucky bagging, NOTICE terms of the paper.

I and of the pi incipal articles of Late Editor of TIle Port-Gibson Correspondent 45 ps. Scotch do. The Star- of the South will be devoted .

importation:. the extent of the demand, ," 12 ps.! Tow do. John de la Ilua: "} to the illustration and dcience of the

tIll" rites exchange, &c. will be given to the citizens Natchez 70 coils bale rope, vs. I interesting doctrine of the Universal holiness -

With :.!t much promptitude and accuracy I. PRESENTS of Mississippi, under 250 pounds hailing twine, The heirs of Turner I I and eternal happiness of the souls

ris possible. A portion of the paper will the influence of such feelings, as should l 2 tons assorted castings, Stark, the heirs of I PARTITION of all the human family-and the Unity of

1 be initoi:ily devoted to the subject of a- appertain to individual, seeking the 15 boxes olil cLaret, Col. Jos.. Philips, R. TIN God, by a society. of Believers on "Christ

gr:ulture, and tie mechanic anti manufacturer advancement ot\ his own interest, and 4 boxes old port, K. Call, Jair.es Kam- j -I the Lord."

.- will be furnished with accounts, usefulness to the community, proposals 3C bbls. whiskey, age, and all others I i Txaxs.'

; as full as can: be obtained, of the most to publish in the city Natchez, a weekly 10 Wood's patent ploughs! concerned. J The Star of the South will be printed

valuable! improvements that may' from paper, to be called, 20 kogs ground paints, assorted colours, jftlllE above named John dc laRua will on good paper, and with af'air type everyother

t time to time be made in the productions TUB is kegs tar, apply at the next term of the Superior Saturday, at S 1 50 per annum

of the arts and ;in the! .various species of Sides seal leather, Court, for the District of West Flori payable on the receipt of the first number -

4. I' machinery.Tl! tce74 e'Ws-\a. ey Sides upper do. da, to be holden at Pensacola, on the first to the Editor at Milledgeville, Georgia

r f' Ji;T'at efforts that arc making for 1lfPublic Mvertiser Calves' Skins, Monday of May next, for partition of a certain whose name will appear-or 2 in
the ililJusion of moral \lUII'clig-iolis truth S 8 bbls loaf and lump sugar, tract of land, lying and being to the three months thereafter.
.. oitl t'c extension of the Upon an Impel i.il! sheet, with new materi.oi 30 baskets east of Texar in I
: blessings of civ- sweet nil), Ifuyou Escambia County It will be folded and stitched in a 12 mo.
of the
ii/! .t iO)\, will be carefullyulched and 1it quality, at the same price 25 boxes assorted window glass, containing four hundred arpeutsjmore I form, of 12 in
each number
u'ider similar pages ormore
their resultmade:" known. Without entering :\1I< d regulations with otherImpl'rl 45 kegs cut nails, or less, commonly' known by the name of -but will be increased in the number -

!;; into the (h sl'ntions ()f S(Ctari.nCo1IOVCF' papers published in the State. qr. casks Madeira, Tenerifie and Malaga Gonzales tract=one undivided thirty of in
the
The materials: : will probably arrive about pages proportion as number
or attempting to furnish the wine, for sale by sixth part whercofis owned and possessed subscribers increase.It .
the lust ot'next .
m'lUthI1d the firirt may
details of missionary vnterprize, a f faithful will thereafterJ. number Stone & Nisbet.December in fee simple by the said John de laKua is hoped that the publishersVilI be
record will be given of the most important appear immediately one of the whole
halfpart the
;
C. has no enemies, and will not deserve 10th 18.NOTICE.25.I by believed, when they state that their object -
intelligence, 'espeiting) the said (leirs of Turner Stark twelve
progress ; thirty is not to collect funds but disseminate
to
He has friends and I -
of ur holy religion in every part of the any. will serve sixths by the said heirs of Jos. Philips what
believe
they to be
them when it .
,can be done without a sacrifice highly
vrid.A four
thirty sixths the said
by It. K. Call
interesting information,
: to their fellowcreatures
curnerwill be propriety. lie knows no, party f
orrasior.ally devoted and one thirty sixth by the said James
to :01 account of masonic ; if there be one, be does not belongto Mar W. Barro rr ) ; and to secure which, they
proceedings i
so Kamage as tenants 1 common-and this
it. lie invests his all in this solicit communications from men of'ge
attempt, Attachment.Joh
tht be -
far deemed
:.s ) may interesting to notice is given to all concerned in the
aforesaid -
and will with nius, generally-and for this
and of ch.-erfulness, succeed or \V. Deverau ) purpose, the
tin.raU worthy publication; and fail, as he shall deserve. tract of land; pursuant to, an act Star will sustain such that be intended
: a regular register will be furnished of the this; case suit has heen commencedy to provide for the partition of lands in ,to dispute its may
lie hud doctrine but
Itf
: from time to time commenced a considerable general ;
officers elected in the \ attachment on one half lot No. 190 this Territory. the
right animadversion
several grand lodges and grand chapters setting forth of his republican principles ; and \lot 70 which attachment must alwaysbe
is returnable J
de la Rua. allowed
the United States. of his determination to be indefatigable ll. to the Editor, but whicJi; wIll

S throughout Nor will political 1 topics and the, news and zealous ; of his devotion to the public Tel[to). the Superior Court at the May Pensacola, Feb. 3,1826.-49-8v.STAT10AMUX.. be exercised in the spirit of candor, and

ofthe day be overlooked. A summar weal, with all thc customary ET IETEUAS .-. .-, ---,--,-- -- '_ ... with the politeness gentlemen, tenderness .
viiJbe! K'nen, in a condensed form indeed ) of an editorial DEIIUT, but has erased A Gordon of Christians, consideration of philosophers -
the whole and the and a love of 'brother whom it
hut as much in derail as the limits means same,and more, Jlttornev for Plaintiff. ,
by Ii I \\ ILL is believed all mankind .
saying DO MY DUTY. arc.Elitors
of such will Pcns.lcolalarch
!' a publication permit, and as 24 1S26.--4-.
much soprobabJv! al: the r.ass: of readers Natchez, February: 13, 1826.IS'otice I ON hAND AND FOR SALE AT THE of papers in the Southern and

nm ,ieem important, of the prominent Pensacola Bookstore Western States, who are friendly to the

.. occurrences in out own and l foreign coun. FOR SALE.I1p1JIJF liberty of the mind, and free investigation
is Hereby Given, will please insert the above asofteil
tries. The proceedings of and
Congicss dill Assortment
of the State Legislatures will be noticed, 'filA I'at the next Term ot the l.ii. 5 sibscriber, Executor of the last / \ULLS, superior Stationary quality ccjisisting, of us they may think proper.
such County Court, I \\ill present the Wit and Testament of Francisco Fide and
: and as are matciial: and of general V J Letter., Folio and Amore.
ao<"ounts and voucllcrsanl ; Cup paper,
for final lite Pensacola
interest, minutely recorded. apply a deceased, offers
1_ It is not intended to in I settlement of the Estate of Isaac for the following property, belonging Wafers, Sealing Wax, --_'
of
engage any Levis, deceived. -'frd' Peg, Cork, Glass and Pocket Inkstands,
Estate of the said
dedeased
the little political controversies of the \ : viz Red Ink Powder, Teusacola Gnzc\
make this Sebastian Barrios half of a Tract of Land ,
tuiies nor to paper the vehicle Japanned Sand Boxes, Paint Boxes,

ot personal party tcehng. It will occasionally Administrator.ige containing, Red Tape, Indian Rubber, PUBLISHED EVEKI SATUUDAI,

,, however, be devoted to the I Lead and Slate Pencils, Crayons BY W. HAStiLL HUtfT

support>> of what arc deemed important \ \ at SI. Alovks 41@ &c; m Camel's Hair do. SOLE F.DITOttAWD

cardinal political principles. It will sometimes Pencil Cases, PROPRIETOR,
V discuss questions} of political eco :}lIE subscribers! having erected a Situated North East of Bayou de la Indelible Ink, Drawing & I Publisher of the Laioa of the United Siate

1I0nl)'. It will inculcate sped for our large and commodious AIlE Tru :ha, on the bay of San Mary de Gil-: Bonnet Boards. Paper and of the Terntoru-, of- FDridll.SUJlSCBIETIOlt .

fed- ral and State constitutions and (ia j HOUSE and WIIAliF at St, Marks, will vczjabout twenty one miles from the ALSO -Year 5

I strict undeviating compliance with their receive goods on consignment, for storageor Cityl of Pensacola : anal ahOUSE I Clothes and Hair Brushes, Half year 3

f : prov 'sions. It will discountenance all sale on commission. Their chargeswill Common Scissors Razors Quarter year 1 50

t1t1\ interference bet\\" .' i the several be moderate-"such as are customary, Single paper twelve anA an half cents.
Windsor
departments of the jroverrtiicnt, and all and the strictest attention will be paid to iilii. ..n.. & LOT Superior Common Watch Keys.W. Soap. and Subscriptions payable in advance. '
.n., ..
uiiicesiry and da. ) e rOA'; collisions between the receiving and delivery of any goods t ADTERTISIXO! --Every advertisement*

the Mutes respectively! the natic : consigned. in the City of Pensacola, fronting on Hasell Hunt. of the width of one column and measuring

; :?*. it will discourage i sectional jealousies N. H. A large assortment of Groceriesand I Alcaniz Street, said lot containing 52 feet Pensacola] 15th Oc.1825. not more than'twelve lines of this type,

:; .,L'tI local prejudices. ntH while Provisions always kept on hand, for !'front(by 80 feet deep and known in the firs insertion one doUareach; weekly con
i t.i' stilus to cultivate a sale on moderate terms for cash tinuance fifty cents longer and wider
> nvtioizatspirit, :,: Plan{of the City as number 112. ;
wilt ooldly maintain the lights! and zealot. John & Natb. Hauilcn.'1 I TJfie! above property will be sold on Notice is Hereby Given, I I ones at the same rate. Rule and figure

.: .*..\ support the interests wf the u ester Kcferrnce, [I credit-one half of the purchase arork, double price for the first insertion.

;- countn, It will endeavor to point Messrs. Hyde and Merrctt \ to be paid in one year and the remainderin money CTjlHAT at the next Term of the lion Advertisements will tastefully displayed
claims of the OUt tnt wes', by developing New Orleans.St. I t\i-o year, Payments to be seemed present th according nature

till i r ;.i! character of this } ounger portion Marks March 1st 1826-2-4t. by: :,otes, wiith a mortgage on the pre accounts and vouchers and apply for will be measured by matter of this sized
of i.ic confederacy ; and \' ithout under. mises. settlement of the Estate of Seth Fisher type. When Inserted at intervals, (that

"alll n;. the rghts; or merits thecitizens -:. --..". Desiderio deceased. is, not inserted every week,from the first
of Warehouse at St. Marks. I Quina. to the last i insertion insertion w" .
of (.othtt sections! the country, it will I II Noah H. Allen .i ) each
assert the "'qual rights and merits: of the I: Ponsacola 17th March 182 -3tf. be charged as a new advertisement. ;

c brave, hardy, and intelligent sons of the THE subscriber hag lately erected near Administrator. Amounts for advertising payable alwayS ;
landing at St. Marks Pensacola Feb. 17th 1826.-51-6t. ondemarfd.
0 xvrtt he immense importance of turn- a commo. Deerskins and Beeswax.
pi ki rod, canals: and other branches of dious and secure WAREHOUSE, where
itv' '.)ial! improvement, will be illustrated he is prepared to receive goods, eitheron THE 11E highest market price will be giv JOB PRINTING. with those who wish to advertise by the t

and enforced, and ever) effort ":iII be Storage or Commission.Win. in Cash, for-Deerskins Bees year.

made to induce the people of Tennessee Wright. wax,, by.t Executed with( neatness and (ar All communications to the Editojmust I .

/ to give them at l least a lair experiment. St.,Marks, Dec. SiOth, 182627tf. John Jerrison, jr. despatch ai this Office. be postpaid or they will be attends tt
I 4 to or not,.a' suiW hb convenience. 4 t

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