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Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: April 29, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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i. PC.I.URED XTCBT: S.1TC1BD.A.Y, dockage ; for storage 'and rent ; I I person for! his compensation,who it in.irrtars : arrears II to the United States' until sucLpern .one thousand eight hundred t and

W. HASELL HUNT, ror travelling expenses of officers to the United Sfetes, until sud f shall have accounted for and paid seventeen,three thousand dollars.
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SOLS EDITOR AJTD PROPRIETOR, and transportation of seamen >> paid persons into the Treasuryill,Bums for whid may tie liable : Prvoidti, also, That no- For building an Arsenal Ver- .

publisher o.fthe Lau of the United Stqtc, for house rent or chamber money ; hb may be liable: 'tm ed, also, th, thing, in this section contained,hall be gennes, Vermont fifteen thousand '

and of the Territory of Florida. for fuel and candles to officers t n thing in this section contained, shal 1 1b construed to extend to balances,arising dollars. '

SuBBCBiraow-Year 5 other than thpse attached to Navy ; construed to exUnd to balances aii solely from the ,depreciation of treasury- For! completing the repair of '

Half year 3 Yards and shore stations ; for:, sing solely from toe depreciation of notes, received by guc person to be expended Plymouth Beach, thirteen thouandone '
Quarter 1 5 O in the public service but in all
year Treasury notes, received by such pen n ;
Single paper twelve and an half cent commissions, clerk hire, offict to be expended in the public servi ; cases where the: pay or salary of any person -. hundred and eighty-four dol ffi

Subscriptions payable in advance. rent, fuel and stationary to Nay] bit, in all cases where the pay or sahrj"any is withheld in pursuance of thisat act; lars and ninety cents.

ADVERTISING-Bvery advertisement Agents ; for premiums and incidental person is withheld in pursuance shall be,the duty 6f the accounting officer For the continuation of the :

of the width of one column and measuring expenses of recruiting ; foexper.ses O f t this actit i shall !ie the duty of the ic- if demanded by the party, his agentor Cumberland road, one hundred i'

not more than twelve lines of this type I of deserters counting officer,demanded by the ptr. attomty, to report forthwith to the and ten thousand dollars which ..
pursuing ;
first insertion one dollareach wefekly cor:.. ty, his agent or attorney, to report forth agent of,the Treasury Department the
tinuance fifty cents; longer and wide for compensation to Judge Advocates wIth' to the Agent of the Treasury J3e balance die, and it shall be the duty ol shall be replaced out of the fund \

ones at the same rate. Rule and figur' ; for per diem allowance to< p rtment, the balance due ; and it shalbe the said agent, within sixty days thereafter reserved for laying out, and making

work, double price for the first insertior persons attending. Courts Martial l, the duty of saii Agent, within si1ty; I to order suit to be commenced against roads under the direction of I

Advertisements will be tastefully displayed and Courts of Inquiry, and to officers days thereafter, tu order suit to be con sutb delinquent and his sureties. Congress, by the several acts pass "

according to the nature of them, and engaged on extra service bt-';' m?need against such delinquent and his Approved-1ttarch 25, 1826. ed for the admission of the States :
maher'of this sized
will be measured by sureties. .
intervals tha yond the limits of their stationsfor I of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and :
type. When inserted at ( ; : s JOHN W. TAYLOft, I PUBUC-No. 16.An .
is, not inserted every week,from the first expenses of persons in !tIck Speaker of the House of Uepfesentativej act making appropriations forthe Military Missouri into the Uoionon equal

to"the last insertion) each insertion wil quarters ; for burying drctasec I JOHN C, CALHOUN, Service of the United States, for footing with, the original States. .

be charged as a new advertisement.- persons belonging to the Navy I ce-PreSiden t of the United States, an the year one thousand eight hundred For repairs made on the Cum-
Amounts for advertising payable alwa). President of the Senate. and twenty.six. berland 'road the
for and) of during year one
on demand. printing stationary eve Approved--March 14, 1826. Be it enacted by the Senate and ffauseRcpreseiuativea thousand
03 Liberal contracts will .be mad< ry description ; for books, charts, 1 JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. of the United States ofAmerica eight hundred and, 4-
with those who wish to advertise by the 1 mathematical and nautical instruments in Congress assembled, That the twenty-five seven hundred andfortymac .-i

1f;.... chronometers m dds, and I. PUBLIC No. 13. following sums be, and the same are hereby dollars. '
Gjr::: >*All compiunications to the Edito drawings ; for purchase and repairs An. act making appropriations for cefcainFortification respectively appropriated, for timeMilitary I For completing the works Cor'f _, :
must be post paid, or they will be attende of the 'United Sttes, Service ,of the United States, foi deepening the channel entrante .
of fire and steam
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o or not,as suits his convenience. ; tor the eighteen hundred ind the year one thousand eight hundred and
year into the harbor of Isle
Presque
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i --- =-: -F' n and machinery ; for purchase and twenty-six, and for other purposes. twenty-six to wit : '
Laws of the United States. maintenance of oxen and horses, Be it enacted by the Senate and Hvua oj For pay of the Army and sub seven thousand dollars. '

and for carts, wheels, and work fiefrresentttivesofthc Un lied States of:Ji sistence of officers, including tht Ifor; the defraying the expenses ''

men's tools of every description ;; merica in Congress assembled, That the Military Academy, nine hundrtc incidental to making examinations -

for postage of letters on public following sums be, and the same ire and ninety-four thousand four hundred ', surveys preparatory to, and
wi for fonfi-
hereby, appropriated, to t
service for pilotage, for cabin dollars and in aid of, the formation of roads
; cations, to each, specifically as ibllovp : and seven seven
f .*-4. furniture for vessels in commis tmd canals, fifty thousand dollars.
l.z 4 1 F'orFort Adams, at Bren tot's y-five cents. '"
r sion for taxes Yard two hundred For the armament of new Fortifications .
; ,, on Navy Point, one hundred thousand dol For Subsistence, .
I and public property ; for assIstance and eighty nine thousand one hun one hundred thousand -',\

rendered to public vessel lars.For Fart Hamilton, at New \Uirtcui dred dollars. dollars. .
in distress for incidental 'laboi Sec.2. And be further enacted Thatj: :
; Poini, seventy five thousanddollars. For. Forage for officers, thirty- the several sums hereby ;appropriated "
at Navy Yards not applicable tu five thousand fie hundred .and shall be paid out. of any money in the

any other appropriation j. for coah For I Fort Monroe, at Old Point twenty dollars. Treasury not otherwise appropriated: .

and other fuel for forges, foundries Coptfori, one, hundred and fifteen i For the Recruiting Service, ir Provided; however, that no money appropriated

steam engines, and for can thousand dollars. : addition to an unexpended balance by this act shall be paid to any _.

dies, oil, and fuel for vessels in Fort Calhoun, at the Rip on the thirty-first of December. rears person to for the his United compensation States,, who until is such in ",

commission, and in ordinary ;; '.Ra for eighty thousand dol one thousand eight hundred ant person shall ave accounted for and paid. '.. '
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and including 'the expense oi J.u- twenty-five, of six thousand sever into the Treasury all sums for which he ,

breaking up the stations on the '1 or the Fort at Bogue Point,, hundred and aixty-nini' dollars;, maj be liable.' Provided, also, That nothing ,'
I in this section shall be construed to
Lakes, and at New-Orleans and Nonh Carolina, tw.-nty-five thou twelve thousand one hundred and from
extend balances
to arising solely
YAUTHORITY. Sarrataru, und for transportingthe I s.tni dollars. forty-five dollars.; I from the depreciation of treasury notes '

. I PI1.uc'No. 11.An articles from thence, and for I For tim Fort at Oak Island,, For the contingent expenses oi received by such person be expended .. ":
no other object or purpose whatever NorlnCurohnaftthirty five thou the Recruiting service .auiiiur : ui itic puuuc service ; but in all cases '
act making appropriations for the .. *.... : .. where the is ".
J l salary r payofany
Mipport or 'the Navy or the finite )tVn hlltirli n < } l.vTU- sana uouars.FJor to an unexpi-naea balance on tht: person ..
States for the year one thousand eight sand dollars. i the Fort at Mobile, Point, thirty-first cf Dtcember, oue-thou withheld in pursuance of this act, it shall
be tale of the officer if
duty accounting ,
hui.dred and six For for objects dollars.tbi .
twenty contingent expenses ninety thousand sand eight hundred and twenty demanded by the party,his age/it or attorney -
Be it enacted by the Senate and HfJue"J arising during the one I For at Chef Menteur thousand dollars -
yrar ;he five, of seven twc to report forthwith to the agentof
the United State. of
JImerica/ Representatives in of assembled That, foi thousand eight hundred and twen eigiuy-fivt thousand dollars. thousand four hundred and filty-se-' the Treasury Department the balance

defraying the Congress expenses of the Navy foi ty-six, and not hereinbefore enumerated For Fori Jucuson, at Plaque- vcn dollars. I due, and it shall be the duty of the said :

hundred and five thousand dollars. mine thousand dcllars agent within, sixty days thereafter, to or- ...
the year one thousand eight I Bend, ninety For the purchasing Department der suit be such .
tq commenced against
six i the sums be, and and subsistence Of I ...
twenty following For the pay ? S in addition to materials: on hand, delinquent and his securities..
the same are hereby, respectively, appro the officers non-commissioned l-'ort to be commenced
For the ui si.iiy! thousand dollars, two hundred Approved-March 25,1826.

For priated the: pay and subsistence of officers, musicians, privates, and I I at Bayou Bienyenu e, Louisidn and two thousand two hundred $

theoffict"rs' and of the sea- washerwomen of the Marine I ninety; thousand doll !l's. and fiity-one dollars and nineteen l"ETlCAL. ;
pay ,
other than those at Navy- Corps, one hundred and seventy- I For repairs and contingencies, cents.For ..... :: .
mm, six thousand one hundred and fife 5fieen thousand dollars. one thousand complete sui'sof For the Pensacota Gazette. .
Yards bhore stations and in ordinary '
To
nine hundred and eight ty-eight dollars ten cents. For the repair of the Fort Con- : extra Clothing be put in depot Alyra. '

thousand, five hundred and ninety For clothing for the same, '. stituliiuii, in the Porumoum Harboui and for one additional.pair 'of When this fond heart, that throbs witsanguib .-
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twenty eight thousand even hun- thou "UU ute hundred be allowed for each .
two Shoes
to enlisted
five dollars and fifty cents. Shai..Cv.i.>.v to beat a/id tranquil l be, .
For the pay, subsistence, and dred and sixty-five dollars. d UJI's. \ toldier per annum, fifty-cm No more to heave deep sighs and languish; :

allowances'officers! and py ol For fuel for the same, six thou the purchase of Lund, and thousand five hundred and two Who then, alas will_mourn for me I j

sand dollars. lh Fir( ot way on Throne's iollars and forty-five cents.
and others at Navy-Yards
I seamen For contingencies<< that is to PjuMn Long Island bound, se- For the of Woollens, IVhen life's sad'lamp, slowly expiring, .
shore stations hospitals and in purchase ...
Shall dimly burn and set me free ; .. ;
:say : for travelling expenses for venteu thousand Collars the one thousand eight .
ordinary, one hundred and fortyODe luring year Earth's brightest y ,no more desiring. ,
thousand six hundred and officers, and transportation for Sec!, i. dnd be further enacted That hundred and twenty-six, in advance Who then,alas will mourn for me iThe .a'
of from the id tuui: shall we paui out of any
IK
men, freight stores one thousand
for the one
.
thirteen dollars and five year
twenty' station to another, lull, forage, j I rnOlje .u the 'Ircasury, nut otherwise apApproved right hundred and twenty-seven, flowers spring will sweetly bloom. .. _'
,, Cents. pl'Opr ttt1. Then fade as shadows flee
away ;
'For the pay of Naval Constructors wharfage, and cartage, expenses -March 11, 1826. .\venty thousand dollars. l.nd tears may weep theit early. doom,, .

Superintendents and all the of recruiting, per diem allowance -.i*- For the Medical and Hospital'' But who,fond heart, will feel for thee 23h
.
Civil Establishment at the several for attending Courts Martial, and i PUBLIC ,-40, 14. )e; artmam, twenty five thousand '
Courts of Inquiry, compensation 'xn autnonze tue Legislature of ind seventy-seven dollars. if when near the.clay<< old j welliD;.

Navy Yards and stations, fifty-two to Judge Advocates, house rent i oi ..1IW b&ppi,to appropriate Master Generat's Where I may rest.most silently, ., .
For the
thousand two hundred and forty aC1to ol the three per cent. Quarter Thy steps should torn;with bosom swell.
and chamber where there .
dollars. money, : from the sales of puDlic Department, two hundred ing. :
hundredand are no quarters assigned, incidental lands. and eighty.four thousand seven Weep o'er the turfthatteils of me.Karde.. .
For three I
provisions, labor in the Quarter Master's I Be it enacted by the. Senate and House ifepre.entatZVes hundred and six dollars and sixty- I I ..
thousand eight '. .
seventy-seven Department, expenses of buring : oj th* United States e'vinenca seven cents.

hundred seventy-five and cents.seventy-one dollars rJtceased persons belonging to the oi in(active Congress per assembled.cent. fund That, arising tnreeilths For Qtarter Master's supplies, I ... MISCELLANY... :. S

For of vessels in ordinary corps, printing and stationary from the nett proceed: of the sales oi transportation stationary, out- 23gBj g222 3 K. B3, 3BB:.t.. Ml
repairs postage on public letters, forage public lands witnin the State of Mississip. r.tandingdebts, repairs, chairs for : From t/ie CharlesttnCourier.The I
and for wear and tear of vessels per diem allowance to officers on pi, may be appropriated by he Legislature examinations grates, and light- Paris Journal, des Debats i .
in commission, three hundred thereof- to the making of public M. De Chateaubriand '
of dited
extra duty$ expense pursuing ning rods, for the Military Academy : by
and fifty thousand dollars. oads a"nd canals,' andto the improvement -
in the ontains the following, amongstther
de&erters, keeping repair of the navigation ot riven and bays I_ at West Point, fifteen thousandand :
For repairs and imprdvements barracks at the different stations, Mthm'aid State.ApprovedAtatch. I five hundred and forty-two > reflections upon the Pre i- .

of Navy Yards, one hundred and itraw for the men, barrack furniture 14th, 1826. I dollars and seventy-four cents. lent's Message at the opening of .

seventy thousand dollars, to wit : spades* axes, shovels, picks, For articles required for the he p1e8eDteeSiQfl! of Congress- '

Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, ten and carpenter's tools, and for no PUBLIC-No. 15, mathematical,.drawing, chemical : is the opinion of an .enlightened

thousand dollars ; Charlestown, jthsr purpose whatever, thirteen in act making appropriations for the In and mineralogical departments, I foreign observer;' it ought to have

Massachusetts forty thousand dollars. dian Department for the year one thou- with all parties :- .
thousand five hundred hundred and twenty-six. additions to the library, paving weight ;> .
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/i dollars; New-York, thirty-five For sundry expenses arising in sand Be it'eight enacted by the Senate and House of barracks parade, conduit for sup' The most important featuren ., "-

thousand dollars ; Philadelphia, the currentyear, not hereinbefore Representative* of the United States ofjinerica plying water, and'for new quarters, the foreign policy of _the An*

thirty thousand dollars Washington mentioned, five hundred dollars. in Congress assembled, That the is recommended by the board of jlo-Americans ,.is the sending anmhassador .
fifteen thousand dollars sums be-and the same are hereby to the Congress of .
\
; For medicines', hospital stores, following risiters for tho Military Academy .
Oosport, forty thousand dollars.! and instruments for the officers appropriated,to of wit the: Superintendent i it West Point, nineteen thousand' ?anamaV a resolution, which, fol- .
For a of the harbors; of For the p&y dollars owed by'a prudent choice. of the -
, survey and marines stationed on shore, AffdirsatSt. one hundred and eighty-seven\ .
Louis .
Savannah of Indian I be consolidatehe ...
and Brunswick, in Geor thousand three hundred and and ferny-five cents. p erson to sent, nay .1 : .
gia Beaufort Soutb.Carolina two and the seerallndian Agents, .as. of rtj of a whole hemisphere I
in dollars and seventy-one For the Contingencies the: atfny .
and Baltimore Maryland. with a lixty-nine establ bed by law, twentyninebousand thousand dollars. 'For we- cannot conceal 'that they. '
tin ..
ents. hundred dollars. !
five .
view! : to ascertain the practical facilities -I thousand For. the National. Arrnou ricE, Spanish 'Americans have rea !.'
nine, of as
barracks '
For For the pay Sub-Agents 'counsels of a'; fiatioa -
cf those places for naval three hundred and sixty thousand iced of the *

purposes, ten thouaanddollara.For : dollars. stablished: by law, thirteen, thou-, Jollars, nore. 'experienced 'ifrt&e career,of: .

medicines surgical instru- : For the Agency the coast_ of sand five hundred dollars ." t"Qr\be current expenses. of the i dependence. _Descended',a1 O! ifr .. '
meats for receiving the negroes, For presents' Indians, .as a.. :from the ranfcs ot privi. .
and hospital stores, and \f/ica! Ordinance: ,Service, Eiity.ftve thou 'ntirefy *
thousand .
all other expenses on account of roulattoes,' and persons 'of color, horised by act of one sand.dollars. eged castes', or Aroib the militarylassi i ',' : .
the from on board vessel ight hundred and two, fifteen men in'beae -
disUiTgujsfred
the
sick, forty-five;; thousand dolws. Jeliveredf For arsenals,twenty-seven thou- : '
.
icired in the prosecution or the housand' dollars. land seven hundred dollars*' new States have. rat ertpotit p1.. .

For defraying the expenses jlave trade by commanders the I For the contingent expenses For srrearage5priOP to the ,1st ; anienero&is seDtimeniSpban'administrative 1 ,
yealelshirt.two thousand dollar I .
Stales armed imety-five and political
*hich United- hundred : -
may accrue during thesear enacted, That of:July,one th'Otil D'deight
il .
3.-&ufc .
further '
one thousand eight hundredand .\ thousand dollar Sec. apprOpriated, :andflfteei-fifteefl thousanddollars. idea Let them: atudy the projreas .
.illui hereby
That he several States at the .:' '
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JMkitfi&Ocr **** iJi the of'hUL4 ; .
twenty-six, for the followiog Sec.2. hall be paid out of any money *
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purpose : the' several sums hereby appropriated rreatury; not otherwise ,irpproprfted t .FoitarreAT>ge8fromthefinit; of. t tame ti'ixttw, ;aii ihsU'be paid out e>>FI.1Y', money' in ue 'Tbatno'inobeyabpro.jriWed ; >>., : tldi estifclisy promptly regu; '
FCrfreight and : Provided,hnxver, 'oECtbouiand 4ht1iMnddnt1 l$t
transportation sppmpriated'Proi4d' July, :. ; .
not .Qthewaq! ; ahaH'bfe palpV to .anyVcrwDfor fleets '
JH materials and stores' of every '.AaIevetc: That, UC inbney_ ap. p bytlhlsact Ilia.' bmniitiop1 wto: iff in. fifteen* tp..the arsto. r'Jftnaaryr. ,.li1'.finaacc' '.- .- respectable. .. ..*. I.
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organize tffeir constitutions so damages, a.slander uttered 9 by, hd: of Cuba (except ,Havana) joa from th.e' Gcprgia! .line to l lent, to.fix &-day for, tte teriiofl .-

that they may skilfully lea.! a mul-, his loving spau.c.-Poor FeltowI d the Gulf of Mexico, will be Ne\y Smyrna, in the' .r !rttory_.of t of 'the session. '
.. -" ', 'hui1e/.I\UI ignorant and indolent, He had much better have remain., Meet to .'a_ quarantine of five ,Florida," ...'d the bill. "'to"authorize Your Committee find that thHL.
; 'introduc with prudence, liberty ed Mr. Single Terry all his life, ;ays.Th. '. 'the Presidentof'the' United are yet, pending ', before the t.o- t,
It :. of worship, of' opinions d of industry than take a. helpmate .who. will [ coast of Catalonia was I States to run and mark the 4ine | branches pf the Legislature,a Urge
.' ; let}hem form their Cabll- talk away his hard earnings thus., really infested"'by smugglers, pi- dividing the Territory of Florida number of public and private bills

__ do upon the plan and in the spiiit But the tongue is an Unruly mem- ijes, priv .teer., and rebels ; so'ch I from the State of Georgia,') vas schedules of, ,the titles of which "-
fp 1* of the lo-American municipalities ber which no man can tame. so,.that the. King of Spain I read the third time,and passed. are hereto attached. The private
; and provincial assemblies .- d ordered".. out small vessels, of I I Mr. Hayne from the Committeeon i bills brought in to authorize the
(the only real and solid..foundation Y lt"E1.GN. qta 25 to 30 tons burden, carry-i Naval l Affairs, to whom was payment of claims against; the Go.

of free governments) ; awake also .... g each one eight pounder and' referred Jie bill. from the Houseof vernment, yourtoramhtee are of .
.\ reason, which slumbers among t From the National Journal. ):hands, for the. purpose of guarcittie Repreientatives, for the em opinion, ought. all to be decided
'I people accustomed to a state of From Peru.-We learn by the Jj i ; coast.. ployment of an additional naval, before the riling of Congre ,,...*..,
"S pupilage, arid develope peaceablythe brig Polly and Elba,from Cartha- The' Ministeis from Peru, to force," reported the-same without The,common obligations ofi tg.I.ity .
the Panama Messrs. amendment and on consideration between debtor and
of Congress creditor
powerful germs activity; gena, arrived at New-York, that
which certainly are not wanting the Castle of Calluo remained inl I I anuel VWaurre and Panda,.have after some discussion, it was or demand this at our hands as adu.:
I to the countrymen of Mina and of possession of: Rodil, on the 27th of been some t\me at the latter place. I dered to be engrossed for its third ty which we may not rfuse!; to per
the Baron d'ErolIrs, but which December. The plenipotentiaries from Mexico reading. form. Many or the publie bills

too often burst out and are destroyed Cien. Va'er' : of the Colombian have also arrived, and those : Friday March 31. press even with greater urgency
in ahe fire of devouring army in Peru, :arrived: at Panama from Colomb\a\ were on the. way Mr. King from the Committee on the attention of the House._ "

passions.. Intimate couiirtunica- 24th January, with 1500 troo (ps, .jthat! place, it our last accounts; : to which was referred the bill Among others, your Commhrte
tiun \ ith the United States, espe- principally Peruvians. There -jv.' Y. Mercantile Adv crtis re i to confirm the reports of the would refer to those which provide

ci...U) with the States ,of New- were about 5:0Qtruops1t\ Panam& -< South Amf"rita.'Tbe Editor of Comnliss. pncrs for ascertainingclaims for the officers and soldiersof !
England, would be an excellent ,'and more exnff t d. Baltimore Federal Gazette has re- and titles to lands in the Revolution, not provided
source of instruction to the Spanish The United Slated frigate Uni cejived Carthagena papers to the West Florida, and for other purposes for by the existing laws.
r Americans-it is for the eldest ted States was at CHonllos, 20ih 21st February, nd Bogota do. to ," reported it with amend The, bill on the subject of the
daughter of American liberty to December, ; the Peacock i bad sailed the 9th. The Bogota papers n-i en t S. I! prisons and penal law of this District .
be the guide of her younger "is- at Valparaiso( ; the iacr.r. Dolphin !- o-ntuin communications from the Monday, April 3. :. is one in the passage of
terb, and to gain over them the or. a:, cruize. Deputies of the Constituent Congress Mr. King moved that the Senate which, in some shape, the prosperity .
empire of pe JUdsi.-n and friendship ,Pariit'Jan, 25.-It is said tha- f of Peru, who were sent for take up the bill giving the of the District, and the
, :- ;* let her show herself frank, agents have been appointed by the the purpose of offering the thanks right of preemption, in the purchase honor of the government, are equally .
: disinterested, great and generous. government to reside in Mexico, and acknowledgements of the Re- of landb, to Certain settlers involved. The proposi.
: The noble post of being ,at the Peru and Colombia ; but they ire public to that of Colombia, forth in the Territory of Florida. The Lions now before the House, and
head of a new world, is certainly to have no public and atowtd immense services rendered by motion prevailed, and the bill was expected to come before it, oa
well worth the sacrifice of a few 'character. The)' are intended o General Bolivar in the achieve. taken u; for consideration, together the subject of Indian Affairs, are
t, dollars in Duties, and a few bales guard the commercial interests U ouut, of the liberty of Peru.-The with the amendments reported of a magnitude and importancewhich
S. of cotton." I France ; but are not to be callet Deputies, solicit of the Legislature by the Com. on Public Lands demand the immediate
; or known as either consuls or a. ot Colombia permission that Bo- -the amendments were agreed ,earnest attention of Congress.
The following extract from the ; gents. Air.' Martin is mentionedas luvir should remain some time to The bills whether public or pri.
p lhanuscript memoirs an officer ; having been appointed to Mexico \0' goer in Peru, but it is supposed Mr. Chandler moved an amend.ment .. vate, which provide for the set-
p a record s8id to contain a vast M. Chaumctte Desfosses to ttt this will not be acceded to. providing that the township tlement of land claims, in the

number of interesting anecdotes Peru, M. Outroy to Colombia, M. The Panama- Gczctte, of the of"land granted to the Kentucky .States and Territories, on the
r of distinguished officers and men, Bucher Martiguy to Santa Fee,, lh; of December, mentions the I Assylum should be located in one Lakes, the Mississippi, and.. the
known to the public for the laat and M. Laforc-t to Chili. arivttl in that place of Dr. Pedro t entire tract.: On this armndment: Gullor'Iexico ; which propose

: .. twenty years, has been -communicated Paris, Jan. 27.-With whatever Cuai;, Mid General Pedro Briceno p some observations were made by to regulate the process of the
.t to the Baltimore Patriot : pretext they uiaycover the departure } :\tjnuVz, Plenipotentiaries from Mr. Rowan, Mr. Johnson of Ken. Courts of the U. S. in any of those

Decatur.-The first time I had of Vic Admiral Dupi-rre, it F Fcanui' Colombia to the Congress of all I Mr. Eaton Mr. Cobb and Mr. States or Territor: ; to settle
.. the pleasure of seeing this illus- ,:* bt: thai) at the head of six tjti free nations of America now Hayne ; and it was ,earned.Tne the boundaries of any of them ;
4 tri"us man, was in tie West-Ih- fujstts; of the first class, he is assembling Panama.. bill was ordered to be en to introduce new regulations into
dies, during our: diff-rence with simply to take command of' the il l"ny fears were entertained I grossed for a third reading. \ the governments of the Territories

the French: Republic. He was station at the Antilles.! We can; Hal Ire Spanish Squadron, which Tuesday, Afiril 4. ;' to make roads, or give
then a Lieutenant. on board one of \\ell. suppose thl his object is to iiJ.d from Havana under torn "The bill giving- ,the right of preemption aid to the construction of. canals,
_
our Jar est frigates 10 whose" / officers establish relations with the new najuore Labor, .)le. to cruize along in the purchase of lauds, which may anect the agricultural
had been selected from among States of America. Some thai at' Colombian Coast would fall to cenain' settlers in the Territory and commercial prosperity of that

., the most promising in the Navy, he is going to put obstacles say in toe in ,wih and capture the new fri- i Florida ;" was read the third section of the Union, and ennance
:, and were, on the occasion to which w ay of tht: Liberals> of Cuba ; ,others '''ute South America-bui it is time ; and on the question that it the value of the public lands,
: J allude, generally on the quarterdeck thai he is going to act in 1 gratifying; to know that" these apprehensions pass* Mr. Holmes moved to recommit ought to receive the consideration -
: grouped, as is the custom, concen wi'.h the measures of the { are removed by the 'the bill to the Committee and decision of the II usla.
indifferent places, conversing on Spanish goernment.Ve cannot annuncidtion of her safe arrival I at on Public Lands,with inttructions The bills which contemplate the

the various subjects of their pro penetrate the mystery, but we Cbjrt' ajena. las' from Porto Ca- to strike out the sixth section, establishment of a Naval. School ;
frs lu lo. A. y. which that the the introduction of important alterations !
ion. I was intioduccd to ma- think we may say that his insu'uctiors S/itciator. provides township
S ny 01( hf'm-tlu'y were pleasing, have beea seen and lne Hilt$ more 1'atnut of April 4th of land granted to the Kentucky to be organization; and
genteelnit't': : having the charac-d by the Ministers of Mexico approv. cohtuins the follow ng extract of a I letterto Asylurru shall be located in oneentire establishment of the Navy, and in
U merchant in ftaitimore, dated Lon-
terisuc look and air of 52i'or5- and Colombia.T don, Feb.13, 182G : section. Mr. King asked if some branches of the military
but in D..i: 'ur,1 wua eiruuft w itS.S -.... iJt-.tiah Parliament was toe 'Government lias just received a deypvilcli it could not be recommitted to a service, and which look (o importaMt -
peculiarity of manner and app b open,-d on the hrsi of ri-bruary. irom Kussia, Suiting mat they 'lnIJC UOm.jf tner 'Wimir Ilvusr, aud commercial regulations
I compel led ;o'declare war against Turkey being answered the chair be considered and disposed
by thatit ought to
< -i4tcR!, i Icul&ted to rivet tr.e An yirangement, it is said in
*
ee at.d en 'rn'3 the aaf ntlc n. I the L,,":.don i'lobe, has been cn'e.red hoped I ) to pre how vent ever a that re\'ol through of the the army media--it is could not, the motion was put of. These and other subjects .

h-d 'often jucureii; to m silt'the into b ;.vveti :.he 'Bank tlf England tioii (>*' Great Hntuin ana France, the on recommitting it to the Com. on j .of equal interest, ta which
I form and look of a hero-such usmy anil the Govfimneni, b) Port: ;) wid. he induced to acknowledge the Public Lands, and it was carried. your Com.. forbear more pariicalarly -
fa\orie Homer had delineated uuich the tank acandons its monoj.ly ;I ,nucpt* } inleiice ot lirecce, & thus pre'enta :: Wednesday, April 5.Mr. I to allude, form a great mass
: \+'ar. 'I'iusis not general! known ; be King irom the Com. of business which ought to receive .
here: 1 thought it was em. ) of ranking: except in the it on ,
as it ma), things! appear tar from set.
bodied Ori being released from circle of sixty ,f.ilcs r und London. i t tt." Public Lands, to whom wa recommitted the deliberation and decision
'f a kind, of spell, by which foe had A Loud'in pap"T of t hr 24* n a.---- -,. --_---_ the bill givh.g the of Congress, before: the close

I ;. Jivl'; ed my attenTion, I turned to January, says : .'Ths Ambassador : ..'.-" L"v t:'t'.t.U.!..\"\)i.i:' .::J \_k).:'\$IIA.h right of pre-emption the purchase of the present session. But, besides
: the gentleman io whom I was in- of France, and :he Minister: of land, to certain settlers in these, there are others of
I
d< wed for introduction, and oi I the United States, had a ..on'erBce : THJS SENATE. the Territory of Florida, reported great magnitude, which Glaim_our
I : inquired the- character of-Decatur with Mr. Canning; yes 'erdr.)' Tuesday, 28.A March 1826. the same with an amendment ; attention. The estal>h hmel1' ofa
-_ID. inquiry was made of u per- f he same day the honorable! ) Secretary : The President lad :before the which was agreed to, and the bill uniform system of bankruptcy ;
son, in whose$ long experience and of State addressed a letter Senate} a communication from the was ordered to be engrossed for a the proposition which is expected
knowledge of human nature, th<- to the Rl8liian1luister.. .Secretary of the Treasury, trans-. third reading. to come before the House to sub
.,
inward man .seemed to be unfold. Mr- Dawkins is appointed Cot.i- ffmitingthc information requiredby Thursday, APril 6.Mr. scribe stock in the Chesapeake
ed. 4Sirf said he, 'Decatur, ian 'I' t fficer of uncommon charade: .,:Jibh i (;ov rnmrn{. Sir Alexun ihcrSlsi inst. relative to theamount the following resolution : to send ministers to the Con
-of ruie promise-a man cf an :1- r Cockburn, the British Mfihsurto oi! compensaiion, received (by the Revived, That the Com. on the gress at Panama.
age-onr, perhaps not equalled ir Colombia, sails 111 the same in timbers of the Legislative Council Judiciary be instructed to inquireinto Many of the subjects to which
a million !" "t\ man ovei board," vessel with Mr. Dawkins. lie I 'I of Florida. the expediency of providing the Cora have referred, will require -
LS.; Mas now buzzed through the ship will be landed at Carihagena.We f he Senate then took up the bill for the payment of the balances much deliberation! must
*..-" 2d cutters, away-3d cutters have just received the authorizing the re-opening and that remain due to the membersof give occasion to considerable: de
( awdj," were now passed from Mexican paper, Aguiia Mrxtca-: repairing the King's road, from the Convention of West :Florida bate. How much time this will
',t deck to dxck-I observed Decatur na," down to tn- 17ih ult. The ilif' Georgia line to New Sm) rna, ; and of ether unsettled claims occupy, your Cum. think it imps
to spring into the mizen chains- principal; topic in the Mexican in toe territory ol Florida.; The for expenses in said District, which sible to foresee. They can perceive
1 ran to the stern-in a few mojnents capital was the invasion of the Island bill provides- the Government of the United no good reason why the adjournment
saw u youth upheld above l lI of Cuba, by the joint forces That the President of the United States assumed and promised to iI i may not better be fixed
,-. the surging waves, by a buoyart oflrxico and Colombia. A States be, and he is hereby pay. I I ten days than two months beforeit
I and vigorous swimmer : and thus committee of the Mexican SenaLe, au; oriz?d, to cause to' be opened -- is to,take place. The House
sustained, until relieved by tim to whom the subject had! )been referred and, repaired, in the Territory of' i could then form some just edmate
... I boats--life had nearly fled-but had ascertained that the Florida, a public road, known by House of Representatives. of the time that wouid be,necessary -
it was not extinct-it fetut'ned-if ,Executive branch deemed it expedient the name of ihe King's road, from Monday, March 27. to bring the business of
-.. vas the life of one who has since or even indispensable, and thejGeoigia line, by St Augus- Mr. Thompson of Pennsylvania the nation: to a close.Thepropriety "
had celebrity, and lived to see hi& the means of the Union adequate tintyto: New Smyrna. from-a select-committee, made the of fixing a day for
\
preserver the pride and glory of.his to it; and they accordingly reported That tne President be, and he following re ort. the commencement of the next

.. country. to the Senate two Resolution ; i's hereby authorized, to employ The select committee appointed session, prior to the period for,that
It was under suchr circumstances one, that the. Executive should be: the!troops of the United States,p in pursuance of the resolution purposeappointed in the Constitution

: I first saw the generous and authorized to form, in conjunction I stationed, in Florida in such manner of the House of the 9th inst. 'on depends, in ihe oinion of.
.' chivalric Decatur, a man more with the Republic of Colombia, : as he may think proper, in opening 'the subject of fixirig time for the the Committee, on the amount of
unique, more highly endowed, a military expedition, to assist and repairing said road ;; adjournment'of the present session business which may be left unfinished -
than any other I ever knew-to the inhabitants of Cuba to achieve: and for deiraying the expenses Congress, andMor the commencement at the close of the present

d' .whom, perhaps, the country is their independence : the other, thereof, ,the sum of eleven thousand << of the next session.. session. What that may oe, it is.
most indebted for that naval re that in case of success, care dollars is i hereby appropriated. Report, not ;now 'in the power of the Com-
nowu, which it the admiration of should be taken to establish in the I That they have had the subject mittee to ascertain. The Com
.9 the, world-a renown, so associa Island a national representation: That! the additional sum of r referred to them.under their con p mittee are therefore of opinion"
ted with the name of: Decatur, as upon the bases of the public law five thousand dollars be, and the. sideration. That. they have examined that has, inexpedient at present to
to render them indi6 0Iuble. of the new Republics of same is hereby appropriated for
the
America. list of the orders of the .fix .u3n'a day for the,adjournment
-- I"he, Peruvian: deputation ;o the the States completion of the United I day of the House, and"also the Sprinted of the present session. of.Congress,
,-- From the Charleston Courier. Colombian Congress have requested military road from.Pensa. and laid on our tables by r or appoint a time for the com
; I '1" It will be -seen that the Britishgovernment that body to allow President colaj lo St. Augustine, by the con- ,order of the Senate, and they ,have I menccment of the next session,
:, ( has appointed a Com- Bolivar to remain for some time str.ijction of a bridge across the inquired'', to ascertain, if possible, : prior to the'Constitutional. period.
ijntssioner to attend the Congress longer in Peru. The Bogota Editors St. Sebastians river, near, St. Au. what important business is yet be.. Wednetdayi March 29., ;
a\ Pauama. How eloquently protest against this measure. gusjine ; and that the further sum I fore the Committees of the House, : Mr. Owen of Alabama,from the
would: our opposition prints have National Gazette. of sijx thousand dollars be, and the in order that they might be able i Committee on Claims, made an
discoursed against the administration same ii hereby appropriated, for : to form some unfavorable :
Porlugal.-Lhbon papers to the the of i jusrestiroate. the repurt'oh: the petition
.: ",'" ofour country, had the President 4th ul' are received by/the brig purpose completing the time which, may be expected ,to i of -Edmund Doyle.; \which was;
from
Colerain
r' declined the invitation ofour Eliza. Their conentjare not ofa roa4 in Georgia, tc. be occupied in disposing of- such laid on, 'the table. *
Tarapa Bay, in the : ,- ;. ,
Sister Territory of
: Republics to be present interesting matters as.ought to be, determined '
,
very aracter. A Thursday March'SO.
h 4nd ILl ,
the ,1"
; : Ht that assembly, and allowed the royal decree of '25th of Florida ; appropriations before the adjournment takes .
thJ' January A bill from the uthrisingt1ereopenjng --
aforesaid Senate
shaJi be : *
,
; paid out of
European\ governments all toe advantages anymoney place. has '
subjects vessels from New-Or in the .1"his..inquiry: : brought and repail"ing. i
to be derived, om hay leans, MobiJ, and Havana, appropriated Treasury" not' ,otherwise them to the conclusion. ..that it/is:,: the KingV road; 'from the' ..
-
-.. I ing a vofte their deliberations which enter,the ports of Portugal I, The, bill was ordered to 'a third impossible_ to '..foresee,..with. sufficient Georgia, :line_ to New .Smyrna, in
to a quarantine certainty what time: bp.-
of'eighi days ] may i theJCerritory of/Flprida iras read
reaUng.
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A hard ftUc.-Mr. Johff C. Sin Those from Philadelphia, New- l Wednesday March I 29. occupied on some, ,of the ,impor: twice[and committee L :to the'CdnV*
: eb I gleterry of Portage Cpunty, (O,) York. and other ports of the United tant measures now before ,.'the o8.Roada'and1aDals ''
T'te-biIl authorizing, '.' the ,
repairing House -
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and '
\ .. ;.breCeflhIjrbcfamuktcdifl5QO also from the is- I aboutto come,before A I oau'Upiied: r,
b'i1l4'fromheSenatc
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I : ., ;<<,_'" "'', -" .." -.. I. .. 'I -,d \I '".reopening' King'.. .', it| to'render. it:, advisable. ,,* at'irei: !. ,hor.i% tti i41e, l : ,
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the Territory of Florida! of U. Constant &,of Col. coynIryiscqmpletelymetamorphosed hotJ.gbtho -iStftt.e'( of the 10th March, and London pinen ,
.. dividing A. L. Roumfort, formerly of, West point : cry year:from all I parts of the Union, and ,to the 8th of the same month'inclusive. ; .,
State of Georgia, was *Thc depart well satisfied of .
the
the :
injuvtic done
from troops hare been employid ,-. 'The political intelligence by-this ,im- :. ?
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;, cad twice and committed to the The Frigate ConteUaliofl.-\Ve in cutting a road from Tampa character: of the.town;" still the prrjudice val, although much later than before "reCeied ,'

Coin. on public lands. % the following from the Baltimore Gazette copy; o Alachua settlement for the interesting prevails r mstance mentions which the following ,is not of much interest-but the "

friday March ? 1. the only comment we think is, ast four months and h occurred commercial advices continue be of the
necessary ave just a.few days ago, at the funeral of Mrs. most -
:1 Hemphill from the Committee that the Constellation entered this port inUhed. Cromeline. gloomy cast-Upland cottons,which .. .
: Mr. I Ttey cut 150 miles be .
appeared to
in handsome improving theji,st week '
I last. .
style on Sunday '
on 'Hoads and Canals, reported The Harbour efPensacola.We have >uilt five bridges: and3n'ade five 'oC"fhis"enerab1r matron was a native of ia February; had subsequently declined ...

a bill from the Senate, entitled been favored with the following extract .auseways, some nearly a mile. this her town, and. had numbered 93 years, and are quoted at 5 3-4tl to 7 3 4d only
( age was incorrectly stated to be 86 .
on the lUth of&irch.LONDON .
4' an act auMiorising the reoperiing ofa letter fronr ah officer on board the ong, in 110 day, with 100 Tn'en.A in our last.) >H r remains were attendedto March "
and repairing of the King's Frigate Constell -liTTn, dated 4.-The purchases of
' thing almost
unparalleled, the.grave by sia pall bearers one ol Cotton this week,are abou.1 150
road, from the Georgia line to Off the Har of Pensacola,7 }vhen we consider that the road whom was 63, another 70 and the remaining .' at 4 5.8 a '5 3-8 ; h me Jfcrnami bagsSurats -at

New Smyrna, in the. Territory ofFlorida. 13th of Feb. 1 26. 5 was. twenty feet wide, and through four largely.up wards'of 70': all 103-4; and & few Bovreds at 634 A .'
Our is
;
in fine
ship now order and natives Norfolk or the vicinity. And 1 3 .
40.
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without amendment : look's.as well as any ship ever did in the I hick woods nearly all'h war.'' what is also worthy of'remark, five of the GLASGOW '(...' ... _:
Mrch2.--e '
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and the bill uas committed and service.-We are all in good h alth. I 1 I .,. .- six were near neighbors the deceased. limited demand for'cotton this hate' had a.. ... i'-;
week. .
made the order of the day for to.norIOW. fear tbis nevei can be made a large naval :| We deem it our duly apprise So.that: it will be seen, that 1 in.('evity, as Sea Islands 17d"midJ..181.2: fair, stained .

depot. We have been off the bar for : the public of,the necessity ot be well as health, is by.no means uncommon do. 9 to 9 1.4: .p-rd. ; Bowels 6U-2 o'd. ;o IC .
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Saturday. dfiril 1st. i the but last it will four be days useless.endeavoring We have to not get been in ; ing on their guard in receiving in our town. 7 1.2 good fair ; Orleans, 7 3-4 midd. to -t':: ,
9d.
On motion of :\1rVhite, of Florida able to find more than twenty feet six Doubloons and Dollars bearing gooil.harko, Courier. .
From Brazil. Bahia NKW-YIBK .
papers t. January Anril 6) -No* Orleans new ,4. '
it wasJlcaolvfd inchieion the bar, and our ship daws; i thet.ffigy Ferdinand VII, and 23, have been received at Boston. The 12$ a 13&Uptaubinri04 a 12 j Ah- _

That the Committee I 1 twenty-one feet five inches ; we shall in Charles IV, and also such as represent paper of January 19, containsa-decreeof bama a 12&. ; .

on the Post Office and Post Roads all probability leave this to-morrow or 1 the co'at-of-arms of the Republic the Brazilian Emperor, declaring war against G'L&STO!!, ...\pril IjJ -The market -'

fIr instructed to inquire in'o tin: the next day, on a cruize, and return of Mexico ; for a of? the United Provinces, of Rio 1 la ;;.1jd-2* little about the.initlde! or ihe '
gang
here again in the summer. The pilot Plata, dated December 10 week,and
of and also 01 I holders o) U pJadVt"r; i.ot _.
expediency establishing' .a post says we may then get in." une.makersVere arrested yes- long ,manifesto, justifying the proceedings f disposed to take the currency ot the previous .
route from rsacola in Florida, = terelay by the Mayor. in whose of the 'Court of Urazil\towards the i week, and the supplies continuing* -

Mobile in Alabama I C OMM lliMCd 1'1().JV-S. I po:! ) ssession was found a quantity government of La flab, and explaining tube small, an advance of half a cent HHS ;

7uesdayt April 4. J of money in gold and silver the motives of the\ eclar.ttion of war. obtained in several instances. Sales l in :;

The House then resun.td the for the Pensacola- Gazette of the above description, Extract of a letter received iil"Sal'/ dated general! were itt 10 1-2 5o 11 1-2 cents-, .
Mu. HUXT. The
redoubtable
Captainwho 13. and
Rio Janeiro, Jan. -The Emperorbas some parcels were withdrawn alto 'II
consideration! of the fcllovung re pledged his word to eat the COII- which is so ably counterfeited, ordered the line of battle ship to be get her. A further rise would have bvert

solution, uttered by Mr. Mercer, stellation the: first time she should enter as to hoodwink even those prepared to receive Kim with all his established oa the arrival of tilt February "" :

ol Virginia, and whJch was no: the harbour ot 1'ensacola, may now be who are in the habit of dealing family! and suite, on the 3d proximo, news trotn Liverpool on Saturday morning -

disposed! of yesterday : gratified with a breakfast, somewhat pro. i in money, if they use not' particular when he intends embarking on u visit to ; if the Navy bad notappearediti (lieevening' ._
portioned to his own opinion of himself. i>' "
Resolved That the Secretaryof precautions in making it Bahia for a short time. His absenting bringing gloomy account* of the -;:
-- himself at the present period, is consider. lUth March. The market is"now expected ..
the Treasury be directed to sound.-La. Courier. ed unadvl able. We have late to droop to what
A nameless -writer in the Pansacola Ga. I, very no considerably, extentcannot
communicate to this House such zette, presents hi:* compliments to the accounts from the River Plata. We are be said. .I

poriie-n of the proceedings of the (leorgian.He !\ J\aval.-It is slated in the Demorratic I looking witn great anxiety for intelligence 'avanntlhJpril, 12.-The very red'ic-: .

Uni'ed Slates' Commissioners in1L'id4 has ii11 to Icarn that the Constellation Press that Captain i both from Montevideo and Buenos ed prices to winch lioiderj as well of
ever attempted to enter Pensaco- Ayres respecting their hostile move Uplands as Sea Islands:, Had submitted
:, uppuintfd to settle the Jt mes Biddle is appointed to command '
have
induced .
la Bay bdore last Sunday, when she sailed ments. : purchasers to invest m both \
clu' ms 01 Spanish subjects' as re- in without a suspicion of difficulty, and the United States'squadron, lescriptions. !Uplands: nave sold freely ,

laces" to the rights of certain persons now rides at anchor bdore the Barrancas.He abuut to sail for the nroection> : of From.the Baltimore 4nie'z can. at 9 a 11, principally( at 10 a 10 12. ;:

therein named, to the cargoes sincerely wishes: equal facilities to the our commerce off th coast of The Presuient' message on the NEW 1BLEAN9pnl 17.-Ordinary to 'J

of the slave vessels Consiitu Port of Savannah. Brazil. He will sail inthe frigate Panama question, has really left niddhng, ti a 9 cents ; middling to fair; 1
9
a 10 cents ; fair to good f ur, lui a1A f
Louisa and Mi-rino and uynjy :>Jinw MM r rl'arom Aiacvdonian and be .
lion that accompaniedby those who
; oppose that measureno cents! ; good rairto good 11$ a. 121
he also communicate the amountof the JVationatJournal. two sloops of war. ground to stand on. It u so ccuta smes: ; gOO to fine, 13 a 14 a 14i .

the several sums of money, if The discussion: on the aim'nd- 1 We learn, says tin Norfolk full and explicit, and takes such a cents dull. .' -

any -paid to the said claimants ment of the Constitution has oc Bt-acon, that the U. S. hip Gueri > broad and sweeping range of the MOBILE, April 18.-The Market during -
cupied much time and has t he week .past has not been active
txcit :
-
respectively ; the dates oi the r, now lying at the Ifuvy; Yard subject ; explains the necessity, the ;
d far less ir.terest than from the *ales were made at 7 to 10 cents the ;
payments, and the authority under of Gusport, is ordered to be fitted for the policy, and the justice of that beginning ot the week-the latter pricey

which tin'y have been made. magnitude the sutject, migh. immediate service. mission in a light so clear ant choice lots. Yesterday the market'was

The resolution was agreed to. have been anticipated. The ''Tne United States' schooner convincing t we -can almost extremely heavy, at the above quotations. ,

?1 Mercer, of Virginia, dfler speeches generally have been respectable Shark, was cruising off St. J tgodc imaging that we see the members _--- --- -. -"? _..o.jpJJ1P ..- .

rd the following resolution hlChlift' for talent, and some of Cuba oa the 2cl uli. ill well. who opposed this measure, biting
them have been able ; but it has W;
one day upon the table; I their lips with vexation. The

Resolved, That the Secretaryof not untrrquenlly happened that !jVVc learn that' the U. S. Ship message is of itself proof of the -- -

State br directed to lay beftm' the Speakers have addressed avery Macedonian, (not the Gurrrier, value! of our free republican insti PUrl 'ul: reltc,\)\. -

ttiis House copies of the depositions thin house. During the last as' staled on Monday,) now lying tutions. The people know not k- .- .

of Gilbert C. Russell and two days the discussion became at he Navy Yard, oLsport, is only what their government have / ENTERED.April .

FraflcisV.. Armstrong, relativeto more animated, if not more edifying ordered to be titud for immediate .donr, but what tny intend doing. 25th -Scnr. ilomieo, Homer'
by a recurrence to the events :13 days'from Kingston, Jamaica, \VIUI.2 '
the origin of the titles of the service. Norfolk Beacon. The proceedings of .tuc cabinet
tls.! ,lims and Cocoa '
connected with the I a quantity nuts to
claimants and the of the recent .,.
disposal -- are placed before the people, and the laser
caigoes of the slave ships Constitution el rtior.. :t has terminated, as VV'e understand mat the Senate. au invitation >H given \h all the Left at Jamaica on the 11th April, .

Louisa, and Merino. our readcr will perceive in a decisive some time since confirmed the confidence and boldness of honesty bri': ;; Fox, Pennington, for Bath in two I '

Friday April 7. rejtctionof the district nomination of Da-id Deacon to to examine and scrutinize the days: ; brig Hope, iireene, for Wilmington _\

Mr. Whinlesej, of Ohio; from syste, and in the adopiou, by avery be a Captain in (he Navy, a.id of manner in which the, public affairs in four days ; Schr. Elizabeth, Dela' .
no, for New York, and Schr. Curlt.wBlanchard
the Comnmte, on claims, made large majority, of the abs'ract William M Hunter, Jonn D. are administered ; for Norfolk he&t day ; :uned* -

an unfavorable report on the peti- proposition, thAt the Constitution Sloat, and Mathew C Bi-rry, to DeMasitrs In company with Schr. Eliza Ana, lia 0
ought to be so amended, as that Commandant. kei for New York.Arrived'at .
tion of ArthurV.. Thornton ; From the East Florida Herald. #' .
\\'hichtas laid on the table. the choice of President shuuld ; J\T.\ Y. Evening Post. We understand that Col.:' Duin Jamaica. 8h, Schr. Greene, .
net devolve on the House of Representatives. .. Imohon, from "Alexandria ; Schr. News- .
The bill gramiiig the right of \ metl at Tumoko has planted 45
packet,from East River Del. with loss of ,
pre-emption: to certain purchasersof Tne principle of When Commodore Rodgers was at Pa- acres of Sugar Cane, and contemplates foremast j-ichr. Two Sisters fromJl" '

land und! settlers in the Terrilovy this amt'udmenmay be supposedto tras, 7 TurK.un widows, whose husbands making 60 hogsheads of folk and two American Schooners going1in 't't

of Florida, as returned from be approved by all ; and it is had been killed at Corinth, were brought Sugar next fall. Industry and a3 the liouieu came out. ',;1
indeed the doctrine of the existing on hoard theH. Carolina Dy Greek for off the Grand '
will ctTiainly leadto Spoke Canian. brij AnnTravisiroin
the Senate with amendments, was sale; The Commodore generously paid perseverance j
Alor&nt
referred to the Committee on : Constitution, wnich m anile sly -- their raiibom, j gave: them their liberty, independence. If, in the W>3' 28th.-Scar. Amelia Hay, r'or Koitch New-Orleans., New.Or-* 0

Public Lands I.- supposes_ an election_ _by_the and sent liieai to Jjmyrna.JL India islands, the nlanter is well leans. _
_.. House not the best mode ot" effecting ------- .' "
paid for _his crop at $4 per ,wt.is ARRIVED j-'

I -U WJ1! \J@J.1! l3 a choice. The dimcuky, is, Sad Case.-We learn (says the Da- it not ceriain that an average April 23.-Schr. Angelina, Wilson, Ap. ,, ..

-.-- y ....... how otherwise to dispose of the nelL Gazette of the 2 tfih ult.) from Capt.Graidison price of gs .in Florida, gives to it palachicola, with two companies of .the

I a..r..\-I L IHI.\_..\, AiMiL2gtiit_ _1826.terite I case, which arises on the failureof that; the Apothecary Urandi-. superior advantages'over' every 4th Regiment U S. Infahtry, commanded _'

8zn8eur. -a I the people to make choice ofa son nude 'the following proposition to other portion of Let hy Major Donoho. '1
i Alderman Grandison, in behalf of the country. Scur. Elizabeth, Forsyth, Appalachico- .
--i-. tun.Aboil-r-----------------I :3UU t-ales>> have :irnvet-] President at the primary dcction. Prmjer Grandison; viz : That tiie Editor those who are disposed to oe industrious la, with two Companies of the 1st Kegi- -

i\\n\ ueek in Barges, from Munler Creek \Vhether any provision for ot the Darien Gazette, wiio is now i in look to :this certain ment under Capt. Kerr 11

and Big Spring on Choctawhatchie, moitcf that contingency, more free from a starving condition, would print all theOiMiJiances means of acquiring wealth, to wit Schr. Harriet, Maura, Appalachlcola! ;. .
wh.th has been told, .it a slight reduction objection than that which now ex ot Council, &c gratis, on con- the cultivation of the Sugar cane- with two companies of the 4tU HegimenC 0 .-:

from last week's prices.the principal ISIs, can be devised- is a question Oitioh; that be, the said bditor, be exempted under Capt. Wager .4
sales have been made at 9 cts. Some sales from t >-al1on." This proposition 24th-Schr. 'I born, Day: Appalachico* ;
superior lots ha\reached 101 a 11 cts. on which the House has yet takenno |vas made to hs Honor the Mayor in St. Sag de Cuba,--We J have received I la, with one company of the ls t Kegi- (/

Inferior qualities have been rat her heavy ; vote, and intimated no opinion. Council, and rejected, on the plea that from an attentive friend the following i ment, under C*pt (

a Jew small lots have been sold at 7 Individual Sentiments art'Vt" believe the poverty of Uie treasury would not admit extract of a letter from St.J ago, ated the : 25th.-Sclir. Hope, .eilly, AppahchUcola I I

a 8 cts..Superior. if sucu Alderman i 10th March. with of the lit Hegi-
extremely various! ;, and as uny muulguace. one company 'Lt
: "A considerable naval force it is expected .*
.. under 0
his LoOmis. : -ii
Graiiiisoii grounded argument upon anent .Capt
far as our own observation exirnds :
loOk
will be stationed here
COM it.-The May Term of the pover of the Printer who,lie said, I we 26di..-:-U. S. Ship Hornet, Capt. Wood* \-.1
the United States' Superior Court of West ; we deem it prett) certain Wis living on nail parents ; hIs bOys in for it to arrive daily with a reinforcementof house, from Key West. ::
Florida that no one of the proposed knu 1200 troops. This will increase the j
will commence on Monday next; projects rags mniseil in tatter. 'CLEARED.April .
bthgtne first day oi May. will unite so great a number '1 jie ktutor of the Damn Ga.Zette articles consumption in the and provision tend to enhance line." prices 26.-Schr Angelina: 'Vi ionj. !

e friends and supporters, as the I has politely sent us his\ pa Extract of a letter from Havana: dated New-Orleans. ... %'
'J;,i thuuee JJlail..Those interested Ship: Adeline, Richardson, New-Or- '1
are existing provision it& lf.Ve consider peru wnicu he gives an account March 23. .
run-red to the Post Mahler's advertise- eansCtrg-o,20000 feet pine lumber, 5JOO
:
it,_ therefore, highly impro- ,ol a u oddjisfi caught in the A U tain "I observe- great many ridiculous "
niei.t, for the new arrangement of the brick and 10 cords wood by the Master >
J. through the Territory ; via Tullato bable, that any amendment of the! alia nvcr, in me belly ofhicn about reports Cuba.-Now in the United, States'the truth newspapers is. that 27...-Schr,.Elizabeth, Foray,New Or- :

:)eC to bt. Augustine. Constitution, 'in' rrspect to the vas ibund many curious articles.It these tidings are written by persons who leans ; Cargo 13200 bricks by J, Noriega -;;.....:

choice of President, will be proposed should be exhibited in uiUer I II know nothing about the country-they ,.40 bales cotton by M. Crupper and 1 ,. T '
We have been to call the to the Stales I I fund 1 Darien I quarter cask wine by the Master, :,
requested by Congress 10 rai&e a lor tne I are mostly young supercargoes, Ignorant ,
ittentiou<< of our City Authurities to the of the Spanish and therefore unable April 28.-Schr.Hope 'lleilly,New-Or ;
We 'add that the two objects Bank or the City Corporation language .
may 12000 feet l lumber and 50( '
leans, Cargo, j
many: drunken Indians who infest our I to mingle with the natives.
streeis:, and mock decency by exposing of keeping the election from the Yni1i is rcprtrsen.cU a& too, poor Baltimore Gazette. bales cotton by N. 11. Allen ana 38 hides ". ...,
House of and of J. Carp ,
themselves, m a naked condition, in alt Representatives, to fiqy the J'rinters.St. i jy .
parts ol the City. This is an evil certainly choosing the President by a dis- Au us tine Herald. March 24. Schr. THbrrii Campbell New Or .. .
Georgetown, Ky. 53 bales and
(lean Cargo tt n by Stone 0
within the power ofthe officers oi trict vote, appear in the original We learn from gemlemari who Nisbet and 12 Dales cotton by J, Pesca .. .>
police' to correct, and we trust it is only conception to have been parts oi I ,N c\ .York,Jtpnl: After a long interval left Frankfort early yesterday Schr. Revenue,'Tyler, New Orleans. .
r necessary: to mi ntion it to have it 0 '
properly Uie satisfaction to ;
and the failure of one \\ tia\e :: announce ,
one design, of Beau.I .
attciiutxl to. of morning, that the case .
arrival of
tie some our ,
sa e packets
renders the attainment of the other and ttMu learn of the safety of utaera. I champ (the supposed murderer, of : ; :l

J'LflUfla.-As iv e are so far in the still less likely to be effected. .I papers do not 'announce. any po Col. Sharp) was before the Grand S 20, Reward. '' t' '}<;);i

fashion ;.sto have a'touch of this! como -' iiticalcoumi event of great imiortance. rue Jury 'Franklin County, who, it ", ';:"
.plaint ourself we may as well conform rcial advices arc very gloomy ANAWAY.from. Mobile Point, on "' ... "
to Charletton April 14.--We observe was supposed, would find a true ;
it sudiciently to notice its 'liii Dufeeof Wellington had proceeded about the llth.of March
appearance or .
"trl". It invaded our city a few days that seveiaf papers have copied with a spleudid retinue ot&uc carriages bill :against him some time duringthe '- .

\ since, but hai nota umed so formidable from a Luhdon print, some to con jratulate the Emperor Nicholas on day, and he would be put upon 'I ( Ii) A :. .', .01
,
character friends his accession. He arrived at Berlin on $) ... ,
\ as among our at the particulars of a. Spanish regiment .. trial.: ?
r\Ol'lli. We trust that its reign here will em arked at Cadiz, on board ot the 11 h Feb. The be slrort. Hie Liverpool Uero ry.say, "we 6amauihontv 8 inches high,'property of .Capl. D. E. l -1{
: .
-+- the Gucnero: for Cuba, and speak state o t on which we ourseWesplace the Harrison Circuit Court, was, Burch of Pehsacola;; smiles when spoken '' .>.:-' .., '_

Preemption fitghtt.-Wc. refer our reasijtiie of that vessel as having arrived at he greatest reliance, that' urgent on, motion ort: e,..Attorney, for the, to-clothing not recollected.I *'4 .*:' :r 0 .....'5'

.... Congressional Bead for the Havana. This is a mistake. The poiiU. il negotiation, aUld] no t Court eti- Commonwealth, postponed until Theibdvej reward giveri, if.delivered** *: '.

Various jiCjJS taken in relation to the bill Guerrero had ,not arrived at Ha'vana queue, is tnecaietobjtxt of the Duke's the next 'June term., The absence in Mobile Pensacqla or Mobile Point .-. .... ;;
granting the nght ()pre-cniptian to c' r. when the last advices left journey, To prevent thfc general'w.o of wifnesaeswhose.testimony wasthought ,Mobile April 14-9-6t. .; :"'
lall which J\e mai-cti ot Ruaiuu against The Pensacola Gazette will insert' ., ,:
troops '
purclu&crs of lantt _ud tictll h.. in be essential for the OCj :
to .
}l'ru.1.\-the situation of this bill at the there.-Mercury.Mwbcrn i'urke mtgut; lead, tie 11 euapowercd to ;h6 above 6 times, and send the account, ,-- .'f,, .-r 'b,."
bbhlneswas tuatit has been passed in -- oiler t ur co-operation i>r effectingtheimmed : Commonwealth, ,was the ground totbis. office. % .. ': :"

the: :bciute' ,with amendments, and. sent Jlfarch 18.-The rapidity ate and complete independence '*f the postponement. : : .. ; ,,..
:4
!o the House U t Kepreseiitativcs:: ; where, with'which the wilderness ol Ure ce." Mrs,SharpreIict; of the late, Col. rl'\lLIA\lASS\ ? : -
It i'Uttinto accounts from Sbruary. Petersburg are .
: WAS Mcrrcd'on tae 7th ult.to the com- under S.P..Sharp haacdresse4! to the '
uf improves ?
our \.RRANtiEMEYT > :
coun'ry wasiaidturhundredulliceri ; .
Jnlttcc j ; It MAIL .. ,
I'UDiiCLaiitts. We medium oftheFrankf6rt' : ,
know not
of our ,political public through the ?t.
we nature ol uie& :atmndments to the Mil, the mild influence diaimction would be o demn- ...Difeevery'etherbfld7at6 1:'...M.t...: ; :I"j 4 ',
uta sooHaiwe hiieJt in our institutions, is truly wonderful. : !, ed tu ti:ath.. 'r lt: rel4 pf iViiii' Kucuel Argus a communication .Close* he. foltowiflg"Tuesday; at .- .L.;: .. :-,;"

V ; I "''e will lay it clore our reader power in exv and is, perhaps,as.stronjjljr .exhibited beciiei bad jusl taken pll.cc.in,W aLnIaW. :in ,indica\i' w. of the, .... character o'cldckP/M.; 0 : 'J . 'r-\<::., ...0.:. 'h-i'J
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teJ ,.. to the? Florldas as in, ,any other -. - ." : : t '' of-l Her. de.cea- t husblno. ..... %.r. ,; 'V.BasellIIunt, .... '..... .'

1I f V quarter. The'wilderness, is, .. The Norfolk.Herald, 'spejkimj i of e'healthi ,: .' ;.r.. ii.'...... I <0 .. .r- ,P.,,' iitr4 ... ,, !
.. I We i.nave received in "'to bfa of '.obsertes' that. an 'Prices o1-cJub) .' 3 ; 'APri1'25bl: -+ 3t .pl ,
. E Pb a prospectus pam indeed, there beginning ies* Norfolk, .- d ... .
et furll' qt 'anotber.Alilitary School, like the roW We hare be- fortihate .prejudice i e ifil Jly: W*$, The ii( !>:i. 1P ;'. T'frSatUNaf 'N07K.-. N'cxt-r'Tpe1Jj May"at 61!' .. .4".
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) and' Miutary'Lyceum," ,which'haL fore us a'letter'-fr9m : to'tuc. l Aitliinesa. of brini : 'lof it c4y uiu1cr. Ui.It1OT. t. if. J'. .
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: THE REFORMER. Warehouse at St. Marks. \ FOB SALE.'' '1 A,' ,NOTIfcB.A : '" Pehsacda Boole; Stoty, ''J

IinHE. design of this work is to expose j HTBHE; ] subscriber\ Executor of the last : fI intention Immediately to in. ..... l
the cleric schemes and pompous nftHE subscriber has lately erected near 7LIC will and Testament Francisco I white &slri'in the 'Superior Court I received per Brig St.Clair

,. undertakings of the present day, under JL the landing at St. Marks, a commodious ,Tousrd, late oT ensacola deceased, oSets of-the Western District of Fl tida,..to beheld i j JUST fpm New Yotk, and for uLTk.abovean : I AL qi

pretence of promoting religion, and"to and secure WAREHOUSE, 'where, .for sale the following property, belong at Pensacola on the first Monday of additi n l aasort ntofJJoo )

IWOW that they are irreconcilable wifh he Is prepared to receive goods, either :ing to the Estate oftqe said dedeased: viz May next,on & 'certain, mortgage bearing I i!among which are the following -

the spirit and prin iplel.of the Gospel. on. Storage Commission. The undivided half of a Tract of Land, date the 28th day of Januar 1824, given t

The great Missionary operations which Wm. Wright.St containing by Vte. Sebastian Pintado, by his Attorney NEW WORKS.

.;. ,commenced some years since, and the Marks, Dec. 20th, 1826.-27-tf.Storage in fact John de la Rua,to Henry Michel -
numerous Theological Seminaries which 4 [ Im t, for securing the payment of two I Rothelan, a Romaace of the English Hit
)
I hare been erected, and are still erecting at SU J'.l.o'rKs 9 thousand dollars principal,with the interest -I tones, .
,in every part of our country, have been Situated North East of Bayou' de la I due thereon : the property bound by I j Stanhope's Letters on Greece, in 1823

only an injury to true religion, and have milE subscribers, having erected a Trucha, on.the bay of San Mary de Gal-I said Mortgage is, one tract of land on the I I and 1824,with Documents the Greek
tended to exalt an order of men to a 41 and commodious WAREHOUSE Escambia River containing 2281$ arpens Revolution, and the life of Mwtaph&
large vez, about twenty one miles fromMhe_ I
height not warranted by the New Testa. and WHARF at St, Marks, will Pensacola and -one tract on the Escambia River containing Ali, .
| : a
: rnent. Their numbers and influence are receive goods on consignment, for'storage City.. xHOUSE I 5000 arpens-one tract on thetBay I Buchanan's Sketches of the North Ame.

) rabidly extending throughout all parts .or sale on commission. Their 'charges of Pensacola containing 2180 arpens rican Indians,with a plan for their n
of the community, and threaten the destruction :. will be moderate-such as are customary, & LOT i tone lot on the Public square opposite liorat;on, t"

1 i; ': of our civil and religious liberties and the strictest attention will be paid to I I theSeville Square, also the Lots on the Theodoric, a Tale, and other Poems by

jfiy means, either direct or indirect, the receiving and delivery of any goods II I Public Square numbered. 11, 14, 13, 15, Thomas Campbell,
in 'the City of Pensacola, fronting on
, I
they are steadily advanting their cause consigned. 16 and 18. The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipt
L and their ascendancy over the minds of N. B. A large assortment of Groceries Alcainz Street, said lot containing 52 feet for Plain Cookery, &c. &c. &c.
front 80 feet and known in the John Lee Williams
deep
1. the people : and at no distant period :and Provisions always kept on hand, for by Biography of the British Stage,being the
Planet the City number 112.
should their influence continue to in I sale on moderate terms for cash, Jttt'vfor Mortgagee. Lives of the principal Actors and AC
The above will be sold on ,
crease, scarcely an individual will be John & Nath. Hamlen. property i Pensacola 28th Feb.1826-1-2am4m. tresses,
credit-one halt of the purchase
found incur the hazard of money
willing to opti \ The.History of Matthew aid
by the
.
of their schemes. The Reference, to be paid in one year and the remainderin
posing any per. author Valerius, &c.IJallam's *
.nicious effects of cerical: domination in Messrs. Hyde and Merrett, two year?, Payments to be secured View
\ this country may be inferred from the New Orleans.St. ,by notes, wiith a mortgage on the pre NOT1'CE.NoalilLAllen Middle of Europe, during t&&
Marks March 1st 1826-2-4t. mises. V. Ages,
history of other countries, and ought early The Spanish Daughter,

k to be guarded against. There are aU Dcsiderio Quina. ,. } \ The Human Heart,

4J _, ready few who have sufficient firmness to IN otice io Hereby Given, Pensacola 17th March 1826-3tf. Haturin'V Simon ,)> Attachment The Highlanders, a Tale,
these before the in ,
r present men public at the next Term of the Hon. 1 Scenes in Europe, Scenes in'Amenca:
1 N this attachment ,
and hence case an has.been issued
their true colors the THAT -
1I ; prospectof County Court, I will present the Ueerskius and Beeswax. JL The Blank Book ofa small Colleger,
and suit instituted
their and our is a in the Superior -
t success, danger, great.
increased. accounts and vouchersand apply for a final Court of the Western District of Flo'> Living Plays, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8tb, 9tl!
I. b Jy settlement of the Estate of Isaac THE highest market price will be giv- rida. and 10th volumes,
From these considerations and to .
ex Levis, deceased. in Cash, for Deerakinsand Beeswax ,
',I pose the corrupt, pompous, and fashionable by Noah H. Allen TOGETHER WITH
,'t religion inculcated and supported Sebastian Barrios, .Tohn .' Paley Works Complete, in 5 vols.
I [ by this pensioned order of men, theRe- Administrator. Jerrison, jr. by his Attorney., Rollins Ancient History, 8 vols.

I' _' fDrr.2__ '.__,'. wag___ rnmni______*__nr.pd._____ Thp_ n_ extended--------- I ._.e' ___ I---- Pensacola March,15th 1826.36t.NO'rlCE Plutarch's s, 8 vols.
I circulation ofthe xrork among the reflecting DAVID C. PINKHAM NOTICE. \ Josephus's'Works, 6vols. .
t and better part of the community, has Hamilton on Purgatives, '

A, Com inced the Editor that his views on Counsellor at Law. Mary V.Barron ) Armstrong on 'Typhus Fever,

these subjects are not peculiar; and that fixed'his residence at Pensa- 8. > Attachment. Miner and Tully on Fevers,

""S the publication may be more generally HAVING) practice law, in the courts, ,John \V. Devcraux jNthiscase John de la Rua, Orfil&'a Practical Chemistry, by Coxe,

LP known, and consequently be more useful, of E8cambiaVatton, Jackson, Gadsden ; suit has been commencedby vs.The Powel on Contracts,
l he has been induced to present some notice and Leon Counties, and also at Mobile.He 1 attachment on one half Jot No. 190 heirs of Turner Morse's New Gazetteer,

of it in a more public way than was may be found at his office next doorbelow and lot 70, Vhich attachment is returnable Stark the heirs of Walker's Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket

: first done. Being neither under the the Post Office.JAMES to the Superior Court at the May C oLJ'os.Phiips, It.IN PARTITION. Milton's Works, 2 vols. gilt, ". I

jurisdiction influence of any particular Term. K. Call,James Rant- Thompson's Seasons, 1 vol. gilt

sect,the Reformer will not :be made CORNELL.Late A Gordon. age, and all others Beauties of Shakespeare, do. '.
an instrument advancing the views or concerned. Campbell's Poems, do. t'

interests of any, but will rebuke evils Editor of If The Port." GibBon Correspondent Attorney for Plaintiff '/ flHE above named John de la Rua will Hervey'ff Meditations, do. ..

whenever met with, and pursue the line Pensacola March, 24 1826.-4-.6t. 41 apply at the next term of the Superior ]Pilgrims' Progress, do.
'. .of truth marked out by the precepts of PRESENTS to the citizens of Natchez Court, for the District of West Florida Pope's Works, 2 vols. do.


Divine Revelation, regardless of the of Mississippi, under I ] to be holden at Pensacola, on the first Lights & Shadows of Scottish Life, do. '

frowns or the censures of those, who, the influence of such feelings, as should ltiODS, Monday of May next, for partition of a certain \
from interest, prejudice, or caprice, may appertain to an individual, seeking the tract of land, lying and ALSO,
Amos Palmer being to the
become its advancement of his own interest, and RECEIVED per BrAg The Sorrows of Werter; Vocal Standard.
opposcrs. east of Texar
Bayou in Escambia
Vork and Harriet from County
Terms &c. usefulness to the community, proposals Ito j containing four hundred Life Franklin, Paul and Virginia,
publish in the city Natchez, a weekly Orleans, arpentsmoreor William Tell, Gulliver's Travels
A &c.& .
:
less, commonly known the
of
V I The Reformer is"ublished in periodical paper, to be called, Thirty eight Cases and Sales Dry Goods, Gonzales tract-one undivided by name WHICH,
thirty.
nu'nbersofsixteen i
octavo the
pages, THE suited the season, comprising, together with the
sixth part whereof owned and stock heretofore'
first of each month, atone Dollar a year, possessed on
payable in advance. The sixth is JTatchez* News-"p\\"pe Super Cambric Prints, tn fee simple by the said John de la hand, composes very extensive and general
year
Common: do. do. Rua one haffpa: of the whole assortment of books and will be
flow crimplfted, and the seventh com Jlnd Public Advertiser ; by the
.. French Callicoes, said heirs of Turner Stark twelve sold at the New-York prices for cash....
tnt'llceJJanuar.y 1326. Some copies may Upon an Imperial sheet, with new materials ; thirty
.q. yet be had from the beginning of the of the first quality the same price Cambnccs, Jackonet, Lawn, sixths by the said heirs of Jos. Philips Country Merchants and public or private

work, but persons are at liberty to commence and under similar: regulations with other Bombazette, assorted colours, four thirty sixths by the said R. K. Call Libraries furnished on the most liberal

at any period, and withdraw their mperial papers published in the State. Hosiery, elegant worked robes, and one thirty sixth by the said James terms, and such books as are ordered and

subscriptions whenever notice U given The materials will probably arrive about i Lace ball dresses, Ramage as tenants in common-and this are not on hand, will be procured with as-.
i Brown & bleached shirting&sheeting notice is given to all concerned in the little delay as possible. Orders from
and arrearages are paid. Orders from a. the last of next month, and the first: number aforesaid a
ny pan of the U Ilian, od Paid, enclosing will appear immediately thereafter Superfine do. do. tract of land, pursuant to an ac distance will be as promptly attended to

.I the amount of subscription, and directedto J. C. has no enemies, and will not de. Plaids, Stripes, Indigo and furniture to provide for the partition of lands in and meet with the same liberality as *....
checks, shirting, ticking &c. &c. "
T. R. Gates, 290 North Third Street, serve any. He hasTriends,and will serve this Territory. personal application.
Philadelphia, will be attended to without them, when it can be done without a sacrifice 12 boxes boots & shoes, fine &. coarse, Jn. de la Rua. W. Haseli Hunt
and
2 trunks Ladies' silk, Mohair, Mo-
delay. of propriety. lie knows no party April 12th, 1825.
roccoshoes Pensacola Feb. 3 ,
1826498w.
I if there be he does .
Those who
procure ten subscribersand ; one, not belongto e --- 1
j crates&5 hhds. china and
become responsible for the amount of it. He invests his all in this attempt, glass ware, crockery, Staxr of thfc South.
their shall be entitled and will with cheerfulness, succeed .
subscriptions, too or
fail, as he shall deserve. 4 cases 2 trunks asso rted Saddlery, BONJfETTS.RS. A S it is now intended to commence
copy gratis. 10 cases super,fine, com'n & wool hats ....f-i. the publication of the Star Of the
He had commenced considerable
Theopbilus B,. Gates. forth of his a 2 trunks fine cutlery, PENDLETON, respectfully South, on the first Saturday of May near
setting republican principles
Fhilhdeiphu, Jan. 10, 1826. of his determination to be indefatigable; 2 cases 2 trunks ready made clothing, i informs the Ladies cf Pensacolaand all thosepersons who have, or intend to

(aJ Editors of papers who will give I ami zealous of hill devotion to the 5 pipes old Cog. Brandy, vicinity, that she will dress and repair subscribe for it, are desired to send their
this advertisement few inserti! ; pub- 1 one & pipe old Madeira wine Bonnetts. She'will also free of
.' ns, and lic weal, with ali the ET CETE- pipe extract any names ( postage) to Milledgeville,
customary
: forward a paper containing it to the ./?*- RiB of an editorial DEBUT, but has erased 100 sacks ground salt stains which may be made with iron rust Georg, by that time directed to the

E Jormei; Philadelphia, shall receive the the whole,and means the same,and: more 4 tons iron, assorted sizes, or mildew, and if requisite will dye them : Editor of the Star ofth South._

( thanks of the Editor,and the numbers for by saying WILL DO MY DUTY" 4 bundles steel, a very elegant black, which will be dura Although a full prospectus this pub.
3 casks hoes, ble. lication has been
in
Oneyear. Natchez, February 13, 18. printed number of
T.R.G. I I 13 qr. nests fresh tea,assorted, Pensacola, April 7th, 1826-6-3t. newspapers in the States of Georgia,
p I- 2 boxes mustard South Carolina
and Alabama, and a number -
c United States of America, United States : America, 1 box Cayenne pepper, List o1 Ltts of subscribers obtained-yet it may
5 hhds, 'rleans new c not be amiss to
District of West Florida ssWHEREAS District of West Florida ss. sugar op again give the characterand
20 bbU. ireah flour, terms of the
a libel hath been filed WHEREAS a Libel hath been filed 20 bags Havana green coffee. REMAINING in the Post, Office at The Star of the paper.South will be devoted .
]
: Court'of the United I on the 31st day of March
Court of the
States for 'N. Florida!the 4th Oct. Mates for Wesr Florida United ALSO IN STORE, 1826, which, if not taken out within three to the illustration and defence of the
the 12th
1825 against six half pipes of wine, commonly of April), 1826, against a ,certain on schooner day I 45 70 ps. Scnich Kentucky bagging do. I months, will be forwarded to the General interesting ness and eternal doctrine happiness of the Universal.of the souls h9li- ,
called Red ps. Post Office as dead letters.
wine, stating, that ; I
called the General McDonald, her ackle, I 12 of all the human and the
ps.Tow do. A.-James family- Unity of
George Collector .and Barkley Esqr.of acting the Deputy apparel and cargo, stating, that John II. I 70 coils bale rcpe, ton. Alderdice, Gasden C. Ash God, by a society of Believers on "Christ
of
Inspector Port Sawyer, Richard Bennet,John Appleman, the Lord."
Pensacola bath seized the said six half George Eldrige, John Parker and John '250 pounds bailing twine 13.-Celestine Raldcras, James; C.Boughzii I -

pipes of wine as forfeited to the United A Sawyer, the Libellants! inhabitants of 2 tons assorted castings, 2,Wm. J. Belt 3, Simon Bryan, Tf.RMS.

.-, States, for that on the 24th day of May the Territory of Florida did, about the 15 boxes old caret,, James Bogman 2, James Brewster, Sam The Star of the South will be printed
in the of 4 boxes old (port, Diddle 2 Robert L. on good ,and with
year our Lord one thousand middle March, 1826, observe a vessel to Browning, John paper fair.type every
,r eight hundred and twenty five, the said strike and ground on a shoal near 30 bbls. whiskey, Barrow. other Saturday, at 8 1 50 per annum
six half pipes of wine were attempted to that 10 Wood's patent ploughs, C-Charles H. Caldwell 2, James R. payable on the receipt of the first num
they
be landed tram the chooner Caravan her relief Key and discovered immediately her to went be the to 20 kegs gruund paints, assorted colours, .: Childs 2, Doct. Peter Christie 2, Mary ber, to the Editor at Milledgeviile. Georgia

at that time lying i inane haroor of Pensa- aforesaid schooner General McDonold 75 kegs tar, Collins 2, Alexander Clendinen 2, J. B. whose name will appear-or g2 in

cola, which said SchW&er ur j laded with Captain William Frazier, of Sides soal leather Cazenuve: ,,A. Clark, Lawrence F. Carter, three months thereafter. .

L '. goods, wares or merchandize not the burthen, bound from Philadelphia to Pen.tons Sides upper do.Calves' -Cenj. Clements, James, Colville, William It will be folded and stitched in a 12 mot

growth of the United States,and the said L sacola, with dry goods and groceries.con- Skins, Campbell, Arthur Callis,Isaac N. Coxe, form, of 12 pages in ach number or
wine was attempted to be landed, with. signed to Furguson H. Nisbet: and John 8 bbls loafand l lump sugar Cremiah Clark Ezekiel Cobbs. more-but will be increased in,the number

out having complied with the provisions Jcrnson jr. that these Hbeilants proceeded 30 baskets sweet oil, D.-J. O. Deverin, Thomas Dclphy, of pages, in proportion as the num
the ninth 25 boxes assorted window glass N Dean.E. ber subscribers
required by thirty and forty to unlade a part of the of the said .Erany may increase.
fifth sections of the revenue laws of the schooner into three cargo smacks 45 kegs cut nails, .-Enoch H. Everett. It is hoped that the publishers will be

United States, in such case made and I I they, together with fishing about nfty or ;sixty mat qr. casks Madeira Tenerifie and". Ma- F,-Samuel Fry, Antonio Fernandez. believed, when they state that their ob.
.i the I laga wine, for sale by 4 G.-Arch'd M.Green jectis not to collect
: provided whereby same became others, were employed a part of two days, Augustin Greek: funds, but to disseminate
forfeted; to the_ United States and Stone & Nisbet. Marten Gorden James what
praying. that they at last succeeded in getting her Gayton, Joab they believe to be highly
the usual process of the Court, that all I off that they then fished for her anchor December lOtb, 1825. Gaines. i interesting information to their fellovr

persons' interested in the said six half which had been lost,that they succeeded _J_ H.- Joseph W. Hall 2,W.Haseli Hunt, : creatures ; and to secure which, they

pipes of A.wine' may be. cited to. appear.. and I j in obtaining it, and that for their services. ...T I'll.my_..... Henry r.. _._ _Holtslander_....... _,_Mr._. .Hughs, Edward L solicit. communications u from_ men of genius -
'I 4 answer 10 me premises ana an due proceedings the said Captain William Frazier agreedto 1>U- LJ.UJUU i 11lCKeyrleaiant M. iiuie.L generally -and for this purpose,the
be had,.th.t the same be -Edward Ingram. Star will sustain such that intended
. may pay these said libellant the sum of two fiT is my intention immediately to insti. may be
b condemned and forfeited to the use of the thousand and five hundred dollars; but l tute a suit, in the Superior Court of J.-Joseph R. Jarvis 2, Alonzo Jackson to dispute its general doctriue ; but

United States, according to the form of having no money to pay the said salvage, the Western District of Florida, to De Dennis Jones, Elisha Jones, Stephen the right animadversion must alwaysbe

.,. the statute in such case made and provi. he requested the said salvors to send an held at Pensacola on the first Monday of Johnston 2.K.Wni.. allowed to the Editor, but which will _

;.1 ded. agent to Pensacola! with him, to receivethe May next,on a certain Mortgage, bearing M. Kaig JohnKellar. be exercised in the spirit of candor, and

Therefore, in pursuance of the mom money, which they did ; but having date 15lh September 1821, given by L.-Doct. Tho. Lawson, G. Loomis, with the politeness of gentlemen-, tender

.1. I tiot under the seal of the said Court to arrived at Pensacola, he now refuses to Charles Beeler to Charles Ivy, for securing Isaac Lockhart, Lodge No. 17, Wm. K. ness of Christians, consideration of philo

.. me directed and delivered, I do hereby pay the said salvage. the payment of.664.dollars principal Latimer, W. A. Lacy, John P. Lockey, sophers, and a love of brother whom it

:. Give a i\otke, Therefore, in obedience to the above with the interest due thereon The land James B. Lardner, Charles T. Loxley, J. is believed all mankind are.

#-. libel, and the order and monition of the bound by said Mortgage consists of 320 Wentworth Larkin,Fras. Lasselle. Editors of papers in the Southernand
to all and singular every person or persons Court theron, under the hand and seal arpens, situate on the North western side M.-Jos, L, Moorehead 2, EdwinW Western Stages: who are friendly to thar

interested in the said six half pipes thereof to me directed and delivered,1 do of the mouth of Escambia Hirer, on a part Moore, Amos Moore Peater Mullan, R liberty of the mind, and free investig I
L of vine, thAt they appear before the : which the town of Beelersville is laid ,McKennon, Enos McCoy, John McDonaid 1 tion, will pleas insert the above,as oftea
Court aforesaid;at the Court House in th I Hereby Give Notice, out. I .' J. .McCampbei Geu. A. McCall- as they may think proper:
City of Pensacola on the first Monday of all and Margaret McRae.
to singular, .
every person or persons John Lee Williams Fide and Amore.
1826 then and there I
Way, to
interpose a interested in the said schooner her N.-F. Norcom.
claim for the same and 'to make their aloj' tackle and Attorney for Mortgagee P.-D. C. Pinkham John -
; apparel cargo, that they appear Parker. J. S. 2O.IUARDT fm
r in this behalf. .
legations Pensacola, 3d Dec 1825-41-2am4m.
\ : : I. before the Court aforesaid, at th/e/ Paine, George Pendleton, BobL Potten-
< 4. BenJamIn Wyman, CourtHouse in Pensacola, at the next ger. tfNAWAY on the 23d March last I. "

..' Deputy Marshal,f rWm. term thereof then and there to interpose NOTICE. R.-J. O. Rawlings, Daniel Le Roy & ,negro man named -
: Sebree their claim for the same, and to make Co.4.S.James. -

.. I' JManhai their allegations in this behalf.William 4Lt persons are hereby Notified tha t F. SchenkS, J. Street, N. '

Pene&cola 1826.--6--3t. W. F. Sebree. i I will apply: at the next term ot H. Street, N. Shackelford, George W. .- Ji1! rmlVI '
.
April
.
:''. -..-w the Superior Court for the Western District Smith, William Smith,Joseph Symonds, -
NOTICE. Marshal. P. Florida,'to Ve holden on the first Jessce Stroud, Andrew Simpson. l6donging English.
I Pensacola,>pril 13th, 182673t.A. Monday of May next, for partition of two T.-F. A.Thornton a James Thayer I to Thomas yearaof
i Andrew is about Thirty
:
1 LETTERS of Administration on the tracts of,Land lying near the City'of Pensacola 2, Luk Townly, Richard Ticc. I of made, and speakS: ;
ageslim
i. Col. John Miller,deceased GORDON one Xncluditg Galvez spring and V.-Orcar Vigneaud.W. .
bra negro.
well of yellow complexion '
been the subscriber & a i
% having granted by the other house '-John 1'
inchdingthe Warfield 3
large erect-
Melanthon '
:
**** The above reward will be paid by !PP'b'endinF !
*. the Count Court for,the County of Es Attorney& Counsellor Law ed by Col., Wm. Jtihg,, each containing _T..Woobey Lewis.Warrington 2, Wm. ; said on ica.tiOO
bia-.II persons Laving demands,against 800 arpens. Which said tracts of land ac' C. Whittle, Edward Worthington; Neil negro, app Biuff Alabams J
ijASresumed the Tli Choctaw -
practice ofJis nasEnglisb;
I said estate are requested to present pro4m owned by me in fee.J1mple, as tenant in Wilkinson, Charles Wayne Charles Wilson. "* \
fesskm in
the several Courts West to .
; the same immediately and! those inaebtedrc with ,the heirs and or .
:it m I'. ". desired to make payment to Jllori'da. '.Any,business confided to him, common lives of said Eng| deceased. represent .Y.- Elizabeth Young'. Michel. Yeager. Jos. Oi -& ;O. O."Eeyser.Ptnsacola .' '.

: ) t--' W. Haseli Hunt will receive his prompt ana careful atten: ,A1tflur' P. Hayne ,.AprillS,'if&5-T.tf.PB1NTINR '
tion. BVraay be consulted at, his. office .f :\f. nas ll'Hunt, ;

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