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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: June 10, 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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,I -- PtTBixson rrxmr SATTTRDAT,, his decision. Bat delay was as warded justice-tor the rapscion to the Clij New'Orleans is the, t. ReiOke Test this Ktcsdshall .
I HUNT ill suited to the baron's necessities Slabata and the vindictive wife ..ofOtto. State of Louisiana, } to '}>e eighty consist of the'portion of the
BY W. HASBLL .as the lady's impatience. The .=-In a few momoats was feet wide and designated by mark revenue of each ear ,vhich shall
Bon EDIT &Awn Pkopatrrou ; revolutionary movements in Bohemia heard aa explosion: beyond '(description ed trees* stakes, or other conspicuous remain not otherwise<< appropriated -
p.fIM Law.of tAu United State seemed to have conferred terrible; the walls of the monuments., at the.,distance after providing for'the civil,
SV..catrnOllYear and f the Ter-a"ill oJ Fl'fnda.5 personal privileges oh individual castle were lifted from their foundation of every quarter of a Wiile and at diplomatic'and miscellaneous the
Half year 3 men. Instead therefore, of sub ,in & Single instant obe of every angle of deviation from a military and naval'axpeBseVof the
Quarter year 1 50 mitting his claims to a chancellor, its wings was levelled to the earth straight line-and the said com.inil.ioller year ; the.annual sinking.fund often
Single paper twelve and an half cents. who might be swayed by interest and with the exception of five or b shall'cause' to be m'aand millions of dollars for the ex*
Subscriptions>> payable in advance. or" prejudice, Otto, like a true six favoured individuals who almost ,delivered, to the Presides of tinguishmentoftHe' public debt;'
AnvxuTisijreEvery the width of ohe column advertisementof and measuring knight, ,took his cause into hi I miraculously escaped tobies the United' States. an accurate ,and after deducting from the sett
not more than twelve lines of this type, own hands ; and* having collecteda i peasants, vassals, children, .plan of said Road so laid out b y !revenue of the current. and the unexpended '
first insertion one dollar.each weekly continuance sufficient force of armed men, horses, were involved in one fate, them a* aforesaid* with a written balance of the prated
fifty cents; longer and wider i proceeded to the tastle, compelled and, above all, the lady and the ;report of their proceedings, de- ing year" =-i"=dollars,for unfore* '
ones at the same rate. Rule and insertion.figure 1 admission, .vi armit, and dislodged baron, who had been the. primary scribing therefore State lines seen contillit=lIciel. 4 '
work Advertisements, double price will for be the tastefully first display.I i its former occupants.The cause of the catastrophe. I crossed, and the marks, monuments 3. Resolved That; to aid the
ed, according to the nature of them, and, Jiscomfitted Slabata lost no No i sooner was the news received courses afid distances, by judgment of Congress in the selection
,. trill be measured by matter of this size time in stating his grievance to at Prague. than the wretched which the said road shall be designated of fit objects for InternalImprovement -
type. When inserted at intervals; (that the directors: who summoned: Otto was released from the tower ; describing ,also the watercourses and ,to secure, ia I
to'. is,not inserted every week,from the first Warten burg .*to answer for the apparently at liberty to take and the nature and quality due time, a just regard for all, a
each insertion will :
the last insertion
to ) advertisement.- Instead of obeying the possession of the melancholy ruins of the ground over which the system be devised for the collets .
be charged as a new ,
Amounts for advertising payable always fi'citation that nobleman employed'. *,but though audacious, he was lame shall be laid out'; and shall tion of appropriate information ;
"' d'u.F .:... himself arming his wife's vassals not, obdurate ; and so overwhelming further divide the said road into and application of the fund,which -
with thOle&A" who"it,.&'&tI-Brill.be made who) either touched by her were the impressions of horror sections of not jnere than tea or shall embrace the following -regulation
feu.o by the ufferinps or captivated by hrrbU'JaDa8 and grief, ,which this 'catastrophe less,tfeah five miles long and give i !, together with such other
::;*All communications id the Editor UnlrTl promised to produced on his frame that he 'an estimate of the expense of-making as Congress may_hereafter. super-
nutt 6.poi paid, or they will be attendedto stand or fall by theiV .-.u, lord survived not many days bU miserable .s-nsaf,4wiL; me necessary aua z -:. -
or not,as suits his convenience: Ill fitted to contend with this-i j- consort. Such was the state bridges-on each section thereof '1. That the number of the United
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.-::= J". trepid foe, the base Slabata had of Society in Bohemia, that this '--which',1'e'P ort the President is States' engineers augment
MISCELLJ1HY., no t resource but to restate his tale tremendous outrage was perpetrated hereby authorized 10 accept or reject ed, and\ arranged in two distract
From the Lyn .r.land- Patriot. to the chancellor, and tamely to in a castle but ten' miles distant in the whole or in part ; if he corps, to be, denominated, re*
The Heroic Female. endure affronts, until the electionof >. om the gars or Prague 'accepts ha is further authorizedto spectiveiy, the corps, of military;
I take and effectual and the corps'of civil Engineers :,
Previous to the election of.Fre:, anew monarch had reestablished -- prompt measures
derick, as king of Bohemia, a des: in Bohemia a more regular go The following affectionate valedictory to cause the said road; with that the latter be di.ided'into tad
perate litigation had commenced vernment. On the arrival of we extract from the Madison the necessary bridges, to be made corps one whereof shall ,be denominated
between two noblemen who had : Frederick in Bohemia, even. Otto Observer through the.whole distance, or any the toPogt aphicalcvii .
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married sisters, the daughters of of Wartenberg altered his deportment DONT TKUST HER 1 part or parts. ef the same, as he Engineers : that every graduate -. ,
n wealthy.baron,recently deceased, ) acquiesced in legal process, Whereas, aboat three months shall judge,most.conducive to the cadet, on leaving the MilUary
and'each claimed, in right of his and implored the royal protection. since, I took to my bed acd board public good, having reference to Academy of West-PoirttJ be allowed
wife, a splendid inheritance. The Unfortunately, Slabata had already reputed widow Deraane Conklin, the.sum appropriated for the pur.poses. the choice io far as easy be. com-
will of the whom I to be natible with the bublic interest,
origin of this feud was of a ro- secured the good new supposed as chasteas y------ g- -
tnantic cast. 'Twelve before government;' and his forcible e- an icicle,and as virtuoui as the And 6 f if enacted 6y the authority of entering.lhe'corpa of Militaryor
years ,
r- the baron, a man irrascible jectmentfrom the castle was declare -' Goddess Diana--and where aforesaid, That the Commissioners of civil Englhetr*;;and that the
passions
suspecting that his eldest CM o be a violation of the laws,! since'my iat.rmarriagetub the Surveyors, Chain-Bearers lastbeTecruitedjfroffi; time to time
daughter had formed an unsuitable for which offence Otto' was amerced said reputed widow, I hate and other necessary assistants to as occasion may offer, by the appointment
connexion, confined her in a in a :heavy fine, and imprisoned learnt that she has other husbands I be employed, iti pursuance of this of_ practical and civilEDgineeh
solitary tower on the summit.of a in the tower of Prague. living, on whom I presume all her att> in the laying out of the laid of established reputa ,
cliff to which the only access vas The countess was allowed to love and affections are placed as road shall severally take an bath tion. '
by a perpendicular ascent, sufficiently remain in the castle of Gutshin she has exhibited, non towards or affirmation faithfully and diligently i II That tlie. cor''t' of topo-
difficult to impede the most until the cause in the chancellor's me-and whereas, the said widow to perform their respective graphical-civil Engineers be em
enterprizing adventurer In this court should br finally determined; Conklin has frequently wandered duties, and shall receive+ infull ployed i& exploring'and embody
- t gloomy turret, the unhappy girl when, on- what colourable pretence from the path of rectitude, andconducted Compensation for their services rag all such//: i.rorm'ti. i as mat
was condemned to waste .her 'appears;note tner'representative hcr eifin that unbec".ning and"expenses, each Commissioner serve to ascertain define and illustrate
blooming youth, with no other of the eldest sister was non manner, that my breast has sue .dollars, each Surveyor three tne* natural surface,of the United -
i company than the gaolers appoint* suited, and Slabata, the unjust rapacious been filled with.jealousy, my days dollars,and each other necessary States, and their susceptibility _.
ed by her inhuman parent. At brother, confirmed in the I with trouble and nights-with sorrow .. assistant one dollar for each day I of improvement, by artificial
length the baron died, without inheritance. Not one momentwas I /nd whereas, I wish to live in which they shall be necessarily rOZJ.dsj railways, and canals, or
pardoning even seeing his ,ill- lost by the favoured litigant, the life of a good slid peaceable citizen employed in the service aforesaid ; I general importance to the Union
fated child ; but before, he had to enforce restitution ; but, well instead of being hen-p cked and in case. of the death or resignation from their tendency ,to facilitate
given in marriage his second knowing that, the wife of Warten-: and tormented with an insatia. of any of the Commissioners the safe and speedy transporta
k daughter to a nobleman of Clairin- berg participated in her husband's I ble wife, whose conduct is a disgrace the President is hereby autho- tion of the mail, to promote Jhe
aic principles, who,OB his demise, courage: he urged the Rath to I to her sex. Now, therefore, rized to appoint others in their extension of the domestic and -
took possession of the whole pro persuade her not to arm her vassals -: be it known, that without the formalities places. foreign commerce; and to providefor
perty, as his wife's patrimony, against the king's authority.The .:' of the law, I have seParated dines de it enacted 6y the autfiori- the common- defence of the -
and, effectually) to bar all inimical lady listened with calmness, mysalf from my unruly rib, ty aforesaid, That the President United Stalest '
pretensions, without scruple, de- and even promised to admit Slaba and all the good people are can be, and he is hereby, requested to III. That the residue of the
termined that the captivity of his ta quietly, provided he came with tioned against trusting her on my cause to be laid before Congress, corps of civil engineers be engaged
aister should terminate but with I out soldiers, and attended only by account, as I will hereafter pay as soon as convenience will permit in forming estimates, of the proba; ;
legal officers. For this the Rath no debts of the contracting of the ,. after the of
her existence. For some time,I commencement ble cost of every cb work, ia su:.
Baron Slabata enjoyed, unmolested pledged himself I and Slabata arrived said widow Conklin. I have no each session ,a statement of the perintending under the orders of
ed, the magnificent castle of his. with only\ ten legal commissioners objection to her being harboredby proceedings under this act, that the Department of War,,the COB
wife's ancestors ; and, such is the at the gates of the castle. any of my fellow-citirens, but Congress may be enabled to adopt duct of such works as iball have-
fnoral degradation attendant upon' Mistrusting, however, the placa as to-paying any ,of ,her debts, I such further measure aft may been begun, in reporting to the
feudal igaorance, his iniquitous' bility of his sisterin-law, he had will not. I now enjoy myself :remarkably from time to time be proper ; Department their gradual pro*
actions were chartered with impu- taken the precaution to provide well, being out of the and to carry this att into effect, gress, the peculiar difficulties, iC
nity. In the mean While, it was soldiers,who entering by a postern reach of 4ongs, broomsticks and the sum ofdollars ii hereby y
notorious that the baron had left gate, were admitted privately ladles, and sleep quietly in ay own appropriated, to be paid out of any t execution
within the.court of the cattlt. shop, having none to molest or in.the .,
two daughters one of whom. the money Treasury not otberwise ties may have been severally over
eldest and c consequently heir- In the meanwhile, her vassals, make me,afraid. appropriated.Mr. come j' and the actual comparedwith
ess ,though immured, was sup including the inhabitants of Guts- JONATHAN DAN, Jr. Livingston, of Lou. offeredthe the estimated, cost of sncl
posed to be still in existence Ot- chin,beginning, unasked, to assemble BatOn, jtjtrilll, 1826. following resolution 5 which, elementary part cf every work* .
to of, Wartenburgf a spirited nobleman before the gates oCtke castle b on his motion, w laid on the table That abstracts
with more courage than the Rath read to them aloud CNG1B.ONAL.s, and ordered. ,to be printed : 'shrill be compiled, and,
wealth, Having lately buried his the royal commission, denouncing 1.:1: Retttoed, That'the-com. on the transmitted to the Congress of the ,
trife recalled :the image of the the penalties of imprisonment and House of Representatives.Tuttday Judiciary instructed to enquireinto V'nited'ltr.t ,at or near the coin
1 captive in her, happier days, and confiscation on all who resistedthe 25/A Afiril, 1826. expediency of establishing iraeacement'of!Jeverf annual ses%
resolved'to, attempt her deliver royal mandate. Upon hear Mr. Hemphill of Penn. from the some'mode by which all demands sion. These I compilations shall
k ance. For., this .burnose. he repaired ing this preamble, the people dispersed Committee on Roads and Canals against the.United States for services be iaade under'the. .auspices of the..
with. &- chosen band of'rae leaving the lady VI artea- reported,a bill to regulate the lay or,for article furnished, or Department of War by a board, j .
men. to the ,foot of the declivity berg no alternative but submissionor i ing'out,and,making,, a road from moneys 'advanced for their use, consisting of not.less* than three .
on which the tower stood. imprisonment Her native the It'at'of Government ia the ci' (not alloWed by:the accounting officers civil engi&eersj who shall aubjoiato
With infinite difficulty Otto as- prid c and courage were still un tyo.rW.I1iiDctoD.to, the city of ,)"should be..submitted. to a them a general history of .the
tended,,,by. a ladder of ropes to the subdued i and preferring even New Orleans jfoK the more safe court. ..of.,justice for investigationand distribution and operations of the
Bummit, and employed the same death with vengeance, to beggaryand and expeditions transportation: :of provisional;>> 'decision ; reserving corps of civil engineers daring the .
to. !atiist. Ms companions. Having i.gtacethe) commanded the United State mail,and'other, 'to. Congress the'right of finally preceeding year, accompanied b F
BO, far succeeded, they stormed her soldiers to fall upon Slabata's national purposes} which was read : deciding',whether_ such decisions such refections. may -fterve to
the fortress, killed the guards, party The latter proving victorious twice, committed and ,made the 'shall be earned ,into effect ; detect:existiag errors"!ia 'the de
and, ia the tone of,chivalrous rOe she withdrew with precipitation order of the day for tomorrow, And, also',:under the, .,like 'reietva. sign or execution of"aay work',to
stance, released .the lady. In to an inner ,apartment, and ordered to be Pt'm' :ed. lion,investigating' the ,iltJe. of individuals suggest a&itabfe corrections,thereof --
what manner the victim of ptteraal where she..had hoarded a few barrels The following is a copy of the : or'bodleicot' ,.,to ,aid ,to guard apiBit--their re*'
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cruelty and fraternal avarice of powder ;; and, here, having bill. ... lands claimed_ by-, :the United curreace. ,
had endured her imprisonment, plied the,men with: wise, she presented Be it enacted Cfc. That the President States; '- IV That, along with every **._
is hot-detailed ; but, however it them with pipes for smok of the United States be,and ,Mr.'Mercer of Virginia,offered numeration of the p8p'a1auoathe of
might have impaired her beauty, ing, and encouraged them by fair he i. hereby, authorized to appoint the folloirbg:! feloltioRIwhich United States, there shall be) _
it had"not deprived her of attractions promises, to renew: the attack, three discreet and disinterested OB'bis motion*.'were laid oa the collected/under instrattioBa from .
S ia the eyes of Otto, who believed though, from an effort so desperate persons, not being citizens of Co. table, and Bordered to be printed.: the Treasury; 'Department to the ri}
that,ia making her his,wife, she, conld expect only de latnbia, or either of the States of llaoW owl tv l tde-d,f lava far Jhttmel ageatrdepvted to Bsake tie .ei;
lie should,'by the laws of ,Bohe- struction. In the meanwhile, Virginia, North Carolina, South Irep t'Ga4.: htlt Pr- iiit''S.,., .:. tbeaecesis tars for:eahibhifigiartabularvforat r
zees, acquire aa exclusive right to Slabata,exalting ia fluccessf, was Carolina+Georgia, Alabama,Lou : the distfibatiog }
her father's posftessioa Readily! proudly conducting his retainers isiana, Tennessee, whose ,duty 1. Jkftotoed: That it ,is,expedient of the pebple::.' wrdiaig; to them A
did the" outcast lady ,accept his to the hallt.too happy to be relieved It shall>>e to examine the,.iddl ; to.*9t;apart' from ,the public occspatioBS' jH several State
:hand,and gladly did she_ acqaieacfclathebold from"the,preeetrce of his injor; .. and western routes lately survey i revenue a;Jratst' for Internal 'la* 'afid Territories, aad.ia their ,re-
: Itep. lie proposedto I ed kinswoman. Bat vain were ed by the Board, of the United* proveracaV and ,to Revise s&syaitern i .-the s.bdlvhioislntperated .":_Ot It
reinstate her ia the castle of, her i his;.speculations According to States,, Engineers:and to lay out', of rules, 'for' its"iffipirtiafaadjuditM to..sir,. seller., 'asd cdtiitkI. ,
ancestors*' .< Kevenhujlerra fatal Spark %coidentally OB or aear one of the same which ).'.'appfccarioB; ,. to, ouchro.adt districtil That. those. aisle s
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: la this:emergency, the. regular conamuBicaling ,from, the.I* u judge, .under' v all ,railway ud canals as.abe sisan com preh- adr' efl'petiadescripliofi it,. a x
sometote wp ld\,have ;Iie ea.to. inau: torch;to the small powder 'raagteaiewttfii :"I#>imstaa* -ceIthe' iatsst, "pro per-' ."detau*. -by. .,Coigrtw ,within -of the'artificial re4iy.

" 'as k'gal:process ia the, chtaccjcwirt t.heJa41 had,hoarded, ,b-r ad from'-the scat 'of Gtjv- .mw&t jH:> t':.,..' .t' '.- .._> ,.C_. e_ titiMllJ railways,and canals,' alreadyss1'-
IU'! aid'pttkatly to await j jc 'as her kH- mo&rcetat onca &.i -ia t the city'of Wuhisgto*_; 'wcre..,.:r icdor ia progress 1iltWt .' ,
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United Statei and the territories- 1 : V S. *by theunerrigforee ofpt&Hc oion" of,it.1sitacaie 1 ,d l1ar. And,. '

thereof i. denoting the- railways, :on. I } : c we I II and that of the West'course Florida taken should by ,bur bejcbnslaered ftlloycitizens ... where the.lands have' not.., been. .-
the number of lines' of parallel t I :r .-ar.. tt awarding infamy and.' tcvrri where surveyed,' it shailbelb: : duty of .
'l rails, and their horizontal-inclinae 02 ; ; Car:, they are due! the'Surveyor 'General to ;cause: to :.
tion ; of the c..anall"theilt, breadth, 'that /Siflce.wr1ting.*, the above. we be,surveyed, at ,the expense,,of>> thi,
depth of water and lockage?, and 69. nf ,received the Mobile Commercial claimant, each: 'act"of land, the
of all those public works, their } as Register of 26th'ult. which title to which confirmed by this .
denomination, length, actual cost, ceed- contains an' editorial article,' the' act, end to deliver to each claimant .. .
and annual profit'-; with the tou- Fri' inaccuracies: of which, we are'compelled a plat of.survey ; and the Surveyor
'oage or number, and computed for to notice, lest it should bethought General shall also'transmitplata _
"'ahlt'of the various commodities I for that our "silencegives of the whole to the Com ..
transported thereon within the two consent" to them.-Our remarks missioner ofthe. General Land Of
-yetrs next preceding the period I on,this subject, however We postpone fice ; ,and, if it 'shall appear to the.
of inquiry ; and that those statistical of in until next week, not having \satisfaction" of the Commission- .t !
tables be published cotempo- having room :04aQ copy the, article. the General Land Office, that the
raneously with each census. Bogo- certificates of confirmation ,k plat
V. That, during the first Congress ,a- A friend subscriber requestsus of survey teen fairlyobtained,
l assembled .under any new ; to use his own words, u to according to. the true intent and
census, or as soon thereafter as to Ye, give the public the plain truth, and meaning.of this act,then, and ia
practicable, the fund for Internal No fur inform them in what manner the that case, patents shall be granted *
Improvement of the ensuing ten : fcnoun. roads are made in Ala ama. ) He in like manner. is providedby
years shall be apropriated by l : to the says that every inhabitant is compelled law for..the other lands of the
anticipation to such roads" railways daily to work one day in every United States.
I and canals, at the wisdom the month on the roads.' We make Sec. 3. And 'be it further enact*
of Congress may deem within the \ the statement on his authority and ed, ,That any person or persons
0 pale of its constitutional authority are always happy to publish the or their legal representatives
and worthy uf public aid. ly a Car plain truth on any subject interesting c ming within the provisions of
VI. That in those appropriations Laid to our 'fellow-citizens, and the act Congress,of,the twenty- '
aipreference, where practicable -on' when requested -we shall ,not failto sixth cf May,'one thousand eight ,
shall be given to the exccu Schr:* do so, on those which interest hundred and twenty-four, and contained -
tion of every such work-by the inslrumentah'y : This 'the citizens of an adjoining State. in the reports aforesaid, .
of joint stack companies the within .. and whose possessions and settle
incorporated by the eve- and Island, .Donation .Law.-It Is with ;regret ment*.were embraced in the reserves .
: rai Stares through whose territory our man- that we 'perceive, that ihe to certain Indians, in the
sucti work may extend. hav p bill granting ,Donations to The treaty with the Florida .Indians, .
VII. That the interest of the : mea I Sfttlersj,pribr to the 17th' July, made the eighteenth day of 'September '
United States, acquired: by a subscription : ary car 1821, the* day on which Florida one thousand, eighthun- _.
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to the.stock of any such '( by was surrendered ,to the United dred and twenty-tbrer, -and.jw"-- -
company, shall-be represented at -, s for- States, (which '.publish below,) but"for being so'1: 9Ck '
all public meetings thereof by a has been indefinitely ,postponed in :-.giti nave 'a donationuy5feprOVSiOfl
of this 'shall'becniitled
proxy, deputed ,by the Secretary by I the Senate, which iseo: *"-'--* .* act,
.4' .L%. T._.___,.. to its final rejec8'-_. J to the like quantity ,of*
VIII. That the income of the I ,!rIll:. mil had,passed the Houteol land,.as near as may be, of the -
United Statesfrom all such works an and I Representatives, where it was san\e.quality a- d valueof the con'
; shall constitute a special resource, quick supported by our Delegate. :In tiguous'public.lands, to be located
first for the payment of the interest -i Thotf,1 the Senate, however, we have no according to the lines of the public
and the extinction of the i th, i'Delegate,-and all that can be done surveys,under .the,direction of _
principal of any loans which may all I : May''V must be effected by letters and explanations the Register and 'Receiver, of the
be negotiated und<:r authority ol: I -..these'were doubtless: proper district, upon.proof of such
law, in order to accelerate their i here employed by our vigilant, 're.pre-I fact to them. .
;. completion ; and next, for effecting By : sentative. We understood that t Passed the,Home ofR tsresentatves. ....
such similar improvementsas : the when the law requiring the evi ,! .Attest, May 10,'1825., .
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i it may be the pleasure of Con- ing New : dence was passed, no pledge was :. M.'St.J: CURKR..c'H. .R. .
I gres to patronize. of : ipation I given nor objtct stated. ,It 'was ':_: -..----- ,
. 4. Resolved, That, in periods I I ., left: i supposed to be with the' intention COMMUNICATIONS.( .
of actual and of this -.
or apprehended invasion I granting some privilege ; T .
or warthe stocks, acquired by the i ,her has been effected in the passage -Per-Pentacola Gazette.
NO. III.
i .k disbursements of the fund for internal I arriv of the pre-emption law; securing to- : '
To tbfc Citizensth'West S1VTida.
improvement, together with hours I settlers 160 acres at least a@Go*> ,
the annual revenue arising to the bring vernment price. As much SKwc S.
United States from ,the ,public : New regret the failure of the donationact I It was not, I perceive, with ft .
iroiks accomplished .thereby, as I IS day Mo in the Senatt., 'niust consider. vain ,hope that 'addressed: you
well as the entire fund itself, shall I ': : ,.! that the law already: passed jj-f: al fey last communication on the "
tie held disposable by transfer,, liberal extraordinary one.jG L'I 13th May; the great object of it, -
\ pledge or otherwise, for the public of The it is gratifying to observe, :tnlt, has excited',an interest', which no- "
;. : defence, so far as Congress I the sail p : where our Delegate could apeak, i individual'efforts could otherwise'
may deem expedient and consistent -.. .f'w eighth, the interests of his constituents, have performed. :
with the,public faith. br tU Wr. ...tI..d .to.--'n..I1 O.t' -' le'uumerous. ,>respectable:
5.' Resolved, That so'much of por AN ACT : meeting the inhabitants ofihiscity
the fund for internal improvement: To confirm certain claims 'to Land ,which so immediately followed '
r as may annually accrue before the : to S in the Territory of Florida; 'that communication, the judicious '
meeting, of the first Congress under : founded on habitation and cultS. :resolutions srdopted by thts .
the vation. meeting, and the '
census of 1820, be appropriated \ intelligencesince
in such amounts, and un. to should Be it enacted by the Senate 'aridHouae 'received from the interior
4'.. der such limitations$ as may be & ; more that "of Rep.re entative9 of the all tend 'to prove incontestlbly,
prescribed by law, to the completion *, in; -United States of Amctict in Con- the state of public opinion ia
'of the line of inland navigation I' ; and' great assembled, That each of the West Florida, on the important
fclcnt' the seaboard of the tp of actual settlers in Florida, or thei question of annexing this Territory '
United States, from Maine! across intend-to legal representative, with/the.exception to the State of Alabama; and
th'. peninsula ot Florida, to New ,friends, of Benjamin Hog.-and:1 also, that the subjett has received
,, Orleans! : to thr Chesapeake and or, Roland Clapp, &c. whose names your attention in a manner whi .li .
Ohio, and the Ohio and Erie Canal L 1, are contained in the report of the becomes a free and independent 4
; to tue improvement of the Serus Commissioners for ascertaining 1 people to adopt) whenever their

I ll navigation nf.. the Tennessee_ Ohio, the :miicon g claims 'and titles to land in Florida essential interests are concerned.

; ana Connecticut I' rivers ; to the extension on _..... .. "; ,_marked I, dated the tenth, day From the nrincfinlem.- --- -...---, laid---- dh-nrn-- -
of the Cumberland road ; r.informa-.6 of December, one thousand eight by the Town 'meeting at Pensacola, \'
to the construction of the contem. that hundred and twenty-four, and no possible injucy can re.nlt/but
plated road, from the District of i for made in, 'pursuance of the act of on the contrary a great ,public
Columbia to New-Orleans ; and that'our useful Congress of the 'twenty-sixth day benefit may be the consequence ;
...,. ", to such other works of general importance sufficient of May, one thousand eight hun that meeting entered on the 'subject
: '',. -;: ? as further surveys may : by any dred and twenty-four,; and those j with a desire to afford you, a '
1 develop, and the part aforesaid of : assured contained in the report of the Register priori, all the information, both
? the fund for internal improvement are and.Receiver of West Florida official and otherwise, which it

may be competent to construct, or \ and a who dis dated December second, ''one may be in their power.o obtain
to afford effectual. aid in construct as thousand eight hundred and twen- By this act, no,interest is com .
ing. i sectional ty-five, ttith the exception ofJohn. prpmitted, no pledge is implied;'
.
. ;.: "r =- '. %was Carno'chan and John W. Bush, and it is simply an acts to lay before
: D03VLEST1C.'J'he the claims in Report number five, you such Correct information as
.... '-; :- bill to amend the Judiciary : 1 dark and to dated the thirty-first of December, will, enable! you to'deliberate and '
.
system of the United States, we i sor- one thousand eight hundred and determine, on a highly important
regret to observe, has been indefinitely f We twenty-five, of the Commissioners questionr not ,with the fevered .
postponed in'the House of cannot : of East Florida, be, and they are heat of party irit, but'with''that*
Again hereby, confirmed in their title to cool, deliberate and impartial .
Representatives in
: or other ,,to- .
'Words, rejected by a vote of 99 to "unani- six: hundred and forty ac rca of judgment'whicb becomes, a free
., 89. The National Journal remarks of the I l land, to be located, as near as practicable and enlightened people, .whose future '
f that, although the original \ this be- ''I in one entire body, and in; destiny- is'involved in the decision "
4 believe conformity to the of the *"' .
bill passed the House by a surveys *" .
large vote, it was impossible very, it city", ,i contiguous public lands, and so as "' I most sincerely trust* that the ':

seems, to prevail on a majority of individu. to embrace the principle improve Committee correspondence appointed "
that body to agree to the Senate's : who menti of the respective claimants.Sec. by'the.inhabitants of Pen, -
am'endment.Ve learn that many t they 2 'And be it further rnact lacoli, may have all the .success*
members voted against the indefinite I a ..I meet-think eel, Thatitahall be the duty of the the object of their appointment
Register and Receiver of the merits it is
postponement, who yet of ,any in- proper ;: only by a mutually .
: Land Office, having the free and candid, '.
I would not have agreed to the bill : uniting possession ,interchange of
an existing shape If the mo- of the books and papersof opinion, upon subjects of high,Interest -_
tion had been taken on agreeing infor in the late Board of Commissioners to the'various, sections, of... a.Territory -,
"
to.the proposed amendment, the b I Florida. r for the said Territory cause that 1'Ue..am1. correct .
,. S majority, in the, negative, would appoint to be made two extrac srrom ,th, knowledge of"the interests, of ,all '
4: douotless have*been much larger the records of the Commissioners ror&lcertaiRing'the can be obtaine' '
S than that by which the bill was indefinitely we did titles and claims i It .cannot I' conceive' ,'be :fairly
i, postponed.- that eip cdi.the to lands in Florida, of the claims' I I denied, that under, existing circumstance
*_ Revenue of Xeyieat'ur..By I bold "of- to land which are,'by the preceding *, every:_rational nrin'dshould .
a ,section, directed 'to, be con forbear to form ,a decided
statement furnished from the : d by I firmed,'one' of which they''shal.1. opinion, on this important subject, ',1 "
Treasury Department, pursuant to .: other transmit to the "'Commissioner 'of'j until all the ,information relative.., 4
: a resolution of Congress, it appears .to_.the_ the, General' Land Office. and' ,the to UD- ,w6a,the proper- ,course' ..to.' ,
', that the gross mount, of I ,induced other they shall transmit to ..tbeSuryty bt obtained) be laid before the '
duties on merchandize for 1823, E. I rrus is of General of said Territory people ; :when :that is -done, it if .'
at Kty West was 'g389 II ;' on : publif, ; and'it,shall.also'be the duty of. 'for ,them. to: decide ;'. 'there is a, :
9 tonnage and light money,.S29 47 ; I a.dispo-the Register Receiverof the," weight'in public. oioI4thi3, v
I nett amount :of hospiul fund : to nuke 'Land ,Office to :make. '
proper ; : out country.which, is irresittibk, it is;" : '
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i. 4 SSO 43 ; gross, !revenue, ) S469 01; to infamy and ana.deliver1" to--each individual vivifying principle:which giveslifetad "
payment* for expenses of collecUon claimant a certificate of confinaar ,
his, wyi. vigour 'to oar r ,iblica' .j: ,
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Truest 1oa, few the meeting, .and from the.. and Florida.may be allowed one without a.cauat.a the 'Sue.baa ,
J sole mni f charge you, to beware saallaess of tine number present, and the any regard 'fo her 'popnlation, :with her tine, and prop'oees. ta do more .for I aaaterkl ;brie to notice,|o pri, :, :! ', 4

01 those men who, under I01pre, great number absent, the natural coaclu-- two Senator*,it being entirety the po wer than. Akbama can' do, even for, hemlf r ;Cet-lacelalt, week Choice Mete (.,. C : 4 .
w hlte-r,fyi.ct.-blpotUioD" sion that the,majority;was against It.- of Congress .to, apportion her repre- it would certainij bi mada.: tbtH'ti ire teff dwUg the.wwk alJO.1,3 ,"' ;.14'{

text you in the dark,.bJtfY. ] I 'dv-sot hesitate to sty that but a small entation, restramed by no views, tintibo draw ourselves from. her tutelage;'place cats, and other qutlitici: la t a lr . "
10 keep no1ity: of the citize,are is faT tD" 01 of policy and propriety. As to tlTe ourseryesatthe mercy of a.StaU,,which proportion i)=.
delor, to present your.receIY- it and out of loon,it has no fhend.-The policy.of annexation to Alabama the nm- has a tit jealous of our prosperity,.,and sales 1 were "taw a1. ." : ;.x g.;'.:
luch information, ai i pro.wr Pensacola the is Iy at 9 to 9 12. The tttirkctJesi' : t
111. iter seems to view as only turret enquiry what will West Florida whh resources vastly inferior to our present : .,
be laid before yon. -Such ,point of importance in West Florida nan by it, at this moment We must- guardian This would be a suicidal terday was more languid, purcha-_ .

pod1c.ora do not accord with, nor and his whole project turns on the Hip- leave out of the question any benefit to act on our part and.&'i1 rendered que*? l showed a diipositioa .to hold \

receiTfrtbe'sanction of, posed advantages to this place, the Test Alabama .for the annexation is proposedon timaSlc, whether ihepnject Aaa lriri.. back for lower prices. The re- '
"ill they bttt OB the contra of the country is regarded as of very little the score outs advantages to us; 'yet nstedmith Mobile; for thepvrpote -leur. ccat-,decline' .in freights will .
t he present age; consequence. Is it not natural thatth e evtnas to Alabama, what would they be I m niAiIoIi../ This course moreover, pro ,
r v their authors and abettors,: proceedings of a town meeting convened to her 11n point of trade and commerce l would be a little unp.t fuJ. We have bably have_ ft tendency to give ac- '1 .. ;
. ''ll!, by the unerring force of pubic under such circumstances will excite they would be nothing ; because lilt be hitherto been soliciting the General Go- tifity to the >mu'ket. ,. ,

)ic opinion, be bel d.. infamy displeasure out of Pensacolt? Instead cf the interest other citizens to'sell their :, vernnient to make internal improvements ---' -- ---- -- -.- ,
. I : |increasing the growing kindness of the produce at Pensacola, and pctrclfase-their in our Territory,and establish a naval depot "
scorn
and I commenced the first etim/rj to our city, will it not excite disgust supplies, there is nothing in the way to at this place for our benefit,and when .
Since by making an impression that all other prevent it now, and the acquisition of the complies and evinces a;wiUin vtsatb Slll .
Dumber of these addresses I have interests are to be made tributary to Flonda.would afford no new facifitSea,_.i_V* do even,more, ore propose to withdraw .
jeceiTcd several communication!, those< of Pensacola ? We beg the peopleto Would her planters come here in .preference -' from her and go over to Alabama Suchrestlesweas .

on the subject to which they refer look at this matter fairly. Even wereit to going|to.Mobile, merely because .might induce Congress to WV ; .
some in favour of, others i admitted, that our city was to derive any this port would be in the State of Alabama circumscribe her munificence'; and the .
; benefit from this annexation project ? Surely not-they will go where sectional and party spirit which it is cal-
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against the proposed measure.To the< residue of the Territory cannot par they Can get the best nrices, find the dilated to keep alive, will sensibly tend --sit .onf3tLC, \. ,"
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', the former, I reply) that .1 : ticipate. East Florida would oppose it ; most convenient market, and obtain supplies destroy the growth and prosperity uf 1 ENTERED.I .d .

Consider myself honored by their: because it would consign her to perpetual upon the most reasonable terms. oar city. Florida, at present, holds the local 0

approbation ; ta the'latter, that i imbecility. The country about Tallahassee Will capitalists come here because this legislation in her own hands-the June 3d. -Scb:. Thorn Camp* .r ,

man can be more sensible than' would oppose the measure, because shall bear the name of Alabama, and is no need not ask Alabama to pass laws for her bells New Orleans ; assorted Car .
no [. it would destroy all her prospects, longer called by that odious appellation benefit j and the aid of the General Government to Sundry 0 .
bone difference g persons.
myself, that an !I connected with the seat of government; Florida? No, they will go where most would be more readily extended ,
of opinion upon public measures,! and the country Chipola would. be equally goods are to be sold, most produce to be to-her, u she ia,than,as a part of any Schr. Elizabeth, Forsyih, New '

may exist among men, possessing decided in her opposition, because purchased, and most money to be oho State. I need not mention, in case of an Orleans ; assorted firgo to Sun _,.

tb' same disposition for the 'pub1ic It would throw her between to tained. Geographical arid boundaries annexation, that the taxes of Florida 'will dry ". .
good. and three hundred miles from the seat of between States and Territories produce be at least doubled,that the amount will persons.ARRIVED.. _' ,
I in Alabama, whereas at sensible effect .their be expended out of the
government present no upon commercial Territory, that inlaying
To all I reply, that the measureI her population is within two easy relations as all questions in relation then we snail have but six voices ;Jane d.-U. S.Schr. Foz, Lt .

have proposed is the result of days trayel.V ce Pensacola then to, to them, invariably turn upon interest out o(one hundred and fifty, whereas, in Comdt. Wilson, P.a Cruize.> '.

long reflection, which has produced Unite with Alabama, no other portion of and .the profitable' employment of per present coi&itUn,the only Territorial 7-Schr. Angelina, Wilson, St: .

the firm conviction in my the Territory would follow her example! I capital. This i is conclusively dembnstratI tax we shall pay will be laid by representatives Marks. .
mindthat it is the essential 1 They would still endeavor, at some, fu- I ed by the fact, that we as certainly se i of our own choice,and expended 8.-U. S. Schr. Grampus Lt. ':" r
ture'period,to form an independente State,. cure the trade of. the counties Cooecuh, : amongst ourselves. A large aotount ?' .
interest. of West Florida to and they arotilJroue' JfalAc a 1. D---- t .'!nSW sumo. Pike, Henry and the is' annually expended by the United C mdt. Casein, 5 days from Ha
.I lt fiver or at .
;riT .o roe apart of the /4. dPP adJommg'coUl.tiea in States for the of civil rasa ; all well.
Georgia, as though support' our ,
State of Alaa .. .7jnw", This would govern
a; &u .:.,. # Bay. 'nett they were an integral part of Florida and moral ; the circulation of this sum is i a be CLEARED.J .
procal obligation arising from a "tr grow out of the then state of affairs. New Orleans enjoys the same extent of nefit to the community its withdrawal "
mutual interest and a mutual attachment At St. Andrew's: Bay* all that would be commerce?that she would do, Were the would of,confine be an injury ant\not uhe 3d.-SI Manama 1 Pack ,

lay the foundation bf a wanting, is a moderate capital' ; it is already whole valley of the Mississippi included the withdrawal only, butni orcorera sum et, Ray, New Orleans! i.Cargo 15 :

great and flourishing State of, this a and port with of delivery three miles: is'a canalan healthy position itwould within her limits. Irt both cases, there b of money would actually be sent from the bales cotton by O. J. Willums; ':
g, the name back country from which theyare Territory, to assist in bales and
cotton
supporting the Government 38 1 bbl. brandy J.
the ofa
union. SERUS concentrate produce much to derive their resources, and which of Alabama. Sews however, by.Mr. 'Blackwell. .-. .- .. Oo-A. .:
fentacofa, 7th June,1626. more extensive back country than Pen as cannot be altered by annexation or any tells us,that Alabama is a .
higbiy
cola. There art results which respectable 8.Schr.. Thorn
may reasonably other means. State and that o' .Campbell
our annexation would
"The dog star rage" be anticipated, if we interruptthe The only possible practical effect, enable us to share a portion of that re New Orleans', Car o 10,000 brick ..

Porr. existing progressive state of affairs. would be the establishment of the Alabama spectability. And is not the Government by M. Bonifay.Schr. ,
A writer in the Gazette, under the signature Our prevent policy is to conciliate J our code of laws, (which the Legislative of the United States highly ? : Elizabeth .
respectabley Forsytfi New
of.* Serus," '(or Siriusfrom the neighbors of the interior, > ltd by kin;I- Council of Florida, may now adopt if And are not we respectable i So far ; .
resemblance in sound, I take it to be the ness and friendly relations,to induce themto think proper,) the appointment of JliJt C- however,.from increasing r Orleans Cargo 6 bales cotton b y' ,

malignant star, which is supposed to shed co-operate, in'p romoting! the growth es of the Peace, Sheriff, and a Judge or bility, by being stuck on as our a kind of Peels tail M. Crupper, 22 boxes,candles and -

such a influence over our plar.et) of our city. By an opposite course, v e two, and in all probability the same per to Alabama it will be diminished in the 30 hides by.sundry persons. ,

has of late been amusing himself in"play alienate their respect and confidence, sons who how hold the offices, if they degree, that we renounce the control of Schr. Harriet, Garcia, Herr
ing his fantastic tricks before high heaven and lay the foundation for; misfortunes should possess the public esteem "and our-own actions, and.the prospect of es I Orleans with 4600 bricks the _
," by way of passing the time ; until that will prove to be irretrievable. confidence ; if other persons should oe tablishing State Government The !I Ii ; by ,
lately, although no good has come of it, The next thing to enquire into, is the appointed, the probability is, the difference moteness of every part of the Territory re-, i Master. '.
lie has done no harm. But alas! how i practicability of this scheme. The plain to the people would only be { excepting perhaps Pensacola from the 9.-Schr. Angelina, Wilson, ., .
contagious is example i a whole town has construction of the treaty of,cession, and "'Twixt.tweedledqm tweedledee'y Seat of Government of Alabama would- New Orleans, Cargo 12 bales oE.- > _.
becn known to.be set a sneezing, by a the construction which bits uniformi If indeed the population and wealth of lone be an insuperable objection. Evenas cotton by Noah H. Allen. .
man accidentally sneezing in the street. beenr given to it, as well in; the case of West Florida were considerable, Alabama respects Pensacola the .
distance b SAILED.June .
The contagion has not indeed been so Florida as that of Louisiana*' is, that the would derive an accession to her trea- greater by near a hundred miles but _.
extensive here, for out twelve hundred Territory entitled to be incorporated as Bury and an increase in her represents surely l the counties to the Eastward; 6 U. S..Transport Schr.

souls I cannot find that more than a otttthirty politico body into the union, on the tion to Congress. But the money which would prefer having their seat of Florida, Baker, Tampa Bay. .. '
have actually sneered f but among principles of the federal {constitution n; would be derived from Florida in taxes,. ment in the vicinity. Little govern ;' -
these we find some that is, to become a State, on the samefooting would not or nothing :
very worthy the ha-been
personsthe lighten expenses of the said thus far, of the disposition e\\ing .nit Cn \
with other States of the Union.The 'P ,
Worshipful Mayor, His Honor the government of Alabama, or aid her in that part of Florida 'of the "
Judge of the County Court, two members individual inhabitants in' the Terri-i discharging her debts ; the amount Appalachicola and it .lying east FITCH E. Subscriber, having determined :
must be recollected '
of the Legislative Council and u.I are citizen at once, in Virtue of thecession" would be too inconsiderable td her; although ,-that the consent; of the to bring his business to a temporary _
officer of distinction in our Navy. Thewritings | I notwithstanding the; assertions of very serious us. But it will 1 improve Florida is first to' be obtained Territory of! close, will sell oft at reduced prices, fore
of Serus Serus, whose constitutional and law li-i ipions nottth I Carp or approved his stock '
going abroad, might be o p the appearance pf her.map, to have consent of thirty persons in Pensacola paper present .
considered as the single voice of an individual appear as wild as his views of poticyare the coast from the Perdido to the Appsz the whole. town or -consisting of ._ ,
or
indulging his spleen, or whim, chimerical ; there are but two e 1 lachicola; laid down, as part of the State trict;. Is probable, even that the county,or disr Fine & slip blue and bl'k broadcloths* : r
or busy for want of better employment. ceptions that of having a direct voice in Here is no substantial benefit, having 40 of the-Ap &Jacbi o1a: will hearken people. east I Blue,bi'k,mixed and/ibbed drab casi-,' .' ; ,.
But the town meeting surely the whole the, mctiDaof rff f*npnt of I < Uiutod- pOW -ta regulate trade and foreign intercourse to moment mores ..., '
S tates,and ia tbi&propolition"V'd! they consent Tartan & '
a vote matters Caroline
which
place must be in an uproar ; man, wo- concern which mm* still belong to the to diminish their plaids; botnbazette .
Dan and child are crying, sighing, pray I. the State ; to counterbalance this i ,' General Government. Government prospect of State Valentia toilinette and Marseilles vest .
sink
ing and to become they exempted from all {direct taxes or their Territorial importance i ings, assorted, .
begging Alabamians, ,Whether it will be good policy on the I Surely not, .** _
Here is
and endeavoring to escape from Florida. except such as they may choose to iraj part.of Alabama to receive us, is howevernot which our a have difficulty L Bl'k senshaws, sarshetts. ,* figurd? J bl'k" *, .
as from a wreck. No wonder; who wouldnot pose The question of the dismemberment the question. Will the annexation not dared annexation-mongers eBb, t T .
exchange the poverty of Florida,and ,of Florida was agitated some years increase our trade, augment% the value of renders even the whole to scheme think of and which White satin, green f ore ce, r
f its pestilential climate, for the wealth and ago, but Congress,taking the view of the our property, or add to 'our numbers ? this 'that abortive Besides Bl'k and colored canton crapes, plala '
consent
I salubrity of Alabama I Persons..disposedto subject just explained thej matt E r was 1[ deny that it will have the slightest effect and thc United, of the btate of Alabama and figured, *

I view the matter seriously, 'are inclined placed at rest. It is not a town, a county, upon either oi these, and 1 defy any obtained it b not certain Stat, must be Women's worsted coloured& silk hose, -
to ascribe some laid those' a district, which can enter into ; that. the first Coloured braces I n'l beaver -
deep to
designs, any arrangements one to exhibit a proof of it, in a single will be given and it is gloves. .
gentlemen who are the prime movers in to separate itself from the particular 'It is said that Alabama will that of the latter, will be very? certain that Women'white and coloured kid do ; '
this project. For my own part, I consider iI Territory ; the voice of the; whole must make roads into and through Florida,and withheld. Dress and furniture prints, Gingham ,

these suggestions as ridiculous and: be had. The consent of the] Eastern and cut canals i let us first see the roads and Mentor: Coloured Cambricks Dimity, _
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unfounded. The intention of our Mayor I Middle District of Florida must be ob canals she has made for herself. She has .ma. Plain and figured book muslins .

vas merely to give respectability( to t heeitherAlabama as of the Western' before cut no canals-she has not the means or We nave understood that Mi. CollarettS" ,
meeting, the numbers ,or the Government Canlbric and mull do. Insertions.
being very of the enterprise to attempt it and as to roads
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some twenty or thirty, it was necessary! I United States, can negotiate about .the they have been made either at the expense King, in inconsequence of his ill 1 White tulle, plush, striped- muslinlt' *

the deficiency should be made tip by alienation a single foot of| it i ,And again of the United States, or of the health} has determined to resign Gingham robes; Bolivar stripe '

eight of character. The Judge of the will the policy of the southern States: neighborhoods through which they psw : his mission to England, and to I Bang up jcord, bl'k silk" velvet. ,
County Court was doubtless free from all permit them to lessen 'their;] strength in it is but the other day, she solicited a lunation ask leave to return:to the Uniteasxid d I Brown Holland yellow nankeens,
bias or prejudice. The members of the the.Senate, by voluntarily renouncing be from Congress a few rho States. We have also understood triib linens, in deptipieceslong la wni .
Legislative Council,I shall believe, until propped of two members ? The strengthof ; dollars, to cut a road arid td improve the Linen cambrics. 'threads assorted, ,' .
I know the contrary, have either not permitted representation, of the three Southern Harbor of Mobile, and has prayed for lidto that his request has been acceded Ribbon assorted- ;
their names to .be used at all,-Or States. Mississippi, Alabama I and LOuisiana make a canal in the northern part of to, and that he is expected to take: Bl'k and colored'Caloons, '

have viewed the measure with indiffer- I may add of Georgia, would certain the State. If Florida requires to'be r. his departure from England during Waist belt and buckles. flag.h'kfs. ; ,

'once. as a harmless expe iment. 1 I he ly receive an accession, and heir immediate tered and c erishe< and nursed; is n''SOt the next month. Cashmere; Gros de Naple,.andgauze do! .
good sound practical sense .of one ot interest be advanced, by the ade dig the General Government better able to Artificial flowers and wreaths: saps,
them, the man ",generous feelings of thand tion of Florida to the Union as an. Independent perform this office than the State of Ala ;. Nat. Journal.S Bl'k Ostrich (feathers pearl buttons? T
other, top extensive possessions State. But Florida can never bama.-Alabama herself but a yearling We understand that ALBERT Coloured flag, madrasa h'kfs. Cravats; *
deep stake of both, iri this part of Florida, become'State! its soil is too poor to just turned to grass while'we', from o GAL nlt, of Perinsyirahia, has Linen checks, f and 4-4 cO. do. .

satisfies the writer of this,that they would support the requisite number ot inhabitants. tender age, require all the milk' the old been appointed by the President{ Domestic plaids, stripes and shirtings .

countenance no project intended in an It this be so, why not set on foota cow can give us. by and with the advice and consent Co. ticking,bear duck stieetings, <. .
underhanded manner to affect the situation negotiation for a slice of Alabama ? I Let us view the subject in anartliof Letter paper spelling books, quills; ,
of any individual, onto promote any .Will venture to say,.that the Counties light. West Florida has at least half era of the Senate, Envoy Extraordinary Scissors J .pen. & pocket knives, razor r .
other object, than the welfare of the Conecuh, Monroe; Pike, Covington and voice in the election of a delegate to and Minister Plenipotentiary ifi cases, I.
Territory. As to the naval gentleman,it Henry, would gladly unite w th Florida, Congress who has*right to vote.and de to_ Great Britairi, ip place Table knives and forks, razor strap# [ l
must be evident 'to every that I he because their trade and paste, '
ODe leads
naturally .them liberate in every thing which relates--to I pf Rurus K.ISO, resigned.. And '
happened to be there by mere .accident.' hither, and-their produce is shipped fromo her interest and has the advantage of all thai ROBERT TRIMBLE of Kentucky Needles,,pins, thimbles fish hooks and, !,,;;...)
Let us, however, consider the questionuthougb ports. Several of the [Counties of that partiality in her favor,which is usually lines. i'! i
it were terinitl putt this cop.nwnity. Georgia would cheerfully unite with Flo shown t* Territories,' untraI neUcd has/in the same, nu nrter, Spectacles in cases, toothbrushes, ;. } :
In the first place* let.us see rida, give her Territory aroort compact by that kind of jealous which prevails been appointed an Associate Justice Whip, hand and cross-cut saw file,. ) I
yhetker the plan of o rations adopted form and accelerate her admission into among the States, where favors are bestowed of the Supreme Court of the Gun locks, gun dints, ., '
in the town meeting, is the the Union. The remoteness Brittania tuwiia & tinned iron spoons '
proper one. of those upon one in preference to another United States, in place of THOMAS *
A correspondence is proposed to be parts of Alabama and I Stock and pad locks, cut tacks, -
opened Georgia from theirrespective -as a small portion of Alabama, Florida ,'
TODD deceased. Idem.
with the Governor of Alabama seats of Government, together would have a sixth or tit eighth part into ..'-' Shoe pincers and hammers, awl blades ', .. .
and with the inhabitants of the with their I and hafts, .
Territory. proximity to the seat of government the election of a member of Congress
out of Pensacola Is there any law, or of F Florida would render such an represent her immediate interest. la it AmoBg'Uie'strangera in the City Screw augers, niorticethissels, -.

resolution passed by the Legislature of union desir I c.' Why not make this experiment likely that the representative in the sec' We observe Col.'Wool,t1Ii1pector Wife and hair sieves, frying pans r

Alabama to' authorise its Governor to ? Why not open a correspondence tion of country in which Mobile is situ General, who has returned from Weeding hoes, trace chains, .
enter into any official correspondence on with the Governor of[Alabama ontbeK sled and the I Men's w'Petiorarid common saddles; ,
this subject I there representative closely interested an extensive tour of inspection fthe'Soutli i and curb >St snaffle .
b none,ana if this subject,before this mean still cuward11 in the situation of. that town Y91e com. plated \ -
were, it would 'be'entered into with aelfconstituted renunciation of all prospect of self BO- would foster Pensacola at her !; and Western Military I bridles, t .1 :0I

meeting of'a few of the vernmeTJt ; before this" voluntary atuuhilatifrtf This b very improbable. West expense Florida Post.>-Mat.InttUigcnceT... I Saddle bigaicol; mirtingals, '
inhabitants of Pensacola; but with the by becoming a poor J I remote and in the Legislative Council of them Territory : Hen's fine & low.pMced.shoes&boots.

that LeguUtire Council of the.Territory. All contemptible appendage to Alabama will have at least six voices out of COM.ME1\.C1 1.., I Women'smorocco and prunella ..bCIilldicn' .
he can do,'if he thinks the ,com Why not make an effon'to obtain s shoes, straw bonnets :,
a State thirteen but if annexed
r to Alabama she I
before nication of Sufficient eight, b to by aunt Government of our own I I We shouldexhibit will not have more than that number,out> JPrices"'of Cotton. f Wool bats, beaver bests castor &rerun* .

He perhaps the Legislature, may express at its"his next. .opinion- session.,> as which baa the not only looked instance forward of a with Territory' ho pe, of representation one hundred and would 4 fifty. The weiglatof Chat' it.ton, Ma;..s9.1aa 3sc I' ;Cottori hit cards, ,' s wEt'n'r britfahei. ., /" '
be .
an individual, but officially bye :caa say and pleasure,ta the privilege'*of:self.government favour of Mobile,'and decidedly 4 n hftte coBtintsed to decline. Ia f -. Cotton bagging b ingtwine, ,. ,'".' ,
nothing. This measure is, therefore, ill were'' can we expect thatthe tan P. &> voting hysoa trabd'tbgafi ," ,:., .
we odd
to approve the influence of that city will be exerted ferior sells at.8. to g:testa.- -G > ..
advised and Madeira Teneiflffc and Lisbon wines :--' .
the '
as first has been scheme. : .
;; step a Missouri waited fifteen -
blunder years, to build up Pensacola by diverting' toe topiimeffom 9} to.IOJ, ,FreightshaTing -
it leads one to suspect the decree Louisiana ten and several other T to- trade from herself Cognac brandy, Holland pin; '. -TV .
of sound' which ]. Further, were ,we ad?toced'to' a i- enay ..iot Sap dhewinjrtobacco, eommoa des '.
sense, presided over lies even before -
longer, they asked to become "
attached .-

to Alabama. and should the interests I "
Best broWs .
the whole of these proceedings.'It woiild' States. But 1 assert'that Florida of. Mobile in her round batesy sad 7-8 fpr .tqaarecanse ,-i .JC.Ger coffee ';,_ :":

at least,hare'been decorous to the otter without any addition from:Alabama, nay Councils, veihall thai predominate be ctmpletetyt\ ter some fiatnefiai in the rb,. Cat Hails steel. : i: 2'>vJ->-, -

citizens ot the Territory,Jactooto cou.DIlft become a .State, if,'she choose*, in five paver, ,and eYt'ftJ'obstractio would be Sea'I'laBd te.lrippiDS-t. planter's ,Sweet pU,fcap do.,copperas, "."'.J, .
Walton and scmbla, .and 'Wash-. Y.provided, she.be, I ,to incur thrown in the of advancement .. PCPfter, ce ;. f i.ff '.F .
> way our tr account.. It: its the general asst ta110tf fitldlai <
Qtonto have Brown. "nD I
ascertained, their:scutti: the expense. Our p isabout : ,
eats before opening any correspoo- twenty.'thousand fI- puhti U tm five Mobile would.i out rival permit acola. ,to. opiDibif thztt.e,tatg t portico: bat h' = cider.'inGont bdsPS, -' >, ."' ;. "' a .
as J but'
grow up adopt '
The with the, Governor as st. 'of go, means to cripple and destroy Her; en every.*_ Uplands, } fc Sea Islands .will re- ardor' ,' fesd'lshot1tl@Glt ad sad. .. :!: ,. -' "
spiders :
TT? oveaa .
Cartings,. .t"f.
bays proposed ought to Tetaatta. %Admitting:thit Will only hat Blakeley, a sister City, belonging' to I maiBOteratthejtloseofihyeajpB.ich &OB9 .
preceded the tsst--rrtilrottbe eeoof doable to five ;Uii*will 'rc UI the same State. Heason SdvtntiaA a 3Upl sad ... '. .. .'"
pie West aand as we will su STay. .. .' U rotiser/ : acted, ,.. .
ClDptat Florida, consider poaic tills' a*.an'.Ai':adiction 4ioa'of' forty thousand 'souls, a fact is worth a volume of argument.. 'At Sta i i..' .Salce;to some e fest,hate '.i JA A 'J h.f .'. ;..' _
Y by thirty have been"admitted into'the UDiOb'Wi 'present;we are under the fostering care atto: ., J 'L.'i"b" '! ,'
& in the' 1'beena been; aaade Vttbia*: te4!dtt h ti.isdIis. _
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1 pet 0 di les*. .TWcoia kutit 08 fixes of the General Goorerr3ss wlixh'isdyes did.' -_.,. .
dire eat, :'Leet o.1Jl 4o; '
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f 'r1CAL-'r'---' ---'-- t t ttie S9U\'h; PROSPECTUS' I JAMBS CORNELL.' "THE, c _, iMEL .'

::2\ or THE ,' au r'.f .'n TkfPo (iib t CarPRESENTS .- HMR 'oltti. work is to .......
j : it is now intended to commence .....,, ,u. 'tJaeeIe fcefawaei and
\. For the nMcfe Gazette. As the publication of the Star of ,the WEW.. SERIES I t "to the tcitS!' i.of'.N.tchu' undertaklap 01, th pmnt a-1 e r"4p

t '" r "s.m, J Bern. to love then wAn y.u first t I South, on the firstfi, ,atorday of May nert, OB' THB, of ,Mississippi,; under set,nce of:promoting religi a I',
Came hither -uith mother Is all those who have, or intend to i show sod'
ny pluck persons Cticiatian InqaVmr the influence of such feelings, should' t-th9 ue inecotc1 1e
i
leave? subscribe for it; are eared to send their the and
spirit -
principles
ofThe
the
to individual the
!.appertain? an seeking t
0/mtunJam y dntA.- names (free or postage) to Hilledgeville, WEEKLY PAPER,devoted to free advancement of his own interest, and great Missionary opm tioba :.L:
And 10 tAi Atur, Georgia, by thai time, directed to the inquiry and the cause ofTationalChristianity. usefulness to the community, proposal commenced some years sine*', 1t
I' I could not cease to Ww 10--ytu,*A.care Editor of the Stir of the South. Its Column are open to well to publish in the city of Natchez,a week- numerous Theological BemiDaria I1a4 M"L"

JV tthitif abuse my live/ no, nc. Amji" Although a full prospectus of this pub- written communications from_ persons of ly paper to be called, have' been erected and an still ,
XI lication has been 'in a number of every religious sentiment and profession, -
Cyclopt, Idyll gJrvm printed ,TH.Nat in every?art of, our country,have '
TAe critu., newspapers in the! States of Georgia, and all, whether believers or unbelievers only an injury to true religion
; r
k L. Hunt' ?rats.I South Carolina and Alabama, and a number in revelation, may communicate their l C n C Ne'W8."p8'Pe tended to'' exalt an order< cr:and "' .!

hare lov'd thee from my childhood, of subscribers obtained-yet it may views freely, provided they do not offend And Public ddvertiier height not warranted by'the Hew,sue e

And daily witch'd tby beauties bright, not be amiss again to give the character' good morals, or affect private cba; 'acter. Upon'an Imperial sheet, with new materiali ment. Their numbers and inueace
. Like some sweet flower in Biturers wildwood and terms of the paper. The editor has adopted. this course, froma of the tint quality at the tame price I rapidly extending throughout, .
.. The Star of the South will be devoted full conviction, that freedom inquiry and under similar regulations with other'1, ': of(he community, and threaten the
, Bxnanding iovlief mr sight. to the illustration and defence of the is the sacred duty of man, as responsible Imperial.papers.' ,published in the State. traction of out civil and religious ,

And i have bless'd thy happy lot, interesting doctrine of the Universal holiness to God alone for his opinions, and'th- The materials will probably arrive- about.. ties. Bj means, either direct or it Iibef.
1 Thea doubt me not,oh! doubt one not. and eternal happiness of the -souls truth fears not the fullest investigation, the last of next month, and the first number they are steadily advancing their .
'. \ of all the human family-and the Unity of but is mighty and powerful,and must pre will appear immediately thereafter. and their! 'ascendancy over the ,,m

I have sought thee, when dark sadness God, by a society of Believers on."Christ vail. This work has been in successful J. C. bas no,enemies, and will not deserve I the people: and at no distant period Dca G

I" Weighed down this heart and all wu the Lord. operation for'more than one year; and any. He has friends,and will serve I should their influence continue to S"i

strife TRRMS. having commenced a new series in an them, when it can be done without a sacrifice .(crease, scarcely an individual wilfbi

L When doubt and grief nay, almost mod octavo form, it is well 'worthy the atten of propriety. He knows no, par found willing to incur the hasird of ,
The Star of the South will be printedon tion of liberal minded men, not only u a if there be he does I Oil
not belong
ness, ty ; one, I posing any of their schemes The
I ,
Cbe uer'd all m) path of life, good paper,and with a fair type every medium of valuable information respecting to it. He invests his all in this attempt nicious effects of. clerical domination Pet
For I did love thee-can it be forgot f other Saturday, at g 1 50 per annum, the progress of free inquiry, but as arecord and will with cheerfulness, succeed or this country, may be. inferred from b
on the receipt of the first num- the advances of the human mindin the
payable of
then fail be shall deserve.He .
Oh never, never, doubt me not. as history of other countries,and '
ber, to the Editor at Milledgevjlle, Georgia divesting itself of those prejudiceswhich hAd commenced considerable ought tan'
a ly to be guarded against There'are
Yes, I have felt, ,when but a boy whose name will] appear-or g2 in have hitherto proved fatal to the setting forth of his republican principles ;. ready few.who have sufficient firmnento|L.

The power thy smile pOlSell'd o'er me, three months thereafter.It hap !,iness of the human family. of his determination to be indefatiga61eandzealoUl present these men before the pubfe
Then life itself reveal'd no joy, will be folded and stitched in a 3 2 mo. Terms subscription g3, per annum, ( of his devotion to the public their true colors ;, and hence the i ia
form, of 13 in each number, or within six months, orS 2 50 if project
Unless that bites was shared with thee pages? payable weal with all the customary XT CXTXftjis of their success, and our danger, U '
Sweet remembrance-time cannot blot, more-but will be increased in the number paid in advance ; no subscription received of an editorial DiBtrr\ but has erased ly increased. |rttf*
of Pages,*in proportion as the number for less tnan sir months, g 1 50 payable ,
"r from memory's page' then doubt me not the whole,and means the same,and more*
of subscribers may increase. in advance. Those who become',responsible Pfora these COftiideraUons! and to etpose
by
Karde saying I WILL DO MY DUTY.
It is hoped that piblishers, will be and pay .fur five copies, shall Natcbez I tbe corrupt,: pompous,'and_ fuhiot
February 13,1826.NOTICE.
-.- believed, when they state that their object receive a sixth gratis.f ; 17 'I IL able religion inculcated and. supported
is not to collect funds, but to disseminate Communications, free' of postage addressed : by pensioned_order of men, the fa
A1@lNG.
what they believe. to be highly to B Bates,480 Broadway, New ferme.r.was commenced* The extended
(-- ----- __ interesting information i to their fellow. York, will receive immediate .ttu-, :L ETTERS of 1''Administration on the circulation of the work among the reflectJSSSR -

; S Remarkable instance of instinct. creatures ; and to secire which they : Editors \ aperii friendly to free inqut- I having been D'rarii-.c1 ot tie} e UD"J"er deceased ing'and. better ut'of theca. .r.--. '

'_u Tell H," says Dr. Buchanan, solicit communication from cien of genius I ry, are respectfully requested to
in a letter to his fritnd--<' that Ivrite generally-and for this purpose, the :. Above an insertion in their papers cambia.:; all persons having-demand..++' the publication may .be more general*
' Star will sustain such that maybe intended Just Published gainst said estate are requested to jjresent 1 be
this at the bottom of a lofty known, consequently more usefeL
mountain called Cape Comorin to dispute its general doctrine ; but at the above place, the work of the distinguished the same inirsediately, and those indebt he has teen induced to present some no.
the of must aluaysbe I
right animadversion RAMMOUON ROY, the East ed are desired to make payment to tice of it in amore public way than vuat '
I vhose rocky head seems to over allowed to the Editor, but which will
Hunt neither
W.-Basel
bound in I first done. Being under'juriidiction &
Reformer handsomely .
hang its base. The birds which be exercised in the spirit i of candor and India ; influence of %
with likeness of this nor any partita
tender. I sheep, a correct eoiinept I .Administrator.
with the politeness of gentlemen,
build the pendulous nests here tar[ the Jifftrmar will not be
are
ness of Christians, consideration ot philosophers man, $ 2 SIn Pensacola, Jan 27,1826488w.FOR sect, cauJa!
55 numerous. At night their little : and a love of I[brothers, whom its boards, 2 00 I an instrument. }: advancing! the views of
habitations are lighted up, as if to i s believed all mankind are. Without likeness, 2 and.1 75 SALE. interest of any but trill rebuke evil
whenever met with and pursue the line
ace company 4.the sagacious little : Editors of papers injthe; Southern and 'QjTXHG] subscriber Executor of the last of truth marked out by the precepts of(
bird fastens a bit of clay to the top Western States, who are friendly to the \\R.ENJ"P, fejan Will and Testament Francisco Divine Revelation, regardless of t&*

of the-nest, and then picks up a firefly liberty of the mind, and, free above investiga often committed to Jail on the 29th Touard, late of Pensacola deceased, offers frowns_or the censures of those, .bo.
tion will insert the as AND 1
please
: and sticks it on the top to illumine think ult. a negro man .who calls ,for sale the following property, belong- from interest, prejudice,;or caprice, D1t
as they may proper.i ; himself ing to the Estate of the said deceased: viz become its .'
r the dwelling, which consists Fide and Amore. The undivided half of a Tract of Land opposers .

of two rooms. Sometime there ; 3 ;mAm containing Terms, &&

are three or four fireflies, and Drawing of the|Grand coruolidat- }) The Reformer is -ublithed In periodl

their blaze of light in the little THE Lottery took place in Washington t ) ,6 feet and three quarters of an
cell daisies the eyes of the ball, City on the 26th ,ult. The following were ri/ ) inch high, of black complexion, first of each inonth, at One Dollar yeaf
which often kill the birds." tbe numBers drawn and in the order iri t.5rhe has a bold look &a disposition Situated North East of Bayou dela payable advance. The sixth year itnow .
young which they stand viz : : a&i *ito be very talkative ; he says he Trucha, on the ba/of San Mary de Gal- completed; and the seventh con
,-l ...1 ltl "b.- about twenty one miles from the 1326. Some
11 85 .98t4;\ I is about twenty-ceven years of age, and vez .- roenced January copies may
Persons: having prize tickets in the above {belongs to Mr. Isaac Harrel, living in City of Pensacola : and aHOUSE yet be' had from the beginning of tba
{ work but are At liberty to continence
VI. invited tuem < Green County, State of Mississippi. No persons
Lottery, are to deposit
I M & LOTin at period, and withdraw theit
the heirs of Turner with the subscriber, with orders tomvebt* other identifying marks perceptible.F. iuuu any '
Stark, the their proceeds in the tickets of some un. S. Chapman, 0 subscriptions whenever notice is give,
and are paid. Orders from a.
heirs of Jos. PhilIN PARTITION.JobndelaRua arrearages
:. lips, R. K. Call!, drawn, Lottery.W. Hasell t 1 F Commyna, the' City of Pensacola, fronting on ny part of tae Union pott paid, enclotinr
James Ramage, & Hunt. City Consta hic.. Aleaniz Street, said lot containing 52 feet the amount of subscription and directed-
all others concern- ..5Peator Yates and Mclniire, Pensacola, May 5th, 1826-10-tf. front 80 feet deep'and known in the to T. R. Ga.tel,290 North Third Street,
J Pensacola 19th May 1826. Plan the City number 112. Philadelphia will be attended to without

d.IN pursuance of a writ of partition, is "FoleaLE. The above-1>>roperty will be sold on delay. '

auedfrom the Superior Court, in and DAVID C. P1JNKHAM, credit-one half of the purchase. moneyto Those who procure ten subscriber
for the Western District of Florida, to us 1 half lot No. 297, 40 feet be paid in one year and the remainderin and become responsible for the amount of

directed, and returnable at the next term Counsellor at Law. :; ONE on Se villa Square, by two yean Payment to be securedby their subscriptions, shall be entitled t9

of said Court, we.the undersigned parti- HAVING fixed his residence at Pensa. f it 170 feet deep with the buildings antes. wtith a mortgage on the. pr.mites a copy gratiaTfaecmbilus

Boners will proceed to make partition of practice law, in the courts, thereon. R. G a tes.

certain tract of land, lying and being in of Escambia! Walton, Jackson, Gadsdenand One quarter of a,lot, No. 112, 57 feet Desiderio Quinft* Philadelphia Jan. 10,, 1826.

Escambia County.! ontaining four hundred Leon Counties, and also at. Mobile. fr41t on Alcanes Street, by 86 feet fronton Pensacola 17th March. ,18263tf.. oJ: Editors of papers ,who will give
arpens more or less, commonly call. He may be found at his t office next doo Cuna Street. '_ JJ "l this advertisement few-iucrtbn., aai

ed the Gonzales tract; held by the afore- below the Post Office. 1 One quarter of a lot No. 111. 48 feet_ i1tt UO\D8," (forward paper containing it to the 1caforinei
-; said John de la Run, the heirs of Turner PeDacol"" April 14th, 1$26 -tf font on Cuna Street by 80 feet in depth. shall .
Palmer Philadelphia, receive t&Q
Amos
Stark,the heirs of Jos Phillips, R. K. Call One half of a lot No. 111,43 feet front RECEIVED per Brig
; York and Harriet from thanks of the Editor,and the numberfor
,
and James Ramage, as tenants in com Warehouse at St. Marks. 01 said Cuna Street, by 170feetin depth. one
x mon-and this notice is given tc the a For terms apply toAmbrose Orleans, year
tpresaid tenants and all others concerned, Pint!E subscriber bas lately erected neat A Caro Thirty eight COM and Bale Dry Goodi, T. 11. G.

i to shew caws, if any they have, why the JL the landing at St. Marks,.a commodious -I1I led la the,teuton comprising- .. 1 ....
tforesaid tract of land should not be partitioned and secure WAREHOUSE, where or to Super Cambric Prints, YoticeYYLiCXTIONhabeenhkdetothe
-pursuant to an act 14 to providefor he is prepared to receive goods, eithei Juan Mal ;osa. Common do. do,

the partition of lands in this 'Territory. on Storage or Commission. Pemsaeola, May 5th. 1826-10-tf. French Callicoei, .R.
." Said partition to be entered up.non I Wnn Wright.St. Carabricks, Jackonet Lawn 13m Bank'of the United States for ltd

the.seventh day of July next. Marks, Dec. Iflth,.18262i'-tf. LIVE OAK. Bombazette, assorted"colours, renewal vii of the following described note,'
: .
Hy. Michele elegant worked robes,
NE1COMMISSIONERS' Or,14jasnixoroit ? Hosiery D.No. 16, payable to Benjamin .
Jos. C. Keyser, MAIL .A.RRA.NGEMENT. 27th March 186. 5 Lace ball dresses, Morgan,at the, Office of Discount
Brown&bleached &
# 1 shirting sheeting
proposals will be received and Deposit N.'Orleans dated Philadelphia
Francisco P. Palmes SEALED do. do.
,I Claiborne Mail. 31st day of July next, for Superfine and furniture 5th April, 1819, S 100
Joseph Noriega; 1 the supply of Live Oak timber for the Plaids Stripes, Indigo No1619,payableto Cfaas. S.
P. Alba \tiE on Thursday at 3 P.. M. frames of three frigates, cut to moulds- checks shirting, ticking &c. ,&c. West;at do.date,lit May, 1825,. 100
IJKff Closes on Friday at 12 A. M. 12 boxes boots& shoes fine& coarse,
one of which, with 1800 cubic feet of pro- H.,No. 34, payable Joseph
F 2 trunks LadieS.ilk Mohair and Mo-
Henry Wilson, Tallahassee Mai1. mil 10us timber, to be delivered on or ; Saul, at do.dat* tow'May tats; 109

Geo. R. A. Kicketts.Pentacola before the 1st day of September, 1827, at roccosboes, I I E. No.4T16.payable to Chaj.S.retatdo.date2dttayl825 '
other
Due every Monday at 6 P. M. 5 crates&'5 hhdju crockery china and
each the New
of Navy Yards at Boston 59
1st June 1S26.- -4t. Closes the following Tuesday at 6 t glass ware.. : ,
York and Philadelphia. Also for nine W. 9749. date 4th
o'clock P. 11. : MmCr Oct.
y ,
trunks assorted
4 cases 2 Saddlery, ,
-- ;-ive Oak beams for a frigate of the 1st 1824, 10
: i S AN OKIHNANUE, W. Hasell Hunt, class,to he delivered at the Navy Yard at 10'case. super,fine,com'n & wool bats A. No.2542"payable to J,Coney ,

Regulating Drays in the City Port Matter.Pensacola New York. 13-lOt. 2 trunks fine cutlery, at Philadelphia Jan..1817, 29
April 25th 1826-9-3t. 2 cases 2 trunks ready made clothing, A. No.1314'payabk to-p.8ei
ip
Peneacola.J 1 5 old
of pipes Cog.Brand1,
I Arthur p. at Phi1.delphia.ln.laa.1817. 39
Ha nc, 1 pipe one 4 pipe old Madeira wine, ....
>E it Ordained by the Board of Wilde i S 50 REWARD. f'. : :
sacks alt
--J men of the City !Pensacola That from : m ANA WAY, from the residence of John Darrington, 100 ground ::. 4-1. 8 40 .
4 tons iron assorted .
iZes, '. ?, ...
and after the passing of this Ordinance > Judge Gamier on the 26th of April Adm'r. and Catha- >IN PARTITION' 4 bundles steel '
the price of Drayage shall not exceed last, two negroes, vieBILLF/ tine King, The airore-mentioaed: notes were cue
I 3 casks hoes
thirtyone&nd a fourth cents per load I' & the heirs Adm'x.J'J 13 chests fresh, assorted I: closed'in'a:letter.of instructions,deliver
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transported to any part of the city. For about 35 of 5 King 2 boxes qr. mustard ed toCapt.Audreit Boyd; of the Se6ooaa'.Cataiae.ofjNew *
: every offence against this section, the 6 inches years age to a writ of Partition, di- -Yort. which vefsel
feet and box
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high PURSUANT
.. Drayman, or owner of the Drav shall forfeit ? from the Superior Court 5' Cayenne pepper, went to sea from;this port on the J1t&
and pay the sum of th dollars. p LUCY,. for the Western District of Florida, re- 20 bbls.hhds,freA Orleans"floor sugar new crop. ,'"- fo. day of'8 pt. ;Z825" bound to Rag+d!**

2. He it further Ordained. That hen about 45 years old, 5 turnable at the next term of said Court, < ., Zomf,fora( 'Cargo of salt, sad not bsvugaince

any Drayman or owner of a Dray, shall berequested _feet ,5 inches ,high, we will, on the tenth day of July next, 20 bags H>v.anaKreen co ffae. '., ; .beeabeacd, of it b supposed. periab

A to transport any merchandize, dark mulatto. The above reward will be proceed to make partition of a certain ALSO IK STORE r.., ed. at ac .-:., -. ,
'" wood, lumber or any other article, usual paid on delivering said slaves, to me in tract of land bounded as follows : 70 ps. Kentucky bagging. ...t'. .,1t.; .: Sione .& NisbeiFeusacola
to be transported in Drays, it shall be his Pensacola, or I will pay 25 for either. Beginning at'Galvez'. spring and running 45 pa. Scotch do. :... / .1896--20.-a6mr
duty.tocomplyunlesspreviouslY engaged Ieo.. w. due north and west therefrom, so far I 12 pI.Tow >., da.. .' \ *!+': ,'*, .. ,10th May, ,
'.. to perform similar services, or without I ,Barkley. AI to include said aprin{,..and containing' 70 calsbafe rope, ,;. : .. -
; S sons other excuse deemed sufficient, by I (OThe: Editor of.the Mobile Register eight hundred superficial arpens J' slit 250 pounds bailing twine, ,r Mr.J 0 tfer8in'; S Le t 81" i
the Ibyor; and for each refusal...or noncompliance : is requested to ,insert this twice, and forward also,"* certain other tract of land near the 2 tons assorted casting, "
,he shall forfeit and pay the the account to this office. City of Pepsacola,'and separated from one 15 boxes old claret.,]' J. B. Yates.& A.M'Inuis
of three dollars. .Pen.cola.l6th May, 1826-13-3t. 4 boxes,old the con
Bum of the fauxbuurgs thereof;by a street six porti; been honored with
3. Be it further Ordained.That all Drays ty feet wide, having twenty-five arpens 30 bbls. whiskey, HAVING Mr. ,EFFEBSON'S tOTTEKY -

shall be numbered on the near shaft,in .a 4 LT. ront on said street, and running back so 10 Wood's patent pioughf, respectfully iafofnfrthe Fubfift
conspicuous manner and the number shall far as include in the said tract eight 20 kegs grUund paints,assorted cobun, that every thing.nmpcJ in regard bet
))specified in the licenses to be taken Bushels Allum Salt, earga I hundred arptns. The whole owned:in 75 kegs tar, and that'the. Tidkets will beread7 .
out by the owner of the Dray, and for ftllJ of Schr.Hone Return, from fee staple by the said Arthur P. and thee Sides roil leather, deUvcry in a tery short time; and tt 5

Bon compliance with tbis section, the Ragged Island,just landed and for : heirs of the late Wm. King deceased, as Sides er clov, plan aide kaown ID its'particular}. '
t Drayman or owaer of the' Dray shall .not 1 low.. Enquire at the store of J. Forsythor tenants.in common thereof. Calves' kiDl, 11480 Ghanctt art Jlxtd c* &*
be.entitled to receive drayaf .of the subscriber. D. L. Clinch 8 bbls loaf and lump luggr,
5- *4' Bi is further Ordained, That J. Jemeonir.Pensacols 30 baskets sweet oiU Dollar each.A .

the owner of any'dray shall be liable for May 15th. 1826. A., W. Thornton, 25 boxes assorted window gian boofc will b?opened on SiturjTnext

-any damage or injury done, cf goods v Philip Wager 45 kegs cut nails,' at the.Managers' Oficer Pe*** ,
I .through the carelessness or negligence of qr. casks:MideirarTeaerifle And filb-, niaA.eauq where appHestioaa **"sjjet

the drive Cordial,' Bitters, &c.HPDHE James Ramage, _. lag wine,,for aleb Y- willbe, received fSsrU tiaadGtle ,+

5. Be farther.: Ordained?That all fines subscriber has lately received J Thomas Wright Stone &: Nisjbet.December nJJ ftgnature,:ercthtnri**' *
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w S and forfeitures' provided,for in this, Ordinance tas consignment, Penmeola, tat June, 1836-14-4u .10*: 1825." oJ ,' 'arLe\taJ,, post '.psi, :enela indus
shall. be recovered: by compjaint, 15 cases Liqueurs assorted l ', : cf,the .chaaees.deakedbytsew -
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before the Mayor, for the benefit of the ; 'ten 'willbe careful] atteaded WftJ.
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fessed, 'Kay 31st, 1826> &:. bbls._ 'cheny: bounce>> GfDHAT.at.the next terra .of the Hoa. as.PriniETON: ,, ,KjpectfuBy. I,. JW". ..'dt1.r'JO

P,, Alba, Pratt. .,: 41. the County.Court will present the Informithe:Ltdieftv; .', Feu ofrimd d '..f;'
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4 .u.-J' All of which will'be'sold wry. few. to. etotc I Recto deceased.; ,. r0 -liwaYb4.g CRitkti rt ._1. .', '.. A., ".',.1ti, i
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