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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: July 22, 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 )
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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.
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: PvatllBED :EVERY SAt'CBDJ.Y.BY'V. {imitationsand, restrictions, exist-{representatives, to deposited!'I In the State of Maine, one thou. In the rerritory of

HASELL HUNT. ing in the case of goods, wares, for safe keeping, in the office of sand two hundred dollars, for i two hundred dollars for Michigan, a,

.' Sot EDITOR.urn PRO PTLIZTOR ; and merchandise, transported by the Clerk of the District Court of building a pier, on Steel's Leap, Survey of LaPlaisance ,Bay making to ascertain aI

PulKshcroftheLerwiofthe United States any of the routes before mentioned. the United States, within whoteditrict nearthe.( Harbour. of Belfast.In I tjhe expediency of

I and of tie Territory of Flrida.I Approved, May 20th, 1826. such houses, lots, atod' the State: of ,Massachusetts, I ing the navigation thereof improv and the
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SVUC.UTloK-Year -a lands'may lit> three thousand five hundred dollars of -

S Half year 3.1 50 [PUBLIC-No. 63.] Approved; May 20, 1826. .. ,.for the. preservation of the expense Sec. 2. And effecting be it the'same.
Quarter year An to enable the President of the United furtherenact" *1
act -
point: of.land
) PiinCCoiwTnHarbour.
Subscriptions payable in advance. States to hold a Treaty with the [PUBLIC!olo 68.] forming nit That she 'eYfl_ ijLiamr hcnrin ,

AmrsBTisrHG-Every advertisement Choctaw and Chicasaw nations of In An act to allow compensation to such appropriated be, and the- tame ,are' ..
or the width of one column and measuringnot dians. witnesses on the part of the United In the State of New York, fifteen hereby, directed to be paid oat of

more than twelve lines of this type, Be\\ it enacted by the Senate and States, as may be imprisoned to compel thousand dollars,for building I any money in the Treasury not .:
otherwise
first insertion onedollareach weekly continuance attendance in Court, on account
their and
Rouse of Representatives of the a pier repaiting the old one,
and wider appropriated.
fifty cents; longer thei.- to security in a
of inability give
ones at the same rate. Rule and figure United'State. of America, in Congress recognisance.Be at the mouth of Buff aloe Creek: Approved, May 20,1826.Franc .

work, double price for the first insertion. assembled, That the sum of it enacted by the Senate and and three thousand dollars for ( -No. 72.) _.'.",:.... a -

Advertisements will be tastefully displayed twenty thousand dollars be, and the i clearing out and deepening the An act to provide for erecting*a Peniten.' '

according to the nature of them, and House of Representatives of I Harbour of Sackelt's Harbour. tiary in the District of Columbia, and
will be measured by matter of: this size the same is hereby, appropriatedto United States of America, in Congress for other purposes.
In the State of
type. When inserted at intervals, (that: defray the expenses of treatingwith assembled, That the Mar- .I Delaware, twenty Be it enacted by the Senate and -

is,not inserted every week,from the first the Choctaw and Chicasaw shals for the several Districts and two thousand dollars for building House of Representatives of the

to the last insertion) each insertion will nations of Indians., for the purpose Territories for the, United States, piers, at proper sites, in the United States of America, in Congress

be charged as a new advertisement- of extinguishing their titles to River Delaware, at New Castle,
sich assembled That
be authorized to pay personsas the President
Amounts for advertising payable alwayson limits of the Stateof and three thousand dollars for repairing
lands within the
demand. may have been, or shall -hereaf. of the United States be, and

03:: Liberal contracts will be madewith Mississippi. The said sum to ter be, imprisoned on account of the old piers at the same he is hereby, authorized and required

those who wish to advertise by the be paid out of any money in the inability to give security in a recognizance place, and deepening the water a- to appoint three commis

year. Treasury not otherwise appropriate tor their attendance' as round them. : sioners, whose duty it shall be to
OCj: Communications!' directed toV.. In the Stae of Ohio, i five thou- select
witnesses on behalf of the United a proper site in the Districtof
Pensacolawill
Hasell Hunt Post Master
,
sand six hundred and dollars
be duly attended to. Sec. 2. And be further enacted, States, the same sum, for tachday's twenty Columbia, on which to erect a

That, for the purpose of negocia- imprisonment as is provided to remove obstructions at the Penitentiary, for the said District.

a-Laws the UnitedStates.- ting said treaty on the part of the by law for witnesses actually mouth of Grand River ; twelve Sec. 2. And be it further enacted a

of United States the President shall thousand dollars for the same purpose That
I
attending Court under process : as scon as the said\ cOl1 mis-
be and he is hereby authorizedto at the ''mouth of Ashtabula sioners shall
: Provided, the said allowance be have selected the :said
\:' "" .. Commissioners, after Creek ; two thousand dollars for site
; and
., "' .li\i : ? appoint first fixed and .certified by the pro- the President of the United
'S." ...:...,. \) ..;". \. v. the adjournment of the the same purpose, at the mouth of States shall
:IIL: J."' present in of juror have approved
: '=-Y>!"'''' ..... per Judge, as case
:. .... .....:. 43....' .,.";1"_,:_tq_: ,-."\:::. Session of Congress, or at an ear- Approved May 20,1826.PUBLICNo. Cunningham Creek ; and five thereof, it shall be the duty of the
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-J.....,...a.... ..... ."'- I ,;. __ ..ait .. r._ ..,:rk.' :> ;' .:;>-= Her period if practicable, and to [ 69.] thousand dollars, for the same purpose Commissioners of the Public
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1p ..:.':,,:"".). ...',:,., ",.","'\ -;...-: ';-.o#.;=.. fix their compensation, so as not An act authorizing the payment o/ Interest in -IIuron River; and four Buildings to cause to be built
.4 '':' i.: due to the State of Delaware. : hundred dollars for
: making a survey -
.J exceed what has been heretofore
; (i I" ..',4Lir,9: to thereon, of substantial materials,
:.i. r ,
'it' i'- :L \ C V} .. ,,=_t fallowed for like ervice5.Appro.ed a Penitentiary for the said District
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1'.A!L"JJ;. .-'"""' ',,':,..., '"..t......".. ,\ ,. May 20,1826.PUBLIC House Representatives of the United expediency and expense of con- sufficiently large to contain
r+\ .iT: 'I"' f J States of America, in Congress -
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.: i1I.;' ', '4-. '0..:'-\-. structing piers to improve the na.
and
'l- eighty cells other
'" -_=f"U.. separate ,
(!J J.: .,'. :'-" O,'"I"j'"\ i[: -No. 64.] assembled, That the_ proper vigation thereof, and of placing fcr the resi
'- 'V; I' .. I \\1 !\, An act to regulate the summoning of Accounting Officers of the Treasury therein.In I necessary apartments, .
; tl ,, :4. buoys dence the
f t\; :'. 0 <> Grand Jurors in the District Courts. be, and they are of. Keeper of the said
t : ; Department the State of Maine, two hundred
\ iJ,. ". 't j : ;'L-' 'f' ft.",.. ;If jtto Be it enacted by the Senate and hereby, authorized and directed I dollars for making a Penitentiary, and other purposts)

;: House of Representatives of the surveyto and on a plan to be approved by
settle
and the claimof
.. to liquidate
.. ;: ascertain the practicability and
the President of the United States
United States of America, in Congress ,
the State of Delaware againstthe
of obstructionsto
r. utility removing
... irt 'or'4 assembled That from and and enclose the same in a securely
,
;, United States for interest
; ) upon in River
:? o: navigation Pisquataqua -
_,; ''ft !:' 9 after the first day of August next, walled yard of sufficient dimensions : .
borrowed and
loans or moneys and the of effectingthe
the Clerks of the District Courts expense to allow room employ) the
-- her for the
actually expended by ,
same.
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of the United States shall not issue convicts whc may be there confined
and benefit of the United
)3y4TTJJoRJTf. use ; In the State of Massachusetts, at kind of labour which
Pt'I'Llc-No.56. a process to summon, or cause I States, during the late war with five hundred dollars for making any
]
[ be found .
to be returned to session of the may: most profitable.Sec. ",
An act to authorize a subscription for any i Great Britain. surveys of the following places, to .
.
3. And be
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stock, on the part ofthe United States, said Courts, a Grand Jury, unless i Sec. 2. And be it further enacted wit : the flat on. the north-west : further enacted,

in the Louisville and Portland Canal by special order of the District I That in That, for the purpose of defraying
ascertaining a- side of the Harbour of Edgar- I the expense cf erecting the said
Company.Be Judge.
of interest aforesaid dueto I
enacted the Senate and mount town to ascertain the practicability there is
it by Approved, May 20,1826.PUBLIC building hereby appropriated
the State of Delaware the following
of building a Light House
House of Representatives of the the sum of forty thousand dollars

United States of America, in Congress [ -No. 65.] rules shall be understoodas thereon, and the utility of the i to be paid out of an)* money

assembled, That the Secretary An act declaring valid and legalizing certain applicable to, and governingthe same to navigation, and of pre : ia the Treasury, not otherwise ap-

of the Treasury be, and he sales of Land in the State of Mis- case to wit : First, That inter venting the said harbour: from propriated. -

sissippi.Be est shall not be computed on any filled with sand.
being
is authorized and directed up
hereby Sec. 4. And be it further .
it enacted by the Senate and enacted -
sum which Delaware has not expended The bar at the Mouth ofMerri-
to subscribe for, or purchase, in That it of 1n
House shall be the duty
of Representatives of the and
for the benefit
of
use
mack River and the practicability -
the name and for the use of the ,
the said Commissioner of the Public
United States of America in Congress
United evidenced
the States as
by of the channel
United States not deepening over :
exceeding one
,
; assembled; That the sales : the amount refunded or repaid to the and the Harbour of :1 Buildings to cause the present -
thousand shares_ of the capital same, Hyannis fail
the of
of land lying in Monroe County United in city Washington to
Delaware by the States. Sound
stock of the Louisville and Port- in the Vineyard to
in the State of Mississippi, which Second. That no interest shall be be so altered and repaired, as t:>
ascertain what
land Canal and improvements can
to
Company,
pay make it suitable convenient
have been sold a
the Land
at offices ) *
for the same, at such times, and. paid on any sum on which she has be made in the same for the safe healthy and comfortable prison
of ,
Huntsville and
in such be Tuscaloosa, not paid interest. Third, That. anchorage of vessels, and the expense
proportions, as may required since the thirtieth of October, for the-use of the city and countyof
when the principal, or of
of, and paid by other stock any part effecting severally these for the
eighteen hundred and Washington, making
twenty-two, it has been or refunded
paid by .-
holders of said out of objects.In
,
company
aad of which the
are hereby legalised, and declared finishing repairs,
the United Stales, or plac.
in the money the State of Connecticut
Treasury not
any money sum of five thousand dollars is
valid as though made at the
proper ed in the hands of Delaware for
otherwise Provided four hundred dollars for
appropriated : making
be
Land hereby appropriated to paid
offices and that ,
; patentsbe that the interest the
said shares can be procuredfor issued for them in the purpose, on a survey of Sangatuck River and out of any money in the Treasurynot '.,
same sum or sums so paid or refunded
a sum not exceeding one hun for Harbour, and to ascertain the expediency otherwise .
appropriated.Sec.
manner as other lands sold at ,
shall cease and not be consideredas ;
dred dollars eaclu and of
the Land offices at Huntsville and chargeable to the United States expense removing 5. And be further enact .i't,
Sec. And be enacted the obstructions to the navigation the '
2.
further ed That
Tnscaloosa. said Commissioners ;:
than to the time of ,
longer
That the of the Treasury any up thereof,and facilitating the commercial : "
Secretary Approved, May 20,1826.PUBLIC as aforesaid.Sec. shall also select a site in the county
shall Tote for President and .. repayment intercourse between the
Alexandria, for a county jail, on ,
3. And be itfuther enacted
Directors of said according [ -No. 66: port of Sangatuck and the City of
Company, ] That of interest when when it shall be the. duty of the ,
the amount
of An act appropriating a sum of for New York. ,
to such number shares, money I. Commissioner of the Public Build
the repair of the Post Road from the ascertained as aforesaid, shall be In the State of New York. two
end shall receive the said
upon ChaUahoochie 'to Line Creek in in the ings to cause a county j-ul l, for the
the paid out of'any money [ ] hundred dollars for a
stock the proportion of the tolls making survey -
State of Alabama Treasury not otherwise city and county Alexandria, to -.

t which shall, from time to time, Be it enacted by the Senate and appropriated. Oswego Bay and Harbour, be erected and finished on a plan

be due to the United States, for House of Representatives of the I Approved, May 20,1826.PUBLIC for ascertaining the expediencyand to be approved by the President, if
of
the share aforesaid. I United State of America, in Congress [ -No 10.] expense constructingpiers of the United States. And thereis ',;

JOHN TAYLOR, I assembled, That the sum of! An act authorizing the importation, of to improve the navigation hereby appropriated!l for the :u
Speaker of the House of Representatives., Statues of George Washington and A- thereof.
.six thousand dollars be and the i building of the said jail the sum
.
JOHN C. CALHOUN same is lexander Hamilton, free of duty. In the State of Pennsylvania,one! often thousand dollars, to oe paid
Vice-President of the United States, and hereby appropriattd, for i Be it enacted by the Senate and
President of the Senate. the repair of the Post Road in the I hundred dollars, to defray the expense out of any money lit, the Treasury
House
Approved, May 13th, 1826. Indian country between the Cha- of Representatives of the of a survey of the public not otherwise approprined.Approved ,;

JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. tahoochie and Line Creek United States of America, in Congress piers at'Cheste r in the River Delaware May 20, ifs'.26 .4,

4- State Alabama in the I assembled, That the Washington I in order,to determine the -.--r1TIea1A.---_... .- : ..-.- '--
to be
: [PUBLIC-No. 62.] under the direction; expended Monument Association, in I expediency of accepting the cession \ .-
of the Postmaster .
in at to allow the transportation of Massachusetts, be, and are hereby, thereof made by the State of -

goods, wares, and merchandise, to Aiul General, aid that it be authorized to import into the United Pennsylvania and the of

from Philadelphia and Baltimore, by paid out of any money in the Trea- States from the City of London expense From the "Yew York Statesman.
the of Lancaster and York, or by repairing the same. He '
way sury, not otherwise appropriated. Statue free has no.Wife.
a Washington,
the mail route. Approved, 20. 1826. lu the State of North Carolina wife-he's
May of and that the Merchants' He has no quite alone,
Be it enacted by the Senate and ... duly
thousand dollars for Unsought unhappy and unknown
oDe making ;
House of Representatives of the [PUBLIC-No. Exchange Company, of the city of His days pass by, nor pleasure give, ,
67.J) a survey of the Swash, in Pam >ti-
United States of America, in Con An act to perpetuate the evidence relating New York, be and they art hereby ; He breathes, methinks, .but does not. lire .. V,
Sound Ocracock Inlet ,
co near
: greet assembled, That any goods, to the tale dwelling houses, lots, authorized to import into the I )

wares and merchandise, which and lands, for the ,non-payment of direct United States for the use of the for the purpose) of ascertaining He has \\'ire-he does not know,

,, taxes due the United States. in the whether the channel through the The joys, from wedded life that flow j .
lawfully might be transported to Be it enacted by the Senate and new Exchange Building, same can be deepened ; and also His absence there is none'to mourn.
from the City of I city of New York, a statue of A-
or Philadelphia House : No eye looks bright at his return.
of Representatives of the one of Cape Fear, River, below the
of
and Baltimore the of lexander Hamilton, free dUfy. .
by
way .
United States :
of America, in Congress 20 town of Walmington, [Wilmington He has wife his
Elklon, Bohemia and Frenchtown, Approved, May ,.182. no jO'll.fe few
Pen. assembled, That, where sales [P0Buc-: 71.J ,] foi the sam purpose, and also Though he is rich and healthy too ;
and Port
Appoquinimink shall have been made of any dwelling An act for improving certain harbours and for a survey of Roanoke Inlet How selfish he,who will not share C

New Castle, Christiana Bridge, houses, lots or lands, to satisfy the navigation of certain Rivers and I and Sound, with the view of ascertaining His wealth with woman, chaste and fair.
Newport or Wilmington, or to direct Creeks, and for authorizing*surveys to I
taxes imposed thereon I practicability of making -
any !
and from the City of Philadelphiaand be made of certain Bays, Sounds, aDd I He has no wife-no prattler smile -
by virtue of the laws of the a peimanent ship channel be.
of Rivers therein mcnt olied. !Or lisping.tongue,his bout beguile;,
Baltimore, by the way United States, the Secretary of Be it enacted by the Senate and tween Albermarl Soucd and the .His heart no kind attachment knows .

.. Appoquiuimink and Sassafras River the Treasury shall, so far as practicable House Representatives of the U. Atlantic p'ctan. at.Roanoke Inlet :Regardless both of friend and foe.

t shall and may be lawfully cause such of the books, nited States of America in Congress or else where, and' 0 statement-of ; -Z
He has "iCe-and is it meet,
and from the no
transported to City
and other documentary evidence assembled.; That the follow I the costs of effecting, severally .That man should liye to drink and eat.?: -
of and Baltimore
Philadelphia by relating to the assessment of such ing sums of money be, >,and the: these objects > i For this did the Alt l Pty hand ; -

the'way of Lancaster and York, taxes and, to advertising and same are hereby, appropriated, to I In the State' of'Alabama'! *' a sum i Form man tkeftliekncU 4

or by the mail route, and shall be sale of such houses lots and lands direction of -
be ,applied under:the exceeding ten thousand dollars : .
;
entitled fce wifeJ-w-eH, beltsoHU -. ,
to all tlje benefits and ad- for the non-payment_ thereof, as thc, President of.,the'United: States; for the purpoie of removing: Wtfo days are irambered here' Below, ;'j '. ..

Damages, and shall be subject to may remain in the hands of the to accomplish the herein the obstructions and dee whence -
ail ,purgoses. J I ,) ;.1nl'!He soon roust go, none retirn.,

the provisions, regulations, -assessors aa d collectors; or their mentioned to wit-- -: !Harbour_ of Mobile .0 .. .A pd t4 en: hb rfcjand. cat will mourn., \

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r For-/Pcntacola Ga=lttt. our country is indebted. to* the rates others, will peruse his .gain be ited14tli he dtd of .the" .country, hfe neTCt'. rna4 .' ;l 1

with Their scenes of the Jilt tsSing'l'mention to of his .
To ICAWOD GBANE Esq. Board of Navy Commissioners.! speeches eagerness. one coti'eiiid.cuts .
pungency .will commend them lo ,are this'morning informed.b thata grafif of land in.Ffori.J
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The itlf.named, Bard of, BarrancaHail it .satirical. and their rancour to sicians .that two cases occurred- da hi.d.been made by Congress 'to
.. in Loflhlantz V
,
distorts Slaveryjirohibition the malicious. all these last which unequivocally the for the
) Zar \ late
The servile imitator's strains ; I \ will be read, and by many better, pronounced to be i yellow f vel'. and dumb, ; how it escaped his

: Whose thought, free and creative, of Louisiana, an act w AS infinitely better than these, whose I The members oPthe Board $f vigilance thai the location of this
I flies creek, the further introduction -
:Boars like the bird that squeak up, passed prohibiting curiosity will invite them to inevitable -. Health, or a majority of them, are grant might .interfere with the settlers ...
sweet jingle of slaves into that state
And in as
His verses/new and native. for sale. The following an abstract mortification. i absent from. the-City' at, this mo- and why he did not oppose

4 For-what .American. TvJio loves. I ment, or in all probability that body its passage rAnd ..

.4. Bard of Barrancas," thou shalt stand, .of the act: tie honor and dignity' of our republican -"i would proclaim the fact. Our first, "why be did not oppose .

And,crowned, be, with a wreath of sand, Sec. 1._ No _person shall, "after : institutions, and above' information, however, is from un- its passage." The grant of '

For thy immortal of Hohenlinden verses.fades, the.first day of. June, 1826, bring all, of teiegis1ativeassembhies of doubted Authority, ami as a faithful land was intended for the relief of

The And Campbell's fame cast into the shades, into this state any slave, with the the nation, will not blush to spreadto public sentinel, we consider it human beings, whose helplessness'

\Vhea be his Ode rehearses. intent to sell or- hire the same,. the gaze of sneering foreigners, our duty to warn the public of dan- and misfortune peculiarly address

under the penalty of being pun. the licentious, unprecedented, and ger when it is near, and do not themselves to the, sympathies of
line, exceed.
tells"in every not
ished
Yessnme'tbing of mine by imprisonment [nisermdile dictuj uncontrolled, hesitate! to announce the existence the human race, and I venture to
tho' not
;
at least ; and fined not exceeding -
Of It yours tells--(provoking laughter,) .ing two years thousand, dollars and nay, officially permitted, scandals, Yellow fever in the city, and recommend say would find in cone a more

It tells to B., like not a few, one denunciations and rhapsodits, ot the citizens to remove powerful advocate,than Civi him

II Do as I say-not a* I (10," U moreover shall, forfeit the Maid this Senator of Virginia. \Vhat from town.. We have no time for self. EveryVfeehing of humanity,

II I'on mutt writewell hereafter, slave or slaves. willtle Statesmen of Europe say further remarks, as our (paper had therefore, cried aloud in their favor -

': hill, Sec. 2. That hereafter any per of proceedings like these ? Whereis gone to.press before we were advised and unless compelled by
of fam'd Barrancas:
Bard
intention to
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threat Thy name shall hist'ries pages dill,. .I son who has -bonajide with viewto the boasted dignity f.the American of the.fact .which caused this ; imperious duty he'could nut have
this
(When o'er this age it passes,) emigrate to state, a Senate? Gone with the .paragraph, raised his voice in opposition to

'You, without doubt,can soon convert, i become an inhabitant thereof, winds of aven-and leaving in V. the request. By the, rules of the
of sand and dirt, be allowed to bring with
'this barren place I shall
its place the licentiousness of a revolution.uy Tdll.JJRSBolonghi.-This event, whichis House, he is not allowed to
Into a rich rarnassus. them their slaves, and employ the so sincerely lamented, comes no longerin
mob._ It is bad -enough vote upon any question which
same uiinin the limits of the state: a questionableshape.. The followingbrief
$. ideas aft are natire, new, that slaves BO that' these speeches were spoken.The notice is all we have room for this does not immediately concern the

lake, "paddle In your own canoe. provided, any .shall ear hniot as retentive as the vcejcthe details shall be givenin our next. interest of his Territory, and, up- .
will not he frightened. brought in by an emigrant
world
'The mint for the eyeto which they ate now to be Ntw York, June 21.-\Ve are on looking at this law, you will
copious sold exchanged
send fromyour be
or
'If More you of your native songs to print, not tem.of two years from the time submitted in lasting forms and co sorry to have to state that Misso- find it is of too general a character -

That we may be enlightened. into the state, lors. I know of not one benefit longhi was taken by the Turks on to authorise him to interfere ;
were brought
they
of forfeiture of which may- result from the'printing the 22d of nril. :. but the. cause of the Delegates.from Michigan and-
under a
Thy: counsel Icabod :J impress'd, a penalty of this volume of gratuitous Greece does not appear to have Arkansas, would have been equally -
sold.
within guilty breast the slaves so
D'ecply our I
'We own we have intruded ; Sec. 3. Any 'bona fide citizen of scandal, except' that it may enlighten been hopeless, as it was'now believed called upon to ,participate in

' Jhit yet we think the case is hard, this state shall be allowed to bring the Legislature Virginia that the Christian powers the debate, for the phraseology of
soi disant Bard, at the election in the next the lair would well
You should assume therein and slaves of -year, were about to interfere in her be as apply to
To have us quite excluded. employ any and induce them to dispense with half. them as to us. The act, such as
be the lawful
which he
owner
may ; the furhor services of the Ther- Business in Liverpool, See. MIS it was introdqced by Mr. Moore
This uncongenial soil'tis true, provided that any slaves broughti1to
Is scarcely suitable for you, this state by any citizen thereof sites of Roanoke. improving, at the latest dates and the Member from Kentucky and

Who scorn all law and rule. under the provisions of this the sales of cotton had iacreased, such as it passed, authorised the

Wend therefore,Icabod, tliywayBack Washington, June 7.-The editors at a amall advance.In "grant" of a township of land.
shall be sold
section not
from which you're'slraAn \" or exchanged -
the V
to place U I of the National Intelligencer, This Col. White as a Delegate,
teach an old field school. until after said slaves
have been two within the aisnounce, that they are rapidly our paper to-day will be found a could not oppose, notwithstanding

But hold-avaunt ye jangling sprite, state under the penalty years of forfeiting preparing for the 'publication of communication, in answer to Civis,which, that the law goes on and au
I'd rather praise than censure write ; the second volume of their Congressional gives a very correct view of the caUbC'of thorises i its: location in one of the '
wit flashes the aforesaid slaves. Col. White's silence on the subject of the
Bard 'ou've of some ; Re isler.Ve seize Territories hecouldnot tell nor
) ; ,
write Sec.4. Any slave or slaves location in Florida of the land granted to
Give when next you again,
us, this opportunity of recommending, did thing which occurred.in

the Kentucky Deaf and Dumb Asylum.A any
honest, fair and plain into this state in
In language, ; brought contravention
dashes. in the strongest terms, this invaluable few more remarks only suggest them the course of the debate upon its
More of your sprightly of of the
-B. any provisionsof fork to the patronage of our selves to us. The Circular of our Dele passage authoribe him to pre-

nn. this .act,.shall, after due.. con- readers. It presents, not only the gate is dated "May 18th,'"and Congress sume, that the "location" would
:: uemnation court oi did not adjourn until the 22d May. It.is
iulyuuJ.To ny any com
leadint debates in both Houses ofCongt' be made, in any part of the Territory
be sold after very improbable,that the Secretary of the
tile Ec/itorofthe Pensacold Gazette. petent jurisdiction notice the sheriff, of ls, but the most.importantstate Treasury_ designated i in which of the Territories -I of Florida. ; from the large
ten days' by
Barrancas,July 17th, 1826. pipers ana pUbliC documents, I the location of the grant should i quantities of fertile land in Arkansas
SIR-The Bard of Barrancas repels, in. the parish in which said slaves and alS the laws of each session. he made, until after the adjournment. I he had moretreason to believeit

dignantly, the. charge of detraction : and have been condemned, and the Had such a work been regularly Col. White, therefore, could not have : would have been selected hi that
expects the-Editor will! do him the jusIke nett proceeds of said slaves, when known, at the time bis circular was printed ,
prosecited ab urbe condita from place, it is better known, and
to acknowledge that unsolicited ad sold shall be onefourthto that his constituents had the slightest! supposed
paid over,
vice" was not addressed/or publication in the foundation: of our Government, interest in the act referred to. to be more rapidly settling.

the Gazette-at least,not by the author.If the informer or informers, and it would( have been one of the most The agent of the Asylum had no right I' Suppose Col. White had risen

any of his friends deemed so highly of the other three-fourths to the admirable Registers of its proceedings I to make the location ou the settlements _with an intention To' oppose this
the bagatelle manuscript as to request its treasurer of the state. of those entitled to Pre-emption rights
which could have been Bill, because the land granted by
Insertion,the Bard can only regret their because, the moment the liiil, grantingthe
Useless zeal-and assure the Editor that GENERAL FAYETTE. furnished. It is a very cheap work. right of Pre-emption, became a law, it might be located Florida, and

it is not in his nature to make an unprovoked Cop of a letter from Gen. Lafay- \Ve most heartily wish succtss to i it vested in the settlers a oonajide and absolute the Speaker had told him it was a

attack upoc any one-a votary of cttC, untflr date ofWth March its enterprising Editors. right to the land on which they Bill of too general a character, to
the muses especially. Richmond had made improvements, provided
; Enquirer they admit of his interference, that the
Yours respectfully 1826, at Paris, to a Gentleman comply with the provisions of that law.
'Ve are obliged by the Government had
good dispose
to
aright
B. B. in this City. V Although the right to a township of land
"We for wishes of the Enquirer. If the in one'of The Territories had been previ. of the soil, over which she
are anxiously waiting
tfear B, I numbly beg your pardon, project receive such encouragement ously vested i in the Kentucky Asylum, had a rightful sovereignty ; what
For having been so very hard on !the arrival of New York packtis : ,
and Bird! as will justify! the undertaking }ct_the location could only be made-en could he have urged in reply ?
Bush College I __
Your your will
your hope they bring me surneinin I land
Come, let's be friends, I meant no treason, from it is the intention of the Editors to which none buthc United States Nothing.) He would have been'compelled -
i At'all I
events have claim
g you. any ,' at the thne the selection is
I 1'or who e'er look'd in rhyme lor reason ? to retrace the History of Congress to acknowledge the justiceof
r will kn'wvhat is going on in made. It would be ridiculous to say,that
'Twas a chance shot,upon my word. : Washinirton, and other uarts of and take up the work literAlly when A sells to"B a quantity of land, to the position. But the effect.

*-* ab urbe condita, using the be subsequently from his would have'been still
designated
I : more injurious
Besides! I did not think the Printer i the United States : it is a food to property
phrase in reference to the present and afterwards sells to C a certain i ; the law giving a .
Would he so roguish as to enter mind pre..enp.tion
consolation
my a to my and denned piece of ground, before the
Such nibbling satire in his paper. Constitution. The enterprise is right to land, in which many
heart, which has become mure selection of tt's tract, that B should havea
,
Zounds I've a mind to turji my swivel a great one : so, indeed, is the include of Col. White's constituents were -
right to (; of
thun in
ever necessary to me. I am :1 piece ground
him the divil
him arid blow to ,
On contemporaneous Register. The his location, because the bargain betweenA much interested, had not yet pas
.: With his dad t'austus there to caper. happy to think the Panama Mission
magnitude of it, however, will :.ot and B was the first in date, and because ed, he would have estranged from
its I believe
it
is now of.
on
But no ;, that will not_do ; for i if high moment way.for the welfare of. discourage us, if the public smile for his,-forsooth land and, C received had not his actually paid, him many who voted for it, and,

V His Typoship should take a miff, upon our labors. For the present title-papers, in all probability, the passage of
South-America and Mexico, for although the timeallowed for him to do
At us ; Othello's occupation gone. the of mankind and for year, other1'duties will prevent the so, had not expired. the act would have been defeated.
wrath prospects ,
Therefore, I'll swallow down my of this
.- ('Two'jit clfoke me, vith a little brcth) the dignity of the people of the U commencement work. But .. The ext charp-e is, that he did
it is full determination
And let the pluraUingular alone. nited States, that they may pre our to pub- C OMM UJVICJ1 Tl OJ\\ not in some of"his many communications
lish Vol. I. of the remote (and almost "
mention this
serve and exert the moral influenceto V lawciUier
Meantime. between ourselves,1 don't see forgotten, though most instructive before after its
1k -' which they are so justly enti }9'the Pensacola Gazette.To or passage. Perhaps -
r why ; and interesting) debatesas
: Civis.
tled. no person ever attempted to
I His tatling- should make foes ofU and IVe're ; : as..will
soon be consistent with
t. \ towels both, and can't be spar'd SIR,-The very candid manner, give his constituents a more accu

-as yet. Nassau, A. P. May 13.-By an other engagements, -of which, af with which you have been pleased rate or particular detail of the affairs -
1 think that V are nbt a poet, the time, more formal and par- in
Suppose in which
of Congress
Col.
arrival from Key W eat, we learn to speak JOSEPH WHITE, they
1 dciii't mean that all the world should ticular notice shall be given to the
know it ; V that all Bahama! vessels have been the Ddegatc in Congress, in your were interested, than did Col..!
National
public.-
Nor would they, but fer that: d-d ordered off from the coast of Florida ""iF Intelligencer. late communication, is an evi- White during its last session.

1'en.Gazette. and will not be permitted ia dence that you are detirous of The law granting land to the Deaf

.The foregoing. Mr. Editor, being intended future to fish for turtle there. i his )Plm &(fj lb gr having a fair and reasonable state. and Dumb Assylum of Kentucky

for your own )1ivte usement ; order was promulgated by a re- ment of the views which governed could be of no interest to the peo-
.
:i- ::.ii,l, in a tchicaavL'! : to convince you SATURDAY, JULY22, 1826.
tfatkl mr.ltt U '. J'.1.j.ct: from the mentV I venue vessel that had arrived: from Vrz that gentleman in his late Congressional ple of this Territory, unless it was-

it r.y ir: Lid -i vu will oi coursehoMyour.tif the Northward, St. Augustine or Verite aaneurT; career, and will not known that it would be located

} r.: f.cne.Me; lor' the consequences Charleston ; and it was aid -to be :: condemn him unheard, or imputeto among them, and I think I have
should it Jail into oilierlands.B. in of l'yrt8..A very destructive fire took satisfactorily shown that this
consequence this port having place in Charleston S. C. -on'the 24th him any other than the best of you,

B.We beea closed against American June. It commenced on the west side of motives. The manner in whichhe was not known nor could it be

: oureelf Ids Co plural-singular" "typo- trade, which wise measure, ao' far King street, between Boundary and Van- has attended to the interests of presumed from any thing which

ship'' Laving no WISh to caper with our as we know, still continues in derhorststreetsand, "in the short spaceof every section of this Territory, occurred at the passage of the
S. dad FcJ.UdUj" before the "divil"thi hot
hours there
weather, trust that the consequence oft force ; the good effect of whieh houses three consumed, independent were tJ of rty.two out the zeal and success with whichhe Law. Col. White in his address,

V publishing the above, will! fall, not on us, will not be seen until the meetingof houses, and Some of them three story has procured the passage of a which I believe you have seen,

but on sundry goose-quills (or quills of the Legislature, towards the brick. buildings." law highly important to the interests says "I have now given you 4a

eeese,:) which we decree, as a fine for end---- of-- the---- vear.J--7 when un_._ th-..-. Tre.- ----. In Portland! ,.Maine,upwards of thirty of the neonle. where__ YOU, __ brief outline of most of the publicacts

the bnng.13ard ng us uf into Barrancas this scrape shall, that frequently B. and surer'saccount of the year's revenue houses lately beta, including consumed the by Post fire.Office, -have live, and which wiTs opposed n by in relation to our Territory" ;

I \ jiib, for our .* own private amusement" is seen ; and when, probablr, While on this subject we would publicly the best talents in Congress, alike thus proving that he did not con

Editor Pen. Gazette. it may be.found necessary to again, inquire--are tIc Fire Companies of. claim this of your justice and your sider this act of that character, or

-- ------ -. lay a tax on colonial salaries, in I jpetuacola d? gratitude. It cannot be expected in any manner affecting the inte

11sh11a'ri. which case, the custom house -. he should have been able to do rests of his constituents ; he could,

; will have the laugh against the Yellow J'ever.-It is with the most pain- : everything he attempted, his having not know -where the grant wouldbe

From the Natiolll* l.lntelli.rencer. .1 former, as no tax can be laid on ful feel nigs that we notice the following, done .so much, has been: matterof located, but he knew they had

V. 'We have seen a work just published : the salarira of the annunciation of the introduction of the I no right to locate it
V latter, who are fell destroyer into Mobile and in so doing astonishment, and should at upon preemption .
the Board of
by Navy Commissioners authorized to help themselves first will not omit to express our satisfaction at least speak favorably of his attention -: rights, granted to the actual

which we should presume out of the revenue. the prompt"manner in which the editor of and his sincerity. settler.It .

must be of vast importance the Register warns his fellow citizens to
The of
to the,Navy. ,It consists of tables, From the 'Charleston Courier leave the Citl.-;if this was always done subject complaint a- cannot be supposed, that he

V: judiciously classed and arranged, Mr. RANDOLPH'S famous May 19. where disease prevails, it would create a gainst Col. White, is, that he did wilfully and designedly.kept back-

speeches 'oonfia neenig beneficial to those places not resist the passage of the Act this information. He would have

.' showing the trusting, .sparring, are about to published in ex- .which i arc 8QD.etmunlu althy, at giving a donation of land to the been wanting to ,himself, in common

rigging, armament, and stoVes of tenso in tbe .National Intelligencer.It time when it is really healthy We trust Deaf and Dumb Asylum of Kentucky honesty and discretion. Sooner
description, in all the various we're be visitation.of our will V
every to wished ttiat this the neighbors excite and
did inform his
not been discovered
laier
con or it must have
F- departments of the service, arduous Sc profitless! labour mightbe our Police toobserve a strict and unremitting1 .
vigilance. stituents of the passage of'this act and"be.woulc.! rather have .
4 .allowed to vessels of each clats. with. The
dispensed speeches, From the Mobile ,Commercial Register, in his different communication sought by plausible reasoning to
Such a work has, we understand it is true such is the
V human, or July 11. This is the substance of the charge have prepared the minds of -his I
; ,_been long greatly needed, rather inhuman appetite for scan- Yellow Fever-During the
past against him, and may be said tube constituents for the location. His
and will be the means of introducing dal, will be read with avidity. two weeks have had -
we continuance
a comprised in the following silence is a of
paragraph strong "argurr.en !
: I \; into the.service perfect: uniformity The amateurs of the Bad
; : passions of very hot and dry weather, extracted from ydur com his belief that the people of Florida -

I j in the, equipment of our will feast up )n the dishes. servedup and a prevalence of north winds, munication. "Wili! Col. White be had nothing to do with this

hips, allowing all necessary, but by this general slaughterer of which' .have been ,
we taught by, ex pleased ItatewhYtin'some: of his grant, and ,is in' accordance with

DO superfluous stores'- :and produ. reputation. /Those who, secure perience to consider,as particularly many: communications to the citi. the remark contained M5ctrcu"V

V cing-responsibility and economy themselves from the lash of ,this I unfriendl,)' to the'health of the zens of this Territory & amongst lar. For _this.reason, and 'as I

in their expenditure. For this privileged 'slanderer, can admire city, and some alarm has existed the accurate detail of facts & transactions had 'no vote, I ,did not intermeddlein I

,valuable. and laborious. .. production. ,4 the adroitness with -which- p- he lace.. for m several- days* that- we should. a. interesting. to this. I section., general" 'politics. It would not

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wile to goOtt o( my'wa larded with lump :of occidental. cataken a few, wd the sales are est-mat: This tht jfoo Tcrfc .W rror and IAdln' PROPOSALS. .100

ban been tapience. Efttf ihe fi ry first act ed at 6000,bagai! Literary Gau,,.. .

to run mr heady iginet' "bat in the book..-the act regulating descents ., .J2a&m re, Juu 27....Virginia, 10 all: To t 'l iib\ia. For puiSMnfin the City ofMibilt, .:

which did not concern me. Upland fair quality, 10 a 11 ; 'Louisiana;' ;, ", A'l.W PAPBBTO'BB,EKTXTLBD. .*, ,.,
*
the ,
:
thus endeavored in the is entirely beyond 12 a 13 ; North Carolina. ,10 ; Tennessee* nT.is now nearly three yean singe wefirst'offered THB.. -8V1B.IT; OB H6 :, ,- :-
bate
I 'I the New /
to present reach of human comprehensionv 10 ; Alabama. York Mirror to .

absence of Col. Wile occurred, tone Indeed the phraseology is sometimes JW* r.rt, Jjme 3T.-New Orleans, the public and the ample,encouragement .By'Godwin B. Gotten. ,:-,'. -

to you such views as ludicrous. for example, new, 10$ a 13 ; Uplands, new, 10 a 11; it has met with daring that penod
in his defence, leafing a more 8 of shall Alabama, 10 a 11; Tennessee, 10 a 11 ; minds, not merely ont ;warmest acknowledgements '' proposals for a new paper, for the .
inheritance
detailed explanation to himselF, but no right total sales of the week about 3200 bale but our utmost end eavors to 'editor to say something of the line of con

!! hit arrival the Territory, accrue to any person not in existence The highest rates have been paid for render it still more worthy of the patron- duct he intends to pursue and of the

upon 1 am happy say, will bema except the intestate's chile choice parcels, and generally m small are\rhhh has been so liberally bestowed principles ,on' which his paper ,shall be 1.
which, jo upon it. It has ever been our wish to ,
If I be al- dren. This same law also makesus "ots. conducted ; but so hacknied is every
short time. may wise fathers for we must Savannah, July I-The accounts of the avoid the too common practice of sending i ;proposition ofthe kind,that we are fear .

Jowed to express my own views recognize 24th May have had,an effect to improvethe periodical journals forth, accompanied by :ful i we shall fall,into the very errors we

upon the validity of the location, our children, before they can Upland market We quote at 8 a 10$; abundant promises: which are never kept, j wish ,to avoid, and so diffident in our abi.lities I '
.
made under this act, I shall not be legitimated, provided they are principal sales, 9; the quantity offering 'and whatever the defects of the Mirror I| ; that should we even present something .

as it U invaVd and by not born in wedlock. The word limited. may have been, we trust that its, merits I i 1 novel, we might fail in arresting the
hesitate to say have been, at least, equal to its preten.. attention of that .
J.
the ipten ion of the Go- recognize can never be used with Charleston,July -Uplands have maintained sions. I public whose support we
means We can boldly-wert, that wehave solicit.
no a small.advice since the late; favorable
to have it placed in thatmanner. j propriety in the sense intended at no time spared effort or ex-
Ternment accounts A the lowness of freightsis any I The duties of an editor are multifarious .
I have no doubt that a I hei'e. The act Concerning mar- likely to keep prices pretty good for nse. withiii our power, to give interestto and perplexing, and it may be possiblethat

signed by the inhabitantsif riage licenses,is another specimen, the season. The current rates are 8J these coUimns ; and, from the patro- our exertions will not please every ,
petition
section of country, will of that careless elegance of style up to.10 cents for fine. nage it that has received,we have reason to believe ones ; but this we assure our subscribers,
endeavors
your Hume is JVVw Orlrani, July Louisiana and our have not been our talent shall not be buried under the
and for which jtntly
effect receive unsuccessful ..
produce immediate ap Mississippi choice, 12 1-2 a 13 1-2 ; wholly even when our literary ground. .
the most prompt attention.The celebrated. See the third sec- seconds 9 resources have been most limited. The colimns of the '
prime 10&a 114 ; a 10 ; inferi. Spirit / 76 shall
will not do lion that the county court 6 The first number of the next volume be devoted to
Government any or,7 a $; Tennessee and N. Alabama, general and miscellaneous:

injury to Florida, nor will they aljoir shall grant licenses,. to all minisof prime, '8 a 8J ; 2d. quality, 6 a 7 ; 3d which of July will ,be will issued receive on the twentyninthday literature ; to the agricultural interests of 8

the cupidity of Speculators towrest the gospel, as aforesaid, who, quality, 4 a 61. and beautiful dress, and, from an entirely the increased new- the State, and to information on all such
JlfoW/f, July 11.-The arrivals have for subjects 33 may (*H4u e to the benefit'ot
her citizens privileges shall apply for the same, or one extent of and
from our correspondence the the I
some tine been very small, and the stack planter, the merchant and the me
which have been already vested in or more el' their body to marry in in market so much reduced, and so few various means we have recently receivedfor chanic. On the part of politics we mar -.-

them. A prompt & decided course, any --county were there is not a purchasers remaining that the transactions supplying these columns with otiginal not point at particular men, but on sucK
matter trust the intrinsic value of this
will, no doubt, produce the desired sufficient number ordained min ofthe week past have been limited.A journal, we will not be less improvad than its measures as shall be adopted through t:
few tales of their influence, contrary to the will
isters. Justices so licensed are prime parcels were madeat external or .':
success. 9 and inferior lots appearance.The opposed to the gcoJ of the ;\,!
to H ; some as low people, we p
Vindicator. under the same laws: and regulations as 6 cents. great increase of population, and shall freely animadvert. We shall always

!> Q"-=- -. pains and penalties, as ministers Pentatoat July 21.-Very little business the equally rapid advancement of literary keep a steady eye upon the proceedingsofthe
;wC taste and in
of the gospel. fo what has been done in the cotton trade this pursuits our country, give General Government and of its;offi

From the East Florida Herald. does body refer ? "die, et cri month) some few sales have been made at room for the support of a variety of other cers. 'either err, we shall not fall to
Mr.& Editor.-It ought to be a journals, besides the common gazettes of out their
mihi magnus d/iollo." If to ministers previous rate ; and in one or two instances the Well'conducted point errors to the people ; nor -S
ource of great gratification, to ligher prices have been paid for day. quarterly and in our comments will we be intimidated '
it will read thus that all the
monthly magazines
are
; proper recep by the threats of
the people of this Territory, that primelots; the stock on storage is unusually any man or party. We
tacles for detailed reviews scientific dissertations
llr.Vhite has obtained for them ministers of the gospel, or one or large at this season, and the planters shall pursue an unvaried and consistent
and articles of
and elaborate
: more of their body>,> shall be enti- stJl hold back, in hopes of better pri a heavy course ; we will support the expressedwill
and inestimable kind have need however of
that precigus privilege ; we ofthe
tied to in ces. We quote Alabama 8 a 9 cents ; people ; having reference to
Government .. marry, any county, something of a lighter character to fill
of a Republican Floridi 8 a 10. this or that man who may be takeu up for
where there is not a sufficient number the intermediate rank between those and
I office far
-the power of electing their so only as regards his talents "
ordained ministers. If the daily None this
body can answer
-i papers. and patriotism.The S
It is be Erratum.-In the of Set Toasts
own lawgivers. now to copy better than
that the people will divest does not relate to ministers, handed to us for publication in our last, purpose devoted a weekly publication grand principles on which hinge "
such
hoped, what is the antecedent ? Theseare 2 guns, 3 cheers" were erroneously put to literary subjects as the liberties of the people and the indissoluble
themselves as much as possible, of come within the cognizance of
any personof
union .
of this
republic is the "
,
to the toast drank to The ofVAsu1NoTo'
by no means isolated passages, Memory taste and information, and containing separate
paltry, partizan-animosi- exercise of the executive, legislative
petty, \ It drank
was standing
of and tajea and of such moderate
grammatical inaccuracy ess-ays length,
ties, and unite in selecting men, if4ny and without guns or cheers. and judicial departments; which, whenever
as any one, possessing a common share of
happened to suffered
vagueness ; they to amalgamate or be placed
be of known
there integrityand -
leisure with
meet my eye ad afierturam libri : may peruse pleasure and in the grasp of one individual l, wilt mark
sound judgment, to discharge fit. Articles of this;kind have
pr
for the book gene the downfall of all that is dear to man, .
the most important trust, that can you may open any S\n] rally occupied a considerable portion of and tyranny &, oppression will then bear
the of where, and you will see the same the MIRROR, but we have nut, nor shall and
unlimited
be given to man- making open sway. These: truths
laws for the Government of the jumble of inappropriated words! we at any time, allow them to exclude all I have been often told by many, aud.it were .
notice of uch local affairs and
qnd unconnected Sentences. But mV I passing not our purpose to reiterate them, but
community. Our statute book is ...
9' events as properly come within
sir, I have departed a little from may our that a crisis is approaching in the affairs i
of crude and often of remark. Public I
sphere
at presenrfull improvements,
of
our uionwhich imperatively deman Is
intention when I commenced To\-t rens.aa:
my Or in shall claim I
particular, of
ever
contradictory laws, and unintelligible a portion the attention of all lovers of our political t
writing this article. It was to and the drama' will also
our regard, con. : and civil
Well indeed
phraseology. rights, to prevent the republican
call the attention of the people, to 4 ENTERED. tinue to be an object of our critical obser- institutions of
in-
has Mr. Holmes observed in Congress our. country being ,,
17.-Schr. Elizabeth For- vation.
an early consideration_ of the sub- July fringed.

that the laws in Florida, ject, of electing well qualified per- syth, New Orleans, Consignees of Our late humble efforts to encourage A further developement of our views "

"appeared to be intended for fiettifogging. F. laudable emulation native writers ana principles will be first
sons, to fill the station aforesaid. Cargo-Jos. Forsyth, Pasquier, among given in the
-lhey certainly want a From this I would Finlay & Ruhton, & Henry de by offering prizes te the successful competitors number of Tiie Spirit of 76. !
county, beg in different branches of
thorough revision or perhaps an. Grand compo Terms.The .
leave to propose Juridicus, as a Pre.CLEARED. sition, we arc confident has met with general "
lulling them all, and adopting the man of undoubted qualificationtor approbation.c intend to follow Spirit of 76 ;v ill be published on a

tried wisdom research and experience this highly important office. July 18.-Schr. Thorn, Maura, the same course in future,and will shortly royal shekel orgood paper. and neat type, :
at
of some of the old States, New Orleans Cargo 8400-bricks make known the conditions on which the ten dullara per annum. -
We ought to have no boys, no ; } During four mouths of the year it will -
or the Louisana code would be next prizes are to be given. .
novices.-Jurtdicua is a man, who by J. Noriega, 70 hides by Finlay he issued semi-weekly, and. the remainder
the better plan. What arc our laws I It has been our object in the selection
ot the
& Rusliton-136 hides, 15 bundles time daily.Advertisements. .
possessing extensive legal and [ of 'Combine the ..
lVho knows them ? Who subjects, to pleasant with .
now will be inserted the
bbl. at
deerskins beeswax
1 bbls.deer'
2 .
,
and the useful that articles neitherbe 11
general knowledge, expe- our might -
has them ? The common law of customary rates.
rience has all occasions horns, anjl 2 bundles otter too heavy nor too trivial for the
on gene-
;
proper Mobile Jane 20th 1826.
England and the statutes not of a .
skins J. C. & C. C of readers and have had
come forward as the champion of by Keys r. rality we always .
local nature, down to 1776, and 19.-Schr. Elizabeth due regard the taste of amiable and I .

our own acts of the Legislative the been people's rights ; though he New York, Cargo, 21 lihds., Forsyth tobacco lovely countrywomen. It is for their especial "F.! 1!:-r igllt or Cbter.. .
has decried by men, who envy perusal that the Mirror in a great ,
Council are said to be the law of '
The observationthat and fear him for his talents.He by Lincoln & Gren of New measure designed, and any publication, The/at tailing Schocner ... tI

Ihe Territory. fearlessly points out every malfeasance I Orleans, 44 bales tobacco.by John we are convinced, which is so conductedas 4 SPEC UL1iLTJOv' I

it required viginti annorum son of New Orleans, 10 barrels to meet the approbation of the American .
whether it
lucubrationcs, before a man could no matter horn tips by Qliver Aiken of New ladies, (and many of the first respectability is now undergoing repairs and "
understand the law, is strictly proceeds from Territorial misrule, can be found on our subscription will be ready for sea in a few days.For-
I or Key West rapacity. To his Orleans, 76 bales cotton by N. H. list freight or charter **ply to .
true in Florida. Who has all the ,) is also entitled to.the notice and encouragement .. 4.t
English statutes down to 1776. talents, independence and -perseverance Allen, 4 bales cotton Sc 1 box merchandize of the male part of society. Sidney Pncenix Haines.

by Sidney P. Haines I Among the most and excellent 21 1826 21 tf.
must be all read for with- the people are deeply indebted -, popular Pensacola July -
They :
he delivered them from box merchandize by J. Jerrison, 2 periodicals published in London, are
out reading themall, you cannot boxes merchandize by M. Cum those, which, like this paper, court the
tell which are local, or which are that enormous expense-the deraignment I particular patronage of the ladies, and if T\J1AC SALE.
of title which was attempted ming fc 2 cheats clothing by J. ,the ofthe females in Lon ,
of a general character. The English of encouragement ST? WILL sell for cash in hand, on Wednesday -
to be saddled the Touro New-Orlrans. don is sufficient to raise and sustain in the
themselves with all their on e*> the 2nd day of August next, "

fondness and zeal for ancient claimants to land in tint Territo- ARRIVED rank otsnii nencethe publications designed the old Government Household two other -

customs ry.-The truth is the whole of his July 15th.-U. S. Revenue Cut for their reading, there can be no framed Buildings, which are situated near
are now repealing, condens- ) doubt that the fair of this
have
J
conduct ter Alaoama, Capt. Foster from country the Court House. : 1.
ing, and modifying their laws suit proves him, what he asserts ize. I a sufficiency of taste! and liberality to do These Buildings, are to be removed ...
cru
able to the spirit of the times. to be, Amicus Florid, a the same. It was from this convictionthat from the premises, by the perchaser in ... ,,

Mr. Peale has lately introduced a I friend to Florida' In the electionof 20Schr. Good Intent, Curtis, we adopted the second title whichour 15 days from the day of sale. Sale to beAt ,.. :

persons, to make laws, which Mobile Point. work still bears, and we shall ever be the Court House, and to commence at S
bill in the house of Commons to'
proud to own fbr it the name of the LiDIES' 9 o'clock ,,
ofthe are to affect our lives and property ,I :
several known M.William
repeal more LITERaRY GAZETTL"Once .

and common statutes ; and he has we ought not to be guided by MAIL ARRANGEMENTClaibcrne more we deem it necessary to Sebree, ,1

shewed clearly, and cited the au mere personal friendships, and Mail.TKYUE state for the information of distant readers Pensacola, July 21st, 1826-21-2t.Marshal W. F. .

thority of the most eminent lawyer give our votes to no one but a bottle on ThuriUay at 3 P. M. that the Mirror is devoted, (thoughnot ___._ -* 4 --.......:

*-in that kingdom, that manyof companion-nay, even thoughwe t 4> Closes on } day at 12 M. exclusively,) to the following subjects :"Florida l and Agency. -. ..,

them should dislike a man personally Tall ahissee Mail : :..
are repugnant to common Original motal'tales-cither fictitious, J1,. o./ficefQr the-purchaae tale
sense, and have nothing, but yet if we were fully persuaded, Due every other Mondayat 12M. or founded on events of real life, in the oflandr .,

their antiquity, to entitle them to that he had more correct, enlarged Closes the following Tuesday 12 United States of America. ia opened at Tallahassee, the Stat of Go .-.,

our veneration. But in and enlightened views on the o'clock M. The Censor-comprising a series of 'verftment of Florida.OPT ...
my opinion, --- numbers is known, that the tich lands of .: 4
antiquity indeed adds subject of legislation, than even ; pathetic; satirical moral, humorous FloMJI .,
reverence NO'flOE.By &c. denominated the Little Genius. rida are well adapted to the culture .
most intimate friend .
and solemnity to a good institution our we ought, This department of our paper has already of those great staples SUOAK CJUTKCoTTtor. AND'
but it only makes a bad one s members of a pure republic, to > the instructions of the Post excited uncommon interest in the SEA isLAND That Gentlemenwho "11 1
elect the most Dcturdignissimo Milter General,it is made the dutyof visit this with view .,.- :1
more contemptible. The of competent. public, and drawn from various sources country, a to permanent -
age the Post Master in each .
I to put mail 8
settlement labor under
be the most lavish ,
ar.d has ought to our mono : praise. many -
mystery mysticism goneby all letters which are deposited in the in
location
disadvantages, purchase or #
and the world least But alas, poor human nature can- Post Office hour Review-ofpublications, foreign or.do
(at the enlightened *nff half before thefixedtime mestic. of lands which it is believed might be
not come up to this high, disinte- ofclosiithJfail.. Tne .',
part of it) are disposedto undersigned literature obviated by this Office. ,
Original Essays-on morals
adhere with bigoted pertinacity rested, patriotic feeling ; and thereare caniot be responsible for the detention It is the intention of the undersignedto
travels American antiquities
history,
voyages
ofthose. letters which not in- the --.-
nt
are
be with
who sell their prepared special information -
to no system, the utility orwhih, many, votes, not the fine arts, &c.
office as early as above mentioned but relative to the
;, quality and extent of the t
only for a mess of but Female Character-manners, beauty, ..
is not perfectly obvious. What pottage, being desirous of .accommodating the most valuable-lands, which be'offer-
; may
reason is there for instance, that a even for a glass of punch. It is Public,as far as in his power, he will mail dress and education.. historical ed for sale by the Government or by in -44

however, confidently believed all letters which are deposited before the American Biography-or dividuals. Books will be ;' ""; }
notorious malefactor should escape sketches of the lives of such ,of opened<< for the j
merited punishment, merely there are few in this part of the packet, in which they are to go, is actually both sexes,as have become celebrated persons for registering of all 'estates which may be ":J

territory facile to closed. The Northern Mail, beingthe their heroism virtue committed to tbe charge of,said office
talents
in of blunder as prostitute fortitude \
consequence a or moat important, will always be the with drafts and
descriptions-special examinations -
the :omission of some word this nobles privilege of a freeman.Let last made patriotism, &c. .
trifling will
Literary Intelligence notices of -be made in all cases If ..<
in the indictment, by the prosecuting the people think on these up.W.. Haseli Hunt, new publications. deemed necessary. "

attorney ? What reason is things, and our laws will be no Pod Master The Drama--comprising strictures on Said office will be prepared to attendto ; ,'";

there, thai the receiver of stolen longer a subject of reproach,_animadversion Fensacola, July 1st, 182619tf.Intormtion the New York stage. all business to the perfect completionor -
and ridicule the :Selections with occasional adjustment of Land Cl&nu.-To all bu- ;
on Desultory
goods should be liable to legal even sinels
the
appertaining to Donation
orPreethption
crimination and not the receiverof floor of Congress ; and let not.any reinar.
Wanted.OMB Laws, passed by the CongresS ..
?
"Anecdotes-humorous, literary, historical :
stolen bank notes ? What reason member of that enlightened body Mr. See. of the United States, for the benefit

is there, that a person stealing have it in his power to say, that 1 EHsman-! seven Basque or eight of ,Lancaster years past Coun., Pissing, events of the week. of the early settlers of Florida-and to ...;. .. -

.fruit;.while on the tree--il not subject our laws were intended for fletli. ty, Virginia, sent hisson, John Basque to poetry-original and selected ; every des. ription. uf business relating a -
General Land of
to ,the penalty of larceny ; but fogging. the State of Georgi in! care of his UncleiMr.Cundiffj 1 I II .Together with, many other miscellaneous Public Lands which.Agency..Map.were offered* in May the S f:1
after hic'Hthe: Uncle it
re ;subjects which would be unnecessary .
if the fruit_ be on the'ground he is ? I: moved to the State a Alabama, and the now: to enumerate.: 1825, and of thosb lately "advertised for, :

It is needless to mention other absurdities I 'iame' sale by the Government! can at all times
COMld"El\C1.\\L.\ youth John Basque as it is supposed From this condensed view of our paper, 'S
of a like nature. The : to PenS o1a, since$hich no tidings have it will be seen- that with the intimate belrocured.Letters -a.

great and rnischcivous defect in I been heard of him By his Wends in Vir.ginia. connexion which this great emporium of (post paid) addressed to, Richard '-
C. Allen & Co. Tallahassee, Florida -
. Prices of Cotton. :1. c ljllDercartJ,--and sciences, bas with e* .
", our Territorial laws is their will be attended .
to.
'.
U will much ,
" If John Basque :livinghe very other part of the world;"' the ready

vagueness, obscurity and inconsistency Liverpool,May 24.-Our Cotton market I gratify his sisters,'\y communicating with 1 sources of knowledge which,that opens, Rfchard C. Allen & Co. .,., ...'.j:

, with leAch other. The plan for some: days, has assumed a more spj!-I them in Virginia or by giving the Editor of 1 to us,added to the eminent talent enliste4 Tallahassee) ,"26th June, 1826-20-lam6m.. 1:0.10JIJ"

j pursued appears to be one, which, riled appearance than at anytime previously this paper such information *s may be interesting in our supports we"cannot tail to'prescnt Reference; *. ;itS

"we have the authority of holy writto this year, and an advance of id per to her, & ny 'pqs.knowi to pur"-readers a weekly paper*so HiS Excellency Wra. P. Duval, : )

will that Is pound has been obtained on the prices of I anything concerning the abovemenlioried interesting, amusing and inttfucuve, as Col. Robert Butler Surveyor General .;: -
11 say never answer the '13th inst. Uplands 5 7-8 to 7 l-2d. John Basque, whether living or dead, willCafer to.P1 ril:the attention or every lovec: of Col James Gadsden, '

putting a new piece on an old On Saturday, Monday ,and, yesterday, a; great,,favor OD. Ins relatives_ bjrntprmatJonatthisoffice. literature General R. K. Call),.- -Al,... p ,; '.;-.,,

garment." Statutes from other there was a steady demand from the trade givbs'" .? I' "1' 03* Subscriptions the ftbOYQ: work l .Major Benj.'Cbaires, Tatthque'.,, "'"

states have been. gutted and inter, at the above'prices j speculators hare al- ? mia l IJI2h 1a2 ". ;received tbii office. .. 1 Jonathan, Kobinsou.. Escj qi4sden.!J." -.
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FOR SALE.: NOTICE. By the President of the United L\ t.otI.. < T, tALTERARY.- NOTICE'. : :

IE subscriber, Executor. oflhelast LETTERS Testamentary' on the estate ,_ States.* io the_ Poet _Of D JAMES KWEtTvof _
Will and 'Testament of Francisco Lxoac.o PBIXTO deceased; REMAINING Citv '
'. formerly otJ3anunah
pjjj
IN pursuance of Law, .1, Jonx Qunrcr coJ ,on the 30th' '
-
!rquard,late of Pensacola deccase'd, offeis 11a\'ing.been'granted to the rubscriberby 1 eS to pulish the ent Jf; an
for sale the following property, belong. the County Court of; Escambia. County ,: '% America Anixs,President do ofthe'OUnitcd'proclaim and States make day of-June. 1836, which, if'not.. improved,edition of hit work, enured!
ing to the Estate the said debased: viz all persons haying demands..against said of hereby* taken out within .hire months, Medical
known, that a Public S le'will be held at Companion
The undivided half of* Tract of Land, estate-are requested to present the same the Land Office..t Tallahassee in West. will be forwarded to the.. General .
.:
containing immediately, and those indebted are de, ."Florida, on the third Monday in January, Post Office 'as Dead Letters. OH

t41c@ Wlm sired to make payment '1827, for the disposal of the Lands situ A.-II. A. Adams 2. FAMlLYPflYSli -

I a :By. Michelet, ate in the 'District ,of Lands offered for B.-Wnii J. Belt, Robert L. treating, in the most clear and coacL
Situated North East oC Bayou de la E.r cutr. salt at Tallahassee,and in the townships manner, e-f the diseases of the UahX ,
Trucha, on the bay of San Mary de Gal. Pensacola, June 16th, 1826-16-8t.Selling hereafter_designated;viz'S Browning, Garrett R. Barry 2, States, with their symptoms,causes.tur .

\'ez, about twenty one miles from the Fractional townships No.'1 and 3" John Brosnatfam,, Henry A. Bier. regimen and means of prevention; cw:.
Clie \ .
City of Pensacola : and aHOUSE off ,*]} north of Range-No..3 west, ..2tS i 'f. 5 -' mon cases in surgery, as fractures, diz0!

THE Subscriber, having determined "Fractional township No,2, north of Barrow, Louis Lorenzo 8aderas, cations, !tc. ;. the management an{ di.'.

: & LOTin bring his business to a temporary Range No.2, west, : James Bowman Francis.,Brady, eases of women and children ; a dispel
f. close, will sell off at reduced prices, for Fractional townships ,Np. 2. nd 3 ..=; John satory for preparing family medicine,

Cash or approvedpaper, his present stock north of Range No. 3,.west, g.S4 Bowman. 'I and a glossary,, explaining techiucit
the City of Pensacola, fronting on -consisting of fractional townships N
Alcaniz Street, said lot containing feet Fine & sup. blue and bl'k broadcloths north of Range No. 4,!i west, '400.tJ ciU Cross, John Cromwell, W. V. : tomy and physiology of the human body

front by 80 feet deep and known in the Blue,bl'k,mixed and ribbed drab casi. -Fractional township No.2,north of u Cobbs 2-John P. Croston, HenryA. I showing, on rational principles, the

Jfian of the City as number 112.: mpres. Range No. 5, west, -= : Chambers William Cross \V causes and cure of diseases ; an essay CIa
The above property will be sold on Tartan & Caroline plaids bombazettes, Fractional township No.3,north of .s:: m. hygieine or the art. preserving heattj.'
credit-one half of the purchase moneyto Valentia, toiIinetle and Marseilles vest Range No. S,.west, 0 Collins, P. Canoby, J. N. Coxe, \\'ithouthe aid of medicine ; an Atneri-

be paid in one year and the remainderiu ings, a'ssorted, Fractional townships Ko. 2 and 3, 0.H .Dan) Colquhoun, Jeremiah Clark, i can Materia Medics, pointing put the tit.

two years Payments to be secured Bl'k senshaws, sarsnetts, figur'd bl'k north of Range No. 6, west, Francis Coder, Alexander Clendinen i tues and doses of our medicinal plants;

by note's, wiith a mortgage on the pre. silks, Including the County adjacent to the 2T. Chambers Chamber of also, the Nurse's Guide. The whole
mises. White satin, green florence, town of Quincy. forming a complete guide to faeaVJu
Desiderio Quina. Bl'k and colored canton crapes, plain Also townships 3, 4 and 5, northof Commerce, Maria Candelania. The Medical Companion" *b rt

and figured, Ranges 9, 10. 11.-12, 13 and 14 west, D.-Joseph Dewees, 'George comparatively in an unfinished state,wu
Pensacola 17th :March 1826-3tf. Women's worsted coloured & silk hose, including the Chipola country, and part .Dawkini, Thomas Deloby, Dr. honored with the applause and IPP bl.
.
Coloured braces, Men's beaver gloves, of the Holmes' Creek settlement. Delavan, .StephenDavenport tion of that high class of medical authorU
,
*M.or sliaVs Sole Women's white and coloured kid do. Also, fractional sections No. 2,3,7: 8, John ties whom universal suffrage has placed
< Seton T. Drake
Dress and furniture prints, Ginghams, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23,2f, 28, Dannelly, at the head of the healing art in lh. u.
Superior CcurDistrict of West Coloured Cambricks, Dimity, 29,30 and 31, in fr.tctional-townsbis No. Wm. Dannelly. nited States; and its popularity and otc.

Florida. Plain and figured book muslins, 2, north of Rango 4, east; and fractional E..Bt'njaminEdes, Enoch H. fulness tested by the sales 'of six very'

Henry Michelet, ) Collaretts, sections :-0.' '23, 24, 25, 26, 35 and 36, in Everett 3, S..B. Evans, [Oakland, large editions oFthe work. Encouraged
'
vs. >fi. fa.Vincente Cambric and mull do. Insertions, fractional township No. 3, north of htnge -Florida.. JVew by such extraordinary success,the author
Or.
S. Pintado,j White tulle, plush, striped muslins, 4 east, all of*hich fractional section are 1 Mississippi, has deemed it his duty, to devote much!
my virtue of a writ of fieri facia*, to Gingham robes, Bolivar stripe-, bounded by the Lake Mickasukie.The leansrN. America.] of his time and labor to this subject,tad
tJD me directed, which issued upon a Bangup cord, bl'k silk velvet, sale to commence with the lowest F.-..C. A. Finley...John Augustus I has endeavored to render every'succes..

judgment or decree, obtained at--the last Brown holland, yellow nankeens, number section, township and Range, Fisher-John'Fisber. I sive edition more acceptable to the pub.

9 May Term of bald Court, upon a processto Irish linens in demi.pieces, long lawn, and to proceed in the order designattdi n G....Eusebia Ma. Gomez, 'P. C. I lie. Having added much new and ia.
foreclose a Mortgage, given by the said Linen cambrics, threads assorted, this Proclamation.The. .Green. portant matter to the edition now coq.
&co.-Jacob
Pintado, on the following property to wit ; Ribbons assorted, lands reserved by law for the ute Gaskins, Benjamin templated, which, probably'will be the

KQl( Sil ated on the east side of the Waist belts and buckles, flag h'kfs. fractional sections bounded by the Georgia Gayle, Sarah Gaugh,.John Greenwood be found much more valuable than any of

llscarabia River-2180 arpens, bounded Cashmere, Gros de Naple,andgauze do line, will be excluded from sale. Archibald Magill Green, the formerbecause he has labored to cor.

OR and by the Bay of Pensacola :-also Artificial, flowers and wreaths, tapes, Given under my hand at the City of Wm. Green 2 J. H. Gale. rect in this all the errors and imperfect
another tract containing 5000 arpens, I lying Bl'k Ostrich feathers, pearl buttons, "Washington, this 20th day of May, A.D. tions that have hitherto appeared; hu
1' on the Escambia Hi.'erand also Coloured flag, madrass h'kfs. Cravats, 1826. H: William F. Hooe, Robert enlarged upon the treatment of most of

six lots of land, situated on the public Linen checks, | and 4-4 co. do. John Q. Adams.By Handy, James Howell jr. Hatton the diseases, and has introduced several

square! near the Tivole, which lots are Domestic plaids, stripes and shirting, 1 the M. Hogg, William Hugg, Joseph thers'that were not previously noticed
1'I SO by 93 feet, and numbered on the planof Co. ticking, bear duck, sheetings, President, W. Hall 2 James Hanna, Jenevieve though highly important to be known._
,
the city, 11, 13,14,13,16 and 18 ; likewise Letter paper, spelling books, quills. George Graham, Ham. The Materia Medica and Nurse's Quid*
a large lot lying opposite and south Scissors, pen & pocket knives, razors Commissioner ef the will-also be considerably improved! ; in
of Seville Squares in cases, : 17-30t. General bind Office. J..W. R. JouettS,Robert ohn.stOD short,-the author has spared 'no pains to

The above property has been taken in Table knives and foks, razor straps 3, Charles Jenkins,.John W. render this,new edition* of his work as

execution will be sold at public auction '"c; and paste, Department of State, 7 Johnson 2. complete and perfect as it was possible

c or so much thereof, 'as will pay the Needles, pins, thimbles, fish hooks and 8th June, 1826. K...-Thomas-:King Ro-btrt-Ken. for him to make it. S
debt interest and cost, as called for in lines.Spectacles. enable this to ) From the well established character of
Department comply
said execution, for cash, in front of the in cases, toothbrushes, TO with the subjoined resolution of the non, .Danidel-Kleifs, William H. the Medical Companion/-Vhich: is ac.

Court House in the city of Pensacola, Whip, hand and cross-cut saw files, House of Representatives, the several Kerr 3. knowledged\ the. most competent

on Tuesday the 1st day of August next, Gun locks, gun flints, Claimants to whom it refers are request. L .-John Laird, :Ambrose La'do; judges to be better calculate to instruct

between the hours of 10 and 12: o'clock. Urittania,tutania & tinned iron spoons, ed to send hither, by mail, as soon as Adam Loyd, -Gustus Loomis 2, domestic practitioners, than any other
William Sebree, Stock and pad locks, cut tacks, practicable, Schedules of their respective C.Laveflette.M.I2clWin work of the same-kind that has been ore-
.
Marshal IV. F. Shoe pincers and hammers, awl blades claims. 'Yliihltiiitr the narllrnlars rennirerf_ ___ Cap_ Lcs.lie., sented to the public, it may appear superfluous ,
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Pensacola, 30th June,1826.-18-6t. and hafts, by the/Resolution-nno.o,-as f nearly- -as may- be, w. Moore, James to issue propo3als for publishing by

I ..._ Screw augers, thortice chissels, according to the following plan : Malone, Juan Maeatre, Mich let, subscription,a new_and improved edition,
Wire and hair sieve frying pans, '1). Maenhaut, Wm. McVoy 2, as be flatters himself would have met'
ClXTOSMESTBROOKB ? Weeding hoes, trace chains, SCHEDULE. McCaukill Elizabeth with a ready sale. But the author's cre ,,
4 FLORIDA July 1st, 1826. 5 Men's superior and common saddles, Findlay dulity, in believing every man honest urf-
WILL receive proposals till the 31st Fine and com. plated curb & !snaffle E'rt O O McCaskill, James M. Mclnt sh. til) experience demonstrated :to the con

a' October ensuing, to furnish the troops bridles, :_:: !:: r-_: ."0'" >Z> Midshipman Nailer 2, Jose trary, has so far: impoverished him 2, to

of the United States, Army that are or Saddle hags,collars, martingals, fs9g2., ... : S Noriega. leave him"destitute of the meant of im
may be stationed at Cantonment Brooke, Men's fine & low priced shoes &boots, ,.., :;::: :: CD _co:C:) ',0 t' Alexander B. Pinkham, proving his condition at this time, without
with fresh beef, from the 1st day of Jami-. Women'* morocco and prunella shoes, o-n.< b I.= the patronage of a liberal public. In..;
the 311 of Children's shoes straw bonnets ...... 0- 0dos. .n_ William W. Polk 6, '\ UiamPinkney' "
arv, 1827, to include day December .So'."0 0- So'. stead realizing a fortune, as he oughtto
4 1827. Wool harts,' beaver hats, castor &rorum O--> 2.=t'" i-3=- 1 -S 2.R.JcknRaln. have'done from the sale,and as he bad

The beef will be required to be delivered hats, "C'*>.C T 0r.aS1D?..." rSt .. PeterRoderick.James every reason to expect, from the popularity
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to the troops in two days in each Cotton cards, sweeping brushes, ;n::;- =' -- -OOc..o.r-: .".-. Roberts, Jane Rodman, Robert of the Medical Companion his

week (the days to be designated) in such Cotton bagging, baling,twine, ( () 41.0 Ritchie '4 Daniel LeRoy-t quantity as shall be required for their rations Imp. & young hyson tea, loaf sugar, o' 1D. en 2s I : labor and the sacrifice of a lucrative
on each day. And I deem necessary Madeira, TenerifJe and Lisbon wines, jo O gJsg' 1 1 5, James Ramage 7. practice of his profession, in rendering his

to apprise those who may --choose to Cognac brandy, Holland gin, K.S-0 3 n...,. SC3 SES.o S.-). B. Shaw, James Shines work worthy of being laid before the public

offer to contract for the supply, that the Sup. chewing tobacco, common do. --J.: :" William Smith, William Sands, has been to witness And submit to a.

beef will be requited to be of the best Best brown sugar, Havana coffee, .
which the market can Afford, and particular Cut nails assorted, German steel, .-Cbr cr+ -1 =II.' ca 111: -S' I Stites Frederick by which the whole current outs profits
en '': George Stevens
Attention must be had to the butchering Sweet oil,lump; do.copperas, :I t' w. '.... '-oiBnOoO has been diverted from his own bands, t()

thereof, as a rigid inspection ofit will Vinegar, pepper, allspice, n -:-, f On -_ Mary Smith, James Shamer Samuel enrich the pockets of.dthers., To use

always be made.Persona Brown soap sperm and tallow candles, s- 3 r.2 P o o.S'O cr' 3 '''"'> Shannon, Lucy Stout. the, language of a distinguished public
uflering to contract, will make Window glass, cider in boxes, a : C"Q.. n", T.-.Jacob TaylorGeorge spirited character and! an accurate ob.
their proposals} in writing, sealed and di- Gunpowder, lead and-shot assorted, .n :0 Ip-- C P-o Thomas, Jacob Tar2 Henry server of man, as expressed in a letter to
ifctedto me at this place, stating the Castings, ovens, pots, spiders and and I ;O; "')'rt. -i; :I2 a friend of the author, in speaking ofu4)
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in bid for which irons, 3r: *, J ffs.04 3 ToolfY, J. B. Triplet 3, Stephen "
misfortunes
tate per pound, a single p.C' 8 tr::.:.. "'" He literally fulfilledtlte'scriptures. :
they will furnish, and they shall be informed Tin and crockery ware,assorted, _='.n-t' 00 Trowbridge 2. .-He fell among thieves, '1e

of the acceptance of their proposals Northern lard, barns, rJ'J ,.;.I.. oq t.J: 0 Z fo'_ W....John B. Wright, Neill was a stranger,and they took him/in'-
en
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,either by letter from, -or on personal Mackerel and mess beefin half barrels, o (D ? c: \Vilkinson, William B. ,Whitehead but they did not feed nor clothe him-
Brooke Shad, No. 1. beef, codfish, &c. 8tc. &c. -a aq.. -8O'erM ., f
application to, me at Cantonment a nr David V. they plundered him eutrageously." i-
I Westerly Peter if
-on the. day above montioned. .J. Jerrisoii: jr. : _r: =.FE.CII t' _; "0'"') Wilkinson Charles Winder, Should the public,for whose goed be if f
-< John Lt. Pensacola .' -'CdO 2, has dedicated his time and
Page, June 10th, 1826.. .. --I talents, think f
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And Jlsit. Cvm. of Sub' i8ten e. ;: 0 n.e- -: -n Stephen B. Wilson 2, J. M. proper again to extend to him its patron r
LIVE
I I NOTE-No proposal; will be receivedafter OAK. 5'aHill .I') While 15. age and support, he will guard with great r
'. .the Slat of October, 1826. NAVY COMMIS IONEUS' OFFICE, '? ( ::! :: "0 s.: Z I Y.-Jeremiah Yancy, ,Jno. J. er vigilance and circumspection its favors I
18-18t. WASUISUTOX, 27th March, 18'26. 5 3 Rf"3PS Young. and will very soon present to it the ,,
proposals will be received It seventh edition ofhis work which shall ,
;
SEALED 31st day of July next, for 2'iO.4 S c.a'....JSPP889: c.It. 0-a /.-William P Zantzinger. be acknowiedged far superior to any of i,

TAKENST\ the supply of Live Oak timber for the o Pensacola, 1st July 1826.-19-3t.W. the former editions, both as to matter [
ot ,
frames of three frigates, cut to moulds r-: :1PCJtD00 *nI c.o,; S H. Hunt, and execution, 1
A ND committed to jail on the 29th """:I V. !
one of which, with1800 cubic feet of pro .= 0 n 0 :;' !!. Post Master. CONDITIONS.
JV \nho calls ;
ult. man :
.. April, a negro miscuous timber, to be delivered on or t't' (t-7 -H S n,.. _"._ "J
.1
'himself before the 1st day September, 1827 at ::s S'.C o-w \01.1 .:- 8UJ .Notice, S The seventh edition,corrected,revised,
each of the Navy Yards at Boston, New- 'c: ::r.t' tj ,.. r-Do 0C enlarged to more than eight hundred pages
c: has
made the
PPLICATION been
to
% @ .m l1J9 York and 0'ls ? en 3 S5. / and bound in the best ,manner, wiu
Philadelphia. Also for nine ::r.< .2... en Bank of the United States for the
"
be
= < delivered to subscribers
a Live Oak beams for a frigate of the 1st s at five dollars
7, t>'i G feet end thee quarters of anI class,to be delivered<< at the Navy Yard at CI1 ._SoE.. -ot ::J ,0-a-'! 4 ..: 53HB renewal of the following described notes, per copy ; being the same for which the
t'
I inch high, of black complexion, ("') :: -C0C1 viz: last four editions
New York. 13-lOt.AL'AYsliaVs. UJ 1D '" 3 000) (I: were sold. To non-sub5-
he 1m a bold look&a disposition CiSVt- ::s 0 _l'I:: :_c IIIc.o D.No. 16, payable Benjamin scribers, the price will be six dollars, but

-wu I mnujj0 be *cry talkative ; he says he Sale.. .r oJ. ,.... "0-, 0 "v c.o..,. ._.. -j Morgan,at the Office of Discountand the patrons of the W1)rk will be first supplied
is about of and I 4. .CD.. :-: 0 Vt.>> t1I-.. tuO Deposit,N. Orleans,dated; Philadelphia without of
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twenty-seven age, to the
years Court regard
Superior District of West ,., ::! -:.. z 1r expense
..Vt 0'" ::I 5th April, 1819, g 100F.
belongs to .Jr. Isaac Harrel. living in L'" "") en ."zI. &" C '< transportation and distribution.
Florida. .. So) po : -- No. 1619, payable to Chas. S.
Green County, State of Mississippi. No ::' =' t) en':3
ether i identifying marki perceptible. Charles Ivy } III4&.. ; g. a ;:!!> West, at do. date, 1st May, 1825, 100 N. B.-In the former notices which
t1Il"f :rIQ & have been circulated the
Cfi. announcing
:u'. S. vs. fa. ;)o"j" c: 0 ;:S.. Po. ... rr t1I H. No. 34, payable to Joseph
Chapman, Charles Beeler. } "r-. en =- = f to t'n Saul, at do. date 10th May 1818, 100E. contemplated publication of a new edition
I :Ii' Y virtue of writ of .rpz l"f >. c.-.. of the Medical Companion mention
Commyns, rp a fieri facias, to me c.;;; No. 4716, payable to Chas.: S.
City! Constablet. 4__ directed, which issued upon a judgment o._.. .\II.. VI....!11': ..tit-000)C:3 Ii tjL' : c.::I.c c.:...C. West at do. date 2d May 1825, 50 was made of the places where subscription

Pensacela, May 5th, 1826-10-tf.SMiT. : or decree, obtained at the last May r'", C :-::s :;.;.. :-:' o-f OI ..rn Ig'Sn \v. 9749, same, date 4th Oct. papers would be lodged, for the
of said '" :: C 1824 convenience of those who might be disposed -
Term
> Court, upon a process to 0 r4 Vta.. 0_ < n 10 I
foreclose a mortgage, given by the said ":4: c= t) ;;- -("') M ? ;00:s or A. No. 2542 payable to J. Coneyat I ,to give it their patronage. The

b Beeler on the following tract of land, to r tII c.::7.t1I :I::.I.a' *l 1 -0> Philadelphia l 1st Ian.. 1817, 20 author has Leen advised-.-___ nf- this_____ omissioa0 ---.-
.. wit: '::; c a q r wc A. No. 1514, payable to I*. Seipat by the receipt of several letters of inquiry
1 QVii/ViiAjir:)\ \tli\ Bushels Allum Salt, cargo @*(f\ ARPENS, at the head of Es "3'r'j n a-.. :;::;s $$2--0: ye: Philadelphia, 1st.Jan. 1817, 20 from various sections of our country,as la
of Schr.Hope Return, from 51
'Itagged Island,just landed and for sale side of the Escsmbia river 3 & n ;' n" > ; c ft o.qST solicit Editors Newspapers, Booksellers
; excepting ? :::1 I .. S400The
c. ::: -
-
low. Enquire at the store of J. Forsythor dD. : 7t'Q
therefrom o g merchants and other
50 Country
acres, taken from the southeast S GS 0 e-..fill ,
of the subscriber. !'!- 2 2.3 5 S"JhcSgrS .0. gentlemen, who be far prompte4by
corner thereof for the town of Bee. ..B .- above mentioned notes were enclosed may so
J. Jerrisonjr. lerwlle. : ; rrn 0 in a letter instructions, deliver. motives of philanthropy, .either to

Pensacola, May 15th, 1826. The above property, is in the possession S 11"S .. ("'). oGp" ed to Capt. Andrew Boyd, of the Schooner the author or the public,.as to take an
of'diaries Ueeler and bas been taken Ss 0' =-.---- n p-7Q :-:. Caravan, of New-YQrk, which vessel interest in its dissemination, to receive

: Cordials Bitters &c. in execution and will be sold at public : f"" 5f 2 N:1:; t' :;7 went to sea from this port, on the 17th subscriptions, and for every ten respoasi
auction, or so: much thereof as will 'pay 8 W'0 $ S 4! day of Sept. 2825, bound to Ragged 1,. ble subscribers, a handsome coPl.ofthework
JPjIlE- ] subscriber has\ lately. received the debt, interest aDd COlt, as called for land, for Cargo of salt, aDd not having will be given. The encouragement
on consignment, in said execution, forcash, in front of, : The. publishers of the laws of the since been heard of it i is supposed perished .: already received,justifies .the' author ia
15 cases Liqueurs assorted, the Court House, in the City of Pensaco- : United Stales .will insert this notice six at sea. S the belief that he shall be able to presentthe

10 do. wine bitters la, on Tuesday the 1st day of August :1. times in their papery: Stone' &.Nisbet. work to the public in the course Of
next, between the hours of 10 and 12 : ... 'June 13-20-6t. 1- : three or four months. As there will be
3 bbls. ...: 1. Pcns cola 10th 1826 10 w6mNotice4a but few subscribed
cheriy bounce, 'u'cluckA.Ii. I May, more copies published than

ALSO, William Sebree I Warehouse, \it St. Marks. I Hereby Given, returns for should, it is be desirable made as-'speedily that. complete,as

30'H,boxes Vermicelli, .M r.h lly'; F. subscriber erected :OTpHAT at the next term 'of' the lion. possible. Editors Newspapers throughout
near
All of which will be sold very hv to close Peniacola, June 30th, 1826-18-. t. THE landing att.' lately Marks, a' commo.', :. 4i the County;Court..L will present .the United States, will promote because

ales. dious and secure 'WARBH.OUSEwhere accounts and 'vothei,, .and apply.for a of humanity and confer lasting1obllgktionon
DAVID
Jerrisonjr. C.P1NKHAM, he.is'prepared to receive' goods'citheron final'settlement of,the estate of DomingoReciodeceAsed. the author, by'giirig.theahove

Pen.wcola, May 19th, 1826. Counsellor at Law. .Storage or Commission.m. 'S an insertion their respqptive papers

I w _____ _________________ _________ H V :NG-fixed his residence"at Pen*.. '... W "WrigTrt. Joseph ,E. Caro, ; and those Editors who may have
me goodness to comply with this suggts
.. : cola, will law in < ,
practice the.courts.of ddminiitrator '
JCbtiee.' St..Marks,_Dec..20th,1826.27tf.SS tioh, ar requested to send to the 'author
Eicambia, \l"alton,.Jackson<<; 'Gadsden Peu -May 27,182 .13-8t.
I a these thate
MilliE tale of the Cargo oftbe Schooner and.LeonrCounties.and also at Mobile : ,rf paper containing ,, proposal
', 4JL '''Jupiter Till .He be : JPHINTING, .. may know'to, whom he is in4ebleoat \ $
found'at
I postponed Saturday .may his office next dop :. >*: ,! :'RED'I1KThsinall.bottles fcipsrlfhe
the'22d July, inst. WM-.SKBREK, below the Post Office. Executed with despatch at thit some future time he flatterv l
foe wle at tho Pen- shall hare''the he bas the
power, as
S JiJJy.14.th,1826. Jtarthalf. f r .uIcolIL, April 14th, t826,_ If/; $ .pffictr5 : -, i* coU BQokltOlC! jcuiuion,4iacharge: the obligation

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