Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: July 29, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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VOL.; III. Principia non Ainine..) PENSACOLA, ATVAyi1Jy 29, 1826., ("pen toall parties: influenced by none.) No. 22-

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-I- PUBLISHED- XVXRT-SATCHDAT.BYW..HASELL- Fox Indians' provided f rbytIc: tf .e t: "' *"* and ,Georgetown, before the passage for Pentaeela Gtzct:*.
HUNT. ''t third article of the treat iy wltb. twenty M :;a. ,this act, and J'of. appropriating Dear Hunt, pray tell us wlul'a the rout,
; Is Bedlam il m'A,
or l'a ro -
.r:. Gs 'mi i'according to. rf sc t ex- out, .4
Sou Enittm AID Paorataroft ; them of Fcurth August, ergfcteefl r *i*" "p'r 1 \ '< r* -'" p, That. thus ill vorJaare Jon. 'about.
PuotithertfthcLavtofthe Unilfd Statn hundred and twenty.four,jumnatly cd to the SftawBwr. fW second laws ; but that it snail' be *'fV 1'1.12'clatter? '. --
and fthf Temttirji of Florida. for nine years, one thousand dol article of..taid treaty, one thou duty of the said Court, and Barancas'-bard* bailh scold :and flout-* -
{ SuiteWPTIOH-Year 5 sand iwo hundred audi| fifty dp lIars l- are hereby authorized bnd f Pray what's the matter?
Half year 3 : lars.For to use all the with
the of the powers
1 50 annuity IWaySj I Gi 'em word mend ..
Quarter year a to their rulec-
Subscriptions payable in advance.ADVKKTISIHO : provided fur by the second article For the payment of the turn they are now invested, for T'will do no ham to switch the fools -
-Every advertisement I of the treaty: with them, of fourth stipulated j for, by same article the said tax : And pro- Who play with sharp and edged tools, .
of the width of one column and measuring August, eighteen hundred and of srid treaty and, for the improvement dfurth r., That all laws, now An' see na danger;
not more than twelve lines of this type, 1\V nty-four, annually, for nine abandoned by the Indianson I force, xshicU.rpake! it the duty Yea,send 'em back to Northern schools,
first insertion onedollar.cach weekly and wider continuance years, five hundred dollars. the lanes ceded by them, and the the said Court to provide!! for ; To cool their :awg c. #. -

fifty cents; longer and For the annually, of inconveniences, of removal fourteen suppott oT the poor residing 're in t tW'Jice
ones at the same rate. Hule figure expense, -They pudl1lih. Pariassus'sprh g:., : ; :
work, double price for the first insertion. supporting blacksmiths, furnish- thousand dollars. ithi \ the limits of Georgetown, sacred muses once did sing. ". .
Advertisements will tastefully dtspiay- ing farming utensils and cattle, Fdtiayment of the claims cd% according to the nature of them! i nd and employing to aid lhe Sh&wnees against citizens of the & that henceforth it shall be In crystal water;
will be measured by matter of this size ptr'-ns But now,your bards ah !!lad '8 the sin !
for of the said Court to ;
\ duty
United States as provided pro-
Socks and nd in
When inserted at intervals, (that rcxe* loways, Have made it mortar.In .
type. from the first I for in the fourth article of said for the support of such only of
j;, not inserted every week, agriculture, as provided by
in the last insertion) each insertion will the fourth ar.d fifth articles of the treaty, eleven thousand dollars. poor of the county as reside troth it grieves me much, to see :
be charged RS a new advertisement. : aforesaid treaties \vl)* them, three For carrying into effect the '-provision of the limits of Washington.Sec. Twa clever bards so disagree,
Amounts foradvertibing payable alwayson I thousand dollars. of the said fourth article, 2. And be itfurther enacted Who ought in harmony to be,

(demand.j* Liberal contracts will be made For she annuity of :'he Qua- i relative to a blacksmith, including the said Corporation may, Lash we 11 the An'loons-make tune their throttles'em agree '

with those who wish to advertise b\ the paws, provided for by the second the expense of tools, iron, and the general purposes mention- Over their'bottle -
year.QjT. article of the \r atj' "nh them, of : the erection of the necessary buildings in the charter of said town, and
:: Communications directed to W. fifteenth November, erth JIa ell Hunt Tost Master, I'cnsacola and twenty-four. for and shop, two thousand five hundred i lay a tax on all real and per- The angel form, the peerless queen, -
will be duly attended to. anpnally, Freedoma's muse, with native.sheen
__ within the limits of
-- --- ---J ten years,, on.'thousand CHi liars. and fifty i property I. In foi'ests moving .
Lairs United States. For the annuities, provided for For expenses incurred in the exceeding seven- Discord will q\lti1'uC'neatb, Tween. *? : .". 'T.. I"''''
ofthc .- by the second and tnird articles of I negotiation of Mid treaty one cents in the hundred dollars, Heree reproving.Donald. .
the treaty of twentieth January, I thousand six hundred dollars.To law to the contrary notwith- .' _

7:Vr? iC'v're eighteen, hundred and twenty-five, carry into effect a stipulation I .
with the Chcctaw nation six contained in the treaty con- Sec. 3. And be further enact-
4. __ .. ( A M
.* .' :: v : thousand dollars annually, for fifteen cluded at Prarie du Chien, nine That this act shall commence USIJG.J :.. ::
= f + $ era years, and six thousand dollars teenth August last, with tertain be in force from and after the From the Berkshire American.-

annually, forever,) and by the tribes of Indians, for holding twogeneral I thereof. Directions to Young Gentle.
S S Councils with the Indians Approved, May 20,1826.PUBLIC '
tenth article of said one ,
treaty, No. 76. men at a Tea Party. :
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hundred and dollars! for Robert on Lake Superior and Green Bay,
fifty act to authorize the Secretary of the BT SOLOMON TmxiUTovsREsa.!
Cole, a Choctaw Chief during (as per accompanying copy of a I War Department to purchase a site.for Young. men, especially those
life ; twelve housand-- one detailed estimates [estimate] fortbeie an Arsenal at St. Louis, in the State of who are not much acquainted
the other which Missouri, and to provide for the erection -
hundred and fifty dollars. : and objects with the /Zolite world, are apt not
For the payment of the annuity follow, furnished by Governor of an Arsenal on the sa.me.B hut to feel exceedingly
it enacted by the Senate and only to appear, -
due to the Chickasaw nation, for Cast,) twenty seven thousand dollars of Representative of the awkward in the company of

the year eighteen hundred andtwentyone ; States America in Con- ladies, for :hc want of some plain
of ,
under the several For carrying into effect the stipulation -
I directions how to behave themselves. .
That the Stcre-
treaties with them which has of the fourth article of the assembled ,
remained like
They are raw reCruits -
of the War be
Miatnies of sixth : ) Department .
with the
in of treaty ,
unpaid consequence he is hereby, authorised to in an army who. are. obliged -
the delinquency of the late agent, October, eighteen hundred and -undergo several weeks of
J- it
be ef
as soon as can
Robert C. Nicholas and eighteen providing for a
-- against ; gunsmith preparatory discipline, before they
13Y4U7'JIORITY.PVBLICNO. reasonable terms site
on a
whom suit has been instituted for the annual sumjof: six hun are fit for active service. Not that
arsenal in the
[ 7.1An an at or vicinity
act to extend the width of the Washington the recovery of the amount, thir- dred dollars. St. Louis, Missouri and to I feel disposition subject young
Canal. ty-five thousand one hundred dollars To carry into effect the provision ; gentlemen the same -severe

be erected such Arse-
Be it enacted by the Senate and *. of the same article of said an chilling that required in the
al on the same, as be deem
House Representative* cf the Ui i To carry into effect t"he treaties treaty, for the detiveiry of one hundred for the safe may of camp. My' intention is merelyto
nitfd State -of America, in Con.greesa8se7nliled I I with the Osages of the 2d'ariB with and sixty bushels oraalt, an- proper arms and munitions keeping the give them some easy lessons,

That :he Washington : Kanzas. of tne 3d June, eighteen nually, to the Miamies, the annu- States that frontier I (drawn from the fiblitc&t schools,
Canal be and'I hundred and al sum of three hundred and twenty : on ;
Company twenty-five, namely : that for these the so plain that they cannot be misunderstood .
fire hereby authorized to increas For surveying the lands dollar purposes j
reserv- of fifteen thousand dollars and' so important, that '
the width of Washington Canal ed to said Indians by said treatic, Tocarry into effect the provi- I hope they will not he forgotten.
from seventh street west, to ten thousand collars. si the third article of the & the same is, hereby appropri- I Never
1st. to -
of the of the Trea- j say any thing a
its western extremity, by removing For the payment of the annuitiesto trejyivith the Delawares, 8h.nees ;., out otherwise moneys ![ lady, which will lead her :o suspect -

its southern boundary to a dis- the Osage and Kanzas Indians, Pottawa'.imics, Miamies.I"f Approved not May 20, 1826.PuDucNo.77.1 appropriated.. i ycu take her for a rational
tance not exceeding one hundred as provided for by the third articleof Kickapoos, Eel Rivers, Weas [ I being. Treat,her like a doll, or a
atfd fifty feet from its northern said treaties of seven hundred Piankeshaws, and Kaskaskias, act to authorize the Judge of the ( parrot-a thing all outside, a body
." boundary ; and also to form a basin dollars in lieu of all former annuities seventh June, eighteen hundredand District Court for the Western District! I ithout a soul, and sound without

on the Canal between sixth to the former, and three thousand three, for the delivery of one Virginia, to hold the District Court sense. '1 alk with her upon ail '
and seventh according hundred ahd bushels of salt for the Western District of Pennsylvania
streets, west, five hundred dollars to the fifty for the trial of certain cases. subjects except those of imfior-*
to such plan as shall be latter for annually to said Indians, the annual
approved annually, twenty years ; Be it enacted by the Senate and tance. Never introduce any con
by the Prebident of the United ten thousand five hundred dollars. sum of three hundred dollars. of efiresentativea of the versation of 2 scientific or liierarycharacter. .

States. For the purchase of cattle, hogs, For arrearages of salt due to States of America, in Con- In short, ever say any -
<)r.c2.. And be it further enacted, and other domestic animals and the Indians, under the provisions & assembled, That the Dis- thing which indicates, either _
That it shall be the of the of the aforesaid six hundred
articles, as stipulated for by the treaty ,
Judge for the Western Dis- knowledge, thinking, or sznseyoursrli .
said Canal 1 Company within five fourth articles of and forty dollars.
said treaties, including Virginia is hereby autho- or presupposes them! in.
years from and after the passing the of For the payment of-the annuity t'
expense transportation and required to hear, try, your fair companions. It i is excessively -
of this act, to cause the bed of he and delivery of the same, secured to the Christian Indians determine, all causes now im/iQlite3 and! shows ii i'at

said Canal, Ihrough its whole fourteen thousand seven hundredand so called, in consideration of the J in the District Court for you are no gentleman. Besides,
length, to the Eastern Branch, to fifty dollars. relinquishment of their title to Western District of Pennsyl there is another advantage in a ...

be so constructed as to contain For the expense of building 1 1I three sections of land, in Tuscara- in which the Judge of the strict adherence to this ruleyouhave

water at least one foot in depth at I four houses! for Osage Chiefs, as was County Ohio, by the agree- id last mentioned District Court an excellent chance of con-
Ordinary low tide. stipulated for by the said fourth ments entered into with Governor own and
1 been concerned as counsel be- cealing your ignorance. ,
Speaker of the House JOHX' .TAYLOR, article of the treaty with them, Case, for that purpose, filed in the his appointment, in the same want of sense. Observing, this
Hepresentatives and one for the principal Kanzas General Land Office, and bythe
rule in
JOHN C. CALhOUN, .' r and at the same times & invariably, your conversation -
Vice-President of the United States, and Chief, (as estimated for by General act of Congress of twenty-sixth of as the said District Judge with the ladies, will have a -
President of the Senate. Clark,) ten thousand dollars. May, eighteen hundred_ and twen. the Western District of Penn- fine effect upon them. They will

Approved, May 20, 1826. For carrying into effect the pro ty-four, (seventh section,) the annual might or could- have not be likely to spoil their bloom ... I .

[PcBLlc-No.14.JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. visions of the aforesaid treaties, sum of four hundred dollars. had he not been concerned I by hard study, and deep thinking, .

An act making appropriations] to defray relative to agents blacksmiths, Approved, May 20th, 1826. counsel therein. and will only care about trifle* to ":,

the expense of negotiating and carrying agriculturists and other personsto An act further[Pumic to amend-No.the 75.]Charter of Sec. 2. And be itjurther enacted, ,be able to please you. :'
into effect certain Indian Treaties. be employed for the benefit of Georgetown, in the District of Colum. the said Judge shall receive 2dly.Vhcnever you wish to .
lie it enacted by the Senate and said Indians, including the expense his services, eight.dollars per say anything to a /yslalkup as .
House of Representatives of the of erecting the necessary bia.Be it enacted by the Senate and for the time he shall be em near as you can without treadingon
United States of America, in Congress buildings for the accommodationof House of Representative of tie in holding said Courts, her toes, and stand before her.

assembled, That the following such persons, for tools, and all United States of America, in Con"gress travelling to and from his It is quite impolite to sit beside a

sums be, and the same are other expenses connected with assembled. That the Levy I of residence, to be paid out lady when you are conversing with ;

hereby, appropriated out of any said provisions, fourteen thousandone Court Washington County, in any money in Treasury not her. You may take the right .

money in the Treasury not otherwise hundred and fifty dollars. the District of Columbia, shall appropriated. hand, or even the wail, in walking l

appropriated, for the objects For payment of the debts due not possess the power of assessing Approved, May 20, 1826.'PO'ETI.CA1.a.. the street, as every day's observa-

hereinafter mentioned, that is to by the Kanzs Indians to FrancisG. any tax on real or personal pro ion will convince you-that pre- .::;'

say : Choueau-and by the Osages perty within the limits of the Cor tilege belongs to the "lords of cre -'

To carry into effect sundry s ip. to Augustus P. Chouteau, Paul poration of Georgetown, nor shall -- U-- ation. But on no account be so -
uattonsoftreaties with the Cherokees Baillio, and William S. Williams, the Corporation of said town: be Fir the Petuacola Gazette. rude as to sit down, when in con. "I". ..
Creeks, Socks, and Foxes, as provided for by the eighth and obliged to contribute any.ynan-\ The suggested following on reading impromptu Wardsworth's on Burns, versation with a lady in'Company.By .j

Iowa}'", Quapaws and Choctaw, thirteenth articles of said treaties, ner towards the expenses or expenditures Boy"-after having read Tom standing up you not only show .
namely : two thousand dollars. of said CtfurVexcept .". your good breeding, but the fine 1
S For' payment of the annuity provided For payment of claims of citizens for the one-fourth part; fthe' expenses 6 When Southy &+ JJtzrdIT Drth'. : dimensions Well-selling coat. .
'for by the second article of for depredations committedby incurred oo account of the; understood, After having! had "uine,tailors*' gn '

the Cherokee treaty, of twenty- the Kanzas and Osage Indians, Orphan's Court, the office of coroner I can'folp praitc." putting. in my BraON.claim for your back to "make a man" of .

fourth of October, eighteen hun- as provided for by the seventh and the jail daid county, and long and heavy rains prevail, you, it would be a thousand pities :
dred and 1 four, annually, forever, ninth articles of the aforesaid one half of the expenses for the o- drought must follow, without fail ; if you could not have an opportu
I one,thouaand dollars. treaties eight thousand dollars. pening and repairing of roads in stormy winds their violence lose, nity of showing yourself "o/- j

For payment of the fifth and For expense incurred under the the county of Watibingtonwcst of dull when and a silent goodly calm work ensues is ended; down and show less" they used ,

4' last instalment, due in the present ninth article of the treaty with the Rock Creek, and leading to valu'd mutter is expended, totell me, when I was a boy* '. i
year, on the claims of the citizens Kanzas, and eighth and twelfth articles Georgetown : Provided always. leaves the builder scarce at will, But la in this genteel age, we I

of Georgia, against the Creek nation of the treaty with the Osages, That nothing herein contained other contracts to fulfill. understand matters better. Now :

under the fourth article of and all o her- expense attending shall be construed to prevent the wonder then, among mankind, the way is, to stand up and show \ ". '

;. the treaty with laid nation, of the the negociation of said treaties, said Court, 'or the-p Collector by many simple;ones" we find ; tnor If you are a tall man you. 1

eighth, January, eighteen hundred eighteen thousand three hundred them appointed, from: collecting r Burns from nature did require, have an excellent chance of.displaying ::
and twenty-one, tweuty.three thou and six dollars_ and seventy cents. ail taxes which have/ beets levied much centuries i of inspiring must elapse Are,before your,height to" the' best ; :

sand dollars. To carry i rate' .effect' the treaty by the said.Court on'real and personal can again recruit her store. D.I. advantage, and at .the same. time '

For the. anauityof- ..the Sock' and with. tbeSI1aWUUQfKyIIttCth- ,- --- -, --.." properly within. the limits I. Banncfts,July 3d. strengthening: the lady's lungs, by I
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: her to bawl as loud as she under the Ropublic al Geneva,'and( Court for seven- years, .with- horrorto 1 mountain, only one hundred and : with which the Greeks bid de. b.. ,
can, so that her voice may reach resided on his estate of Pregny, in himselC and'his country, resigned fifty are reported to have been taken fended that fortress. '
your upper story. If you. are a ihe pays de Gexancient province his missionm 1823, returned alive. Of-the 1&omtn and children, BALTIMORE, June .22. :

short fellow, und cannot show Burgagne, and was -a memberof the UvitccliSj5 and waa_ ,. .nominated a considerable number are. saidto By the schooner Medal. ', Smith,
yourself to advantage by your the States of his Province.. He Wellington and by the have destroyed 't themselves, or as'tlllS port from Kingston, Jam.fwe -
L own altitude, 1 would advise you died in 1791. State of Virginia, as a suitable. to have; been drowned in the ditches have received a file of the Ja.
to make the best of your condition In 1779, Albert Gallatin completed candidate for Vice President of the adjoining the town ; but above niaica Courant to 1st ,of the pre.
I b) mounting a chair or stool. It his academical studies with United States. He has recently, three thousand of \his descriptionhave sent month ; its contents: are un-
will show the high respect you considerable refutation for talents; as our readers know, been appointed 1 been returned as prisoners. interesting. The Spanish line of
have for the lady, and at the same and the Landgrave Frederick 2d Minister to England : and it iS1 The alarm caused by the dispersion battle: ship Guerrero, Commodore
time you cannot fail uf being taken of Hesse-Cassell (who had been to rescue his character and history was quickly communicated to Laborde, and schr. Havanero of
notice of yourself. educated at Geneva) desirous to from misrepresentation, that those wbo were to follow in the I three guns, were still lying in the
There is one thing, whe reby engage, him in his service, offered ,we have prepared this epitome of hazardous enterprise, and they harbor of Kingston.--Jimtrican.
;i many honest but bashful young him a commission of Lieutenantin his useful life. sought:shelter in the most tenable An extract from a letter, dated
1? ntcn have been not a little puzzled; his body guards with rank of places near the town. In the midstof Rio Hacha, 28th April, inserted in
when standing before the ladies. Lieutenant Colonel. This offer i "FJm1.GN..' the confusion, the Turkish the Curacoa Courant, states The
in company, viz.: to know how to however, young Gallatin (who had I troops rushed on from the'sea and whole island of Cuba is in a complete -
.. dispose of their hand I shall imbibed an ardent love for liberty -i NEW-Y RJt, June 20. land side, and took possession of I state of consternation, and
therefore, and was pre-determined to win Very late from Europe.-The the.forti.ficationsto" which theyset I so far from being able to attemptany
3dly. Give such directions ou his way to distinction by his own. packet ships Silas Richards, .25 :I fire.-It does not appear that I offensive operations, is at a
the subject as cannot fall to place exertions) notwithstanding the en- days from Liverpool, and the Edward : Ibrahim Pacha was wounded, as : loss how to preserve its ownin
the most diffident, and hitherto treaties of his friends, refused ; Bonaffe, 34 days from Havre, had before been stted. He had, : ternal tranquility-the Magdalen
untutored, gentlemen, entirely at and, in the spring of 1780, having arrived here ,yesterday morning.We on the 2d of zpril, offered termsto Post is in, with intelligence that
their CUSP. There are several secretly made arrangements to go. have received by them London the town, engaging that the i Padilla arrived 21st inst. at Car- ;>

way'i ol disposing cf your hands, I to the United Sia'es, procured a papers to the 23d, Liverpoolto lives,of the inhabitants should be thagena from Bogota, with instructIon '
the most graceful" end natural of passport from the French Resident the 24th, Paris to the 13th, and spared, and that they should be at to the Intendant to carry*
which is, putting them in your Minister to travel in the interiorof Havre to the 15thult. all inclusive. liberty proceed to any part of into effect the contemplated 'invasion
.- t breeches9 pockets. I will give you France, proceeded by circuitous The most interesting intelligence the Turkish domintons ; but these of Cuba, so that preparationsare
an air of importance in the eyes of routes to Brest, and embarked on contained in them is the Fall of proposals were rejected. Thus, already commenced to that end.
the fair sex, if, when your hands oard[ an American brig of but sixty Missolonghi, which we had hoped after a most hopeless resistance, The last division of the auxiliary
are thus imposed of, you keep tuns, and after a passage of from our last accounts, would ending. desperation, arising from troops- which went to Peru, re-
.jwgling1 a parcel 1 of old keys And eighty days, landed af Boston on have been able to sustain itself. the most terrible privations, have turned to Carlhagcna, the garrison
coppers, so as to appear to. have'a the' 14th July, 1780. He immedi- It.will also be noticed with plea the brave defenders of .Missolon- of which place is now com
vast deal of money about you. ately joined as a volunteer of a body sure that a further but trifling advance ghi nearly all perished by the posed of 3,500 men."
t Another way to dispose lIt your of American troops at Machias, had taken_ place in__cotton.Rus&ia swords of the invaders of their
: hands is, to hold up the skirts of in the State of Maine, and advanced and turkey.We find rights and territory ; and christian NEW-YORK, June 20.
I J your coat ; and thus display the funds to the commanding officer I in the Journal des Debats of a late nations have calmly permittedthe Insurrection in Brazil.-Let-
I scat of your keJ.st Y11lfTti, at .the for the support of this body of, date, an article respecting the relation sacrifice without interposingthe ters from Para to the 8h of May-
: aan.r time thii you relieve your Revolutionary soldiers. In 1183, : between Russia and Turkey, slightest aid or mediation to were received yesterday, via Bar-
.. hands from the awkward condition Mr. Gal latin became professor of : which, jf true, appears of considerable avert this murderous destructionof badoes and Hartford. They state
of having nothing to do. A the French language at Harvard interest at the present mo- human life that an i insurrection ,had brokenout

,f third method disposing of them College, Cambridge; and, in 1784, ment. That article slates thai The .Courier Francais adds that at Cameta a place about J 150
is, to hold them' behind you, with having received remittances from M. Minziacky, the Russian i when Missolonghi fell, the ,remaining miles from Para up the Amazon,
your left hand grasping your right Europe, he purchased several Ambassador at Constantinople, Greeks formed at the' where upwards of 500 men had
wrist, the pulm of your right hand large tracts of land in the State of had recently delivered a note to last moment, a kind of square bat, embodied and committed some ex
:urned backwards, and the fingers Virginia. During his residencein the ministers of the Porte, which talion, in the centre of which I cesses. A letter of the 8th, sa> a
inclosing the thumb of the same. Richmond, occasioned: by these seemed dictated by the energeticM. were placed the women .and children "the expedition sent to quell the
A fourth and perhaps the most ele- i purchases, he was so fortunate as.. Strongonofl", the former Am- ; endeavoring to open I insurgents at Camela, has been entirely -
jant is, to hold vfi yow watch : to obtain the friendship of Patrick i bassador, and which did not .limit themseUes a passage through the I. defeated, with the loss of its
chain with one hand, and twirl Henry, by, whose advice he purchased -: its demand io the evacuation of Turks and all were massacred. _I artillery, and more than40 wounded. -
jour key or a'tavhh the other.: I his farm in Fayette County, the provinces on the Danube. From the JVew York Com. fIiJvertitCf'l ." The lltte'have arrived here
The fifth and last way is, to fold Pennsylvania (at that time the That note is said to demlnd-lst. June". 1. This business, which *was at first
them on your breast-it gives youn County of Fayette was claimed by, 4-"be liberation of the Servian de- The patriotic reader will mournto thought unimportant)begins.to assume -
air of dignity and selfcollection and was under the jurisdiction ot puties, and the repression of the learn that Missolonghi, after I a serious aspect. An embargo
which scarcely belong to any the State of Virginia) and becamea I abuses of which they complain. all, has fallen But the victors has been laid here, and the
ether position-besides,your hear: citizen of the United Stales, according -I 2. The restoration the power were vanquished in their triumph.The President is fitting out a brig of
is then securely fortified, and may to law, Monongohcla conceded to Rqssia by the treatyof news was brought to Corfu, 16 guns, with several smaller vessel -
bid defiance to bright eyes, which County Virginia, in 1785. 1779, to gram letters of protection on the 25thtJApril, by a'Greek including a New York schooa-
' otherwise .would inflict many 9 Mr. Gallatin was elected, in to certain Greeks of the Mo- vessel. The fall of the fortress er, and declares his intention of '
deep wbSndwhile you stand be. 1789, a member of the convention rea and of the Islands. 3. The full took place on the 23d of thc same destroying the town. in case of _
fore th&I'ike a target before a which revised the Constitution' exercise of the right protection month, after sustaining a siege, i further resistance.
company of musketeers. Pennsylvania ; a member of the to the Greek worship, stipulatedfor and making a defence unexampledin I Mercantile Atlv rti'er.
Legislature of that State in 1790 ;, in the treaty ef Jassy in 1761, the annals of warfare. It was i --- ----- _v1M.E -..::" .

: i A1111T11ri. -I and in 1794 a member of the Serial and in. that of Bucharest in 1812, Palm Sunday according to the TlC.
of the United States. The (these conventions having been Greek Calendar, at day br ak. _-. -_: _- _- .
From the National Inleltig cc" Senate, however, by a majority of shamefully violated by the murderof The Government of the town, ''be From the EastFlridaHerald.
.t1/bert Ga//a/m.-From a jtesire one vote, all the Federal party voting the Patriarch, and the massacreof ing reduced to the last extremity, ST. AUGUSTINE, June 6.
IE' to do away the ignorance that exists against Mr. G., declared "him the Greek clergy ;) and 4. The opened the gates, and the troop of From Key: f 8t.-By the Revenue
4 in relation tolr.. Gallatin, ineligible, on the plea of his not resoration of the fortresses on the the Greeks opened itself a passage Cutter Marion, Capt. Doane
and of which we see daily proofs, having been a sufficient length of Phasis. The Journal des Debats' through the Ottomans. The ]latter i which anchored off our bar on Friday .
we have been induced to present to time a citizen of the United States.As adds, that neither the Porte itself had scarcely entered the town, morning last, we are gratifiedto
our readers the following sketch soon as the decision of the nor the Ambassadors-of Christian when the. mines which were prepared : learn that the Light vessel on.
of his origin and public life, which :, Senate was known, he was simultaneously allies were prepared for this blew up. and the destruction the Dry Tortugas ,has betn of the
may be relied upon ; elected a member of the uhimatum. The latter, accordingly was dreadful. [Another account -. most esstntial service in warning
Abraham Albert Alphonso de' Legislature- Pennsylvania for despatched couriers to their i; : stales that in the attempt to vessels of approaching danger.
Gallatin, commonly called Albert' Fayette County, and a member of respective ',Courts, soliciting instructions I cut their way through, .(the women Four ships lately have been entirely : ,
Gallatin, eon of John de Gallatin, the House of Representatives of how to act on this sud- and children having been indebted to the warnings of
and Albertice Sophia Jlulaz de the United States Washington den emergency. The answer was, i I placed in the centre of the hollow the bells of th 'light vessel. Employment .-
Rosey, was born at Geneva, Switzerland County (where he had never resid that they should use all their endeavors square) all were massacred by the for the wreckers dimin-
on the 29th day of January ed.) He took his beat in the last to induce the Porte to i Moslems.I ] ishes daily, and some of them have
1761, and is cf an ancient and mentioned body in 1795, arid re- agree to the Russian demands : left the wrecking ground.
noble family, (originally from Savoy man.( d therein, the most active within the time specified for the i The German of papers 'state, that The Bahama Turtlera who have
"On the lath the
,) that !lel'iveti'its origin frpa and efficient leader of the Republican termination of an amicable arrangement ; April, Greek heretofore occupied the Florida
Faulcher de Gallalin squadron, consisting of 59 vessels, coast in pursuit of that employ
party, until 1801 ; when, on ; which was to be the
S : of Arlod, who died about Air. Jdr rsol1's election to the Pre- 20th instant. 20 brulotiers, and as many mis- ment, to"the-number of twenty or
1258. N. John de! Gallatin de sidency, he was made Secretary of LIVERPOOL, May 19.Greecc.Fall ucs,'cast anchor off Missolcnghi. thirty vessels, have_. been turned
On the 14th it attacked the Tur-
Oranges, Lord of Ardorine,'. C ran- the Tn-asury : he fulfilled the arduous of Missolonghi.We .- 'by-Capt. Doane, ao that this
ges, Musintieis, and Arlod, Mas- du.ies attached to this department lament tostate that despatches co-Egyptian fleet of ISO sail lucrative branch of business, is
ler of the horse to Lewis, Duke of for twelve with received the strong. The action was obstinate reserved exclusively for American
years, were or. Monday at
and for
< Savoy, was father of John de Gale distinguished reputation and abi Colonial Office, from the Lord bloody, it, lasted three : C U te r prize.
latin, Lord of Arlod, a Viscount. I i High Commissioner of the Ionian days. The Turks, who bad two ,' This is a just measure. No A-
I'Alattne, and Secretary of State to lity.The Emperor Alexander of Rus- Islands, announcing that the fate frigates burnt and seven other. vessels merican dare approach the West
:Philberl the 2d (surnamed the sia, having, in 1813, ofl red his of the long-defended fortress of sunk, retired & took up their Indian coasts without being subject -
; handsome) Duke of Savoy ; this mediation between the United Missolonghi was finally decided I station beneath the cannon of the j to seizure ; and while we arc
: last John de Gallatin fortress of Patras. The loss of the excluded from the benefits of fish-
emigrated to States and Great Britain, Mr. G. on the night of the 22d and 23d ult.
{ rueand became Greeks consist of four vessels, two British it would be
a burgess jointly, with Messrs. Adams and It appears that the garrison having ing on ground, \
lheeol'on ihe J7il of December of which are put hors de service. for them to
Bayard was appointed Minister become desperate from the total unjust occupy ours
: 1510 ; a member of the council of Plenipotentiary to Russia : the no- want of provisions, and the The Augsburg 'Gazette '-says: ; Saw off Cape Florida the Span. .
two hundred in 1529 ; and a coun mination of Mr-G,, was rejected failure of the Greek fleet, under, "Recent letters from Constantinople : ish squadron under Commodore
cillor of Slate in February, 1535. in the Senate (by a majority of one Admiral Mialus, to throw supplies .! announce that in The&s&ly a : Laborde, consisting of 4 heavy-
He married PenieUe d'Entremont vote) on the ground that the appointment into the town, determined fresh rebellion has broken out, and I! Frigates, Sloop of War and Gun
in 1507 ; was born in 1476, and Envoy was incompatible to retire from the place. A sortie i the 'Greek 'Captain Thaao de Brig, cruising apparently, far
died in 1576 his descendants with the post of Secretary of was accordingly 'made by 300 Trikeri is at the head of it." some vessels.We .

have ever since held the principal the Treasury. The mediation of men, under two chieftains, with The cause of the Greeks, however are gratified to learn that our faithful
employments in the gift of the Republic Russia was in the mean time rejected the hope to gain possession of one. is gaining ground in Europe. & : and zealous delegate Mr. White will in
: Geneva. Albert Galla- by Great Britain, who proposed of the batteries upon the sea shore, i the ,German papers state that in the the visit next us; vessel.and may be expected here

tio (our Minister to London) is lineally to enter into negotiation directly which was defended: by a large i provinces, considerable sums have We have received copies of the circularof
descended from Peter de with the United States.- body of Arabs.; and the town was been raised by subscriptions and Mr. WBITK, to his constituents,-and
Gallatin (son of said John de Gal- donations. In Prussia have been able it lanceit -
This proposition was acceded to partially! set fire to, at the same too, there I only to give a ,
latin, and Pernette d'Entremont]) by our Government. Mr. Gallatin time, with the view of divertingthe is a general feeling in favor of will be laid before the public.White's. From
what have observed
mentioned by Gulchenon as having resigned his place in the Treasuryand attention of the besiegers.' It 'Greece, and the efforts te serve doings.we as our Delegate, we of think Mr. be fairly -
' done ho }age to Francis the 1st, was appointed jointly with was hoped, that by this attack, a that country teem not only to be merits the thanks of the people of this
King cf France, for certain fiefs in Messrs. Adams, Bayard 'Clay -and way would be opened for the remainder tolerated, but even countenanced, Territory, and as he will be among u*
>. .I UugX, but he remained and diedat Russellon this important mission of the garrison : but this by the highest authorities.The soon, we hope the people of this part of

Geneva In 1558 ;; he married and negotiated and signed, with plan had been foreseen by the lady of Sir Walter Scott, of Florida their will confidence.give some public expression

Jeanne Texdan in 1539 These those gentlemen, the Treaty of Tur-k ')aftd their posts were sostrongly7 died at Abbots ford on the 14th SL Augustine,June 13.-We understand
particulars it is proper to 5tate, Peace at Ghent, in December 1814. reinforced, fl'om" of May. 'Sir \"v'aItervas marriedin that measures are taking for giving our
being in our possession, because it Jointly with Messrs. Adams and they" kept' up a tremendous fire, 1797, and his lady was the Delegate, Mr. WHITX, a public dinneron -
Jtas suited the purpose of some to Clay, in 1815, Mr. G. negotiatedand I that th ;Greeks attempted in vain daughter of John Carpentier, of his arrival here. We think tbat a testimony )Jr.
of this kind is highly
throw out coarse insinuations of proper:
signed a treaty of commerce at I to forcera passage, by carryingthe the city of Lyons. White; so far as we nave been allowedto
MrG's being of obscure origin, London 'with Great Britain' : In battery ; the body left by ,the The cause of the Greeks was judge, he has kept the general interestof
., .. tec.: But Mr. Gallatin is a Repub- 1816, he was appointed Envoy Extraordinary two' chieftains, dispersed, and en incidentally touched upon, in the: the Territory in view, and ha* been as.
r Jican. lIe no more boasts the nobility and Mmiater sate siduous in pressing its concerns upon the
Plenipotentiary deavoured to themselves of
by Commons the 19th.
House on
':.4t:" : of his : than Dr. attention of Congress and Jbe Govern
ancestry to France. At
Hague the
gaining mountains. They Sir R bert Wilson and Mr. Hob. be free
: ment. As tar as 'roan can
4' "::' Franklin was ashamed of being descended in 1817' he, jointly with 'Mr. Eus- then poured into the town, and house, spoke in favor of the gov- from the cares of party any, we think he has
"<,; lions a succession of hon tis, arranged the commercial_ difficulties put to the sword, or made prisoners ernment ii king some measures in been so, and we hope, because be haJJ
: est blacksmiths. that existed between the all who opposed them. The their favor before another kept the general prosperity in view,that
The father of Albert Gallatin, United States and the Netherlands year our citizens will unite in the contemplated
: loss sustained by the Turks : .
on should come round. Mr. H. said confidence.Of
expression of respect and
dying \% hen he was but seven years And at London in 1816, jointly this occasion is not but :1 White,
reported ; the ruin of the<< Greek cause was the indefatigable industry of Mr.,
of age, be was educated at the U- with Mr. Russell, again negotiatedand the obstinacyof the conflict may not. : necessity to .be inferred from the Editor of the'National Journal speaks
mverfiiiy of Geneva under the tutelage signed a of Commercewith fact .I as follows ,
treaty be estimated, by the that although the,downfall, Missolonghi. On :
; of his grandfather A. deGallalin Great Britain ."Her natural claims have been well
between two thousand and the best ,
I'I'h contrary, ,possible resUlts *
sustained assiduity
: de Pregny, who had resigned I Mr. Gallatin, after representing three thousand Greeks in by the persevering' -
perished be from herJlelegate.
., pughttp predicated, ; powerful ability of)Ir... White,
: the employment he held the United States. at- the- French- the town_. ; and at -the -foot'-- of- -the- the courage' andde8per .te valor. 'That, gentleman, always tifciobliging ant
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b'j rrOr(1ft1. ofbTiDUg City.; Advertisements must be handed in been equally so. Hut, admitting !the : on.thl coast.impnseon- them any duty J ?

: ,,btJ1ettr. an opporunit)of congrcl'! ftfly I by noon oa Thursday, or earlier if conve treachery. oversight of all the Dele I whatsoever description, except'the fol ANOBDINAjtfCE. T ,

bcfofe tho wbicttthe)'e intereihJ of nient. gates from the Territories it is inconceivable I I lowingCoined:- In addition to the "Ordinance to pn, ",..

specifiC messure in inv hed. and 1\\:1) that Congress sheuld have been I gold, two per cent. the health /the City of Pentauta" .S

the r etnto y' was jceSUC to Its .successFul JlnExcelleni Speech.Ve think the guilty of such inconsistency and' injus Gold in bars,,or otherwise, ,two percent JDEK Ordained 6JIIIII Board / lter-

(. J&ctive in pursuing basiaborcil with a following is one of the most valuable tice. Thin would l be worse than weaviug ". > wen,' -That' no pcxvm or pcrwna, .

consuDD1ation..ftiCienct"Iu, 'b has speeches that has been made during the Penelope's web ; it would be giving with Silver,coined, in bars,: or, otherwise .coming by sea to!he. Port of Pelba cola. ", ,. .
zeal, fidelity and this one band and taking with the oth& shall I land within'Iid..Port, until .
: 11a circular whichflr. late session of Congress. Per aps away ; I three and one half per cent. perm .
T1uer been surpassed. delivered Mr. .thev would give a .eminent advan&ge Ision be first obtained from the Health .
published to hIS.wlde- and one, about as long, : by Pf LORENZO DE ZAVALA, I "
White bu contitU"just he has ghcn : HerrickofMiine, on the subject of attempting to the Asylum, vlieie the preference President ofthe Senate. I Officer, nor shall such person or persons '
Constitution due to the claimants under the 50 on board any other vessel :lyiig\witb- -
lyfccauc""lement ofthe various mea- to amend the ;pre-emp Sernardo Gonsales Perez de Jlngelo,
tur1! lure been brought forward which we p-.iblished some time ago, may tion law, and when both parties could'be President ofthe Chamber of Deputies. I In said Port without such nenwssion. Any .,.

& which session, with reference to the II properly be considered the bcst and accommodated without any conflict,;;,.. DEMETRIO .CASTILLO person offending af;ui.rt this Ordinance '

duriug the of the condition of Florida." most useful. The land Committee perfectly familiar Senator Secretary. shall be fined m the aura of fifty .

improvement in when the with such matters, and the legislation of JOAQUIN MIGUEL GLTIENEZ dollars. "
Since the above was type, we On the 15th April, question '
S. Passed 17th
P. to learn thai Mr. White will not be relative to the adjouinment of Congress, Congress in relation to them has been Deputy Secretary. July 1826.

rrgrtt this city till November next ; he hav- was before the House of Representatives, uniform.-Uely upon it, the alarm which Whereupon I direct the same to be P..AUJa, Pret.'S.

in been appointed one of the visitors of Mr. Wright of Ohio said : has been excited upon this subject a- printed,.published, and circulated, and G. R. A. Rickets
ing mongst tlie! claimants, is 1 be thai ,
< groundless. thersame be duly fulfilled.
West Point Academy.The >I am no physician, regular '
the are agent of the Asylum has committed a Palace ofthe Federal Government .. ; .
Sysem.-Proposals .
dipping the St. Marys and bred or quack, but I wiU proposea gross blunder, so far as he has.included, inMexicotlOth May, 1826.GUADELOPE Apprised,July 18th" 1826. f
;issued for completing remedy for the difficulty, which the of John Jerrison .
Bay Road. We understand that improvements persons claiming VICTORIA. JJlay(), .

Tampa hand-bills containing these proposals seems to press upon gentlemen, pre-emptions, and upon representation And I transmi ...the same to you to be -

four were sent b,' Captain Birch to the which I thin k will be found efficacious. to the Secretary of the Treasury-:under carried into effect. AN ORDINANCE. ,

the here, whose direction the location ,..U'teade, God and liberty. : To .
commanding officer of post I Let us meet an htmr earlier authorise the killing t Dog
it will no doubt be removed. Mexico 10th 1826.
: Againstsuch May,
two of them inbt. DE it ordained the Boartf'ofjJtJermeit'JJ
with a request post up in the morning and devotethe blunders, and their effects I by
Johon' and two in DuvaLl County, as the I momentary ESTEVA. I ofthe City ifPenoutola, That S
: '
only publication to be mad Notwithstanding hour thus gained to petitionsand : no ability or vigilance could protect a-- I dog which may be found running at every large -

this implied interdict, we should.ha"e original propositions : that i the people of Florida. It is to be regret- MARRIED. after the fifth day of August next, shall
for the benefit of done ourselves to work ted, that such a conflict should have taken Pensacola on Satur- be in \
them apply our destroyed
published manner
but it is the misfortune of the day evening the 22d day of July, instant, {except
the people and the Government,could we seriously to our usual time for adjournment place and have by the Revd. Mr. Maenhaut, ofthe Catholic with fire arms..and other poison than nux
it.will to take the
these bills Asylum con-
obtained a copy. One ot vomica) and the constables of said
and then continue in Church Major WILLIAM SEBKKX Marshal City
last week, but it was sequences-irWie agent perseveres, the shall be and
sticking they are hereby
we saw up ofthe District of West Florida, to Mrs. charged
session an hour later in the evening Asylum must yield, and the pre-emptive the
with of
soon torn down by some one. AN5 S. CIARK. ; all of this City. duty carrying this ordinance
Florida Indians.-Col. Humphreys is at and devote that hour to the claims prove triumphant. into effect. Provided, that every dog
Washington, with the chiefs, Hicks the delivery of .speeches on subjects Plain Truth.Norfolk From the Florida- having a brass or copper collar, (at least

head chief, Miconopy Holata Mico, Tulcee which have ceased to be interesting Intelligencer.MARRIED. one inch and a half wide) round his neck,
Nea --v_ c 2)-Q"-=- with the of his ",
Mathla, Fakee Lustee Hajo name owner. inscribed
The Secretary & on which every member of At Tallahassee: on Tuesday the 12th thereon shall be left
and Itcha Tuitenuggy. unmolested.
Mathla of War held a talk with them in the House has made up his mind ; July 1.-We learn from Captain July, by Ede Van Evour, ACBILLE MURJLT 2. Be itJurtheordained, That the said

the and which not intended to Wheeler, of the schooner Monroe, Esq. of Florida, formerly of Italy, eldestson constables _
which he says the Indians may occupy are which arrived here yesterday from Jere. or any other person or per. .
of his late Joachim
Big Swamp until it is wanted, and invites produce effect here, or throw light mie, (St. Domingo,) via Eleuthera, 'four Naples, to Mrs.Majesty CATHAIUME King DAN&EUFIELB of sons who may kill any dog or dogs, according -
and havea
them to go over the Mississippi" upon the subjects discussed. If I and a half days from the latter, that information GRAY Tallahassee, lately of Frederick- to the foregoing section of this .
chiefs in
teacher them. The reply Ordinance, shall be entitled to a '
among the am told that gentlemen will not reached Jeremie, on the 12th inst. burgh Va. daughter of Major Eyrd C. of compensation
have as for
forty cents
must swamp
say they of the arrival at the seat of that Government every dog o
Willis of above .
the Mississippi attend at so early an hour, I an. place.Lot
their property-will not go over of a British frigate, with a British Provided, said dog or dogs, be

: and do not want teachers with swerthose will attend who have any Ambassador: (a colored man,) with whom earned: to, and buried at, such ;pbce as

them. They were introduced to the President 1 business: to do Sc it is only those, the negotiation of a Commercial Treaty the Mayor may direct. Provided a/*., '
and much pleased with the thataaid dogs so killed as aforesaid: s. all
who generally give their attendance had beenentered upon, the terms of
interview.-Idem. .-** the first hour of the session : whic.h,.re very favorable to England, Sllm not be made of I'ensacola.to appear to belong to nonresident -
but against which a strong remonstrance .
now. If 1 am again told we shall Passed 26th 1826.
IPlm! S&fJJ( )Ja&B had been made by the French Charge July "
not secure the attendance of a quo : d'AfiUircs.-Jicacon- 1'(; P. Alba, Pres't.
rum th last ho1such a session, ., GL R. A. RickeU J
JULY 29 1826.Veritc "
1 I answer again neither the house : 1 : of rel'8\\: ()\a.Joo. Secretary. ;
.rroll.- June 12.The Schr. ,
will lose _
Bana fteur. nor the nation any thingby = Approved, July 27th 1826. -

that. What do you_now daily Olive Branch, Matthews, armed ARRIVED. John Jerrisou. ','la!!J,.. _,

DEATH OF witness ? When gentlemen rise at Philadelphia. on Wednesdaylast July 22.-Sloop BrissaVi 22- .=>t S
l In 10 days from Havana, reports .
THOMAS JEFFERSON. to deliver speeches of the character St.l\l -- .
son, rks.Capt.ViJr.on reports -|
The last Mail! brought us the account I have mentioned, the members that on the 27th ult a Spanish that the Office of tile Com. Gen. of Sl'l*!!t!e.cc ? 1
armed schr. ,into Havana sloop Ann Maria, J1ll8/UllgIOllJu.y .A.IS5. 3 .
of the death of .the venerable generally rise also-not to listento brought
author of of Inde had arrived at St. Marks, with Lt. Proposals will be received
Pechration 13 pirates, laid to be takenin SEPARATE
the peaker, or his reasoning, Swift of the : until the first day of October .
pendence. It is truly a singular co- j a launch on the south side of Engineer Corps, on
incidence, that this great man departed but to get out of your door, away board. next, for the delivery ,*r. -;:,ions

this life on the day and hour i from it, to engage in business or Cuba. It was also reported in 24.-U. S. Transport Schr. for the use of the troops of the United ..

on which fifty years before, had been amusement elsewhere, and you Havana there was a pirate schr. Florida S Baker States. to be delivered in bulk, upon inspection -

read for the first time, the Declaration are almost daily left without a cruising off the Doublehe&ded Shot Tampa Bay via as follows : "
St. \1 arks.
Independence, the authorship Keys.Idem.From At Pensacola.
of which has contributed to render quorum. Members have a right 26.-U. S. Revenue Cutter Pu- 600 barrels of Pork

immortal the name of THOMAS JEFFKH- to speak, but we have a right to laski, Johnson, Tampa Bay.' 125'barrels fresh fine ,Flour

SON ; we think however, that the as-j have such speeches at an hour the New-York Evening Post. ENTERED. 8UOO gallons ot good proof Whiskey .

sociation of ideas, incident to him on when none are expected to listen We are desired by the personal 550 bushels of good sound Beans
the 50th anniversary of our freedom, j jwas but those that please. The speeches friend.* of Mr. William H. Robertson I July Harriet, Garcia, 8800 pounds of good hard Soap
calculated to have a very strongeffect I New-Orleans, assorted cargo. 4000 pounds of good hard tallow Candles,
will have all the fleet they of Mobile to request the "
and Schr. with Cotton wicks
on so aged a person, pro- Philippe, Philibert, New-
bably proved the extinguisher of hii I were intended to have-they can public to suspend their opinionon Orleans, assorted cargo. 140 bushels of good clean

expiring lamp. be printed!, and published through certain documents published in 25.-Schr. Two Friends Beau- : 2250 gallonsof; good cider V.;

From the Richmond IVlug of July 7. tht country." this paper on the 17th inst. aken New-Orleans i One-tburthon the 1st day ,

Extract of a letter from Charlottesvitte, from the National Intelligencer of assorted cargo. One-fourtjfea the 1st day of"October. _

4th. ..2Schr.., San Antonio, Roach, 1 .. aOnefourilon S
July We are authorised and requested by the 23d March, 1826 until: Mr.
Mr. Jefferson expired to-day a few j New-Orleans, assorted cargo. the 1st day of December,
the friends of Col. JOUN DX IA KUA, to Robertson
can have an ,
minutes before 1 o'clock-the | opportunity 1827. .
day CLEARED it-
state, that he will serve, as member of the
and as far as 1 can learn, the very next Legislative, Council, if elected. of furnishing a statement of July 22.- .Slocp Barissa, Wilson And the remainder on the 1st day or.r. ",

hour, that fifty years: .ago ushered in- facts ire relation to the transacto March, 1828. .;.< '
New Orleans.
to the world life Declaration of Inde which the documents refer.- gjjp' It is understood that the Pork to be 0 ti

pendence. We are authorised and requested to 25.-Schr. HenriefrayQnigglcs, contracted for is to consist of an entire :.

He was sensible ofthe approach of j .announce, DAVID C. PINKHAM Esq. as a Such papers have copied the I New Orleans,. with 8000 bricks hog to the barrel except feet leg*,.ears, -
death. He candidate for a seat in the next Legislative documents are requested to which inadl1JisSi
wu evidently gratified give by M. Bonifay. and snout, are le.
at living see the 4th of July, whichit I Council, as a Representative from place to this notice. Should the hog be of Ieasiiht than
2f. Schr. Two Friends Beau-
this -
is said he expressed intellip-ihlv.. County. 200 pounds, the deficiency is 'to be made
lost- -the -------0---" __ l a vais, New Orleans, with 3500
though having power of I up of good fat side_ peices. -No more
.. speech. lie died without pain, the C OMMUW1C&Tl ON. The Darien Gazette of yesterday bi I c k s. than one head is allowed to a barrel of

:'. spark of life seeming rather to go out For the Pensacola Gazette. morning informs us, that the SAILED. pork. The contractor may,at his option .
'of itself by lack ot fuel than to be exclude the hauts and the deficiency
makeup -
Case Plainly Stated. Bank of Darien has recently burnt July 27ih.-Schr.! Good Intent
out. The Declaration of Independence I with goeu. side peices,
was reading in CharIpttesville I: am astonished to find, that the location Aine hundred and thirty thousand Mobile Point. The Candles to be ma'ic of good hard "

at the minute'of his dissolu- of the land, bestowed as a donation dollars of its bills, 600,000 of tallow, with cotton wicks.

tion, and no doubt at many other upon the Kentucky Asylum, should hive which were drawn in while under I NEW.YoRK, June 6. The Pork, Beans, Fl 0"11.. Whiskey

places. produced any excitement, amongst those the management of the old Board .Irrived.-llrig Atlantic My Salt and Vinegar, most oe delivered in
Charlottesrille, July 4, 3 o'clock.- who are entitled to pre-emptions,and who strong and secure' barrels: and the Sap(
THOMAS J : FERSOJT died to day, may have been included within that loca- of Directors, and the balance under ers, Pensacola, 21 days, with cotton and Candles in strong and stcure boxes,

ten minutes before one o'clock P. tion. 'Hie case is as plain a one as ever the new Direction. The same beeswax Sc skins. Passengers, o*'a convenient size for transportation.:

M." was presented to an intelligent mind,and paper adds-" We are informed, Mrs. Read and 2 children, Mrs. The Pork, Whiskey, Fio-ir,* Vinegar t" .

Extract of another letter, same place need produce no uneasiness on the part and we believe correctly, that Alen! and 2 children of Pensacola, in seasoned heart of white oak .I.lrels: ; .

and ilay.'S of those most interested. J. of the Pork in barrels full hooped. S
there are not over 2OOOOO of its Dr. Hulse. the Navy) Lieuts.E. .
The act of Congress, making a grant of The provisions to be injected at the
The latest account from bills in Trenor of the J. B.
i now circulation ; thus it is Army,
cello to 12 o'clock land to the Kentucky Asylum, did not designate time of delivery,an- the coi.traotor to be
the unwelcome up tidings to-dav that brings any particular tract,but authorizedthat reasonable to predict a speedy resuscitation Triplet, do. Geo. Martin, J. H. liable for the-expense Inspecti; :. ':', and

KHsoiUs lingering Mr. JEF- institution to locate it in any of the of its affairsand hat it Farrington, and 4 in the steerage. ail other expenses, u..tll; tiny: ,,re -,:, :ely .

hold of eternity. upon the thres-: Territories, under the direction ofthe Se- will, if allowed to pursue, unmo- delivered at such >tore-houssj s ,:.:.. be '
cretary of the Treasury ; until the locationwas designated by the United States &iin.
P. S. two
o'clock.Ir..JEFFERSON lested by Legislative interference MAIL ARRANGEMENT.Florida "
actually made the ASjlum could claimno The privilege! is:: reserved to ,ii-: e'"H?!
is no more. lie died at :
before 1 o'clock the ten minutes particular tract of land m any of our the course it has adopted, soon Mail. States of increasing or dii.sisbng toe a

: too on which tbe; Declaration day and of hour In Territories ; and long before it was actually raise itself into as high repute as UE every other Monday at 12 o'clockM. quantities; ,.o oe delivered, one: third, an.' .

dependence was first read. made, the aot Congress, giving the it ever was." I Closes the following Tues giving :ixty days' previouS'note.;

Univertity.Julif 4Mr. Jefferson right of pr -emptiQJ1 to settlers in Florida There are about 500,000 dollars day at 12 o'clock M. Tlie power is reser *d cy Cte! ConSrab-
passed&nd vetted in the claimants a sary General or":::3ubs.r 11- ?, reJocing"
departed this life to-day at 1 o'clock. in Darien notes in the All other Mails.
How title to the land, which they bad settled the quantities, or of di ,1 e-nsing with .me
singular! a The coincidence sank of circumstances and improved prior to a certain period. ,, the State, which are not included Due every Wednesday at 6 P. M- or more articles subsistence; at ill! the

witnessed the dawn of his day has Now it is a principle well understood, we suppose, in the abo.e a- Close every Friday at 12 M. posts, at any time before enteringinto .

the termination of his glorious glorand that vetted rights can only be divested by mount.-Savannah Georgian. contract,and this previlege ):.' reserved

During his illness he career. the sovereign power, in which case the NOTICE. independently of that of reducing one- -.
constantly expressed party is entitled to ample remuneration. third, on giving sixty day's notice previously .
a wish to see another 4th of Y the instructions of the Post
11 could not have been the intention of B to each delivery. But i it is parable :
July, &. though he has been speech- Congress to produce this divesture as Savannah, June 10.-By the arrival I Matter General,it is made the dutyof that no alteration or reduction *ill
1 lea!* ever since yesterday ; the Post Master, to in each mail
evening, he the pre.emption law was passed subse- this forenoon of the Reve nue put take place previous to the contracts S
intimated by wgns, great satisfactionat all letters which are deposited in the S
quent to that relative to the Kentucky Cutter Crawford, we learn that being made
being permitted to do so. lie Post Office one half hour before the fixed
was Asylum, and as no provision has been the Brilliant No advances will be made in any case .
perfectly resigned to the will of Providence wrecking sloop time of doting the Mail. Tile undersign but 1
whatever will be made
made for the remuneration of the claim payment onlyon
,and declared that he wishedto Johnson, arrived at S:. Marys the ed cannot be responsible for the detentionof ,
ants. Had they designed to divest the evidence being produced at. this office ., .
die.in peace with all the world. 3d inst. prize to the Revenue Cutter those letters: which are not put in the ofthe delivery and .
claims inspection.It
,.. -. "_ .. pre-emption they would have au olfice: as early as above mentioned; but
.e -
: thorised the settlers to transfer their Marion, Capt. Doane. The desirous of the expressly understood, that at all .

Arrangement.Ve have the sa- claims to some other tract of land,as in the B. was seized for a breach of the : Public being ,as far as in his accommodating power, he will mail the depots and stations, the salt is to be '-, '

tisfactifti to announce to the public new case of conflict with a&cnool, or an Indian Revenue laws, in crossing the all letters which are deposited before the received by measurement of thirty-two. S
arrangement of the Mails by which to the bushel.
; we reserve. Gulf and wrecking the Bahama in which they are to is actually quarts .
on packet ,
have go ,
twenty hours more, between the These were no doubt the vivs of Congress When a bid is accepted, and notice : :

time of the arrival of the weekly mail and as demonstrated by their acts ; u- shore, with a coasting li. closed.most The Northern win Mail, be beingthe the thereof given to the person making the

iudeparturethan we have bad heretofore. tberwise'they would have been guilty of cence. The Marion arrived at St. last made important, always bid, refusal or neglect on his part to give -

I The Postmaster is in hopes that we shall the grossest inconsistency and injustice. Marys the next day, and ordered up.W. good and sufficient security within a reasonable .'*

soon be favored with two mails a week They looked upon the claimants of preemptions her to St. Augustine for adjudication Hasell Hunt, time, to be specified by this Department :*" f" Joi t

and takes this opportunity to say,.that he as secure in their rights and Post Matter.; it will then be at the option of 0 '. ,>. .,

always has been,and still i is, disposed to did not consider any special provision in I for which place she iailed on ,.Pensacola July 28tb, 1826-22-tf. this Department consider the contract !

extend to the citizens al| the accommodation their favor necessary. IjUls idle to suspect the 5th. The M. remained at St. : forfeited not.It -

which a strict adherence to his our Delegate of Ire_cry on such Marys when the Crawford loft. NEGROESV : Irrn I -is required-- -- that- persons' making- pro. S : .

duty will permit. an occasion. No inducement can be assigned I posals who are unknown to this Department -

I for such an ac t. __The ability and u\scir b l., must accompany their bids by letters ..

It is with pleasure we* inform our assiduity"whi b he has displayed in procuring Published by Authority.TJtANSLATLONJ WISHES to hire by the year, to com recommendatory, from gentlemen -

friends that, in consequence of the accommodation the passage of the law in favor of [ on the 1st September next.' respectability, who are known to the

afforded by the New Mail pre-emptions, and in advancing the interest The M.K..: President of the Ur.ited I II k two stout, hearty Negro Men Government. All bids unaccompaniedby
arrangement, our paper will in future .be and prosperity of the Territory, for- I Mexican and one Negro Woman. Them such letters will not be received.
States has been pleased to address
issued Dui{ of such must be with It is desirable that all proposals made c
p on Friday morning and be sent oil the indulgence an idea; he which follows D acquainted
to decree
by the Mail ofthe same day. This will. could not anticipate where the location The President me thc of the United iMexican: farming and come well recommended be sealed in ,a separate ,envelope, and

! give our advertising customers a much I was to be made, nor was it necessary, as States to the inhabitants tbereof-Kl in othei-jrespects. THe marked "P sposa1s for furnishing Army .

greater advantage as our paper has heretofore the right to preemptions was aecure!i. that the- General have decreed woman must be'a good cook and Subsistence." 1 .

remained six days on hand before From the provisions oithe law, it was as ye, follows Congress family servant.. Those from the Payment to be made in. drfo on the : . .

we had an opportunity; of mailing it.'e probable it would be located in Arkansas All u : and effects of country would be preferred: and for such, Department! at.Waftjingtotf i, soHie At-, 5 .'. .

request their attention to this, and hope or.Michigan as in! Florida i and if Col. national goods, productions manufacture, which answering the. above description, liberal lanticcityoiu1Tre u4Y.ft2ofIpcCia' f ; ,I ,
growth or #
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that our columns in future, will afford to White has been rernis in his duty, the be shall be free of duty, wageswillbegiven. paying bank*to UwrWe ward. .: .' .js4; :
readers at a distance, a true index where- Delegates tor all the: Territories where may and neither/shall.the.5tate through which j .,Randal. Allis. i.L"t...: Geo.- Gibson* 5 ,,..1 {

by to judge of thc business dune inour pre-emptive ,rights arc enjoyed, have 'l S j Ciin Qen, 0"C..' .ll- -- ...;:.. A. ,
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I FOR SALE. NOTICE. the President oftiiaUaiedtStates. : PROPOSALS' ''I From 11.eisc-w 'York' Mirror. nt, Ladie1' ,,

-tE; jiIE subscriber, Executor, of,the last T ETTEUS Testamentary,on the est teL I : -p FD :; 1hAins.tI Ciyof.tebile.- I :laryCazettS # ,

"' Will and Testament of Francisco of FILIK Lsojcio PRIETO deceased flI; fLaw ) Jonir QUIUCTDAKS A NEW PAPZ1TOBEENT1TLZD" > 'IO"t't Jue
Touard late ,Pensacola deceased offers having been granted to the subscriber by pursuance : :
President of the United THE SPIRIT Tiinow.neaIy tpree
Escambia. ; CjEBy ; : 1.eara.mct _,
for sale the following property, belong. the County Court County ; : ''
of America do herthyproqlaim and mak ftrt ofFered tIie New YQrkj,
ing, to the Estate of the said= dedeased: viz all,persons hating demands 'against said knowruthat, a PiblicSalewiIl beheld:at Godwin B. G ttcn. the t public, and ample cncotira \"

The undivided half of a Tract of Land, estate are requested'to and those present indebted- the are same,desired the Lei Office at; Tallahassee, inVest fiT is customary on offering to the pub. !!t has met with during ,that period tment d(.

containing immediately Florida, on tbe"third Monday in January; ul lic proposals for a new paper for,the mands, not merely ont warmest l 1tno" .

cjc( mIm to make payment' toily. 1827 for the disposal of the Lands situate editor to sayomcthing of the line of conduct ledgeraCnts, but our ,utmost endeavors iJ

Bt Michclet, in the District of I.ands offered for be intends to pursue, and of the render it still more worthy of the patron.

Situated North East of Bayou de la Ejctcvtor.Pensacola sale Tallahassee, and m'the townships principles on which his paper shall be age whhh has been so liberally bestowed

Trucha, on the bay of San Mary de Gal. ,June 16th, 1826-16-8t. hereafter designatedviz conducted ; but so hacknied is every upon it. It has ever been our wish to

vez, about twenty one miles from the -- \ Fractional townships No. 1 and proposition ofthe kind, that we are fcc* avoid the too common practice of sendin?

City of Pensacola : and aBOUSE Selling off Cne\\ north-of ng No. 2, west, 311111t ful we shall fall into the very errors we periodical journals $forth, accompanied by

Subscriber, having determined Fractional township No.2, north wish to avoid, and so diffident in i>ur abilities abundant promises, which are never ktnt,

: '& LOT THE bring his business to a temjhrary Range No. 2,.west, cJ c: that should we even present some and whatever the defects of the Mirror
close, will sell oIl at reduced prices, for Fractional townships No. 2 and 3 ;:= I thing novel, we might fail in arresting the may have been, we trustthat_ its merits

Cash or approvedpafter, his present stock I north of Range No. 3, west; l-c.o.ber ., attention of that public whose support we have been, at least, equal to its preten

in the City of Pensaqola, fronting on -consisting of 1 'townships No. 2 aud 3 -B solicit. sions. We can boldly assert, that *e
Alcaniz Street, said lot containing 52 feet Fine & sup. blue and bl'k broadcloths, I north:of Range No. 4, west, The duties of an editor are multifarious have at no time spared any effort- or expense -

front by 80teet deep and known in the Blue,bltk,mixed and ribbed drab casi. FracUotialtowftship No. 2, north of 4) : and perplexing, and it may be possiblethat within cur power, to give interestto

Plan of the City as number 112. mercs, Range ? o.5; vest, 5By .- ours exertIOns will not please everyone these columns ; and, from the patrol
The above property will be sold on Tartan & Caroline,plaids, bombazettes., Fractional township No. 3, north of c ; but this we assure our subscribers, nage it haa received\re have reason to b:

:' credit-one half the purchase money "Vaientia, toilir.ette' and Marseilles vest.. Range-No.5, west, "o our talent shall not be buried under the lieve that our endeavors have not been

TO be paid'in one year and the remainder ings, assorted, : Fractional townships No. 2 and 3, x. : ground. wholly unsuccessful: e'el1en cur lite. .

in two year, Payment to ge secured Bl'k senshaws, sarsnetts, figur'd bl'k north of Range No. 6,'west, W I The columns the Spirit of'76 shal: rary resources have been most limited.

"fcy: notes, wiith a mortgage on the.pre. silks I Including the County adjacent to the 'be devoted to general and miscellaneous! The first number of the next volume

mises. White satin, green florence, town of Quincy. j literature ; to the agricultural interests of ,which will be issued on the twenty.nri;|

; Desiderio Quina. Bl'k and colored canton crapes, plain Also, townships 3, 4 and 5, north the State, and to intormation on all such day of.'Jul will receive an entirely i.ew

and figured, of Ranges 9,10,11.12/13 ami 14 west, subjects as may conduce to the !benefit of and beautiful dress, and, from the increased
Pensacola 17th March 1826 3tf.
Women's worsted coloured & silk hose, including the Chipola countfJ;.and part the planter, the merchant and the me- extent of our correspondence, and tl.e

Coloured braces, Men's beaver gloves, of the Holmes' Creek settlement.Also chanic. On the part of politics, we may various means we have recently! received

i'i\\; gn\\\8 Salt.. Women's white and coloured kid do fractional sections No. 2, 3, 7, 8, not point at particular men, but on such for supplying these columnsvith oiiginul

Dress and furniture prints, Ginghams, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, measures as shall be adopted through I matter, we trust the intrinsic value ot ihU
Superior Cuur/, District of West Coloured Cambricks, Dimity, 29, 30 and 31, fractional townships No. their influence, if contrary to the will or journal will not be l les>s improved than its

Mbrida. Plain and figured book muslins, 2, north of Range 4, east ; and fractional opposed to the .good of the people, we external appearance.

Henry Michelet, } Collaretts, sections No. 23, 24, 25, 26, 35 and 36, in shall freely,animadvert. _We shall always The great llcl' ::1SC' of population! and
vs. >fi. fa. Camhricand mull do. Insertions, fractional township No. 3, north of Range kttep a steady eye upon the proceedings the equally rapid adva..cemcnt of literary

Vincente S. Pintado,) White tulle, plush, striped muslins, 4 east, all of.. h ich fractional sections are of the General Government and of its offi taste and (pursuits in our country, gi\e

my virtue of a writ of fieri facias, toi.U Gingham robes, Bolivar stripe bounded by the Lake Mickasukie.The cers. either err, we shall not fail to room for the support of a. variety (If other

me directed laic1. issued upon a Hangup cord, bl'k silk' velvet, sale to commence with the lowest point out their errors to the people ; nor journals, besides the common ga/ettes, cf S

jud iient or decree, obtained at the last Brown Holland, yellow nankeens, number of section, township and Range; in our comments will we be intimidatedby the day. Well conducted quuiierly and .

May Term of said Court, upon a process Irish linens in demi.pieces, long lawn, and to proceed in the order dcsignatedi M the threats of any man or party. We monthly magazines are the lrup't receptacles -

to foreclose a Mortgage, given by the said Linen cambrics, threads assorted, this Proclamation.) shall pursue an unvaried and consistent for detailed reviews, scientific Ih, .

Pintado, on the following property to wit : Ribbons assorted, The lands reserved by law for the ute coursewe will support the expressedwill sertations, and articles of heavy un.l} cU-

d>$>. fl AHPENS OF LAND, situ- Bl'k and colored Galoons, of schools, or for other purposes and the ufthe people ; having Deference to borate kind ; we have need, however, f
;. J 111jc )LL ated on the cast side of the Waist belts and buckles, flag h'kfs. fractional: sections bounded by the Georgia this or that man who may be taken up for something of a lighter character
J'.icannbia River2180 arpens, bounded Cashmere, Gros de Naple andgauze do line, will be excluded from sale* office so far only as regards his talents the intermediate rank between those,i

on and by the Bay of Pensac'JlaaJso Artificial flowers and wi caths, tapes, Given under my hand at the City of .and patriotism.The the daily papers. None can answer l.s::

S another tract containing 5000 arpens lying Bl'k Ostrich feathers, pearl buttons, Washington, this 20th day of May, A. I). grand principles on which hinge purpose better than a weekly publica.

on the Esclmbl"River .-and also Coloured: flag, nmlrass h'kfs. Cravats, 1826. the liberties of the people and the indissoluble tion, devoted to such literary subjects as

six Jots of land, situated on the public Linen checks, j and 4-4 co. do. John Q. Adams.By union ofthisrpublicisthe separate come within the cognizance of any person

T square, near the Tivole, which lots are Domestic plaids, stripes and shirtings, the President exercise of the executive, legislativeand I of taste and information, and containing

80 by 93 feet, and numbered on the plan Co. ticking, bear duck, sheetings, judicial departments ; which, whenever i tales and essays of such moderate length

of the city, 11, 13,14,13,16 and 18 ; like- Letter paper, spelling books, quills. "George; Graham, suffered to amalgamate or be placed I as any one, possessing a common share of

vise a large lot lying opposite and south Scissors, pen &. pocket knives, razors Commissioner of the in the grasp of one individual, will mark I leisure may peruse with pleasure and

of Seville Square. ." ( in cases, 17-30t. General Land Office. the downfall of all that is dear to man, : profit. Articles of this kind have gene
". j: The above propert.IIs been taken in "able' knives and foks, razor straps and tyranny & oppression will then bear rally occupied a considerable portion of

-a. I\ execution and will be sold at public auction and paste, Department of State, ? open and unlimited sway. These truths the MIRROR, but we have not, nor shall

or much thereof as wall pay the Needles, pins, thimbles, fish hooks and 8th June, 1826. have been often told'by many, and it were 'we at any time, allow. them exclude all

debt, interest and cost, as calle for in lines.Spectacles. enable this Department to comply !not our purpose to reiterate them, but notice of -such local affairs and passing
*:aid execution, for cash, in front of the in cases, toothbrushes, TO with the subjoined resolution of the that a crisis is approaching in the affairr events as may properly come within our

Court House in the city of Pensacola, Whip, hand and cross-cut saw files, House of Representatives, the several of our nationwhich imperatively demandsthe sphere of remark. .Public improvements, .

S JI on Tuesday the 1st day of August next, Gun locks gun flints, Claimants to whom it refers are requested attention of all lovers of our political in particular, shall ever claim a portion of

between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock. Brittania, tutania & tinned iron spoons, to send hither, by mail, as soon as and civil rights, to prevent the republican our regard, and the drama will also eon

"William Sebree, Stock and pad locks, cut tacks, practicable, Schedules of their respective institutions of. our country being in tinue to bean object of our critical obser
Shoe pincers and hammers, awl blades vation.
claims the required
.Marshal W. F. exhibiting pariiculars fringed.
Prasacola, 30th June, 1826.-IS-61. and hafts, by the Resolution as nearly as may be, A further dcvelopement of our views Our late humble efforts to encourage

Screw Wire and augers hair, mortice sieves chissels, according to the. following plan : and principles will be given in the first laudable emulation among native writers,
frying pans, .
hoes chains SCHEDULE. I number of The Sfirii of 76. by offering prizes tethe successful com
BROOKS > Weeding trace .
CANTONMENT petitors in different branches of compo-
FLORIDA July 1st, 1826. $ Men's superior and common saddles, sition, we are confident has met with
n reccive proposals till the 31st Fine and com. plated curb &. snaffle =s*fD, o on i Spirit of'76 will be published on a I approbation. We intend to follow general
bridles, ..... U s::- :::I".' ZC sheet of and neat
.I 0 nsuing, to furnish the troops to royal good paper, type, : the same course infutureand will shortly
States that are orS Saddle bags,collars' martingals, 1r.c z :)r 3 at ten dollars per annum.
or th Army :::> p Qj R .: make known the conditions on which the
may b ned: at Canto'nmentBrooke, Men's fine & low priced shoes &boots, ? s.:> 2So* :fo':.;. E, During four months of the year it will next prizes are to be given.It .
Women's morocco and prunella shoes, '* ... be issued semi.weekly and the remainderof
with fresh"beef, from the 1st day of January cr' O .2.5.o C":) has been in the
our object selection
Children's shoes straw bonnets :10-fI)
the time daily.Advertisements.
1827, to include the 31st gay December Co'C
""ar..c- .
1827. Wool hats, beaver hats, castor & rorum I'll :: r.. r"-3') = will be inserted the subjects, to combine the pleasant with
= = the useful that articles
S S The beef will be required to be delivered hat, ::O:). c O ...= .p 4 -.--- --S customary rates. our trivial might neitherbe
., S to the troops in two days in each Cottun cards, sleeping brushes, = ='oo-. Mobile, June 20th, 1826.iff.1tigLtt too heavy nor too for the gene.
I c-: = :::I" "C rality readers, and we have
% in such : Cotton bagging, baling twine to o: UlfI n ; always had
eek (the days to be designated) ) 0
c.g n : Cna tr.. due regard to the taste of amiable
a Imp. & tea, loaf :Ten ::; or out and
shall be for their sugar -
quantity as required rations 1-, n r.
Madeira'OUih'son and Lisbon wines, C'II On.. .., = 1.= lovely countrywomen. It is for their especial -
And I deem it UIn =
-J. on day. necessary =_ Thefaft tailing Schooner
..'Q-O_. n_ -7" perusaHhat the Mirror is in a
C'II great
Cognac gin, -
'!'II" those who choose to .
to apprise may 0-3 2 .Co' = .
oiler to contract for the supply, that the Sup. chewing tobacco, common do. T. _:::_ 1&* ..-1*.. 4 SPECULATION, measure designed, and any publication,
Best brown Havana coffee cc-. =. we are convinced, which is so condacted
be f"'ll'1 be resulted to be of the best sugar, < -: = 0 c 0 is now undergoing repairs and I
as to meet the .
Cut nails assorted German steel D.--r'. S approbation ot tht. American
which the: market can afford, and particu- !1 l) ... -.- will be ready for sea.in a few days. For I ladies and
Sweet oil do. = v-- 2.1 tIi : ( many the first
lamp respectability
Jar attention must he had! to the butcher copperas, H op p_ freight or charter apply to i
0 i- rq p can be found on our
thereof as a rigid inspection out willalways Vinegar, pepper, allspice, (;) rri"** "* O r> Phoenix Haines. subscription'
ing Sidney list is also entitled
t Brown soap, sperm and tallow candles, a0'- =pn -p.o, ,) to the notice and encouragement -
be made. sras sSTfto
= F'ensacola July 21, 1826-21-tf. of the male of
will make Window glass cider in boxes, 3 c- _it part society.
Persons offering to contract, rD.D ._, c.. .n.. Anionic the most,popular and excellent
their proposals in writing, sealed'and di. Gunpowder) lead and shot assorted, -. ..4. : -' -
,- rected to me at this place, stating the Castings, ovens, pots, spiders and andirons 1 n-i) 0* n=- enC-> e KotieePPLICATIOX: periodicals published in Londo, are
:2'_ ** ::I those, which like this
: ,
f o paper, court the
S rite per pound, in a single bid 'for which ,.... 3. S"- =:- ":" 6\: has been made to the of
particular the :
Tin and crockery ware assorted, s: Err patronage ladles, and if
will furnish and shall be in- ft oo *
they they : a Bank of the United States for the
S Northern lard, hams, t < C'Q t 0 Z .. the encouragement of the females in London
formed of the acceptance of their propo. : VI, it, C) ) p described
renewal of the notes,

UJA -.c -- is sufficient to tind
Mackerel and raise sustain .
beefin half C the
mess = / c i:
either letter from e4-
gals 0-3-
by or on personal
Brooke Shad, No. 1. beef, codfish, &c. &.c. &c. ... cw fo' VIZ : rank eminencetbe publications designed -
application to, me at Cantonment I pJc3..
nUJT" U. Ko. 16, payable to Benjamin for their reading, there be
J. Jerrisou '''' can no
on the day above montioned. I jr. -n. rr..;;" ,. : -_0. I Morgan! at the Office of Discount i doubt that the fair of tbi countryhave

John Page, Lt. Pensacola. June 10th, 1826. ..1 =Ss-s 0 zrn i and Deposit,N. Orleans,dated Philadelphia a sufficiency of taste and liberahtv to do

And Jlsst. Com of Subsistence. LIVE OAK. | -IaSIII: =-: _ i .5th April, 1819, S 100 the same. It was from this coaviction
(' NOTE-No proposals will be received -fo'.n Z F. No. 1619, payable to Chas. S. that we adopted the second title' which
after the Slut October, 1826.' \VASIOXGTON COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, 1 -a, -- ::a West, at do. date, 1st May, 1825, 100II. our work still bears, and we shall ever: be
18-18t. 27 h March, 18Z6. 5SEALtU .a-c No. 34, payable to Joseph .
I .1 : proud to own for' it the nime of the LADIES' -
S proposals will be received c Saul at do. date 10th 1818 100
1?' ... "1 2.0 May LITERAL GA.Z1rT.E.uOnce -
.... .c-- _
31st day of July next for -
-tcc-.r.. 12:. No. 4716, payable to Chas. S.
5 the supply of Live Oak timber for the I ;, _, I .0. more we deem j it neccr, "
< ary
t r altEN TSI: ( n ::" West at do. date 2d May 1825, 50
=' reir. state for the information(
frames of three frigates, cut to moulds- g-o. n of dig :u.'
: \v. date 4th Oct.
H ... 000) .r f V. 9749, same .
AND committed to jail on the 29th I one of which, with1800! cubic feet of pro. :lon= g r. _no 1824, 10 ders, that the Mirror is devoted,.; :'

ult.- a negro man who calls ; miscuous timber, to be delivered on or H."".:....... !tt.!.. fS ,:(II: .=.. dj :: n:.. A. No. 2542 payable to J. Coneyat not exclusively,) to thejects l.io! :. '. :,_ ;, .
I himself before theist day September, 1827, at :; nrUJ: = 3en : ,
.. 1st Jan. 1817 20 "
Philadelphia, .
I r- c.;; -Ct = oc 0 .
each of the Navy Yards at Boston, New- i.-I... c c -, u...:. en ri .- ."'.1 c: A. No. 1514, payable to 1'. Seipat Original moral tai- f"lU'!'er IJ.C;: : t:',
4 jJf \ ;mAl York and Philadelphia.Also for nine -- :ns:,-*< S o. U2 :.:..: Philadelphia, 1st.Jan. 1817, 2) (founded en events of nt: l :;;:e. i'tie,
Live Oak bea:ns for a frigate of the 1st < n ;. :oJ:: I'I' 0 -0 ;,) cO c: United States of America-
6 feet and three class, to he delivered the "' R:3.., The Censor ,. -
\ quarters of an at Navy Yard at RU"- .00.. -coii k 'i\! a !???:eJ Cfnumberspathetic
) inch high, of black complexionS NewYork. 13lot.lttYs11tA1' VI i'I) en ffo' S 5-- he has b,ld look & 5lHls -1f1)- morous, &.c. denominates '- '.
a a disposition :: : tnj Lt,;" ;:;
S.tlt. :: above mentioned notca: were en-
fjE3eiBto he very talkative ; he says his q.\.z.: S* oS ct ".'1 "C -I/) closed in a letter of instructions, deliver. us. This denartanent of our p.\r a:-k:.';a-

about twenty-seven years of age, and Superior Court, District of West -1 <" rf'J- UJhII s '-s- :;. et\ to Capt. Andrew Boyd, of the Schoon.er ready exciteo',uncommon lute: v,_ ; : th.;
to Mr. Isaac Harrel Iiv.g in C2 "Siw "'! jso tK < S public, and'drawn from -
bejongs Florida. "" or. 2 J -- Caravan of New-York 'which vessel variou; ;; rez.
o -< 2 : :;I.cn. ,
Green County, State of Mississippi. No Charles c.. xx. js o s2r3 Ct rn the most lavish praise.
( from this the 17th
Ivy went to sea port, on
) :. nr: C c:
.. M _
other identifying marks perceptible. .fl. fa. ,., (III ::r of bound Review-of publications, foreign or dc*
vs. :::- .... :: day Sept. 2825, to JRa !ed Island -
, S. F. S. Chapman, I Charles Beeler. :j 5: MgS "'1 Dtn for a Cargo of salt, and not having mestic.'

1 F. Commyns I ST>Y virtue of a rit of Jitri facias, to me ::J i: 't!'" v = ro :5 j> =f8: tDo since been heard of it is supposed perished Original Essays-oh literature, rn.calT,
4 P J directed, which issued upon a judgment ;: UUl: ? p? 2-C"' '':J w Q, cc.... at sea. history, voyages travels, American in-

City Constables. or decree, obtained at the last May :.0 & Ssg&a"J '0"1 Stone & Nisbet. quities, the fine arts, &c.
Pensacela : 5th 1826 10 tf. C ::r
May .... 3g.K 5tn Female Character
Term of aid Court, upon a to ttI ::: -manners, beaut/,
process .
cL., = "" 9-w, .:soe Pensacola] 10th May, 1826-10-w6m dress and education
&o.. '
--- foreclose .
a mortgage given by the said c r5 i., -' .:J :
-S \j 1&u1u. Beeler on the following tract of land, to --, C. !; :':-: 3'. .... i0ew ... American Biography:-_ or historic;I
wit : c 3f-'UI ___ IxiTh t mittion w ant %. sketches of the lives of such persons, '.:;'
: : 1? WILL sell for cash in hand, on Wednesday ARPENS at the head of Es- -t -c tr''= 2 3 sc both sexes, as have become celebrated fw
//J\( : #r. ; < : :: .: onE seven or eight years past, Mr.
the 2nd day of August:: next, vaiS VS/ cambia Bay, on the southwestside g-o> 3 J Elisman Basque of Lancaster County I their heroism, virtue, fortitude talents,
the old Government House and two other of the Escsmbia river .'t ) ? ? -2 a S to. patriotism.
.S excepting s.nt his John
son Basque
; :: Virginia
% i re sr gr ,
: rQ -:)
framed Buildings, which are situated near therefrom 50 acres, taken from the south. ::. t. _O .P 5.: 5 g* *oo > ;lf;: the State of Georgia, in care of his Uncle, Literary Intelligence notices of
the Court
S east corner-thereof; for the town of Bee. -a S.- "-" %Ir. CundifF after which the, Uncle removed publications. "
These Buildings, are to be removed Icr..ville.I f'n. = .' ::s -- of The Drama--comprising strictures on
.Co C : 32 to the State and the
from the premises, by the perchaser in The above is in the 3B o re x the New York
property, posses,, -1 "'0 youth John Basque came as it is supposed stage.
]5 days from the! day uf sale. S: le to beat sinn of Charles Beeler and has been takenin 0-"'-" Q ...-.-... llf.pis to Pensacola, since which no tidings have Desultory Selections-with occasional

the' .Couri.loiue' uiul tu.. commence atS execution. and will be sold at public llifl : been heard of him by his friends in Vir remarks.

(0. .:k A. M. auction, or so much. thereof, as will pav'the ," : ginia. Anecdotshumyg. literary, historical .
-: S 'W'illia1lr-SebI'6e, debt, interest and cost, as called for -S S .- If John Bajnue is living, he will much &c.

Marshall".. 10''nsacola.July in saidexecution, for cash, in front of tJJrrti: publishers of the laws of,theUnitedStats'Will gratify:his Si ersby communicating,with Passing events of the week. S

S \ 21st 1826-21-2t.Cordials the Court House, in the City of Pensacola insert this notice six them in Virginia by giving the Editor-of Poelry-.original and selected ; '
on Tuesday the 1st day of Augustnext timfcBin: : their papers. this paper such information as may Be interesting Together with;many other miscellaneous -

between the hours of 10 and- 12 S &t.. June 13-20-6t. I to her, & any person knowing ftubjecji which it would.be unnecessary
Hitters &c.
ly o'clock, A. l any thing concerning the abovementioned now to enumerate.

( ]HG subscriber has lately received M.William Sebree; Warehouse at St. Marks. I John Basque, whether.livin!? or dead, will ,From condensed-view of out_paper,

on consignment, .Marshall F. subscriber has lately erected near ..confer a great favor on his relatives, by it will be seen,' 'that with the intimate

i.t. 15 cases Liqueurs assorted, Pens cola, June 30th, 1826186t. TilE landing St. Marks, a commodious giving information at this office." con xion which this great emporium of

10 do. wine bitters and secure WAREHOUSE, where Pentacola, My 21st 1326. commerce, arts: 'and sciences,has,with e-
C. PIN RHAM, he is prepared io receive goods, ,eitheron rery other' .part of:the world-the ready

S .' 3 bbls. clieriy bounce, Counsellor at Low,. .. Storage or Commission. .I. s4i1sT.5Iv1cvIr '. : sources of knowledge which that open:*

,. :tAT4 ,jLso fixed his Wm. Bushels Allum Salt to us, a.Ided'to the eminent talent ..anisted !
I 4. t flAyING residence at Pen!, Wright.St. cargo in '
*S .LI. cola,.will practice law in the ri 'U pf Schr. Hope Return, from .our support I- we cannot fell to present
boxes courts
;.-30 IFirinjcclli, Marks, Dec. 20th, 182637 .to our ,reader. a :weekly, so
of Escambia, Walton, Jackson, Gadsden .Ragged island,just landed and for sale paper
: d All of which,will be fold very low to closeS interesting,, amusing'an4 intnicure, .a s
: low.
ounties Enquire the of J
: and Leon ,, and also at Mobile. at store Forsyth "
,:' PRINTING to the attention,of lQTcr,0fliterature.
sales. .. every"
of the subscriber. *
He *
ml1.be.found at his office
next door -*
.. .
: T. Jerrisonjr. below the Post Office.I I Esiccvled:'It/i despatch at thin' : *, J. Jerrisonjiv. 7 *' _'';r v .
(p Subscriptioai tb tiliev bore
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I J'ev&co1a! May 19th, 1926! i'eE.a coh, April 14th, 1826,... tf .Officc.S ..- PcD1vol] May 15th, 1826. al this ofRc -



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