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: August 4, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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PVBlIftTID SVXXT htD.& }Court of t the County of Alexandria" for each. township or/frt Qortffl. sioner ipf the General Land Office' : -.> ; -

BYW., HASELL HUNT, shall thereafter keep said road inrepair township, containingquantity %<< *trr; :shall 'direct, the satisfaction of r .1CUA4Ufl., 1lteatibisaZ 1-
SOLE E.1rt PoPftuQ1 ; >> 'at.the!expense. of the said of land thftji ,tbijquar, the Register and Receiver of the Jtt 'ft4l.JItll27'iA. ,\

PWsfrofthcLawtofthe. United.State county. i ten of tin enttre-toitfrs Ott ) proper district, that the land pa.tbt'fiug SeMo/e IndiiJriTiUa.. Arf.' -
St&dtf&e Ttmterz Tear of Florida.ScMcttimow 5 section ; fofkti: nait&bIp- .1?nted, :l<*HhttH,' ::for cultivation .rsb-a'Z. ,-

Half year 3 Speaker. of the. House of Representatives, containing a greater quantity of ,atid'on the ,surrender of the be IJJCt..DJPe; day. in th1 City oa '-.

Qus.rteryear 1 50 JOHN C. CALHOUN, land than one half, and not more. patent to them granted, accompanied .a mission to Goven iatl .. __ -' *
Vice-President of the United States, and
Subscriptions payable in advance. President oftbe Senate. i than: three quarters of a township, [ with'such a release of theirinterest on Thursday: raorniog for ,Ne wl -

\DTEa'l"llllI&-Every' advertisement Approved, May 20, 1826. three quarters of a section ; for as the Commissioner! York, to proceed thence by- Water1"to -
"f the width of one column and measuringnot JOHN fractional the General Florida. The the 'visit -
QUINCY ADAMS. a township containing Land Office shall :object of -
first more insertion than onedollareacli twelve lines of weekly this type continuance ,- [Piratic No. 79.] a greater quantit of land than prescribe, such soldier, or his of this delegation.wa*% obtain '(

fifty cents; longer and wider An act to authorize the the payment Baltimore.Be ot'inte-. one quarter, and not more than heirs, may locate and enter'with an extension of their landasia th4
to City.uf
ones at the same rate. Uule and figure it enacted by the Senate and one half of a township, one half the Register of the Land office, Territory. On, this subject, the .
york, double price for the first insertion. the I section ; and for a fractional town- for tHe proper district, in the following communication.,. ,was Vi
Advertisements will be tastefully display- House of Representatives of s of Arkansas made to them by the"-Secretary --
ship, containing greater quantity Territory accordingto
.:J, according to the nature of them, and United States, of America, in Congress of War to .
will be measured by matter of this size assembled, That the proper of land than ore entire section, tin sectional and divisional whichthexeply of, the

type. When inserted at intervals, (that accounting'officers of the Treasury and not more than one quarter_ofa lines, the like quantity on any of Indian is subjoined: :.
i s,not inserted every week,from the firstto I bt and unship, one quarter section of the unappropriated public lands jII Of.JVtri.: .} ;
the last insertion) each insertion will Department are land. i in the military ,district in said 'aJ.'lOt4 ,18&. .
To tie
hereby, authorized and directed to Delegation of Florida Jndttau ;
be cba. ed as a new advertisement
Amounts for advertising payable always liquidate and settle the claim of Sec. 2. And be-it further enacted, Territory ; and upon such entry Friend and Brothers ':- I have .., "
That the aforesaid tracts of land and location being made it shallbe
demand considered
to have
the City of Baltimore against the your request
United States, for interest upon shall be selected by the Secretaryof the dUly of the'Register to issue your boundary line extended, and

Laws of the United States. money borrowed and actually expended the Treasury; out of any unap. to the person so locating, .a certificate made it ,known to yoap ,great father

'" by the City*in its defence, propriated public land, within specifying the quarter or the President. I aradirected
the land district where the town- half section.of land so located and to answer .that he giveshis :
during the late war with Great consent
Britain. ship for which any tract is selected entered ; and it shall be the dutyof for you to occupyvlheBig
be situated and when so the Commissioner of the Gen
may ; Swamp, until be have.calI
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, may
selected shall be held by the same eral Land Office if he is satisfied
: That in ascertaining the amount for it, when .he:will ,expect.yoiito
**4 interest due to the City of Baltimore source, and upon the same terms, such certificate was fairly obtained. move within ,the limits:.otthc.sar-
for the, support of schools, in such to issue a patent 'for the lands so ,vcrH sent thisngeby -i
the following rules shall. be you :
township, as section number sixteen located whenever the certificate aforesaid Go Di1. ;: ''. ,- __
? 'W2 adhered to, to wit : The interest S! ...... -- -"orto."" 'c"I:'"S '. S
shall not be computed on any sum is, or may be held, in the shall be presented to.,him Your great father doe not wiihto

which the City of Baltimore has State where such township shall for that purpose : Provided, That oppress bis red children. He

4 not expended for the benefit of the be situated. before such. certificate of location has heard.of your sufferings, and r

United States, which sum shall be Sec. 3. And be further enacted shall be granted, the applicant .sent you some help. But he wish !

evidenced by the amount refundedor I That there be selected, in the shall satisfy the Register and Receiver .es me to inform you, now that

repaid to the City of Baltimoreby manner above-mentioned sec that his interest in the land you have had time to plant and ,;.,

H the United States ; that no interest tion and one quarter section of originally patented by him, has gather your crops, that you must

shall be paid on any sum land, for the support of schools not been divested, either by his rely for the future on yourselves, .;

I on which the City of Baltimore within that tract of country usually own acts, or by the operation of and by your industry provide for :.:
called the French Grant in the law for otherwise. .
taxes or your own support.
has not paid interest ; and that
of Sciota & Siateof Ohio. And' also That such Brothers
--- when the of county provided : Your Great: Father
---- principal, or any part
I Approved, )I&y20, 1826. surrender and relocation shall be has beard' that you have
BY AUTHORITY. : it, has been paid by the United [PUBLIC-No. 82.] run-away
made on or before the first day of slaves in and' that .
1 your country,
{PUBI.IC-No.78.J States to the City of Baltimore,the An act granting certain Grounds in the
An act to amend an act, entitled An i interest on the sum so paid shall I City of Detroit to the Mayor,Recorder, January, eighteen hundred and many of your people hide them
act to incorporate a company for making .and be I I Aldermen, a Freemen of that City.Be thirty. But, if said interest shall from their .owners. T ?'treatyprovides t
cease, not chargeable to
a certain Turnpike Road in the it enacted by the Senate and have been divested in either mode that you sljjHp give ?1 r
of Alexandria," passed thirteenth the United States any longer thanto
County July, one thousand: eight hun- the time of payment. House of Representatives of the above mentioned, no title shall be them up. It is.expecrtMlfet. you. "

dred and thirteen. Sec. 3. And be further enacted, United States of America, in Congress acquired to the land subsequently. will do.this.. ; and that.you will, :>:

WHEREAS, by an act, entitled That the amount of the interest, assembled, That all the patented. hereaftwr 0< to soon asa slave -runs ..',,

An act incorporating a company when ascertained as aforesaid, right and claim of the United Approved, May 22, 1826... into your country, take, him up, _

'to establish a turnpike road shall be paid out of any in States and to the public grounds !and 'deliver him to the:. egenv for i1

from Wiley's Tavern in the county the Treasury, not otherwise moneys within the- limits of the city of :_1OYAT11L.For .bis :ightfulowqer.; It,U'-Baitf that* -. .. ?j jth

bf Fairfax, cto a'point of interaction propriated. ap Detroit, heretofore occupied for the PetaifuolaGazette.A ,whites have some of your ,; :.4

on the Little River turn Approved; May 20, 1826. military purposes,' excepting as True Story. slave. TheagentiAirecteito : J
pike road, or on the line of the hereinafter provided, be, and the see justice done you, and 'whenever '_.W 1-.
[PCBLIC-No. 80.] An English Frigate lay at anchor,
District of Columbia," passed by An concerning the United States Arsenal same are hereby, granted to, and No matter when, no matter where, he finds your slaves in possession :
the General Assembly of the State in Georgia. vested in, the Mayor, Recorder, The gale blew fresh ; with jib & spanker, of the whites, to demand f; 1-

of Virginia, it is provided, that Be it enacted by the Senate and Aldermen and Freemen of the city A yankee sloop wassailing there.; their surrender. .

the company thereby incorporated House Representatives of the United for the use of said Freemen : Brothers : Now that you are set

may, at their discretion, locate States of America, in Con Provided, Therebe reserved and But Against as the the sloop ship the,the tempest current braved swept her? tied in your new homes, I have to ...

their said road so as to intersectthe great assembled, That the Secretary excepted from this grant the following 1 be English Captain swore and raved call your attention to a few things. .

Little River Turnpike Road, of War be, and hs is hereby, lots : one lot, upon which He'd cut away whatever kept her. Your young men are not always ,. -,
or the line of the District of Columbia authorized to ,cause to be purchased the public store-house is situate, good. They go into the settle :

; in the latter case, of intersecting I in the vicinity of Augusta, a bounded one hundred and fifty Avast there 1 says the Yankee skipper, ,ments, and steal and kill stock,
the line of the District i suitable site for an United States'Arlef1aJ feet in front upon Jefferson ave. For if you cut a single yarn, and alarm the whites, and the women .
By jing, I'll give you such a clipper,
Columbia, the said road may I and to be erected thereon nue, and extending the same You'll wish yourselves within barn.; and children. This must

J. terminate at some distance from such buildings as may be necessary width to the channel of the river ; not bet You will, therefore, give '

j I the town of AlexandriaBe in lieu of those at this time one other lot, upon which the pub- How, says the captain in a rage, orders to your young men to keep -:

'- it enacted by the Senate and occupied for such: purpose : Pro lic arsenal is situate, containing What can you do yourself to save ha, within your limits,and if they will ,1:1:

Uouse of Representatives of the vided, such site can be obtained one hundred and fifty feet front Do Further? why I'll than blow Bainbridge you I'll engage did the, Java. not obey you, you must punish J

United States of America, in Congress upon reasonable terms, and witha upon Jefferson avenue, and extending : them. If you do not, your 'Great :

assembled, That the Com proper regard to health, and to the same width, by parallel Boy, bring me up a coal of fire, Father will order his agent to let ;:

miesioners, to be appointed under the public convenience : And provided lines, at right angles, with Captain-we've got a load of hay, a heavy hand fail 'upon you. If

the act of Congress to which this: also, That the consent of said avenue, in a north-western I lay to windward-now just try her, the whites trespass upon you, do :'\
we'll who wins the day.foJUI.
is an amendment, for locating and the proper authorities of the State course, two hundred feet ; and one And then see not strike, but go to the agent-be :;
marking the road herein mentioned of Georgia shall be given thereto, other lot, upon which the building Some people think,because they're big, is directed to protect you. You. {
shall have power to layout and jurisdiction over the same occupied by the military storekeeper That little folks can't harm em. must listen to these directibns.
the same from any point of intersection .' be ceded to the United States. is situate, containing one B Your Great Father will be kindto

on the line of the District Sec. 2. And be further enacted, hundred and twenty five feet in Barrancas, July 10th. you, if you obey bis .counsel, 1-.
Columbia! if the said Virginia. That a sum not exceeding seventy front upon Jefferson avenue, and 'G but if you do not, you 'will be 1

Company shall so locate their road thousand dollars be, and the same extended back, in a north-western For the Pensacola Gazette. punished. :

to such point in the line of the is hereby, appropriated for the direction, by parallel lines, at right U The wreath you wove,the wreath you I Brothers Your Great.,. Father

corporation of Alexandria, as theyin objects aforesaid, out of any mo. angles with that avenue, two hundred wove." heart. expects yon to live in ,peace' with r
treasur'd nearest
their judgment may think fit ; ney in the Treasury, not other- feet : And provided also, Is And when I think friends my love one another, to be industrious and !

and the said company, incorpo- wise appropriated. -And that the That the grant expressed in this Your image forms the brightest partIn sober. Drunkenness is a .curse, -
tated by the act to which this is Secretary of War be, and he is:I act shall not 'take effect, until the fancy's picture-how could I and no Indian ought. ever to get ;

an amendment, at their annual hereby, authorized to cause to be I said Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen, To any other magnet fly, drunk. It makes'him a beast, and '"

meeting in March, shall elect, sold, or otherwise disposed of, the I. and Freemen, in their corporate So rich And-so find beautiful a Heaven and,good s brings him into trouble. .Leta- :

from among the Stockholders, a buildings above mentioned, at present I capacity, ,shall have secured to Where love, and all his smiling brood lone[ the mad water, and be sober. -,;;;
President and four Directors,. to used as an arsenal, with the : the United States a sum of money, Might bless themselves and i be forgiven? Brothers : The treaty providesa -)

manage the concerns of the Company ground on which they stand, soas to be expended under the direc- B.B.: thousand dollars,for the support -.

for one year, and until others may best conduce to the public lion of the Secretary of War, sufficient 4 of a school at the Agency.; This is

are appointed in their place. interest, & to the object aforesaid for the erection of a_.magazine For the Peruacola G uttl. intended to benefit your children,
Sec. 2. And be further enacted, Approved, May 20, 1826. at a place, without the limits To Karde. It is time it was, in operation.. '

That the rates of toll heretofore [PUBLIC-No. 81.] of the, city to be designated by Sweet Bard! whose of lore can steal! it is there your children will Icara. -
fixed by the said act, shall be considered An act tq appropriate Lands for the sup the War Department. Its way, through adamantine song hearts I to read and write, and keep accounts

as the* rates for two miles, port Fractional of Schools in certain not Townshipsand before Approved, May 20,1826.PUBLIC And soften all, 'till all shall feel : ; and how-.to make ploughs,

and that the Company shall have provided for, Townships, [ -No 83.] The impress which love's seal imparts.j and wheels,and looms ; aed how-

power to demand-and receive, in Be it enacted bit the Senate and. An act authorising surrender certain the soldiers in,lands the Thy Isabella, so thrilling iweet, i: to use them, 'Dd'all _other 'things Ji
Jate war to bounty
the same proportion, for a greateror House ,of Representatives* of tilt I. drawn by tnem, and to locate others in-- So plaintive, and so foil.of love ; Bsefuljto yom.. Yt fllOreat'Fftih-
less distance : Provided, the United States, of America, in Congress \I lieu therec *-. When. lovers' part, no more to meet,', er,egtpects yon toemicourage these
tolls to be collected thereon shall a"* m /edTbat to,make provision Be it enacted by the Senate and Or ly'mtet in realms above improvements. iavyour children.a .
not exceed the rate of tolls on the for the support of schools in 'House of Refireentattuc9: of the Thy welcome to the child of grief_ T..fi .. '- iw..b4a'a.: for--' -TI
Little River turnpike road, for the United America in Congress Whom eyefffriend had left to piae teacher;and when one goes 'out, .
I all townships or .fractional townships I States of I* And wither like the autumn leaf' i
like distance ; and that Hugh for .which no land has been 1 I aa.emb1ed'fhatitshafl, and .Has" made we wish that grief were mine. he will'go.under the,2foieciioa.. .

Sri'ub, Robert J. Taylor, Richard heretofore appropriated for that I may be lawful for:any soldiers in The injured'heart, .like'the blasted tree, your Great }ath r. c _

M. Scott,John C. Vowel!, Thomas : 'use bi those'State in which section;. the Jate war, or' their heirs,. to Hay wither:and ne'erbloom again ; Brothers : I explained yourhat1didflOteXpeCtY9U04t1T0

Voftell Thomas Sandford, WilliamFowle I. number sixteen, or other land equiyalent horn bounty lands,bare been' patented BatU&iyy of love its shield hall be, << !

Humphrey Peake and thereto is by law directed or may hereafter. '.patented ., Againihe chill and..ruthless rain.. so well where yoUarc, f!aaada.; .

Thomas Peyton, be addrd to the to be reserved for the supportof in the 'l'erritry'Of Arkansas And'tHorwhilft' sorrow's.,:cloudjahafl" where..the jjame;is plesty>,and the ...

Comm l.iouers named in the ,said, schools in each township, there and which' .land is unfit. for I > lower, '"?: heart. water jgood a>>4 almost.; Your .
In thicker gloom around thy t owiai a great country -
act, for liking.subscriptions to theaid'stock. shall be reserved and, :appropriated cultivation and:wbohave. removed : Say, cannot love exert Its fxwervA ... GreatJFatber" aver MUsUsippif and isilling'

for the use of schools, in each. or'shall. .hereafter ,remo. ,Y" to,.! taaiaiBg ray.of joy.to impart, ;jhe> ,
Sec. 3. And be further enacted, entire township,1: or. fractional: the said' Territory;..jfith, ,a, ,viewto Oh 'yes<< 'at.eaa the gtoom disperse. to whiter giteyott; you ft large laaay: porlioDofit inr-

Thatif. at any time hereafter, Hieaii4 townahfp, for whipfei BO iud_ ; has, : actual settlement'on the lands. J How deep erlby sorrow.be ,, !:: And if a few; of your 4
road, shall become free, under been. heoforijproprizt d 'or: by them, drawn Wall such cases,.. Then: caay:I answer to thy verse ,*. aine.tpgO.' :<. :. nsitflud' '-
the shAlt;be iadc-toapjssr Je.ft..'"' WftnL... mOD eb. t asm. Chiefs, ,thIUk Irpeto
provision, of the said act,. granted for.that/'parpoi: following II wheb'lt. ( '"' "
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country it i,> they can gon agent 'will be directed "to fen [have nothing to do with them. itaovf how to read, he i l.o ldh Jiothave that 'auctioneer shall be appoitiled&IiEC .acjifftt vhing %( ,and

them and' pay their expenses. Itisl]:'JWe.came, brother,' not! to ,*iettheJMuscogeei allowed the, 'white roanto, ,commitsionrd;by,his Excelleii1cj b ack ( m.t, ti POD .ht ', he
hold. tai Uke thiiadvantagf us. the Govefnorof.thia Territory1not utidtiumf d "actor ,,o pentcl.r.
expected, that some t)f your blend but to a 'J !tIe.
ex7 the 1\Ustog :e'\11 be-will go and.[with our' 'Father on bur "*1irothe1r:: 'fhe'bus'iness- we have by'andYltti'.1he consent os imendons 5re,of pills,powders ,'fcli3.)

look at that country. Your Chiefs[ affairs, and to claim of him [come here" upon is very important the Legislative Council" a the! [tern, glisters, tic. The conflict: was

migtit go at tlc: same time. .rhis {more land in our own country. to'our Iat t un.' We' wish to have organic law expressly requires [lot*; and stubbornly sustatttedthe -.

advice, is for your good, and is [Most of us were born on the land it settled soon, that we may ret that all appointments shall bema [ scales now inclining in favor \

given u> you in friendship. 1 hop [We:now'inhabit/and that we
} 'you will follow it. |[to< be surrendered to us-here our he Ar, 'tsof our':people glad by tell in framing ,tle'act., the,Legislative [and, then standing so precisely

Brothers : I once more tell you, [navel strings were first cut, and [ing them what we have done. Council had entirely overlooked [poised as to render it difficult to

:Jour Great Father 'will protect [the blood front them sunk into iharth < i Brother- send you thi this important provision in the {determine whether the poor Africans -

you, through the Agent, from th and made the country deato [talk,'and the.bandY ou offered usJ organic- law. [ had or had not obtained their

bad conduct of the whites, and ,h *[ us.Ve have heard that the! land will. hold it till we get your We do not know that any great [freedom. At length however,

\ will severely punish you if you d [Spaniards sold this country to tb wer.TUKASSEE. harm will result from giving their and the pill box triumphed .

not prevent your bad men from||[Americans.( Tqis thYght had n 'MATHLA, HICKS I power of appointment ,exclusivelyE fin 'he course of a few days the ,
going into the settlements and [ri to do': the land was not i,Head Chief, his x mark. o the Governor, but then, for the [Doctor's patients exchanged.thcit
theirs the Semi MICO NOPY, his'x mark. : a1te off orm, it t might perhaps bal dingy >> colored
doing harm to the Whilst -ThitBt[ but belonged to : H0|JLT&MICO,hiss mark. copper 1 coumenan,
you must:.not forget. If you willi l moles. Brother, we have comb TpJLClife: .MATHLA.'his x mart.FOKEE I well to follow the, course laid ices, for faces clear jet"black,,and.

','I:. ., take the 'property of the' lwhitesfhthe [ ere, where we should find Spanish LtSTEE HAJO, his :x down in the ,organic law. within as many weeks, he aPPeared ; ,
I..' :' ..' stud ant will be taken from Kuglrsn, Trench and Americans mark. : .:\..micusFlorid in the market with a drove of

your annuity. TheAseat is ordered -! [ to talk with our Great Fa. NEA MATHLA, his x mark.1TCIIATUSTENUGGY las fine, hale, looking slaves.as ever
his mark.
to do so. they about this matter and have x groaned under drirr r'a ,
I G. HcMrHxiYS, Agent, From the Baltimore.American. [ a < lash1'he !
Brothers : I shake hands withal, it put right. We have 'not yet WaslwugtoivMiij. ,, At an earl .* iod_ of thepreSl( slaves+ sold at prices which

l you,'and wish your prosperity and! [seen our Great Father. We have Subsequent io this talk, th r {sent sessIon'of Congress, Mr (bore no proportion to their cost,

.,'. happiness. |[come many days: travel to see him; Delegation was introduced to tht [Randolph, in one, of hi* .ad-dresse [and the Doctor throwing the re.

!I.. James Barbour.Talk land do not wish toreturnwitbou' President of tie United ,States ;; |10 the Senate, 'employed the opportunity [mainder' of his "Jihytic to the

44I of the Florida Delegation of [shaking bands with-him. who received Hem with so much to speak, in tfms.no 4Qgs," has returned with a comfortable -?,

Indiana, delivered by Tukusscc You tell us, .Brother, that our cordiality and evinced such a .desire [way exalted, of ,General :3olivarand [ fortune !

I''I I I'f' ,. Mat hi a, the Head Chef\ 'reily9lto [great Father has heard that wehave promote, their real inter, ( the South American Repub ....

' one from the Hon.Jamet: 'BarMf[ runaway slaves in our coun, ests, that the-Chiefs, after this in, [lies. His speech we find inserted lnecdoie.-C:2pt.: S-, several,

hour, Secretary o 'jar. H[try.and that many of our people terview, expressed them in tht [in our last file of 'Vera Cruz pa |[years since, who commanded ,*-

Brother : We ,have heard'thelf[hide them from their owners. It warmest terms satisfaction .and.- [PeTs, accompanied with notes not velse1.attended) a cock-h ght in,

talk you -sent 'us by our agentjf[is true that some slaves, who runaway confidence. 4, [more severely expressed. than theE [London, and was asked if there:

You say our Great ,Father gies [ from the whites, ,blt come ,: [speech warrants, and precededwith ] [were game-coeks in America ?

us permission to occupy the land [into our country.; ,most of ahem From the Eatt Florida Herald. [ the following remarks :- Yea said the captain, we have, a

we ask-for(the big Swamp) untit I [however, were given up.before we Hey Hre. t.-This famous island: '-We have frequently observed! [breed. called the ehake-bass. The '

he may want:to send us from itJr[left L bome,- nd .we think that, by is still' an object of alarming inter [that encomiums and praises [company were very curious to see

it This does not please us. Thejl1[this time the :rest .of them art est to the commercial world. Notwithstanding [should nut be bestowed upon any! one;'as'he assured them there was

land we occupy we expect will be with their owners. We left orders1witb the universal indignation [man until he lives-only in the! [one on 'board the ship, which,

considered our own property, tol some of our chiefs to manifested throughout tht [memory of his countrymen" and d! (cduld'clear,the roc?. rf any ,cock

remain as such forever, unless wel'['have them taken and brought to lr nitc'tl] States at the .proceedings [of future generations::;from this![in.,.En land. Bets to a large fi

[, may think proper to :part with iu"1[the agency. We do nut like the carried on there under the late ; [rule we will not except even the] mount were made and Ca;>t. S.

If this is refused us, we'cannot ;be [story, that people hide the Territorial. wrecking law,.and although ,- [immortal Bolivar. And nothiican [produced an American Kage! >

happy, for we do not like 'tlrel1[runaway negroes from their mas11 ,'Comrrcst._ r in the early [ better persuade us of th': which, with one claw( crushed the,
thoughts of being put:to the -trou-i1 terse ,It is not' a true talk : our part of the Present session, repealed ; [truth of this assertion'than a com-] [puny silver .purred'bero of the

ai ble of moving again. The 'hard-ll people have not done this. We do that law, we learn tbaj [parisonwith the opposite applica [pit to-a1'ellY.'bin was. no ,sooner

ship we suffered from our first re-l1 not consider ourselves bound by proceedings of an equally scanda ion of this rule. The speech of]IiccompHshed than he quickly re.

m oral gave us pain enough-we 1 the treaty, to take up any runaway lous and abusive nature are still I (Mr. 'Randolph, senatorof the!(turned',him-to'the bag again.. The.

'.' do not wish to feel it againand slaves, but those who have entered -! practised in relation to wrecked d United States! is a production solrdifierentfiom ring was in -incomplete consternation -

we have such confidence in the justice 1 our country since the making property, carried there. In a lat [ the ideas ofell gocdr4[ at'the wonderful strength of

'1 of our Great Father that we of the treaty. -But-we have never] New York Paper great complaints'rc [Americans, that we do not hesi-l [the American cock, and would ;
do not believe he will force it upon prevented the'whites.from.comiuginto < made of the injustice done to ate to say that he will be eulogist [not consent to-have him taktn'a- ",

,us, but will comply with our deJ our country and,taking .hep owners and underwriters, by what, to the skies 'in Madrid. Th?| way, if money would purchase theo

mantis, and give us more lands. slaves wherever they could find! they call at Key West their arbitrations [object of all his expressions is n (surprising fowl. Capt. S.: took a

", f. This was promised us by the treaty them, and ,we,will not hereafterop, on wreckedgoads.. In [ oubt intended to remove the pre [generous Price-trith reluctance at

I II' .i'l' at St. Augustine. We only pose their doing so, but will giv the case of a vessel called ,the judices concerning this part of the [the same time observing to then

I'1. if t ask that, this promise should be them alUhe assistance we,can. Transit the exorbitant salvage o (world. Such is the manner i [crowd that this same bird had

.. complied with. It is necessary Brother, we are glad -to heat 80 per cent was allowed, and in i which he expresses himself, that [twice beaten the'British Lion: and
2 another case the Adele, 75 only those who are acquainted i] [left them to "
,; I; to make us comfortable. The that our negroes, held by the percent enjoy their bargan !
, I' tract of land embraced within the whites, are to be claimed for us- under this new stem 01! [with Mr. Randolph civic virtues; British News Letter. ;
,j ( [arbitration. In addition thbbea'y'.de will be able determine whethei
present limits of our territory, is. This is right, and we hope that ou [ ,
.,ii uction'from the property [the opinions which he Has ex A: into
". :(' small and very poor. We cannot great "Father will put it in the power youngr lady-looking the: '
., i live on it. Many have been o- of our Agent to see justice done of the owners, ,two per cent o pressed'in his speech are'not in. [family Bible, and observing th? r

\'I"1 bliged to settle in the'Big-Swamp", us in this matter. .We do notknowif the gross amount of sales is retained ', fluenced by the principles the] [date of her birth, took her' pencil t

/:,1.1, ..... where some good land has been the white people will mind his as a tax for the use of the [Holy Alliance. Anxious to persuade land wroie-- A'bove the age of 31,
I;. '.:" found. Give that to us also. talks when he demands'ounproperj Territory in virtue of.a late act o [ ourselves that these -suspijcions and r4not yet given in. marriage.1'

:, We shall then be able to make r Iy'; fur they are not always willing Legislative 'Council and four are unjust, we only wish ai [This induced'her'father to write

: bread for our wives and children :u do right when they can avoid ii. per celat\ more as a commission [proof to the contrary. It is 'nei- [beneath-".IIe"whu' giteth in marriage -'

l l"" ,Ii'. .: and shall be satisfied. When we The laws of our nation are strong, for'the auctioneer; 'these, wit they our intention nor our desire | doeth well, but he who giv ;.

i left the good land about Tallahassee atd/oblige a man, having the property several other charges, absorb Ito be acquainted with pretendedrep ]eth not in -marriage doeth better' :'

i and Mickuusky, whiCh! is now ; of another in' his possession',, nearly the whole of the ,property blicaDs. for to our'great'misfortune ITo which she made the following .
covered saved It is estimated that within ( we have known too many! [repljr-'"Dtar father I love
'i by the white skins, we to give up to the right owner. The / to:dow
1 '.' etdpptd-at the Big Swamp, be. laws of the whites, who have nc the last three or four months, [who have destroyed the, liberties] ell-let those'do better who canOn /,

cause-we knew we could not live much better sense than the red wrecked property to the amount t which were entrusted to them!

i, further "South, and because we men, ought not to be less powerful lofabout hall a million of dollars[At the same time that we do noil i a lad}'s enteriag the-1.11tm-

r. J, were ,told by Gov. Duval that and just. has been carried to this island,! [wish to see persons ot l this 'description bly room at York, Sterne asked

k* do-so and by this summary proceeding,! we cannot have the her name he
,t: we ,might and also that we: Brother that pa- ; was it was a
rr Ii ..,Ii I should have the land. We now you say some o. miscalled an arbitration, speedily! pence to insert Mr. Randolph a [Mrs. Hobson; on which he said, '
, ,'.,'P' claim the fulfilment of his promise our good-and young that men are not -always 'disposed of-auction.. The owners [speech without making these cbJservations p' he had often heard of Hobson
they the
I: and of that in the treaty. whites and kill their go'stoclL among A few & underwriters have no qpportunity which we consider prosper ..choice. ut he never saw" it before.'

IG I We were often deceived by the of them, we know have done this of contesting the claims for,! and just. A speech delivered! -+a, a ou O aorara J. ---, ,
exorbitant salvage set the tin i the capital of the
Spaniards. They made promises and we 'have punished tlrern'forite up by republican] StviagustinrJunc 27. :
; wreckers who have the business [world and with it ,
which they never kept. But w ndWe have l made such carrying ihcl At a Court of :Admiralty held '
were told the Americans are a laws as we think will .thei completely under '.heir'controul-; [sentiments of a European cabinet, 'yesterday,,present Hon.-Joseph L.
straight people. We believed it-- [doing so any more. It is not our and no doubt they meet with every: lisa matter not indifferent- to the ear. [Smith, a decree of condemnation

i.i i\ we hope we shall never have cause wish to disturb our white neigh, encouragement and assistance! [of a republican ; for one single opinion |was passed upon the aloop Splen-

to change our minds. boys but to-live in from the good people of the island [ contrary the spirit or ,did,,her tackle, apparel, furniture
friendship a with
," ,' You say our Great Father 'senthelp i them. The office of auctioneer there is! [the noble institutions, which its a-. [and,cargo, for 'a violation of the "
; .1": unquestionably far more profitable [c l orN sand professes to support i Revenue Laws. .
.i.:1 to
our people, who have been
:: I IhunSrY'because'theY
.. could makeno Brother : You tell 'us that our han any office in the gift of the, [offends and alarms. So precious] The Splendid was cr a wreck-

!t \. corn last )'ear. '\Wfeel thank [Great Father wishes to place a government of the United Statesor [is the jewel of librrty, that the! [ing cruise and run over to the
school in our nation, to teach our 0"any State-in the Union. It [continual fear of it
losing ] Doubled
ful for this and will never forget it preveDsUI Headed Shot Keys without
[children to read and write. We must be worth from forty to --fif [ from enjoying it to its tulle s
You tell us, at the same time, do wish l' a Register, in quest of proper
[ not one at all.Ve 'do [ "
that our Great Father says we thousand dollars .year, to the extent. Ji) wrecked in the Schr. RandolPh
not believe the
[ Great
must in future rely upon ourselves, Spirit intended favored .possessor. : But fro "1 -.-- [of Norfolk. She l lay at these Keys
[ we should 'know
.- and by our industry provide for [read and write ; Tor if he had intended to what and we have heard, from respectable from the Rochester Tel gra.tJ/ra. [about four hours, and_obtained only -

our own support. We do no: [ this he would have intelligent persona, who l Novel Speculation. Knigh:] six barrels provisions, and then
\\ .'".1'.':.'S."U complain of this ; but we expecthe the guenjus have lately returned :o this place! of the fjallipof>,> who resided in the! returned to Cape Florida. The

I I'f ,'" ...' will not deny us such lands as [ it knowledge to the white as early; as Nowit he from that island, the commissioiof western part of this State, finding! principal point of defence was, that
will enable do gave people. auctioneer is not held :by any that the call for his wares the Double -Headed
tI, us to so. You say is. late grew:] Shot Key
[ too the white :
; peoplehave the island. .
loo, our "Great Father does noti person on Mr. Fitzpatrick less and less frequent, by reason,! was not a foreign ,port or place
,", wish to oppress his red children. an advantage we can transacts the whole of th ''of live establishment of two or| [within the meaning of the act so
never and it is
recover better
We believe 'it for business, as the deputy, agent 1! three rival Pestles in the ( '
and that lie will 1 neighborhood as to charge a breach of the Re-
. remain
[us as red
) keep the treaty, and give us more [and live in our own men Bra, attorney of another person, 1. of his. practice, resolved] (venue Laws, thin decision settles
laod. We ask that the North lineof iher way. has received the appointm 100 breaking up and pushing hit] [the question, and'it was hown, by
1 [
among our people it is from the Governor and who it is I ,
our territory maybe removed that south. Depositing in his] the adyic :.given :.previo s ,to the
[thought, at the time when
said resides
at llahasBee.We .
60 as to embrace a small Swamp "Pockmantlc" the most sovereign] {breach complained of, that'll was
[ were two kinds of
Ii Ii'I called Wetooxy. This will enable pIe, the red and the wliite pea do not indeed, know that of all his death-defying specifics,] known among the wreckers that
tts to live, and make us contented, [earth book on the there is any thing in the organic] Esculapius turned the head of bis] lit was improper for a coaster to
a was placed by the: lawof this
Territory which forbids biped towards New Orleans visit
where these
] without
i Brother, you tell us that our Treat Spirit in the hands of a Pfgis-
Ore at,Father owns a old blind an His Excellency the Governor,] he arrived "juit at that witching ter, and would render the vessel
great country n [ man, and with ""
a long with the consent, of the Legislalive time" when'the'fervours
ofa [liable
to forfeiture.
the Big River towards trap 4
, yer the [beard, who told the red and the : from
setting sun, and that he is willing white man, that he who killed the appointing' ,,ICA! sun scarcely require the auxiliary We, understand that it is the
[ person who resides at 1'altahssaek e,] aid of potion and lancet, tfurnish u [constant.practice of
Tio give us a part of it if we will go Ifirkt deer should receive the bood wreckers
j .. to the::; office auctioneer ai Key] ample employment for] Ito visit the
there, and be advises us to sea d las his reward and be Ic .islands beyond the
nt to
West* The, business 'may easily 1 the Sexton and undertaker. Doctor Gull; but : with -
some cif Chiefs with -whether "ithojit.t;
our the [read it. Bolji or
went out to hunt
be carried oii by and "
Muscogees, wnrn U e't.cr, IOTTC hnnrereut' tnrysrThe-white deputy, there, Blister's sagacity soon suggested la Register, we have not been informed :-

.At. it and bring us baek word i [after going a little way, found mant a may DC a dormant Whether partner, in t 4 a wide field for his :scie&ce,] [ This- decision then is

uhu sort, of country it is.Ve [sheep; which being not so wild : concern. there be strict and a, most excellent mafket foimedicines. [important to this .useful ,class of
,y have already.satd we do;not intend i [the deer* he easily killed. ,fHe propriety stibmit' such. an appointment';i his .-A sweeping malady [ naigators" and for, their beneR(
we friend JlmlcuJCurtis. .
to more -a8alit. 7f the Mutco- [took,this ,sheep to the blind man to was ruuning1br ugl the] we. pWish this decision. '
have a disposition' further and We give no opinion our black population of the country] The Claimant '
gees to go [ told him it was a deer. The I"e"on Capt. Johnson,
to. r the-sctling 'sun, we )Id man believed him, and *fir I Thcre'is the subject.feature a t' and sick negroes every body] [we understand. intends to apply! ,
.perfectly willing they should i [him the book, and'learnt him how act of the council on e late knows, are very poor property;] [to the Secretary of the Treasury,

go, but we will not go with them, [to read it. The red man 'soen'after auctioneer under which for their, recovery,is' a thing not] (for a remission."
We have nu friends ',Jhere-- the 'brought in a'deer but'it are appointed, whicH t9 be spoken of. The doctor, ,
; wastoo
people df that country are strao late. -the white man had us with some :surprise'and' : ; howeverf' resolved upon trying! We regret understand thatijjthe
got which take this
gersto us. The Muscogee* invi: the,book. .If the cheat had 'nd t -we occasion the potency of. -his skill, purchased ] Indians are disposed to be

led us to go with tbe :;thlu.U was [been practised, the"red, man woulhelve' d to'notiee'tfiadtour' aforesaid: friend fat very reduced- flricea" all the! troublrsona in this' Territory. By
may explain' it. account for it,| sic'k'c'nb7To sh could obtain.- _- 'the-arrival of -
'to'lnalte their! been' Joseph
only ,
:artY strongerWe [ now as white man if : ; ;
heflce fit. It is rhis tht
r will not robe ourselves in t [is, and he &s.the red l man. Brother first : By, 'nd commenced the tug >fjfrorn'the] West, ,side, of St.. Johns. ,
section of the which '
act istt
war Peath'and the Doctor we l learn that he has been
tfce troubles: o f the 'Muscogees, if the Great Spirit had 'i in ;entitled An ,' prevent-.
act to provide' fol <' '
.. Dra'th'carae; down upon hisl ed bj them from snrrfyin gtf tract'I ..
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that he had Uttly purchased iniulttd cndilItreaed.by; the, populace Jday, that his; ph-sicil faculties were &aiJ.:' the birth jjf free nation-- and ,.. .
believed hat the and that his life could hardly be "a -.. .
t-G gt:. It is now } jinjt. proto offered j ,
in the 'J init, eted motive'of hope and conso* Public Notice. '
length ..
alt th Rasiao'.ltune .a'"lubjrct" to 1thestinsults. any of litton ,
daItjO : iu tbe'bolefamjIrjf.! : mai < <
.eUl ame.
iup -
they 'et- the rlYrr [ The heads and ears of the rief < THHOMAS ,JEFFERSON and JOHN .
the west 1"A\1diliontotbesede'w; ,the Commer Sharing, lo which every A
country inlorming to him that they wou d Greeks were thrown into his cia Advertiser of Saturday sayi-"The heart roust feel for so heavy and ,ADAMS,who two nfthe .8 S4':wiiYotuTioH :" i iJ.
and "their %
) house and he himself is reporte4 late President ADAMS is no morel He de. pledged ,
consider enemies who shbuld afflicting a public loss, and deli their fortunes and their sacred Honor" for .
have been wounded. The Janissaries parted this life, full of years and full of the ;
lliestives '
locate. m to his Independence &
to survey or 19 lonors rous express high sense of prosperitroCAnieri-
attempt on the evening of the 4th inst.
wn that shie ot( the river. also menaced the Sultan, if the:bells were ringing for the conclusion as the vast debt of gratitude whichis ca. Ire no more.-They expiredoif the
We can"hardly suppose the he attempted any change in tht of the celebrating of\the auspicious day, due to'the virtues, talents, and the signing day of July and lasts half a century of after '-t

Indiana intend to make this a aeriouB military discipline. This popular \Y
affair ; though vre have loni: efferveaence: resulted from the, > the morning; of the 4th, in his usual ustrious deceased. The President Hayor of the City requests the Citizens! ,, I'
that he
that Euchee: Billy asrm| intelligence of the fall of Missoilonghi. been spirits, rejoicing- had directs that Funeral Honors be to meet at the Court House tomorrow
known spared to witness, the jubilee of hisountry's
such a claim ; but in what relation freedom. Towards noon "he paid to him at all the Military Sta-1 evening at 5 o'clock;, to adopt measures

he stands to the other tribes we Letters From Vienna state, thai became ill, grew gradually worse. and at ions, and that the officers of the Ir.d.f testifying our respect John for their memo 7. ', j

do not know' The Chiefs who ac the Brazillian plenipotentiaiy ai 6 o'clock'_' fell asleep." He was on.* of wear crape on the I cit arm, byway JerrisoDj .
had orders from his| the earliest and ablest,and most fearless Mayor. .
court for
companied Col. Humphreys to that mourning, six mOl th .
officersfor hampions of his country's freedom;and Pensacola, Friday 4th August, 1826. .
enlist 300 ,
also mention their government Maj. Brown will give the
Washington lia,name fills a wide space in i its histry." I -
claim to this country, but MC, presume ,the Brazillian service, and that From the National InUlligfncerk:'.* necessary orders for carrying into Iii

that the treaty of Camp the terms held out were very adJvantageous. Of the character of the. iUust. 'u." ffctt_ the.. foregoing''directions. .SRU? ,i

MouUrie will bind them ; indeed, cea'4t"d let us not pretend to speak. It is James Harbour... f I
1 has ths following nterw'oven with the history of his coun.r i
they say that if the Government morning paper misfortune /. Yeara before 'tee came into being N.1vr Dau .. ; ?l 4
will give them the Big Swamp in paragraph. new his [,me, as an ardent and firm defender, JulJ Tt1i;1826iThe $ "i1111.V"s> .

absolute prbpcrty. they will be sa seems to have fallen on and maintainer of his! 'country's rights President of ib*,' .(1n1_' ''

tifeficd.We. the Greeks. Many letters assureus shone on the annals cfhh country. As States, with theJS tpejrt solicitude Uoi-t;'oS, ,itausacota. ,

doubt not but that the treat that Canaris, who has en roll ed the intrepid Ik-publican, tie unwaverin and sympathy, {dltec.ts that the .
advocate of Liberty, prior:to and during Ii
his with the noblest of antiquity death of THOMAS ENTERED. ,
U unauthor name :
of Mr. Courrie JZF'M.SM-' be
went the Revolution, he had no superior. This 'July 31.-Schr.
ised, and is merely an attempt of perished in the waves be is the character conceded him, even announced to the Navy and'tij* cans, assorted cafto.Hope,Reilly, New-Or-

some vagabond Indians to breed foreMissolonghi, with the Sre-ship by his adversaries ; and 'be with his Marine Corps. and that they unite August 2Schr. Thorn, Maura, NewMeaas. '

mischief, for which we think it he commanded. According to great contemporary in lief'anLI in death, with their fellow citizens in mini assorted cargo. '

nrcessary that they should be chas- the accounts, of which we still wish tad lived long enough U outlive everything eating their sensibility at the bereavement ARRIVED. .
but the fame of thjir; public spiritand J
doubt the last moments of this Aufrist I.-.Schr.
tlscd. to devotion, and the gratitude of their sustained in the departure lobile Point. Friendship, Foster,

On Wednesday morning the hero were about to be signalizedby country. of this venerable Patriarch of s. ,Army and Mr.Pauenrer" McGibbon.. Lt. Ogden U. .. "

sloop Ann Maria, Gardner, sailed fresh success against tht So astonishing a coincilence as the con. the Revolution, who is rendered 2.-Schr. Angelina.Ross, New- rleans.' ,

for the Gulf of Mexico, 10. survey Turks, when a red hot bullet tenporaneous death, b; natural causes so illustrious by his talentshis virtues PanengerM, Mrs. Woodrow And Mr.Hicks. ;.

the coast for the purptscol ascertaining caused bis vessel to blow up, and South)f these-the two only great survivors men of the of the North committee and his services, and the honors CLEARED.

the most eligible point of he would thus have perished in which reported theDeclaration of Independence which, his country has bestowed August.2.-Schr. Hope, Reilly, Neww '

S intersection of the Florida Canal ; midst of his trium ph. -the two first Vice Pre.si- upon him. Irleins. S ,

and on Friday the sloop Mary Jents and the second and third 'Presidents He died at l\tonticello, about

Hull, for the St. Johns, for the !prm &caC lL a of the% United States-breathing. one o'clock, on the Fiftieth 'Anni Stone and Timber Wanted.
their last on the'Jubilee of the Independence j
same object, on the Atlantic side. they were"greatly instrumental in versary of the Declaration of out JVavy 3gent' Office, ? t

We shall endeavor, from time FRIDAY AUGUST, 1826. declaring-has excited an universal sensation. National] Independence. Pentacolu,Jlusft. 1, 1826. 3 :

to time, to ascertain the progress No language; can exaggerate it Funeral honors irill be paid to SEALED Proposals will be received _
Vcritf ,ana Jl ur. account for it. It is one ofthose office, until 15th September- ,
of the Engineers; on a subject of -no reason him at each of the ;Navy Yards, I
next, for the ,
such National importance and ___1__ events which has no example on and all the public vessels in com supply of the following maenals t
; : to build wharf
Death of John Adams.The record, and, as a beauteous:' moral, must a at ,the Navy
hope that there will be no sleeping forever, stand alone on the'page of hlsto mission, by firing twenty-one rain- ITard, viz103,025:- '

interests in this affair. last mail brought us the following 1,'. ite-guasj at twelve o'clock on the Cvbie feet of timber of the hear?
__ account of the departure from this life 'yllo-o pine.,to 14 inchet
I;_, Lidr-i-: -- -Cia'>- lay after this 'order is received, tquare andjroat
,, another of the venerable Signer of the tl to 45 feet in '
"E\) ., "I Declaration 'Independence, the SECOND On Friday last minute guns were firedon incl ,by wearing their flags, half- 5,852 Perches of Stone, suitable for the

PBKSIPENTorrnc' UNITEDSMTZS : JOHN board the UnitedSUtes| Frigate Con. mast for one week ; and by the officers construction of a rtbttantial and durable .
from: the Jew York American of June 26. A"D.IS.Ve have no room for further :tellation and her colours were worn at of the Navy and of the Maine vharf.The ,
The Lewis, from Havre bringsus 'remarks of and at halfmast, in consequence of the dC&tllor I
our.own, present can Corps wearing on the timber is to be free from all defects -
Paris to the 24th ult. ,only give the following.From guns wind
papers shakes
left for six months. ,
the llaltimore American.It fired at the Naval Station this neigh arm
which announce with seeming cei- knots and sap ; to be nicelnd exactly'
only on Friday last that we announced borhood. Sam. L. Southard. ,
was dewed
and out of wind.
that the Porte had .,
tainty acquiesced Minute were also fired at the Navy ,
the death of the illustrious J E. guns The stone U to be of the best
in the demands of the Russians FERSOY, on the anniversary of ourjnational Yard and on board the Constellation DEPAUTMKNT or WAR, ? that can be procured in this quality

without reserve. This ac. independence-and it again becomes our! yesterday and the flags hoisted at half JulylOth, 182&SIt country, and to be delivered of section of \!
a and
quiescence is unexpected to U81, 'duty to communicate, to the readers of mast, in compliance with the General: or- has become the painful duty shape most convenient and desirable for j

particularly after the triumph ol 'the American, intelligence of the same ders from the Navy Department. uf the Secretary of War to an the purposes for which it is intended.

the crescent before Missolonghi. 'melancholy character, in announcing the nounc to the army the death of, All the above articles are to be delivered i
death of the venerable JOHN ADAMS From JVVw? Orl the chooneiThorn at the Yard
mw.-By Navy Pensacola
mother distinguished and ; As it is
It however obviates the immediate venera I
late President of the United States. He ,
New Orleans papeis to the 24th contemplated to commence the work oa
risk of war between Russia 'died at Quincy at six o'clock on the aft er- July have been received. By them we ted citizen. JOHN ADAMS depart bcfatofOctobernext, a portiori"bf the '0

and Turkey. It DOW remains to b. noon of the FOUKTII OF JULY. The death learn that: Mr. LIVI.XUSTO.I i is re-elected ed this life on the 4th of this timber and stone' will be required on

I seen whether en the one side, the of these two great apostles of liberty, upon !Representative in Cougrcss, from the,first ncnih.-Like his compatriot JEFIRSON or before that day The materials willie

troubled humour>> of the Russian the kame day. and that day the Jubilee Congressional District of Louisiana, by a he aided in drawing and subject to the usual inspection at the
{Anniversary Ames ican Independence ,majority of 905 votes, over his! opponent the Declaration oT Yard,and paymentjll be made for them
ably supported '
empire, which in a war would [forms one of the most remarkable coinci- Mr.-Foucher. From the sccoiul Uiitrict only as Jhey are delivered. .

have found a natural vent, can be dences upon record. ,Fifty years age the Editors: of the Advertiser say "* Mr. independence. With. a prophetic Bond,:with ample and approved Security

bubdued without intestine commotion MOB* ADAMS anti THOMAS JEFFERSON constituted BIIENT is unquestionably elected by a eye, he looked through the impending ,will be required far the exact and

ant.1' on the other, whetherthe two of the committee who were! majority of several hundred." And the difficulties of the revolu- faithful execution of the contracts.

fierce and fanatic Janissariesof [hosen: from the first congress to the most! returns from the 3d District,.so fAt as..received -. lion, and foretold with what demonstrations Samuel K., OvertoD .
honorable Declaration :
drawing a
duty up fur ilr. GuaLET. ,
give a great majority -
the east will, quietly submit to of the Independence of the then thirteen of joy the anniversary .J\aig Aen:.

the pacific policy of their Sultan. -American Colonies. On the Fourth! A letter received in New Orleans from of the birth day of American The Mobile Commercial Register is re- ,

Meantime the heroic Greeks, are, lay of July, 1776, they both affixed their HKnoh states that the Hon. Jfinian Ed- freedom would be hailed.Hewas quested to insert the above 'till 15th
signatures to that sacred instrument.I \\-warth will be elected of that behold the Sept. and forward his account to this. ,
we fear, to be left to their fate, Governor permitted verification ffice. 23-7t. I
after the ot'hulf
now, lapse century,
State, by a majority ofa.1Jout 5000 votes. of his and
while Christendom locks idly on in tile course of which they have devoted prophecy,
Mr. CooL it is said will be re-elected to
their fall. [themselves to the welfare and happiness ongress ; The same letter states tint lied, as did Jefferson, or. the day Committed Jail '

> In the Chamber of Deputies, their country and having both been Mr. Scott of Missouri is effectually broken of[ the Jubilee.A j O'N| the 23d July, ult. a negro man
the twenty third MayM.AIexisde called by the voice of a free people to] Jown, and will certainly be beaten bv coincidence of circumstances calls himself %-
office within their .
Noailleb: in the discussion on the highest gift-they Mr. Bates. Cot. Uenton, it is rumored, wonderful gives confidence to
both within few hours of each
lave a .
expenditures of the linislcr for other, gently declined into the sleep oi will probably: be"opposed: fur the Senate he belief that the patriotic effortsof A mAiti .

Affairs death. But under such circumstances bj a :Mr. Guyer. these illustrious hea _
Foreign proposed to adda ought we men were
Accounts from Lo'.ti.tville to the 12th
sum of 300,000fr. to the appropriation ... as these, to lament the depu July, state that 4> Ucuuchamp. &e* mur ven-directed. .. furnishes a new five feet, four and a half inches .

for the. purpose of ena "attire of these illustrious men-they died' Jercr of Col.Sh/irp was extent td,according seal to the hope, that the prosper high, black compaction & with
full of while from their
Ming the French consuls in the death glory b-eds, than witnessing the to his! sentence, on Friday the 7lh. ity of these States is under the ____large features ; no ,other inden-. .
Levant redeem more accomplishment About an hour,previous to the time appointed of kind Provi- [Tying marks,;" ,be ,says that he is about
to Christian slaves of all their Ibours-more than the special protection a
for his execution, he attempted; 'twenty-one years old and belongs .to Mr.
Greeks. On this fulfilment of all their patriotic ] dence. '
occasion ht prophecies
to commit suicide by stabbing himself, in 'Abijah Ward, who lives on Limestone
spoke in a touching manner of the (-as if their im-.norul souls had tarried'' which he succeeded so far, that he would! The Secretary of War directs Creek about four miles above Claiborne

abandonment, by the Christian na for each other and soared together to the probably have expired in \o hour3, but that the same funeral honors be Alabama. ., .
world there
lions of Europe, of their brethren on the spirats-as earth worthy of detaining was nothing them the authorities hung him notwilbstandiughis paid by the army to the mfcraoryjf .' F. S. Chapman, ?

in the Morea and the Archipelago [any longer below the skies-as if like] the stale Hibernia of insensibility.inform: us, that The the clerk,wit of the deceased, as by the order I F. Commyns, ,

The question was not taken at that two d;sciples of freedom, they soared! Ueauchtmp actually killed herself OFI] 'of the 7th inst. were directed City ,Conttable

sitting. from the fetters and chains of the body time her husband attempted the dt to be paid Thomas Jefferson, Peasaeola. 3d August fl2&-23-tf. '

Paris May 23.-A improvement into the regions of emancipated spirits.' I By an arrival at New Orleans: from Ha,] and the same token of.,mourningbe ,: -
slight Who docs not envy such patriots such aleath. -AN'ORDINANCE:
vana, the Editorsofthe Ar2usiearn"thit:: j
was apparent yesierdayl May we not give to this wonderful .
the fleet under Com. Luoorcle, t
in the event an importance still more imposing Spanish Maj. Gen. Brown is charged To uthoti.eze
stocks, attributed to pacific) had'rturnet1 to Havana without effecting killing of Dog.
intelligence from Constantinople] more( solemn: more dignifiedmaywe any of th; object* for which the expedi.tion with the execution of this order, fE.it ordained by the Board of Aldernun'
nut hope that the nation, honored by James Barbour. of the City tfPentacola, That
To day further rise has occur was tilted out. The fleet was to sail every ..
uch coincidence in the dis .
> a Almighty dog which be found at
running ,large
red gain from Havana in two divisions,and it may
and this pacific intelligencehas pensations, is under the care and favored was generally believed at Havana: that NAVT DEP aTMSKT. '7 after the'fifth day of August next, shall

assumed more consistency. by the -smiles of a superintending, watch hey were to cruize off Colombia,and if July 10/M826. JIt be, destroyed in any mariner ((except
The fuUowing is a postscript from rut, fostering l'rovidence-that the Deity In opportunity occurred attack Puerto .has become the painful duty with fire arms, and other'poison thairnux,
the Etoile. .pprovcs of the cause of Freedom all over labello." ofthe announce to vomica,) and the constables of said :City '
the globe, and will in his own good time shall 'be and'they are .hereby.,.charge,; '
They: write from Vienna, under) bring, wfcat we trust is the work of. his the Navy and Marine Corps the witfrtbe'dutjr of carrying this 'ordinance. ,

date of the 17th May, that the Ot. Own hands, to a glorious and triumphant We are authorised and requested to announce death of another venerated Patriarch into effect." Provided; 'that every dog.

toman Porte has fully acceded tcl omummation. Col. JOSEPH Npiutoi, as a candi- *of the Revolution, signer of Having a brass or copper,collar, (at least '

all the stipulations in the ''ultima Does not the heart of our first magis- tate to represent the inhabitants of the the Declaration of Independence, one;nch and a half wide)roUnd his neck .
rateglow with peculiar emotions, ul Eastern District of Escambia County in with the name of ,his owner inscribed
tum of the former President of the United -
Nicholas. :
emperor once solemn pensive and soothing, whenhe the next Legislative Council. thereon, shall be left unmol ted. ,)
The Turkish cabinet had already! reflects that on the very day of our States: ; whose talents, virtues 2. *$c itjvrther ordained, That the said ] 10flahd 1\

designated t\\"o..plenipotentiaries tirst National Jubilee, while he was him W e.are authorised and requested by service*, and public honors, demand constables on any other person or 'persons

to proceed to the frontier, had rc-j employed in adding his signature to the friends of Col.. JOHN' -JI r ti. 'RUA. to an expression of nations >$ho may kill any dog or dogs, ac-

stored .the hostages to liberty! 2nd< relieve the necessities of one who had, state, that he will serve,as member of the respect and national sorrow. corditig to foregoing section of this

had given immediate orders for! with his own allier.signed fifty years ago next Legislative Council, if elected. ,John Adams died at Quincy* a- Ordinance, shall be entitled to a compenatioflof -
the Declaration of for
our Independence, ; forty every dog so .
the evacuation Wallachia and that they should both on that day wing, We'are authorised and requested to bouf6. o'clockon the 4th day of kill d. Provided said dog'or dogs bearriecflo ,

:\Iold a via. their flight to the world"of immortality tnnounce, DAVID C; PIJCKUAM Esq. as a the present month, the 50th Anniversary : ,and buriedat, such place asthe

It should be added that ogethcr.: Let those who make politic :jmdidate for a seat in the next Legisla of National Independence. :Mayor may direct* Provided olio,
a com hate their" standard, .of a statesman, reflect ivc Council, as a Representative from The same funeral honors will,be that said dogs so killed as aforesaid shall -
mercial letter 'Irom Odessa, received )n.this spectacle pause and ponder. A. the Eastern District of,this County. Yrrc'directed not be made to 'appear'to belong,,to notf-

yesterday in Paris, relates:, HAMS and JCFFCUON were 'friends-per -L; ,e paicfcnim which, \ to resideuts'of.Pensacola. .. .. .
that the Jan'muries, on being informed wnal friends-they felt none of the low : be p'id tojrhomas Jefferson: ., by Passed 26th '1826. -f .
lass'ioht thai of little minds GENERAL ORDERS. General'Order of the hli jnst. _
of the'pacific ol! ([ agitate men the }: p: A1barEat-. -;% ; -
purposes' oth i of them received ,the highest reward DEfARTMKItT WAH,'?'. '- Sam.'L, sO 'ICiettS" :
ike! divan evinced their ,
dissatis. which it was in the power of their July 7th, 186. ;, 5. ". ,.
faction the most violent ErlracpMti the order,o/VMaj. Gen.Bnvn:, Secretary. '
ountry both
manner to beaiow, afterwards, in The President with deep re-
declaring their intention to depose the shades of-retirement enjoyed, the ;ret, ,announces to the Army that Taedayt, succeeding arrival' '* Approved! ,July 27th"1826. .

the sultan, and proclaim his repose.so congenial to their declining 'it, lias, pleased! the Disposer of all 1 of.this*-V order "at" each Military Sta? JohrfJ,.' errison, ,Mayor "'''' '

son. year*-both amused their hoary pains bj iirshall-bea'day: otrest ; .'.; 22.:3t.L. a
the vultivxtiai of and, h uman: events, in whose,.handvare j.-*' '0<
friendship eleguniletters shall ,
: Th i national Flag wx,* : ::;" '
According ta the latest letters -both awaited the great and final t themue of life to".rcrnp.t.e from ''( I' MAIL ARRANGEMENT.Flpnd .

from the Ionian isle ,:\lissol 'ngbi change with calmness and composure I the aqene ,of earthly, exKttnce\ ,our .'ha1fiuasI.d".n' ...

presents now only the apP-f'.arancC" and gloriou* to relatctbey botii expiieimrtne venerated fellow citinJ1kA'3 At early. thirteen, guna I Mail ". ., .

of a marsh. Ibrahim, desirous toconte.1 day oi'their country's first politic, JEFFERSON." : J ,4.all" '&'.firediiod at intervals" cUE. every other M diy* o'clock_, .....- _
.J JutiiIce Divine thirty minutes between the, rising iM' |. |. Closes the folfowifig Tuesday
the enormous losV he From the Boston Courier. This 'dIspensation.'of' 12 o'clock .' ,
and; l (ting sun, a ,tinsle cannon at "
njsiuined before, InterdiCt the; .D* ,t&of..1lr. (& ,.,.-Among the IIei.e Providence' ,' afflicting to ul 'tytf t -\libe discharged.' All other)3f ails. "

.-Ppioach all vessels from Cor uts-wluch will forever render the fit: the consummation of glory to him, \ ; ; of the '- Wednesday ,at,6 P.I. '

fu, or the other )jsluds.Furl. ti 'h t anniversary ut'the fourth of July occur.red on the fourtj(of the ptc. Afldat_ the close .a11fIIt'nJlfour Close Due every every Friday,at 12 M. __ ,

.. May 22.-A has 1176,;memo".1bltJllbe decease: of Juan sent month-on .b'e.Fit { rounds. .! : Hasell Hunt .
report Brow .
ADAMS. who died at hUseat in Quincy on ethAnni-1 By Cvm'd'ofMaj. Gen. w. -
r circulated fortwod ys: passedYthatthe that day, at abJt 6 o'clock in the after] versary of thai,: ,D 'p ', : R. Jones.jdjutant .: poll Mutter. ,' : '
amb.ssadors.of"Enlarct and of his declaration of ,*Hich 28th 1826-22-tf. '
} TioohMn the ninety-second )'car. A' General. Pcnwcoli,July ,
Ituisim in Conatattinopfhad! been age. wtn'knotvn in tile city,during the from/his/; inidd, roucc' p'o:!3im. -

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"CJ.rioxxmBfttoJu ? i 'S NOTICE. By thePresidetitofaeUuicdiISttates. :i PR.OPQSAL.FauMaAi :, t' I !.tr; ,t J\1J! .,.1/r..,.;, (ill'; j'44f
FtozuA July,1st.' 1&26. '5a t : v ,' ;"afZ% .
the estate inUhe City Mobile
Jf ETTEUS: Testamentary,on g of ,
WILL receive proposals till the 31st l Wot.:1'Ub\:
\ JLJ Fairs LioNcio Pal no deceased, IIi'pu uance: p1 Law, Jail QrnrtrADAK ;.. A EW'FARTO BE ENTITLED .. ... ..
,October:<< ensuing'to furnish.the troops tothe'snbsciiber by ';! --41(1
ofthe United States, Army, 'thnt- are or having the' granted Court of Escambia .County ; % President of ihe United Slates Th SlllV' "W, U hT i*:no* nx Plt :tiree year* iTsce wfe
County tirst'otre
stationed at Cantonment Brooke of AmerJta! do hereby pr cla.im'\nd; ; make dtL.e.New' yOrk Mirror to
all demands against Godwin B. Gotten.
having the and the
persons By ;
public ample
with fresh beef, from the 1st day of January the known, that a Public )Sale'wlll be held at tncouragtment
1837, to include the 31st day of December estate are requested to present indebted same de- the Land Office at Tallahassee, in West a T is customary on offering to the.pub i it has met with during that period fc.
1827. immediately, and those are :Ilorida'on the third-Monday in January, lie proposals for a new paper, for the mands, not merely onr warmest acfcnor.

The beef will be required to be deli. aired to mute payment to 1827, for the disposal of the Lands situate editor to say something of the line of con ledgements, but our utmost endeavors tu

Tered to the troops in two days in each Hy* Michel. i in the District:of' Lands offered for. duct he intends to pursue, and of the render it still more worthy of the patron

week (the days to be designated) in such Executor- t sale at Tallahassee," and in the townships principles on which his paper shall be age which has been so liberally bestowed
Tensacola 16th 1S26 16 8t.Setting hereafter viz conducted but. so hacknied is every upon it. It has ever been our wish
I quantity as shall be required for their rations ,June i designated, ; to
on each day. And I deem it neces- Vractional townships No. 1 and 3". M proposition of the kind, that we are fear. avoid the too common practice.. of sending .

aary to apprise those who raav choose to off C '\ north of Range Ko. 2, west, C ful we shall fall into the very errors we periodical journals forth, accompanied bv
offer to contract for the supply that the e Fractional township No.2, north of wish fo avoid, and so diffident in our abilities abundant promises, which are never kept,

beef will be required' be of the best Subscriber, having determined Ringe No..2. west, that should we even present something :and whatever the defects of the Mirror
which the market can'afford, and particu. THE bring his'business to a temporaryclose Fractional-townships No 2 _nd 3 -9I'l novel,we might fail in arresting the may have been we trust that its' merits

lar attention must be had to the butchering will sell of at reduced.prices, for north of Range No.3, west, attention of that public whose support we have.been* at least, equal to its pret'ension -

thereof a rigid inspection ufit will Cash or approved paper, his present.stockconsisting fractional townships No. 2 and 3 -Sou solicit. We can boldly asxert, that we
always be made. .-. of noah of ttange No. 4, west, > The duties of an editor are multifariousand 'have at no-iime spared any effort or expense .

. k Persona offering to cuntrackwill make "Fine & sup.blue and bl'k broadcloths, Fractional township No.2. north of u perplexing, and it may be possiblethat within our power to give, intemt
.'' > & their proposals in writing, sealed and di- Blue,bl'k,mixed and ribbed drab casi. 'Range'No.5. west, -S = our exertions will not please everyone to these columns ; and, from the patronage
; reeled to roe at this place,. stating the meres Fractional township No. 3, north of = ., but this we assure our subscribers it has receaved,we have reason to be

,,.. .. :* rate per pound,in single bid forwhicn Tartan & Caroline plaids, bombazettes, Range No. 5; west, .u. our talent shall not be buried under the lieve that,our endeavors! have not been

...1. fr. they will furnish, and they shall be informed Valentia. toilinetle and Marseilles vest- Fractional townships No. 2 and 3, ground., wholly unsuccessful, even when our lite. ,
. ofthe acceptance of their propo. ings, assorted, north of Range No. 6, west, The columns of the Spirit of'76 shal rary resources have been most limited.
: sals either by letter-fronvor on personal "Bl'k senshaws sarsnctts, figured bl'k including the 'County adjacent to the be devoted to general and miscellaneous The first number of the next volume \
application to, ,meat Cantonment Brooke, silks, town ofQuincy, literature ;-to the agricultural interests of which will be issued on the twenty-nmtli

on the dayabove .mont o ied. White satin, greenftorence, Also, townships 3, 4 and 5, north I the State, and to information on all such day of July, will receive an entirely new

,John Page Lt. Bl'k and colored canton crapes, plain pfSfePges 9,10,11.12,13 and 14 west, subjects as may conduce to the benefit of and beautiful dress and, from the increu-
and including the Cupola country, and partoftbe ; the.planter, the merchant and the me ed extent of our correspondence and the
Jlnd./1",. Com Subsistence.
NOTE-No *will be received Women's worsted coloured & silk hose, Holmes' Creek settlement. chanic. On the part of politics, we may various means we have recently received

after the 31st of proposals October 1826. Coloured braces, Men's beaver gloves, I Also, fractional sections No. 2, 3,:7, S, not point at particular men, but on such for supplying these columns with original
18 18t. Women's white and coloured kid do. 10, 11, l-i15, 1* 18, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, measures as shall be adopted through matter we trust ti! intrinsic value ot'thii
Dress and furniture'prints, Ginghams 29, SO and31, inVractional townships No. their influence, if contrary to the will or journal will not be less improved than iu

'. Office of the C'tm. Gene ofSubsisSetztWisMngI.n ..'? Coloured Cambricks, Dimity 2, north of Rang 4, east ; and fractional opposed to the good of the people we I external appearance.
,July 1, 1826. 5 Plain and figured book muslins, sections Ko. '23, U, 25, 26, 35 and 26, in I shall freely animadvert. We shall always The great increase of population, and
.. Q EPA RATE Proposals will be received C6llaretts, fractional township No. 3, north of'Range keep a steady eye upon the proceedingsofthe the-equally rapid advancementof literary-
at this office-until the first day of October Cambric and mull do. -Insertions 4 east, all of hick fractional sections are GeneralGovernment and of its offi taste and pursuits in our country, give

:. < next for the delivery provisionsfor White :tulle plush, striped muslins, bounded by the Like Mickasukie. cers. either err, we shall, not fail to room tor the support of a variety of other
the use of the troop of the United Gingham robes, Bolivar stripe The sale to commence with the lowest: I point out their errors to the people ; nor journals, besides the common gazettes of

I. States, to be delivered in bulk' upon inspection 'Hangup cord, bl'k silk velvet, number of section, township and Range, in our. commenta will we be intimidated the day. Well conducted quarterly and
as follows : Brown holland,.yellow-nankeens, and to proceed in tie order designatedi n I : by the threats of any man or party. We. monthly magazines are the proper recep.
At Pensacola. Irish linens in demUpieces, long lawn, this Proclamation. shall pursue an unvaried and coniste.fl.course tides for detailed reviews, scientific dissertations .
GOO,barrels Pork Linen cambrics* threads assorted, The lands reserved by law for the ute ; we will support the expressedwill : and articles of a heavy and ela
1250'barrels fresh fine*Flour Ribbons assorted, t of schools, or for other purposes, and the ufthe people ; having .reference 'tothis borate kind ; we have need, however, of

8000 gallons of good proof Whiskey Bl'k and colored Galoons, fractional sections bounded by the Georgia : or that man who may be taken up for something of a lighter character to fill
550 bushels of good sound Deans Waist belts and buckles,'fl ag h'kfs. line will be excluded from sale. I office so far only as .regards his talents the intermediate rank between those and

800 pounds ofgood hard Soap Casbmere,-Gros de Naple, anclp-auze do. Given under my hind at the City of E I and patriotism.: the aaily papers. None can answer this

4000 pounds of good bard tallow Caridles, I Artificial flowers and wreaths: tapes,, Washington this 20th day of May, A-.D, The grand principles on which hinge purpose better than a weeklypublica
with Cotton wicks Bl'k Ostrich feathers, pearl buttons, 1826. the liberties_ the.people and thq indissoluble tion, devoted to such literary subjects _us
140 bushels of good clean'Salt Coloured flag, madrass h'kfs. Cravats,: % John! Q. Adams. union of.this'republi,is the separate come within the cognizance of any person,
2250 of cider exercise of the executive, legislativeand of taste and information, and containing
gallons good Vinegar. Linen checks, j and 4-4 co. do. the'President
One.fourthonthelst By judicial departments which whenever tales and esau)'s ot'sucli moderate lengthas
day of June, 1827, Domestic plaids, stripes and shirtings, ; ,
One-fourth on the 1st day of October. Co. ticking, bear duck, sheetings, Gteorge Graham, suffered to amalgamate or be placedin anyone, posse ing a common share o?

1827.Onefourth Letter paper, spelling books, quills. Commissioner of the i the grasp of one individual, wilt mark leisure, ;may peruse with pleasure anti
on the 1st day of December Scissors, pen & pocket knives, razors, 17-SOt. General Laud Office. the downfall of all that is.dear to man, I profit. .:Articles ot this kind have generally
1827., in cases, .. and tyranny & oppression will then bear occupied a con>>ide1'3ble"p of

And the remainder on the 1st day of Table knives and foks, razor straps Department of State, ? open and unlimited sway. These truths the MlaaoB, but w e have not, 'nor saLweatany.timeallow : )

March, 1828. and paste, 8th June, 1826..3 have been often told by many, and it were: them to exclude!!

It is understood that the Pork "fr o be Needles, pins, thimbles fish hooks and enable this-Department to comply not our purpose to reiterate them, but notice of such local affairs and p.5sing'.
contracted for is to consist of an entire lines.Spectacles. TO the subjoined resolution of the that a crisis is approaching in the affairsof events as may properly come ithtu our

hog'to the barrel except feet, legs, ears, in cases, toothbrushes, House of Representatives the -several I our nationwhich imperatively demands sphere of remark. Public improvement.
..\' Claimants it refers the attention of all lovers of our political in particular shall: ever.claim a portion: ofour
""I'I and snout, whichare inadmissible Wh'n', hand and cress-cut saw files, to whom are request
Should the hog be of less weight than Gunlocks, gun flints, ed to send hither, by mail, as soon as and civil rights, to prevent the republican regard, and the drama will also continue
'tit. 200 pounds the deficiency is to be made Brittania, tutania-Zc tinned iron spoons, practicable, Schedules of their respective institutions of our country being in vation.to be an object at'our critical obser. ,

,j: up of good fat side peices. No more Stock and pad locks, _cut tacks, claims, exhibiting the particulars requires fringed. ,
If'i!: than one head is allowed 'to a barrel of Shoe pincers and hammers, awl blades by the Resolution, as nearly as may be, A further developement of our views Our I late humble efforts to encourage

4It. pork. The contractor may at his option, and hafts according to the following plan : and principles' will_ be given In the first I laudable emulation among native writer*.

IiI. exclude the hams, and make up the deficiency Screw augers, morticechissels, number of The Spirit of 76. by offering prizes to the successful com

I.It., ..i...:..'.. with good side pelces, Wire,and hair sieves, frying pans, SCHEDULE. Terms.The petitors in different branches: of composition

I Ii, The,Candles to be made of good hard Weeding hoes trace chains, Spirit of 76 will be published on a, we are confident has met with general
i tallow, with cotton wicks. Men's and saddles -'n n n approbation.Ve intend to follow
superior common .=.. C CI : z royal sheet of good and neat type,
The Pork, Beans, Flour Whiskey, Fine 'and co m. plated curb & snaffle "1g'\) S.-o E: .JI at ten dollars annum. the same course in future,and will shortly
Salt and Vinegar, must be delivered in bridles, n.p..c. :n; During four months ofthe it will make knuwn the conditions oh which the

il.. strong and;
i..,. Candles in strong and secure boxes, Men's.fine & low priced shoes & boots, .c 10'.. !tJ
of a convenient size for transportation.The Women's morocco and prunella shoes, ; .. ..pC. C-.3 -;;-. will be inserted at the of subjects,.to combine the pleasant witli
l Pork, Whiskeyr-Flour,& Vinegar, Children's shoes, straw bonnets, C :no rR -1:.,r S. customary rates. the useful, that our articles might-neilher

; in seasoned heart of .white oitk barrels Wool hats beaver hats, castor & rorum ;. c :!...= .+ _-- Mobile, June 20th, 1826.iittt be too heavy; nor too trivial for the generality -
![I I'I the Pork in barrels full hooped. hats, (0 =ConS.;' 00-. ::: -C readers, and we have always had

The provisions to be inspected at the Cotton card sleepingbrushes, II? l, .. U=)'Tn ta 'n< :s "Fe-r Y 01: Cna te; due regard the taste of our amiable and

time of delivery,and the contractor tp be Cotton bagging*, baling twine, q1 =. lovely countrywomen. It is for their especial

liable for the expense of inspecting, and Imp. & young hyson tea, loaf sugar, .-.,-, o ::n-..=, n'.". k- The fast tailing Schooner perusal that the Mirror is in a great
all other expenses, until they are safely Madeira, Teneniie and Lisbon wines, :. :;- Sff n S, r* 4 SPECULATION measure designed and any publication
delivered at ach store-houses as may be Cognac brandy, Holland gin -.c "E.. ). '<-I .I. we are convinced, which is so conducted
o 0 a r- C') is and
now undergoing repairs
designated by the United States' Agent. Sup. chewing tobacco, common do. < -.>'=' 0 C O Oft 0. as to meet the approbation ofthe American
J Jl The privilege is reserved to the United Best brown sugar, Havana coffee, =.7 r:n-2---3 III ... .m..jI62i -- ._\wi will be ready charter for sea In a to few days. For ladies, (and many of the. rst respectability
: States of increasing or diminishing1 the Cut nails assorted, German steel freight or 'can be fouud on our Subscription

quantities be delivered, one third, on Sweet oU,lamp do.copperas, : | 'Ij__).B Sidney Phoenix H ines. list,) is also; entitled to the notice and encouragement -

giving sixty days' previous notice. Vinegar, pepper, allspice "11; IS =' 0 Pensacola July.21, 1826212t. oi the male part of society.
The power is reserved, by the Commis- Brown soap: sperm and tallow candles, 0 .. ._... (),.o,p... .Among the most popular and excellent
'6&ry.GeneraI of Subsistence of reducing Window glass, cider in boxes, ;-. 0.r-: Notice periodicals published in London are

thequantities or dispensing-with one Gunpowder, lead and shot assorted, :O!. .. .RIIIO.. or t; -o those which, like this paper.'court the
I or.more articles of subsistence at all the Castings, ovens, pots, spiders and andirons toot.... 3r. : :_:.: p.. -_ _;1 J' PPLICATION has been made to th particular patronage; of.the ladies and if
: posts, at any time before entering into ,* ,AI S ncc ..., Bank of the United States for the the encouragement of the females! in Lon.
contract, and this previlege is reserved; Tin and crockery wa'e assorted, l.' III L0U renewal of the following described notes don is sufficient to raise and<< sustain in the

:1I independently of that of'reducing one- Northern lard, hams, : 41- viz : rank ofeminencethe publications designed

third, on giving sixty Clay's notice 'previously Mackerel and mess beef in half barrels, S '1" ::n* 0"C; D.No. 16, payable to Benjamin for their reading, there can be -no
to each delivery. But it is probable Shad, No. 1. beet, codfish, &c. &c. &.C.J -. WI -" .... 0 Morgan: at the Office of Discount doubt that the fair of this couotry have
,I' that no alteration or reduction will Jerrison jr. Ji' :t'r S' 0 V.n- and Deposit,N. Orleans,dated Philadelphia a sufficiency of taste and.liberality to do
take place previous to the contracts Pensacola 1p Sag (. 5th April, 1819, g 100F. the same. It was from this convicUun
June 10th (
made. 1826. So' .+. ET* (ATTIYETW _
being No. 1i19payabte to Chas. S. that
-;, w. we adopted the second tItle'l&icl1
... _"0
No advances will be made in any case ;.; ---11I--0_ .".'. -.... Z' West, at do. date, 1st May 1825, 100 our work still bears and we shall ever be

. .'What ver. but payment wall be made-only' FOR SALE. ::).U n) n n lwI ;; .n-S c.. = C II. No. :34, payable to Joseph proud to own for it the name of the .'1.DIES' .\-
on evidence being produced at this ot- 0 C I.. "O. ...n 'n" Saul, at do. date 10th May 1818, 100 LITZBABT GAZSTTX. .
ce of.the delivery and inspection. t BTBHE; ] subscriber, Executor of the last JP rr-tlcc.... .... ,p... p.. 0 E. No. 4716, payable to Chas. S. Once '
It'is expressly understood, that at all gAj Will and Testament of Francisco a? !t 0 0,3 C'. West at do. date2d May 1825, 50 more we deem it necessary to
-.Qa. I state
for the
the depot*'and stations, the'salt is to be 'Touard,late of PensacoJa; deceased, offers .C'" .. s: ._.. 'leD.U) W. 9749, same, date 4th Oct. I ,that the information of distant readers -
for sale the aS3: Cl) Mirror is devoted, (though!
reCeIved following
property belonging *
by'-measurement of thirtytwoSU&1it I < as _. 10
i to the Estate of the said I not exclusively to the following sub.
UIe'bushel. : viz 8B .* > A. No. 2542 payable to J. Coney .
/When a bid is accepted, and notice; The undivided half of.a Tract of Land ::S ='0 :.;," : '" ..Co 3 at Philadelphia 1st Jan. 1817, 20 r I jects : ,
' tbereofgvento the.,person making the c c .. c A. No. 1514, payab'e to I1. Seip founded
CI: or on events of ..
bid, refusal, or neglect on his part to give =n.r-McO 3 ..2. s < -
good and sufficient,securitywithin reasonable a COp .
B 8&grt C The Censor-
he this 8S3 :s- compmihg a series of
time to specified by De? <* *t : ', 0 .0 S400The numbers
pjvrtinent, it will then beat the option of Situated North 'East of Bayou .de la '-4 (WI I: &Ce pathetic, satirical, mural, iiu-
this Trucha, on'the bay of San Mary de Gal- 0)a -:1 marcus, denominated the'Little Geni
Department to considerxthe contract L ::r"rJ I above mentioned notes were enclosed
forfeited or not. vez,.,about twenty one miles from the Clerk ,, <.:=S-dondd r: .. 0 ,-,l.. .Cl... : in a letter of instructions, deliver. us. This excited department of our paper has already -
Itis that City of Pensacola : and a, ** .u ed to Andrew of uncommon interest in the
required persons making :proposals C non 2s ::1-= Capt. Boyd, the Schooner public and drawn
;who 'unknown to this "") 2 5? ., o -.. : : Caravan, of New-York whicu vessel from various sources
Department 2..i1 IeJ -- I the'most lavish ..
-I bids bv c.; r' crO.rt CD t'j f ... went to from this praise.
mustaccompany: their. let iHOUSE&LOTin -.V. C) :.oo: rn I sea port, on the 17th
recommendatory, from gentlemen ... go 5*?o.J"-O": .: rr RC ::r c I day of Sept. 2825, bound to llagzed Island mestic.lleview-of publications. foreign or do

pf respectability,'*who are kn 3pn to the \ So t: .E.-3 Co 4 CI g I for a ,Cargo of sanV and not having t
Government. All 'bids unaccompanied i the City of Pensacola, fronting on i.-4 uteg $''g) >' t= since been. heard of it i& supposed perish I' Original Essays-on literature, moral*,

by such letters will,riotbeVeceived. 'Alcaniz Street, said lot containing 52' feet ""atl"eer' ") I H ...[ ed at sea. history ,voyages, travels: American' anti'quit'ies
It ;: It is desirablethat all proposals made front by 80'feet deep and known in ':the 00; e.c .. :O .aJ. t .Q.-, 0.. .I Stone & Nisbet. the fine arts: &c.
be /scaled:! In' a i Plan of the City as number 112. : = ..._ :":r Female Character-manners, beauty
separate envelope; and (0 .
; ir a. < ;; =
Pensacola 10th 1826 10 w6m dress and ..
The above .. May, I education. .
for will be sold = ,
matted "Prosposals famishing Army property on r :: nt: ? Os .
Subsistence." credit-one half of the purchase -mone V .JEE;; PI :' American -iogrsphy---or historical
'.Payment to be made in drafts on 'the.Department to be paid in one year and the remainder ."S f\. CD nMB., ;'" 0 11\tOrmation: 'Vout1.OME Sketches of the lives of.such persons, of

,. ,at Washington or some Atlantic in two year, Payments to be seemed ... CIS.:s" = 0''<, ;:J seven or eight years past Mr. both sexes. as have become celebrated for

city, or in Treasury draftaof specie by notes w iith a mortgage on the pre ',:\: ...... n c--r:S .t:, ..,4)..p.:... :.s ct-ItC as ;:J EUsman Basque of Lancaster County their patriotism heroism&cv, virtue, 'fortitude- taleub
payingbankato the,Weatwahf! mises. ;.. i n ;' n ,::.g. Virginia! ant his.son,John Basque to : .
Geo. GibsOfl.Ca ". Desiderio Quina. a '. _,.......'O'::' = = :n; -eJI- the State Georgia, in carepf his Uncle Literary -,JnteJligence--.or notices Qf
,, :::. 0 Ifl.... 0 .. ... Mr. Cundiff after whjch ,the Uncle re: hew publ tiuns. '
Pensacola:17th March -t:
.. Gei' of Subsistence* 1'. d p.. !" :g ..0' moved to'the State Alabama' and .tile. The :1ma--comprising. strictures oa
22 10LJNEGROKS 0 :r n the New
:: York
youth John it is stage.
nn" Basque came as supposed
(i :' -: WANTED. AN ORDINANCE.Lrt "[.." ;'". .0'---6. 1t ........... og- to Pensacola,sin e which no tidings,have Desultory Selections-with occasion
.. ...... ., p) ..= n remarks. '
: .
.. --;- -- N been heard of him
r.' in Virginia.
,. :: = by his
; c: = -
: 1IIu' .L..ft ....' qdJitton-mhe "Qc&na&ce ,to pr I4_ flV.CD 9 II I Anecdotes
J..t' 1iJ"- (JA ,- ,. 0 ::r .. ,literary,'historical
p the ne ;;r ; ttjlll 0T ?
-UJISIIEs: to Jre ieCiijo7P. T colti..u : 4 i If. &c.Passing: '-
ltbe: year, to corn I John Basque living, he will much .
y"f finance:
? M.tW:8: *Mrvliearty. ;Negro Men MM, no person or persons, UnitedStaelwill'insett this 'notice" six them in,Virginia or by giving the Editor Poetry-original and selected;
;'ud'one Negro 'W' man. The coming by sea to the Port of Pensacola. times in their papers. 1 this-paper: such information as maybe in' Together with many other 'miscellaneous .

$4 J" 1 :aiust be acquainted with shall land within said Port, until permit. June. 13206t. teresting1 to her. &,, anv'uerson. .b w n2". subjects which it would be. unnecessary -
&ion be first obtained from ,the Health an v.thing I' now to enumerate
,.. rand. come.well recomheiiiwpects. concerning the abovementionea ,
,Cd .. The Officer, nor shall lucb person or persons :Warehouse at St. Marks.FjlUE '. John Basque whether living or dead, will t From this condensed view of ou,paper,
! ,wuwfluatbcsgoodcookanc goon! board any other,vessel lying with.in confer a' great favor oil hts relative-by it Will be seen, that .with 'the intimate
subacriberbaslately erected hear
said Port without such permission. :ABy giving information this connexion which of
at. office.
.. 'jmi'ysernt.: %Those from the JL live fending at St.Mark*, :& :comm # great emporium:
country.wculd be"preferred; and for such person offending against this.-Ordinance dious'and secure WAREHOUSE .. Pentacola, July 2161 1326. commerce,arts 'and sciences, has with every -
answering: the' above description liberal hatl be fined in the sum '.of fifty r p other part of the world-the ready
I he "
wages rill bcgtrtn dollars. ? ,.. on. Storage prepared Commission.to; receive goods, either. )&.I\.L-r.: sources of knowledgehicQ: that opens! '
,, Tasted July irth 1826. to us,added, to the ementt4eut euiist -
1' Bushel ,
I..J bdal.Allis.P f1iIi Allum Salt
Wm.. ,
:' P. .Alba; Prss'f.G. Wright. < V ASJVgS ofSehr. Hope Return cargo'from ed in our support j ,wejcannot.fail to present

n.. oh.... :,- 27th! July. .,t 1826.223t.fKmsH .R.. A. Eickels SU )Marks Dec... Qth.,1826.-27" _tf. Ragged Island;just landed and for, sale I to our ;readers :.a. weekly 'paper. s
I. j' -V low. interesting,, amu'i t ) Ifwtructire, **
A' Enquire at the store of
.., < : lI ,,, 'I .t BE)} INK, ',' '&crear'. .. :v .q ,PRINTING, or of tile aubscrlber. J.Fbrsytb I tp merit the attention 'o&etery .lover of

::, < ',"". bottles, fort* e.At the Penis :Anproved I! ,July 18lh, 1826. ...EEccU1cT1 WITh dcijiatcfi at thit J. J .f. :.literature* 4 *f ', '.. .' .- -L"
.' ,4 ". ,". ",*ol* Bookstore.,/ /. V. : .. J ohu Jerrison, Mayor. \ Office.. ( ,; : Prison jr. ;.: .' I I'of Pensxcola, May, 15th,,:1825;, received. afthis. bfice. .* .
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