Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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 Material Information
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 11, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
notis - AKP3155
lccn - sn 83016253
System ID: UF00086631:00114
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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trxr Fawir.HASEMrHUNT. [Pnw-No. 85.] t J::: j/' 1--: ... o.ir, 'i". .. -. .14 I .c'1iI -. ._=*: ST1JILJ: :
An act to fix tbd,:lasses.and:pteea ,*tf 'fact to / tM'; ..1' ,.-... .. .. ., *! t '' i'i5: "
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Brbltlher. ftteLBmfthc Florida United 3I ateathe2brvtarya lI.macled.liy fjfe mate. and 'T March oao,eighleeabuudrtd of th s-act And'-hcatJ, "1 : S..'': rlJC._ 3f frl+tier ene ."..iW..t. :... .7"a"., .t '..'._ -r:-...,..... .
-and if House of Representative* of tile ed, Taat! iaePaDli Cial4jeriostr" et :- A -
tTBscBjrrxov-Tear 5 one. e .. sRz1a:*a ddsis.ra. ,sasr A-=' ;It
.': Half yew 3 United State of America, in Con Belt. enacted by,tic: Senate end *Bag4iag] abaft hereafter ... alny .acea +t..t.i.i: trio
r'" Quarter year 1 50 gre* assembled, That the District House ofReftrctenthtoefofthc 17 recelEettir.spi.: of, two tfcatttaaddollars UM Aottatokai, .T '.Ntbi ia$4R:0f or

Subscriptions payable in adrance.toTSsrrsiiro Courts io,the. Districts' of A* rtfteif /tZe' jfiericain Con*': perm as tiffs salary, : ..w.aWtwbIa.:: "' h

of-.column Every advertisementof and measuring labama shall hereafter be holdeo 8n" .assembled. ....T at' for the services to bebiid to his othcrtalamt +.Mts' 4 .die- ..._ htwliGwi .' ,#
the width one ,
not more than twelve lines of this.type, at the times and places, aad ia rendered b1/the. Registersand are pMcl,'aad ay law betete4reaatheitiiag 1 *tlreaddra 'Mwiaa a: ;_ i

first insertion one doUar.each weeWy cot- tbe.t'manner, herein provided for, Receivers' of tie several Land aim to employ a cleric .. .'"to a frk 4,'09 "' .,.;
tinuance fifty cents; longer'aDa:wider any law to the contrary- notwithstanding Districts, in earning. into Deflect [a his trace' ..1aall'be, asd the_.same toa. 'cpfwWch' he, ,li .iwit.,
ones at the same rate. RUle and figure ; that is to say: At Hunts- the act for the reicf: of 'the purchasers is hereby repealed cess the.f1rkA l1.n..t' .

Advertisements work, double price will for tastefully the first insertion.display yUle! ,ia and for the northern. District of the,Public Lands, prior, pp' .1k1 1.1826.tETICBI. I 'P.SIlsdtllW yJalY, :; i 171. .

of them,'and of Alabama! on the first Moo- to the first day ff July eighteen "Yestet:
ed, according to the nature ar M eg e+."1i "
will be measured by matter of this. stie day.of March, and the first Monday hundred ami twmty, passed on' :. wa. cICci..lIj wa*.. R.Mcl-.
When inserted at intervals, .(Us*t of October: at Mobile, in the second 'day pf March ; I ded :
type. :, one amoBg ... A ,tail tisa
at Sea.
5 g,not inserted every week,from the &rat and for the Southern District.ontbe I thousandeight e hundred and twen was payee 'as.eit.wdy
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to the last insertion) each insertion will in and Wf'itleJJ'fkttieJo+ 1832, and rasa .GI.GIeAMI
first'Mo'nd., May, on and the fijreral acts thee iheited.bltsteia'ei/r
be charged as a new advertisement- tae, supplementary cxcrtue in the LAZAvrrxACADKXT & "fL
Amounts for advertising payable always the second Monday in October, in thereto,the Secretary Lexington JTy.by Miiss C.: C. osgktto be Fntiiipege..Sltstes" -

on demand each year: Provided That for of the Treasury With" the_ approaation >>-;; N uw oDarim Ga., fA nfla .!J. 1m j.Theday ,
03::: Liberal contracts will be made the final disposition of causes commenced of the President,. ia s addition .' is' psw.ei Tho-idi."

with those who wish to advertise by the in, and pending in.the to the fees rylfowedby the' said I dar was alma gentle breeze of, July,V77C,' will W. ft .e.iir+rr

year. District. Court now. held at Ca act and supplementary.; '.acts,,,Whai-tof Wetted fa" cheerljr, o'er the-sea.., ? .; 4s .erial. ia.fife I .tiey44ty"t.
(03: Communications, directed to W. ha'w&aj in said Southern cstiict, bail oe, and feeib ,henr. aujthorised .hftm'iarL iea. t. .' ".-, 'M. -= .
.1kta.-h w'1m 8IM.
Pcnsacolabe .- -- .. .
Hasell Hunt Post Master, .
theme all be. Court held said .. '..." -' '
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be duly attended. to. .. a .kWt. to _ate...... .. .. & a/-" ] : -' : eilsbrstsrt. .. ,.fir' .=. il1t; 11.1._ _
__ -- f Y 1 platetb timW lue.- l hg.} tsrancc JUI1l-; J'I', .: e tellrfb.: : n.tt... 6 : ..+ A 1iTlIF..... C
Laws of the United States. i law, and after judgment in said each of idAc officers, as iSi'--"ar r Ajod tftin drcad&l tmfelai&mountain t VlRSARY iz1JV1 .:.}.+.. k
seem iugb,
foafing waves
cases, final process thereon: maybe aimrati. "
to him to be .lht1ob coms 'M" th.
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issued from and made
just ; which ftUGll1"&ad way pftel ta
to, the said Court to be held at no case, exceed And now the Bark is bounding ing1. 6f4eTOtr.a toIt : "Cam, .

Mobile, in which Court all further incurred in clerk hire by.ajij Re r ADd louder grows; the dreadful cry, fwgbt to fee .
proceeding thereon shall be had. gisur or Receiver, in That comes from every seamaa'e bnsit "' 111II.. ,4i 8M1" .
:j4 Whose soul is robbed of rest.
Sec. 2. And be it further enact, of the duties imposed upo those stoutest. p SNy.itUst boaSKb'_ ',, '_-

ed, That all causes and proceed officers by the provisions ol the .And bark! the storm still louder growi, I sttoas-fromsiiee (ojf jib. -
legs, of every description commenced said act fie the act supplementary ,. The furious wind more dreadful blows, "eiiY to 'tAe'otber fins'.f .r.
or depending in either oft&id thereto, and the one- 'OrOD percent 2'becothge quick is cracked asunder. ever I Yott Will:.11dM :.ill""y:

Courts, shall be continuedand ," on the amount of payments Andlouderroarsthe pealing thunder ported wit"eattwitb.s I..msot.
\ returnable to said Courts, to; made by relinquishments- and discounts But soon the blows cease their rotting 4 I am ire airarcp::df tke'--u.aDd .

l ii! be held according to the provisions calculating the value of the The passior cloud its dreadSd pouring, blood,aad 1teret.. i('.
? of this act, and proceeded with in lands relinquishes at the rate Of The thunder peal is heard no more, coat to a...tIi.. t3iih. -:1.siie;,
due form of law. two dollars per acre; Provided I And all the crew their GOB adore.T.rbeE&mr.ji8slrsaeola tio% and ssP4get asd' atfeAithese .
Approved, May 22, 1826. I That the allowance made on account f 1IIi States ; yet,. .throVjOlgloora .the

[Pv.uo-No.86.] of per centage including .. G utte. I CM see aray olliiYas ..
An act allowing appeals and writs of er- their annual salary,.and including SIB-In one of ov' walks a few days glory. I can see'that,"tfce 7"

ror from the decisions in the District. their commission oa the money ac since,I found the f ioUowins Song, which worth sore taaa.all tlraad t sti ,
i Court in the northern District of New I presume was written lee the bat Fourth i .
!-_L N. tually paid sli all in'no case,exceed of .JulI have copied it, to place tj that posterity toalthougfe !!. s
York, in certain cases. wail I
BY AUTHORITY.PVBl.lcNo.84.1 to any one officer for any one year, diJpoIaL you tpi Takerwhich :
Be it enacted by the Senate and I' wE s1i i['IIOI. 'YMt
( the sum of three thousand dollars. SONS 1 Lope
Home the .
of of
Approved, May 22. 1826. !te. 4JI! .
An act making appropriations to carry .. '; The bright morning."
United States of America, in Con- Vlf&- roy the
into effect iae Treats conch de d btween'the'UfitedStatesandthe ...[Pvaw-No.. ... .B9.,.. .]... _\t \ Those Were icltI..ifP 1D.
Creek srw- --; --:' -'rT'.n Pcata : YUI was w :; Oh! who bath beheld the featop niag of, Ie.. .
decisions lie Moneys for trnspcrf.V"ar. lriet,vhicbVeaerabie. liad. .... .""'er.
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writsvof error shall lie from .
,ratified the A-. .. -fo. .....
nation twenty-second I It'!.;. t'.!.. .....ct4, ,- j j. 1 jWben ibrslher li nt spangled tie dei* ..14.W..SA-.
pril,eighteen hundred and twenty>slx. in the District Courtfnr <'H. :: / 1 Th twit bath
...(; i: ens:, ....: rj: rat S+,;tfcse and > dappled lawn tipgolsb. .tthls.
Be it enacted by the Senate and Northern District of New Ycrk, !! ,_ ... Andher mellow mellow mellow mellow
maa departed Croai .Lin
.'oz-,.+ h?,*.-:"" 'ettcir. B of the
House of ..RJr.eB ntative.: of the when exercising the powers of a nya at the horr.rliea
very ,
United 4S..: 3 ;f Antericay in Con Wove with and accordiBgto
United Stale of America, in Congress Circuit Court ; and from.deci6i :ls purple gold 'the Dechratioa .
Srefm assembled That it shall The volume of nature before him unroll'd hitory, of ;a ,
cllem'l d, That the following which may be made by the Circuit
be lawful for ? dependence was proclaimed lathe
of the
sums be, and the same are Court for the Southern District of State House ia

hereby, appropriated, out of any said State,in oases heretofore ..removed Treasury: to allow to the several .'.Ob who hath beheld, from the dark on-the day of Yard its adoption.ia1leJpUa. ,.
otherwise Receivers of Public Moneys, in ... _
money not appropriated, to'said Circuit Counfrora surging wave, A '
to carry into effect the Treaty concluded the aid District Court sitting asa the several Land Offices, & reasonable The land rise to cheer and the harbor to I4muts.&&*Btyi.ter. .

between the United States Circuit Court, to the Supreme compensation for trans save ; President Adams was eo icattd

and the Creek nation, on the Court of the United States, in the porting to, and depositing auth And cheery all the scenes cheery cheery cheery at Cambridge,'and to tile profess;

twenty-fourth January, eighteen same manner as from Circuit moneys in any bank or otherpuce Of his long absent home sioa of'the lar. % So eaifitat.. ,
hundred and twentY-aix, and ratified Courts. I of deposite, thai may, from, Like the vision of joy in wild extacy, standing irfthatprofeMioB.thatat
the i time to time, be designated by the come?
on twenty-second April Approved, May 2,1826.PostrcNo .. an early age H was appoiated
eighteen hundred and'lwenty-six [ 87.] Secretary of the Treasury for that Chief Justice of the State bat 'he .
of ,
More sweet than the breath
that is to say : For the payment An act authorizing the payment of inter purpose, which eon p niiianshall ,dan,. peuin declined this '<& ':Amid tile ..
of the sum to the Chiefs and Warriors est due to the State of New York. be re gt laud according to '
Mcrt precious than dew drops that spaa- force of cacilefiBWit. prddveei by
o of the Creek nation Be it.enacted the Senate and the actual lout sad '* .
stipulated by expense .Iid the ttivria : the.Boston massacre,, fee dared to -
in the third article of the said House of Representative of the risk of such transportation:'and More mellow saeBow. mellow. mellow' undertake the defivco of tiM Sri

Treaty in addition to an unexpended United State of America, in Con depo&ite, to the place of d.oskt' i On: thatyycr tnl/Wj'blest. mem ,; tish',troops*. His s&tc.ess ..' this :

balance of one hundredand grc* assembled, That the proper and returning therefrom.jj 0 ;' :Wan tEepgWoicecf truth vbea fair trial was. :cpBpl ic. It ..?iseet
thousand dollars officers of :.Sec. 2. And be it further e* efi .
seventy appropriated Accounting the Treasury fedora was torn. his taleats ad ek:stross sew*.t
by the act of the. thirdof Department be. and they are I ed, That itshiiUfeiiUwfBtlbrfe( :. .8 tintrepid i :u.lMIdaf die T.. &h; .
March ehrhttrcn hundred and hereby, authorized and directedto !Secretary of the T.re" rj':.ifi>bthdiscretion 'Obt faff looks the .bad to the maraar, s. rit "'.would-I. vifl bare

twenty-five, and..which is hereby liquidate and settle the claim of to make a like'ceib fe*. i BjrtbDiUos of' fife's rugged date t. fiJi $4h; iaf p'-' '--.
directed to be used for the purpose the State of New York, against sation to the several HeteiversT f ...Ie oa lar hidigmitica" by7eofigSsg t1i

of this act, forty-seven thousand the United States, for interest upon I Public Moneys for similar sttvi- But cheery cicery cherry cheery. tows sach. ca... Bat if is as*ia. his.
six hundred dollars both of loans on moneys borrowed, and I ces by there performed slate .the a'. heart professiofial" life,bat his peHtiial,

which sums shall be paid to the actually expended by her, for the reduction of ,their .corapeasalson Of the Hose/throbbiag high, that! wo are to trace.sus'glorkmacareer. t
Chiefs of the Creek aation, to be use and benefit of the United by the act of the thirtieth of April Is..;;.tae Girth-day or"n.*f .FHE ,JOM"' ; tbtAdavns. .He sooa sacrifice*! his attt,. .*, ,

divided among the Chiefs and States,during the late war with one thousand eight hundred tail u fessioa ae4.'etery si to, irbelsVberlif

Warriors of' said nation,-- and that Great Britain. eighteen. .ail l3e eraan. sf bis feKoW citi Jist aid tficiadepeadeaceof
he same: be done under the direr Sec. 2. And be it further enacf Approved May 22, 1826. Ju>. coaatry* ,Jka

tion of the Secretary of War, in a ed,.Thit in ascertaining the amount An act [Pv.l.lc-No. 90.J ;. ".,. ,.N IiaI .. 11"J'01K.was ekctei. a'reprtssaHi: *. .
full council of the nation,convened of interest, as aforesaid Public making Buildings appropriations in "Wtihiagton for and the eho1d I die; bPt GoD aWl be ,with taveiroa .Bostoa a.4. ia 1774 a '

upon. notice for that purpose due to the State of New York, the for other porposci. "walk"von. +Cos the,God beforewhom wmcb fed my me-father all my*did life"long Mmber. of, tbeCemacifr= watvaire ;.

For the payment of the perma following rules shall be understood Be it enacted iy the Senate and I unto this day." [JACOB.GmxhSL gatived:by Gov. Qag .frvfii.tb. V

nent annuity to the Creek nation, applicable to, and governing House of Re/irtMcntative of tae Such' may, without any raat part fee took ia 'p i3tka:., ?.rasm' "SB

provided fur by'the fourth article the case to wits First, that United Stale of4mericat to Cosgre stretch cf fancy, be supposed to 1770 .dpre'YlH iibe *.* .. .......IfH.,. &

uf the said Treaty, the lUlu of. interest shall not-be computed on ** ot te mttltd,\ That the /following I ''I bare be a the Ungasge, as it ... WIB coaatastly :"
twenty thousand dollars. 'any sum which New'York has'Dot sums be,.d the same are i.sabteldly was bele.timel1t.,of theiqv.uioaszndvwe look a kjsiaf. 'partmeasam ;-'' "

For the payment! of the sum to expended for .the.use and benefit hereby,respecttv"y appropriated, i patriarch vfbUb:weredefaltbe t'. :
the friend aad follower of Gen of the United States, as evidenced to be paid out oft s&tmey in tae JOHN ADAMS, "iha about to ':_u ilirifN*V .;_-

oral M'tatoth, stipulated'for in thenintb.articJe by the amount refunded or repaid Treasury, be'appropriated yield aphis breath to Him who J 0t Attack*. ... ..-7' ''' ,. r -

: of tue said Treaty, io New York,*, b, the United for the .follovifig .purposes gave it, on the glortoms Aaalver- "Be.... J'-... .....:_, .,....rtM.. 4; Y ... .r
owe hundred. thousand dollars. States 5 Second, ,that -no interest that is to say i "--. ear;:of tbe event IB,which be. boieso Mt',. .. :I....= ; .j1'r .'
For the paycacat" of' ,'the* ', **'>sjuaJo** "* :* shall.fee:paid...' *. :any.aria. on:which For finishing tht lam room serieiis.aa4Jmpertsat; .a pr.. .. 'ii ,:",T, '_?' -

the 'Creek 'BftiUm. stipulated' for *fcist feet i 44iBier9U,t, Third,. i'a.ttae President's Boats ;;.Ji.tbe r Actba. 'Itf W MIHT..J! A% ,:SA.:,>.*Buu8iKlM'"* **> ==<'I' ....... "'< ... ,. "..',_; "', a
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that when '
3 the eapplccBCBUl article to the principal, on any purchase ocr.raitar.e.aWd'M.repairs _. Byoadm. : ordiaarycpaa ef Ulfj bt '. ':f
aiid y 'Treaty thirty'thousand, "'do the..!- part.of it.f..has'.been>> paid! or refund*; of tbe Hoaset'tfee .sa... as 1b.. &spirit foadly Uagtxed o'er .W'.J. .,.A.cli. .. i. T. "' ? V ..
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Ira, ed:by the United:..States or.moneyolacediatfeebaadsofKew i twenty-fire Ulou.'ct llan i:for the- eae.oatit.ikC arrival of 'tpe t. :. ';,:,7T' -- ., .' "." .,..'..
For York 6 brag the fences and. gradual- day or .-. LNg sa 'Iri kii1ix'dteliisgi ... ,. '.' .- '.. _
carrying iato elect.the sit 1 ,,,,
ulations of the Uth. ffCTcstBeighth ,' for that. purpose,;the interest 'oatbe.Mta ; lag, gad a""aag,,the cr *Ysiti.aader tDe -, !{... .. sJt.ft: ,... '_.. ..
;; or **' SQ paid or refendedhall *1 coaaected, trig tae Pn ldiii'lH.ae.d'e..t. a.tcYs sN .. ....11. uwiIa't. -_'\' ;... .. :i ,". '
ea\b, rat1l..et.1a. a4 f4i. cease a4 act be i fro .dsq..... eflfsks: 1a& J"'t: 6ot.. that fctsiMiitflBi .

01 ,"' .. t&.. tier IW".. coQ&idertd, a*;chargeafcte, to.the; eight feadred .aai sisty4f dol e.'tYaV31h_ 'Aiiren.7 f'files .,,;3tft'tk ,.-, ;_ ''..:'' ..L' ,,- .
rul ereap_.. ." .. : the' Uaited 5i.a.u. vr r" : lara; forcwUwiBf tfee "s' swi .. aK f WaI Mi ... .._.... '' E ,'Jt---...... .... ..;. ........ .

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; Ytl.:. ,bL' .$;I-.l\OmflttU C. who- ..:. : :' JllfT '.WOUlil t ;SOOflSSt4&fll'tl.' # Jh: -, 'i:.\ I&& d. If: i;k. said: lnat, ID, J th'to1eof ; :?Fr 1f1.\o 'j9 .(for :ccrtatn' tJutt rtii, ,.to. :xprgpleteequality the

p'on t i-d "he.subject,qf.a erc'P".I 'then, every.tkig.bubelieT.his :lit. : l stwqk he. Cdlmjy portions': f those years ) neicciptetiiwlth wa, ;atixomf :our cftizVns! soesstnftiai .
tii :ftrnI the. -mother- country, owofboson., .peace an d l 'nsbine! tel (e dirr.chonl .abpu. i. n is\cbifi i' : Wythe.and' Pendle-j ,to 'the. :. maintenanceoi, _
: :r lr.Jtne:; ph, 'and Mrs- Adams To say/that' : he. had' 'weak point iilintej4iiebl. t.; and:that on' Moii.drnVrnquiring .- Itoa., in revising the Laws of Vir republican govern went, iV was 'necessary
.Were' appointed a' sub-corn rottteeto and foibles is hut to say that he with some .solicituifc ginia. In 1779, he succeeded Pa-- to abolish, the principle Of
: frame a Declaration of Independence. was A man. But his defects were : What was Ihex4lay of the trick Henry as Governor of the primogeniture :"' I drew the law'of
.' The draft reported, those Sf a bold and daring spirit, OJ mth, and being told me 3d of State. In 1781, he composed his descents, giyipg'equal inheritance
was that of Mr. ,Jefferson, and he an open: generous and confiding *J'11'[ | he (xpressvd,a'.desire,to liven. '*Note,' on Virginia ;" than whichno to sons' and daughters, ''which
r has deservedly received.greatcxe. : ncart. .He 'knewMib, guile4find he .iU hexIeuday. .that he mightbfolbc work 'of equal dimensions has made a part. of the Reviled,,Code..
dit for it. But those who consider .fC,4: d none. Having selfiibpurposes ,thcVu'-of-the- '50th Anuivtrsarv. -' ever attained to greater reputa 'The attack on -the: establish
V how much easier .it is to draft a to answer, he picUiC4 .. tion. In the summer of 1783, he ment of a dominant religion, "al
report tnan ttrprccure Us passage no-arts to effect them. At '{the. .j' From National Intelligencer.i I'waa in Congress at the moment first made by myself. It could bcarried

and.adoption*and who reflect,that. age of ninety, at the cohipleiionof. "Y'1 cannot. gratify;.our readers ';vheri the Virginia Legislaturewere at first} only by a.suspension ..
1 Mn Jefferson never poke in public .:a-half. century .from :the fcomtgenctfinent i r 'P o ti han..by the p b'iEA framing a State Constitution. of salaries for one year, by
and that ,John Adams ,wjaaihe' o(\))at reyoTutiofl?iie \hn'rt5ollciwing, ; J ; extract cia ." The draught of the instrument, battling it again at the next, session ,
.i oldandfdrtH spirit:'bfChe: !'Congress had heen so instfuinenYailirafevi f.init : kti9Cfithe University ol Vir- which he.transitedon[ that occasion for another year, and so, from
of 1776, aed the' eloquent he.. sunk by gradual' decay into ranUrdai i : '' oji.lie 6th instant : was.. not received. till' the year to year, !UJil.1' e public
S advocate of Its' boldest measures,. th? arms of"death. lie lived fc .1'\\ t l:.fff expired on then day when the committee were fb mind ripened"for the bill for
S cannot fail to award him the highest : Pee his country's liberties placed \ : ; a'boulen'minutes: : before one report the .result of their labors. I establishing religious. .freedom,
honor which the' adoption o(' on a firm and immoveable ba&is, o'clock thcafjcrnoont, aJ ter a confinement They were ao-much pleased with I which 1 had prepared. for the R,=-
that: Declaration could confer. and the light of liberty 'which 'she to hri bed of little more His Preamble, that'they adopted it vised Code also. .fhi.was at
From 4hc dectaration independence diffused enlightening the NhOe! than a week, though the disease of; as a part of their Report ; so, that length established permanently -
: until the peace, Mr.Adams earth. which he diedrdiarrhcea) had been silt iff now well -understood, our and by the efforts chiefly ,of Mr. T
: was employed the same' glorious Jnterment of Mr. Adam*,-Agreeably of l long contin 'nee. He suffered BUI Rights and the Constitu- Madison, being myself) in Europeat
,. cause. W hilstiWastvmgton, .to arrangements ht&de( little bodily pah, apd, apparently 1ion were from the pen of George the time,' that work was brought
\I at the head of OUT armies, was the .remains of the lion. JOHN 1 none at all in.tJe mind-spoke of :Mason ; the Preamble ,was T. JefIferWj. ; forward. S
: lighting the battles of liberty, and ADAMS, were entombed on Friday i his approaching end with.tbe: most I Inr 1784, he left the U: 'I think I might add the' establishment :
: defending our-counttry from the afternoon at Quincy with every perfect cotupccre, ar d indicated !JS. being associated .a itenipo- of our University. My
L ravages .of..the .en'. my, Adamswas token of veneration, !respect no solicitude ewejit that his life I tentiary commission with Franklin residence in the, vicinity threw of
employed in ft t ernceless and affection.An should 6e tzrulul lfed:to the fourth. & Adams;addressed to the several course on me the chief burthen of
,, brilliant,:but scarcely less impor immense body of citizens \\' e all njjice: here that his wish. powero of Europe, for the purpose the enterprise, as well .of. the
tant. Through 'the whole war, assembled from ,various puts'of e:, were fulfilled l, He was buried of-concluding treaties of com buildings, aar of the general organization
lie was exerting 'uis talents at the merce. In October., !1789 he obtained -
.the State. Several carriages came yesterday without any pomp or proc. and care of the whole.
: various, courts '..)f Europe, to' ob- from Salem and : leave to return home ; and
more re mote asiou, in c ripUancelith his :The effect _of this institution OR
tin loans,and. alliances, and every towns. I I dying, .... rtnuest... but' many, attended- on.. his arrival_ _was made. the_ first 0. I the future fame, fortune and prosperity -
succour to sustain our armies and "A corps of artillery, stationed the burying pUce at Mouticello, I Secretary t>F State' under Ueneral of our country, can as yet
I the cause of liberty-and our inde oil llountVal1asto.n" fired minut to see him inferred. He left a Washington. His correspondence( be seen_but at a distance. But an
pendence. Nordid his l labors guns, during the whole time of the memoir Aisliff, which I believe, with the French and English Ministers hundred well educated youths,
.cease um'tl he 'had accomplished services and several simi- will is a proud monument of his
funeral be puito press immediately, which it will turn out annuallyand
,every object for which he was lar tokens of respect were heard in' \nd, numerous papers, that are in- genius ; he alternately rebukedthe ere long, will fill all i'.s offices
sent abroad' ,.nor until' he had sral.edn" the adjoining towns ; Jhc bUs of lenCed for. publication. some .years ,cold unning.or lesion and the with men superior qualifications,
;: .. 1. ry'' by. a nvaiv which were tolled, and the flags on :ijt ;;" 5- aair ardour ot Genet. His repots and raise it from its humble '. a\c
of peace! which'he: signed,' with i variousgun houses, &c. were *- The singular coincidence of the'm on money and weights and to an eminence among its associates
Great Britain hoisted half-staff. mct' of this gfrat man's death measures ; on the fisheries and on" which it has never yet
Immeia-Ijter J. the Treaty of The relatives of the deceased, with iial of the Jubilee, is rendered the restrictions of commerce are. known, :no, not in it* brightest<
"1'cac'e he&pointed Anitas-* the Societies ar.d others, assembled yet-jnore extraordinary by .the. ample attestations! of the enlarged: .dals.-1."bose now on the theatreof
sailor to Gre&t ,'Britain-on the at-the late President's man fact dfthe lite of the patriarch being views t>f Philosopher and tile, affairs_ will enjoy 'the ineffable
adoption, of Constitution, he sion. prolonged l, apparently, by agr happiness"., of 'seeing themselves
he was elected 'first Vice President The citizens of Quincy met in ai effort of the mind, for.a ..fewdtys In 1797, he was elected Vice- succeeded Lby 'sons of'a grade of
of., the JTnited States. Du- the town-hall, organized, and wrestling with Death, so as President ; and four years after, science,.. beyond, their o fn. ken.-
ring the\frko/le/ period of the Presi- moved in a body to the vicinity of to' extend to the fourth: of the President of the U. S. For eight ,Our. mister states will .also be ,repairing -
(lency'ofVishingto: Mr. Adams the mansion-house-when, about 4 month,.and to the,precise moment years he cdnductcd the go'vern- to the 'same. fountains. 'of
: was Vice President. He ; 'uniformly! consulted by Washington formed, under the direction of to havtr been taken on his report purity of ,purpose, -respect to their genius tube kindled nt cur '
as though he had been a mem ,I several of Marshals, composed of 6f the Declaration of Independence, Constitutional Principles, which fire, and will carry back. the fraternalaGections -
ber of his cabinet, on all 'important Gentlemen of Quincy. in the Hull of Congress, on the might serve as a model' to his successors. which_ nourished
I questions. Ou the death of ORDER OF PROCESSION. Fourth day ol July, 1776. Perhaps His acquisition of Louisiana by the I.ame' Alma Mater, will
"Washington\ Mr. Adams was Mrshal-.itizens( of Quincy there never was, unless on alone now calls down the knit us.to them by,.the,indissoluble
elected his successor. UndertakerCORPSE bear- the field of battle, more 'decided loudest .praises from everyone. bonds of earlpersonal: friend
During the administration of ers,- udge Davis,. President Kirkland illustration of tihe ruling passion But what is deficient i in the .pre- ships. The good Old Domiuionthe'
Mr. Adams, parry spirit raged Governor Lincoln, Hon. Mr. strong in death:" .Jefferson lived ceding narrative most be made .up blessed mother -of us all, will hen
Without restraint. Too independent reenleaf, Judge Story, and Lt. for his country, and his last from a curious and authentic Me raise her head with pride among
himself to wear the trammels Gpv. \\'inthrop-1\Iale Relative thought was of bier.Theinforniation. moir.now laying before us in the. ,the nations, will present to them
of 'either party, he .,vas warmly ,Members of the Honorable that the vene- handwriting of Mr. Jefferson He Hhat splendour genius, which
supported by neither. Too open i Jouncil-'Senators-Speaker and ; rated sage has left Memoir of was called on by particular occ.a-' she .has ever' 'p ssed, but has
(or concealment 'and perfectlyvoid Members of. the.House of Uepre.c. -. I is"Liat Jar intb.---- : '" lIoiQntn--latr..om._ 1 h irriu. twJojvgpitTcrirxJ unchti-
of truiie and intriii. htp'i" ....,_.:._..._. .__._.-.1 .w. r11fl. upri, is full of ntcrt'st.Ve t- hope stanccs.and emceiToT: ,His lire- vated: and unknown.u'l'rat, and will become
tised no arts to secure himself in surer--rjon. Messrs Loyd, Silsbee, I ir will npt oe ;withheld 'from the and from this curious document, .a. centre of ralliance, to the
power. 'At the expiration of his Webster, Crownnshield i Baileyand press. '. for which we are i: lighted! to the states, whose'youths she has in.
'i first term, Mr. Jefferson, the candidate Everet:-Mayor, Aldermen, J.r. Jefferson's .Nativity.-The I kindness of ,a friend,. we .lay the strutted, 'and, as:it were, .adopted
of 'the Republican party, and Common Council of Boston following letter obligingly enables: following extwact. before our rea
: '1 claim shateinthe merit
and his successful competitor, City Auditor, Clerk and Marshal us to correct a statements in our ders. It furnishes. some information work ol tiolJ.
received four votes more than Mr. -Professors and other officers of last, made upon what we thought in that touching stYle'for- orthis'.gre rr.gcner
My whole la'biursuow for
Adams, Mr. Adam Ihen retired i the University Members of the good authority. which the author was so remarka61e many
< have been devoird to it.
to private life at his scat in'' Cincinnati-Clergy of a large G TLEMEN.: Every thing c ..n- which now that the great man and years I,stand to follow it
Quincy. number of towns-United Stat s' nectrd has: descended to hi* tomb, it may pledged
-.vim the history of Mr.
When th .fore r.n aspect of our Navy and Army Officers-M'.litia. JEFFEUSON deriving dignify and interest : not be improper to lay before the up, through! me"the remnant of liferemaining

country became clouded and difficulties Officers- ned: States' Ch'iI'OfficersStraugersCilizens front that association,! hope public. to
overshadowed it, he came. of the to be excused for correcting an error "I came of,a e.in 1764. and was f.iom tnC .Jitaran Jria Herald.
forth the warmest advocate of the towns) the vicinity of Quincy- in your notice in this morn soon put into the nomination of The following most extraordinary
righs of-the country.and of those Twelve mourning coaches with ing's' paper, of the time and .place I I Justices of the county in ,which I incidents connected with the
measures of the administration Female Relatives closed the Pro ot f his b rth. live, and at The first election fol day of the death or! Mr. ADAMS:
.calculated to sustain them. His cession. Mr. JEFFEHSON: was born near lowing. I became one.ofitarepresentatives and Mr. JEFFERSON, are almost
: letter in defence of our seamen The procession was of ,great :Jh : place whtrc he died at Shaw in the legislature. enough to make one feel'supersti-
against foreign impressment! i if !en1h: when the front arrived dell,'in the County cf Albcnurlc. '1 was thence sent lo be Old. tious. They occurred'to us at a
: .one of the ablest and most irresist- at the meeting! hont, the citizens ,Hi father lived for a time in hl'S. i Congress: mo tne Hi's refl lion-rand no
able arguments in the English Quincy opened ranks, while the terfild County, where some_ of his 'Then employed two years with doubt many mo.re'.equally striking
language. satisfied were those -relatives, and others might .be associated with
corpse children! were born, but Alhe- Mr Pendleton and 1lr.Vythe, -
: :, who had been politically opposed entered the Church, the pulpit and'1 mark hud] the honor of being the on the revisal and reduction to a them.. ,
t lo him,,of his merits and services, galleries of which were dressed ,in ffolfre County"of this well-beloved single Code, of,the whole' body' of. L They are: both signers to the.
: that he,:was selected by the Republicans niuurning.-The house! was'tjironfied ;-.j 49gfttieoMtburty.} The day of his the British statutes,- the 'acts 'of Declaration,Indejjencfeuce._,
: -Massachusetts, aa -The services .commenced and 2. :They ht.only survivors
birth was the' 3d, of April O. S. our Assembly, and certain parts .te\
-. their candidate for Governor, on closed with anlhcms. The Rev. Whichanswers,: to the 13th of the of the common law. of:the/cjom; mUue. who were appointed -
the death of Gov. Sullivan-but "\1r. Whitney, Paaior of the Society new, and of course he was not as, Then elected Goy rnor. i .10 ,."drmft"the Declaration.ofIndependence. .
he declined again entering into addressed: the Throne of, f : .
old as you make him by 11 days. Next to the legislature, and
'.' public life. He was one.of. the Grace in pra"erand delivered l'hesefacts' 1 had from Mrs. Ran to Congress again. 3. Xhe/y had. both, ,subsequentto
S%:.: 'Electors, and President of the an impressive Sermon, in which the Declaration, of Independence
dolph, his only surviving child, ona to Europe as Minister
Electoral College, \ when Mr. he gave a summary of the eminent recent visit to !'Monticello, and Plenipotentiary. been, Vice Presidents- and
lunroe was elected President of servicesdistinguished talents, they are of course unquestionable. Appointed Secretary of State' Presidents of.the United .States.
; the United States." Haying been amiable life, and Christian virtues Respectfully, your obedient to the new government. ".. One had", been ttfe -leader of
' the principal draftsman of the of his.venerated parishioner, servant H. LEE. Elected Vice President and the great Federal party in our
; Constitution of this state, when The body then:borne '
was to the from the RcJtmond E 'qlliTe1". President. country. '
;. the ,Convention, was called to burial ground, a *1 deposited in Mr. Jf FFfo;nsoNwAS: born on the And lastly, a Visitor' and Rec- 5. The other had been the lea('-
J amend i: in,1820. he was unanimously the family tomb.-Ccntinel.I 2d of April, 1743)in the county of :tor of the University. erpfthe: great i triumphant Democratic

elected their! Presiden illusion to the decease of Mr.. Albemarlc, at Sltawdell, a coun- Mn these.different offices, with party
On declining this l honor* unanimous JefiVrson, the Richmond Enquirer, try seat which ncw'belongs to his scarcely an interval'between them, 6. They both "died; on a half cen-
resolutions were passed by says ;-"The particulars of, his .grandson, within a short distance. I: have been in the public servicenow tennul anniversary of the Declaration
'. this great assembly of five hun- death have not yet reached us, of Monticello, art! within half a 61 years ; anti during 'the far of Independence.
dredselectedfrom'! !I parties, ex-, but if we may judge from the whole mile of his Riiianni mills. He greater part of the time,in foreign S 7. One died at the hour the nation
xressiv.e of their: exalted: sense of tenorof his.conduct, the whole was of c/ittrie in'the 84th year of countries in other States. ,Had commenced" the. celeba
: his, ,merits- and public- erytcel. tone of his conversation the his age. He received: the highesttionor legislative services'are worth tion! of the! day. '
:*TJ>e jirfvate character. of Presi- few last months, we are satisfied at the. (J4lege ofVm.. and mentioning, and the stamp of liberality. 8. The other died about the

tfl4.dms was perfectly pure' that,.he died with all. the eqaa in-' ''Mary; and studied the law underth'celehitl !**!'equality: which was hour at which. the celebration,; -.
u.nsull1etl, and, ,unstAined. 2. here ,
ity 'ofa concluded. '
,6eorg'Vythr.late '
sage. "Acquie nctriaid .
to be
; necessary our
.. -wLs no/1i _Chrlitain:, .or, moral duty' ( he. .ten,days 'ago). .is 'a_ duty; JGbYnce.lWr.W Virginia. Before laws, in the nYst crisis ror our'bifih "Thougn they"hid been,political

., -, : : 'ke.did..n01.!hju baodj. ,'fuUilt'lt.lh.dlti.l' ,nrtcebes;' of- UR fatuersrW tW iUiit ,. among those we are permitted "tocontrol. w,' .tlistinguiihed"nerobt"r'oflhe will find- that-many, df the leading |hat'they both
( S : nd 4in'.w'hich ate i -pre- ." He was in the habit of yjrgjni: ;;.tegislature,:and took an' and, important laws of<*:tkai. 'day Jlecf person' iti friehas-' and that, <
.5 ce5t4> 1.9.' ', ; ; hechirdrcn ; saying to. his intimate Iriends, that active part in ,all ,.the measures' were..prepared by4 mjslf,>noS'car whatever may ba.ve ..been-. their
1: ,:;t J nation' are though he did not wish to die. dilTerenceV-i r.t''b nit ; be-
4 # ,for >.el. ynlchf they'adopted- oppositionto ried chiefly by '"my''efforts';' suj>'-' p'lini irJis t '
: ncboiedly !indebted. : 'hiving he did not fear to..die. But a few the,usurpations':'of' Great Bri 'rcdindeed, by able and,'faithful. Ueved to have": eea"'floihing.inorelo
r "J\t\ ; r.n. at* ''t!beiV, ,'lew.il. days ago he declared that if he lain., 'In, 1775, be is=teid to have' coadjutors: :' ..... .,' ;; .". -:'. tkaikaifTirWciao w.tiat would

.' eId1tOZK I .' \ ):_' S \. : could ,leave his family >unembarras&ed ,been the*'author/of tfie! protest. againu 'lT6e: ... i hi5i ron l.t 1i rut h1f: 'm'6flki t Iii,pi t '.il eiDtc. 1t Sorib
:f{ ,t' Adams 'was"serene and if h? could see the.U: .:the .'pro JS fbiitions: .': of Lord ,tfm'poVlalib i "P;Bfsfc -wW "' 4watibe i .it r ;'r "l-i -
e.nd"'rAtlqPil.; .* AoHfie.: an.- ".Con-. niversiiy fairly under wayynevwas i .North il' .He jWss lubsfcJUebtlytranferred ) .of ihese::raeaYurer in ilmel **1 j (' d.i 1 1 1Kl t jj :'died;
: ciout.Xf: haTto'ig'rperfuTmed his ready lo depart. WunczDcinirtit*, to,the'General Congressat1 'This was 'followrd byiheabo bl'thld tA'" : h..1"at.Jr; 'VAIth!YhouJd
duty,1atd 'of 4JJilTe-ell'speht, .andderotrd omfftCfWas favoriteJquotatjon.' : if where' he: ,' ..t. \:" It;
S : Philadelphia distlf: litibn-ofr ht*ttstwbirhlrrok '' ,y Jr, fW ify.'t'ars'IQa'
f :to-his cbuntTy,.,.the, blasts! .We have no.doubt,that;hi* .. of.-calumn: t Wclpafiailecl! : his\ e. passion'was strong in death.,1'' It'': these\qbalififciti 'i- which, by ncuttjljtinp Ju ,'Jej;"Grr."[;., 'tt\s. \: greatlyerc
dining ycari.uerrOi4iedthes'e.i ; wU'lcar.ctty.teo'da% ago when"'he )QS 'nb;other'evidence.could be .immrnse masses. .ofprorjert" tiri.;;. ,:. _: dt
;. ';.S .5. realty'.ofiis. mind;.'( He *;regardedtbpm breathed ,the,:most fervent\\tUhcs' ': 4utrt1iin tbe. Iinp&rishatikDbc11thet.wlik&dclared l : .in' singlelinesorfmlly' Iiad'divt.: ; a:: .Jq ,fA.. Id" n t _111'b
:: as ljt.tleus the S Iroabled. .elemeatti for the s\1ccesscrthe; political pHn'.'1 : us"fr/e: ,' tied, our*c "ttr.TDt lw\Faiti|, t \:ft :-,: lI F ri I' .
: : .... for'he ine r 'that'It'k. them.ciplis to.which lie:wa io.i'erTently._ :> & Jndepcudtfnt Statfa.I. .' orders or nobles and plebtrahs'. ; to'suftlY"."; *..7 J'"&44, ; ":'l-i, .
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I I That the lD. n. M. Brackenridge on, at eoiue; length n-l. ram d"\1' '
ths Phitatx Muu'" GtZ: Ut. Jcwvw. destroy the Buenos> Ayres ,squadron .- ,NOTICE.
From contradiction in thedifferent be lequesjed by the Mayor- portion the Oration, _that was. listened j hazards .
at'aJI The U. S. "
The apparent with: i interest ship : otSu"t'lr- .
the ,
character peculiar T
deliver an eulogy on the lives and to. : by, ivlacc; : : 7
the .
tb .
_its p act A glUing but Cyane;sailed the list,of April Tor : .- 14 "!R
deserred e
of the deceased, on.some convenient well : l j m ***y ** ***: ? ** *' :
hour at which the ,Declaration ofindependence iday, which due and timely :notice'shall: was pronounced upon our 'delegate SbIVltIn.Vlhose'Rniecl ; }U I officers.' and crew .tit)U! well. I obviate: 1 the risk and delay iacMant; .. ,

was adopted: and; at i be given. S hare indeed; e "'V.'r. S'ieetajpr.aChill ggU'to.the: return of the Bank.Korea.;r;
easily That thecitizensbe requested of the most important character and antfSa from-this departraenV not,'receivable, -
which it was promulgated can Redoly id.,.4Vrt8.--A.let- the, .
to close their stores and abstain from aotbe toes highly appreciated. by 'biscoiistituents. Treasury of UK:United States. ,m'pay
It adopted I received
was ter was at the
be reconciled. .business on that day. [ Exchange inept fbr_ Patent Rights, all persons dei
by Congress between the hours of their ordinary J. Jerrison. I At one o'clock a National .Salute was ,by the Midas, written in Valpa-. roar of taking,put I'ateut'are requestedto <<

twelve and' one, in Independence fired by .the United States; Military j raisp, 'the 19th of April which. transmit with their application, sudr _

Hall it was.arstpabout bJicl y read to Chairman. and at .4. o'clocka-large: party ofgentJC-- aiYs.---It i I,rcP-orted"and *eneral. Notes or" Drafts as they may-knaw or be'advised .
; D. C. Pinkham. men partook of an excellent dinnerpre- will be availableat l theTreasury.-
the people 5 o'clock in the ly believed, that the Chili squa July 15.-Zl-I0t.
pared in good style bv Capt./Livmgston 4
afternoon In the State House Secretary; communicated the remit of at which his Hon. Judge'SXITB prcStfed, .rrouhad bren sold to the Buenos GCjPubUshers of the laws of the United-: "
Yard. the meeting Mayor to Judge! Brackenridge, and assisted by Major Pu]ICE, of the ..Army :Ayriejin! Government, The cjrciara States will I insert this" notice- .in_ tbeir'pa.. :

Its author lived fifty years after : Saturday the.19th vfJlitgvtl was fixed upona and by Dr. Simmons' .,. j stances of the squadronV fir- persten-times. ": r.".

its adoption : its advocate lived fit- 1 the time when the eulogy will be _t. '.*;,. -W ingta. :.salute to-dapl and the. AdrniraPs Stone and Timber Wanted.'
delivered. To take place at the Court ... a singular coin erlc'!. s flag\ with : \
that of
1YTcars after its promulgation. Axes also di ed .un the fourtS .- together ;he VarySEALED+ fnt'' oJfc 1. ,
o'ciocl .11.
House. at 12 .
*- ; i '. .. .. ; ..t. ..!t.,0tl. : National,, having been hauled aacoluAvj't.-1,1816v '.5 t
From the Savannah Republican.Of "know rWe of a : / liQwit :\1i! smdlie( it 'is 4liitt g ltit : Proposals'[1 wHr'be received .
no. at '
The last maifrom Chipola brought- cqq; ;
of the :office; until 15th.' *
the fifty-six signers the following communication from .Mr., son fur the exclusionof _;fifciJrt-; confirms.the7aci'Th'eyrre: ) t' .:her nextfor thesa pplyfb* ,'

Declaration of Independence only! Stone,in answer to the charge of Plagiarism : countryomen from tjie, previlege'of l fitted out with all po..ibledis.. to buikl a wharf ttaxiag at the N'iiy''materials .
aUrTivcol-and that cne is exhibited him in the article > Bait. '
one now against showing their & patch.- Patriot. Yard, viz" ,
Charles Carroll: of Carrolton, who which we extracted from the.East Florida fur the respect then sympathy 'Buenos Ayrean papers to the 2d 103,025 Cubic feel of timber of the heart ;

V.o\v resides! in the State of Maryland Herald and published twice in this pa great .who yieldedup of'May have been received at 'Boston of'yeltevrpine, to square 14 inches cjidjrom '
per. It is hard that the literary character their mighty spirits on the day el to 45 feet in kng .\.
and ia in the ninety.fourihyear Don
Manuel Moreno
I of Mr, Stone should suffer from the foolishness of the National Jibilee, by adoPting had been 5,852 Perches of Sttne, tidtablfor theconstruction

of his a a e. .. and impertinence of another, who the badge of mourning which appointed Minister Plenipotentiary of a titbstantial and. dura kwlUlrf.

chose, in his absence, to sign his name, to has been recommended to their to the Uoited States, EC Mr. Sa- _

a stolen article ; however applicable it ,r:1fea.Charge d'Afiaires of the Government The timber is to be free from all defects -
< ( fellow-citizens *f the sex '
1Pm! & D)1b&a other
might !have been to the occa'ion. Mr. < of Buenos Ayrei in Lon particularly wind shakes, large

Stone informs us that he,is not guilty of We imagine the crape could be so don had been knots and sap j to,be nicely and,exa Uy..
FRIDAY AUGUST 11, 1826. suppressing our paper of 3d June, and arranged on flit sleeve or some promoted to the dignity hewed and out of.wind. ,

...... what we have received by last-mail from other part of a lady's dress, as to of Minister Plenipotentiary at The stone U to, be of the best .quality:

Verite tanafieur.Jefferton the friend who complained of him tou, excellent effect the the same court-Don Manuel J. that can be procured .in this section of
induces us to hope that he has not been as produce an to Garcia had declined accepting the country,and to be delivered of a size and '

criminal as we before supposed him to be. eye of taste ; and: we cannot doubt shape most convenient and desirabla'for
U .JJamt.-The papers lately received Chi ola. July 27th 1826. that the ladies generally would rejoice appointment Minister Plenipotentiary the purposes far which it is"t ntendtd.All .
with I
filled interesting
being these lamented patriarchs the DEAlt Sin-On the morning of the 14th in having an opportunity to the Congress of Panama the above articles are to be deliver*
concerning instant friend Col. Jos. Russ, referred which had been offered to ed at the :.Yard ''
tenth part of which we cannot publish ; my to show thin outward evidence of Navy. ; Pensacola.. As it U,
me to of! 3d June to find the I him. '
your paper -- York: Stat 'man.Sfanib contemplated to commence the workOI!
\ve have devoted tlie m :tf Iml" Da er, \rdould sincerity of feeling
.an ;
ctu! r rc of plagiarism contained}in that a I Flcct- Howland the lit of October next, a portion of the
to this subject, dear to the heart of Capt. ,
every in which) 1 bare tb.e subjccf.yJrnl.. timber and '
pcr-5g3UStni& ; reply to on stone witt be .reqnfred oat
true American. The following testimonials '* ort.i.t brig Tunce: Eaw"arddfi Ss.-
of respect for the of the deceased only to ohsCI ve that the gentleman; who The Hon. Mr. .(\DABS, died ) = or before that day 'TI1.e' ,materials will
memory the notice of Mrs. Sis t urday week off Key West, passeda be subject to the usual l ,
have been paid}' the Hoard of Aldermen wrote obituary -- with) his imprea ions lively to the inspection at the
and citizens of Pensacola. at this time absent from the Territory last hour of life. About ten da'spreviously Spanish fleet often sail bound to Yard,und pa};ment'vtll be made for them.
and I cannotsay whether he is guilty or I Havana.-Idem. : only! as they are delivered.

Board of Aldermen. not guilty, but from every circumstance I to the Jubilee, the Committee .. .. .-- ,. ,- ,_. Bond, with ample and approved SccuV
City of'fensacola Sift .ft/gust 1W2G. moot 0up).a.. I.:.", to h*. piiilty. of the Arrangements io 9tudC1addres5fd rity, will bere_ eWe are requested tlntrtheRev.
to state,
'* have heard with: charge alleged against me in the notice _'' faithful execution.
'Vher s. we profound a Dote to bi \ i'ile .ting .. Mr. 5UwuAcr' "'It( preach! a'sermon, ofthe xwtrcta. -
of the death of .Toiiv ADAMS d For my part, 1 can safely plead the general '
grief; his tamucl1t.
the in the Overton
ant company on tt caston.An ., English language, at the Catholic ,
THOMAS JErFE SOr, ex-Presidents of issue ; us it was'generally understood
answer was sent in wiling Church, at half past nine o'clock on Sunday J'Hn'y .Il a :. .
United States, and two of the' only three by my friends and relatives that this gentleman $ ;
did write -and he replied besides (to the morning next.jth The Mobile Commercial Register is: requested -
surviving Signers of our Declaration of that notice, during "my .
Independence : the burst of lamentation absence to Alabama, and were he here I Committee I shall not be pre to !itself the above 'till 15t\!

uttered from every Department of the do not think that he would suffer myMameTto sent in body, but in spirit J shall mv office.Sept. and forward. his account t* this .

great political Household ot which they be called in question about it, 23--7t.Committed .
be with you. The signature to .
were members, sufficiently attests the and whether it be original or not there ,
magnitude of their value and of our could not be one written more suitableto the answer is the ,last fe; ever ] ,. r Ulf Or t'IvtlStlCUltk \. to 3aVYON <

loss : the Happiness of bur country was that occasion. wrote, _and is said to be cleartrp the 23d July, ult. a negro man ;

their best and most appropriate reward I am sir, with high respect, from blemishes; than any he has : I EREI). calls !huqself .. .

and forms their highest Eulogium now, Your obedient servant, made for several years. Ou the August 7.- Sloop BarissS) Wilson

that Providence who kindly gave them to L. i\1. Stone. fullowing Saturday he rode in New Oi'l ans. Ar W ,
the nation has left 111 only the a CLEARED.Schr. t .
coach for short distance. 'On .
mournful pleasure ofreeping at their a .
Graves.There: I We'are authorised and requested to announce the morning of the Jubilee, he 4.- Thorn, Maura, New five feet, four and a half sncIte9 .

would seem to hav / been but AIIAM Guwwox Esquire as a candidate i awoke at the ringing of the Inllsand Orleans, with 9000 bricks by J.I high, black complcctioa .& with

one way in which he could have blessed i for a seat in the next Legislative I the of I Noriega. SAILED. : large:. features ; no .other indenfyingmarks -
firing cannon the wmf them in death, as they were blessed in i Council, as a Representative from the ; 4. -Schr. Ross : ; he. says that he is about .
Eastern District of this servant who watched with hun Angelina, .
their Lives-above ail other men ; and i Marks. twenty-one years old and belongsto Mr. '

ii this particular has he blessed them. : We are authorised and requested by said, do you know, Sir, what day I I Abijali Ward, who lives' on Limestone .:

They both lived to see the Sun rise upon : the frienJs of Col. Joux JJF. LA ItL A. to it is ? 0 yes !1" he replied, "it 7.-Schr.' rie d.hip, Foster, Creek about four miles above Claiborne '

the Fiftieth Anniversary: of our Independence state, tl1&lhe will serve,as member of the is the glorious 4th of July-God Mobile Point. Alabama. "

but neither lived to see that sun next Legislative Council, if elected. bless it-God bless you all,'" 10.-U. S. Revenue Cutter Pti- F. S. Chapman, :

hO down."hen the warrior falls, his We are authorised and bski! Lt.
requested to Cum't. -
1 n the forenoon the orator of on a F. Comm ns
country utters a.sigh: to bismemory History I '
; ; announce, DAVID C. PINKMAM Esq as a cruize to
perhaps telhs the tale of his Services candidate for a seat in lie next Legislative the day: :Mr. Whitney called. tan. u touch at Tampa Bay and City Comta 6k,.

but his power dies with him. Tlie"power Council, as a Representative from see him with a cler Yth They I Key Wcst._ : Pensacola, 3d August 1825-23-tf.
I if Jefferson ami Adams was the power of; ibc Eastern,District of this County. found himseattd in.a J armchair ARRIVED. .
wisdom and philosophy and must live Mn. IJuNT.-Ohsen.ingby your last paper -and Mr. Whitnef hr 10.--U.. 5 ScSir. hark. rom Yl ox i\\\\ Ln'lgene' y.

throughout ure,taken from all us times, we: ;cannot\\lesuch but mourn men that my name has been announced as j ,course of the interview asked him O. Norris, from a cruize.- jfn vffrctfvrthepurchatt and da'e.of la1JJ.l,

a Candidate for member of the Legislative { Norfolk ;* opened Tallahassee, the'Seat Government
tliat"it is appointed for all men once to Council I for a sentiment to be delivered atsthe July 20.Arrived U. S. of
beg thro the 5ame medium Florida.
die." Schr. Fox 10 days: from Havana. of _
table in the afternoon. He ,
to present ray thanks to those Biene is known that the rich lands of FIo- '
Therefore be it Resolved, that thmembers \vhobestoued that mark said I will! New York July 13. Cleared 2T
of this Hoard the of their confidence give you "Indftcn- :&.are well adapted to the cultureof
wear crape on on me. My business however dence after few Brig Ariel, Gage Pensacola.! those SUGAR
left arm, as a testimony of respect for the oret -- a moments great staples CANE JLTSO ;
deceased, for the period of thirty days. oblige me to decline being considereda had elapsed: a lady present i "' SEA IstAKB COTTOST. Th+,t Gentlemen
candidate as it will be out of wha visit this .
Jy order of the Board, to attend to the duties of the situation.my power asked him if he wished to add anything .. ]!\\j your Tox.es \ settlement country, ,labor witli:a under view to pernianent _

Gco. 11. ..:\. Hickctts.Secretary.. Very Respectfully, to the toast, and he said not milE undersigned!;! i is now prepared oil disadvantages"in the purchase. or location many ,

J. Noriega.Pcnsacola % syllable. This was delivered a receive at his office, the Tenitotiand : of lands, which it is believed might be -

S. Tribute of Kespect. 9th August, 1826.COMMUNICATION.. within an hour of his dissolutionin County taxes, as per assessment nwideby obviated by this Office _
the Mr.C. Evans,receiver of tax returns for It is the intention of tile undersignedlobe
Pursuant to public notice, a large --- --=-- 't:: I >e' evening. the present "(3r.nd also (as the law information
prepared special
number of the Citizens Late in the afternoon he
respectable appeared require) the arrears Poll-tax for
qfthe relative to the quality' and extent of the
of Pensacola, asssenibied at the CourtHouse to be a little and he. the 1824.5,
% uneasy, years makingfor the two most valuable lands, which may be offered
on Saturday ust 4th to adopt Mn. EDTTOJI "':-Sir, will you please i inforixtlie requested to be turned in his bee, years, the sum of fifty cents upon each forsale by the Government or by in-

measures testifying their respect fur the .public why it is, that (iovernorI)4ivaHiu j wi ich was done-after which lime free male of twcn* r.ne years'of age, anda divtduah. Books will be oPrntdfortlte
memory not yet issued: hw proclamation, like sum upon all slaves above the age registering of all estates which be ...
; John Jerrison &quire, announcing tiN division of he gradually sunk away and his of 17 and may
our county, not exceeding 50)'eAf!. As the committed to the charge of said office, *
/ Mayor cf the City, was called to the the places election &c. &e, and why "it spirit departed with the setting amounts together: are very small, and the with drafts and descriptions-special examinations '

char+and David C. Fiukham appointedSecretary. is that this information has been juivatrfctrnishccl Iy sun.-Boston E. Ga='Ur. first that bas Leer called for since the will be made in all cases if ..

to two or tree individuals in A short biographical sketch of change of government, it is expectedthey deemed necessary.
Upon motion of N. II. Allen Esq.: a this place a month ago who are availing will be paid in without '
d Said
the late Mr. ADAMS'copied into deity ; anljithout'co office will be prepared (o attend '
committee, consisting of Sylvester Bill!I, themselves of this '
private information, \ ,t or trouble.Wm.. to all business to the perfect completionor"adjustmertcifLaadClaima
Henry Wilson, John Jerrison, Robert while the public are kept in ignorance.Those }-ester'ay's Courier < .from' the Davison .' To all business

Mitchell, William Sebree and Timothy things ought and shall be investigated Essex Register, and vhich is attributed appertaining 'to the Donation- -
,. or
Twitehell Sh'Jf. K County.
retired l, and ksquireewasappriinted in -a short time reported; who the robbed; of the the people advantages are not of thus of t*> thegreatest be to the. pen of Jud:e STO- T'enaenla: AniTiKt 8th. 1826-23- tPre-cmption Laws, passed by the Congress -

one RY. is incorrect, as wciiireTCJnindred r of the United States, for the bene
and resolutions
preamble ', privileges which has yet been Kevofaticnui :.' 'Jetre.rSU1Lotter1. tit of the early scttlm of I:'1o ides--and to
which were unanimously optedl granted to them, a .. j l'.atriotj j in
The Citizens of Pensacola, in To"n.meeti"J I A 4UUSC rlbcr. one particular is ..siattd .lh A t MANAGERS.JOHN" every Central description of business:relating to a
assembled have received with *' : IHlOCKENimoUGH Jjand 'genc!!. Maps. of the
; the ,
of ,.A.sihJGTOl
on death
AVe can for the Public Lands, which offered
the most heartfelt sorrow, the melancholy I present, sav that PHILIP NICHOLAS, were in'May
we have addressed Mr. ADAMS was elected his i 1825, and of those '
intelligence of the death of beloved a letter to his E. cd.] suce RICHAKD ANDEUSON lately advertised fur
and venerated fellow>citizui: John Adams Icncythe (;c'ernor and trust that by tl h ces or.'" Now the fact is,' that. I I SCSCHEME. sale by the Government, can' at all. times .
next mail l from Tallahassee shall be I be procured. .
and Thomas Jefferson. Thesages sc we although our deceased Patriot'Vas Prize
aiul enabled to give i a more satisfactory: answer I ESTJ.TE.S7.1OOO Letters (post! paid) ,addressed to n!-
of the Revolution
patriarchs the of
successor WASHINGTON in i "the Sinn
to the above. Editor Pen. Ga'zette. 11 ,000 chard C. Allen & Co.'Tallahassee, Florida
departed this life,-within a few hour of the Presidential 1 the .ALII E.HAniK Il -
ir. .yet the I ESTATE ,5 W will be attended to. *
,each other, on the 4lh of July, the fiftieth. ---- utettt Q aect'tc --- I, .
latter was spared to his country K chard t). Alien &TCo.' .
Anniversary American Independence d, From the East Florida I 3 Prizes, ...
and at a moment ,when they were receiving Fourth of JtffyOn Tuesday ffentM: July last 11.hey for some years after the,expiration 11,477 Blanks, ;gl 12,500 Tallahassee; 26th June', 18262Q.laro6ni.AN S'

the grateful ottering of twelve ing the 50th annivcraity of American I of his second Presidential term ; The prizes will! be conveyed to the forj j

millions or ircemen. One of them w:1.3 dependence the citizens this place assembled nand heir the commission of Lieutenant tunate holders of tickets drawing the, m. ORDINANCE! .

distinguished as the Draftsman, and the, at St. Francis Barracks at,,l General of the rpiiea of subject only to the conditions mentionedin To autAt'fyf ,tlz1.i/ingiif. .
ethervus: amongst the most zealous aetlicient nd tile Certificate 'Dog* _
there formed subjoined valuation.
a procession<<1 oreced- the Umfrd Stairs it ordained the
under the administration by Board
JJR of-Mermen *
advocates, of the Declaration of It is ,.<
eel b)the United States troops mandiedto contemplated that, Lottery will of the
our Independence. Both or'them signed the Catholic Church,* where the :: ; President ADAMS, be drawn the latter end of October, andit which Ci1ftfPcaacQa;.That''every ,
lut! venerable instrument, and after propriate ceremonies apj, of which he was a decided friend. j i is hoped, that in the mean time all the dog rues Y be found rutuirag at'l large'
alter fiHh
were {
having enjoyed jhe choicest honors in I in honor of the day performed and supporter.-Chat. Courier. tickets. will be purchased lip', be the day of. August .J exj dull .v,. "
the gilt of a tree and enlightened people) After the service of Mass by the Re v. --. ,, '- J.8.'YATES. > .I entd of the.lfa n- with'fireariiis destroyed, :and. 'bther'rioiibn any manner'thanfnux tempt *.
they lived to see their brightest bopesand Mr.: A. M ,IN .rRE. J ;
MeCarthy, the
Declaration agert.
of In -
NORFOLK 8. vomica,) -ihd the constables lof sukl City
most sanguine; expectations realized, dependence read Richmond, Va.July 81826. .
was John
by the firm establishment, for 1alf a century Esq. in a style 'of impressiveness by Rodman and, ..rti'aval.The U. S. Ship Hornet, The tickets are charged at the Scheme shan 'be 'and ,they are hereby' ehargcd,

,of institutions of which they were, energy that allowed! .a thorough cover Capi. Wocdhousc, was spoken, going Price of glO which, although a few_tea\tlexceeding.the with the dnty of:carrying'this.onlioancc
A into fleet.
the founders, awl which .constituted the tion of the force and merits of that mani- into hvana 24tl .ult. ,_. price necc ry toy.eijum! 1''rovl(1eeJ.xlnlfeve4. dog
glory ami happiness of thr.r Yellow,citi: hfvingabrusor copper;collar, (atItast J
the Iirst.vaIHatlo.i
festo'anci. of theKtatesyet from: .
t.itnp rtcdtothereadin The U.
pens. The death of individuals so flistngui&hetl an ft', S.- SaiprLexington, Cap!. the bove' xpUnation f lla near g 12,000 one Inchad a'baf- trade)'TOUDd his neck *

: for talents, virtues, honors An unusual.ucgree Oration ''WU then of delivered interest .ndetfcc t.. Shubrick, .vas ..i J-:; s/pcTrt 25th: short of the actual value of the. ) Tviih'the lume' 0T !nsvbwfl!Pj j pribcd 1
by pl\ I
and public services: unnut but be viewed Putnam; Esq. UcnjaninK ul:. to sail for the .. qjC :ottabr A- 5d vilf reniler( i it1. dave-what i fn ore;ndvan y'thereon, shall be left:uranolestei "*-' ;

asjuiaiHrelive p bereavement, and .it i:i We:have rarefy .witnessed* finer display dor next day. w << 1'r tugeouftto. the heirs of Mr.Jeflerson. I I 2.' Be it.ltU"t/uJorJ:inttl, That the aid ,|

rendered peculiarly impressive by the sin of graceful,elocution and:impressivepublic ',An |lcorHtte"" -; Julv.l' r i couaUble4-vrHu"" > ;-otliat person-or per-. ,.-w.St"
'ShipJ'supposeu"the '
with! which ita.at. '! :: soiis trh0. ,irta11fi11 dog or 4c s, ac- r
gulur coincidence, speaking, tharf was,,exhibited .rTh'il (The certifies}es an expknations are any" /
tended. are now gallirred, _unto on AtJams,. Capt.. omitted this Cording'tDthe f'oJ'tromg'Ied oa? -this
They this occasion,the effect of hich was'not week for{he'f!!profTh'c room.)
their fahet?, fad. tlje fcrave'"twi:.closed! a'little' I heightened by':Uxe: youthful "ap i- Wilkinson{ war p a' stcT. r w '22d... otf subscriber will forward orders accompanied Ordinance! shall be_
upon :'thtjr .rnorUletpaiiM I but. 'tncir pearance, of the Orutdr. The Orationtfirqugbout Key Sal.--Bledcon.t: with cash,, fur tickets. fn. the of fiwiy ctatsfor' eyerI'.o

r fame,,as luamutrieji/ ice,J""i s, 'liila"* was enriched by, noble and -,T. /:; above Lottery. .-: : killed. Provided* said ",og'r dcfff. be_. ;j
throp$;f'aiijfiuii-jOif,l a>:rji.e4'* man- patcsotiCzentiments and W" Hasell Hnnt. carried to, and bur d HI,. suchthe p s
by of> F '
passages The bit ht Lincoln trliich arriir. Ibyor direct.. Pmxdc3 also
ntetd'ntlie1ic: I 9f.jfj\lf'.r.lulQtrVUell". } r UJawing oquence.11Jose in v ; J : may

more. 1,, '' t t..>store A' i' ,, ,br} svrt.. >,t. -.urb. .,"..fi1C i in idi.he *iruKfflciM>f Greece particular and the;i e&YcsterdY"aailed From' Mootev, A. .lUquest.IF ." that be said' dogs de soy kilied** 'aforcedhot 4l'

s ar:t IBO 9 1./,oear"D..1aK'OW'. +rtamenfriu4aoa fae of Spain were alluded dco on the CA sTh o m ; to.ppe.&o: ._BOO
.4T"-- Jto, were'de" .J1'lh..M:11.: I- any Gentlemati.htisali..rirlt: Volumeof resident of oJi. : ''. .'.
J nF 'p'4: tit nrered with u force arid effect llwtjcomumcatcd : nip mat:; informs._Vlurt the Brazilian"squadron TJile8 '' ,
'gLichy is .
ZGt> .
d nee.' aaaJ wi.o f ; .! n Teeklyjlegister. ,PasSed... l Jdl",1828.E: :... .. .' .
."".f, t.uijraallrli the enthusiasm '-I
the "
_"" ; of Orator nls he ,rJ '
: had reiuforccrf b own. property, confer a ; """ ..
.a.pte;4-l' ",it'' tit"rJ." a'0""''ul'tI JJ .''to,'Jlhe ,brea t, ,of everfJiuditoV% TJiepTcscnt" ben I favor by"leaving P *\ urthtrPeniacoljit.l. will : ......... ,>;... ..".f.!.41 U'J" i ....t i.-. '- ,;.
Latltersol two frigates"-f om Hm' Janeiro .. __. \.. e .. ...
OtI1lDllllI t ,
., .... condition, fuut. rmsfortune9 aml & voi iebeing. G R.- .au..C ke.t "
: =
; ri.: J .7' "'x -th : wanted I.-a.:,. .. .
n wiij--W_" .!U4.'car we ui ual ".future .prpapects of..Florida, acre durelt 'and a new .Admiral} Had. sites thr! tocom pletd..a.:iet..,th -.j.er1.. .me! of ';, ,,:' -u';., ;. ,-I' .'.._ "". '
of .Acnvr4.Jobn7t ., : 1I" < '
gf J."G& T' and. r : .
I comm -.The"iuadron sailed
.. .
: "l : Wbichtiai'c. .. ftJJridffQi""Iwe.: -, roT. .atJJ2S..
wmi .ua. fr.s"r .. "I ;' ''''It'tv, : Trustees -. .- .. _.
: "he of the CathoTia.p ; "c -' > -
.. Church I on thel5th'r1ths 'u.: "JPf -
r '' '- ''' ''# jvas.aaid, po>-. II' ie11; 'Hunt Tb'
Ilesif -.. ,: J'cniacolaarc requested: to 9Dtiu tt bi : I. .... "U4. '. : : : ; t' : .
i.ithe drderafronj&,.Empf'r"- Prti crta .9n&'U'I: : .. \ ,
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n l !_ } NOTICE. By the President of the Uniedt PROPOSALS Frmtheat' I Y.rb.. iim''sad Ali
Ftoanu Jail 1 1826. S : T the r 'Qaasue:
Testamentary,oo States."iKpartwace For pdlWalnj-'m'tAc'city. Mdle: '
WILL reeeire proposal till the 31st I _
,a I I.t.of Pities L.oscio PBJSTO dteesied .o: ;
t>#*ensuing, famish the troops luL; the subscriber I of Law, .I, Jour QunrctIADAW A HEW,APBBTO BE ENTITLEDTHE .. e :UUa.. .
: nbeeacranted to by '
,I of+ the United States, Amy, that are or ,President of the United States SPIRIT OF 6' it now e." anise
'the*County-Court of Esc abia County, ". XeN iOfk we ..
XBav.be stationed at Cantonment Brooke of and d "
t ; ail. said America do hereby proclaim I ': Mirct
with fresh beef from ,theist day of Jamiarr -' :,estate perionaltaving are demand to against the same ,that a Public site will be held at By Godwin B. I ottee. the pobUc, and tMmple e1icoUJ'lp.tnt!

1827, to include the 31st day of December immediately requested, and those present indebted are desired t he Land Office at Tallahassee, in West RT i.customary, on offering to the pub it has met with daring that pet od,de
1827. to make Florida, on'the third Monday in January, '--I.I tic proposals for a new'paper, for the mands, not merely '0>> warmest for
The beef will be..requited to be delivered payment to 1827, for the disposal of,the Lands situ editor to something or the line of conduct ledgements, l but out uu&ost ndeaton to
to the troops,in two days in each Hy. Michelet, ate in the District*>Lands offered for be intends to pursue, and of the render it still mote worthy of the patron. -

week(the days to be designated) in such rectasr.Pensacola .salt atTallaba&ee, and in the townships principles on which his paper shall be age which has been so CbenHy bed wed
shall be for their June 16tb 1126 fit.Selling conducted ''bact i d Is it. It has ever been
quantity as required rations -16- hereafter designated, vi zFractional ; but so every upon our wWa to
on each day. And I deem it necessary townships No 1 and 3* proposition oldie kind,that we are fear avoid the too coramoaperiodical practice of.c.

to apprise those who may choose to- off Ctaag \ north of Range No. 2, west, | | Ailve shall all into the very errors we journals ron, actx> ips by
offer to contract for the supply, that the 'Fractional township No.2, north ofe wish to avoid, and so diffident in our abilities abundant promises,which are never kept

:beef win be required to be of the besfhich FTtHE' Subscriber, having determined Range No.2,west, 1 X 5Fraetional VO I that should we even present somem and whatever the defects cf the"JIirior,
'% the market can afford,and particaiar JL to bring his business to a temporary \ townships No. 2 and 3 l I thing novel, we might fait in ay have been, we trust,that its merits

attention must be bad to the butcher close/will sell offs at reduced prices, for north of Range No.3, west, otiG i attention of that public whose support. we have been* at least, ,eqsjftl to its prettisioni. .
Ing thereof** a rigid; inspection'of it willalways Ch af'tipprvved paper, his present stock Fractional townships No. 2 and 3 i solicit.The. We 'can boldly assert, that w

be made. I .--consisting of norttf D!"Range No.4,. west, J: duties of an editor ate multifarious have at no time spared any effort or ex
1 Persons offering. to contact, will make 'Fine & sup. blue and bl'k broadcloths, .F ractiogt1 .nihipNo.2Dorth of .11 U and perplexing, and it.may be 'posinbl e pease,within our power, to give interest
their proposal in writing, ,sealed and directed Blue. ,bl'k.mixed and ribbed drab casi :Bnge: No.Ftactiotrat 5, west, -5-5 i that .exertions will not please everyone to these columns s and from, the pitto'
to roe 'at this place, stating the metes townshiptfo.,north of ,CI ; but this we assure our subscribers, nap it has received have reason lob c
Ate per round,In a single bid for which Tartan & Caroline plaids, bombaxettes, Range No. 5, west 8 0 I our talent shall not be buried under the line that our endeavors have not bee*

they and they shall be informed Yalentia, toilinette and Marseilles vest- Fractronaltewnshrps No.-2 and 3., M ground. wholly unsuccessful,even when.cur lite*
of the acceptance of-their propo- ings assorted, north of Range $o. 6, west, W The colmmns of, the Spirit /'76 steal nary resources have been most limited.
.gals,either by letter from, or on personal Bl'k senshaws, sannetts, figufd bl'k Including the County adjacent to the I be devoted to general and Uilwhich" first number of the next rolum"
Application to, meal Cantonment Brooke, silks, town oCQuinc literature ; to the agricultural interests will be issued on the twentr-niJ1

on the day above montione White satin, green florence, Also, townships No. 3, 4. and 5, north the State, and to information on all such day of July,.will receive an entirely DeW

John Page, Lt.tfndJttt. Bl'k and colored canton crapes, plain of.RazIges9,10,11.12,13 and 14 west, subjects as may conduce to the benefit of and beautiful dress, and,frofci theiDCrpa.

...Com. of Subrittcnce and figured, including the ChipoU country, and part the planter,' the merchant and the me ed extent of bur correspondence and fee *
NOTE- proposals: will benae'nred Women's worsted coloured&,silk hose, of the Uolmes' Creeksettlement chanic. On the part of politics,we may various means we have recently received

.after the 31iit'tsf October, 1836. Coloured braces, Men's beaver gloves, Also, fractional sectons No. 2,3, 7, & not point at particular men, but on uch for supplying these columns with original
18-18t. I Women's white and coloured kid do. 10, 11,14, 15, 11, 18, tl, 22, 23, ZT, 28, measures as shall be adopted through matter, we trust ttie intrinsic value this
.- Dress and furniture prints, Ginghams, 2>30 and 31, in fractional townships No. their influence, if contrary to the will or journal will not be less improved than its

.. 0;ceofthe Com. Gm ofSubtittfao e Coloaredambricks, Dimity 12, north of Rang 4, eist;. and fractional opposed to the good of the people, we external'appeat .nce.

iruhuttontJulyltl&26: d Plain .and figured book muslins, I sections No. 23, 24, 25., 26, 3.S and 36, in shall freely animadvert. We ShaD always The great increase, of population, and
t C EPM ATE Proposals wilt be receive Collaretts, ,fractional township No.3, north of Range keep a steady eye upon the proceedings the equally rapid advancement of literary
.O at,tars office until the first Jay of October Cambric.add 'mull do. .insertions, ;4 east, all of which fractional sections are of the-General Government and of its offi taste'and pursuits in our country, give

next, for the delivery of provisions White tulle, plush, striped muslins, bounded by the.Lake Hickasukie. II cers. Mf either err, we shall not Tail ,to room for the support of variety of other

!for the use.of the troops of the .United Gingham robes, Bolivar-atripe., The sale tacpmxnenc* with the lowest ,point out their errors.to the people 4 ACT !journals, besides the common,gazettes of
? State;,to,be delivered in bulk, upon inspection 'fiahgiip.cord, bl'k silk,velret, number of section, township.and Range, ''in our comments will we be intimidated the day.Well conducted quarterly and

as follows: Brown'holland, yellow.nankeen, and to proceed in thecaier designated!u by the threats of any man. or party.. 'We monthly magazines are the_ proper receptaclei .
rJltPtna-c6I Irish-linens .in demi.pieces,long lawn, this Pr chunation. J *!: shall pursue an unvaried aha consistent t for detailed revtwsscientifac dissertations -
J 600 barrels Pork Linen cambrics threads assorted, The lands reserved by-law for the use course ; we will support the expressedwill ,and articles of heavy and elaborate )
.1250 barrels fresh fine Flour Ribbons assorted, 'of schools,.or.for other: purposes, and the uf the people.. having! preference to !; kind ; 'we have heed, however, of
8000 gallons of good proof Whiskey Bl'k and colored Galoons fractional sections bounded by the Georgia this or that man who may be taken.up for something of a lighter character to fill

550 bushel&of good sond Beans Waist belts and buckles, flag'h'kfs. line will be excluded from sale. office, so far: only as regards his .talents the intermediate rank between .those and

8800 pounds of food hard Soap Cashmere, Gros de Naple,and gauze do Given under my hind at the City ofWashington and patriotism. the daily papers.. None can answer this

4000 pounds of good hard tallow Candle, Artificial flowers and wreaths,tapes, this 20uiday.of> May, A.D. The grand principles' on which hinge purpose better than a weekly ,pubfica-:
.with Cotton wicks ,Bl'k Ostrich feathers pearl buttons, 1826: the liberties of the people and the indislublc tion, devoted: to )literary subject_1 a s
140,bushels of good clean Salt ; Coloured flag, madras h'kfc. Cravats, '" ;% ..l hn Q. Adams.By .. union uf ibis republicM the sepa come within the cognizance oran1 penonof
'r 2250 gallons of good cider Vinegar. Linen checks, $-and 4-4 co. do. 'Plft,' rate exercise of the executive, legislativeand taste and information, and containing .
One-f urtb on the 1st 'day-of June, 1827, Domestic plaids, stripes and shirtings enta judicial departments; which, when tales.and essays: of such moderate lengthas

One.fourth. on the 1st day of October. Co. ticking,.bear duck, sheetings, Graham, ever suffered to amalgamate or be placedin I any onp, possessing.a common share of
1827. Letter paper, spelling books,. quills. Gr': Commissioner oftftCLl7 the grasp of one individual, will mark leisure, maT penase'with pleasure and

One-fourth, on the 1st day December, Scissors, pen1& pocket knives, razors General Land Office. the downfall of aU that is dear to .man, profit. Articles of this kind have. generally -
'1827. incases.Table .and tyranny & oppression will then bear occupied a considerable j portion cfthe

And.: the remainder on the .lit day ofF .knives and folks, razor straps ) Department of State 7 open and unlimited sway. These: truths I lit>a aox, but we have not, nor 'shall

.- March, 1828. *. and paste, 8th. June, 1826. S have been often told by many,and it werenot I we.at.any'time, allow them to exclude allnotice

It is understood ,that the Pork to be Needles, pins, thimbles, fishhooks and 0 entble this Department to comply! our purpose to reiterate .them, but .of such local affairs and passing .
.contracted for is to consist of an entire: lines.Spectacles. T wittrthe subjoined resolution of the I that crisis is approachi ..in -the affairs events as may properly come within our

'hog to the barrel,except feet, legs, eats, in cases, toothbrushes, House d Representatives, the several of our nationwhich imperatively demands sphere of remark. Public improvement*,
and snout, which are inadmissible Whip-hand and crosscut say file, f Claimant!to whom it refers are request attention of lover&of our politicaland in particular,shall ever claim a portion of

Should the hog be of,less weight than Gun locks, gun flints, I ed to send bither, by mail, as soon as civil rights, to prevent the republi .our regard and the drama aril!'also continue .

200 pounds;the. deficiency is to be made .Brit nja.tatanja:& tinned Iron.spoons, practicable, Schedules oftheir respectivclaims ; institutions of our country bein"gin.: jto be an object our critical obser*
:jap of good f t.side peices. No more Stock and pad. locks, cut tacks, ,exhibiting the particulars require efringed.I : _
than one head is allowed"to'a barrel of Shoe pincers and hammers, awl blades by the Resolution, as nearly as may be, i A further developement of our views : Our late humble efforts to 'encourage

pork. -The contractor may,at his option. and hafts, according to the following plan : and principles will be given in the first laudable emulation among native writers.

., exclude the hams,and make up the deficiency Screw augers, mortice chisselc, number of.The SpmVo76.Terms. j by offering prizes te the successful com
.with good side peices Wire_and-!hair sieves, frying pans, SCHEDULE.LAIR petitors in different branches of comPositioa.we -

The Candles to be made of good hard Weeding hoes, trace chains, --- The Spirit of 76 will be published on a are confident has met with ge.
tallow, with cotton wicks. Men's superior and common saddles, It n n neral approbation We intend to follow
The Pork and .5'- i_."0" :_:r. z royal sheet of good paper, and neat type, the same course in futureand
Beans, Flour, Whiskey, Fine com plated curb & snaffle .::r III, p at ten dollar annum. will shortly
'Salt d Vinegar, must be delivered in bridles, .=.'3.., :; :n":r.. s o During four per months of the it will make known conditions on which the
and barrels and the Saddle collars n = V.aooFmo:_:r .year next prizc&Are to be given.It .
strong 0
secure Soap bags, ,martingals, -- .. .=.' _--, I he issued semi-weekly,and the remainderof
and Candles in strong and secure boxes, Men's fine & low priced shoes boots, :: 'tf"I n_ the time daily.Advertisements. ha.b.een ,our object in the,selection

.fa convenient size,for.transportation.The Women's morocco and prunella shoes, it ::.g a."C Q "cr': : .... .will be inserted:.the ofsubjectfJ combine the pleasant:with
Pork Whiskey, Flour,& Vinegar, Children's shoes straw bonnets, o---o = ..::r 8. customary rates. .the useful, that uur.articles might ithtr;
/in seasoned heart of white oak barrels. Wool hats, beaver bats, castor &rorum ; c ")II"::I Mobile,June 20th 1826. be too heavy nor Uo trivial, for. the generality
000.0'' ,
the Pork in barrels full hooped. ,hats, c. _::s' ::f' "tJ otre&de8J and we hive always had
The provisions to be inspected at the Cotton.cards,. s-recmng brushes, :: -- :'t" ." o o i',,r ei ht:orlnr. -r. I regard,fhe.4aite,of our ajniatVVnd

time of delivery,and the contractor to M: Cotton bagging,.baling twine, .Amo.. .4 lovely'countrywomen. .'It i.for tbe r.: special *
liable for the expense .of inspecting, and Imp. & young h son tea, loaf sugar, en =' n ::s =- The fast tailing SchoonerSPECULATION perusal ihat.the Mirror is in a jpteatmoejure

all other expenses, until they are safe!) Madeira, Tenentte and Lisbon wines, pc.onn =toooSr. w- A! designed,,and any publication,
delivered ateuch' storehouses as may be Cognac brandy, Holland gin, oq" II'.<.... 4 r Ct is .we are eonvanced.ahioh U so conducted
designated by-the United States' Sup. chewing tobacco, common do. .4 Mt Q ,0 0 c now undergoing repairaand as to meet the
Agent n .. ::s =.' C:: __ will be ready for sea in a few days. iFor approbation of the American
The is reserved' the United Best brown Havana coffee ::r III ladies '
privilege sugar a "c." rn d charter to land many of the.first respec
'States.of increasing or diminishing the Cut nails assorted.German steel, BnoooE I freight or apply ( tability can he foundon out subscription
quantities to be delivered, one thin, on Sweet oil,lamp do.copperas, n .-oti: =' op.Olt. : .G..n Sidney Ph nix Haines. list,) is also entitled to.the.notice and encouragement

giving sixty. preyious notice Vinegar, pepper, allspice, '(4 BL E ;: ,' a: 0UI Pensacola,July.21.182212t., of the male.gart of society.
The power 11 reserved by the Commit.any Brown soap: sperm and tallowcandtcs; a C"-c." ,, "III"n_P Amon the most popular and excellent

General of Subsistence, of reducing tWmdow glass, cider in.boxes, 'a..1 Or: n 'n 0 ;Notice .. periodicals published ,in London, are
the quantities,or of dispensing with one Ganpawier, lead and shot assorted, .y:."),", :: g-n :'I c those,which, like his paper, court the
3 '
or more articles of subsistence,at all the Castings ovens, pots, spiders'and andirons ,to.+...- S-._It ==Noe L' :'? ,TC.1TJ.ON has been made to thlisakjfthc particular patronage of the ladies, and if
posts, at any time before 'entering into'.coD1nct c'D aq fi" io Z ""l : United States forth e the encouragement the females in Lon
,and this previlege is reserved, Tin and crockery
independently of that of reducing one- Northern lard.hams, ..rt n-n r It o'c" ., c viZ : rank of minezt e.the publications design*
third, on giving sixty May's notice previously Mackerel and mess elfin half barrels, '.J' ,";t-=_e' f't o D.No. 16, ptyable Benjamin ed for ,their.reMding, there can be no
to each delivery. But itis..,proba. Shad No. 1.beef,.codfish, &c. &c. &c. ::- :.:.:.us III--_ 0 Mt Morganat th<* Office of Discount \. doubt that .thefm of this have

ble that no alteration, or.reductionwill : J. Jerrison jr. ao-moo._ n -._ :..:r and Deposit,>. Orleans,dated Phi; a ,u1Ji ienc1.oI taste and liberality country do
take place previous to the contracts II = =-. 8 !Jadelphia 5th ApriUb19, 2:100. the :
I same. Jt
penac6la June'10th &.II was from this conviction
being made. 1826. r W .=.-cr-. CIII ......n. ._ l'r. No. 1619, payable to Chas. S. :i that we adopted the second title which
No advances f44 = .. Cr.: i ofr West, at do. date, 1st 1825 :
will be m&dein..any CUr : o "'1r.nOW'c -:: May, tlOO! our.work i still betty and we shall be
whatever, but payment will be made onl I i FOR ALE -:=. II",! UII .Co .;-3.:, Q U. No. 34, payable to Joseph I proud to own for.it,the name of the evpr"LA.airs' -
on evidence-being produced at this ot 'n b' 7tiaa Saul, at do. date lOdi May 1818, .10 0 LttswaiGtz "
IiDlUE !? .
ce of the delivery.and : subscriber, Executor of the last ,.....-. rrQ. ::. _'., E. No. 4716, payable to Chas.$. z"ra
inspection. -
It i.expressly understood, that at all Will and Testament of FranciscoTouard ...... 3 =..- '0": < West at do. date 2d May 1825, 5JD i Once for more we deem it necessary to

the depots and stations, the salt is to be .!Ate of Pensacola deceased, offers t -o.. ...I .ZI. rt ,-, _.'!.II W. 9749-sime, date 4th Oct. I. dew state -.the information of distant rea
for sale the .following property, belong 0 Q!iii 1824, that the Mirror is devoted,-(though
received measurement of a ilO
quarts to the by bushel. thirty-two. ing to the Estate ofthe said dcdeased: viz \, g.[i"S:..:. 0 C .y- A. No. 2542 payable toJ. Coney I not exclusiyelj,) ,to the following sub
The undivided half of a Tract of Laud p. .. .c. g at jects.:
When a bid is Accepted, and notice .. ::t Philadelphia 1st Jan.viai7 20 Original moral
s. rAQ tales
thereof given to the person 'making the containing" j !C...I U'J c A. No. 1514, payable to 1'.Seip I or founded -either fictitious,
t: -: '
bid refusal. his D.D 1/2 = at Philadelphia, l Jan. !&17 20 oa-eventa of J'cal1if w in tbe
or neglect on part to give .G =_ c.- oiled
(;41< ) &''M -J i; 0 America.
4 goodLand sufficient security within' a reasonable I g :;:0 a:: .0...W '..t a 0F "3 "-" The
a Censor-.comprising .
o S"a a sjeriea of
time,.to be specified by this DePartment 0 0 0400. .
Situated North .East of de b ti" rap W.h : pathetic, satirical( .
it will then be at the option oi Bayou m moral,. hu
.O"c -
this to consider the contract Trucha, on the bay of San Mary de Gal I ca"o-B. = = t'j: ,=-.us The above mentioned notes were enclosed morons,&c.denominated the Little Gen>
Department vex,about twenty one miles 'from the '0 E oo c: c o ,; us. This department of our has
h in letter of instructions delivered paper >
forfeited "' e!
or not. n ;? ::1 d
0 'g
ready excited
City of Pensacola : and aIIOUSE 0 "1 -..UII pee _. uncoinmo&.intere in the
h7 Andrew
Itjs required'that persons making proposals "''i n 0 t1I0.... 4 Capt. Boyd, ,af the Schooner
Mt III ,. C =i i'J.= = Caravan of New public, and drawn ;from various sources
>.I .who.are unknown to this! Depart -York, vessel the mort
mant, mustaccompany,their bids by let zaass N ..:& LOT -,.-.. nr .M r. UJ went to seat from.this port, on the 17th lavish.praise.

ten recommendatory, from gentlemenofl'spcctability. It LAIR LAIRofthe loss-n',e n c.y "," "?7i_WI C day of SepU2825, bound to Itagsred i s- i,mestie.! -orlublicatioDJ.rQrejgn or.do

.; who are known lo the such aouse N 5..BI= bT .a ., e land, for a Cargo of sait, aad not having
Government All bids .unaccompanied in the City of Penuicola, fronting .on I H .. ) o y pro;i-- i since been heard of it supposed perished Origi sl Eoays n literature, Inoral
by such letters will not be received.It Alcaniz.Street, said lot containing 52,feet I' leygr.o r eJ; o' .,y a: .= c'c.. at sea. history? voyages,trareb, Amencsn anti-
front 80.fret and known in'tbe ouse: ,. ,1; c ," .. .c.-' quities the fin carts Ice.. '
deep ,
is ,1cairable that all proposals made \.. larined ... : :! ,S E ., .0.. I Stone & iabet.o ."
ere "
1 be staled iiv.a separate envelope, and Plan:The o'above the City. as number 112. I'ouseofReJirctei r-' TIVIS TIVISthe ;; Pensacola, 10th )lay1826-10-.w6mlufoi dress Female Character; manners,' beauty.' ,
marked.'Prosposals for furnishing Army r property will'be sold on n s land.C.. '!' : andfducatibn.
Subsistence.:' credit-one half of the purchase. money : E_ I iti oa' I matlon' ,American Biography-- historical

Payment to be made in drafts ,on the to be paid in one year and the remainder : .@. tatemen tatemenand 1.ay. ... Wanted., Sketchea0f'thC'Yea' of'such_ person,of I
: in two be : ubje .f-- (iIIOI.E seven both sexes,as hare become
Department at Washington, or some At years Payment .to secuied anyot andtatemen of 1 'J =t oreJgbt years past, Mr. celebrated fUr
0 antic city or in Treasury drafts of specie by' notes, wiith a mortgage*on thc ...prcnuses. y. ...o I :s II It : Elisman Basque Lancaster County their ,,heroism virtue, fortitude, talents
to the;'Westward. : '. ocs'n > o" p.. =-1'; Virginia,sent his son.John'Bajqtie to patriotism, &c. .
: .
paying (Desiderib .. Co z.. =-:1: grsssi1 CD'. CA ... .- ae the State of Georgia in of bis Uncle Literary, '
.Geo.:Gibson. ;. ,i1111a. r tI'a a .Cl It ... I care I..Dtellige, c -' r notices cf /
: ( '
Pensacola 17th larch 0M.0A. 0 .. Mr. : ndifr after which the uncle removed ; new publications. "'
.o.m..Gea..r Subtitttncc*. : 1826r3tf.ANORDDVANOE. "r eo3 ta.rr _-Is It_ o .y to the State of Alabama,:'and the The Drama --com pig' strictures ca
32-lDt. It '.S 3 0,0 t :ra youth John Basque came alit supposed the New York stage. r .

lt Gl.tOESV U.'l1W. feiOO".The.paolisher e':":-n... .f noq' ti" i to Pensacola,since which no tidings have .... :Desultory Sele o --with occasional I
.J] } e.g'f
pO '
) been heard of Mm remarks. .
J friends .
>y in Vir ,
In = i.
addition ..
'l'be... S s 1'ibkt i i to the "Ordinance to pretervi : .. r/: + p.gI. .gins:. _: AnecdQt..,,hwnorou ,lit tiiltnrb'
the health of the City loffentacold." j' it Ii: If John cal
"'ID'1sHES 'hire : Basque la living, lie will much &c. .
.to the '
by to corn
.1''* menee bn the lst'-8eptc year, u next*' BE II Ordained ty the .board ef Alder'aeni ;' ,the 'laws of the;: I I grabfXhissialess'bycommdnfcatin; with 'Fasiiog events or the week. ,

' two-stout, hearty ro'Me n 31iat no pc on'or' persans, United Statesotfili Insert this notice aix' them,in Virgiajftor by giving the,Editor of ,1'0eb1-.ri 'nal and selected\f
coming by sea to the Port .of Pensacohu times in their pa eh; :this paper auckinform&ion as,.,> b.e.ln.- 't'o s.ewerV1t1t.otber-aiisotllanebujiubjects -
and one Negro .Woman. The.men !
must be acquainted with, thrill land within- said Port, .until perm r- JuneJS-20-6t.. terestipg.tohe,&may peraoo knowing which irwould.,60 unnects* ..
,, and well alas be' first; obtained from -the HealthOfficetynof any thing concerning ftbowmentioned e d sary'zlowtaitnudtsnte.;: .
....' I farming mended in otlierreipecU.come recom-The '! shall' such person or persona Warehouse at St 'M a,k8. John lemur,whether lira",or dead/:\ ill [Trosi this condensed Titer /cur pspe';; :
iromanmtistbaagoodcooksifamily ad 1 go on beard any! other,vestc! lying with* erected'near confer a great fisoVon.histelztivcs by ii.1ri1I' be' seen fthat'with' tfte intitmtte ,
said Pert without ,
such .
ser> nt. Those fronvthe in ptnBbaioa. A, ; TItEeubsaibetbasiatel a girbg .tlail 8ce. t. coati,*klck \i"Otiu ot,
comaodtoetasd 1
ny.person offending against this Ord* hftIGetlft..Io11211tJa26.. ; I-: t,.. .....
country would be preferred;and for such, nance shall be fined in the 41W1<. of t+Mean WAREHOUSE,where ,. l i' .Vii. ... .....4-'
'4 1 e.ri'p'r.the )above description, liberal dollars. fifty. he b prepared' to\receive 'pedI,v;Either Y SIW' ftr ''IMb111b or the-rlorl4a.iia; .ra ad 11 .
astii .
"t I .tJ -", ...........'..."'..': .
soil be on,. Storage "', J '- :_
'nicS gaven. Passed,Julyl 'ih 1826.; .
wlCoamoitsien&t. ..t t.ci&t
d'U1s ate..ecaihlicW
'. R ndal''Allis "fI\II\th.A I''AIJeIft i lalt. : .
', P. Alba, .pru'G. t. 1"" .Kelton,CtOa' ... : "... C.. ..., ""
27th 1u 1826r-2t. St, Marks,'DecSMA,lBSS. 27..tf.. J ,IIr -
PenitcpU .
x ... 1 R. LRipket 1 ..J t and lOt ;at Mat..OV.Jlk".t"; "" -
"J.'f' 'T I ." F114jNaFzectttcdh law. at,..is .. r.J.,I'an,all'.orql'tU Hde'ir "1iTT. ... '.II. .,.:
I KJESINKbottle ;Secretary* .. ,' a llllibet. -' > to -. !I'l et:' ,
..,.".:,. J N. ''ak ltlbo. Penja- JdluaJr t avedlulyl16.1826. "* .; .... : .. .. at thlt. ; ,.. :1. ''err oM- r. fitlft4u e: ,. '. -x.4'' "

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