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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 18, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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of the width.of one column' aijdW WS to be delivered.to' Martin J..Atkin, .uec iCoucil.aa4, :bree doUapeTery : 1 1' ; pet:'" :i.I ..... .
not more than twelve fines'-ar tbji type, AuirUh C.t Ira A. Wood, the duty of t'beCovernor to obtain' twen: ty jaUei: to be AttttitaMed .- ,:.. lIe1lat1eKkt'to ,
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/tinuance fifty cents 'longer and wider .Qmtavus A, card, James Tqw- power be; i WtJp: ,-' *f:cftIieSec. '
one at the same rate Rule. and"figure bridge, Haren 'Moers, Henry K. in relation to the customs, habits 'place.of residence.:to the 'Sea.t.-ofXjovernment tcaau rl., ..._ .c. 0,......: __._ -
double price for the first insertion.; B. L. Skinner and dispositions, of she, inhabitants und so diitiQCtly '
work Avail!, St. John. lo. 'A _''Ie-I}T eiac ..
Advertisements will heUstefully dispUycJ if the said Territory, and certified by'beG tr or of;,said, .
Hiram Wal. : '
Frederick P. Allen
14\ That th werofthe .
of them and iadicialp .j
according the nature communicate the from timeto in 'and .
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same, Territory going to, retarBingfroni
will be roeatured by matter of this tile worth, Ealharn Everist, Amos So. time, to President of the United any.meeting of the Legislative Territory: : of:Florida shall.be vested .. .-,'
type. When inserted at intervals, (that per, James Patten, Bartemus in .three superior: 'courts, and '"9f
I i s,inserted every week,from the first Brooks, Smith Bateman, Melonc- States. Council(once' in, : cicb: m such inferior courts, *justices '
the last insertion) each insertion will Sec. 3 And further enact: session and no more: ; and the
to ton W. Travis, and Flavel Wil- of the .'afi/the" IegUktiveCouncil :
be charged as a new adv rtisement.- ed, That a Secretary of the Terri first election shall be held on ,the peace .
liam each one rifiepromised :them of the Territory '
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'Amounts for advertising payable always \ory shall also be appointed, vhoiull first Monday of..October,next,and aay
by Gen. M acorn b, while commanding from De"to tIme, ,.ubUih. .
on demand. $ hold his office during tht'm at such times thereafter, ad ... ,
the Champlain Department, inhere jhaI.foba.tpa be 4 trW co rt
Liberal contracts will be made !i
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of four unless' sooner der such the Go.
regulations
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vkh those who wish to advertise by the for their gallantry) & patriotic services years ;.cf;,the- 'Twttevy: situated :
the and
President vernon
removed by the of Legislative council
as a volunteer corps, during to Uie west .ef*-tlrt '..river .
ycar.U( Communications, directed to ,V.lb.sen I the. siege of Platisburg, September UnVei States, whos duty it, stall b direct. The members of tbe .&pa1aCbic t ta: .i1ti. r Ofest
be uadu direction of the Governor 'Council shall be
Fengaeola the Legislative jprlviUgcd -
Hunt, Post Master hundred he sbairfaoia'fek
onc-.thousand eight judge; ; : ,court 0. : .
wilt-bcduly--.. 'attended- to. .... ,and fourteen, on each of which record and preserve all, W -fromams' 'except-. :l Inca. _.- .
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United States. said riO there shall' be a' platecontaining paperidneA.4geof<< .. -- vemberin each aad every yean atPensacbta.
Executive" and all the acts of 01 the nun ineir to
inscription. peace g going There shall be a superior Nil
appropriate -
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the Govenor and Legislative attendance at, and returning ftom, court-for 'that part of the \\V

Approved.} 3) 20, 1826.RESOLUTIONNo. Council, aid transmit authentic each session said council. Territory, situated between theApalachicola .

[ 4.) copies of the proceedings of the The Governor,' and Legislative and Sawamaee. rlera ,- ,

Resolution directing a system of Cavalry'I Governor, n his Executive Department Council, shall. have 'legislative' to consist of dae Judge' f ho

,__: **.Y : actics, and a system of Instructionfor rvery- six months, to powers over rightful, subjects shall hold ,his court onfthe first
'f Artillery to be prepared for,the use the President cf the United' States, legislation: but no ,law shall be of ariofOcCbber, ia
Mondajrs April
of the Cavalry and Artillery of the Militia.
Sec. 4. Ind be further enacted valid which is inconsistent with each and everyf a r, ai the'seat'ogovernment [ .. "

Resolved by the Senate and That, incase of tiie'death, removal the Constitution, and laws of the in, said Territory.There ,

House of Representative of the resignation, or: necessary U nited States or which shall y shall ,be a superior court ,

,- United State of America in Congress absence of tie Governor of the naid any person under restraint, bur for that 'part.of the 1 erritory situated .

assembled, That the Secre- Territory the .Secretary thereof then, or disability, on account of to the East and South or

tary of War be authorized to bare shall be, and!foe is hereby, authorized his religious_.opinions,-professions. the Suwanhee, ;,river, -to consist of .

(, IgI, I Iii l ii ,v i prepared a complete system of Ca- and required, to execute aU thepowers or worship. The Governor shall -oae judge:;be shall hold' his ,court .
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valry Tactics, and also a system of ,- nd,perform all the duties publish, throughout the said Territory on the first 9nd.in; May and .

Exercise atd Instruction nf T-14 nr tI%* Governor, during'the-vacancy ,'all the laws which shall Jbe November, in 1 'each and, every .

Artillery, including man uvres for occasioned by the removal{, resignation made, and shall, on 6r .before the year, at St.Atfgustiue. Each Jadgixshallappoini .

Light or Horse Artillery, for the tectfssary.. absence of first day of December in each ,year, -a .Clerk: ,'.who anall reside .

AUTHORITY.V use of the Militia of the United the said Governor., report the same to the ,Presidentof respectifejy! 'at: ':he; place .4

[Puiuc-No.91.] States, to be reportedfor consideration j bee 5, And be further enact. the United States, to be laid where:his,said',Comt.. .is, or may

An act for the relief of the Florida Indians. or adoption by Congre&s, at edt That The Legislative powers, before (;Congress which if disapproved by'law, he'directed'to'he held, and

fie it enacted by the Senate aridRouse its next session. shall be vested in the Governor by Congress, shall thence- they shall _,keep'. 'the', "record ':

of Representative of the Approved, May 18, 1826. and in thirteen: r--ftq- t, .. h* -- rnrthnf..nr..lA.-u----- I'!, Lifer .i lie-.superiorCuuni':.'of- t
United States- of America, in- Con- [RUOLVTJOlf-No. 5.)_ Dually ...clet d-vb 0he" people nor and Legislative. Council shall the Territory'"' of Floridawith: .
Resolution direcjttnp* *tsr'r' .J of said Territory, who shall compose have no power over the primary : '
grew .fUlem led. That-the. sum mates for Dry Docks. in their respective districts,
of t\fenty thousand dollars be, and Resolved by the Senate and the Legislative Council, thereof disposal of the soil, nor to tax the shall have and ,exercise* original ..

the same is hereby, appropriated, House of Representatives of the nine of whom shall constitute a lands of the United States, nor jurisdiction in all civil caatea 4

out of any money in the Treasury, United States of America in Congress quorum to do business ; each of to interere'with the claims to in law ,and equity, whether:,.arising .
otherwise appropriated, to be whom shall be an inhabitant of lands within the said Territory.
not assembled, That the Pr li- under the laws of the said_Territory
under the direction of said Territory and shall have resided Sec 6. A f d be '
expended sident of the United States causean : further enacted, or otherwie, :where the sum
the President, in affording sustenance examination and accurate sur- therein one year next preceding that every bill, which shall have in coatravercp"nall.amount; to one ) :

Is to the suffering Florida Indian vey to be made by a ak'ilfui cngi- his election, and the term for passed tfte Legislative Council, hundred dollars ; and shall have

*. neer, of a site for a dry dock, at the which he shall be elected, shall be shall, b.( re it become a law, be original and exclusive, cognizance '

JOHN W. TAYLOR Navy Yard at Portsmouth, New- orle year to commence on the second present*d to the Governor. If he of all,civil causes admiralty and_ ,. 1Y,
of the Representatives.
House
Speaker Monday of December annually of it, he shall sign it and
JOHN C. CALROU Hampshire; Charlestown, Massachusetts approv ; raaratirae: ,jurisdiction includingall '
YicC'Frcsidetu of the United States and .. ; Brooklyn, New-York ; f and it shall be the duty of if not he shall return it with his seizures under laws of impost -

President of the Senate. and Gosport, Virginia ; and that the Governor to divide the said objections which shall be enteredat navigation,'or-trade of "the United'

Approved; May 2, 1826- such engineer be required to state Territory into thirteen convenient larfce on their journal, and.they States whether such seizures' bemade

RSC1UTJOlf-No.JOHN QUINCY 1.ADAMS.) the dimensions necessary for such I districts so as to give to each district shall proceed to reconsider it. If, on land or water;. and of all

Resolution directing survey of certain establishment, the objects that apply as near as may be, an equal after such reconsideration two .1u ti for penalties and 'forfeiture

routes between JJaltimore and Philadelphia : to either, with a deUiled estimate number of free white inhabitants, thirds of members of the Lc- incurred under the laws of the United *

\ ,for a Post Road. of the expense of a suitable for the purpose of electing mem gisli.tive Council agree to pass the States; and originalbtitnot

Resolved by the Senate and site,and constructing a dock at bers of the Legislative Council of bill, it shall become a law, and the exclusive, jurisdiction,:of all suite

Jfouse of Representatives of the each of said places ; and that the said, Territory ; and( he shall also narp.es of the periODS voting for or I in'whichtheJCJnitedJStajes_ shall be

'United State of America in Congress President be requested to communicate designate places for holding eJections against the bill shall be enlcied on : a party, whatever may be the a-

assembled, That the Post. the same to Congress in in each district, and appoint thy journal!; Provided nevertheless, mount in controversy in.' such

master-General be authorized and the first week of the next session. judges: or roanagersto preside at, That all bills to tax the inhabi. causes and ,suits ; ,and shall have

required to cause. an examinationand Approved-May 22, 1 826. and conduct tbe same, who- shall rats if the said Territory their "and exercise. appellate j rjldicI .

survey of the various routes take the same oath, and observe property, shall before they become Qn, in all civil 'cauifs originatingin .

between Baltimore and Philadelphia Florida Organic Laic.We the same formality as Is now required l/Lws// receive the sanction of Congress the inferior courts of said Territory ,;

crossing the Susquehanna at by Jaw, in the election of ; except when the said bills whatever may be the amount -_ -

Havre de Grace Ferry, Port Deposit have been favored by one of the genmen Delegate to Congress. The time shall authorize county, city and in controversy ; and: ,ariall'
of the Dar, with the
and Conewingo Bridge, and which contains all the provisions following of the, and place of holding the elections town officers to collect taxes for have and exercise original:and ex- .

report to Congress the route several acts of Congress,organizing the shttll be made known, by- nrocla-. the use and benefit of their re- cIusiYejuFi5diCtIOt of .all crimes .;
which may be best adapted for a Government of the Territory of Florida mation, and sent.to each district, Ispective counties}cities and towns;; and- "offences- committee--- against': -

permanent post road, with an et- which now remain in force. We respectively ; an4 it shall be lawful and for" no other purposes. the laws. of the said Territory

timate of the expense of making think we cannot give our readers amore for tbe inhabitants within the And where the punishment shall be .
useful article and that Sec. 7. be .further -cuut.d -
_each: of said routes &afe and convenient thanks are due to the gentleman many who respective districts, who are, or That the members of the Legislative death ; and,original and appellate,

for the transportation of the prepared it and who has taken much may be qualified voters, under the? 'Council shall not be elegi- junidiction.olall other: .crimes and .

mail. Approved, May 4, '1826. pains to have it entirely correct. It laws of the same, to'elect one per ble to office created during offences* committed ..ag insl the .

Uhs"\'UTJON-No.2.: ] "I is arranged by him iuto sections in a son in each district, as a memberof the any the aeryic the laws of the said Territory; and .
'of
llrsolution expressive of the sense of manner which will make a reference to the Legislative Council.. And pc/iod ut .o original and exclusive jurisdiction: ,.. :
o( the gallant conduct Lieutenant; Dun I it much more easy .thau to the acts fees which were regulated by
it shall be the duly of the said of all crimes and offences whick .
can of the United Slates' Navy. from which it is formed. law-r/assed, whilstthey were mem ,
Resolved by the Senate and Be it enacted Jy *** Senate and judges or managers, in each dis. bcrs, or for one year thereafter.3ec. shall .cognisable, uDder theftrthority

,',. House o/J?'>r*.rftr * Untied States of America, in Con- United States of America, in Congress of every person voted for 'asa 8. And be further mitted within the.respective districts 2f'lf

great assembled, That the provisions assembled, That all that 'territory 'member. the Legislative Council ; That Ihall not be lawful for of the,said Superior Courts r : :

of the joint resolution of. Con- ceded by Spain to the Unit in such district, together with '.he Legislative Council to pass or upon the high .e $.,. :: .. : .

gress,passed October twentieth, : ed States, known by the name of the number of totes, which'. eafih.. .j any law imposing of -nonreideniB a higher tax;thanthose on.ec.'ul.4naE.ftrt4&PcnicE: : ;" ... .

eighteen hundred and fourteen, I East and West Flos Ida, shall constitute person shall have ,received, 'written the 'lands tDid.r.it''l0. <<{,'. ld"5.p O.r.C"l! 4. .
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entitled "Resolutions expressive a Territory of the United in full opposite bli na'.ie ; residents An4 .Co.rt.9f.ApptaJat: '? term_ 9x4. '
of the sense of Congress of the States, under the name of the and the "-vote ll taclHi;-***** G*..-0. r"itfuriktr enacted the judges hereof' :iftr vacates, .

gallant conduct of Captain Thomas Terriiory0f,Florida,,tle .Govern shall be" canvawed-ty tbe overn- t That the .Governor, secretary; !I ballijespecttifeljt ba.fJI power .. ..

'.McDoncugh, the oBeers( ment whereof shall be organizedand or and Secretary of'they(erritory. judges of the superior courts, dis : and a ,\iorl\J'J in'all civil cairtes ..'.
marshals and all
seamen, and marines, and infantry administered as follows : or by such other 'pe/ions. orIii irict attorneys- ,' .*.,. !m .fegeneral and_, crisuaal '
serving as marines, on board of I Sec. 2. And be further enact such other manner/ as tile Legislative officers ot the raihtia,shall* I writs:of habeas corpus,:' J-b lOr;. .

the United States' squadron on :.ed, That the executive power shall Council' may hereafter be appointed by the" Presided. of it11orani! -.{If aadicf. .

Lake Champlaiq be so construed be vested ,in a Governor, who direct by laws :and the personin the United States, by and imhvtiie prabibitjon,'of acire, "fa4asd' f,
shall reside in the skid each districthatingthe: greatest advice and consent of the Senate.. id.. WI .
: and extended as to include the Territory quo warranlo, .c & ", ; -
name of Silas Duncan, a Lieuten and hold.his'office during the term number o iegal-votes, shall be" All judicial officers ,shall ..bo3.d four ,riacip u .: ". .1

ant in the Navy of the United of three ycarsunle8 .oon.. .emovtiy declared, .elccled".o.nd entitled to their officer' for the term of 1 s.iaikfA; rt- I, r i

States..in Hstjmol: me .tente the ,President 'of the United a seat4n the'Legi&kue Council. years,:and np .lt gpr&eruotSecTjLny ( 'Th lC-, flate uitl:S.pnlorCs'srts, .\t "
: $ :
which entertained by6othHos.; States. He;shell be, commanderin and incase two or-.dJ1ore' peCaoasshall ,: 3Bdgeiaben : 1 WM!ec- ...; .

es or Congress, of the distinguished chief of the militia of the said ,>iave( thegr.eatetaadt. ,equal : of tpe .Ie gUlativejusticeft : 1f. '*iciivclysbaU 1..t a t>

Territo'ry and be 'officio number of votes in any disi ,of:the' ace/aado&eers ot j hl asaf".it"iret, _. ;
gallantry and good conduct of ,ex ,,superintendent IheiM 41y ..-i.- 1I jr.r....: ;j'f t : \f
the taid-Lieuttnant.Doncan,. in an of Indian affairs, and 1 trict, it shall 'be, wfttl-for the, ', C1htaad: ., i .af ..i.i.. : k3ikfl '

action with the enernyforcs: : on shall have power to grant'pardons i Governor to of er".Beair. elcttionin before thaerithe; dt1 ..d ,
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said Territory such'district in: such maDRe of 111 1r''Te..1'e' '" '
the sixth of September/ for o0encesagainst the ) ,
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hundred and.fDUrt noa; the'same fjnjl reprieves for those a* and at .ucbtime, es the Legislative t M. 1.1iti-tW 'a .:...tie;; *1tceiti: ; .. .
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hie.v .,:: .. *- gainst,the United States,tmtil/he ,"Council.. msyv!"by ,Uw -:preV p i liteTy ih U. deem fit'te .pebt ,

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,, for reasons for which new for'the same date, according U> :tiq4shaM4orMAId! ; endon which they bestowed upon owe the passage-- a*.. the las\ sea- 0 .

trials have usually ''been granted their respective .a'giL That te8ai41cturtmayby and every :slay,1e. .j jnport4\5t'_ hutorauuu.rrgnavc-navt ram} :v.7t.. aton :orcongres3 ut..di1 lwVwtl. Ic' :' : '

4 'of and stall have .'n.'I.J ofit*' 'oht, tl : $1'4d3IolIai' 71 !trs 1C11n1_ecktt4 tie at. secures to them their homes and" ', '
in the courts law, .-.i ra !Y r Jtek J ** .' .. 1r Jti, a p rCpr b_ fiieskles.Ib''t 1 . .
I 0 .
irn. r
,2\ .
power administer, all necessary judge, belngv,pseitbdj < : ( ,/ .v' 11, VV .
li Ve'i'and
.of the JUt &StatceGfld. tu. .t''e. characters oI.ttie With ugardip'prrspCdnl r. ';: ',
ruths'or affirmations. and to make 1.] tend d from day to .dry, until a quorum use } R J1P\&rk
Cfttablish.. all eceaaary;rules..of; ,' ,be convened;, audif .eoac"to oiber.&nu.icty for: \ltfis; 'car J e ;:> fj' g dpt p hiJoso pbio1 ;I he J locathsn.TayetVe's f. ;g.iJ.l. ":;:1-' V

'practice a d' pleading, *aC. otbt p'f'its judges be. present tiy jthe.. perc/'pr ,''peTAQJab .' _: niJ.l reaatinsjhe) /most touchink .Jand- \yecensufeauyode )1 IJ .J\'Jl, !9 V

'ciderlyxonduciing. : .of..the..buai eaacf marshal' ,of.aa\il :(our pniiCa. '; for the a J sI.y&s.i : 'thps, with' all ;the",embellishmentsof : .band .y:t f a,. V.

till "':aid courts t .Provided,' .quorum be convened;. atfdthe. dUtrict / imported Ihr the accomplished) orator. when. "; -ivepenne thenj.t '
i mah1.iidc1iE'k .b c r'1I. a, .!e4Ji. '\ye : Such rules be, pot repugnant; altorpe,' upon, f /o.oe -onr .
.. ..the, .la",. gf-the-JJI\, u tesj .C\ -of u'pp-rlDr..cQurf,.ofUJ sitauu mot r .i *. :j to*** 'do,juaiice! 16 }i js:-.pjodttc-,V farmer, .tl gal. i.r ; ler t q't V ,
1tifih ,aaid-- Terr tor1'I- district, shall be"officers of the said $eC' 3. t & r nt.actC'd *.I.OI1:1n he, teJe tt"e ot r iic'm.wall O'I'Jratber..noc..qDPPS&Dgthat/loca. ..:

.Sec. 14. And be further cnotftd .-court of appeals. ,' b ..writt'Oft";. ,' rrhllt, j ir e'ns' r"the' said' cone rtd.tan ; as wt,ahair pubU hit ti ionWe. have'l 6>e wotiito elleVe.' '

'l'hattheclerksofthc: Bid auperipr .ror EC appeal shall} lie, & may' betaken Territory:S1alI.le! entitled! :to one ,iii .obr. next. we ahaU! uaf,. jian that. he'couldv ,haye 'v ntt'd if, \

cour.ts.;reapeciivelyf where on all final decisions of said Delegate.b'Cpnjgr ;si for thte said: attempt at, description, contriute. but that_ :he knew of the Intention' V
:.e; courts-wherc the matterin Territory, who .ihall possess the 'to' anticipate the; pleasure of ur ..
: the courts tare held,_ ,shall -keep superior tom ke ..,, It.FJ ;AI "net
particular and 'regular minutes dispute'shall amount to the sum. same powers, heretofore granted; readers.' in its.. perusal.St. .. ::. : en4caor..Wipreyei l it,''..tre'do'be

value or"one,hundred :dollars,: to the Delegates from the other :. '
of :
and records' every day's pro or f' S lieve aflj/think! \ |t :will not be dfrL -

ceedingsof: the.sl4 courts, and i exclusive of costs, to the court of Territories of tin tfnited States ; V. .Auguttine Ro lo..- .eoAJ'e informed', L-, e., J. ...' __. ._. .''" ... '..-... _A. :
in ill Provided, That shall that a dctichmcnt. mm:+** 'to:'3cnttroD .. -- V -
'said Territory ap person ,
the said.clttkl, marshals, and dis appeals of: caiitonenient Ciiuch, cnder.the :di i* 4 V V
__. .. ,. cnfil of admiralty and beeiigbie for that office, who shall
a' wU"''',,, .uzurrespecttvely causes maritime rectioaof the Quarter. Mist.r's Ztepart We havc.bteh.favor.ed.with a copy.of
: receive for their ..terviccfi. in all, Jusisdiction ; all causes oi not have resided at' least' twelve'!.,\ment,. to make the necessary repairs the Florida latellig;nccr of' ,uy29iU! .
causes of admiralty, and maritime seizure, under the laws, of impost, months in the said Territory !the St Augustine road between this t from:which:we copy the Governor Froclaination '

jurisdiction, .and :incauses. arising navigation trade,.of the Uni. The Delegate shall ejected 'by place and Tallahassee. We .take :pleasure ,with:regard to1 the' election of.
this fact and In LegislatIve' Councillors tu take
noticing so dung place
p seizures under the laws of impost nited States all such description a'! on
tin .8uita..for persons
on
penalties the firit .
: we.embrace tJle.Cpp rtunity to oUerve Monday: October: nez .It
navigation and 'trade of the and forfeitures incurred under such times' and under such regti that we have .been informed, by those will be observed that. in the ,Eastern

United ,Stales, the same fees and i the laws-01 the UnitedStates, 1 lations as the Govei"uor'and Lgislatire <- w.ell acquainted with the csubject,. that District.this Coiintv 'we have three precincU .

compensation as are allowed bylaw i anti:) in all suits i to which the United Counc il may,:from tirt' the.part of the Military .road over which .-it hail been reported here that

iotthe clerks, marshals, l and I States,shall be a party; in all. to time, ordain and direct, soldiers we travelled jit January and February. there was to be bat one;; it ii 'howevqp--
lust, the situation of which the to be regretted that both
.' district attorney .f"the district .i civil'tausts in.law.and equity, .arising of the.United States excepted, vho remarks contained our paper produced of 17th ,appointed judges at Oneil'theg.entleme'. .-ferry rl -

court ,of- the XJhiled" Statcs, for under the Constitution and shall,under no circumslaricei. June. is worse than any xubcr portion of I bide in the State of 4tabams. ;&.it'.will b..

Louisiana district similar\ causes laws of the United States, and qualified to tote. that road and 've are also .informed.that .therefore optional with them to bold tJie!

; and in all other causes, such treaties .made, and which;'shall be Sec. 34. And.be it fur.tllt't,1act- most of the bridges and.:causeways are ejectjou .or not as best suits them ;-4we '

fees as have:been or-shall be hereafter -, made, under their authority, & .in tft, That the)'laws of tiw. Oniied ttisde in the best manner that the"materials hope boweve' that they will to1eu. .
would permit and that no to serve"as U would bflfharci that, the,U1l -
estftblisliicd: yeJ.| gisla JJ.L civil tauieB;affecting Ambasaa3ors .,. States relating to the rTenue and ,were spared to make the road safe* pam. con l lbitaqacf[ thit part,of our' CounCy'

live Council "rx f'.s'fti'd T rritotr. olherpuWU'Ministers andO itt cftlleetMm.:suhjecttfr the modification venienf and permanent. It is true that shoufti either' lose Uieir1 privilege of u>V '.'

And the clerk,, United; : States' Attorney -, Consuls ; rover.irs-be1wcen .stipulated .byftte'fifteenth; ;we-ivelledthe road.at.a most usttivora frigc or'b'e obliged to corae'to.' .'Fei&ilco* '. V:''i

and marshal\ of the court citizens of .two different ,Sates, article of the treaty;a'the twenty 'ble season and it would appear were la'ior-tUe-'puVpOse: .rvoUn. :. :" ---r ,: .'

of appealsshall have the same and between aliens and citizens of second of February] one thou- peculiarly unfortunate, m seeing only- "V.t_ V

fees ana compensation for attend the United States, in the 'same sand eight hundred add nineteen ,is the low worst and,part3 flat, of but it,our where former Uiecountry.remarks. 'Uii1i dSai "': .-In this paperwe .

ing said court whilst exercisingthe manner and':under the: same'regulations in'favour of Spanish (!vessels and WtfC not predicted on out own obserya-. cOi..pt te.'the publicution of the,1'!'!- V .
the first
lie session
Acts passed at of Uie
powers of ",a circuit court,.as appeals are directed to their cargoes, and allother publicacts tion alone and while nre make the' fore., Nineteenth: .Congress., V
directed in ,this 'act, as.are allowed' be taken from a district to a circuit of the,United Sutes, not inconsistent going statement, in justice'to the officer -.. '--- V '

.to.the clerk,.attorney and'marshal. court of the United States. or rtpugiant to the unddr whose superintendence the road -C. --0: -.JJ; 'Jl'1.O ,
was cut, we once more expreas our I : 7J1--.U"-J: Cl. .
.s"
of the circuit courts of" the United. And writs of error andappeal shall provisions of this :act, now in satisfaction that the road is shortly to be ,

States, -and in elf other cues such lie, and may be'taken, from the final force, or which mayjhercafter! be put iii,proper repair and hope. tlut no .V .i'!"the Pensacsta, 'Gu+-ette .'

fees as. .the Legislative Council r'or decIsions the said court of in force, shall ektem I to, and have ,complaints. in future be considered The *

-:said .Territory) have csta lbhed/ or appeals,in all such cases, to the supreme'court full force and effect it, the Territory necessary ; as hid only a conviction of Literrogitories of which I
took the :
liberty
V their necessity which us ever to proposing to
prompts
may direct. 4 : of the United States, aforesaid. '( '4 I
.. I make remarks calculated to reflect in our Delegate JOSEPH M.. 'W.iiiTBa
.
Sec. 75. And ifurMer.enac din the same manner, dud under : I I1P1E : the j
of
slighte&t degree on the -cuaduct short time since, formed the
: cd, That. the judges of the supe. the same restrictions regulations sAfjJ&A8. anyone. substance.of certain ,

.rior courts shall_ oplybe! _required! I ,as writs of error and .1 charges,; cir--
ap4ials V copy of a letter from the Quaster ul&i h. !o.h! p ;. '"p 4i..
to holcKa court, iri one.other place .directedlo be taken from }.FJUDAY AVGUSt, 1826. V master generaf"u5 ,UVV w umw" and an adjoInIng county. Had -
: .in their districts,1 than -J" 1 f'. hands, by which it would appear, that -
respecitve the circuit courts of the United : V these. charges been of the nature of
ilaj. Fierce was only''requited to a-
the one assigned by the laws of States. And in al1' other Verit&iaflafteu r. '
cases -,--.- ascertain the correctness of the statements -. those idle reports"; entirety desi-" V
J the Unied, States, ,to be, design a writs of error and appeal may betaken I We hive received. two notices nude,in relation to a part of 't1,: lute of foundation,":which unfortunately .

ted by the Governor and Legislative i and .prosecuted from said concerning Eulogy delivered ruodj and.contained.in,a letter Jrom St, abound ivhereve'r'society

Council, and so much of any superior courts to the court of ap-j'' in this City ,on' Tuesday last.- Augustine whether they addressed were iounckdoo to .that the office writer's -; exists,'! should iurelf liaVe disregarded ,
law as-PMihtt* s id courla tn a : in such the '
peal?* manner as The: fo1low.ijw. .nrcsezitcd by the of facts I thernbtitderiir'g their;
personal knowledge the or authority
o particular number of days for islative Council have airecieu, -ClJmm I tie.ebiiyof _
; i iI
'UUc.rUr'tfH t
p n..c geniatioiu 01 others and if the the
I uuanxeur rom highest
( !
-V possible
: the trial, of, causes arising under shall direct.Sec. anyJLulogy remarksoT 'dr'"own; latter *no his informants"wereTaTKrui\ l 3'OUrcc in !' ._
-'IT-erriibPyj tk !
y the constitution and laws of the 19. And be it further enacted -. 'on,Addmt J ffeNon.On Maj: P.-ww not directed to inspect the [ cuirve Florida !" &jt

United Stale- 0 be and the lame That the regulations pre : Tuesday last,'agreecauly to roml, as.we.lud Ueen led to suppose from of, they necessdrilycarried .
weight and
..c are hereby.repealed. ,scribed by the nineteenth, twentieth -. public notice*, and'in compliance .9th1ai the I&OtACVLI1 the kat I'iorida Ucr-ld.' of inhluetmcewjthVthem
; ., aTr 8ted.the.. attentionof
Sec., 16 Aha1.be it further enact' : twenty-first, twenly-secondj with request, of the citizens Col. 'Vf1it 'S constituents '
': ed, That there shall '.be appointed twenty-third, and twenty-fourth, Pensacola,.expressed through the -- tion. and demanded ;

,- \ for eachOrthe1tijVouzis: a 'person s.ectionsof the act of the twenty- Mayor,the -Hon.'H." M. Bracken-p We ,publisb to-day a second Col. White pJan .. In addressing

learnctfinune :Iaw, to"'act as I fourth; of September, seventeen, ridge pronounced.:.an eulogy on c rnrnunicjtion' from '** Civis" of on the subject, it

.attorney of the United States, hundred and eighty-nine, entitled the livriaiid_ cbjir cjersof.our.illustrious Jackson Caumy-we';- had Hoped. Tuna was my the designand ea.rfiesT desire to give V

:' .as well, as foe the Territory, each "An act to establish the-\ judicial and ectjt j>cd feltow-c hi- that the subject of which he writes ruaiiou of the practicjtbl '

'. of whom shall 'receive the same courts of the United States," 'and zens, JOHN ABAJO .and THOMAS would have cn.prril1itted to rest against him, that charges he' existing .

fees both. in'. civil and J criminal by the act of the twelfth ofyDecember J BJ"XRSON. until-the arrival ot our Delegatewho ; of might have
an
..cases as qre received by the district seventeen hundred and'ninety- The arrangements of the .Courtroom ( is no\v very shortly! expected inrBtimable opportunity embracing I

.attorneys of the United four entitled "An act to amend -_in>"%hi.chilJ\Yas: : delivered, here- the umnuationb of his ene- ry.citizen in:privilege this free, which ere-

Ill Slates, of the next adjoining State, and explain the twenty-second sec were appropriate as the limited mies to the contrary notwithstanding informed country enjoys -

tor similar rdcr ,j and shall tion of the establihhing ine judicIal re sourer a of'our'.city would..war ) but we are opinion that the' being under which Qf he accusation

moreover receive as a full compensation courts of the United Scutes," rant. The rostrum was covered, article! now published ought to be hesuffers, ,
of
heard in ,aelf
.being' dtfenc
for All extra services, as far as said! regulations, shill and the extremity' the ceiling !laid belore the public, as it.eDable! <":of;
his
to f
.appealing lIow-cil
annually, the same salary as is be practicable, shall be observed attired in suitable, l badges ofmourning. Col. White to trace to their source of his izene. V

,provided, by law; for the district in respect to all writs of trl'ot.and. .-Immediately' in the :he evil 'reports against him, which. had vindicating 'reputation. I

fcit attorney of the district of Kentucky appeals from the said "8up loior rear of the Orator and in front,I if true his conatitiienta should Col.every White reason'was in to believe that .
'
Pe'nsacola
.! to !?e pa ci quarterly by the. courts to the court of appeals in at the opposite enJ of Ihe room, fairly understand, if false the pro. ; I
was- infurmed
Treasury "of. f>e TJnited ,St4 ea. The cases enumerated in the fl-st was suspended u-iopy of the Declaration pagators, should, be' accountable h Qbscquentr that'he.

There-shall aDz be appointed} part,of the preceeding section, and of Independence Over for. .. Ana what is the charge-iti changed his intentioti ',of.returning

for each of the said courts, a marshal )n wrhs of error and appeals from the firstfiamed Declaration, was "having corresponded with the home -immediatety upon V

I, who bh: H perform Uie same the said cour; of appeals to t\ie, placed the;, portrait of General Trusties of.the Kentucky Asylum, the termination .of .the'lirsloti "*es. .' V
of ,
dutes, be subject to the same regulations supreme court of the United States. Washington, tb'e'"first in war recommended a location Florida Congress., and Would be
and penalties and be entitled Sec. 20 And be further delayed, by an acccptaoct of-the'
; : enaci- th j first in'peace, and first in the and volunteered his services to effect '
invitation
.+ to* thelame fees, to which ed, That loahe end that the inhabitants heart of his countrymen on the that object" and on'whose authority -' df the General 'Govern
;
I marshals in other districts ment, to visit the Military'Academy V
are may be protected in 'right i was suspended the portrait is this charge made-it is
efititlcd for similar services ; and their liberty, property and ieli of Mr. Adams at West Point. '13ctweei accusation
,. and on the left,. idyAi* Excellency "Pm. P. Duval
shall, i in: addition, be paid the sum 'gion, no law shall) ever be valid, that uf Mr. Jefferson.We who pledge himself tufifiort the and condemnation thereis

it of two hundrdd! dollars annually, which shall impair, or in have wide diif rertce. To inform
any never witnessed asnumerous 'charge, upon the authority rf .Dr.
.as a compensation for extra ser- wise restrain the freedom of.religious a'nd'J respectable an Nelson or sonic of.the Trustee of an individual,-friend or foe. bar .

; v \'LCC.i.;. &nd shall, also J L be subject opinions, professions and aembiagc/in this piacc, as 'that as.- the .Kentucky Aoylum"-oow it his character suffers under the imputation ; .

to such regulations! und penatttes, 'worship. They shall bet entitledto convened, en.this occasion. The does appear to usthat_ the settlers ,of misconduct, ig not to b -I
, as the jLe.giAJ.utve Council shall accuse him, nor even to the
the benefit of the writ oi'HabeusCorpus give
nquse was crowded 'io overflowing : in Jackson and "an adjoining
'' impose, while 'acting-'under, and They shall be bailableIn and some/ft is slightest intimation that we accede V
liave rather
believed ouldnost County" been hasty
: ,
.jn virtue of -Territorial to the
liws'JSrc of
all cares, except for capUal of. [ i itne. in have propriety the impu-
procure een| a s'uua'/iqn. ceusurin'g one'whum.they
.on
? .,:l'7. And&e'&further t'nac/- (tncta\; ,vhere the proof is e'do.t ,;ation. ; it is an act of justice, if .
gallari a., within\ an 'audible{ : i\ud o- 9n oi tlt5UUtO believe
.
., ed, That the marshals uf eacU ,districtahall -: or the presumption greatalliInes distance .of)1iprator. In. icom- their best, friend, u'pon sbc '..riuspicion not of 'frien ..hJp. A serious
.
reside within'the same, I shatlbfmoilrr.ite'fcnd'proportionate 'pliaune witb., previous invitation, that they woum be .injured -" cha White sc4macie ajxi Cnl.] .
I did
: not believc.isbj---
and executIl'th't'1')1DCe'S!! ) ;
to the offence and 0
excessivebail Commodore Warrington Capi.Woplsry -whichire, awaytb ugtH:
.
courts, whether arising'under 'the I -shall not be mV. was out of my power to disprove
required, the Naval olTicers afloat scarcely founded oa possibilityand
U if in ,
laws of the. United Siatesor of informing him of -tliis -
i. .. ; cruel or unusual punishments
0 aad those&ungL which has ShOW.D'wit.
g' to the shore the event and
-- aiid. territory V and v charge re ueftiing himibrbi
; : : perform all
4 .. thedUtieofListePtaiIrnrtro" f inflicted. .no cX post facto law elation,j Cpl.plinch, and! the oBil never, be r 1izl"d.ll'nd Upon own'sake, aa' well as.o gratify.his
F wr ri w .Lnpiiriti.g.he" obligation of4ti l t aiid 4ih the of Dr. JVelaori, ajier*
'tS ; Regiments authority.
tit
friends and
*, and ball to silence his
samr, ( execute 'bond of*comraot*,,..halL bel enemies,
.ever 4lU. d. *ri .in.'h. ;hom had scarcely ever
.*Hti'carity< to ,be < p'A .O. ton they to 'give public it is V
; approved7 by passed-nor shall private propertybe lemnh.lq,. .: The Keniiicky. .. explanatio,'
krl .conditioned : ) y. on- 8cent 9* 'jheJ4fjrtf.aiee9tof.fhc .Thought judges/,. for the : outersjoined"ungenerously
Jsaid ; tkenfor. public uses without ; cera oti> n4vy'>4verc ,arrayed on Aaytiimi of llo'm 'they know '
'
l w 2pe rforcrianc'r. 6f the:duties\required ,. in the 'bue'ai1 ;cry V
compensation.! > the right >vjd these.of the We Nelson
'
nothing. know no-'lf .
: X of the, 'eitrcutive, 'pfacersj.by the ,Sec;;;2 L And te, further enact- .on the left, .a fd a large concourse army hut the communication! of (i- :again&t our Delegate and deserve

? .< laws of saidrerrHoryi; .ftijthe aura 4d,: That. all free ,male. white perSQns of ladies and gentlemen seated the appellation' firofetted, :
J "of teit thquSshd xJxJIJars w Hich hall in vis represents him, as the agent ofa pretended 'frit-nab i of C White V
,:of full age 1 wbo are housekeeperaan&wh9sba1l. front of: ,
natioiul
'fe.ttr.atp.r. The
. institution
"be' :. !(tf.bribe:! lttki'.f' aitd I( .have resided charitable.J ./ rforming most cheerfulty'wouldwe'bear thereproach
flig-floalcd.a
.:, .. 1 ,1, 'I halKmatt high fromlhe" the UUMAXZ act of killing nor '. '-1, ." V ...
.t in said
; ; 'Co ) one the Territor:
year
1
tecond \thtt.
: .ri SecliSV: 'Xnfle.it further trl&ct* r-yy sball be qualified ta act as A band which'tory o building. eafur-the_ Jiurfloye of enabling. Aita / The .eo1ea': rilnrdWara That
J Afig
politely furniihed to dffjtrivc.tAe_citizens, 'of MorfiTaofthtir
; 1l ifeaVJlieTejshallbe.;oTganized ; Congress did not grant a totvnKentucky -
and-r ivo a.ln
.
grand petit .thF 'from Jxlie: Cohsle llalion. hard earjuc -rrjnr A.MI -
3-4I 'I ,iujick'Thrrit iy a.. court of tipof ..coujrtB.of the'said Territor--' I tJlf f.1..i.11 .FIQtida..io ,the
played' appropriate .music at thecommncemezn.ancl this is the man up'ont.he,authorIty i .
:p peak, oJbe'' I Jt\aPp'e4. ttJ T.(5ec.., 22.[And$e further enact", close of theceremonies of whose 8ecretsnIvzALvD! ON THE Asylum, tfiatthe'pressionof

t : J qrecr Jh flC.r 'c Nril ?f <(!), That: U s nalln, .be lawful'for I:. EYE OF His pupAUTimE they have I someone the-.of- law the Territories'was giinc'raluin of

.. ...t .trlt.r.r, yr IWO .off 'bm :any'person or persons to jtnport, Thje >tapst,:perfecl decorum and Suffered themselves to, be 'excited the United Slates to''be.located :

ki' Ii u jiJ ..d )h rJte l. . 0
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I eitt :"f llj eP1.'D ji: ". qpce! .bope .419fl. ,, All seemed. sincerrjy to by the exertions of ;hit, eoeroies.. J tary of Ihe Treasury",'..a*ft'W'" -

I7 .ci fW if tJ r.t... .. bgtJitsj4_ tb?. j i'llaiifd. cStaiea,' feel their JOBS and; to uni?. in They ,have.aow the authority of :$dinittcd1tha5 it-V would :ljave beetitbaufct' :..

'zv tt 1 cIhIMI2nc1pg ea1ii. x 'l _r 1:1 ,' r octt o, be.. '.60 f mingling together their grief and the CurainissioiKr the .General. aad tmpWff, -f6f"C Of- 1
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- ,VJaite tq ? that bate, been 4O1 ..iYor of the .UtierJ Mr,nint-.piea; 'tD'asK .7iibearit", ,.:' ..uac.ofAI1t. aio canJ the soitlieg b4i! tat"K'hHa ; I
bc sppczedsbOWft1t'F .
: tc't it : icauseof -* Yf .,. ,. ,
: I I," en nul!.. 1Art"'l tt rp4,. te coiresMBdeattiertf: th & .Hsr j' -... 4D -'. IfiO" ., ':; f.a"J1'f' ,, .f"" '.", *
: the tC1fliub '. :l 'i .hetbii'r huraanUy' cottld ,bIe- :tf?"Md nir'$t litrf 'PwJTteifttfcfWe -' '(- ..-\i".W 'i .ft'I,1it."f1.tf :1'lt ." i ,*.- %.
reported spt .
_ alt were ( ; .Ii' .1ftt. tie. 1cit.. 8tI: "
ID been promoted in Arkansas Aid tolloiig ctc 1\7 .
propuwd, .
gctUjbCU! : s"I' ;. : ,
'l bsp1EJeeay' ,
't.
" i1 hId !"relf uck1 'Michigan:as eel AS in Fl Florida and, tloti, to the 4th 4 r My:;*TOg. vfcJ; kPptreatP. ,. jVI. ,.. -.- .- ., "..II.," '.". .<: ".,T< r _-.....* .. .'
: CoIgrtS8 withoat with the" Oh fir'CTBilcft" hfclHfid to the, ib -. Mt.w. i. .nv' ''.vfc, ..." "
. fol' the dhf' aud dumb conflicting %WiC .i'. crj W1IV#. i .u', ..- ".-.,. .- ..
.,. .A'fluID township oriand, in Flori- claims individuals or.the .interest ariftfy'tO..r ; *r *.r 'iE'"I < theneebf1tiiuesj, tOC1abDIZ1. .'- .gaed4iiuits. Thebotay.lesi, .:2J" ; fd.., -

. I. ds with would a _not' :Col. :\While have_ of the United State By. the. billows r jttJiiii.'Mt of ubie*'. .. t-Vpoa. life's- ---- "bama Three J'tCa t.r., I Mute'i1d.ubnfoe, Jautt:Preciocts: t .e zici"f" .,. .' ,.' #
: withwii' btrtray- ISUl to reiurnTivin dis".c. gcu. .t; ," .- ,
,M *n, lit. Atlbd court bouie.judges.Tima.thy oJ.at few '
j.st I'
h.d Icist *allt of feeling or sian ; Col. \Vbite .i a .chard by But.: scred; a 'dJ ..cnd.'t..o.the T tdwH, .F.inu1 8yIzidJ CliItP.8aiith.itdJese1Jesiiii'.r..oun '. ; ,b .

jug me for Hie, ttttlitppy fating his ;fcxctllency','Wm. P. ; Duvil, soul, 1 -: ,.'!. I 'tpnh,yoflega' ltheT-tibdao1.Jmes Darbty't ,_ I"J ,
tviiiflitY .
: himiclf While our pUlse&hrg: ...2d. At Florkla-jud/re*; Henry W son, 'AddiflJaucs
tll 'flr.M dk igiicd torrlic"c who pledges to: support .' Darbey & t t": \f
vom the :Andrew Simpson and David Ketk r..3d.dt1 I.yWill.p,1.- .
Is birth \ ,. f' ,
_
day
of FREEDOM
11)c.tion the authority .
16, c6n\cfldr tt it the the charge upon ,
Oneil'l Ferry I judges ;Mr. 3d. Key West : .f
: '
: judges Samuel .
the .. ; 'ry :
should T>e'l\1de to the other Dr. Nelson oi some of the Trustees j fourthTaUohaneei. Of..Jlllg-1' '. : Parker and William Taylor. John .Wlittebcad szid' ilrTttzpalrfci: .. .t .;

Territories;' .erthan in Florida, of the Kentucky'Alylums.tiib /O,. ," [r' 3d..DISTRICT t Within the followingas :'G wftru d F fciy fan at the'City of|( >' '

hich rcaiana the Delr Rate* from having corresponded ,\tb. the July* 39.-Hen !signet; ; limits: MTbe, boundary .lines of Tklteteusee this twenty.thiril;day'of July, <*-:- .,
R. Rogers, the nuraerer- Walton Washington counties." in the thousand .
year
could Trustees of that Inslitutionrecommendtcl ry from qne eight hundred. _
Michigan and Arkatmvr : SixPethttbt nditwenhiM T a,nl. i%* t-j-... ..JStone '
G'eo ; _
,Had"'his arguncnl3becuofktbvror .I a location.in Florida and rJii airWed _atiee on : ".' ; -'. -.. ii.;; '. +. .
urged. or. p -
. :. not have selfish naiure volunteered his Service*: to :effect 'Baturday the! ,t.tt lithe \ sJa.Tttwfnia/ .4TaIr-sayllle, Hubert UcKeimoo, Td United Stat".t ae i' : ''' .. .
l jIlIiBl .
: have I that If this charge is Proclamation oft He 13dvernor Jesae Bryant. w .,- ,. 2S6t.j '-4a.c ..p1".."..'.' ;L. _, .....- -
producedopposition object. '
they might I 2d : At the big prinffs -v ... d
jvd W. ,
.
of ilie ; esv ?
for Georgia, describing: ') --L' :t.
4 let Col. \\ bile account personof ., '
as has been suggested, true, Lewis, Levi F. Miller, and Collin Me Ret. ,-- -4.- -; 1. ___ -0 : 4, ,"
to the pre-emption bill, bat a* it ; he may hate had strong motives Rogers, annouhcingjBjs offence, ,34; tjjjaqua! ; Judges j Charles' S. 4LTL''ppx QFJjo2o4;. .. :4
would have been of a general for differing in, opinion in and'palling for 'Ijis'apprehension* V., Jones, John Uarkley, and Michael _. .,1'

ilicy: the whole al this'instance, from his constitu was.brojigbt: to tbis place, and ina Vatfghan. and Timber .:W ante 1 -, : -
affecting t ?
cbaracter, I' have erred.in. judge few hours five parties of men 4th ; Jfr Dempsey Jone house -/ d .o .'- 1. .,
fI' .It
veil as one particularltctionofthe'IILl enU/he may commenced hot iriu1t.-uvon foot empse1 Jones, Paul M.Jones,and r. '.) nyfrcnu'sO5ce. :..
\ v.uuo' *< uc.ivf> that ther ment for be is not infallible ; the a p chibald Anderson.5tb. Pen1acoZd4u1,182&. J\ ,"

> uuld nave xisied, in the breast of idea that any iiut'" .nd could I and on horseback',
owe member of Congress, so have interfered with the preemption .- : night following! he .vis takeo in Judges; William M. Loftin, Sibs Wood, office, until .15th October .
uny oi rela.iatiun. The claims is unreasonable ; the : Gadsdrn countY.-Iogeri 8' and E.-Jlen. next, for the supply of ihe-following* ait # .
spirit
low as of Florida peculiar .rJ her supposition that Col. White betrayed brought here by hisjcajftprsand' '_ 6th. ; At West. Point ; Judges i David nab to build. -wharf' at .the Wavy ;: .
bituauou; L. Yard.- via *
| White John King and J. Barker. ; ,
of Hie ,\'est.vrfl of his constituents during, the few hours of detention % '
interests
seaboard the
coa: is the i 4th. DirraicTj Within the following :10 5,463 Cubic feet oftombtr of the fol.. \. :
commands the uncharitable and in the in making arrangements for *. lowing dimenion viz :
States aud .. .signed limits com enciug'on the west : :- r
;:hannei intercourse. between 1 highest- degree- improbable ; out- u' the journey to MilledgevHle, a habeas ern Bank of the Chipola at its intersection 1218 logs, 30 feet long and 13 by H 1CThe .

the Northern and Eastern the charge incorrect and originated corpus was. sued out for his with the Alabama line, thence down inches square < .
ih.m bud the Chipola to the mouth 1228 da 28 feet long and 13 .
I enlargement but i. .OfRUSs's mill by li-
extensive and in misconception or otherwise our _. Judge
Slates ; with an I creek, thence up said creek to its head, inches square. .' .
defenceless seaboard of 1200 let him be acquitted before Woodward, after a full; and fair [I and thence to the corner Jackson county 576 do. 21 feet long, and 13 by 14r .

miles ; with a scattered and thin. that public tribunal where he has hearing, decided that the prisonermust I at or near Hickory Hill,and north and inches square. ..:: ,
with an immense disproportion been carried by his accusers. One siani commuted, and await west with the above recited line in Jackson 5,852 Perches oj Stone, v&aolp for tie -
; I
population
the disposition of the Governor of County. lutrjtcttQV; 4 f a> substantial and durable .-
betweeu the fertile I IJ thing at least is certain ; let the Two Precincts vharf. .

J lands and the unproductive waste location be 'made where it may,. it Florida and Georgia-,the next lit.; At Vicker; *tStore judges-OweB All the logs of 30 feet in length must -. -

of ban-en antl--billa and ditunalsw.UUP6:1 will no; interfere with the pre day Governor pural ordered the Williams, Henry Oneil and Doctor Desh be of Cypress,and ,it would be greatly. .

disproportion' which .I emption claimsMr .Graham com- Maishal of the" iddle district.. 2nd. ; At C-in's Store- judges Jonas_! preferred if the whole. of the timber could

rise to serious apprehen- missioner-in the land office has' convey prUO1to ,the properauthorityvih Daniel), Arthur Footer_&Elijal cHoway. be obtained of that 'descriptm;. Iffy* '
Kives 5th. DU'IBlcrVithin the following press cannot be pracured'forthe whole .:* "
bions ai to her future prosperity : I written to this effect to Col.! Gads- GeQg which was signed,limits-." all Jackson County not a part of the\ balance, it must be gottep or ..

with a horde of the most mercilessend den. The rights of the people upon dope 'F. Intelligencer.Orkant hmbraecedy the limits of the fourth dis out of the heart of Yellow! Pine." It must '"'

restless of the savages, who which the Trustees of the Ken- ., trict." i be free from all defects, particularly .
I 1Aei 8fA. The rith1 Five Precincts': wind shakes large knots and to be .
desolated our frontiers, imbrued tuck; Institution would hav&< Jlugut sap 4
have their hands in the blood of I trampled so wantonly, will bcvCe- inal Court held an adjourned session 1st.; At(rman's store-juu'geSfThoV: nicely wind. and exactly. hewed, and out of
I yesterday. The Graid jury retired about Russ Joseph Russ & John IS. Jackson.
our ciltttns: without regard to I speced by the Governmen hat 11 o'clock undei a pointed and impresive 2nd. ; At Simms tore-judges-'Valtcr The stone ito be of the best qualit

age or bix, who now thirst for our. treachery was intended lone can charge fromjudge TCHSKB and Davis C. C. Nichols and Isaac Robinson.3d. that can be procured in this section of-

blood and only want the power to doubt-in less than A month from in the course of tbe aorning, found "atrue .; At Big Pond; judges ; Green country and to be delivered of a size and .%

located in the I the of the Kentucky bill bill" of indictment for murder against Patterson, John G. Smith, and Cornelius shape most convenient and desirable for .
destroy us, very passage Z. B.C.A.lfOXOE,for killing F. Pre- G12ilam.. the purposes for which it is intended ,
heart of the Territory, and occupying ; Dr. Nelson arrived on Chipola-- val in a .duel.-/ t/tana dvertiter.-.- '. 4th. ; At Irving's Mill ; judges ; John AU the above articles are to be deliver N. .

in the event of war, a most :. the intelligence had been conveyed This is as it should be. D. Roberts, Peter Simmons and James ed at the Navy Yard Pensacola. The '

fatal and commandinB position, from Washington to Danville JVfw QJ leantt Jtugiht S/A.-In/"the Patterson. time delivery will be fixed in the con

analogy between the :!I in Kentucky, distance of 600 Criminal Court yesterday Mr. Hoffman, 5th. : Ai Jeremiah Corley's; judges; tracts and must be governed by future arrangements if" ".
there.it no representing the Attorney Geuexid J.CidJed John Lott, Jordan Smith and William for the commencement and O .i'1f
I
Florida and the miles and thence to Chipola, about -
circumstances U?.the rule for Mr. B.$ C-inongc, infer. McNeily. prosecution of the work. The materials .'
.
Kituauon of the other Territories, I 800 miles in that short space preter to said Courtt6\bo.weaufewhy he 6th. DISTRICT within the following as. will be subject to the usual inspection at .

Michigan and A1"kv.ncs1Y. Nam.:, nf junc- the .latter route two hovJd iot rrtnovedfrdin ice,after a signed limits. "The boundary lines of the Yard and payment will be Bade for ,. \ 'j
vulnerable point and : hoTset wtre killed. Where the number of preliminary'observations from. Gadsden county." them only as they are deliver d. --
rally a very .
in so interesting a f elation !':necessity -of such extraordinary the Court andfl. fn :lit 'further I 'Four Precincts ; Bond with atnple and approved Security .-"

-landing Western Stales, it' is I dispatch, Why such silence as proceedings were poitp&acd"till this day.I 1st..--Ai Matthew Fain's housejudgesM. ,,will be required far theexact and ) ;
to the -Lou.State Gazette.' aWe Thomas faithful execution of the '
the tOn i N4 cholson Speight and Matthew ; contracts. >'1
than prtobajj'.e, that Florida was maintained by Agent Fain.2l..At t
more ----
Samuel
sustain tfce brunt and the eve of his departure from JtL Overtoil, ;
will Uave to are authorised and requested to announce Sharod McCall's house judges
fury of war. There exists every Territory, the agent revealedhis ADAM CURUOX Esquire as a can- Henry.Yonge Sbarod McCall and Mars .A aVy.IJgew_ .J
Editors of tbe Mobile _
Governor Duval and didate for scat. in the\DfiXt Harvey. .< Commercial '
liberal secret to '
_
motive to induce the must ,Lrtrtslattve ._ 1 2'istf'rJaruL.Fintklx ,. : ;
Council, asa_ JleprtseMAtw3 roc 0.1 ;4 h.-1. p... J_'.-.'. bv.. .- :nUlljgcuiceiv.will -- -
poV.cyitowardi this exposed '!ec- ethers in Tallahassee ;. and in reply Eastern District this County judges-..-Joseph McBride, Alexander please' copy the above alteration ofproposals .

lion of tbe-country-tber.e is every to an observation, that the We are authorised and requested by Douglas and William U. Ellis. 25-f. t'..

argument for Anvhing population, pre-emplions would be entitled: to the friends of Col. JOHN DB LA RtT&. to 4th-at the court house-.julges..... '. -
F -
for uffuT-diug the greatest facility preference he observed, that upon state that he will serve as member of the Archibald Smith sen. Henry Wilder and Pay -jour Taxes

and trivccnxTagement to emigrants that subject he had not come next Legislative Council fleeted. Thomas B. Wooten.7th GTpUE undersigned is now prepared to

for opposingevery unadvised-that he bad receivedthe We sire authorised and requested to DISTRICT.; Within the following assigned 41 receive at his office the Territorialand
and, consequently announce DAVID limits The
C.
Ps.x tUX Esq. as a boundary lines of
County taxes as assessment made
bist advice that the pef ,
calculated to legal ,
ope- candidate for Leon .
measure a seat in the-next .Legislative county. by Mr.C.Evans,receiver of tax returns .
rate against-ihe settlement of the Sratfc of Kentucky afforded andWttS Council as a Keprtsentative from Four Precincts ; the present year And"aT3dayjtft'e: for. ,1 .,

country with a .deGst white fop "atia&cd hat ne'could locate the,Kactern bi
lation. There can be no doubt of ,vithout regard 10 the claims of 1 vis. judges..-John Uavis, Charles Ponder the :years '1824-5, making-. for_ the' two -'.

the evil tendency of large giantsof the citizens-From all that has ICP1: Lloyd's Impromptu came and lieuben Manning.2dMiChasookyat. years the sum of fifty cents upon 'eac.

land-almost inevitably. they been stated I think it will not be to hand too late for,publication William the house of Col. free,male of tvenjr.one years of age,and '

of denied that sufficient grounds existed -y-vre request pernission to pub BOLitey-judgea-\Villiam Bailey a like Bum upon all slaves above the age \
band
fall into the speculators, John G. Robinson and John Edwards oilY and not exceeding 50 As
lish it in years. the.
considerable our next.ENT 'l
the
who feel none of that fosteringcare to cause people 3d-TaJlahusee- the home of Charles amounts together are very email, and tho .
which a good Government anxiety and to lead to an Pindar--judge..Ed; Van Evour, first that has been called for since the

lakes of Us citizen, self xvjth ,enquiry into-the truth of reports to wm W John Me her and Edmund Doyle. change of government it is expected .>_'
them absorbs every.other conside them so truly il1tC 1'eBting. $ 4th.-St* Marks-.at the bouse of tp1ha' they will be paid in without delay-; aod '
j Gilbert.judges-llabert -D. Jourolman, without cost or trouble. .
ration, to obtain the highest pos- One word more ; the Editor of Pt Or euWol\. John Hamlin, and Jeptha Gilbert. I \V m. Davison .
zible price for the land in ttielr the Pensacola Gazette is in error, 8th DISTRICT; Within the following assigned .'

possession is their object, their interest. when he states, that it has never tED. limits, The boundary lines of Atigust Sh'Jf.8th:. 1816 i. -County.PemacoUt 23 .8t. '

Col. \Vhite . Philippa, Three
Precincts
-
in the Ter- to condemn our former Delegate AN ORDINANCE.
.
of
location
thesaages Philibert, New Orl anl. 1st-at.the house of Edward &L Wan- .
ritory-ana the proposal, so extra- fur assenting to the locationof 16..-.-Schr. rhaih; liura, New : ton-judge--Edward M. ,Wautoa John 7o. ,autAorisc thc kWir.g of Dog6tf: .

aordinary, to grant them more Gen. Lafayette's land. in the vicinity ,. Orleans. Fleming andThomas Hiish. TOE it ordained Ay the Board of 4tderzene : .

land, and urged their removal _of Tallahassee. If itva' CLEANED. 2-atthe house of H.G.Loper-judges ** of the CitY"f Pnuac.la.,That every s

upon the soundest .principles of in tbe power of our former Delegate August 11. Bamsaa .James Osten and H. G. Loper. dog which nuy be found rum ing kt !arge _
---Sloop
policy and justice policy as regarded to have prevented that location \Vilson'New Oreans.SAILED.. 3d-at the house of John G. Rails_. after the fifth day of August next shall i
which however I have reason judges"JohQ G. Rails, William Gibbons be destroyed in all} manner .except
the ccjuutry at large ; jus-
and BennetMaxy Dell. with fire arms and other poison than nux
lice respected the citizens of to disbelieve, he should hate and the constables of saId l
as August 14U. S. Schr. Shark, 9th. DISTRICT Within the following as- vomica) City ,
Morida : upon the same ground, done so-there are many who Ll. Cora. Norris, Norfolk via Ha signed limits, Tile boundary lines of shall be aad they are hereby charged .
it has becn contended that Col.) would condemn him for such an vana. Nassau county." with the duty lJfc this ordinance

should and with omission of duty. To every ont Four Precincts; into effect. Provided, that. every dog
While great pro.
Mew York July 1C.-Cleared Hose's BJufF-judg --Jamel T. havtng a brass or copper collar, (at least .
it is lst-at !
who reflects that
priety might hare opposed all apparent, so Schr Robert Y.,Hayne, Crocker, Oneil and William Mathews junr. I one inch' aDd a half wide) round his neck ,; _
large grants of I land in Florida and large a body of the best land, immediately Appalacnicola 2d-at the house of D. Higginbottom with.tbe name of his owner inscribed I. ;
wsACOLA.PROLAMAION.
of course the grant (supposing in the vicinity of Tallahassee -"L k-L%a> -- c.- -_* .. judges -D.lliggnbatt, Rigdon Brown thereon,shall be left unmolested. ,
that such a grant had been made) unoccupied, and that will anti Lcwellen Williams. 2. Be Jvrther ordained, That the said r.

of lownthihip of land in Florida in all probability long continue a 3d At Amelia bland: FernudluJadgel constables or any other person or per
a .Jt r T "J'Viia :,CharlesSeaton Thomas Beynoids, sonsho, i may kill any. dog or riogs,-according
to the Kcutucky Asylum or any wilderness, jnusl operate as a deadweight ,P and Domingo Acota< .. .' 'to the foregohi 'Section of this ( -4
other charitable Institution. The to the manifest prejudice IhwaY, 4th at WilUa.in-PriiI'sboue? judges Ordinance, shall be entitled to a compensatjon ;;

House of Representatives had of that community. This opinionwas GOT m1*-of the Territory'of Florida. William Frink, Britton"foiight,and James ..of forty cents for every dog. so :
d the writer by 'h''I kiu d. Provided .said log or dogs berried
law at cxnre- .u G.'
sanctioned the pre-emption TUomlTnce wit -
thejrogsions, of Ibe; to, and buried at, such puce' as
-
former Del There' 10th Within .the following
tn'Viii bur U QASTEICT.
gate.
MV mm 'tarivcaVUCsy ; 4 tenth section of tlie' ett'.f the Con the direct. Provided cZw ., '.
.under discussion the and but.little to that the' of assignee} limits," all tbe county of Duval Mayor may
; justice reaon hope gfess the-United Stttesv ttthled! "an of St.Johulnver. that said dogs so killed as aforesaid shall.:. '
policy, upon which the petition of very' rational prediction, of one ofourlong.siglited act to amend. the several tsfqr.tile establishment north.Three and Precincts west ; not be made to appear to belong to nonresidents .

trx people or llorida.pr3y.in g for politicians high in Florida of a Territorial gtrerpoeift 1st Black creek-..at the .boose of,Gabriel of Pensacola. .
the of in,office that of Frenchmen approved'the,' 15th. cUy ofMiy : Priest Bo- Passed 26th'July 1825. :: ,fefApproved '
right pf mpt.on, .Was a colony 1826. -t. lIt ;/ '- v 'Priest i judges Gabriel .
founded, had- been acknowledged.Aware ., will arrive in Florida; inhabit U hereby made known'to tBepebpfe bert Uutchhison and_Andrew. Brincony. '.: ::. .-D, .4IbPrt.. -..'1' : ., ,, .T T.T4ithktts

i>f}be peculiar divribufion Lafayette !d.. refine the Tough Florida; that or> the''rst' !qoiky in. I : 2dal Jacksonville. ,at the\courthouerJnagea3. Jail G .. ".! -_::... ." '
D. Mart,JM. S-reft 'co "r, ...f .
or the.good land in Florida, its inhabitants 'of the vicinity and October twlst-the. }11ttf peIC rrp.-Jv'---. :. of ,cr J; ",

being email detached bodies and. render us, by their contagious example districts in the several precmcti,"jJ0.itS it'fOrthe ; 3d at,the house of CharJes'Bronard: f ,'July 27th 1825. \.: J. .
,
as hereinafter
that; ike% pre-emption claims were I the politest people in these *uurpo of ekctitigtbe! trteeD judges;.'Cbarles Uronard, VV m. Starrett John Jgrispii. .t ayor. :' .:.

scattered all over the country in Unittd States, will be accomplished. member of the LectsJathe.yCouacU .9fthis and Stephen Eubank*, :0J- 22-3t. -i .
i Within the .
v llth DISTRICT; following assigned -- -
evtry direction. it was probable, : Territory under the retrie3' and limits. "All the country south NOTICE. .. \:
if not. actually the fact, that anentire Our political horizon darkened i qualificatiol1, co tziied i thot: C6f and cast of St. ,Johns river within the .

tuwn_hip of land could not .and our prospects appear I Congress The \'e.reeitecl. J :t! boundary Jines,of Duval and _St. Johns b DrniixrnotSyayz, 7 .
ai
named ,
jtjdgei"5afollowing
h.ve bee.u. located without interfering gloqicy, as the ideas of grants, persons e'mm meration'yj*sreby ftP counties/and ,north of the city of St. Au. l. the risk Jut aud 14,18205 incldswt: J .,.".. : ,. '
zEro obviate delay
of the road thence
truttinV.ancl.north to -
..a'b"th e' claims, frqm reserve' ,; Urge' disputed Spanish pointed and rcquirr to po; idev -at .theeveiaI fuenaVisCa," \ to the return of the Bank KoCe''

his ciacuuuuuce M' gbt.ha r. or SiUish claims and: abn precinct to.' ihicj{ ibeir. Jt an from department, not recetvantbeThaliffZ it- 4
been utr1vraT1i WKJiUonuI aiguinriit '.hlindiinlocaUonsucccssielypresent Ue 3ta c1.t eg, Wbefe all the'; ,'judge"tip Three Prerineti; : .:' : of tbe United
.
fur uuifiancuouug a location themselves to ,the mind.I not, or cannot attend it shall be eorop. :t bt'atKinpcy'*. Blofii judges; 1L Jcakins ment'for Patent Eights, all Sb'IDeeV',,
"
tent for of to and Samuel Kingsley. ,
one 'a '
737Cu :
any requestedto.
'n FiorjUz-:f** tile' pre-cniption" In. ,our 'Delegate, however, we side at the election eachi&irict to electone :d at Samuel Fairbanks bousegttdgefs ;roas taking it."with oat, their Pateotf application are' sucUNotes ':.,

. ball pkflr.td. j.iuliJ.iititfrre with have a host, in his exertions we member. -.'_ t :Samud'. Fairbipks andJame* Hall. : trans'orOJnfU u they may know or be .:

. the tuUiioh i t ftr Kentucky Asylum ..may 'safely coi.fidr-we will not 1st.DISTRICT; witUin.thcf'Jllovnnpat. 3d at'' bouse of rrucit.P. Fatior t :adn.edr. U-be 1a '& .'- ... '. .
..
l .. warned limits. "AI|the 'of Fensaeola judges; Francis P., Fatio 'ao4Lewis ..
v ir! the Lntuckybill parsed, despair, we will'patiently watt tbe cHy J&t71S.1'441Ot. : :

(*ttll. .under the satipdsition of ** dawn.of brighter days.. and county,Pen of EcnbaejeofPaJafozaitreet ,, ,inJ.th&u.4cth nC.. Fleming 12vh Dimicn* within? .the feltaviqr' -.t.'" : ,1.Mib ;s rtheiavs' oftUite4 :(: : 4

location. tn'Fl6 rid'a.ti Vd f cieti: ;. Clyis. I.(by EiranutJ'a) to.CWborae. Alabaraa, signed Jimits:The city p/s :Ai n i Sti wiUintert this notice .iaI : '. .Gpe.

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t ,C.l.KTO.xnrDaoQu_, .f" 't I L l NOTICE. By'the ofthe Uniedt ': PROPOSALS ,_ ,. /VMI tLsXei.Xork 'ltrw3 '
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fttnmuWfLlrtrcerve j26. .. .5 ... Presi'\rt\ f .. i4
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.. > "., ..'. i1. :.proposal* ,till (be 31stI <-< .j JM f ETTERS/Tcitataentary'of FitirtLcoxcxo Pairro,on the deceuei.avhi estate, .1 i-.1.:,t' ... :.- ,.',. _),. .. ... -F.rpith.Arn1 j AErPAPERTOEVW11tEf'; in'the: P l 'J >:,' 1. :c. ,m ii.\1it ; l
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# .. 4i-OctGb4iU .to ftihtroops: i nIl.p1'IUAn! of"Law, I, JomiiaAcifcs ;.Quaci ;
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.. .. of theAJmtedtStates Army, that! are ortnay been: granted Kscambia the fubfcfibtrbytbcCountyGoufiof County ; PaideOftbeUnite&F StatesfAingrcs,4d 1!.: 11\JI; ;9 : '\\i: UI4fli1e : L ibfii fiifli nel
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: bo stationed CintonmeuVBrobke ? and nik: N
at i hereby'yrochim : Yet(
I ": with.fret beef from !-thc 1st day.f January 'all persons.; 'having:demands. vgainsi the' same,said bowii;that A'public-Sale will be beld_ at i 1 "'ByGodwinTjscuitomary: : B. (iotte ,.': thi pubbci ritltbe ale fIiCOUftL.t :,

, 182r. to include',tb.3bdq of December estate immediately ftrcreque'iied,and those to present indebted are desired the Land Office &t' Tallahassee,' in, West ,'oh.offering to i1tetp.: i it,|ws met' wjthaizrin that,- ;;;' '

.'1 1827. to make I Florida, on the third' Monday in January '-I'Cjpropo. fcr..A nrw. paper, forthe ands; not merely on*, ."::'rmrst Ic _e
fjl'hebeefwilfbe required be deli ps-meoftG ,: 1827 (or,the .disposal) of the Lands .situ editor'to say something: of the jirie of conduct lodgements,buj; our utmost .M 1 .
veredto the troops in two d&ysin each Uy. Michelet, ate in ttie'Distrlci .of Lands fl'ered'for he .intends' to 'pursue, and of the render it still more .ortb1or

J';' ve.ec Jt the days to..e. designated: ) in such Executor. sale at Tallahassee ajul .in'tlve 4 I quantity as shall,be required for tbcira.. Pensacola, June ICtb, 1826-16-81.Setting hereafter designatedviz c conduct '; but ao hacknied' is every, upon it. It has ever- beenvJkl'the t1Ul1 '

,tions; on each day. And I deem neoes- Fractional tcrwnkhips 1 And 3'm proposition of the.kipd, that_weare_ (tar. a lOCI cuxmpa. "' ..... ...i
. L. ,":sryto appjrise those who. may .cho .e.to off Ghea \ north of Range'Nd:.2, west,. m rut we' shall fall into the very errors we r eriOdicalbtindaritpromiscA-o iJjJb fO lh,': ;. .
C .-oficr to cuntrci (bribe supply' that the $ Fractional township No.2, north of ''5 wish l to avoid, and diffident- in our abi- : ,whic t i 'I

.tb'eef:will be, requited,to. be of the; best Subscriber, having determined, Range No.2, west, .: l lit.es, that should we even present something n.I whatever' b '.ief : f'\1e-!
: >*swhicli'the market can afford,And pwticu* THE bring his business to a temporary Fractional townsftipa No. 2 *nd 3 .. -; novel,'we might fail in arresting! the mayhave been, we"irtitt tba t It,' _-." .

-.. lor Attention'must be Tiad to the butcher close, will sell of-at reduced prices, for north of Range No..3,. west, g.re attention of that public whose support we I have.been;ar le ait, equal 'to. Jtons. -p
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Ing thereof as'A' rigid inspection out will Calla or appr.wklpaper, his present stock fractional townships No. 2 aDd 3 'B solicit. il: .We can boldly assert, thtt _
''atwa1Jbe rde.f consisting. of north of Range No. 4, west, e The duties' an editoraxemultfaz4ous? have At no time spared' any eficrtpense 0, *0
Persons offering to contract, will make Fine & sup. blue and bl'k broadcloth Fractional townsbidNo.2, north of '! and perplexing, and it may be possible! within our power, to gite i-n t
'" their toPoa" in wrtingscaled and di- luhlLmixe.iLazuI iKKH drab caai- No. rmt, J. "; =- tRnge our exertions.will not please"ev' ry to these columnsand'fr the >Dai t
f ftC tft mA. ..:thiq'1IM.ftsr_ ,meres. rtacnuuaf tQwnsiimNo.3, orth of ., one ; but.tliis we .assure our subscribers, nage it has r receivedwe havereatun
*. -. co -Mite pound,ihT* single bid for which Tartan & Caroline plaids, bombatottej, Range No. 5, west, u 5 our talent shall not be buried under the lien ,that our endeavors )have-not to b

they will furnish'ftud: they shall be informed Valentia, toilinettc and Marseilles vest. Fractional townships. 2 and 3, M ground.. wholly! unsuccessful, even when-oUl been Jite.
t oftbe acceptance of their proposals ings assorted, north of Range No. 6, west, Ld The columns of the Spirit 'of'76 shalbe rary, resources' have been most limited .
:: ,either by letter from, or on personal Bl'k scnshaws, sarsnetts, figur'd bl'k Including the.; County adjacent to the devoted to general and miscellanebuslliterature The first number of the next vOlun1t

1 Application to, me at Cantonment Brooke silks, town of Quinc'y. l ; to agricultural interests of which will be issued on the h.gentYofUnth_
i 09 the day above mentioned. White satin green:fiorcnce, Also, townships :;, 4 and 5, north the State, and to information on a)) sudhsubjects day of/Julv. win receive an entirely

I John Page, Lt. Bl'k aud colored canton. crapes, plain of Ranges, 10. 11, 12, 13 and 14 west, I AS may conduce to the benefit of and beautiful dress, and, from the increas be"
atyl figured, including the Chipola country, and part the planter, the merchant and the mechanic. ed extentnreainrveTia've of ou:cocsJ'vulenpe.a
And Jlstt. Com. of SubtUtcncc.'NOTE .
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J, j -No will be received Women's worst d.co1oured & silk hose, o the Hobnes!.Creek settlement. OnthejartjDf/poltocTSwe mar recently rcct"'t:1: :
I After the 3bt'of proposals 1826. Coloured braces, Men's beaver gloves, Also fractional sections'NO. 2,3. 7. 8, not point ..% particular men, but on such for supplying these colwrnns with oiigind
*' October 18 18t. ., Women's white and coloured kid do. :10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23,27 28, measures u shall be r adopted through matter we trust the intrinsic value "ftMs
p .." V- ,_ Dress and furniture prints, Ginghams, 29, 30 and 31, fractional townships No. their influence, contrary to the will or journal will not be less. improved than its.I .
L ; Office of(he Com. Gem. ofSubtittence t"- Coloured Cambricks Dimity 2, north of Hang, east; and fractional opposed ta the good of the people, we I.i external appearance.

.. .", WasJngionJuty I, 1826'.5' Plain and figured book .muslins,' sections Fo. 23,..?4, 25, 26), 35 and 36, in shall) freely animadvert. YY.e shall always The great increase of population, aBi( '
SEPARATE Proposals will be received CoIIarctts, fractional township No. 3, north of Range I keep A steady eye upon the proceedings the equally rapid advancement of literarri :
-. until the first day of October Cambric ami mull do. Insertions, 4 east ail I of uhich fractional sections are : of the General Government and of its offi.r i and pursuits in our country, gi/.
next for the delivery of provisions White tulle plush striped muslin, bounded by the Lake Mickasukie, .i ers., either err, we shall not fail for the support of a variety of other
far the use of the troops of the United I ..Gingham robes, Bolivar stripe., II. The sale to commenci with the lowest point out their errors to the people ; nor i journals, besides the common gazettes cf
I States, to be delivered ia',bulk upon inspection Bangup cord, bl'k silk.velvet number of section, township and Range, tin our comments will we be intimidatedby i, the day. Well conducted quarterly md

as follows : Brown holland, yellow nankeens and to proceed in the order designated n the threats of any man or party. We I monthly magazines are the lroperreee1.

: di'Pen, cola. Irish: linens in aemi.pieces, long lawn, this Proclamation. shall pursue an unvaried And consistent tacles, for detailed reviews, scientific (lis.

: 600 barrels of- Pork '.Linen cambrics, threadsassorted, The lands reserved bylaw for the ute course,; we will support. the expressedwill sertationa, and articles of a heavy and ela.
1250 barrels fresh fine Flour ; Ribbons assorted, of schools, or for other purposes, and the of the people ; having reference -to borate kiud i ,we have need ho\veverof

GOO gallons 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
oJ 550 bushels of good sound Beans .-Waist belts and buckles, flag h'kfs. line, will be excluded ftom sale. office solar only as regards his talents the intermediate rank between those aid

8800 pounds of good hard Soap f Cashmere Gros de Naple andgauze do Given under my hand At the City of and patriotism. the daily papers. None can Inawerurposebetter this

4000 pounds oJgootl hard tallow Candles, Artificial, flowers and wreaths tapes, Washington, this 20tkdy of May t A.D. The:grand principles on which hinge p than a ueekly 'publics.
'. with Cotton wicks Bl'k Ostrich feathers pearl buttons 1826. the liberties of the people and the indissoluble ti on, devoted to such literary subjects u

.. '140 bushels of good clean Salt Coloured flag, madras h'kfs. Cravats, John. Q. Adams.By union of this republic,is the separate come within the cognizance ,penon,
2250 gallons of good cider Vinegar. Linen checks, j and 44co. do. the President, 'il" exercise of the executive legislative .o f taste and information, and containing
One.fourth on the Rt day of June 1827, Domestic plaids, stripes. and shirtings, :llld.judiciai departments: ;; :which_ whenever -tales and essay of such moderate length
:-One-fourth on the 1st day of October. Co. ticking, bear duck sheetings George Graham, suffered to amalgamate or.be placed as any one, possessing-common shire of

1827..Onerourth Letter paper spelling books, quills. Commistioier ofthe i in the grasp of.one individual,will mark leisure, may peruse with pleasure and
I on the 1st dav of December, Scissors, pen & pocket knives, razors 17-30t. Genctal Land O.fflcc.a downfall of all that is dear.to' ,man, p rofit. Articles of t.bi.s kind have generally

1827. in cases, nd tyranny & oppression will,: then bear occupied a considerable portion ot-
p \ And: the remainder on the 1st day of Table knives and forks, razor straps Department of State, 1 open and:Unlimited sway. These truthsw MiRflon, but we have not, nor shall
March, 1828. vand paste, 8th June, 1826. S have been often told by'many, and were e at any time; allow them to exclude all

It is understood that the Pork to be Needles, pins thimbles, fishhooks and TO enable this Department to comply not our.purpose to reiterate them, but notice of such local afiiirs and passing
contracted for ..6 to consist of an. entire lines.Spectacles. with the subjoined resolution of the that a crisis is approaching in the affair events as may properly come within our

hog to the barrel,-except feef,legs, ears,: in cases, toothbrushes, House of Representatives several of omvaationwhich imp\fativeJydemands' sphere .remark. Pu improvement,
and snout, which are inadmissible Whip hand and cross-cut saw file, Claimants to whomfit refers are requested -, the attention of all lovers of our political! i n particular, shall. ver claim a portion of
Should the hog be of less weight than Gun locks gun !flints to send hither 'by mail, as soon as and civil rights to prevent the republican our regard, and the drama will also continue

200 pounds, the deficiency is to be made Brittania, tutania & tinned iron spoons, practicable, Schedules of their respective institutions of our country being infringed. to be an object of our critical obser

tip good fat side peices. 'No more Stock and pad locks cut tacks, claims, exhibiting the particulars required > I vation.
u. than one head is allowed to a barrel of Shoe pincers and hammers.awl blades f by the Resolution, ju nearly as may be, A further developement of our views ,Our late humble efforts to encourage

: pork. The contractor mayat his option, and halts according to the following} plan : and principles will be given in tie .first l laudable emulation among native writers
exclude the hams, and make up the deficiency :- Screw augers, raorlice chissels, : number of The Spirit of 76.Terms by offering prizes te the successful competitors .

with good side peices Wire and.hair sieves, frying pans, SCHED ULE. I. : in different branches, of compvuitU -
The Candles to be made of good hard) hoes chains.Men's n _w*Lflr< cMifiddnt has met with
:1 Weeding trace The Spirit of TO,mil tie published on a. genera
: .tallow, with cotton wicks. superior and common saddles, ;' Ji O 3!' -. Z. royal sheet of good paper, and neat type pprobLtiori.Ve.intend. to follow
The Pork, Beans, Flour,Whiskey, Fine and com. plated curb & snaffle EB-8.-S2X"'IiI, .. at ten dollar annum. the same' course in future,and vail short/!
.:r. =, aE. .!.!. .. B per make kuuwn the conditions .
Salt and which
Vinegar must be. delivered bridles, -- .. -.. .During four months of the it 'Avill on the
.. strong and secure barrels, and the Soap Saddle bags,collars, martingals, !::...=.'. ..tt:a-r.f'i 0 at_ 0o he issued semi-weekly: the year remainderof next prizes are to be given. a

And Candles in strong and secure boxes, Men's fine & low priced shoes boots, C.:10: .. e''_.. fL. '. 2 time daily. It has been our object in the selection
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.of A convenient size for transportation.The Women's morocco and prunella shoes, ..UI ..".."g 0 '"".of .-,. Advertisements will be inserted. at the of subjects; to..combine pleasant'with
Pork,lYhiskey, Flour,& Vinegar, Children's shoes, straw bonnets, 0.Oat:: :3" B"t S customary rates.\ the useful, that our articles might neither
in seasoned heart of white oak barrels Wool.hats-beaver hats castor ferorumCotton c: "t.::# .. V Mobile,'Junt..20tb,1826.. be.too heavy.nor too trivial for-the generality ,
the Pork in hurel"full Kowpod '...., ,.a,=.P:5 oa d __ readers, And we.hare always had

S The provisions to be inspected fit the card, sleeping brushes, 9 (') : tc tt.s'g NOTICE.. due regard to the taste of our amiable and
tlme: ..pf delivery,and the contractor to be Cotton bagging baling twine ft .>::;In.. 8-..!''':';' -5 I l lovely countrywomen. It U for their especial -
)iableforihe expense inspecting, and Imp. & young hyson tea, loaf sugar, =.' a. 0 -= tt II on or about the 19th day perusal that the Mirror is in great
..\11 other.expenses, untlithey are safely Madeira Ten ntfe and Lisbon wines, Q.rs- G' tt.t-: WHEREAS \ last fourteen barrels of measure designed- and :any publication,

delivered at such store-houses as may be Cognac brandy, Holland gin, o w.ra.... .... .<.."_. "-.. Whiskeywere picked,.up on the North: we Are convinced which is so conductedas
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designated by the United States' Agent. Sup. chewing tobacco, common do. <.R-.. =' .=:;)2-E 0. 9 side of Ship standby Pedro JZaoch, mas.tv to meet the approbation ofthe American ,
The privilege is reserved to the United Beat brown sugar, Havana cc Wee, =' :tt:r" .fA -.. m -S -'; ofthe Schooner Amelia and others; ladies, (and many of .the first respec-

9tates of increasing or diminishing' the Cut nails.assorted, German steel, B (') ..0.. .0"0.. 0 ii;r ; In mad in pursuance of the provisions of'Vn tability can be found on our subscription
t quantities to be delivered- one third, oa Sweet oil,lamp do.copperas, =: .ii".. .. n ;_;-. act concerning wreckers .and wrecked list) is also,entitled to the ,notice and el.cottfagemctrt .
1 .giving sixty days' previous notice. Vinegar, pepper, allspice, -V.c Q J.:::,I:3"8:'< 0" D". .. ..0.... property" a Jury was empanelled before of.tbe.male parttrf" sbcicty.Amoug .-

'. The power i is reserved by the Commissary Brown-soap: sperm and tallow candles, c'i-" 0.C"c.ft\.. g...(.'.). N. S. Parmantier Esq Notary Public,who the most popular 'and excellent;

General of Subsistence, of reducing I Window glass, cider in boxes, (p: 0 :.: ... tt ._0 1') on the 27th day of September 1825 periodicals published: in London, are
the quantities or dispensing with one Gunpowder lead and shot assorted, :n"tttc I.- ... .r tt'n.. -.0'3 made the following award .* that the said those, which, like this paper, court the

or more articles of subsistence, at all the Castings, ovens., pots, spiders and andirons ;l++ S'.tJ'E-' Q. Whiskey be sold at auction, and that the particular patronage of the ladies, and if
/ posts, at any time before entering into E 3.< ci'3o flV. ZUJ Salvors be paid fifty per cent. of the pro. the.encouragement the/emales in Lon

.. contract, and this previlege is reserved; Tin and crockery ware assorted, :=:.YI __ ria'r ''4ee 3 ceeds thereof for salvage'." don is sufficient to raise and sustain in the
11 independently of that of reducing one Northern lard, hams, ,. -: 0-1' '" rank eminence.the publications design
third, on giving sixty day's notice prev'uou&ly Mackerel and mess Jaeef in half barrels, .1."!2"n: ; Tljis-is to Give Notice ., ed for their reading, there can be no

to each delivery. But it is probable Shad, No. 1. beef. codfish &c. &c. &c. 45.'D p. n -.- V.O I that the said aw.rd.bas been carried into doubt that the fair, of this country hare
T that no alteration or .reduction will J. ... .-J. :! .0_ 'V a sufficiency of taste and
Jerrison jr. .. n I cr effect and the net proceeds of the said liberality to du
take place previous the contracts Ua s: c'C_: _. ) have been into the same. It was from thi? conviction
Pensacola, June 10th.- 1826. p _. IA _ Whiskey paid my hand
made. .
being oJ c ::r t') The that we adopted the second title which
:: Z owner or owners of said ..property'are
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No advances willbe made in any case .; t: g > .' ri 3 hereby called to come forward our work still bears, and we shall ever be

.whatever but payment will be made only FOR SALE. ..J ,-n,.,rID.. ."P... .", -UJ. .::.. .c..: and prefer their'clmm upon or claims thereto, proud to own for it the name of the LA
on evidence being produced at this of- D: DIES' "
LITXIUBT
GIZP.TT .
If& c-E: .. 0 within a year and a day from the date of :
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ce of the delivery and subscriber Executor the last .. .
inspection.It (X)
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IS expressly understood that at all 1 I Will and Testament of Francisco ........ ... t'V.cJn.) 0 3 ,. I .0 ._... the award. aforesaid, after which the pro. Once more we 'deem it necessary to
Touard late of Pensacola ..g0. .' 1 ceecls will be disposed according toJaw. state for the information distant -
the depots and stations, the-salt is to -be deceased, offers : -n readers
received by measurement} .of thirty-two; I for sale the following property, belonging '=V..4;-J" : 0..0: :-.:J It-;p l ., .. that the Mirror is devoted, (though
quarts to the bushel. .' to.the Estate ofthe said-dede'ased: viz pupa .::: n::r.!! ::s "f.' r ;I John Miller, CPk. not exclusively,)* to tbe"ollowwg sub
When bid The undivided half of Tract of Land ::J -neUl- -W" ..- 3 jects :.
a is accepted, and notice a c.o.r=' .Superior Court of Wctt Florida.
fI) rA 0 Original moral '
thereof given to the person making the containing n..o-: J.h t1 "... "'c Pensacola,28th Oct..l825.-35-laml2m tales-wither fictitious -
bid, refusal or neglect on his part to give .- .... ::r::: 'o g _en 2.s. or founded on event a of real. life in the
good and sufficient security within a reaaonable c4J< m! l. .1 n ::' :=:J tto-: --0 j1 "t 0 otict fluted States of America.
The
CII c3..J =. Censor-T comprising A series of
time, to he specified by this Department n ...00.
it will then be at the option of Situated NorthEast of Bayou de la _, U.I') 'IA" S P CII'a--g .. -E. .. u IA:. PPLICATION has been made to the numbers pathetic; satirical. moral, bujzmrous -

this Department to consider the contract Trucha, on the bay of San Mary de'Gal ..-.J .I 0 .0. =' CQ_. '- :.:..... ;-; ".o.c, CII Bank of the United States for jthe: ,&c.denominated the Little Geni .

forfeited or not.Itil vez, about twenty one miles from the V.- .C-C. .. .. ::J r: .:.! -g (n renewal of the following described notes, .us. Tbisdcpartnentofourpaperhasal.
t .
% excited
C IIt viz ready
Pensacola and : uncommon interest in the
required that persons making pro City : ABOUSE It 0 .. I ::t-
I4 \.. '< =f D.No. 16, payable to public, and drawn from various
posals who are unknown to this Depart -- Benjamin sources
4 ment, must accompany their bids by let- : '& LOTin '5 -- iJJli&-&- 'I .' ;;' fJ) Morgan, at the Office of Discount the most lavish praise..
f .
s: c: and Deposit N.Orleans dated Review of
ten recommendatory, from gentlemen :)0 :r!. Philadelphia publications, foreign or domes
,. ') respectability, who are known to the \ ... t-3 .n-3. : *-A: 5th April, 1819, g 100F. c. "
.. Covernment. All bids unaccompanied the City of Pensacola, frontingot) !" C:1": po ,, ti :tJ II > So' 8:2'f No. 1619 payable to Chas. S. Original Essays-on literature, morals
Akaniz 0 r: (II -001 -i :: West, at do. date, 1st May, 1825 100) history, travels American antiquities
oy such letters will not be received. Street, said lot containing 52 feet .::: ..c.; voyages, -
'rit isrteYirabletbHt all proposals made front by 80 feet deep and known in the s"S.: ; ::E:3!. '=:! .s- ". .O H. No. 34, payable to Joseph the fine arts, &c.

be scaled in a separate envelope, and Plan of the City number 112. 'I ..-4 3 '1'V' ;-Vp"; p Saul, at do. date 10th May,1818, 100( Female Character-manners, beauty,

marked"Prosposftlsjbr furnishing Army The above property will be sold on L. :0 i'r_ .., --C CJ'r g if:. 'No. 4716 payable to Chas.S.Vct dress and education. *
t Subsistence." credit-one half of the purchase ..-; or:2= = 1L \ at do d le2d May J825. 50 ,American Biography-or historical
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; to be made: in drafts to be paid in money S CD ":"'Qe.bII 0 \v5 3749, same date4tb'ucr..- V .frith&-c1f:jfacJivci!! of auchbersonvcf
'.. h Payment on -th C one-year and the remainder: ":).. C jfI a.. : __ 1824, 10 both sexes, AS MveTecom e7 ftWfeaiof -
Department at Washington, or .'At in'twoyearf. be t1'._=' It, =,_0 _- -
.- some t. Payments to secured ; g t.;,.; --. = _ooea'O A. No. 2542 payable'to'J. Coney their heroism, virtue, fortitude talents
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t antic in drafts of by notes ufiith =' .
city or Treasury ,
A the
specie mortgage on : n c r 4 3
.. banks the Westward. mises. pre '" tO ,- > ... 3.. -: ...I at Philadelphia Jan.-1817, 20 .patriotism &c. ,
tu
paying ::s ft .
= : n I
.. f -J: ;;1 co t.:) 4 c... S;iIir'.Q A. No. 1514, payable to 1.Seip Literary Intelligence .notices o*
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Sr '_ ,.Geo. Gibson. Desiderio Quina. :.'. ?0 S1CB C): g.? B or',, .: at Philadelphia, bt.Jan.18Ir, 23 new publications.
Corn.-Gen. of Subtitteticc, Pcnsacola 17th March 1826-. 3tf. d .1$11i1 0 V The Drama comprising strictures on
.. :Y' _: .' :n: -10t.. I :: : '. B;' ;'Bc 8400 the New York stage.

c 'iEUROES W N'l'ED.be VOME .a ;. & n It 4 ,Desultory Selections-with occasional
\ntori\\txtinvv .
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Wanted.. .S .!: I' The.aboyementinednot-ereeii I. I remarks.. .f., ..? ,. ;
4 T 8unscrwe-r :' n : J"E. closed.in a'l letter,of instmcifyns,'delivered I, Anecdotes-:.;humoroiis, literary, blt n.
seven or eight years past, Mr.Elisman ;.2'tt',""
," to Cap t...Andrew Boyd ofthe Schooner ; cal &c.

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:.the September next. I ty, Virginia, sent nit son John Basque to (p":: The'publishers the laws of the Caravan, ,'of New-Vork, which vessel I Passing events of the week. .
f"A two stout, hearty Negrq Men the State-of'Georgia, in-care of his Uncle, United States will insert thU notice six: went to sea; from this port, on the ;17th l'oetry'-original'and selected ;
day of Sept. 2825, bound to llagt'ed /.. Together wrthJinany other.P1lsceJane. ]
** And one Negro Woman. the Mr.'Cundiff After which the -Uncle removed times in their pars.f '
j foen m':1't' be Acquainted with to the State of Al&bamaam!' the v June 13206t. land, for A Cargo of salt, Aad Iot having ous subjects which ttr would be unjacccsiiry I

frmingand: come well recommended youth John Basque came salt is'supposed I since been heard of it supposed d perish.edatsea. :. now'to enumerate. *

!., J in other.reapects. Th6 to Pensacola, since which tidings have WarebpUB8 'at St. Marks. :., From this condensed je/w,of,our pi1t *.-

4 .. woman must be A good cook and, been beard of him by his friends In Vii fUEsubscfib'er'iTM J lately erected Stone &NjSbt.r. :; .i\ 'will be! seen,)\J9th; ihtimateconnexion ot
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7 u f family servant Those firora the ginia. JL the landing at St. Marks, a c mm Pensayla,.10th. _May, 1826-4O-.w6i_ _rn wbkbthis'grcit has wtth Cwery.outer'paror
be and for If John Basque U living be will much commerce arts. and sciences, ] J
_,' A country-would preferred; such, diotu And cecurt AVAUEH.OOSE, where : intrwonorrinerrrwiysources
tl ., answering the above description liberal gratify his si&tenby communicating with he is : SISUAT.'I ,
prepared .receive goods, eitheron pf>> knowledge which_ tUt opens!
S wage "ilib them in Virginia by giving the Editor of Storage or Commission.Wm. ., to.ui,added to the eminent:talent el1m*
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paper AS maybe Wright cargo ed in our support? ; ,we; cannot fail to present
to her_ & Any person knowing \fJ of Scur.Hope Return,from '
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,} PenfAColA, 27tfa July 1826.-22-3t any thing concerning abovementioneJOhnBuquewhether1ivinordead t. "Iars"nec..i )th, 826..tf..FJitNT1NU Ragged Island,just landed And for sale to our .readers. A wetJypaper.,
i interesting, Amusing And instructive,
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