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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 25, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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brunch fro Yfthe'irdnksafhiru baAPYbrother': A Prospect vor, to heal .the breach, wjifclf( .l1ad'- .
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A Eulbjry, on the bvesand femcter3 of JOHN ADAt.ISand THOM &
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opcned-Ut-ocenes: were new though as a patriot the.laid,of his .
..\SJ'EFFEPSON, delivered at the Court House m Pensacola by nativity ',?_ ;_. Int ;
the U'm. HurftT M. Biucxrt: atpec, on Tuesday the 15th day ofAugust'1826 and untried Even ift :that enlightened body, the first in his love, yet.his ,affection for*the land of his fatherswas
; in compliance with a request of the Citizens of Pen Congress, elevated as'it was above popular feeling) and not eradicated. He.vas impressed with a, ,generous
cacola in'town-meeting assembled. contemplating the present and the future with all the belief. ,that a firm friendship ,between. two_ nations_ ,so
calmness of philosophy, and yet all the order and courageof strongly allied by at\lrrt. ctnddl1ot fail ,t advance the
FaLLow-CrxEtcs-Tbe occasion on which we are as* patriotism, many a longing, liogeriig look was cast prosperity of both. These senti.ents.he.rged to his .
sembled, is so deeply interesting to every American behind." Even when the final vote came to be taken on own countrymen, with & teal which rendered even his'
heart, that the simple! annunciation, would seem to preclude that eternal monument, presented by Franklin, Jefferson, patriotism suspected, for the strong, rtientment whick
every embellishment, or amplification of oratory. Adams, Sherman, Wythe and Livingston, a document had been awakened in thtir breast.Could; ,not' be at once _
The genius of a Cicero, or a Demosthenes might. be which traced, subdued, and it was ordered, perhaps for wise purposes, .
fired by the glory of such a theme-a theme as immortal "Moral nature through her total plan that the hearts of the British ministry.. bold be1 hardened -
:l! theif loqur1J 't'. But alas your humble orator feels Marked all the steps of liberty and man, towards us. The time had not come,when thai friendship .
himself oppressed by sensations to which he has no ,words it was approved only by a majority-many, still fondly which Adams so ardently desired, could be safely ,
the faint cf safe and honorable reconcile
clinging: to hope
to give utterance. indulged ; for they had not yet been taught to know and
Our venerated Sages and Statesmen, JOHN ADAMS, iation, were reluctant to pass the boundary, from which to respect,us. ._
and THOMAS JEFFERSON, having reached the goal there was no return. But then it was, that the power of When that second revolution 0 ook, pltce'among '
appointed 10 the race of man, now rest from heir toils- the orator was required to be put forth-it is on such which secured'all the advantages of the first_ the establishment yes-'
they have fallen Lskep, with a transition as mild and occasions that eloquence, is divine, and it was then that of the present confederated Govermeut, Adams was

gentle, Adams deserved the thanks of his country, the applauseof called, by,the voice of his fellow-ci_ to fill the second .
*AS summer evening's latest sigh posterity, and the eulogy of every succeeding age. place in the Republick. Precluded, by the. nature of the
That shuts the rose," With all the fire of Demosthenes,he painted the grief of station in which he
was ,now ,placed, ,from any active
for their departure, deprived of every 'circumstance of his injured country, laid l open. of share in the details of administration, he employed his
pain, of terror, or regret, can scarcely be considered the her enemies, pointed out the dasgers which tbreatmedber leisure hours in communicating, through) the Preas> those .
work of the tyrant death. No, they have only awakenedto liberty-her existence, and, infused into their brave, lessons of his.ripened apericA'lbd,the result of"thosepjnfo : '
immor1'3lity-they have awakened amid th* .k Lac.v:.but hesitating hearts, the,exalted courage; to pursue the ? --rrtcarcuts, : :. ,' : it e-cr
claim of ttrelve millions of their countrymen, the witness boldest"meitureb. Risteg f.o-ft 'pitch of vfetfrustzsnv the classic,writers of America and one,of the most distinguished
- es of the glorious apotheosis If we may be permittedto which the occasion inspired, aa enthusiasm approaching of the ,age. With, a masterly hand_ he anna
indulge the fond imagination may behold the good, to inspiration, he unfolded the glorious destinies of his lized the parts.of every republic which ,then.Tauste,- -, o? ,,
the great, the wise, the blessed, of every nation, of every native land, and foretold that the day on which, America< had come down_ to us,through history. He traced/rat the
clime, on a hill apart)" ready to receive the illustrious : declared her Independence, would be*day of triumph, of causes of their decay), their weakness,or their ,strength,
strangers rejoicing, of exultation through all succeeding time. And with as much ease as the most ingenious artistseparates
.. > just rising into view, !I most signally has thai prophecy been fulfilled ; still more or puts together, tbe'varioua parts of:tire roostcomplicated: .
From earth's di.persmsmists: ,.to, heaven's ethereal blu ." wondrous, the far-seeing statesman after having lived to machinery. Hew_ that property, especially landed
We may behold the translated worthies of every age see the complete fulfilment of his prophecy, after havingseen property, wu ,the fountain of power in the State, that
stretch forth their bands to the patriarchs of America, to his beloved country during half a century in the the more general distribution among the members of
the apostles of the liberties of mankind, and hail, with onward march to greatness and felicity, under a Government society, the less would that power become concentrated.It .
such joy as angels feel, their entrance into the regions of i firmly consolidated by wisdom and +experience, is remarkable that his enlightened compatriot,vf whomI
eternal serenity ard peace. For when we consider the breathed in peace his last in a wish for the perpetuity of am presently speak, WAS led by fib. refections to the
circumstances under which our beloved fellow its Independence S, on the very day of the Anniversary, same result; and was so fortunate .&_ to suggest, a remedy *
citizens, closed their long and useful lives, circum- perhaps at the very hour, which had been signalized by as mild and effectua'1 'as the imperceptible. reno. ,
; tances so l peculiar and extraordinary, we are almost his prophetic. eloquence. vations of nature. How far some of the less .Bartering
tempted to brlieve that we have witnessed the manifestation During the seven anxious years which succeeded this views of the sage,may be inconsistent with reality, let u*
of a special Providence. On the same day, almost memorable day, while our country was more frequently not too hastily decide,but ]leave to .the low and unerring
at the same hour, that day he Jubilee of our liberties darkened by the gloom.of adversity, than brightened by awafd of time. Let us follow him to more active. :Scenes
the Anniversary of our Independence these venerable the rays of success, Adams gave-his individual and unwearied : where be.was called to the highest responsibility, and the .,z
; men, who led ui forth from bondage, who guided our support to that cause,.in which he had staked highest honours. 'Vben.at length the greatWasbington,
steps through the wilderness, having reached the utmost every thing; dear to man.V 'tind him wandering from like the Hero.of Osaian "heard the call of years," and
bounds of human life, ''having fulfilled every obligation court to court, from Government to Government; solicit resolved to refute to private life, all eyes were turned to T
imposed on them by that being who entrusted to them ing the slow and reluctant.aid.of Europe,'end experience. Adams as hh'iii' cesaor.,. But< ,alas' 1\who could >>e found S
those great abilities for the benefit of .mankind having ins all b. *...i.u. foG1 s...r..k.-.4.-Gi..p iDtm.nt :' to lift-the spear Fingal! 'But' '' tHose limes, the van-- '
attained every thing in this transitory existence, which and alternate hope.But at length when, in part through ous and distracting incidents, and their l'Ules, must be
the good and wise could desire, were at last summonedto the success which crowned his mission, our victorious left to impartial.historian, who, unbiassed by party feelings
their ugieat reward cmid the celebrations of that Eagle 'was planted by the arm of WASHINGTON and LAFAYETTE shall render justice where it il1Ue- pan censure
day, which they had rendered ever memorable in the annals -' on the last hold of our enemy. when the contestwas where it is deserved. But his country even at this day
of the world Since the departure of the FATHER -OF no longer doubtful, when the olive branch was ten pronounces with one accord,that the intentions of Adam*
I OUR cOt! 1no event has occurred lo occasion a pauseso dered 'by that monarch, who had lost the brigfhest jewel could not be otherwise than pure) and we may acknowledge
deep and solemn. But it is an event so replete with of his crown, Adams was chosen as one of the negociators without an effort of candor, that :when the helm was
consolations, even to those who were drawn around the of Peace. No sooner was this happily accomplished, confided to,him, .system of government was yet uacon?
mournful couch of their repose, by the lies kindred or than he was selected, as the\ first ambassador a new and firmed experience, that it had to contend with the jarring -
the affections of friendship, as to heal almost at the same independent people, the former subjects of the monarch elements of discord, at a time when the whole world J*,.
r moment that the wound inflicted on the heart. A whole to whom he was -sent, and who had been the subjects of was convulsed by the fires of a volcano; that the mighty
nation has gone forth to testify their respect for the memory his Ancestors. That the sensibilities of both were deeply name and influence Washington, like a vast mound,
"of two of their feHow-citizens, whose only power was affected at the first interview, was no reproach to the had alone withstood accumulating mass,which threatened ,;
that of wisdom, whose only authority was that of vir ambassador and did the highest honor to the characterof to overwhlem his successor, whoever he might be
tue. Every heart melts at the names of the SUCCESSORS the British king, who declared on the occasion that, although And let us in some things anticipate tardy judgement
or WASHINGTON; every tongue endeavors to I he was the last conform to the afflicting separation of posterity. and dare to be just; let us acknowledge that -
pronounce their Eulogy. But that eulogy will be no episode he nould be the first to meet the friendship of our, many-of the severest censures of the administration, of
in the history of our nation, for their actions will'i Adams, are to be ascribed to the excitement and errors of
*... constitute the very materials of that history. If Washington I 'A gainst our orst. appears a spacious land, the times$ and that it was productive of fruits,rich, and
be the rock on which our liberties are built, these :. Which once the fierce Lycurgus did command glorious to xiur country. Adams is the FOUNDER or oua. .

arc the corner stones of the edifice. Bear with mr then, Vast(Thracia are their the name-the fields and tillage people bold is their in war-care.), NAVY. He saw at an early period, that should/we come
for a moment, while I dwell on the virtuous action of A hospitable realm wh>le fate xfras kind, hi conflict with other nations, it must be on the Ocean ;
these great men, although I feel that my words must be. With Troy hi fnendsWp nd religion join'd. oar commerce, rowing with extraordinary rapidity,
cold, compared: with the warmth which already animates 1 land with luckless omens; then adore would there require to be protected from rapacity_ and
your,hearts. 1 Their gods and draw a line along the shore; injustice. On that element have arisen our principal col-
To with the immediate WASHINGTON I lay the deep foundattottt'of a wall, 1 which have M felt and
begin ivreessor, vf And JEnos, named from me,the city call, luions. with those nations, power =
-TSIF: SUCCESSOR OF WASHINGTON In these few To Dionzan Venus vows are: paid, forgot right"; but the frigates of Adams have proved the
"vuits how much more is comprised than can be expressed And all the ow'rs that rising labours: aid; I best expounders of the laws of nations, and ,the most elo ..
!>y all the studied strains of panygcrick For: great A bull on Jove's imperial altar laid. 1 quent advocates of the rights neutrals. On that element
must hate been his claims to the respect and confidenceof Not fur, a rising hillock stood in view; 1 both France and England have felt the energy of
Sharp myrtles, on the sides, and cornels grew;
his.country, to have been chosen from among so many There, white I went to crop the sylvan scenes our Republick-on that element our Bag has won its proud-' '
o. illustrious men, by whom it was then adorned ; to have And shade our altar with their leafy greens, eat honours and now carries with it the renown of our
been chosen, b) the free and impartial, suffrages of an en- I pulled a plant-with horror I relateA I gallant seamen,wherever it displays its variegated.gloriesa :
lightened people, to fill the place of \'\'ASJJ1) GTON. Perilous prodigy so strange, and full of fate- i If the sun of Adams retired behind a cloud, it soon e>
as such a situation mus: have bern to any mortal The rooted fibres rose; and, from the woupd, I merged to its original brightness" ; if his star Yas"dim. -

man, it was yet the highest testimonial <+f his worth that Black Mute and bloody amaz'd drops,my distillM hair-with; upon terrour the grounJ.stood; med at its meridian height, like that of Dan oiaJ nothing
his country: could bestow. And that testimonial was well' Fear shrunk my sinews and congeal'd my blood. ever surpassed brilliancy of its setting rays." Shall ire
deserved. From the very commencement oi our'colonialoppressions Mann'd once again, another plant 1 try: follow the sage to the scenes of private life'? Shall we
America looked upon the subject of it, as That other gush'd with the same sanguine dye. I speak of his virtues When an adventurous sophist pro
one of her boldest champions, his name was already allied Then fearing guilt for some offence unknown, posed to speak a panegyrick on Homer, he was rebuked,
With pray'rs and vows the Dryads 1 atone -
to liberty ; by the simple question bah Hornet faults 2" But the .
With all the sisters of the woods, and most <
.' Each generous Adams, freedom's favorite prize," The god of arms,who rules the Thracian coast-, virtues of Adams are the inheritance of his country ; their
and long before the awfuFstruggle, he had maintainedby That they or he, these omens would avert example will continue to form to strengthen, to delight, to
hU eloquence thoseprincipe&! which were afterwards Release our frays, and better signs impart' the remotest ages His sterling integrity and unblemished

pealed by the blood of our heroic countrymen. To the Clear'd learn, as the 1 thought cause, 1,tu and fully'dwith, tixM all at my.lengthTo strength: truth, his,mild benevolence, the strength of!hjs friendship -
historian and the biographer we must leave the detail of 1 bent my' knees against the ground: once. more ,and affection, bis temperance rewarded by a lonj ;'
events so worthy to go down to posterity for the instruction The violated m111ebll with:.gore. and illustrioas, life, his lore.of: country ssri i gin'death J hi? .
end delight of future ages. Suffice it to say, that Scarce dare I tell the sequel: from the womb faith in a divinevreligiont and.his esignatiba' to the decrees
when an appeal to arms became unavoidable, he was delegated wounded earth and caverns of the tombA of.Providence,:obese, will be the, subjects of.q1a'OJ.an aspU
to the councils of the conftderacy by the principal groan as of a troubled gbOltrenerd ': ring i strain,when the fleetingscenes' which aftract.our in*
My fright and then these dreadful. .word*ensu'di, ., ..,
colony of the Nortn. Here his glowing: eloquence, his 'I Why dolt thou thus my bury'd body read' terestto.daYshall. : pass away, .and forgotten. For- classic .
bald and decidrd character, soon placed him at the bead 0! spare the corpse of thy unhappy friend! : eloquence asdnerve as a writer: for accomplishments as a
of the orators of a body justly eulogi&cd by Burke and Spart to pollute thy pious nds with blood i' scholar' for profound acquirements as a, Pbi1 op.icItatelmae.
Oh at m,'as_ one of the most dignified &. august that had 1 he tears distil not'from the wounded wood*. i .he will ever be conspicuous in the teteple of

ever beta assembled. After: two years of distressing ci"U Is But kindred et'ry drop blood this, and living ran tree in.Trojan contains vein' fame. 'In,one particular he enjoyed" a rare,felicity,'whichin'all ,
, war,carried on by our fathers, in defence of those O! fly from this unhospitablft shore probability will stand a solo,r? exception w efcr his.
rights which they maintained as men of English race, V arn'd by my fate ; for lam Ftl 'lore f! toryIprthe.next. thousand :)ears. Has apairwt he saw '
end claimed, to participate with; their tfreihrru of F.ng. Here loads of lances, in n>y>blottSembru'd," -.,-' .with delight. hi, country advance with the nqrtifflft:of fairyland
laced. when every expedient, every remonstrance, every Again shoot upward by my bloodrcncw gfcat' .must, have bee&_ 4 bis, gratification, ,lijjsi man
appeal, was resorted to in 'vain, to induce an enfatuatedininist'ryto .DrJd n'. Virgil,: !IIj."B e&HlJfes:19. ,, aad 4'' area tto: leave theforiunes. oftba> c. OJI strj, gilder-
renounce their bated policy, our affairs attained -t Polydore, the son of Priam and !brother' f 1.Creitt_,,ib .;,.awkk Lbfmeas. : Use f ida q uof: nit sop, $ a son, whose viriaaes";: aim' abiliB r
o a solemn crisis. The attachment to England the 0" w ,!!r"iJ' :,; ti .. bad subjected to.tbfvieT&wsl .o eat ofjMffiL +
Country bf our common :ancestryyvhose history,hole.arts, $On the 4th of July 1826, the orator ftji, dar: Wh1jlpjrf:-tail! r:r the varioBw&oet ti&b* had filledt
,hose -laVs"Y ose grnius, ,were outs still held.us by ties ed on air.:ADAXS and asked him for t*,| .to).: the tab.te in the afternoon- He,saiforevfr. '< -.ttiYe,"' fJ"': f" .V tit.It1 { al of partf t1ilp.
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became evident that we were exhausting our resources him if he vuhrd to add au> thin tqeBft9t, [ ,, e p ,, ,
and our strength ( \ looking to ray ulterior object s of s Ilt1bleo"- This was within an hour f -",."!:tlona ** 'J......--- the. .;cWt f. te aI, f.Jlte.' Nit : .o ti( ae eve-:

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dole. with an affectionate BOB, fur the loss of' the best uf by the,duties:of i department fy ; view with wonder lived the exact pcri.Qdor* half-a century, ;from iU datcrk :' i'1..
.. fathers and admiration_ itie\vast compass and force of his mind. will *eq i"eaU the weight. of cotem'PDewey ;eel.. '$; +
The name of ADAMS has become' I Inseparably ,united. which could,.comparatively, )t"n rrow limits-, collect -d'e ace td plar.e.Jon the recorcjs of', history j and all the
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t'he'ower of faith of posterity to give'it credit: It wa's aatttrat ttiftV:
with that of JEFFERSON, Jeflcrton, the patriot, the states such an amazing mass, by compression,
the the favorite of his country, the admiration by simplification and by lucid arrangement.. Such is ; the minds of both, should linger upon that most brilliant' -
philosopher,
; man, of their lives and that it should be the last
of the world. Feeble is the utmost ,powerof the report on weights and measures, that difficult problem I moment spot
I language to do justice to his transcendent merit. His in natural philosophy and the'higher mathematics ; of earthly vision to fade from their view ; but that' a secret -
I the" fisheries sympathy should.exist between their kindred spirits .
of unclouded attained' subject the reports on and on commerce, displayinga ,
mind vast every 4
which appertains to human scope knowledge, his philanthropy minuteness of information,. a. profundity of research, to wing their ftighJto the regions of immortality at the
Do '!less expansive, embraced every object of benevolence. and a patience of investigation. which future, statesmen same 'moment, is 'a circumstance, at which we pause and .
with adore the inscrutable designs of Providence.To .
look astonishment, and humility.
His Tame is confined to no age or country ; he was the may upon
been the of their children, for we now call ,them our fathers -
His diplomatic corresppndencVTias subject may
) friend, the instructor, die legislator, of the:human race.
He will be named with Solon, with Socrates, with Plato, universal praise. With ihe. pa'lush, with the French, it is a pleasing reflection, that if ever for a moment
with Aristotle with Bacon. Nature,' kind and beneficent and British, ministers, he main rained. the rights and dignity the warm and sincere friendship, which had commenced .
mother. hat,cast even among the most 8Wage and of his country, and"has gUQn models a.nd. principleswhich with the morning of our liberties, had been clouded by
barbarous tribe some onfiose;superior and "privilegedbeings will servr'as the guideof:all his successors. His the demon of party (long before their deaths, it had' been < '
who have sketched the first: rude laws of society elaborate and masterly vindication tff the free navigationof renewed into the most generous ardor, beyond die powerof
and restrained the fierce and destructive passion ofmen the Mississippi<< shows, how* profoundly! Versed he was malevolence. to interrupt. In the lives of these grew
,: but small is the number of those respleudant eeit in the laws of nations. As a writer, perhaps: no one since mend the historian will delight to trace the numerous .,
niuses, who in the enlightened period of the world, have Bacon, has left so many admirable ,sayings, which so easily : points of coincidence. They were both educated to the '
given rise to new era in the improvements of human life, attach themselves to the mind, without the effort of I profession of the law, a profession which in a free country -
who hare effected revolutions, that in the ordinary source memory, and may be considered a's the steps of reason. in a government of laws and not of men when libe.
of eventBjCDUld only be accomplished by the gradual progress This is, indeed, the striking peculiarity'of all his publickand rally pursued, deserves to be considered ai the guardian
of centuries. Such, was JEFFERSON. The splendid private writings. of its liberties. Before revolutionary contest, they
state paper with which our political existence began, After having filled, like Adams, the office of Vice President had both been engaged in preparing the minds of their
wan the impress of his mighty mind ;' that instrument : he was also called to the highest station in the government countrymen, for the separation, and with Franklin were
which has become the ornament of our halls, the guideof of a free people. It would require a volume to probably-among the first to foresee its necessity, and to
our councils, and the first political lesson of our youth. give the history of his administration. It does not suitthe pursue a systematic plan for its accomplishment. As
Had this been the first and only production of his pen, he I occasion to depict the excitements and angry feeh.ngswhich members of the first Congress, the one from the principal
bad needed nothing mote to render his name immortal. unhappily distracted our republick at' that period, colony of the North, the other of the South they took
:But where is the individual who has filled so many ardu- these must be left to the calm and unbiased contemplation the lead.in bringing forward and sustaining the importantmeasure
ous stations, who for an equal numbert years, has beenso of tater times. Suffice: it to say, that it would be the : they displayed at the same time, those characteristics
constantly employed in the most important and useful height of injustice to render. :the leaders of the great par which according to the author of Anacharsis .
publick services 1Vhere is the man who has so success ties of the day, responsible for all the im rudenreand folly constitute true courage, they knew their danger, feared., .
fully united_ the boldest speculation with the most admirable and malignity of their follower!. Perhaps impartial it, yet encountered: it with unshaken firmness. 'f,. both
practical utility ? He was a luminary even among history may decide, that !both Adams and Jefferson were were confided the most important trtjstvahraad: firJ.t1-tn- ,
such men as Franklin, Hancock, Livingston Wither- assailed by the poisoned shafts of detraction ; that the negotiate peace and amity, with the nations of Europe,
spoon, Rush, Morn, Wilson, Chace McKean, Wythe, partizans of both were alarmed by imaginary dangers, I I and next, as the first representatives of our Government
Paine, Walton, Hopkinson, Wolcott, each of whom was and exasperated by. groundless recriminations. The ac at the two principal courts; Jefferson to that of Paris,
a ruHge star in a constellation of intellect and virtue. cusations of aristocratic designs, or disorganizing Jacob- and Adams :o that of London. They both filled in succession
Even in the midst of the political tempest which owopt iuism, of French or British influence, .were perhaps no the cod station in the government ; and were
over the land, we find him: in his native State preparingthe more than the watch words. ..., ul::war crys of dlsseniion.Cut '"both finally elevated to the first. For many years after ,
most laborious reforms, with all the calmness of Ar 'these recriminations calculated, to elevatethe their retirement they were both the objecta of peculiar
chemides engaged in the solution of his problem. He character of our country, ceased the moment those veneration to their countrymen. To behold in all the .
brought the whole body of the laws of Virginia out of two great nations ceased, by their conflicts, to convulse simplicity of private citizens, those distinguished mm,
chaos, and reduced them to the beautiful order, which the world. But at that time Jefferson was seen rising. who had'been the chief magistrates of a great people,
they still preserve. Every thing was great and originalin serenely, above the tempest which surrounded him ; he who had filled a station more dignified than that of Kings,
his legislation ; ever boldly recurring to the fountains seized the helm amid the most appalling distractions, was so unlike the history of other nations and other times,
of first principles. Every act overturns some rooted awakened by his well known voice the confidence of hope, that it was itself a cause of the strongest interest. In
prejudice, which stood in the way of the progress of societY kindled the warmth of. generosity, and unveiled the their great age, we are reminded of the celebrated philosophers '
or gives some new impulse to improvement. He charms liberty. He called on his countrymen to forgetthe of Greece ; and much .is to be ascribed J to the
was the first, who established on a legislative foundation, past-to repair their posts, and as federalists, as power of that intellect, which they preserved unimpaired, .
a complete toleration in matters of religion, and which republicans, to devote themselves to the happiness of so highly cultivated, so habitually! exercised ; whose embalming
annihilated the union between Church and State, whose their common country. Nor shall I dwell on the partic- influence almost controuled and retarded the decay
tendency has ever been, to corrupt and ruin both. This ulars of an administration, whose results were so happy, of nature. The closing scene of their lives ndered -
was itself a revolution. Let his name be united with that so successful, so glorious to the nation. One only act willI the coincidence almost perfect. But the doom of man is '
of Las Casas, a& the generous advocate of the aboriginal select. but sufficient in itself to render that administra inevitable. If virtues, and talents,' and great services
inhabitant ho had been reduced by the false philosophyof tion ever memorable in its annals. If.Canar andPompey, could secure immortality on earth, our WASHINGTON had
Europe, in the scale of being to a level with the brute. deserved stations & triumphs m their grateful country- still lived. Let us not. then, repine at the unvarying laws
And how can we find words to speak his praise who \;as men-for having enlarged the boundsof the Empire in Eu- of nature and of natures: God, which have created the
the first, the successful denouncer of the abominable truffle rope and' Abia, at the head of those veteran armies, which vicissitudes of day and night, the changes 'of the seasons,
in human flesh, which has entailed so much misery were afterwards the instruments to crush the liberties of and have appointed a time for every living thing to die. .. .
and disgrace on civilized and Christian men. The glow. Rome, what rewards have we reserved for Jefferson, Under the guidance of Hope antI Faith, let us keep in
ing terms in which be dipicied the fvils of slavery proved who more than doubled the,extent of our republick, with view the celestial light, which if steadily pursued will
that as a great reformer, he was no less bold than ben vo-, out arms and without blood?'Andso far.from endangering conduct us safely through this vale of trouble and disappointment
lent. In that incomparable production, the Notes on procured for our liL>crticis,' Jdb."ual.C: 1II'h7 and strength to the regions of happiness and immortality,
Virginia, where every sentence is a gem, where every Without the great Mississippi and its,outlet to the sea, where we shall meet again with those whom we esteemed .'
could we have retained the 'mighty States which have and loved, and_ venerated on earth. O illustrious .
trea-sure arisen on its tributary waters, or could we hare.preventedthe names of WASHINGTON, FP.ANKLIN, JEFFERSON, ADAMS 1
by the gratitude of America, of the new world as the advance of a deadly enemy: into the very bowels of the delightful to every American ear-dear to humanityever -
w complete and triumphant vindication from she aspersions, land ? The universal consternation and dismay, which living in the remembrance of posterity Cities may
the prejudices of the old. The vain and arrogant philo- were felt a few years ago, at the dangers which threatened disappear-empires may fall-monuments'may be Crumbled
phy of Buffon, of Raynal of Robertson, was dispelled likea that portion of the Republick, when it was saved by into dust-but until the light of civilization and
mist before the rising',sun, and the glowing I landscape, the courage and consummate skill of the HERO, who in science shall be extinguished, by an eternal night of barbarism .
Was revealed for the first time to the wise men of Europe.As the words of Jefferson, baa filled the measure of his your names and your honours shall remain
the legislator of his native State, Jefferson acnieved country's glory"" sufficiently proved at what a price we FOREVER. mi JMJJM O ccccccf' MM -
'' v a victory over the opinions and pride of his fellow-citizens estimated its value. Copy of a Late* addressed by Thomas Jejerstn to the .May1 the
which scarcely yields to that of Lycurgus at Spar Let us contemplate the Sage of Monticcllo in the retirement City of Washington, in answer to an invitation to join in the celebration
': ta. He, it was, who first set the example of that Agra. of private life. Become the ORACLE of his country, of the 4th o/Jtly 1826 in that Metropolis. '
rian'law, which unlike that of GraccHus, was effected but unlike that of Delphi,"'whose shrine, was enriched by MONTICELLO, June 24, 1826. -
without violence, and was based on the truest principlesof its votaries, his abode was the scene of open hearted gen RESPECTED SIR-The kind invitation I received from
wisdom, justice and humanity. Well has it been de- erosity, of noble hospitality,and the fountain of charity you, on the part of the citizens of the. City of Washington,
znonstated by Adams, that where vast disproportionatewealth and brne.olt"nce.Ve find him in this retreat, still con to be present with them at their celebration of the Fiftieth'
accumulates in families, aristocracy is vitable. sulted on whatever might tend to advance the prosperity Anniversary of American Independence, as one of the '
The downfall of Rome, and of Sparta, the lamentable fate of the Republick. We find'..him employing precious surviving signers of an instrument; pregnant with our'
of the virtuous Gracchi, and the no less patriotic Cleome remains of a well spent life.in fostering institutions oflearning own and the fate of the worlJ, is most flattering to myself '0'
Inca, are chiefly ascribable to this cause. The monopoly ; convinced that the torch of science,. must illumine and heightened by the honorable accompaniment
of thejanded properly in a few hands, necessarily rendered the path of liberty; ,His house was the Meccaof proposed for ,the comfort of such a journey. It--adds
the the Wisdom :sensibly to the sufferings of sickness, to be deprived by it
the mass
: great majority population, a plebeian votary offjhe/learned and ingenious of
without stake er interest in society, without pride, with- every country. The distinguished foreigner who visitedour of a personal participation in the rejoicings of that day ; .. "
out virtue, and the fit subjects of sale and barter, betweencorruption shores, scarcely thought ,he had seen America, until but acquiescence is a duty under circumstances not placed '
and ambition. It was this which enabled Syl- he had seen Jefferson. His delightful conversation his among those we are permitted to control. I should, indeed '
la to oppress his country, and Caesar to enslave it. admirable equanimity of_mind. the undeviating regularity with peculiar delight, have met_, and exchangedthere
Through the exertions of Jefferson, the law of primogeniture of his life, his patriarchal age his profound learning, congratulations personally, with the small band the
was abolished. and the contrivance of entails doue the various and interesting scenes of which he had beena remnant of that host of worthies who joined with us, on
away- -every child was made to share alike in the,bounty witness, or an actor, rendered him an object, of its parent, as it ought to be equal in his affection. The voyage across the Atlantic," to visit. But when at last. make for our country, Between submission and the
example has been imitated by every neighboring State ; the fatal sisters, appeared to cut short the the thin spun I sword ; and to have enjoyed with them the consolatory fact
but the time has not yet arrived to shew the full effectsof thread of life", he prayed lIat it might be prolonged to that our fellowcitizensafter half'a century of experienceand
this admirable innovation. The career of wealth and the u great and glorious day" of independence ; the wish prosperity, continue approve the choice we made
honours, has beta thrown open to industry and merit, was granted, and uttering favorite quotation, now, May it be to the world, what I beleive it will 'be, (to. some
wherever it ma) bf' found. The freshness and purity of O lord let thy servant depart in peace." parts sooner, to others later,.but finally to all,) the signal
society thus preserved by the continued renovation of -"He sunk to rest, of arousing men to burst the chains, under which monkish -
its elements t like the particles of air we breathe, or the With all his country's wishes blest." ignorance and superstition had persuaded them to
t drops of water in the rurniagstream, at which we quench ADAMS and JEFFERSON are gone-Let us mourn the bind themselves, and to assume the blessings: and security ..
our thirst. sad reality of their Itss-Iet us rejoice for the gloryof of self-government. The form which we have substituted
'. Jefferson, like his compatriot Adams, was chosen to their departure-let us condole with that solitaryand restores the free right to the unbounded exercise of
fill. l.the first offices in the Republick. Aftcf having beenchief venerable'man, the companion of their glory, CAR- reason and freedom of opinion. All eyes are opened or
magistrate of Virginia, during the most trying ROLL the model ,of accomplished gentleman, the opening to the a'ights.of i man. The general spread of ,the'
scenes of the revolution, he was appointed ole'of that scholar and the patriot. Washington, Franklin, Jefferson, lights of science has already laid open to every view the
illustrious commission, which negociated the treaty of Adams, have passed to another and a happier existence, palpable truth, that the mass of mankind has' not been .
peace. He was afterwards our first ambassador to Paris, bur their names will.be' associated" here, as the TOUNDXRS burn with saddles on their backs nor favored few, booted -
where the amenity of his rnaurers and be elegant ac- OF A MIGHTY HEFUBLicK. Washington, by the suffrage of and spurred, ready to ride them legitimately, by the
complishnvents of his mind, among a polished people, .aU.posltrity. and of the universe. has been assigned the grace of God. Thcs;: are grounds' of hope for others ;
,- rendered him the delight ofevery circle. There his elegant first place' ; not becaud '.Jre- weilded the sword, and crown- for ourselves let the annual return'of this day forever. refresh
classical attainments, his profound acquaintance ed he "gr eat work. .with.. .sliccess*.> ,:but because his virtues our recollections of. these rights, and :an undimiri-'
with every thing useful in natural history; and. .the arts, as a citizenhis' t s'i' a statesman, his authority as iiihed.devotion to them. '
found a theatre for display, a field to expatiate. Perhapsit i a magistrate, his god olike.purity and disinterestedness as I will ask permission here to express the pleasure with
would not br hazarding too much to say, that none 'of a patriot placed him beyond the reach of envy, of rivalry, which I should have met my ancient neighbors of the
our countrymen hud ever before appeared abroad, who .of competition. Nor should we conclude that because City Washington and its vicinities, with whom I passed .
combined so many elegant attainments, or who could Adams and Jefferson- have not been seen at the head of I so many years pleasing social intercourse inter
, hold so high a rank among the literati of that celebrated legions, they were destitute! of the courage and capacity : course vvjiichso much relieved the anxieties of"ihepubliccares
. metropolis ; and it must be admitted, that no individual' for command ; such miuds- .cannot be allied to fear, and I and left impressions so deeply engraved in my affections
. has since done so much to elevate the character of our. those who commanded.nations. surely might have commanded as sieve ,.lo be forgotten i With my regret that
country, for those qualities, which belong a refined and armies. ill health forbids me the, gratification an acceptance,
civilized pro JI le. Princes, and titled dignitaries of:_ We may seek in val+i through the whole range of history be pleased to receive for yourself, ,and those for whom.
boasted anccsiry" in their own assemblies were eclipsed, for oi narallel.to( -the lives and deaths of Adams andJdTenson. you" write, the 'assurance'of. my' highest respect and.
by the noble of nature. On. his return to the U. Slates It would. have'been remarked as extraordinary, friendly attachments. < .
he was chosen upder the ,newly established confidera- if any one, of.our revolutionary worthies.had expired .theanniversary ,.. 1 .Thomas: JeffejjBon.JtPpotrUmtntf .
r it cv ai the,minister and organ of the administration of of Independence ; still more if that,one hadbeen by the President. /?, ,
Washington. In. the various masterly reports, called for : instrumental"'in bringing about, the e'ent.; but wheniMball WILLIAM. H..A' .Err.. Receiver- of'Public raonefrt. for theDistrict
----- be ..told" thaxWfe'the:'author and ihe advocate. ofthcdJeclaratioo of East".Flprjda.I -* ;7T
Mae Walton' the widow.of George Walton one of the. s igners of ,so pregnant' with the fate,of'.unborn rnilItonB ( '. DowNixoi Re' inter of-tfceLind ,OIBce fo: the same -
Jbe Declaration: of Independence, was present. J ( departed on that anniversary, after' having. district ..
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be afforded tn opportunity of exculpation \
youM q hbecktract.bt shall be
I and of his enemies. DIED.-In'this,City, on Tuesday 22d required to' .
silencing Dating: Bo'jbt-r' .
P gAtU; Ib a.j..The nature of the charge, and the authority iiut. Mr. Jxxxs CAB, formerly of New purchase a reasonable from valuation the present,the,whole contractor at .
York, and for several 'real. or'D1 ic '
circulated years past a Quarters of"fer.j&aDmb.
which it was imposed ,
of ft the.
upon I part the stage ,.
property iactatfeg
yEIDAf. AUGOST2J., 1826. I this course upon "Cms u a duty,: dent i- Pensacola. .. .t enesthattnavbe suitable for the ser- i.Hospital, Cantoneweat Clinch: were 4*. I -

I and for its performance, be is entitled to : Jjzc, and make payment therefor by entered k/some consummate villain earlY .. ..
feritf .an. /zcur. j the thanks of Col. WBXHE and his friends, : SHIP NEWS, /H reasonable instalment, as his pay becomes tins mo lftg. 'twixt the hours of t and $ v .
innocent if not, the A. M. and the following articles ,e',
if CuI.'UlTE is ; due, or as the parties may fen-
,Eulogy.Vi1 C I agree. Mae
-JjracLCllric1gc' of the In the TJout Pens\\co\a. PORTABLE 1rRJ7'J DESJCM .
gratitude people. ur..eI These terms will be made a condition
with 1 "': Qf. PJf: W
a I
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day GOLD fft VT
to :
r,$eut our readers : adopted by "Cms"I see every thing to ; i in the acceptance of any bid under the Ii kewi.e The villain ,
1 crjirr treat in the eloquent commend, and in the enemies of Col. i ARRIVEDV bid of the present contractor; and sliouldthe entered the Quarter of the Hospital -

.'cb delivered by the Hon.\:11. WHITS every thing to censure, should he August 24.-U. S. Sloop of War HOT- underotdder fail to comply with tnem, Solditr's Matron and carried off a quantity of _

**IU logy.j -..-j.ijgtji'jcgc ; on, which the be enabled to establish his innocence of net, Samuel Woodhouse Esq.commander, his bid.will be offered to the present contractor clothing. consisting of .

itn ; is--read it, a judge : which I entertain not the s-nallest doubt. I, 14 days from Matanzas-all weU. On the ; hilt ihouJd. he decline making &ArTroiff9er., lsc : '

: comment : b The cbarges against himinvolve so much 22d spoke vessel, name not .known 59 the contract at that rate, the proposal of ne jbber .. supposed to be a ', ,

|lor your5the There &o strong contradiction and absurdity, that no one das: out from New York bound to Mobile the underbidder- will be accepted unconditionally. negro named Jose of large stature young and ,
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resemblance between one pas. can believe them unless he is carried away in want provisions-furnished them witha remarkably'Urge feet, employedhy Dr -

of this Eulogy and one in the by prejudice antI passion, and at the supply. r.. 11. No bid shall be withdrawn after uacomb in the month of June as a waiter

lEe of GOT. 'i Jlcr of Virginia same time gives credence to the idea that August 4.-Scbr. TwoFriendsy: the time for receiving bids shall hire expired Twenty Dollars *
iirauon C< 1. WUITB is a madman. Many honest and should any person refuse to Reward" '
that it ls perhaps proper \{%, I men have been innocently misled on this Beauvais, Ne\ .Or1eanla.! ,i ..take the contract at his bid, he shall be i is offered, for the apprehension of the _

,tate, that we had the pleasure of", occasion, for whom should be made every CLEARED. .3 l.held. responsible to the Department for Robber and recovery of the watch. .* ,.;_ _

that judge ractcn.ridge's charitable allowance; but let those August 19th..-Schr. Thorn; t he'difference between his bid, and that August.. 24,1826H-26tf.. .t -
1)
t.fOWIOg Eulogy was completed, be. who eriginateJ, and were active in the Maura, New-Orleans, with 13,000 at which the contract shall be made. No + I' :, _".' ; .N.: .._ 1

bad opportunity of propagation of such charges, account to bricks by J. Noriega. t decisions on bids shall be made known NOTICE I ", ..,
fore be an pc the people, why ,and wherefore they, .before.the 18th of October. The assignment ; ,
SAILED. I
Tusing that of Gov. Tyler. I practiced upon them such wicked and of any contract without the consent OTpHE undersigned having been order-

deliberate impositions August 18th.-U. S. Transport pfthePosVMaster General, shall forfeit *A ed by the Hon. the Countj Court of '" .

\Vc have been requested by the41mittCC I It is now certainly ascertained, that the Schr. Florida, Baker, Tampa it-and to all cases-where application is Escambia Estates of County" JAMES, to administer on the

furnished I location of the Kentucky Asylum will not Bay. made to the Department to tanction a FUNN, DOMINGO .
who us GONZALEZ &
I be permitted to interfere with the rights transfer, the terms must be fully stated. F1WNC1SCO HEJIDO, -
Cth.-U.. S.
August Transport'Schr. I Intestates who have
vjtt2 the account of the proceed- pre-emption. In this opinion I alwa'sreposcd Should a contractor orhis agent engage died leaving property

in this City, in honor of thedcarted the utmost confidence, the excitementon Friendship F'!:tcr: Mobile II : in the transmission of commercial in this Territory" _

:ng' fathers of their country, Chipola to the contrary notwithstanding Point. information, by express his route more Hereby Requests
--------- rapidly tlun the mail, he shall forfeit his
s'atc, that It was pel feetly apparent .
.:lliZB and Jrjferon\o to my understanding, that obc-r re le \} \IJ contract. all shaving demands against the '

.hey feel much refirel al having flection would correct th: errors which a 12. If a route should be discontinued estates of the said Intestates to present ..

,'cideutallr neglected to return momentary effervescence had createdand FOR carrying mails of the United by Congress, or become useless!! in wholeor I the son i m4iKnnjnctr.and-rnose' rncebt-
the excellent band on the following Post Heads in in the opinion cf iJ- :ed tu the make '
heir thanks for tint thcie would be a reaction upun part, -rwst-SIas- same to payment forthwith -
will be received at the General Post Ofice .
music furnished for the ,occ?. I those, who had projected, encouragedand I ter Oc!:!::;,, TIC' may limit or dispense I to
cf in the until the
City Washington,
-trith theservice of the making W. I I
countenanced an unworthy scheme contractoron Hasell
attention of Col. Hunt
tion, by the polite : 12th day October next,inclusive.In him .
to prostrate an honest and useful public an allowance of one month'sextra
iid also to add that the Deputyjor
Clinch : '
; Florida.
servant. The occasion was seized with pay.

titirens of Pensacola evinced their great avidity, but like most others of a 263. From Burnt Corn, Alabama 13. The contracts are to be in opera. H. Crupper CPk. -
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respect for the occasion, by closing similar description will overwhelm its Itoad Forks, or Frazers, to Pensacola by HOB 9ii the first day of January next and C.C.E.C.
authors in to continue four Pensacola, 24th August, 1826268t.
their store doors and a general shame and conftiHou twice a week, 94 miles. years. '
xPoit'Mutter ,
Ifrumor is entitled to confidence, the John McLean
suspension of business, on the Leave Burnt Corn and iix
1 every Monday '
location of the is invalid eoaii'
Kentucky Asylum
day of the delivery of the Eulogy Thursday at 6 1.2 a m and arrive at Pen : General ; No. %.
on a ground as exceptionable, asthat
sacola on Tuesday and Friday by 3 Post Ofice Department, July 12th, 1826. '
m.
illustrious patriots. p
en those of conflicting'with the claims under the 26-7t. THE Members of Fire Company No.

__ ... act granting pre-emptions. The Leave Pensacola every Saturday and i __ particularly requested to attend

Two, Mail a eek.-We feel]I has Iot selected the land in a agentL' ,Wednesday at 9 a m and arrive at Burnt I) 8..wing Next J\ln b. an extra Meeting, on Saturday alter-- "- ..... ......... ,

in laying the following township, as conveyed by the act of Congress Corn Sunday and Thursday by 6 p m. noon the 26th Instat the Engine House ,
great pleasure but has it sections 264. From Pensacola at 4 o'clock .
I taken by or other by'Gadsdenciiu precisely.
andat Grand St Lottery of Vir
readers
letter before our denominations of quantity, whereverhe Jackson c. h. and Walton c. h. to Tallahassee 'J/Rieketts: '

the same time refer them to could find the best land. This is alto once a week, 220 miles. _, ginia. .

the Post Office advertisement I gether inadnvssable, and an outrageous Leave Pensacola every! Wednesday at Firtt Clataforthc Bcncfif.of the Pensacola 23d Secretary.
to departure from the provisions and spiritof 6am and arrive at Tallahassee next I August 1826.
day.
published ,
tI
) the law in which the donation is made. Tuesday bv 10 a m. MONQNGALIA ACADEMY. !,.
Pott Ofice Department
The act of gives the Asylum, .------- .
25r/ July 1326 5 Congress Leave Tallahassee every T"'isday at 2 NOTICE.THE .
Sirf-You will perceive by theP. "one township of land, excepting section p m and arrive at Pensacola on Tuesday. J. L Cohen jr. 8S Brothers

numbered sixteen" &c. Now let me ask, 265. From Tallahassee the pleasure to announce to the difficulties heretofore existing .
,
O. Advertisements that two by Sewany HAVE
whatis ? Cel eatino Gonzalesand .
a township To any surveyor or: the) first scheme of the my-
and Dills to St. Augustine once
mails a week are to be providedto mathematician the answer is suggested week 237 miles. a GRAND STATE LOTTERY OF VIRGINIA elf have been amicably and honorably -

Pensacola.: This will in a without the smallest difficulty. A Town Leave St. Augustine for the promotion of Education adjusted. .lny publication made by myself

great measure supply all your: ship is composed of/arm and quantity; in" 2pm and arrive at Tallahassee every Tuesday the next at: &the benefit of the Monongalia Academy.The character on this of Mibject derogatory to the .
it must be six miles and Gonzales are recall
its/arm, hereby
and obviate tbe inconvenien- square Tuesday by 10 am. scheme is arranged on the Odd and
wants ed.
in quantity is to contain 36 sections of _
Even System, which mode of draingsecured
and irre nl cities noticed in[ Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday at 3 "
cce C4U acres each. Where is 'do.
a township Moreno.
p m and arrive at St. Augustine the next ( by Letters Patent under the ".
your letter of 30th June ; except bestowed as a donation, you cannot depart Tuesday by 10 a m. Seal of the United States) has been adopted Pensacola, .9u sl18th.Brackenridge's.

M) far as they are to be attributed to c from the form, if you take the quan 266. From Tallahassee, by Decatur c in consequence of its established -I -; ,,

high waters. tity which it contains. Nothing will au h. to Pindertown, Ga. once a week, 160 and unrivalled popularity. Eulogy. -, ,
thorise such a departure, but a .
Rf'sp'. specie miles. The whole to be drawn IN _
provision in the act making the don A few .
Leave Tallahassee, copies of Rraclrpnnrlir. a Fnlna-v
Me. Lean. every Wednesdayat ONE ------ ,- -
DAY
John tion. There is nosuch ipecial clause in and will take the lives and Ion --o
4 and characters
a m. arrive at Pindertown on : ef ,

\v. U. Uunt Esq .1 the ylum act ,for and the they benefit cannot of the claim Kentucky it, If, Friday by 6 p. m. place on Wednesday, 27th of ADAMS AND JEFFERSON ,-

P. M. Pensacola1'j, they have exercited the power which I it 'a m Leave and arrive Pindertown at Tallahassee every Saturday on Monday at 6 next month (Septfr.JIn will be struck offin pamphlet, and ready

I would confer, the whol proceeding is by 8 a m. the City of Richmond, for sale at the Pensacola Bookstore oil .
The follo\ving are Extracts from illegal ; and were they treated as their HIGHEST PRIZE Wednesday next.Pensacola '
letter from tbe Hon: Joseph M. extraordinary conduct deserves, they 267. From St. Mary's, by Col rain, I 25th Iugusti826. :

White, to the Editor, dated at should not be permitted to locate it in Crawford on St. Johns,and Jacksonville; 20,000BRILLLIAT I ._ :-4' ., _
any portion of the Territory of Florida. to St. Augustine once week, 100 siiies. JLTERATJOJV :
Harrodsburgh Ky: 19th July. I Justice.For Leave St. Mary's every Saturday at 4 PROPOSALS.

I am thus far on my way, and 1-2 p m and arrive at St Augustine on T SCHEME ...

hall proceed on in three or four the Peniacola Gazette Monday by 6 P m. 1 of 20,000 g20,000 Stone and Timber Wanted. (

I Leave St. Augustine every Thursday at 1.of 8,000 8,000 I
weeks home. 1 have written to ELEGY. Navy Agent's Office, '
, 6am and arrive at St. 2.
of
: Mary's on Saturday 1 4,000 4,000
the Secretary of the Treasury i Penaacola,.I1ug'e. I, 1825. 5
On the death of Major Saunders /Jonoho I by 10 a 5 of 1,000 5,000 ,

some time since about; the locatiun who was: assassinated at Camp-Clinch,, ra.Notes.. 20 of -100 2,000 Proposals will be received

of the land: for the Deaf & DumbAs'lum near Pensacola, July 7th 1826: 1. The POt. Ia. ter General -- 50 of 50 2,500 SEALED office, until 15th October

and protested against its the mails and alter the times may expedite for 100 of 20 2,000 next for the supply of the following materials .

being located over the settlers. Mourn, Soldiersmourn arrival and departure, at any time during 300 of 5 1,500 to build a wharf at the Navy _
For the and the brave io
good Yard viz
of 4 ,
12,500 :
He has decided that the settlers the continuance of the contract, he 50,00o
From standard pay .
your torn 10 5,468 Cubic feet of timber of the following -'
ing an adequate compensation for
have the prcfeience. "I trust I. And consign'd to the grave, occasioned any extra 12,978 pries, am'ting to g95,000 dMentions 'Vi:;

shall! soon be with you." Uy an assassin's dark and bloody hand .. 2.expense Seven ninutes shall thereby.be allowed for 1%,022 1218 logs, 30 feet long and 13 by 14
Our readers Mourn, that he had not fallen, with his I incheasquare. .
are requested to opening and closing the mail,at all offices .
brand, 25,000 Tickets 1228 do 28 feet long, and 13 by 14
pay: particular attention to this where no particular time is specified. g95,000
Flashing destruction on his Country'sfoes inches
letter. By obstrving the date 3. For every fifteen minutes delay, in MODE OF \VJNG-The numbers square. .
arriving after the time in will be nut in one wheel as usual- 576 do. 21 feet loner. and 13 b14-. --
prescribed -
they will perceive that it was In yourembattldfront, where jflory any inches -
contract, the contractor shall forfeit ten and io the other will be put the Prizes above square. '
written only fire days after we throws dollars; and if the delay cnntinue until the denomination of Four Dollars 5,852 Perche of Stone, suitable for the

received information in Pensacola .'Jn halo round the patriotsoldier'sbrows i the departure of any pending mail, and the drawing to progress in t he usual I construction of a ,;tubatantial and durable

of is manner, The 12,500 prizes of Four dollars Toharf .
the excitement on Chipolain relation whereby a trip lost, a forfeiture of
When, as th'opposing squadrons, routed, All the of 30 feet in
the double the amount allowed for will be awarded to the odd or even I logs length, must'be
to location of carrying
improper fly, numbers of the the of Cypress, and it" would be
the mail one trip shall be incurred Lottery (as case may greatly _
the Kentucky Asylum and yet Col. lIe falls and dies,.that death all warriors: it shall. be nude to appear, that, the unless dependent on the drawing of tht preferred if the whoie of the timber couldbe

White had written to the Secretary wish to die. delay was occasioned by unavoidable accident capital prize of Twenty Thousand Dollars obtained of that. description. If Cypress ; -

of ihe Treasury on the Bubject ; in which case the amount of pay -that is to say, tf tne Twenty Thous- cannot be procured for the whole or

and received :his answer.. From Weep, Parents, weep, fur u trip, will be forfeited. These forfeitures sand Dollar prize should come oat to au a part of the balance it must be gotten .
For a dutiful son it will be observed odd number, then every odd number in out of the heart of Yellow Pine. It must .
this it appears that our Delegate: In death's last sleep are unconditional be free from all
defects
except for the failure-of the scheme will.be entitled to a four dollar particularly
hnmrdiutely on hearing of the in- To the tomb has gone, by unavoidable accident, the a trip, : prize ; if the Twenty Thousand doi- wind shakes, large knots and sap ; to bt .

trn'inii of the agent to trick the Whose filial love and tenderness was such]:, be reduced to the pay for one penalty trip. Tlut may lar prize should come out to an even number nicely and exactly hewed" and out of .
That, as his life blood pourM and death* then nil the numbers in wind.
cttlers even the
on Chipula out of their on no condition is this sum or tUi other .
''omes, instead of Assisting: him cold touch penalties stated, to be remitted. scheme will be each entitled to a prize of The stone i is to be of the best quality _
Ilnd bbnch'd! his manly cheek, c ulJonh'
four dollars. that be this
4. can of
Persons making procured in secaon
to do with his proposals are required -
so usual
promptness mourn to state their prices T>y the Odd Numbers end with I, 3, 5, 7 or 9 coantry, and to be delivered of a size and
in any thing concerning the His Mother' anguish, thus bcreav'd, Those who contract will receive year.their Even Numbers with 2, 4, 6, 8 or 0 shape most convenient; and desirable for

interests of hh: constituents immediately forlorn, pay quarterly-in the months of May, This mode drawing not only permits the purposes for which it is intended. -

took the proper measure A prey to grief too poignant to be August, November aud February, one the whole Lottery to be completed in one All the above articles are tt) be delivered .

to thwart1 .d sjgns. Let the borne :- month after the expiration ot each drawing, but has the great advantage of at tbe Navy Yard, Pensacola. The .
He had dread of his
terror
no no own,
distributing the small .
quarter. prizes regularly to time delivery will be fixed in the con- h
cut/tort ,
,
and of the Dut his lust drawn for -it, .
firoflcgatort
lingering sigh was
alternate number in the scheme .
5. No other than a free white person every so tracts and must be governed by future arrangements -
rtdiculous story, that he had her alone. shall be employed to crry the mail. that the bolder of two tickets or two for the commencement and .if '

received: a bribe to assist tbe A- 6. ,Where the proposer intends to convey shares of tickets (one odd and or.e even prosecution of me work. The materials ,

Kcnt to drive his constituents Sigh Maidens, sigh the mail i in the body of a stage carriage number,) will be certain of obtaining at will be subject'to the usual inspection at -
..4sthe green turf incloses, least one prize, and in the same ratio for the Yard and
from their ; he is desired to state it in his payment will be made for -
pro.
for improvements, account That vault from the eye posals; and the stage must be of sufficient any greater quantity, Ji Ticket draw- them only as they are delivered. .

this S Where in silence reposes, size, unless otherwise. expressed, to ing a superior prize in this scheme is not Bond, with ample and approved Security
------------J- The late so graceful form of manly youth, restricted'from inferior
drawing
will be
accommodate seven passengers. I an required for the exact and ,
:(: i.fArU'ck4JiTiUx. Whose love was virtue, and whose motto' 7. Every proposer may ofFer in his bid, i also-many tickets, therefor.?, will necessarily faithful execution of the contracts. '
truth ; obtain two prizes each j
to make any improvement in the transportation ;
Whose heart, on nature's noblest Prizes payable in Cash which Samuel JbL Overton *
For tIle Pentacota of the mail from the terms invited can ,
Gazette.
standard made, either us to the mode.f transporting be had, as usual at Cohen's office the. yA JlfcnftTjThe _

The Communication in your' last pa .Ind vig'rous arm, for )'uur protec it, the fcpced required, or tile frequency moment they are drawn.VholeTicketsg5 ( Editors of tbe\Jobile Commercial ,

per, signed "Civ is", is characterized by tion'ay'd of the trips per week which sb U. receive \ :: I Quarters $I 25 Uegister, and Florida Intelligencer,

*spirit; of Independence, which is.much! With steady valour, honor's guardian due consideration.The .. Halves 250 | Eighths 62 will please copy the above alteration of J. -
t? Deadmi-edby every honest andimpaft'l blade- oft To be had in- the greatest variety of proposals. :25-9t.join .' .:?
number c post route stall be .
citizen. Like "CITIB,", I am dcciduly Sigh whomore worthy beauty'svirtue'sight stated numbers (Odd and Even) at, ---- too'. : "Et t ,
and the
friendly to Col. every bid proposaj ztt.-. I _
his talents &WHITE usefulness, and with acknowledge -. Thai) he \\lao in defence of them was be sealed and directed to the General ; CO.UEN'SLottery :-rn., Taxes .', : :: -
Post Office. and endorsed :"'
pfule and satisfaction but ever to die ? ; Proposals. .
time ; at the same ; prompt Strict "attention must be given to the endorsement rnHE undersigned is now prepared to .
ColVUlTE'S: conduct, like that of .0 iuiL. receive at his, office, the Territorial
; as it is not intended to break .. ,
teste any other public man, must undergo the His Country praise-all good men's the seal of any proposal, until the time forreceiving Sf Exchange Offices : jtnd.County taxes, as per assessment jbadew _
of public examination lie must high respect and _I by Mr.C. Evans,receiver of tax returns for
l bias i shall have, Richmond Norfolk.Q3" .
be[ sustalne, The
lie ,iuhtes it I Uiut he i is woe, % Post-Master General reserves' :: Where numerous capitals have been .
be the
to held re* I ) arrears of the Poll-tax for ;
r.onfable and arraigned before the tri- Speak what his life was-thus *o early to himself the right of declaring any' contract obtained-Frizes in any of tbe J late Lotte- tbe 1824-5 for the
II two -
making
years .
',
unaJ 1 of tilt people.' cheekd at an end,whenever one failure happens ries willbe'received, in payment ,
Such 'the of
sum fifty cents each -
tlon an invesliga- which amounts to the loss of a trip; Orders from of the United years upon
Col. \\'IIITE and his frenus lud: hallow the mm'ry ot the gallant1)cLvoHo any part free male oftwen.y-uue of and
d3ubt! will no 9. The distances stated such shave States either mail years age, :
invite ; as they will always be 13. Jl. been communicated are r by (post paid)' or private a like sum upon all slaves above the age I
art"d to meet it pre. to this office conveyance enclosing the: cash or '
and
. to of 17 and lot exceeding SOyears. As the
'Larges wio repel injurloUl -; and some of them may be incorrect: On'' prize tickets i in any of the Lotteqes. will ..
I the most ample rerutat ion. It may be proper to remark that this subject the contractor must inform' meet the and amounts together are very small, and the -
same
4ii honest prompt punctual at. a
lnan that .
first has been caRed fur since
encounters the
, ties n hif ,' !\( his! few difficullicaiion the auhor of the preceding wa himself.-The Department win not be- Uj'ntion; as if on personal application!,-ad- change of it is expected
obt11 ; accusers may: answerable for mistake. '.. government
nut personally acquainted hla any ? tireasto. < .
.
a. will be 'in without aud
mom.nury they paid delay .
aUtl triumph i, but truth 10. in case where the a ail ,i is & BROTIEulS ;
justice ...111! pre\l.it the late Maj. Donaho.-Editor. every rJiL .COUESjr- without cOst'or trouble. ;. -
It S Ct"1" transported stages,and the present 9i' JVW./fc:.ry2ciwnJVrj "
apl'nzc CaL 1IinIySriendly\\"BITE in "Cms'', to LloYd". llupr'lJlptu :dld K. to LilUare tractor shall be underbid, and the under < :: W'.Kasfcil flint will receive: and]L Win. Davison, 0 : ( :

r'trcrre :t .ii$ him of the acuations in type unavoidably postponed for bidder shall not have such stage broperiy forward,'G&ggs'fabove' ,' _I If t U"JI.COUll" P-. Ctwsfy" ,. -'; "

by which he a our next, a* may: benecpzsryf: the perfurmanct CtisttQfe;:25lii'Austin lBt253t.. Pesjacola, August 8th, 1826 '
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.clf1'O JIl'T.DDOOS1 :)" ',., I,' 'NOTICE.f '".& ,, D President the United TBOCLAMATION.AYiYViaVA. 'O. :

av h.LUIlII A' July 1st, 1626. S: ETTERS Testamentary,on the .t tate States. R 'BT '

n WILL receive proposals till the 31st [ JU of Piiim LXONCIO PRIITO deceased, Vursuancc, of Law, I, Jon* Qrrfei P. Thx\aV, : .
-October ensuing, to furnish! the troops, ., having been granted to the subscriber by aw "srelidentofthe United Statesof t !
of the United States, Army, tint. are or I I the Court of Escarobia County ; 1 Govenur of the Territory of Florida.
be stationed at Cantonment Brooke, County said Ana(' iC2, do hereby proclaim and make compliance with the provisions of the .
demands :
may all against :1
with fresh beef from the lit day of January persons having the same known,Vhat a Public Safe will be held at IN tenth section of the act of the Congress
estate are requested to present I
of De- the Laiut.Office at Tallahassee, in West of the United States, entitled "an
1827 to include the 31st day and those indebted are desired
immediately
ce'inber 1827. Florida, cthe third Monday in January, act to amend the several acts tor the establishment
I
make
to payment to' 1827, for tXe disposal: of the Lands situate of Territorial
The beef will be required to- be delivered a governmentin
to the troops in two days in each. .11)".1 licb 1et, 'In the restrict of Lands offered for Florida, approved the 15th day of May

week (the days to be designated) insuch Executor. sale at Tallalttsyee, and in the townships 1826: : ,
tions en each day. AndI: deem it nrcessaryMo Fractional toxwships No. 1 and 3* .. Florida, that on the first Monday, in
apprise those who may choose to Setting off CTicaif \ north of Kangv No. t west, o October next, the polls ,ill be openedin l
,! ofierto contract for the supply* that the Fractional township No.2, north of 'fi the several precincts, and respective :
beef wiH be rcquiied to be of the best Subscriber, having determined : Range No.2, west, .c= districts, as hereinafter designated, I
which the market can afford, and particular THE bring his business to A temporaryclose Fractional townships.i No. 2 and 3 h -:; the purpose of electing the !
Attention must he had to the butchering will sell ofat reduced prices, for north of Range No.5, west, S ";; members of the Legislative Council i
thereof, as a' rigid inspection ont will Cash or approved pcr, his present stock fractional townships No. 2 and 3 .z this Territory, under the restrictions I ;
always he made. consisting of north of Range No. 4, west, w- t7 qualification! contained!. in the act ol
Persons offering to contract will make Fine & sup. blue and bl'k broadcloths, Fractional township No. 2,north of u u Congress above recited.
their proposals in writing, scaled and directed Blue,bl'k, mixed and ribbed drab casi; Range No. 5, west, .; -= The persons named,as judges in
to me at this place, stating the meresTartan Fractional township No. 3,north of ii following enumeration, are hereby :
rate per pound, in a single bid fur which &. Caroline plaids, bombarettes, Range No. 5, west, "u w pointed and required to preside, at
they will furnish, and they shall be informed Valentla. toilinetle and Marseilles vest. Fractional townships No. 2 and 3, U M several precincts to which their
of the acceptance of their -propo. ings, assorted, ** north of Range No. 6, west, lire attached. Where all the judges
sal, either by'letter from, or on personal Bl'k senshaws, sarsnetts,. figur'd( bl'k Including the County adjacent to the not, or cannot, attend it shall be co+;ipe
application to, me at Cantonment Brooke, silks, town of Quincy. tent for:.\Oy one of those named, to preside
oa the day above montioned. White satin, green florence, i Also, townships 3, 4 and 5, northof at the election; each district to

o John Page Lt. Bl'k and colored canton crapes, plain i halt CrSiall. 12, 13 anti 14 west one member.
and figured, including the ChipoU w...:try, and part DISTRICT; within the following !
.,1nd.11881. Com. of Subristcnce. Women's worsted coloured & silk hose, of the Holmes' Creek settlement. signed limits. "All the city of Pensac
NOTE-No proposals: will be received Coloured braces, Men's beaver gloves, Also, fractional sections NO. 2, 3, 7, S, i ana CC"nl.V of Escambia, west of ]
after the 31st of October, 1826. Women's white and coloured kid do. 10, 11, 14, IS,17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, street, Pensacvl; and the road Jhencc
13-181. S Dress and furniture prints, Ginghams, 29,30 ant: 31, in fractional townships No. (by Emanuel) to' ",..ili rne
Office of the Com. Gtn. of Subsidence fWathinglon tti!*."red C bricks, Dimity, 2, north of Range 4, east i and fractional together with the sound of Sanui Jtosa.:' 1
,July 1, 1526 5 Plain and figured book muslins, sections Fo. 23, 24, 25, 26, 35 and 36, in One Precinct ;
Proposals will be received Collaretts, fractional township No. 3, north of Range At the house of Antonio Collins-judges (, !
SEPARATE until the first day of October Cambric and mull do. Insertions, 4 e t'"t,.all of u hich fractional sections are -John De la Rua, Robert Mitchell and

next, for the delivery of provisions White tulle, plush, striped muslins, [.bounded by tile Lake Mickasukie. henry Michelet.2d. .
for the use of the troops of the United Gingham robes, Bolivar stripe I The sale: to commence with the lowest DISTBICT ; Within the following
States, to be delivered in bulk, upon ins Dangup cord, bl'k silk velvet, ,I number of section, township and Range, signed, limits-"All the City of Pensacola
bpection, as follows : Drown holland, yellow nankeens, and to proceed in the order designated! n and county of Escambia lying east

e: .A: Pensacola. Irish linens in demi.pieces, long lawn, this Proclamation.The Palafux street Pensacola, anti the !
600 barrels of Pork Linen cambrics, threads assorted, lands reserved bylaw for the ute thence, (by Emanuel's) to Claiborne
1250 barrels fresh fine Flour Ribbons assorted, of schools, or for other purposes, and the bama.
8000 gallons of>good proof Whiskey Bl'k and colored Galoons, fractional sections bounded by the Georgia Three Precincts;
.. 550 bushels of good sound Beans Waist belts and buckles, flag h'hfs.! line, will be excluded from sale. 1st. At the court house judges .Timothy
8800 pounds of good,hard Soap Cashmere! Groa de Naple, andgauze do Given under n.y )Jund at the City of Twitchell, Emanuel Bonifay, and Joseph :
4000 pounds of good hard tallow Candles, Artificial flowers and wreaths, tapes, Washington, this 20th day of May, A.D. Noriega.2d. .
with Cotton wicks Bl'k Ostrich feathers, pearl buttons, 1826., At Florida-judges; Henry Wilson :
140 bushels!good clean Salt Coloured flag, madrass h'kfs. Cravats, :John Q,. Adams.By Andrew Simpson and David Kelkcr.
2250 gallons ot good cider Vinegar. Linen checks, j and 4.4 co. do. the President, 3d.--At Oneil's Ferry : judges ; Mr.
One-fourth on the 1st day of June, 1827, Domestic plaids, stripes and shirtings, George Graham Parker and William Taylor.3d. .
Une-fourth on the 1st day of October. Co. ticking, bear duck, sheetings, DISTRICT : Within the following assigned
1827.Onefourth Letter paper, spelling books, quills. f Commissioner of the limits : UTile boundary lines
on the 1st day of December, Scissors, pen & pocket knives, razors 17-30t. General Land Office. Walton Washington counties.:*
1827. in cases, _._. ,. Six Precincts; ,
And the remainder on the 1st day of Table knives and forks, razor straps Department of State, ? 1st. : At Harrow's ferry. Judges : Jereraali
March, 1828. and paste, 4j 8th June, 1826. $ Saville, Robert McKennon, andJesse
It is understood that the Pork to be Needles, pins, thimbles, fish hooks and TO enable this Department to comply Bryant.
contracted for is to consist of an entire lines.Spectacles. with the subjoined resolution of the 2d. : At the big Spring ; judges; W.
hog to the barrel except feet legs, ears, iri cascs. toothbrushes, House of Representatives, the several Lewis, Levi F. Miller, and'Collin )lcRea.3d
nnd snout, which are inadmissible Whip, hand and cross-cut saw files, Claimants to whom it refers are request. ; 4t.9laqua ; Judges ; Charles
Should the hog be of less weight than Gun locks gun flints, .! ed to send hither, by mail, as soon as V. Jones, John Hartley, and
200 pounds, the deficiency is to be made I Urittania,tutania & tinned iron spoons, practicable, Schedules of their respective Vaughan.4th .
tip of good fat side peices.. No more Stock and pad locks, cut tacks, claims, exhibiting the particulars require ; Jit,Dempsey Joneft' :
than one head is allowed to a barrel rf Shoe pincers and hammers, awl blades by the Resolution as nearly as may be, -Dempsey Jones, Paul M. Jones,and Archibald :
pork. The contractor maat his option, and hafts, according to the following plan : .inderson. : :

exclude the hamsand make up the deficiency Screw augers, mortice chissels, SCBE U ['LE.otseps 5th. ; .,it William M. Loftin's house :
with good side petccs, Wire and hair sieves, frying pans, Judges ; William M. Loftin, Silas Wood .
I The Candles to be made of good hard Weeding hoes, trace ,chains, and E. Wllen.
tallow with wicks. Men's an'o' saddles : : hiJ 6th. .\West Point
cotton superior common : ) _. -. ; ; Judges ;
The Pork, Beans, Flour, Whiskey, Fine and com. plated curb & snaffle ro ":: 3 :: =n\ .B L. White, John .King and J. Barker.
salt and Vinegar, ,must be delivered in bridles, r-. o a:: i m ?:;" at Ir n 4th. pisTBXcr; Within the following as
strong and secure barrels, and the Soap : Saddle bags,collars, martingals, o ? .=. ovy "' signed limits, "commencing-on the western I
and, Candles in strong and secure boxes, Men's fine &, low priced shoes &boots, J:1Q Q.r. C'Ii Dank of the Chipola at-its iDt nect.tun
ur* a' convenient size for transportation. Women's morocco and prunella shoes, 999 c- "-3" ;-;. with the Alabama line, thence, : ;
The Pork Flour & Children's shoes bonnets o :_r "A-. t'' :r"J. a the,Chipola to the mouth of
Whiskey, Vinegar, straw -...' ''' .o... p S Russ's
in seasoned heart of white oak barrels Wool hats, beaver hats, castor &.rorom, c:: :::'.o.--. CI creek, thence up said creek to its head
tbt Pork in barrels full hooped. hats, Iff; I .. :7' "''C and thence to the corner Jackson county
I QlltJ
The! provisions to be inspected at the Cotton card! sleeping brushes, ; : ) time of delivery,and the contractor to be Cotton bagging, baling twine: ssr-='n--n n... :: $. west with the above recited line in Jackson
liable fur the expense of inspecting, and Imp. & young hyson tea, loaf sugar, g r.c.o 3; >-.. I "3 ::- County.
all other expenses, until they ure safely Madeira, Tenerittb and Lisbon wines, c:*Er 9 %* S' =' Two Precincts;

delivered at such storehouses as may be Cognac brandy Holland gin, 0"cOP.... =. <-.-'. .n 1st. : AtVicker'rStore-judges; -
designated by the United States' Agent. Sup. chewing tobacco, common do. The privilege is reserved to the United Be&t brown sugar, Havana com e., ::J :r 'w .loCI .-.. rn. t; .,; At Cain's Store.-. judges
# : States of increasing or diminishing! Cut nails assorted, German steel, Snooo_ '" S. "':1 !:. Daniel, Arthur Foster & Elijah Calloway.
n ; )' Or' cor
: quantities: to be delivered, ,one third, on Sweet oil,lamp do. copperas, .=... ;' oc'S n- lCO 0'' _.r.0. 5th.UJS'IBICTVithin the following ..
giving sixty days' previous notice. Vinegar, pepper, allspice, en J 3 3 L:: C"0 (" t'3': rt' signed limits-" all Jackson County
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The power is reserved by the Commis. Brown soap: sperm and tallow candles, 0", ::: Don... embraeced hy the limits of the fourth district
car} General of Subsistence, of reducingthe Window glass, cider in boxes, 0 S-* ..J *r :0"a n ." _
quantities, or of dispensing with one Gunpowder, lead and shot assorted, J-'3" :!*' ..r'r O':**' 3 0 Five,Precincts,
cr more articles of subsistence, at all the Castings, ovens, pots, spiders and andirons t-r-r+" :53r:. : --nQcnfJO...,.: c.- 0 1 st.; At Orm.i n's storc.judges Tho's.Muss
posts, at any time before entering into ; ZUJ Joseph Russ & John B. Jackson.2nd
ton*ractaiitl this privilege is reserved; Tin and crockery ware assorted, ::=:J. CA .?- a t.O "G ; At Simnis store-judges-\
independently of ,that uf.reducing one- Northern lard, hams, ..et-. -oo cccq 3 C) rip Davis C. C. Nichols and'lsaac Robinson.3d. :
" third, nit git ing sixty day's notice previcusty Mackerel and mess beef in half barrels, 5.:: ..KF6S a3 : nUI 0 } At Big Pond i'' judges ;
o to each delivery.But it is probable Shad, No 1. beet, codfish, &c. &c. &c 't cdorr) 000)- Patterson,John G. Smith, and ;,
t'hatr.u 'alteration or reduction will ..J. Jerrisou jr. i ? n ... ::- Gi'atiam. I
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take: place to ,the :: At
previous contracts Pensacola, June 10th,'1826. C.r.0 i 4th. ; firing's Mill ; judges ; .;
being made. w S :-s o* ry* B* Roberts, Peter Simmons and
2 art .S
No advances will be made in any case n -<_ 0 ,1.0r" .u.. Patterson.5th. .
Whatever, bu: payment will be-made only FOR SALE. -n'.C 'Soc. =t'D .- .-., nJ : ..4t Jeremiah Corley's; judges
on evidence bring produced this ; CT"'s.- John Lott Jordan Smith
at oi- C"f., :::0. .0o and
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ce of the delivery and inspection. II K subscriber, Executor of the last .cono3- ... McNeily. .
Will and Testament of Francisco .... .. .0-."
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+ II is expicssly understood, that at all 0. (A. 6th. DISTRICT.; within the following
the depots ands tations, the salt is to hertceive'dby Touard, late of PensacoJa deceased, offers .. .g-.. -:--." =rD' O =... c-c signed limits. The boundary lines
measurement of thirty.two for sale the following property, belonging i .-J3 :;;, =.i.3 O 3 'W"n'" o ..t-) GailsUen county."
.quam to the'bushel. to the Estate ofthc said dcdeased: : viz ._ o S. J2cr .. ;= Co.j Four Precincts ;
\\ hen fbid is accepted, and notice The undivided half of a Tract of Land, j IIC-- =en' ::: n ?-; 3P ( -- '.:1"::. SO'oc 3 Ist..-At Matthew Tain's .-

thereof given to the peihon making thebid containing o J 3 00 2. BO :! = M. N. cholson, Thomas Speight: and Matt
refusal cr neglect on his part to give -d :n-e:r.P* s a ._'- ..- c"C p- e\v Fain.2dAt .
good and gurhcier.t security within a rea- 4@ cm t sl <':i: ** jy n":: '5 R .... Shacod:) McCall's house
: L CA "** :.:.:.I- -judge.Henry
tunable time, to he specified by this Department V n) "p p. :3:s..\..: = H c.:... :0I'I I; ,.. Yonge, Sharod McCall and )
it \\ill then be at the option oft Situated North East of Bayou de la V. QT : ca-0: pfio _: In Harvey. :
this; Department :o consider the contract Trucha, on the bay of San Mary de G.ilve ,... 2 ""41''= 9 C_ ? Wf::-f sl--? M O'J t:):ren",C, '(C'J I) 3d.--it Andrew M. Johnston's housejudges .

fVjrieited or not. /, nhput! twenty one miles from the I I .-. .., ,.-.. .., _o'wOd II .tttt-.., fo'. ; -..Joseph McBride, Alexan
City of Pensacola : Ana a : wn 7 ,- :;
lt, that wl o (SJ
required persons making proposals > : P I Douglass and William, H. Ellis.
who are unknown to this U part-, o W;, :":s 'Co") rn'ro.ao -- 4lh'-at the court house- judges :
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.t mint tlie.r: bid letters HOUSEin & T rt 'W
nient, accompany e by LOT .... -' n ;-p ** :r C' Archibald Smith sen. Henry Wilder
rt comm ,ndatory, from gentlemen v c ::: n. ; tfS l:, qtr.C" Thomas B. Woolen.7lh 1 -
respectability)y, who are known to the r_Aw ,:IZ cM._ m ftp' .... DISTHICT; Within the following assigned i
'Juvcir.ir.ient. All bids unaccompanied the City of Pensacola, fronting on 5 s n tot H> !-cc.c:: t1I. limits, The boundary lines
OBEslrtc2i
hy inch letters'Will not be received. Alcaniz Street, said lot containing 52 feet ;;. ;! K c. ,... Leon county."
11 is i desirable that proposals made front by SO feet deep and known in the. 00'" n _= =.-_ .C/3 ..OL Four Precincts ;
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r.e Healed in u separate envelope, and Plan of the City as number 112. o t n&.:.. *i _o o ;s :'.sO.-.. --0 lst-1araonia the house of John Havis
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marked for The above will be sold -v z w 'rr sr3 .. .
"Prospusi4ls furnitJung Army property on C (3 r* 53 S*. judges- John Havis, Charles
Sub istcnc,.." credit-one half of the purchase money *f\ .p-3-. .rJ** Co": *='.*3- ?? 0 .1 0- and Reuben Manning.2dMichasookyat. '
Payment to be made in drafts on the to be paid in one year and the remainderin OS. c" W 3pllG -. ----- the house of Col.Villiam
'JJe artmernt at Washington, or some At- two year, Payment to be seemed 3 3 ir* ttr1MJ o =<'?i: c-2-o* t) ,;.,::: \ Bailey.judgesWilliam.Bailey.

lanticcilv, or in Treasury drafts I of specie by: notes, wlHh a mortgage on the pre o.. .r.... .o.. .f...r. rt: >..... ;.;. c- .;.; John G. Robinson and John D. Edwards.3d
paying banks to the IVestward.'LCo. mlses. .;:.s.. ...- t'c.' :":- .-s. n: co :..:.. n-. -,. -Tallahassee-at the hQuse'of Charles
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Com. Gzn. Subsidence, Tensacela 17th March 1826-3tf. _.... ,...., ., ::J ;n:I _,. 0 John Me lver and Edmund.Doyle.4th .
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22lOt.NEx.IIUhs. St- Marks-at the house of
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.; WANTED.rC InformationVautei._ -.-... .C n... -_ 000)0 .N' -. p-_.t-) .:_.. John Hainlin, and Jeptha Gilbert.8th .

o r\'h 8u scribel'; (ROME seven or eight years past, Mr, '0' -'8 ft,lA':":s :3. .;!;7. .0. signed DISTRICT limits, "The; Within bouudar/the following lines

Tl 'HES to hire by the, ye-to: corn, Elisman Basque of Lancaster County Alachua county." ,
( -1"mence on the 1st September,next, Virginia, sent his son John Masque to 'rJ:: "The publishers of the laws'of the Three.Precincts;
two stout, hearty Negro Men the State of Georgia, in care.of his Uncle, United Stales will insert this notice six 1st-at the house of Edward M. '
and one Negro 'Woman. Th Mr. CundHIi after which ,the Uncle removed times, in*their papers. tonjudgesEdward M. 'Wanton, .
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to the State of Alabama. and!. June 13-20-6t.
men must be acquainted+ with]I I the _" Fleming andThomas Bush.
i >Q farming and come well recrun1 -. youth John Basque came as it is supposed 2d--at the house of U.G. ..
I -- \ mended in otherI'esJt"cts., The: to Pensacola,,since which no tidings'ha"eb Warehouse at St. la..ks.mOB -Janie Oaten and H. G. Loper.
woman must be a good cook and n heard of him by his /riends, in Virginia. subscriber has lately erected near 3d-at the house of John ,G. 11 -
i f family servant. Those from the. : aI.the landing at St. Marks, a commo judges-John G.Rails, William,
Country would be preferred-awl for Jiqch'I If John Basque is living;-he.:will much dipusand secure"WAREHOUSE, where and Bennet Maxy Dell.:9th..DlsTxlcTWithin.
answering the above description, liberalwages I gratif his sisters, by communicating with, ,ue prepared to receive goods, either the following assigned
will be given. them in in-Virginia by giving 1heEditor.o!f -Storage or.Commission. The boundary fines
'0 Randal Allis.Fcnacola this paper such information,ail nay'be.in'terc'sting .. : "VYJB. Wright.3Uii Naseau'county." t
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27lh July, 1826.-22-3t. :\nv'thinr concerning Abovementionet ; rk Dec. aOtl, 1826.-274f.r Ist-at' U se' Bluffs.-judges-James; <<

1'O INK John Basque whether living or dead(', will HUNTING Oneil and ,William Mathews junfi2dat :
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confer a great favor on hts'relatives by the house ot D.Higginbottom .
\. n N small bottles, fcr said at the Pensa, giring information at this office.2'cmacola C ,I'Exteuteil with detfatch at tiitOffite. judges-D. Higginbottom, liigdon

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