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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: September 1, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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'I BY W. HASELL HUNT, are expecting his Life of Nap'oleou,1 thin'and tall, with a' ,some of the facts particularly { in. .a place the, most'anheahhy _
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.. Sot DJTO AND PROPBIETOR; with a curiosity to discover whe'I the Sotrh outline*fa ,in this .elaborate document. could. any m the known 'world ? ', It '.'r
?ubfah T\of the laws of the United Slate* ther the sketches of real life nomy. Grettan I Mr. Simonton begins by not be expected that he
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, and of the Territory of Florida. pen, will equal those which he has awkwardly roade/but the population'.of,the island I; the would remain there throughout ;
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\ SrBscmrnoH Year 5 drawn from the inexhaustible resources was very pr &at I year; and the 'very object -or .
JIalfycir 3 of his invention. Lord was short aid fat, oul: _present, while the nothing short ,of' _300 i having a permanent court of admiralty '
of Mon
Quart er year 1 50 'county there would be
Byron baa prophecied that he share grimace in *of which frustrated : '
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this
Subsription payable in advance. Key is the capi the wreckers
ADTIRTISIWO-:'-Every advertisement could 'open to himself a new department Pitt, Fox :mf ),amounts to 700, ,which is dai of their weald avail themselves 0
column and of literature, whenever. each other- ii and ) arbitration jays- "
of the width of one measuring rapidly increasing. tern, jusj the
not more than twelve lines of this his novels began to tire. A student bey, without\ any : This assertion assuredly will establishment same as beforPthe' '-
type, first insertion one dollar, each of Trinity College, Dublin, : mark the spit, I with astonishment Mr. of the court. Even
weekly continuance fifty cents ; longer once sent him some poems, requesting letters of ther >names who resides in Florida every Greene, the bead of the mercantile
and wider ones at the same rate. Rule or bouse, in which Mr. Si- -.
and figure work, double price for the opinion. Sir Walter most rude manner; has visited Key West, since monton,states tht'hjs interested 0
lirst insertion. Advertisements will be Scott returned a very polite answer tlereagh is d iled has been a port.of entry. One does no: reside -
tastefully displayed, according to the and among other advices, he I believe the almost tempted to believe that the Havana on the island : ,
nature of them, and will be measured by recommended him to publish nothing tion, think hewould Simonton belongs to the we understand, is his
matter of this size type.Vhen insertedat sect place of residence and he ,-
only
before he had at least reached way bet r than
intervals, (that is, not inserted every I grave Pythagorian philosophers ; for comes over to Key ,West when
w' ek,from the first to the last insertion) the 40th year of his life. : occupies. be could not make up the I there is some -'
each insertion will be charged as a new The Quke of Wellington is a .-. r of his oul* without count fair going on.great The wrecking business f.
advertisement.Amounts for advertising tall, war-worn looking man, witha From th East the rats and mice found on the the house is of
payable always on demand. sun-burnt complexion, and a Key Wet.-We The assertion with conducted byayoung
03: Liberal contracts will be made with Roman a printed document re- man, junior partner. Mr. ,Si 0
large His -
nose. namecreates the
those who wish to advertise by the year.OCj of manifesto to population of the coun. monton himself takes special care
sensation in Lon a signed
no more ; is
*Communications equally erroneous. From
directed to W. not to trust his
Hasell I Hunt, Post Master, Pensacola will don, than ifhe had gained his rank monton, addressed to best information we hare been there precious person
be duly attended to. by any of the common place step- bets of both houses to obtain, there never has winter, except during a part of the
season The :
stones of wealth or influential on the subject of collector'or .
on that island since it ,
rE'r.l\; conn xtons. He has so far lost ment of a Superior ..*". -.%.. 0--.___--r- '----came-. --. -the -customs.. '- -leaves.- the island for_ .....: .
-- -- his sense of principle' and shame, aamirany j-.i.d: States, to exceed fifty human there are not nalfa'r-tlozen steady--'- -- rand '

For the Pcntacola Gazette. as to forsake his wife, to associate We S 1. male and female, white regular residents on the whole .
I IPROM'l."U'. with an opera dancer. All the It would seem black put together, exclusive island. a
To Elizabeth. spoils of his continental campaignhave extraordinary state the officers, troops and seamen It is however pretended that
Adieu, adieu tho' destiny been lost at the gaming table, subscriber to it was the service of the United States, : this place has become an object '
Will snatch thee from my view, and he has sunk the hero in the of this new Baraiaria the sailors belonging to the : o: great importaRce to the government
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My With deepest feelings sighs warm are and bcav'dfor true. thee, abject character of a pensioner been (most aptly vessels which resort of the United States, since ,

May KOI owing clouds still pass away, and sycophant at court. His compeer Cainbreleng in And. the last accounts re- it has been made a port of entry,
Be all thy moments blest ; in arms the Marquis of An- such an island from that place, state that and that a large amount of revenue 0
Kind heav'n shed its brightest ray gleiea, who lust a leg Waterloo, scribed in the are not now more than ten his been collected there. On this

: And bark lull of each life i launch'd care to rest. is a most interesting looking per- Don Quixote, and inhabitants remaining on 'point it might be sufficient to refer 0

My boundless, troubled sea uponA sonage. His handsome face ant) shrewd and valorous island. \Vith'regard to the the reader to the speech ,of Mr.

And 1 perchance may ne'er return, commanding figure, all seamed cho Panzd, was the islands or keys, as they are : Cambreleng before alluded to.
To tell its voyage to thee. and gashed bf the casualties of like the modern and- led, and which are included in He declared on the floor of Con .

Should it be thus of life bereft, war, present to the observer a Jiving ly renowned : county Monroe, there Is not gress,. that he would as soon
Should it be fate's decree ; of Plutarch's mous pirate Lafitte. single one of them with think of
Oh! if one tear in thy heart be left representative any per establishing a Custom,
Weep, weep that tear for me." heroes. As this manifesto inhabitants on it, .except House on Lajitte. -Bar at aria+ 0
For I have never dared, to own Thomas Moore the poet, is a ters of public keepers of the Light-houses We have since seen the report of
The sufferings oftbis heart, squat, funny looking, short sighted great importance to their families. A few adven- the Secretary of the Treasury -
I only knew and felt alone monkey faced, little man. He of Florida, we hope two or three years ago, made to the House .of Representatives -
Its deep corroding smart. lives entirely on the bounty of the to make some at Key Vaccas, but they in compliance with the
uords aor"i h f
1 have nor to sptak-
Great grief will silent be- Marquis of Lansdown : tbr all the It appears that!' a since abandoned it. The i call information respecting the
These gusbin t(*l'S,this pallid cheek, products of his orks have formed tablishment of a land of the county is indeed i revenue collected at Key West.
Are eloquent to thee. a minimum to his extrava with admiralty.juri ; extensive, but does not cer From this report it appears that 0
Yet fare thee well, to f fate resign'd, I gance. He once enjoyed a consid- Key West, had y 'contain a population up to the first of Janoary WSS the

Pair My virtue prayers guard are thine thy gentle alone,heart I erable share of the favor of the of the United States, and black together, of more nett revenue collected there was

And keep thee still her ; i king, when prince of Wales, and the time of the 150 persons. Indeed, it is a only 90,25-100-tbat no return

own.Lloyd.. I lost it by too much impertinent Simonton's address, t jous fact_ that the Governor whatever the receipts and expenditnres -
August 15. familiarity. His fame was very fore the House of this Territory has not been able in the year 1825, had

..... soon at its summit, and is now It would alto seem, ( make the appointments of coun- been received. It is quite probable _
For the I'etuacola Gazette. ralher on the decline-a fate that or of this document, officers, for the want of a suffi that a considerable amount of
SONG.To clings to both Rogers and Camp had met with some number of persons in the duty on wrecked goods was collected '

Lilla. bell.William in its progress Capital included, to fill the there during that year.
Roscoe is a most respectable -, and that the object of i'f There is neither Judge, But assuredly the same duty, with
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'Ti,the heart that can feel for DJJSDI another.. character. A poet, orator i ton was ;o coivince Coroner, nor clerk, in the, much less deduction for expensesof -

There is a light of tenderest hue, hisoriao and botanist ; in the the sound policy and I county. Is it not then truly collection, would have been received -
A gem of purest worth two latter departments he has e the contemplated me to talk of establishing a by the United States, had .
Which shines i throughout life's darkling clipsed every cotemporary. He gentleman probably Court ther, when there these wrecked goods been carried 0

stream, was once a merchant of large alarm at.the not inhabitants enough to form :o any other port of Entry in Florida *
With all that's best of earth,
Tis known'tis felt and loved by thee, business Liverpool, afterwardsa in the newspapers, County court ? or the United States. It is
Its name,sweet word,is IYMI' TIII'. member of Parliament for that U S. of the unjust Ay, but the wreckers and the idle to pretend that wreckers %
town, and since an inhabitant of proceedings at Key business i that is the would have gone to New Providence -
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All pure with as mountain a spell, like snow charm; day. He is a tall, thin, old man, I there, and also, at i known, that these people nev : go to any foreignort with '
;;'imparting Abalm to human woe. a good deal stooped in the shoul of a secret, which would haY resorted to that is- wrecked goods, since the passage

Oh like to a pearl in a sunny sea, ders. The mercantile world of Liverpool current, that the in preference to troming to. of the act Congress on this sub. -0
. Is the heart's own gem, sweet sympathy.K. showed how much they mosphere of' that I Augustine, with the property ject. Indeed before this act was
estimated literature, by selling or ther destroyed by I from shipwreck, if the wor fttsed, there were very few A- 0'
-- allowing to be bold, his botanical away almost its whole : inhabitants of the island had merican vessels engaged in this
.
/: M1SCELLANF.: garden and library. He now resides But he was probably afforded themfacililiey ,which business, and they invariably went ':

...,. with Mr. Coke, of Norfolk, seriously ,alarned for could not count upon, where to American ports. The buainet
Eminent Individuals.We who deserves respect for patron the bill, by tht was a regular administra- was almost exclusively carried !on 0
extract: the following sketches of British izing a man, that future times will remarks mad by of justice, and the rights of by British vessels, belonging to
characters from the "National perhaps rank with Hume, Robertson leng; ic relauin to : unfortunate owners would be New Providence. These are now .
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Banner. a weekly paper recently esta- j and Gibbon. tions at that place. and protected. It was forbidden to approach the-Florida .
blithed in Nashville, Tennessee, and ,
more recently consolidated with the Miss Edgeioorth is a most ugly, man, with that zeal 80,90 and 95 per cent salvage reefs for this purpose.
..Whig"by Wm. G, Hunt: fantastic little woman, whose and interests his and the admirable de With regard to the sale of properly
Sir Walter Scoff, in appearance>> squeaking voice is the annoyanceof that intimate and / / with which the business after condemnation at Key
is a large, grey-headed old man, every company which she hon ledge oi its managed, which induced the Westit is truly absurd to pretend, 0
with a blind eye, lame leg, and ors with her presence. Lady which have to go to Key West. that where nearly'the whole trade
an unmeaning physiognomy. He Morgan was the daughter of a a member Congress Since the repeal of' the Territo of the Island is in the hands of one -

is almost adored in the circle of play-actor, and wife of an old ac claimed, on the floor ) .wrecking law, the ingenious mercantile house, there can be
his acquaintance, and lauded by coucheur in Dublin, knighted by Representatives! of an arbitration has : any thing like competition in the '

every tongue for ,social and shining one of the Irish lord lieutenants, those transactions ; an to them equal advantages. ., market ; and from what we have
,irtu 8. Had his.person been in a drunken frolic. She never received propriety of abolishing Simonton adverts to this ten- learned, from respectable sources, 0
gifted by nature with a full com any particular attention at house established subject in his manifesto, but we are mnuch'i chined to do'ubt the "'

plement of requisites for a laborious home ; and Phillips far exceedsthe doubtless this spirited appears to tread upon it, with r accuracy of Mr. Simonton's statement -

life, the world might never estimation of his talents in pendent speech; of perilous apprehension. Had I in regard to the prices at :-
bave gained the treasures' of his Britain, having his works hand leng, and not the been disposedhe might no' which wrecked goods have' been '

imagination, and his life had per ed about, even through the wilds grant lawyer, have given some precious sold 'at Key Vest We do not
haps bern spent in the paternal occupation of America. address, that culled of,and concerning the question the respectability, capital ,
of a husbandman He Edward Irving, the celebrated splenetic production' of getting up an,arbitration ,and credit of the mercantile
was once aclerk in the law courts Caledonian preacher. whose orations Simon ton* \ goods at Key West. I.firm of P. C Greene& Co. It is -
of Edinburgh, but the uncommon have received such extensive He undertakes to gi then he ,contends,that if any sufficient to have the sole ,control 0

success and- large profits of his attention, is very tall, squints gress a yu .deal, of have been committed, it is a aud profits.'of the wrecking busi-_
works, have raised him a handsome excessively, wears his hair, and doubt considered reason for establishing a: nel., a. It bla been connected at '-j
independence. He miscalculated beard long affects a singularity in necessary advice and, .' No such thing. In I i.efWest: for one year to give any 0 ,
his talents ,very much all his actions,.and'speaks abroad' in regard 10 the.'duly present 'at' ,jc of that iiland.n : house a large capital ; aid credit 0 '. ,.

in preferring poetry in his ear- Scotch dialect. Mr. Brougham ments and the rights : judge could, bold a court of ia the,natural consequence. ..'.
.y productions, and he bad gaintd is thin and dark complexion ple.-He strives to .there in safely without' i When possession'"WAS first taken 0 :

a good ,'round age, before he He-has'a scorbutic affection in his jers believe, in despite comp ny, of armed: soldiers to of.this island in ihe year 1822, -' .. ,.
discovered his .error. ,Receiving face, and bis features-are disturb authentic information him. If 'be should dare: it was believed that it would soon i

,him as the author.. of the \%.'a- incessantly by paralytic motion trary that Key West ; ,deree a 'less -rate of salvage" become a place .deposit for importations f
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verly Novels, by which his name He goes through. ,the city of the., '-most ,the wreckers have been ,ac. of ,Colonial produce 11
will descend to future limes, he very meanly dressed, and'generally rich. : and .healthy pla !! receive, under the fa- from the:Havana & of flour from t

was at least fifty-five,before he began I walks as,fast as if for.a wager. rida ;; and that,'in, :wrecking! law, and their new the U. Slates, ; .and''il'w 'with, 'a ;.". 1
them, but be has endeavored The late Lord. Cattyreagh was the records 'of the, $!epi of 'arbitration: bis life view:to,the duties oa these importations .' ; .

to repay Jus 'lost time, Indeed, with as (fine a,looking.a as any in 'partment! an i, ', ld ,be, .in, (je pardJ. ':,Besidesj chat It was made, 'ofentrj ,t' "

unexampled despatch. His poems Europe ;His:person' was tall,and reWue c. .. .-, ia:cottte; ;any: siaa '.of''cornpe- Coegreis/bvt Ibis; expectation
*re now hardly( noticed? and bisiramatjc well: shaped,:.nd hehad; .a'-veryhandsome 'cnjed.'tq. c.Af ; legalJckowledge for the:-, ftce' ::.ba* "altogether failed. It ;
>> attempt wai unaucccsV' and cxprcime cbunic.TWT' led Slates, :. : : Judge. 'be.,fowl)'who-weald, re-- tut*pafr.been depot. for wreckedoil
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''bad been impaired by IU
goods, and no.duties of any con to bave the.effect injuring \ht reputau df ,
; had be punished, j>an the TerrUor/,
wrongmight
collected but his general health of late harbor have several lot
hate been' on tion ofour r" eXtracts
:sequence & 'the :Hon. Judge three suits hate been *olutufri_
the Thursday
'In' fact ''beeif such. as. to' *authorize S : letters which we observe hare
importations
n7 other 'mirch tope that his foo.excellent\ constitution Smith, General Her indtz, ',the been firstpubihed'in the same p'.per. instituted in the Counvy Court

1! it j.* :generallybelieved would sustain him: perhapstnany Marshal 1.1ij'JPierc and Lieut. We.copy the article merely forthe, pur. within, two J..ea land thiifn'pi, be.

; thoreiugrdcottee<<:. are smuggled whole invited: the.Chiefs to pose of requested the Editor to matepublic cause there is any want ,of
eonfi.
: His \Vashingtbn .
\. into this iafantl than regularly years longer. the name of the informant, on "denceintne '
,. ; life brilliantcarter" ,of patriotism bold a talk at the Government .. coraecIntention, Or
has misrepresentations
Indeed without ar was a whose authority he published ,
imported.
, : \ the man who fills ,the
House where a history of these : bench fop
Few men
force stationed and bODor.- which: are not only grose.

numrou5armed whole shore of, the Island hate 'rendered more valuable ,i er- recent disorders were again told ly untrue but which appear to have orignated all vho'knotr, him would'willing,

L -! along the : i vices' contributed, more tb the to them, and then they were informed in wilful falsehood. We are' informed bear testimony to his integrity.

' day and night, it would be impossible or .At a rniUitary that it had become neces that the bar. has been sounded I but because the'system is contiui.

-. to prevent smuggling; glory of'theircountry. every day last week and that on every ally changing insomuch
of feai the civil of the that if
Before conclude this article man, at an early.&d sary power day of that whole period there has been *
we -suit be instituted under it
:: forbear noticing the revoluiiohaVy warf.ne signalizeiPhift TerrWry: should be brought into twenty two inches more water on it than the' iuiu

: *e ought not to valor in 'the'field particularly action; that the disorderly and re- the frigate Constellation_ draws Facts or has hardly a reasonble probi!
the remarks of Mr. Simonton, in I stubborn bility of getting his judgment
1I1o"ntcinn during fractorj should be brought in and are things. be.

I regard to the information members com.nonieated of Congress 'i : the at I'King't late war, he proved that punished ; and that for this purpose 4 .. ,Baltimore, jfugutt 4.. fore thelaw creating .the court
the S
to shall be.ch=mged"- perjiaps repeal,
determined to send
it
had not abated his patriotic was A Frigate in Dilemma.Our
of the age
the proceedings
,,on subject ed because the court is
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he Marshal into the .required
country
VV&U ... zeal His extraordinary exertions protected I latest accounts from Pensacola
at.Key.
; small body of troops, to..sit ,but twice a year* at ,
rrThis gentleman, (very illiberal! at a critical' moment, will by a advise. that the U. S. Frigate tfie same times when the Superior neatly
be remembered by his countrymen to apprehend them. Judge Smith '
Constellation
thinkbas attributed it entirely ever had been for some
we
ly
is
etni- ith gratitude. As a civil explained with much care, the necessity detained Court appointed to hold its 'ea.
time in
the
to *(onc, two or three harbor there,
the of sions ; and because the judge i is
of rights
&- securing
F- who nave gone 10 officer he was distinguished as a because of the want of a sufficient
lawyers,
grant wise and Governor. He':>vas each party, and with great distinctness of not a lawyer and lawyers: alone arequalifiedi
Florida in quest of better prospects I just depth wateron the bar to sail be Ibis
: judges.
than they could find in a the first Chief Magistrate of Kentucky the friendly and necessary over it with her guns aboard ; and: I last
remark "Ieem, to those
I fair competition of talents in. to which station he was character oflhe proceeding, it was believed by her officers.. may who
: have been in the habit of looking
: the States where they resided." subsequently elevated under circumstances which the chiefs yerc made fullyto that, if the guns were taken out. atour Judicial with tole
understand-aid asked their ; system
the most honorable to enable her to the bar
.- While penning these uncourteous pass over rable
and His Roman integrity co-operation, in securing the of the of omplicen'cy'cry bold
gratifying. rougbneas the without
remarks, Mr. Simonton appears sea and broad one-but I,will venture
overlooked the was proverbial, and no fenders. the bar would render it impracti-' '
have wholly
to The Chiefs askid for time, and to go farther andsaythat in every
in the that ever lived could with cable to them.
man Some
publications on this subject, re-ship happy >;
it is dte edand
oher'country act.
throughout the Unit- greater propriety be styled the after deliberating, they expressedgreat combination of wind and tide, ,
.. / newspapers Marshal ed as a self-evident propoti.
God." But it willingness that the upon
"nobfat work of it is
be
to will
ed States, and the strong remon hoped, soon relieve '
,
their tion. The Tailor. who makes
should irto
made to the government belongs tbHistory.nol to the pen go country, the frigate k her officers from this my
atrances : their coat, is recommended to ?
in
do all my
the Insurance Companies and eulogy, to .transmit his fame to and promised\ dilemma, into which ihey have patronage
by made
himself
those who had by having;
to secur,
foreign ministers.. When a. certain -; posterity.Reporter.) power been eaticedby the hope of prove J '
of
done and to restrain and master his trade ; the black.
of men find that 11. wrong ing the facilities which the harborof
description= ST. AUGUSTINE, July smith horse
11 punish those, whft should in futua.Poviolate whq.shoes my is entrusted
law and justice are opposed' to Indian depredation-The.- their lawsOn Pensacola affords for a Naval *with. the job. because he

..their views, they are- apt to cry gaor.d* Indians of this Territory, Friday nurning tlefar- Depot. But should either Eolusor has been for years a disciple in the

out against the lawyers. It is have indulged in a series of mis- shal with detachment of Neptune prove inauspicious, school of V lcan ; but the Judge

howeverthe law itself that they chief which has at last resulted in under the a comnaud of troops Lieut. and refuse to unite in ag grand effort who is to decide upon my liberty

dread. In truth is well known in the murder of a half breed Creek Washington, set out for the In- to enable our frigate and her and life, according to Law, the

St. Augustine that this Gentleman, who was under the protection gallant crew to proceed.. in the most intricate and delicate of call!
.. .. (rTiai with warrants, issued i
country
.. iffif"& __.J.' -. 1- r --- P'-' vZE7JP& Derforma of-the duties assigned -
: l il;Bl Q 'i1Vyhia cIATellP. J.olephV ,at his plantation, by the judgi. or our superior I to them, unless the sciences, has never troubled him*
Secretaryof
did wish court to be established Court, for the apprehension of self in the least to acquire a know.
not any about 70 miles from tiiis city, on the Navy, in his wisdom
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at Key West, that, there Lake George. Long John, accused as one of the find can ledge of the rule of his decision.
a remedy, the Constellationmust
was no need of a court on that Island murderers of George, and Tanufkee The primary object oj establish
remain
Within the last two months the as a Frenchman
for the wrecking business. Eu-chee Billy, and Jack ; ing a court, is to give the peoplea
Indians would in de
have roamed about in the say, pot Gazette.
He probably then conceived that and ve hope the execution oi .. forum, at which they may pro.
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foiests and .
the
through plantations .
the arbitration system was,: much these processes will be effectual, cure a speedy and satisfactory ad. '
of the whites the
better but he appears to have to great and ttat the Indians will be taughtto Fire Company No. 2.-At an election, just ent of their differences. The''

changed his tune Washington, terror of the inhabitants, and several respect the sovereignty of our held at the Court House, on Saturday lawis the rule by which this ad
parties occasionally visited evening 26th August 1826, the following
in laws. justment differences is to b&
on finding that this system was this/city, and while here a gentlemen were elected! officers of Fire

; .very bad odour with Congresd. loose to much indecency of gave beha There is a necessity for extend Company No 2, for the remainder of the effected. Who then, that has a

\ As to the Lawyer t Mr Simonton viour and in the ing protection to the people of present year.Ferguson decision against him, will confide
rioting streetsat
\ well believe that none will Florida. The Indians have been H. Nisbet, 2resident in its correctness. when he reflects

may emigrate to Key West and night, disturbing our citizens ; admonished repeatedly to abstain Jacob Ricketts Secretary. that the man who made this
ever
and on oneoccasion they becameso James Uushton, Engineer.
never could interfere with the proceedings troublesome to make it from improper conduct and Randall Allis "I decision has no more acquaintancewith
as
necessary
of either arbitration or I II for the civil authorities though the more reputable among \v. lIa el! Hunt, 1 this rule than himself? True
to flsrector,.
1f
I court there. The slur attemptedto notice their conduct. them wish to do so, yet they do Henry Ahrens it is that in relation to the great

be cast upon emigrants to Flo- not appear to h-ave enforced their James Pendleton, J fundamental principles of mcum '
Others intimated a disposition Hamilton L. Cook, Collector.
rida, comeb,with a very ill grace 'to enforce claim to all the lands authority\ with any salutary ef- I and tuum there can be no materialdifFerenc'e : '
We shouldbe fect. of opinion men
from Gentleman. among
West of the St. John's and the
glad to know whether he has Serious and well grounded We select the following excellent toast I of-sense. But it is in minor points "
chief, Se-nuf-ka, with Eu-chee Billy given the Fourth of
not emigrated from some Sate in and his brother Jack actually. complaints, have also been madeto tOR S.on C.'I July at Charles of practice, that a Judge, who has

the Union. He surely did not repulsed one of 'Our citizens and ; the Government, but instead of A perpetual TEST-ACT for South-Ca even devoted his whole life, to the

spring up from one of the stagnant His 'in passing the river strengthening our effective force, rolina.-We cherish as a native every study and practice of the law, is

an4 pestilential ponds on the Island party up |it has removed from the Territory adopted Citizen, who supports our local liable to err. How impossible it

of Key West. for I he purpose of surveying some .one of th'e. companies stationed policy and laws t we reject as the worst is then for a man, whose time has
land that he had recently of that native who "
ALIENS,
purchased them.
opposes: been ,
consumed in other
Amicus Floridse. in this cuy, and sent itto Savan- pursuits,
and threatened to take
___
nah, where it can be of no earthlyuse. to decide these point."corr ctlr.
.- their provisions and clothing -
away The Indians ksow also that OOMMUNICJl.TION. His decisions would not give satisfaction
We have good reason to believe thatsmuggling ,.and to tie them and tend them .
there is. musket fit for ; the suitoiB relying"upon
at Key West is by' no means not a use
into the nation and l
't confined to goods brought from the Ha- w.fyip them in the hands of our militia. The OUR JUDICIARY NO. I. his want' of knowledge of the

\-ana. There can be no doubt from information Another party wen) to the plantation only alternative then is to call upon To the Editor tfthe Peniacola Gazette. Law, would in almost all cases appeal .
of Mr.
Poirer at Matanzas
which we have received, that the civil Sir Allow and I believe I add
efficacy -
authority to give ; ,- me through may
it enters extensively into the wrecking 20 miles from this city t and took your :
island.N to our laws, fo teach them paper to present to your readers, would in almost all cases succeed
that of
concerns on possession outhouse and re-
The large Spanish ship Tarantula fustd to out when ,directed by that they cannot continue to transgress a plain statement of the present iu their appeals. The first great
go
bound from Cadiz to the Havana was Mr. with impunity.We condition of this branch of our object of a Government: is to do-
Rutan.-One if- this
: captured by the Colombian armed ship party have.heard it said, thatthe Territorial Government, and justice, and the second, hardly
of the month of primed his riffle Itolivar in the beginning ap
murderers of humble views in less important, is to give satisfac
driven George were not a- relation to the
March 1825, was afterwards on shoot Mr. Rulsn, if he persisted

the Florida reef but was got off by a. in Jus'order .for, ft)em to go a- menable to our laws ; and at. modifications which it requires.And tion. The system of government

wre ker and carried'to Key West. It was The same tempts have beei made to persuade first I ,would remark that our which fails, in the latter object, is
subsequently
stated in the public papers that this vessel way. pry the Indians defective in most important
Court
went to the of Mr. not to permit 'present County system (if a : par.
plantation ,
had a cargo on board the most part of in the the Marshal to go over into their system it may be .called) has ticular and must ultimately gIve
vhich consisted, Quick silver, worth Long, ,a-u"neighborhoodJ&:
to take them. This shared the fate of all way to a better
!half million of dollars. The wrecker, committed considerable depredations country con political

at that time did not happen to be in the. by destroying and carrying duct is far from, that of good citizenship measures of doubtful expediency, The principal reason, as I have

good; graces of the authorities .at Key away his corn and' other articles of and discorrrs an imbecility in the variety of changes which it : already intimated, why the Circuit

West, &the Jury allowed him only g50 not justified bjf law or prece has undergClot,inumuch that now court sytttem gave way to the
refused to take it provision.
for came his to salvage.St. Augustine.employed He counsel. ,, A house 12 miles distant. be dent. The.; murder, was committed the people have no confidence 'in county-Court system, was the unwillingness

onl'ow \ ground and within its permanancyand the law. bf the people of the
;
and filed H libel forkiaiaJva? c, longing 'Mr. Srrecter Jias also creating -
The marshal went to Key West to been burnt by them-where the close of oae of our most respectable it is, except in relation to the Territory to bear the.expense of .

seize the .vessel and in virtue of they keepin.g the circuit Court. I
carlO made-threats of war-took some: citizens. .As well mightit probate powers of the Court, little up
the libel : but a compromise having been be said that citizen of less than dead letter presume, howeverthat-even those
salvor corn from black some o- a in the i
*} was accepted by the a woman, and
propose
and he received about4,000 dollars for killed 4,or 5 cattle. 'II her, country could. mot I be called Statute book. i who were most _clamorous upon

; hit services. Those who had the management Several other prrJonl..have been I to account tor the same act, committed In 1822 there was .a Circuit this subject, would agree with me,.
of the business pretended that the within that could wenosy, establish amt
; out jurisdiction. Court
injured in the immediate the Territory divided
> ; was
cargo was only worth about$15.000, and vicinity ,The laws keep a circuit Court in which,
that there was no quicksilver at all on of this city, in their persons. and must ancj will prevail, into two circuits. Each of the up ,
and the Indians the law might be administered,
board. I property. mutt be taught to Judges of'this.. court received a

It has since turned put,as we are credibly The most recent outrage was respect them ; and'the' turbulent salary of .81200, and they were with ,.uniformity and,-satisfaction S

informed that the quicksilver, an committed on the plantation of and refractory to fear them. required hold cour:. quarter to the .people* at as little

,t stated in the public papers when was actuallyon she Major Woodruff. The circumstances "4 F. Herald. yearly, in each of the counties of expense :the county court occa
larantula .
bo&rdofthe arrived -
sionsit: ld.be des
.wo extremely
at Key West, but that during the we, understand to be-.as follows their respective circuits. But. forth :
absence of the wrecker was all smuggled : A party,of Indians went to '!)Lb&a support of this court it was rable to have the circuit Court re* '

Over to the Havana, and not a cent hisplantation, and continued dissipating necessary that a tax should be established.To the task then of'

of duty on it paid to the United States. on liquor which they S FKID.tV. sEtVgtulftt.t, 1826. leYied.-and .the old inhabitants proving that we may. .
The duties would bave'amount d to from The of
-- judges the County Court,
thouiand dollar brought with them, for two or who possessed few"'or no '
sixty to seventy : ferlt .an..fltur., resuur'I' at held two sesions an
present
'It would have.been wejl if Mr, Simon. three days aud'then became sick, es, .who had lived upon per

ton had mentioned this important case of, George a half breed ;Creek in the 'rhe following is a list of the officers of' of the Government of Spain, and num. If tribunal/should ever

,the Tarantula in his addre&s. It might domestic service of Major Wood the u. S. Ship Hornet, which arrived at I who now, found, that instead of be of any use (and if there .be no

have tad.great weight with Congres, in ruff, administered to them some this port-on'the 24th August.! being supported by .the Government prospect of this, in Heaven's name
considering question establishing a I Samuel Woodhouse, Commander. why not abolish it) the number ofcauses
Court at Key West, and also in that of] medicine andthey went away, but William J. Belt, Jjhn / Young, Joseph under which they'lived, they '
decided it
vontinuinjfthe( .custom-house there. 1 one of their party\'d.ying. they '.re.turued .. Ctotts jr., and U. A. Adams, Lieutenant -. Were' .called '1)1'} ?.lnr Their turn to by at each session *

._- -- -- -rxr- 11 r I'll and infixed George in .the' *. nWijiiaro 'support the. GoVeri&mentJ murmured will Dot-be less than twenty,

1MAUT1a evening; into. thr.fields ,and shot :! trhitUe, Soiling! Matter. loudly the necessity of ,averaging the Dockets of ,the

________.I __. _:_ .' him,.putting three ,balls through : Robert Geprge Poltenger AViiCodwise, Surgeon.:. paying .this .tax. Their, :complaints Courts of the several ,Counties .in

.I.Az I&gIO Jg..Jui.y.- 26-m6;, his.body- ..-.- -: "4" .1 '.?.\ Green: ,.JameiT., Purer.Y. Sehenck. Wm. reach \VashingtonCity j the Territory;for every cause decided 4

:DZLTU'OF. I4AoS1iLBT." ,: .,,'Jp'thecoiarse of last week com* P. nooe.J. W. .ftnrivl. H. Cwiy aid and the lair, was,repealed. : or judgment. rendered: the

? and is aU: dwihiW. Mo .,U hh judge: gets $'. There'are eleven
Ptti*good :great man < plaints ,were entered: before thej ie. f2er& At the $ucceed.l gleslioft'Oftheegi.latiYe .
J. V. Lf11& mb Counties in the Territory. Here iiatoriceanamoutn
: Capai'aC..k.-
with SMITH '
iCKwrobered the-dUtingiush* Hon\Judge, against such'of \
Edwird Council, held',in ..lSSS.:
Ingram, mtruain. of g 1760. Sup
He died and the Indiana .identified
coul be
:
eddeacL't' as
tranquil : memorable '
the effort
JosephVhitt, .Carpenter.Enos was first
business which -
the
pose .then they
bapp*'at,feia'farm in tLin olD 'O'D.t and it was -determined that it wasnecessary. Me Cov, Maker. made to .
I ; .. establish a Territorial do out,of Terra .time .t'o
the afternoon Thursday Just, .that the most' energetic _" ..._ .. may pro
; 4 -- -- JiJiciaryupbn ,
aplan.5ornthing duce third of the .
ISihiRStimt <_ ,.1Gi should be Mb much: 'be them one .amount *
the t year measures ..adopted to .fo lamented thAt Editprs likethat on which it, now stantis.. would
of bliagei., A'short "time .before check these outrages4 and while are too apt to'fl lisb statemeots, calcu. In 1824 itwaa. above, it mentioned and it
ltd'o considerably m di- that the of these
: .i iz.iih4bereputition of teem ju'dges
deathAad4aitCr be had 'dined tbc.c.oarae.tob puraucdwi, .determining persun.r
'? his fied. The old law.
PtC63io'&UthOTityoften.times not to was repealed couc s"will receive from.,people ,
,walked the Chiefs
j.bji.familj be asuiuat arrived from .
: be depe ddiqt4 and t e oldjudgO.went: '
tliercby give currency \ jpat, of of of the Terit'r'i'.hhc it is true -
hfcri'drrc yards or more for'xelCisr Washington and :'vewInformed, : to.tWiehood 'kwhtch g .
litewild-firc
a runs fice. In 1885 it was again
) "* :materially they do net it,out.of the Treasury
ad returned, to the of the excessesmitted that had taeu while trutjj jc03J*. after| This.rcmarijsio.duced get
,: ; com Urging' changed:&ad is now:.t&.long 'ef the' GoveriHneptv the tuni .
bjmselt'In chair ; the roenk ho'.Chh :>v me following' *-
by .
tioue, aeijed a ; young PaT er whatitw. in 1824. dt234G $ -
miagtea .. fs i : be r well 'dUposV ptronithe Baltimore Gazette, wbiciiurjipidhgojng4hc ; ithiflW'y-foUr4Dtai '
I thCdtp
expired EiHrat '
and1u.1V ; rounds uf the north In \a Qo"nyVhere of the, ,,aggregate; araoBQt propoted;
without.V 1lruggIC." .F.ot' some ed, expressed: much.regTeta&dappeared :1 ern : there U: "
T : paperti'and: fhoUgh .cootndiet: more .commerce*, and to be patIto-thc old'Circuit Court ,
yearsut' his pbjiflcal, .", o"erlJ ., willing;:to It1UIFC.1afl; ediu ial1 bcnt gumbcr* oi 'the'Gaz- where,,thcrdore niorc' Uti tion V ; .' ;: *' '

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If the forfsoinj rcBtrltt. meet :BRICK AND WAwn ( .: 1 iLt f A :..; Mtc
I' propose, to LUMBERtB '.Ufra-T: 1 .- :; .
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approbation! J next IAfser.6te .
you \ .a.w,1O... ... 'it, 'pte..ti811; irf: i. ..
next.jVVe. Office, 1 "--7 .. \ tI1e.cae t etI
pursue the lubject your f .Leave 'atr 11& e 1I'raGtcfiei.e ,,-...., .
Pett e1'es1TUtI
acolit i
1sf".8ept. t82 : oatk Odd aatl
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.-We do not disprove oF the EALED Proposals will be receivedat iny office,until 'lit Oct ober nest 'fortb P Taetda16i;B ararnneH9 O.-..! '- )Iae Emaat. ; .:I of dmrilr!
e i1
although of the following materials to build (aeeGJ by Letters Patent feader',flit
remarks generally, iJ supply ; a csmith's dart
h9gs4 black 266. "i FrOIa Jah..tt1
foregoing tVo not agree with the author in every shop and mast House, at the Navy Yard, yis560,000 4 n. to PiAoertovB Ga' by ,Decatur Salof: tbee. United States) ha been a- .
we ,_ once a week, 160 d ptcd
of to
.m coaseqaeaee esW lodunvalled
even where he appears to suppose 5
particular miles. ,
that all will agree with him. I brick, 9 inches long, 4J do. vide 2| do. thick, ana Of the fiat qtoiity: Leave TaJUfeissee every Wedaesdat"- sad popularity. : -

Editor Pcn G uette.f at "a, and afrits'at The whole to 'be -
PI LK./nl tIn ssidt: m. .Piadertova onFridaj drawa ,IN :

-- w tf.0"' ''-- I 28 Pieces Timber 28 i J8 py6p.TO. c ? -
We are authorised and requested to an 23 do. : ,, 'j Leare f indertoyn every Sajnrdy atam'and 6 iNEJl. Yaad wi take .
,
pounce ADd* Gomsov Esquire as a candidate 23 do. t 29.( .)Jit ..,; I .. 'I bjrBaia.: astire' at:Tallahassee; oa.Ma&daj. place on 'Wednesday 27ft .
:
in the next Legislative ,
.
; for a seat do. t -' .
Representative from the 11 15.: ,1 fL9 ] 267. Prom St. MaryX CderaJn 'w" .
Council, as a by 1'M.Jjr r.l'
District of this County. 22 do. 30 ft. 1g. 9 In. thick 11 .i.. : .r; a:. l Crawford,'011 8t. Johns,and Jtcks&mlle ,. -
Eastern . .1 In the City of Richmond '
wide iachca I
and 9 i tot ,
by
We are authorised requested *: running c Augustine once a Week, 100 srilesLeave I '

the friends"of Col. JOBS .us LA RCA, to 22 1 do. ": 129_ s f .f .' 't I 1_. St.. Ala"'' every Saturday wit 4 HIGHEST PRIZE

state, tbat he will serve, as member of the 11 do. ,; ..: .. 18 I 9 .. !' 1.2 p m and arrive at St. AugultiM.oat a .

next Legislative Council, if elected. do. ,Monday by 6 p m. .
8 : 14 T' I )
9" 820OO
We are authorised .and 'requested to I : Leave St. Augustine every Thursday .
announce, DATTD, C. PIITKHAK Esquireas ; 8.4 do. -. 11 9 71. .1 6 a' m and arrive at St. Mary's on Saturday

a candidate for a seat in the next Le..gislatire 13 do. .. 18 9 4' I by 10 a ... BRILLL&AT SCffEME.

Council, as a Representativefrom 3 do. 't 12 9 4 Notes_ 1 of g2Qooo '$000

the Eastern District of this County I' 2 do. 'f 16: 9 !4 : 1. The P Master General may expedite 1 of' a.ooo A 8,00() .

CarthagenaLieut.; Aixx- 2' do. i- 9, ,6 6 the mails and alter the times for 1 of' 4,000 4,000
DIEM-M arrival and departure at time .s or 1,000
during
..AKDXftVis* Zhrxt, of the Colombian 3 do. \ 12 12 5 any .5,000.
the continuance of the he 20 or 100.
Navy, and formerly of the Navy of the 1 do. i- 14: 12' 5 ing an adequate compensation contract for any pay.extra SO or 50 Z504.2,000 :

United States.- 9 do. '44"15. 8 expense occasioned thereby. 100 of 20 2,000300o1

9 do. 16' 18 8 2. Seven minutes shall be allowed for 5. .. 1,500 l j!\

18 do. 28 ft. lg. 8. 'n. thick 10 1& 'opening and closing toe mail,at all offices 12,SOO of ,O< \\
SU1."FiUWVQ where no particular time is specified.
wide in. '
running to ft 3. For every fifteen minutes. delay, in 12,978 Pets ea,tatting to 95.000 \. ;

18 do. 12 8 6 arriving after the time prescribed in any 1-,022 ,

54 do. 11 "9 1 contract, the contractor= shall forfeit ten .. A t' .

.. 8 do. 14 9 T dollars; and if the delay continue until 25,000 rackets g5,000 -

8 do. 8! 4 the departure of any pending mail, MODE OF DRAWlKG-The num-
-ro-rt 'of ensQ.n, do. whereby a trip is lost, a forfeiture of bers will be put in one wheel as usual.
8
S3 10 9 double., the amount allowed for carrying and in the other will be put the Prizes

ARRIVED 8 do. so 10 9 the mail one trip, shall be incurred un the denomination of Four Dollars above .

AuJt. 25_Schr. Eclipse, E&sfoa. 18 do. ; 12 9 10 less it shall be made to appear, that the and the drawing to progress ;in the usual

Vera Cruz 23 days-bound to N. 4 dQ. 16 9 10 delay was occasioned by unavoidable accident manner The 12,500prizea of Four dol.
in
; which case the amount of lair will be awarded to the
18. do. pay dd
Orleans, -put in for water: Capt, ... 12 9 8 for a trip, will be forfeited. These for- numbers of the Lottery(as the case or evea
'' that Con Porter va 4 .do. 16 9 8 feitures it will be observed may
are
E. reports uncon dependent On the drawing of flies
at Vera Cruz and 'had hoisted *.. T do. .. 14 8 5" I ditional, except for the failure of a. trip ,capital prize rf -TftntY 'Thrv"-->- t '
3 do. by unav.,vlM*-_.;i. -*,.a._ an-,any '. Ifl'-w""u flie "
14 use -* nty Thous.
commander of the Mex'oa 11"f' I ;T
flagas be reduced to the for .- sand.Dollar
I.' pay one trip That prize should
26 Joist 19 ;12 ; 3'. come out to an
.forces. on no condition is this sum or ths other odd number then every odd aumber ia
26:,chr. May Flower, liar- 16 do. 16 9 3' penalties. stated,to be remitted. the scheme will be entitled to a four doi- .

man, Appalachicola.Schr. 110 do. 18 9 *. 3 4. Persons making proposals are required iarprize; if the Twenty Thousand' dol

James Alcxander, Patter- 104 do. ,9 9 3 to state their prices by the year. lar prize should come out to an even nuns

180 do. 10 8 .3 Those who contract will receive their ber, then all the even numbers in tho

son, Balize. 90 do. pay quarterly-in the months of May, scheme" will he each entitled to a prize of '
Schr. New Year, Henry, with 14 8 3 August, November and February, one our dollars. $ v
of 350 feet run of joist Proniscuousleigthe '15 3 month after the ,.
the crew and part of the cargo ,expiration of each Odd Numbers end with 1,3,5,7 or 9

the schr. Harriet of this Port 76 Joist 24 9 3 quarter. Even Numbers with 2, 4,6, 8 ur 0,
76 do. 5. No other than a free white
14 9 3
'wrecked on Horn Island. shall person This mode of drawing not only permits .
employed to the mail.
29.-U. S. Transport Schr. 76 do. 22 9 3 6. Where the proposer carry intends to convey the whole Lottery to be completed in one 4

Florida: Baker, Tampa Bay via 304 do. 21 9 3 the mail in the_ body of a stage car- drawing, but has' the great advantage of -distributing #

APPalacMcola-Passengers Major 1700 feet run of joist promilcuoulleugths 11 '3 riage, he is desired to state it in his proposals the tmall prizes regularly to .

Thos. Wright U. S. Army and 600 do. do. do. 14 3 ; and the stage must be of sufficient that every the alternate bolder number-of two ia the scheme so ,
tickets
500 do. do. do. 10 3 size, unless otherwise expressed, to or two> _t
Mess. La Rua, Rogers and Van accommodate shares of tickets (one odd and ose even
seven _
Baum. 80 pieces scantling 14 4 3 7. Every proposer passengers.offer in his bid number:) will be certain'ot obtaining at =

ENTERED. 8 do. do. 20. 5 4 to make any improvement may in the. trans-; least one prize, and in the 1aU1C'ratio for

August28th--Schr.-Two Friends, 90, do. do. 12 4 3 portation of the mail from the terms invited any greater i
Beauvais New Orleans. 8 do. do. -' 22 5 4 cither as to the mode of transporting ng a superior prize in this scheme b not
restricted from
28 do. do. 3 it, the speed required or the frequency drawing an inferior one
23 6J also
!
CLEARED tickets
of the trips per weefc-which shall receive -many ,therefore, will necessarily .

August 30th-Schr. New Year, 12 do. do. 23 8 3t due consideration. obtain two prizes each-' :

34 do. do. _, 10 4J3J Prizes payable in Cash, which can
Henry, Pascagoula. The number of the post route shall be be had ,,
usual
18 do. do. as at C ohe n's office the
31th-Schr.1tvoFriends Beau- 14& 3| stated in bid
every and the proposal must moment they are drawn. .
vais New-Orleans with 8000 20 de",. do. 004' 11 8' 4 I be sealed and directed to the General "
Whole
"
8 do. do. 10' 8'4 i: Post-Officand' endorsed' "Proposals." Tickets g5 -* &&& glS
bricks M. Bonifay. Halves
by "
250 \ t
"
Strict attention Eighths 63
/ be .
SAILED "do. do. 10 5 5 must given to the endorsement
6 do. do. '. -- ,as it is not intended to break To be had in the greatest variety of'I. ;
August 29th.-Schr. Eclipse, 12 84 the seal of any proposal,until the time for numbers (Odd and Even) at s

Easton, New-Orleans.Ur 8 do. do. v 16 e| 3J receiving bids shall have eD. 'red.
-
PORT. 30 do. do. 11 6} 4 8. The- Post-ltlaater. General reservesto

FOR THIS 8 do. do. -''-f'. '; .-... 4 4 himself the right of declarin -any contract COhEN'S.
York 11\h.-
At New Augutt
-''- "" at an end whenever failure
,
80 do. do. -- 16 3 one happens -
4
Brig John Marshall, Drummond, 140 do. do. 25 9i' 3 ,which amounts to ,the loss of a trip. Lottery Jf Exchange OiJice,
to sail on or about the ith. .. 9. The distances stated are such as
Rich1R.oml4n
Baltimore, August 3d. 180 do. do. 31 4 3 have been communicated to this office, Norfolk.CCjWhere I" .

Arrived-U. S. Schr. Fox, 90 do. do. 18 8.} 3} and some of them may be incorrect: on : numerous capitals have been

Lieut. Cora. Van Brunt, from a 28 dodo.. 16 81..3' this subject the contractor must inform obtained-Prizes litany oftbe late Loitel
2000 feet of 2 inch plank himself.-The Department will not be new will be received in payment

cruize. 16700 1$ do. answerable for any mistake. Orders' from any part of the United
10. In every case where the mail is States either by mail (
JLLTLRJLTIQ.V OF PROPOSALS.Stone 900 1 do. post paid) or private -
*
v
18 4jiide transported in stages,and the present con. conveyance enclosing the cash or
and Timber Wanted 1100 11 do.: 1$ 'j do. tractor shall be underbid, and the under- I prize tickets in any of IheLotteries, will

900 1$ do. 18 5 do. bidder shall not have such stage property meet the Able 'promptimd punctual at-

.Y t.y 'gent' (JJlic ? 1100 1* do. 15 s do. as may be necessary for the performanceof tention as. if on personal ,;aPPlication=ad .

PenWcolu,4r< I, 1826 5 6300 1$ do. 5-i the contract, be shall be required to dress to
12 5} do. purchase from the J; L COHEN jr &
Proposals will be received 500 do. present contractor, at BROTHERS,
1 I
SEALED office, until 1st. October! $ 14 12 do. a reasonable valuation,the whole or-any. Norfolk erJtic&vond- t
25000 1 inch do. part 'of the stage including i OjW. Hasell Hnnt .
property' will
next, for the supply of the following materials receive ancJ. .
to build a wharf at the Navy 62000 cypress shingles 2 6 do, horses that may be suitable for the service -I forward orders as above, 1

Yard, viz : and make payment therefor by Pensacola, 25th.Augult1826-. t

105,468 Cubic feet of timber of the Jbl- The timber must be of yellow pine of the first quality and free from all defects reasonable instalment, as his pay becomes. '

lowing dimensions vizi. such as windshakes, large knots and sap, and to be gotten out agreeably to due, or as the parties may agree. FOR.BA1&, AB.OUSE .. ..
the exact dimensions given in the bill. The .These terms will; be made;condition -- "
1218 logs 30 feet long and 13 by 14 agent..reserves the power-Jbf'io: '
inches I creasing or reducing the quantities and qualities above specified, at any time be Fq the acceptance any bid under the .
square. -
fore closing the contracts. bid of the present contractor; and should $
1228 do 28 feet long, and 131 by 14 D. & L\)"
inches : All the above articles are to be delivered at the Navy Yard, Pensaccla. The the underbidder fail to comply with tnem, "
square. first delivery must be made about the his bid will be offered to the present contractor .
15th of
576 do. 21 feet long, and 13 by 14 October, and the balance as the materials ,
inches are required. They will be subject to a rigid inspectionby the officers of. ; but should he decline makingthe i I Uu on Government Street in the Ci

e 5,852 square.Perches of Stone, suitable for the the yard, and payment will be made for them only. upon evideme being producedat contract, that rate, the proposal of ty of PensacoU-.the tot is knowtf th. '.
conttntction of a substantial and durablevharf. this office of the delivery and inspection. the underbidder will accepted uncon plan of the City AS number 282 and con "

It is desirable that endorsements be made upon the proposals, chewing whether ditionally. talus 80 feet in'front;by 170 deep.

they are made for stone or timber for the wharf for brick 11. No bid shall be withdrawn after .LSO ;
All the logs of SO feet in length, must or or lumber for the ?OR LEAS& '
the time for bids shall have .
above described buildings. receiving expired
be of Cypress, and it would be greatlypreferred TWO
if the whole oT the timber could Bond, with ample and approved security will be required fir the exact and ,. and should any person refuse to
lie obtained of that description. If Cy. : faithful execution of the contracts., take'the contract at his bid, he shall beheld orortenYean.the & 0- '
responsible to the for by
cannot be procured for the whole Samuel it. Overton. Department -'.
press or the difference between his bid, and that ,Ww.Baig t
a part of the balance, it must be gottenout ..iuatedahalf mile NortlTSIiS _
..W Riff ,A8eut. at which the contract than be made. No '
of the heart of Yellow Pine. It must ., J. .decisions on"bids shall be made known the City of Pensacola, together,with thp I

be free from all defects, particularlywind OCT" .fa mechanics are confidently expected to be here, to commence thenfimr before the'18th of October. The assignment JAtof ,

: shakes, large knots and sap ; to be on the 1st of October, all persons are hereby notified that the time of receiving ,of any:contract without the consent .14 m1J '

nicely and exactly hewed, and out of proposals will expire on that day, and that the first delivery unler the contracts for of the Post-Master General, shall forfeit _

vim) .I stone,and timber, will be about the 15th of next month01 *- il--and in all cases where application is on which it stands; as much of the rent

The stone i&to be of the best quality The Mobile Commercial Repiter and Tallahassee Intelligencer wit please insert made to the Department to nanctkm a. to be appropriated ,to finishing the house ,

that, can be procured in this section of the above advertisement until 20th September, and forwtrd their accounts to transfer, the terms must be fully stated. as may be necessary., For terms and

country, and to be delivered of a site and this office for payment. ; Should a contractor or his agent .engage further. i information enquire of.Col. Jooxx ;:,.'
shape most convenient and desirable for .
8.R.O. in the transmission of commercial Boa Pensacola.Pensacola
>>
n. a. L4; .
the for which it is intended. '
purposes- -- information by express on his route more 29th
AU the above articles are to be delivered I \\1 -5our 8.Xe,8 t .. 1l\Y.() AIJ rapidly than the mail, he shall forfeit his August, 1826=21tr.._ ,

at the Navy Yard, Pcnsacola. TheE mHEuDde.rajgnedil.now to contract. .,! .. .-.... ;';. ',. 1
"
time of delivery'will be fixed in the contracts NOTIOE_ .": "'
and must be governed by future arrangements at *, on the following Post Roads 'tii ; or become useless in whole -'J>
and,County taxes,as per assessment. made pgress CfD HE undersigned hiving* been order* .. ,'
for the commencement 'arid will be received at the General frst.Office or the opinion! of the Post... .
by Mr. C. Evans,reeelYerort returns for in. pan.'ln : ; .. =ed bj.Uw lloa.-,tbe County Caen of
prosecution the work. The materials the ,resent *And 'also (as the law I in the City ofWathington, until the ef 'General, be' may limit or dispense ,Escambis'cnunty. tin ad mu&Ur'opfed -
will be subject to the usual \ year. : of October next inclusive contractoron making t
inspection at the arrears otJIe/Po1J..tu! for 12th. day wrath e service the I Estates of j: .M.PL1NN.ZOUINGO?
requires)
the Yard, and payment: will be made for I the' 'ears. 1824-5, .making.lor' the two In Florida. :% *a'* him.. an allowance' .,of one' IDODth'. I GONZALEZ .&_Ffi NCl3CO,.HEJUOr. _

them Bond only, with as they ample are and delivered.approved Security years, the'sam of fifty,- cents' : .,upon each 263. from Burnt Corn, Alabama. 'by extra1::1,: '13r.pay.Tncicantracts'! are. to. bean opera' :Int *st tea who have'.ieed" -1' leaving proper., .,;;_ ". :-..
of 'h .
of anda
will be required .for the exact and free like male teny-one all dates years above age the, I load Forks, or Frazers, 'tu. Pen.! cola, fion on, tlae; day'of January next;.and tyiadhUTenitory. ; ,;

fwthful execution of the.contracts., of 17 arid sura upon exceeding As age the I twice a_week,94'miles. ,, to'.continue four years: $ Hereby Rejjucsts. : e ,
apt
{Samuel; it. Overton Leave Burnt Com every Monday i and .
JohoMcLean .
small and
the :
amounts together are very, *'
Thursday at 6 1-3 a m:and arrive at.?cnsacola .. all persons luring .demands against the :'
J avy Jigent, first that has teen,called, for, since the ,P.- inter Gm r l. -" .
of the sal -
3 estates' :*states to eseftt -
and ra ; i
Tuesday
Friday by p. .
It will be observed that the time tOr, change .of -government it is expected' on Post Oee 12th 1835. ? ...
. receiving > Leave Pensacola every Saturday'--d Depait. ent,July the same imJBCitf<< >tyjljv tbo jedtutbe iadebt' : -
proposab for Stone and timber for! they- will paid-in without delay' and ., 26T' ; .. ...
Wednesday i.t.9 a'm and arrive at Burnt : aaiiae too sake 'payacnti.fe... : .-, .- ,'
% Wharf will expire on the 'lit October, without, cost .or trouble.* I T .. ', .
and byb pT in; y with 10' \
instead of the 15th Corn on Sunday Thursday; 1) '.,lf M Q tb. .,.'" "'O _
heretofore Davison '
aa publi bed. Wra. : c "
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lene.h ""
264. From Pensaeola.by Gad ). ,-. W' .Jb" ',;! '
(rjrTbr: Editors of f :
Mobile
tfte Commer- :
.UI 1"0 .i. rv ', ,
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Ul6.J1.'tJ Jackson c. b. i.:1d'VaJt ri e .h.JovTaJ&nassee ; Jc l ... .
:
cal Register and Florida ..1nt ti! enter, Grand .of; -,' .. ,,' .'., ''' .' .;
will please copy the above alteration, of A. \equ l',.. .: once a week, 220.ratl. CLeave -.. Stit4.4 .-r'l.:.i .4Yirr, ,H. Q !P Q.. !(".\:/1"w'4. "
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proposals. 259t..- .. :Pensacola every,:sWcdsfi dyt,at : 1t7pD1L r .. L' 'c.' c. :v ..1. .'"

Br&ckenridge's'Kulogy.! ,IF L of any Nites Gentleman Weekly has Register ths5rst, ..which Volume is Tuesday'. 'a m and bv 10 arrive acm: at TaHi"--. '. .,:. F; .' -nrA.t J'a ,;.t: f4.; i t'i. :tt 'efMONONG .Ptra,24th, .- ,- .'l .2S- ',':. .1k... 'i)- t ',.. =. -',' 1Of ::

A few not his own property; be.:will coofera 2 ,LI :A. .. 1)I.MY. w.wL.c.'t.. .:: : ,
copies of ttrackcnridk'e$:..k1o Leave'TalUbaisecp 'l .$ ''' '' -- '
eeiacbk 1i '11-- :a'baHt .. \ _ on the favor by leaving it at- the : 1-= to' __ .1/.
fires'and- .... characters- .r f' ,. Bookstore: that volume' being wanted| m andartiveat ., .'1'.tJ! !' ,.. ..;>,""'''''' .,., .:: .. : "f"1. '
ADAf.JS 01Nll...JF. FERSQ1aT 265. From Qad n.b tt' ,, :. .IIIJIJI'IBrB" :yariods descriptions. for
,. to"''.complete a' aet'tha.esther.vgbtmes; : ofthich : ., .n .
are left vilh Tor sale land Dills/--to 11t. tlif ,;QK a .' .t,fasace. t.tha 8at thi .
struck fFinpampblet, and for sale at pafcbe i' rae .. ; ,:;_ :'F..... "1 die : Office. ..:
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tfce i'cnsacuU UookU aie.r : .W, BASELL.. -. HUNT. I t I week,'237 miles* ", 4' .. ... -, ..h '..r; .. .. >
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4 ,' NOTICEDLETTERS :: 11 thkesic1nt of the'United :'b OLA : ; nCli
: : .cmotnnn.l1.ood' T ]F : I 4 : Ju4. S

.'.. FLORIDA.July,'1st,.1826. 5Th..W1f1A Testamentary,on the estate f. States. .' S Mr: ?: \Itt'DO,1dI, ,

receive proposals .till the 31st Ltpxcio: PmsTadeceased, TH r Jtfps QunrcrAA WilliamE P. : '
die Pursu1iceofLW, ,
1 October ensuingdTuruish
troops
having been granted to lie 'subscriber by '
of the,United States, Army, that are or the County Court of Escambia County; PresidentoftheTJmted: States G "J!M- i ) .aaajaln
Brooke of America, do hereby proclaim and make! with'the -
may be stationed' at Cantonment all demand against said compliance
with fresh beef, from the 1st day'ofJanu- I, person. haying the same known, that a Public Sale will be held at section of the ,& : (01l0'C
to
I estate are requested present
/ ary, 1827. to include the 31st day of December I and those in4ebte4 are desired the Land Office at Tallahassee, in West gress of the United States Of Duftl
1827. % 1 immediately! Florida, on the third Monday in January, act to:amend the ., : .
The beef will be required to be deli. to make payment to' 1827 for the disposal of the Lands,situ tablishment of a *

rered to the troops in two days in each Hy: Michelet, ate in the District of Lands offered for iri-Florida, approved the of Ga

veekthe days to be designated) in such c" Eqccvtor. sale at Tallahassee, and in the townships 1826, Priest,No
quantity as shall required for their rations Pensacola, June 16th, 1826-16--8t. hereafter designated, viz It is hereby made : Brincony,
on each d&y. And I deem it neces Fractional .townships No. 1 and 31 Florida, that on the house

k sar) to apprise those who may ,choose to Selling otC1iva'ITHE -north of Range No.' 2, west, .MO** October next, the polls and
V .f offer to: contract for the supply, that the I I Fractional township No. 2,north of ? in the several precincts,

beef will be required to be of the best Subscriber, having determined I Range No.2, west, := districts, as hereinafter Bronard r,
which the market can afford, and particular bring his business to a temporary Fractional townships No 2 And 3- ; the purpose of electing m. Starrett
attention must be had'to the butcher close, will sell! ofT at reduced prices, for north: of Range No. 3, west, ::5 .t members of the

Ing thereof, as a rigid inspection of it will Cash or approved paper, his present stock fractional townships No2 and 3 11 his Territory, under the !*',
always be made. consisting of north of Range No. 4, west, e, qualifications, contained south

Persons offering to contract will make Fine & sup..blue and bl'k broadcloths, Fractional township No. 2north of .s Congress above recited. within 'the-
their proposals in writing, sealed and directed Blue,bl'k, mixed and ribbed drab casi- Range No5wet. .c** ; The persons named as St. Johns
i to me at this place stating the meres Fractional township No. 3,north of e following enumeration, of St. Au

rite per pound,in a single bid for whicn Tartan & Caroline plaids bombazettes, Range No. 5, west, ft pointed and required to I thence ta
they will furnish, and they shall be informed Vaientia. toilinettc and :Marseilles vest- Fractional townships No. 2 and' 3, oW several precincts to i

t of the acceptance( of their propo. ings, assorted, north of Range No. 6, vest, are attached. Where all :

.aals,Cither by letter from, or on personal Bl'k !nenshaws sarsnetts, figur'd bl'k Including the County adjacent to the not. or cannotxattend it i ; !
application me i-Vitnnment Brooke. silks 1 town of Quincy. tent for any one of those I ; M.Jen.

Un the day abuve montioned. \Vhittin: green fnrence, !, Also, townships Z, 4 and 5, north side at the election; each ; .
John Page, Lt. Bl'k ant colored canton crapes, plain of Ranges9, 10. 112, 13 and 14 west one member.1st. .w,." d ges.
.: including the Chipola ctuntry and part DISTRICT within
and ;
figured,
Jlnd.dust Crm oj Subsistence.NOTE "'omp,,'.. tOed coloured & silk hose, of the Holmes' Creek settlement. signed limits. "All the P. Patio
-NoproprtSal* will beicceived fl'actionalsectid1s No. 2 3, 7, 8, Lewis
Colotirrd braces, Men's beaver gloves, Also, and county Escambia, .
after the 31st of October, 1826. Women's white and coloured kid do 10, II, 14, 15, 17, 18, 21|, 22, 23, 27, 28, street Pensacola, and .-

18-181. Dress and furniture prints, Ginghams, 29,30 and 31, in fractioial townships!: No. (by Emanuel's) to lloW' ng' s..

Office of the Com. Gen of Subsistence l Coloured Cambricks, Dimity, 2, north of Range 4, et ; and fractional together with the sound Augustine '
Washington, July 1, 1876 5 Plain and figured book muslins, sections *o. 23, 24, 25 26, 35 and 36, in One Precinct ; thft
Proposals will be received Collaretts, fractional township No<3, north of Range i At the house of Antonio Vista and

SEPARATE( until the first day of October Cambric and mull do. Insertions, 4 east, :ill of* hich fractional sections are 'es-John De la Rua, hl1J coua

next, tor the delivery i/f provisions White tulle, plush striped muslins, bounded by the Lake }Jtickasukie. Henry Michelet.2d. .
for the use of the troops of the United Gingham robes, Bolivar stripe-, The sale to comment* with the lowest DIBTUICT ; Within S
States, to be delivered in bulk, upon in. Bangup cord bl'k silk velvet, number of section, township and Range, signed limits-"All the the court

.., spection, as follows : Brown holland, yellow nankeens and to proceed in the n'der designatedi n la and county Escambia Reubea. .

.dt Penaacola. Irish linens in demi.pieces\ long lawn, this Proclamation.The Palafox street Pensacola, I
600 Barrels of Pork Linen cambrics threads assorted, : la ds reserved by law for the ute thence, (by Emanuel's to 'O?-Mi"
;
of schools for other and the h'nea -
1250 barrels fresh -fine Flour Ribbons assorted, or purposes bama. oT
conn <*..linns uttrood proof Whiskey BI'k and colored Galoons. fractional sections bounded by the Georgia Three Precincts; ."
\ 550 bushels ot good Souna ncanstJSuO "alst neiis ana UU.KIVOm$ h'lJo. line, wilt be excluded from sale. 1st. At the court .
pounds of good hard Soap Cashmere, Gros de Naple andgauze do. Given under my hand at the City of thy Twitchell, Emanuel Ives,.

4000 pounds of-good hard tallow Candles, Artificial flowers and wreaths, tapes, ashington, this 20iU day of May, A.1). seph Noriega.2d. : .

with Cotton wicks Bl'k Ostrich feathers, pearl buttons, 1826. At Florida-judges; .Darbey ;
140 bushels! :of good clean Salt Coloured flag, madrass h'kts. Cravats, John Q. Adams Andrew Simpson and Darbey &

2250 gallons of good cider Vinegar. Linen checks, | and 4-4 co. do. By toe President, 3d.-2t Oneil's Ferry :
: One.fourth on the 1st day of June, 1827, Domestic plaids, stripe and shirtings, Graham Parker and William ) Fry
Oaff-fourth on the 1st day of October. Co. ticking, bear duck, sheetings, George. 3d. DISTRICT : Within .
1827.Onefourthon. Letter paper, spelling bouks, quills. Commissioner of the signed limits : "The City of
the 1st day of December; Scissors, pen & pocket knives, razorsin 17-30t. General Laud.Office. Walton and Washington &y of Juiy,

1827. cases, Precincts; hundred
And the remainder on the 1st day of Table knives and foks, razor straps Department ofState, l.. 1st. : At Harrow's ferry. : -:

March, 1828.It and paste, 8th June, 1826.5 : mab Saville Robert .
is understood that the Pork to be Needles, pins, thimbles, fish hooks and TO enable this Department to comply 'Jesse Bryant.2d. \ .
contracted for is to consist of an entire i lines.Spect."cles; with the subjoined resolution of the : At the big Spring

hog to the barrel, except feet, legs, ears, in cases toothbrushes, House of* Representatives, the several Lewis, Levi F. Miller, and
and snout, which are inadmissible Whip, hand and cross-cut saw file, Claimants to whom it refers are requested 3dt... Iaqua ; Judges -
Should the bog be of less eight! than Gun locks. gun flints, to send hither, by mail, as soon, as V. Jones, John Barkley,

200 pounds, the deficiency is to be made Brittania, tulania& tinned Iron spoons, practicaoie, Schedules of their respective Vaughan. ",

up of good fat side peices. No more Stock and pad locks, cut tacks, claims, exhibiting tlie particulars require 4th ; Dempsey Jones' 18,6..?
than one head is allowed to ,a barrel or Shoe pincers and hammers, awl blades by the Resolution as neatly as may be, -Dempsey Jones, Paul M. : incident 5 ..
pork. The contractor may,at his option, and hafts, according to the following plan : chibald Anderson.
Note
exclude the hams, and make up the de- Screw augers, mortice chissels, SCHEVLLE. I 5th. ; *it William M. it

ficie u'> w ilk good side peices, Wire and hair sieves, firmer pans. Judges ; William M. in
The Candles to.be made of good hard Weeding hoes, trace chtins'Men's : and E.:: Mien.6th. des pay!.
tallow, with cotton wicks. superior and common saddles, s- rt The Pork, Beans, Flour, Whiskey, Fine and com. plated curb & snaffle ? P [.. White, John King requested
and Vinegar must be delivered in: bridles, .. g 3o 4th. Dls'rRlcTVithin such
Salt : .
:: or be
; strong and secure barrels, and the Soap' Saddle bags,collars, martingale ? ---nf- .:::3 3O signed limits, Treasury..
and Candles in strong and secure boxes, Men's fine & low priced shoes & boots, 5 O r B P- ern Bank of the.Chipola
Of a convenient size for transpartatitin. \\'ornen'morocco and prunella: shoes, ;' ,... s.a::: c-i _). ton with the Alabama line
The Pork, Whiskey,FloMr,& Vinegar, Clii Idren's shoes, straw bonnets, ". ":rB B S. the Chipola to the mouth ( United
8
in seasoned heart of w lite oak barrels Wool hats, beaver hats, castor &rorum :r":"r'_ 9"C ftp & creek, thence up said c7'5.' theirjpa-.

the Pork in barrels full hooped. hats, \ .nQ., .. ; and thence to the corner of
: The provisions to be inspected at the Cotton cards s creeping brushes, o'a.:.:. s. !:I' ne'n M ty at or near Hickory Hill,
time of delivery,and.the contractor to be Cotton bagging, baling twine, ( S' '. ... n ... < west with the above recited -
::
liable for the expense inspecting, and Imp. &. young hyson tea, loaf sugar, =._.. 5"n. ::r son County. 19lb dajr
..
all other expenses until they jare safely ladeirai'eierit1e ,and Lisbon wines, :: ; ... rO Two Precincts ; barrels of
delivered at.such store-houses as may: be Cognac brandy, Holland gin, C'OO.5) :r:* 1st. : At Vickers', Korth

designated> Ute United States' Agent. Sup. chewing tobacco, common do. .., ;) ; 2 on __ o Williams,Jlenry Oneil and : mas
\ The privilege reserved to the United Best brown sugar Havana coffee, =' :o.-r -cn JSEo C 2nd. ; At Cain's Store others. ;

States ,.of increasing or diminishing the Cut nails assorted, German steel, ;:J 2.rT1 0* .0' 0 ? Daniel, Arthur Foster & l13 of" fa
quantities to be delivered, one third, OB Sweet oil, lamp do.copperas, 3 -. _. o _fi>. o 5th. DISIBICT Within wrecked
giving sixty days' previous notice. Vinegar, pepper, allspice, .-3raon) :: :s n: 69 signed limits" all .before
The power is reserved by the Commis. Brown soap, sperm and tallow candles, ... .-1. c..ncc. ,... embraeced hy the limits of (;who

.an General ot Subsistence, of reducing Window glass I cider in boxes, #._ iij.O"* =- S4J> 0 ol np..n2 trict" r 1825
the quantities, or.of dispensing with one Gunpowder, lead and shot assorted, ,.... 2 i.- ... .Ia 3. I Five Precincts S the said
at all the -' : :: 1st. At Orman's tint the
or mole artideiOf'snbSlSteflCe, Castings, ovens, pots, spiders and and a t ; -
postsat any time before entering into irons, (1f'I" :::3..7'; to.PS) Q? Uuss, Joseph Russ! & the pry-
contractand this previle is reserved; Tin and crockery ware assorted, JJ :!:{ -.Qr.o c ,p... 2nd ; At Simms' -

independently. of that reducing one Northern lard, hams, ..e.- tpS-SS" 3? gsS2 Davis C. C. Nichols and

N : third, on giving sixty day's notice previ. Mackerel and mess beefin half barrels Bjf. 2- .P,. o 3d. ; At Big Pond; ,- .
ously to each del,very. But it is proba Shad, No. 1. beef, codfish, &.c, &c. '&c.' ? v> n ,+ ,... Patterson, John G. Smith, : into

.,. ble that liO alteration or reduction will 3. Jerrison jr. Ii) SgiSiSf: :: : n=- Graham. the said

( take place previous to the contracts Pensacola, June lQth, 1826. en .; 0..._ : 4th. ; At Irving's Mill ; hands
$ being made. 1 : ? i= ...... :c_.1z"C ,.3 .I B. Roberts, Peter property
Nu<,adrano iU'illbejnadein any case is-s t:1g ( Patterson.5th. forward

whatever, but payment will be'adc oniy; FOR SALE. .. o.. P-3., S, PEtD; : At Jeremiah thereto,

on evidence being produced at this of-- subscriber, Executor of the last ,L...;."..-iI. -C"c.o.;- :- :1 ;,... John Lott, Jordan Smith dite ot
.OpDHE
(X)
and
of the deli inspection. .
ce v 3 McNeily.6th.
ery ttl"O
a 0 toe-
Will and Testament of Francisco .... ... < pro.
understood, that at all tit B =- within
is
It expressly 0'" ,. .. DISTRICT; : ta
Touard,late Pensacola deceased, offers r .. .vD. O _. '"D
the depots and')'lations, the salt is.to be : :; 11'I signed limits. "The -
for sale the 3H =: 0 :::3, _"
of following property, belong. 11th onS' "
: received by measurement thirty-two Z: Gadsden county. : '
to..the Estate of the s I n ...
ng ; said dedeascd: viz e t o ; .
.
.
quart to the bushel. ::: Four Precincts ;
:
: The undivided half of Tract of : --'n th s 73 3n
When .a bid is accepted, and notice : a Land, s j.:r" III'II\ .-r-oo. ,. ,. lst.-.At Matthew Fain's .
_
thereofgiven to the person making the Containing uch ury, Govman ._!- P3SS ;.:.:. .<, = M. cholson, Thomas I ..laml2iu
biJ, refusal or neglect on his part to g \".- : : llsion, :- a" 0 thtw1 Fain. /
gcnl l and sufficient security,within a re*. 4Jc@ &UE cases the :n; .ot.i14'q I 0 D' B -' 2d- -At Sharod McCall's

jJcnaule time, to he specified by this I Ue' I casesas neras t")= _0 -Henry Yonge, Sharod
4 Situated North East of de laTrucha I CPSr ;; 0 J to the
Bayou "
at the option 'CS
pannient, it will thei* be amou amoucases ... :r: 'l Harvey.
the of San de Gal-' asw : III i for the
the coiilmci on bay Mary """p r."C
consider
3d.t Andrew M.
tbi: l-.aitmeiit| to .. r ;; ... lie
ez, about twenty one miles from the :: n notes,
forfeited or not. of ess judges--Joseph McBride
ere UNICff I
of Pensacola and ntof ii
Iti,* required' that persons making pro City : aHOUSE 3.0fS! present Francpresent p oa _'. .iord Douglass and William H.
: poai!: \\boaieunki.onnlothis Depart-' .4- : ofthe >* 4th-at the court
ntt, nmsi Micuinp;-h>' xhe' i)id!* by Jet 1: ii & LOT and :: o=""s. :<.I oil r!:..-en-'c. ". Archibald Smith sen.
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tt-rs: recummemlatory from fr ntlcmeu .... ..r. ? aDo .n.1 -c.0';.. Thomas B. Wooten. I
known no the -jf3 TEDhTATES f) .. CD 7th Within the i 100,
DISTRICT
oft(.>;} ch\ )i1itv, w.n) re : ;
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(;bverr.n'et. *All b tt U"uiss ccon panied in the City of Pensacola, 'fronting ,on g:: :! 0 .:. hTATES hTATESre ,::: c c.-::.c-n signed limits, The 'b S.
by such k-tiers wili not be received. Alcaniz Street, said lot containing 52 feet S I'"l1H -_ Co c.>" Leon, county." 100

'It i is tlt'flrlLblcllat all proposals: made front by 80 feet deep and known in the :r I._ _" S SJ Four,Precincts ;
be Rcaled in a separate envelope, and Plan of the City as number}12. 1"il, :2.-w.c Q ;=; =. =' Isi-Iaraonia the house 100
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marked "Proposals for furnishing Army The above property will be sold. on O'-ar"- :_=_,1'I '"_ vlS.-jut1ges-.John., S. 50
Subsistence.." credit-one half of the purchase money r w p-f= -_.- 3 I 0 and Renben Manning. .
Payrnenttobem1le in drafts on the to be paid in one year and the remainder c 3 = III 'sa<' 2d--Mrchasooky-at'tbe '. -
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At. In two year?. Payment to be seemed C William \
Department at Washington: or some :: 4 ;:< F- Bailey-judges- "
( Jantic city or in Treasury drafts specie by notes, wiith a mortgage on the ,pre' r.-n'c... ,C oA t 3 2.2.ff. John G. Robinson and John
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paying banks to the Westward ?gfeDesiderAO *% c.. -- ._. .... jI'';'" 3d-Tallatiassee the ,
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les Pindar
Quina. II judges-Ede
Gco. Gibson. .
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-= "'> John Me Iver and Edmund
Pensacola 17th March 1826-3t( -r -
Cora. Gen Suosistence. <> -
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'22 lOt.NEGKOKS. .. 0 CI .
-- _. -n. n "Ii Gilbert..judges-Robert _
WANTED.to Information Wanted.glO n ..,.e :-M:= _;-.=r6' John Hamlin and Jeptha en
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;N ubst'Vbii,., ME seven or eight years past, Mrr 3 n a-4: _!'7 dJ"Tiie .0._ I.c'n .signed limits, ."The"' deliver chooIl-
hire the / Elisman Basque Lancaster Countty Alachua) county.' $
to '
S J1SHS by year, to commence vessel
4 V V on.the 1st September next. Virginia, sent his IOU John'Basque to ( publishers of the laws of the' Three. Precincts; S : / 17th
the- Jtate of Georgia in care of his Uncle, United States will insert this notice six 1st.-at the bouse. 'of :
'- two stout, heaUy Negro Men
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after which the, times in their .
and Woman. The \ir. Cundiff, Uncle removed papers. ton-ju s..Edwar4. M. I
one Negro '
with to the State of Alabama, .and the June 13-20-6t.* Flemjog andThoraas Bush., having
..men must be acquainted
youth John Basque came l.iit is supposedto S d-atthe house of U.GL perish
and well
,.farming come reconvI Warehouse at St. Marks.fflHE .
; Pensacola since which havebeenbeardohimbybistriends
I mended in other respects. The : ,no tiding -James.Qten-and--HG.
I A.. wOU)an roust be a good coqk and in Vir subscriber has lately* erected: near: S 3d-at 'the house of et.
f m.ly servant. Those from thecountry ginia. :JL the.landing at St Marks, a commo' judged John G. Rails,. Will -
-imnmr T would b'epreferrec4; and for Ruch, If John Basque is living, he.will'.much' I lioula d secure ,WAREHOUSE, whereIeii.pp'epared and BnnMa3ylelJ'. ,. ; ....
his .sisters with to receive tb.-DISTRICT Within the
The above description, liberalwagec gratify bycpmmunicating. goods, either. ; ;
answerirg,be them !in, Virginiaorbygivingthe Editor,of; on Storage or Commission.Wm. igned...liuii1ts5 The 'b ,Un csrgo
< will given. ; this information in Nassau !.**. >- *>: I _
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paper s maybe I Wright. county m,(rop?
..... Randal" Allis.pensacola teresting1 to her,'& ,any person_ knowing St. Marks, De, 2Oth826.-27-: .I .Tour Precincts ; l ) for,salo
,<,27th July,:1826223t. any thing concerning, the abovementioned = lit-atttvse'slHuffV( ,_ j : Forsyta .
p .... _' i .:' I John Us (}jM ..whether ror daK Vill'. :.:.';' :PBINTING .. .oneil.and: W.lI :). atJle: .
j :. :'.'; ,RED INK'5"jN confer. a-- great:fLvoron> Jus'rrlativei by ., d-thetopap, fD., Hig r ;

smalUjcttle, for>ealcat the J Penaaid -,I f\"iFibff- ,0.: information. atthiI officdv f '". \ f, ,i. Bztr'f" -wtih dctfiatch: at';".hit '. judeiIIj1ggnb ttom,.. J S
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