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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 8, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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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l I .: ,, FRIDAY,. 8 "Elts., 1&26.lIpcn_ to. Rll P tiM.:.inlucnca.b1DOIle.) "':" -.- .: No. 28..

Pcftl.flKXB KTJ Y FatIJA"f.JY' l laUiruage : -' ..... \ _1 uI T .. ." -i .' 0 J I 'V .............. ..- ----
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of approbation: and, that, offat'rte b 0 _. .. _...--.-_,,,,
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W. HASELL HUNT careful' and well'directed' I ., ? rand 1>'b! I Ca.P.*. WhUkey, with air'his hot'Iri4irain : j' sel wrecked with' ,
industry deuce, he sPends bit large it4 btnein.deeds '_ of 350 bales more-of

SOLE EDITOR AND PnOrnJ TOn ; which thrives and gives strong ,of, charily-and Ie.ind rear guard, will. in'tfcel cotton on board: of her. The arbt-.

Jubliittr of the taws of the United States promise that her and townships In-this ration '
care' system in
produce Mary .mutually give each practice on tftal
otheMhpTOdit
the Territory of Florida. county, convene for ..the '
and of
will have purpose island
\ a profitable issue. of % was immediately in
} -Tear 5 doing all this. > of making moral arrangements put o- i
ScBscuiFTiox
to
And Mary had this peration, to determine
Hcmphill
token the
My heart salvage
Halfyear 5 expanded then--it expands *. be observed at the ensuing election
Quarter vc\r 150 and this assurance. situ ; pn the property saved but the
when I think of them"' ;, I let them ; j
payable in advance. Harry devoted himselC to business open a correspond* arbitrators, for the first time
Subsriptions and I their
in with per "
pen ,simple history ence each other, and. come to : ;4
\ :'( -I'very advertisementof with' steady purpose and untiring the hope, that, as it is entirely a. solemn agreement to. haps known on that island, could -

the width of one column and measuring zeal ; he obained credit by imitablfrsome who read it will candidate support no not agree in that award. The R
attempt who will not
not more than twelve lines of this his pledge him- wrecker then'
: plain and honest dealing ; custom imitate declared that he
to
it. self
first insertion one dollar, each: as a candidate to treat the would
type the
his faithful bring 'St.
by
veelcly l continuance fifty cents; longer punctualityand -.- voters, either !before, at the timeor property to .
Augustine
and wider ones nt the same rate. Hule constant care ; friends by his EPEJW&YT EDITOR. after the election, nor cause in order to bite his

and figure aro double price fOr the obliging deportment and accommodating From the BrookcvUle, (Ind.) Repovniey.We suffer it to IH done on his or salvage determined by the Court !
account
first! insertion. Advertisements will be disposition.; He gained understand that some of and if none of the candidates who, here. The owne r'of the property i ,

tastefully displayed, according to the the reputation of being the be it the Whiskey fraternity were not a wished to go to some port i in 'tue .
nature of them, and will be measured hynatter little : are now before the public will so United States and .
workman in the village ; none gizzard galled at seeing, in as a reason asserted -
this? size When inserted pledge themselves,
of type. agree mutually"upon
were ever deceived who trusted to the Repository a few weeks since, that there could be D'O decision
at intervals, (that is,not inserted every some men of talents and who
week,from the first to the last insertion) hisV rd. He always drove his a laconic quiz* aimed at the 'sub, ., will do so. of cases of salvage at St. .

each insertion will be charged as.a new business a little before, hand, for ject of Whiskey/ electioneering." Augustine, because there was. n o 4.
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advertisement.Amounts for advertising he said things go badly when the The obnoxious -article was :a The Court of admiralty there ? In

payable always on demand.tIJ' before communication. From this however following article, from the proof of this and false ; '
cart gets he horse.. I noticed I Nashville strange
is
Liberal contracts will be made with Whig, worthy of allpraise
once a little incident which we would not be understood I assertion, he produced the certificate
those who wish to advertise by the 'ehr. I for its truth, and
) willadd '
we
(Cj:: *Communications, directed to W.JIasell illustrated his character ; a thrifty : abandoning the-g round', .which the boldness with which of a gentleman rest insbo" ...;.... :. S
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the :
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Hunt, Post Master, ecsacolawill old farmer was accosted in the we took last winteivprevio} ) sly to :U.titli .8i\ek.ni f : -,wrfeVuf -wur island and hAldIlbtghua. -- r' r

be duly attended-to. rpiida .ihe end'of the'.village by-a, commencing our "editorial'career, readers consider it norable office there, staling it as a

.. 1 r I youngster who was, making a great on the subject Whlikey electioneering stretch may of no great fact that there was no court of
to whatis
..'1ISC ELL.I1.VY. dash in business, and who wantedto iDg editor courage speak \dmiralty at St. Augustine. The ;
taught by reason as |well as re
of the wrecktr with the 150 bales of cot- i
weshall
: borrow a few hundred dollars. Repository, fly
The following neat picture of domestic velation. They who thus think, ton has since
The old the field of contest with arrived at Charles
wily Cap
man, was peifectly
which we extract from the cannot realize the state of public
happiness :,
ignorant of where it could be hall Whiskey and his forces through ton. What has become of the vessel .
1''"tClI (.1\: J.J Emporium willve i feeling in some parts of our coun

think, be perused with interest and pleas- and sidled! oil from him as soon as fear, as i it may be supposed that try, in reference to such things as wrecked with the 350 bales, we

urc,amI {specially by our fair readers he could. He rode directly downto we shall lose public patronage, these which makes it offensive have not learned. '

It is charming cup of domestic; felicity : lIemphiH's, and told him he and be compelled to desert the editorial of to This transaction, with hundredsof
speak plainly them. The writer
THE HAPPY MATCH. I had a few hundred dollars to loan, ranks for the want of sup of this extract be others that have occurred on .

"Now," laid Harry Hcmphill' and wished he would take it ; the port. So far from this, that while by some to might be n1il -and-considered this celebrated island, clearly show

his wife, when they the of whichwe a the shameful tricks and contrivances ,
to young payments should be easy ; just as corruption ; then water sort of a fellow, who cannot
house-keeP ing; "h's my existsand life resorted to at Key SV estto _
to
went would suit-indeed, replied Harry, complained ,health, stand fire, abhors cold iron, and pre
business: to bring money into the and other circumstances vent the wreckers from coming to
you have come to a bad_ market ; permit, revolts from blood. There
are
house-and your's to ste that' i I have a little cash to spare; myself we resolve to stand to our post, persons in the world who make it St. Augustine to have* their salvage r'

none foolishly out of it. : and have been wield the of our warfare determined in a regular -
goes looking around weapons ., their pride to be the reverse of all I

This was the agreement, with these two weeks for a good oP ar- and dispute every inch of. ground' this and who, of course, feel a be- i Court of Admiralty. The worthy ,
inhabitants of
v.-iich! they set'lorward in the : nity of putting it out. with this deadly Toe of moral and for all who Key West will not i'

world., lie chose her, first, because .: While Ilarry was prospering in political order.This curse to a coming the contempt sentiments disclosed entertain in be sorry for the loss of the bill in

he loved her, and in the second free elective franchise-this Congress to establish a Court on '
his business ; all went like clockwork vanguard the following article. It is the I ,;
he knew she that island, as long as they on
because of and confusion
place, at home; the family expen- anarchy sneers of such that the writer has

was sensible, economical, and industrious ditures were carefully) made ; nota without once consulting what the ventured to brave.-Aaf. Int. I keep up their system of arbitration, :.

; just the reasons which farthing was wasted ; not a scrap consequences will be to us as edi- "On Friday, the 23d ult. a dispute I: which suits them, as well as ne. .. _,-4
wreckers in
sensible man in his tor of Gazette. general, much best t r :
influence a lost ; the furniture was all neat a public arose at .lfounPlea alU, in +

choice now. And he thought it and useful, rather than ornamental Though with a view to..the public Maury county, between Mr. John than apy regular Court. The auctioneer "

best that each should have a dis- ; the table plain, fiugal and welfare we have lalefjf'! commenced F-_Fry and Mr. George Briscoe .is a interested highly important in this: oOicer. it.'
deeply
tinct sphere of action. Their interests wholesome, but well spread ; lit- our present bu si ocas., anti which led to a personal encounter, of system

were one and indivisihle ; tle went either to the seamstressor should like much to succeed in and resulted in the death of the arbitration. He gets his four ;-
had the tier cent com mission on all wrecked r;
each sampmolh'ts obtaining a livelihood by indus
consequently the tailor ; no extravagance in former. These bloody and fatal

to act well the allotted dress ; no costly company keeping trious application thereto, we shall conflicts are sbamefully frequent goods on which the salvage is -t.

part. His business called for his ; no useless waste of time in not be left brcadleas, or in other in our country, and are in a great I I determined if Cour by were arbitrators established, whereas ..

attention he nished therefore words, without themeans of : a ; on
\vho\e ; careless visiting ; and yet the pro measure attributable to the false
.I the island the would
goods be
to pursue it undistracted by whole neighborhood praised Mary curing our bread, should we not : notion, too generally entertained
sold .
other for himself he looked succeed, while a tolerable dhare of. by the marshal at a commission ::
cares : flemphill and loved her ; she was among us, that a prompt and violent of

: far happiness only at home ; kind without os'entation or sacrifice health: is secured) to us by a kind.. resentment of the slightest only one and a quarter per I
.It is well known
cent
that the '
there he expected a supply for all ; sociable without dissipation.And Providence. For, if we cannot affront is'necessary to prove the for West resides auctioneer 1.

his wants, and he was of course while few people lived more succeed by the type and press, we courage of a gentleman. The Tallahasbee Key at

not disposed to sp r.d any thing abroad comfoitably, none lived more eco can, if needs be, commence with truth is, the veriest coward will honorable and, and holds a high -f

in pursuit of what he I nomical." the raw hide, parry it through the fight when he is in a passion, especially appointment: from profitable the President office, by :::

thought every reasonable man The results of such management whole process from that state, until if he is surrounded by .-
the United Sates and
look for in the bosom cfhis it out in well that he .. ;;:
ought to can never disappoint the expectations comes v/r ought friends, tie hose interposition in his carries his business of auctioneer
on -
own family. Her duties beingall to which it looks. Kven feet dresses for both sexes, from achild's behalf he may reasonably expect.
West
at Key by deputy. It !
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domestic she able to compass rack to Jackbootorwe ,:
was the angry frown of misfortune is I a "This readiness, however, to I is therefore '
better 4i shake the saw" wad shovetheJ'acklain easy perceive that .,
them the by turning can
almost put at defiance. Advantage resent an insult with a knife or pistol of --
IIIT whole attention lo them-her I and several other every species power, authority, :
ground is soon gained which { is a characteristic of a savage and will be -

husband's business--doing habits! ; the storm seldom reaches. And little things in the builder's lineor and not of a gentleman, and oughtto j used influence well those who constantly reside :
as by ;
his and correct life, han dabble a little at some kinds of
temperate the full reward comes in a proper be discountenanced by all the the Island who live :;
on as by some ,
all the power of example ; increasing time to crown the meed of lives machinery-or can whistle away discreet and honorable part of so- at distance from it

her esteem, and doublingher : thus spent. '_ the passing hours at a loom,.while ciety. We live under a Government a great the wrecking business, to to that secure ;:
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anxiety- to deserye his. The music of Harry's tools was the busy shuttle measures oft the of laws, which ought to protect place, and to keep up the system :

They had married without waiting in full play on the morning that 1 shortening wen to the lengthening us, as well from the in fie: nee of arbitration adopted there.: .:

to get rich. They neither Itft the village! for a disUfil resi yard of we&\l'abJes-or we can of the bully, as from the daggerof Amicus Florida .

distrusted! Providence nor each dence. It was not yet sunrise. Andas teach the youth, at least some of the assassin or the intrusion of ? '.

other. With little besides health the coach _bore me rapidly past the primary principles and rudi the nlidnighll"obber.- our lAw <
From the East Florida Herald. :
and a disposition to, impiovc it ; the cool and quiet residence: of the ments of English Literature are not adequate to this protection
WRECKERS BEWARE OF
they nevertheless had that strong villager, I saw the door was open, we can do something at breaking they are essentially deficientand ;
WEST !
confidriprudent t e of final success which and the breakfast smoking on the) the clod, and a nuniDrr of other should be amended ; but let KE\ .
It is ascertained that all
resolutions inspire, in table. :Mary in her neat morning trifling matters, too tedious to it not be said, that in the State of now

those who feel that they have ;;er- dress and while apron, bloomingin mention, by some or all of which Tennessee, a man is compelled to the proceedings at Key West, under -
Territorial _
late
the
wrecking _
severance enougho; adhere to health and loveliness, was busy we have always found that we degrade himself to a level with s<
law and under the of arbi-
them. Thus they began in the amid her household affairs ; and a could get our bl't"ad-so tbatY The brute or the savage, in order, system '

world. I. stranger who chanced to be myfellowpassrngcr i are under no alarm through fear when wantonly insulted, to main- ration lately adopted on that is- ,}
I &ndVln be the Insurance
ript hy
To attach a man to his: home ; to the city, observed of starvation, when we are threatened lain the character of a gentlemanor up _
in the
Companies sea ports'or
it is necessary that home should it and said-" there is a :, with a withdrawal of support to avoid the imputation of pu- o
the United States. No wreckercan
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have attracti DS. Harry Hemp- thriving family my word for it." by those \ Jlo belong to the, Whiskey sillanimity and cowardice. We -
therefore be
hill's had. There he sought repose And he spoke well. There are ranks, if we do ,not unfix--our know nothing of the peculiar circumstanceS -, expect to secure .0#
in that be allowed
the
salvage
after the toil and wear iness of certain signs, always perceptibleabout bayonets, lay down our arms, and of the case which has may. :
to him by arbitration at Key West. .:
the day ; and here he found it."When .- those who are working : surrender at discretion. called forth these remarks, but we ::.
The underwriters not bound
are ,
perplexed and low spirited things right, that cannot be mistaken i As another election is fast approaching speak in reference to many other .."
I in law by these arbitrations. Let "
he retired thither, and amid by;.the most casual observer.On we must sincerely wishto instances of similar violence which into! :
then the wreckers
I come a regular
the soothing influence of its quiet i my return. to Alsbury, many see, on the first Monday in Au- have resulted in consequences equally Court of Admiralty where

and he thr 1 noticed beautiful gust next, a full experiment made fatal." _
afterwards
peaceful: shadess1. forgot years a they will be always be liberally! t
and all this subject. There, are now
on
heartlessness of the world, country residence on the rewarded for their services, and
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the wrongs of men. When things banks of the river, surrounded by four candidates for the Legislaturebefore lO\lEB'rlC. their salvage mdc secure to t

dent ill with him, he found always all the elegance of wealth and the public.\ ..'Wheiher.,. ;##ieae ,""-- "'!fIT them. '3

solace in the sunshine ol taste ; richly cultivated field gentlemen or either of thettV, will,' From the E ut Florida Herald. We, understand that Captain 'J 7;

&ffection that in the domestic circle stretched themselves out on every be the abettors of such disgustingscenes k rP W r f.-We shall never have s
Charles Johnson who has for
beamed upon him and dispelled ,side as far as the ere could! reach ; during their present\telec- done with this famous island, as been,

every cloud from his brow. flocks ai; I men< suffering, their noisy him and on which he received
of ? ;
the It is this effect A
oafs the troubled spirit from un'- old friend, lives Harry Hrm p- is, that the sober friends subject. to salvage, allowed by the Juries, 011. :"
free had Uken of vessel
uncorrupted, wrecker out a .1 :
:"ithropy.Nothing. hill; that is his farm-those are I constitution, an that island, under the late wreck .
order and hud been driven the Florida i.J.
that on
elective franchise, good .
eo dirrclly tends! to !i's cattle ; lute is his schoolhouse J of .ing I law, and'by the system of ar- -"./-
habits the enemies of intemperance reef, 150 bales Cutton, and ; '>
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snake a loud \vilV, a .good hauso and those his own, and steady drunken or-' them onboard of his vessel, arbitraiidn put in practice there, f.since t.
bribery, put
keeper a good domestic. econo some orphan children of his adoption ; the repeal of the law. ''
assaults and batteries. pro-: ana carried them to Key West, to
till, aj! that kindness: on the'liarl t tt which he educates a: his own I Ritsr A.F. .
in yord the entitae* o f: which place he conducted the tea-
,1'hc husband!, which spe"k* the I. prn.cc-haing made a noble f lartty, a ,. 't .

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trie'1 o'&k flfuton July 20. quire. lii s C I. r.c1nnl for a pc-, age depth 3- i feet ; atdessrt; when he isexpecteVaddd.lo: .the, i pellcd to all iu more than ,cwt ..
ire their .
Counties respective DUtricta.
.4rrival of tie U. S 6'cAr. Fox. : rind'of twenty months in jail his iiainbridgp! Warringlon and Bid-1 increasing murmurs of those interested Now the 'Superior Court
The U. S. Schr. Fox, Lt. Cum. I abstinence for some time previousto die. in their_report oa the 4th :, have rendered it proper
Van Brunt, from Pensacola.vhence ; the infliction of the injury, and last say'4rTiVe, depth of NOV'I that it should be laid before the possesses exclusively known His whole
to
time criminal jurisdiction ife
,. she sailid 27ih u\t.\ via he loss of blood at the time, allconspired the bar, as laid down by public now, that sufficient
these Laws of Florida. Suppose these
10 d.os from the latter less of the be had to enquire into
Havana, } to render his case Kearney Topographical may
t session of 'J.JIo favored counties should be deH'rmined -
anchored "between the Forts yesterday fatal: thL it would! have been un- Engineers, is twenty-one f et. matters, before the nrxt Council

morning I -Pcssenjrers, Lt. der other circumstances.-The From the report to us of Lieutei\\ the,Legislative Council. Eicamhia and by Jackson the for the to be
S..LnuelIerc: r, and ?\Ir. Pendle- wound is now suppurating kindjy, ant Pinklvam, of the John! Adams Western
lon-Officers and crew all well small granulations are springing f whom we directed to sound, and j Pve-cm Jt ion Right*.-For the District, should offenders in
be for
sent rial
1 The Fox lus hern absent fort 1 up over the surface ; he breathes I from all the information weave benefit ol our patrons we copy into Walton County to
the U. Slates IT months during I II easily, C'jirghs but little, rests tolerably been enabled "collect! at least our columns to-Jay, with&it authority Jackson or' loE' cambia.? Pensacolais
I of
.mift's'Crolnthe
TVhich time the has-been cruisingon I : well of nights, takes food in this depth of water, we believe, the Register's and Receivers upwards seventy '
the North side ot Cuba, and sufilieht quantity and on the will ul ways be found) on the bar, : notice with regard to preemption nearest teuli'iueiit in \ValtonI
/jiving cfcntoy to vessejs from I whole, there are no symtoma -even after along continuance of Rights, to which ue refer I County on the,West, and the place -
Havana and Matarir.as. She has j i threatening immediate danger. Northerly winds." Where, we those interested fiy 'it'they will of.holding Court in Jac.kSi.lo.jS.,

not lost a man wuhin the above "I Ie ts an ail!iCt in g spectacle. again ask, is the secure harbor, perceive that "one dollar and, about the same "'distance! from* the':

pcYioch Lt. Stephen U.V ibon, A combination: 'of circumstanceshave : south of the Chesapeake, equal twenty five cente per acre will be I nearest settlement upon the .East.
of ? from each claimant at : Thus, for every petty breach of
the former commander the made the unhappy man extensively tol'ensacola required I .
I i Fox, has been transferred to the known and we have been -*- e tire of mskinfc his entry." It the' peace, as well as fur higher
have will be recollected that offences, those concerned, offenders -
l C ranvj;us. thus minute in detailing the case* Territorial ATuir8.We probably
!;. The Squadron !generally have and endeavorihg to free i il *'\ heard complaints against some of in publishing the Pre-emption witnesses, prosecutors and all,

7! enjoyed excellent health! this sea technicality, in order that all may the officers of our Territorial government Law on the 3rd June, we observedin must ,be recognized to appear, iu
son. understand it."-Commentator.rente until (feeling that they relation to the act referred to in some instances, more than an hun ,

! Lt. Van Brunt was inforV.ed at ':...r '::,:,_.__ __cFil1UAY : have foundation and thai there is"something it, that by this act it will, be seen dred miles from their homes-,
Havana by Dr. Osgood, that that '" tt't t( :) ,f\.f(1. ( ,) II.a rotten in the Sate ofDenmark" that one twentieth of the purchase and thus, in an' piobability to
r ,..1,1.. .:r : before the nothing: of the inconvenience
: iace was never known to be so I Io \I ) silence on our part money only is required, say
e |lH althy as ai present-there had ______ -- .' __8 lS --Ka 6. would be criminal. It is a notorious entry of their landby those having : of half a dozen men's being obig.!
SEPTI-I : lU"U ,
irot been a single case of malignant ,- ? fact, that is has never been the right of Pre-emPtitan, and that I ed to leave their hi>nes and theit

fever since October last. sans /leur.cr acknowledged: that there was money the residue lithe purchase moneyis business, one single assault and .
The Fox spoke) 6th iust. off the I : -_... --.--....-. : .11--- enough in our Territorial subject to the credit system 'us battery would' under the existing

. Pan of Matanza, the U. S. Ship *. A frigate in a Dilemma'I! Treasury, even to grease: the I in cases of other public lands state of things, cost those who.

i: Hornet, Capt., \V ood house ; all Under this imposing Lair, 4 paragraph wheels of '.Government," by pay- sold at private sale'. \Ve might happen to be concerned, or

-r fell ; 10th tin lat.J 27, 17, Ion. 92, ; was started in i the .Balti ing .the necessary expenses thereof formed this opinion from the law, :o be witnesses of it, more, than
42, Brig Antelope 2 days from more G.izeit; on the 5th ult. (are>> I ,-that some of the Territorial as it was before us, without adverting the proportion of that County of
Havana tt bound to Philadelphia, our last) which the two last mails prisoners\ithis County have to the fact that, the credit. the tax, which it would oe neces-

had lost [b.. th topmasts that moming has brought us in nearly all the been turned put of jail, because .S}stenl" having' een abolished by. sary to levy for the support of a

by lightning-offered her as- principal papers of the .Union ; there was nothing to support then a subsequent act Congress!, the Circuit Court.
purporting that the .U. f>. Frigate the whole is required: Even in the Counties in' which
:\bhUl'i.('" she declined ; > on there, or even to pay expne purchase money
iJth, in !.ll. S3, 3, lung. 77, ao, I CoubiuiUiiou, now in our harbor, of lhMr burial; should! they "in cases of ether public lands, the Superior Court is appointed to
ciir.: Only Son, 8 days from do. is detained here for want of a suffi be kept thr.re0 starvehat! otl1.s sold at private sale" and of course hold its session, these ses>ajoii;>, are

hound to Boston ; 17h, o*: Cape csen.fepth of water on the bur, to :- have been supported in jail h)" will be in case of pre-emption only semi-annual, what immense

llatteras, brig Heathen, 10 days enable her to proceed to sea.V the person injured by them or his rights. This, however, we now inconvenience, beyond all estimation
from Boston, bound to Newbern, du not pretend to say, for it is not friends, a?d that others yet 'have believe to be the fact, and icgrel must witnesses and others
(N.C.) our business to-know, the reason been kept at the expense of the extremely the error into -whichwe often suffer, who are recognized

Officers ,attached to the Fox. I of her not going o\H-the.Com-I jailor, who bus never received a have unintentionally: led our and,ma'le to give security for heir
. Acting L.. C 0 m.-(.1. .oJ.Y VanIhuni. I I mander is not bound to make his cent !from the Territorial Treasu- readers on this subject.Jefferson appearance at court at a period or

.. i instructions or intentions public-{ Miry for that purpose. 'J he natural : and .I1danlsIn St. term six months distant. Their

Acting Master.-A. K. Long. but Yve do know and aver, that the enquiry then ia- is the Treasury Augustine the soJe mlliti s, 'com- interest may call them away never
Midshipmen F'. Wallace cause (,f hrr remaining is not, nor cuipi) ? if so, it is time memorative of the death of these to return. Tbeifears may urge:
and F. G. Bvatty has it been, a \\'nst of sufficientwater 3011H' rneiS ues were taken to fill illustrious patriots, were performed them to flight, from the fancied
t
on the Oar. Not withstal1d* i its coffers. But we answer boldly on the 811of August. TheE inhospitality of the climate. But

Jiz tract ,of a letter from an Officer i it'6 }I I ing the insinuation: contained in and advisedly, that if the Treasury Sl Florida Herald informs us worse than all, the innocent man

at Pensacola, to his friend 1:z j I I the paragraph I referred to, we have is empty t :hc packets of some in- I tiidt the members ofhe City may be thrown ino prison,-where
this glace dated 18'A June. I too much respect fur the Commander lividuul or indi\iduals i are filled Council met ai their chamber at he is left to drink in the noisome

.'.It may not be uninteresting to I and too much confidence with what it ought to contain In U o'clock and marched in procession effluvia of a dungeon, forgotten by

}'iiu( to know what kind of a country in his prudence and intelligence I I ;proof of this assertion! we submit bearing the insignia of their an unsympathising world, and-
have selected X ural :o believe for a moment that he the alive only to the rt'flection that \
they as a following.Ex'ruct ute &: wearing crape on the left \\:
De-pel in the Western waters. has! buffered the frigate 'to [be en- ul'a letter from Col. arm, to St. Francis' Barracks, the i is suffering the punishment due to-

t The Navy Yard, as thejh:yc I ciao. re'l, in cons:'quence of being George Walton, Secretary of head quarters of Maj. Praise, crime nit,rrlY because there is no
Commenced it, is on Tartar enticed by the hope of provingthe Florida, to his Excellency \Van.P. where they were met by the Florida tribunal open, before urhidi he
Point, about two miles from the facilities which the harbor olPensa'cola :I Duval, dated, Rangers (an interesting and I might pro\ ?, his innocence. But

sea, and one uninterrupted mass offine ullbrds for a Naval Depot -I Key ll'est, Feb. 221Z t/ 1826.I respectable! volunteer company allowing that !he: is.gailiy, h can

white{ sand for 30 miles surrounding Nor is any such -proof necessary. have been able to secure for .lately organized) a number (,f civil scarcely be necessary for me to attempt -

; notwithstanding! which, Whatever envy or jealousy the Territory (in money and cfiicers and-a large assemblage to prove that it is exceedingly
much better Indian Corn may say of Pcnsacolu it is drafti f nine -desirable
the avoid
*.somc ) sum is produced than cars be: found in well known to possess natural ad- eight hundred and seventy nine of.keeping of'hint in jail:
there formed into a procession, under
J the '. van'ages* superior to any harborin : dollars! and FloridaIntslligcnccr. so of 0
Y ours or adjacent count) ten cen\s.- I the direction ol Gen. J. M. great a length time. _.
The indolence of the former proprietors the gulf of! Mexico- nay more Her nandiz, Majors 13. K. Pearce My remarks, so far a\: the.yha: re
caused, them to neglect! --we deckre, wrhout fear of re- Nell, say our readers, where is 'of the U. S. army and Juseph had any connection with the" localities -
the cultivation of the soil, and this futation that it is second to none this mO1t'Yvhy it is not paid of the Rang of the country, have been
i Woodrufi"Captain a"so
;,
kind. of vcgetetio.n, is found in the in the United States, south of the I I into the Treasury ? Others .tll- I Marshals of the day. The procession confined to West Florida, becausi::

lardrus.whicts have not been subjected Chesapeake. saver the Secretary who collected (hen proceeded, in islenm l order I am better acquainted with the
to manure. The sugarCane From the earliest settlement of it is ex officio Treasurer, and he I localities of that part of the Ter-
from :he Ba racks to Foil
and Sea island Cotton have this country, Pensacola has been ha' not yet arrived at his post. : Marion k from thence to the Ro- ritory, than with those cf any

also been cultivated with considerable considered an important military Again they enquire, where is lie ? mani Catholic Chapel, where in other part.I have no doubt how
The is ,p3siiun: and in the correspondence !- i it is thin six months I everthat
success. Ray: :tapaciou now more '' compliment to the American auditory any parrallel which might
and calculated between our Secretary of since he letter from which be
one, to : : the read in attempted between East and
Contain the whole flee* of the U- State and the Sp.lnish:1inister: : above is quoted was written, and : a prayer wan English i West Florida, would! shew that the
I & solemn Muss: performed by the
jiited Siaics, both naval and commercial n'hich preceded the session ol Florida if he has: been detained by buni- balance of inconvenienceur.derthe
Rev. after which
Mr McCarthy,
. being in extent nearly 30 it is called! the KEY OF THE nC88, surely he could nave remit- the Declaration of Independencewas existing state of our Judiciary ii,
I
miles! in a direct line;anti prrSVciIjr GULF ; see the l letter of Mr. Outs ted the money We answer we read Col. AbrahamBella EC must.<,.ontinue to beoo the side of
sheltered from the sea, by the Jo Mr. Monroe dated Jan. 1S; 1817. know not where he ta, but he /zaaIJtrn by E. F. That part of the Tenitory
and
4 Island of Santa Rosa, wl!,ten interlocks u I saw myself obi: ed to wail forinstructions ut KeyVtS;, Havana, the my lion.an Joseph Eulogy pronounced L. Sniiih, the by lying cast of the. Suwaney which
with the main land! about on this point, of so Charl,' ton. City of Washington constitutes the Eastern Judicial
the editor
of which
publication bays
use i Baranca*:.-When Com. WAUKIXGTOX much the greater importance, ail & and New York ; and we are in District, ,is divided iao five coun-
will be
we-hope permitted by
arrived here he did not relates to the cession, by his majesty formed by a geii'.lcman wham we the author both injustice to himself ties. Three aUeast of these coun-
in the to the United Stales, of the believe dot unadvisedly tiese '
find *r.y difficulty getting not speak; and the subject which he LQ must 'without any court,
Constellation in, bringing over the port of Pensaccla, which was the ; that toner thousand.dollars. of handled. clothed with power to execute the

Bur 122 J fret a: common high tide. key of the l'ulf of 'xico. the best the Tt'I'.fitol'., fuudt have been remitted happily We our-brrhren of criminal laws of the Territory.
When the Lt. Com. port r'! that gulf and which was > in this ina congratulate The
Gramfius, to a I person City, St. Augustine that the Roman growing population ,of Ala. *
CASSIA came in, she brought 2* the more necessary to his majesty: draft, fur which our informantsaw Catholic Church iu that is chug will probably induce the selection
Cay
I feet by rough cast of tne lead (for the security of hU possessions." tier money pail( a luu;!; time is under the conuji of tliose, whotift' of that County, aa the one
t from the channels. The town Is And on the 10th Fcb\'. 1817, Mr. ague We are further' infornird (beside St. Johns) in which the
such
to
not too bigoted permit
;'n 'appearance very much like Otis observes, to the Secretary 0 of that when the Secretary cf the performances as the above i.c those Superior Court of the Eastern
Portsmouth, except not -so much _State, I said to you, that 1 did Territory was about:. to start fromTallahassee District shall hold its sessions.
on the 4th of July, to be held in
improved, and contains about not positively know whether his fur Key \Vest, tat! I their or so uncharitable. Thus a part of 'Monroe county
Chapd ;
1200 souls. The Citizens of Pen- majesty would deprive himself Governor intruded to him certain will have no court of criminal jurisdiction
t.ACola; h.1been very attentive to i of E2sl.Florida, and of the important blunk Commissions, with directions us to suppose for that it would deliveran be1 within two hundred or.
sacrilege a laymun to
the officers of the squadron." port of Pensacola, which was to "till them with the two_ hundred and fifty miles.It .
oration ( it
in
-- the key of the gulf of Mexico." names of respectable:. : and competent we trust the or time eulogy will come ;when and is not unlijcly that the: evil

Sore A;:Gl'6Tl\'I':, Jut}' C5. In a subsequent correspondence met, or, if n.>ue such could all others will be as liberally and here complained of may be
florida Canal.-The Engineers: between :\1 r. Onis and Mr. Adams, be found to flU;l the cilices, to [bring correctly managed.COJUMUJWC.1. thought to be capable of being

have ascended the St. Johns, as produced by \he grant of extensive back the Commissions..-On his ... --- ,.-...- _.b- remedied by investing our present
high u;> as Bic.ck.j : Cit *k-have possessions to the Duke of Alagonand arrival at KjV cst, however, T1VJV.For I county courts with criminal

taken a survey of the Creek to the others, Mr. leis remarks, we understand that this gentleman r-------=:::;-- jurisdiction. But I trust ic the
forks ; and are on their return to His Majesty in ceding the Floridas foud that& the office of Auctioneer the Puucvla U&l:: iteo good sense of the people, that this:

the tuouih of the river, arid after ; to the U. S. has I given up the was a lucrative one, and OUR JUDICIARY No. II. delicate branch of our judicial polity ,

taking the soundings a:IJ surveys port of 'Pensacola, the key of me .1 lie re fore filled a corn mission fir M/ remarks, as contained in may never. be confided to
f 1 uf the Bar, will proceed through; gulf of Mexico, and it: itself of that office wur. HIS OWN KAME cat your paper of last week, were of hands so incompetent to wield it.
the Barrows: to St. Mary Jackvnvilit more value than all the land the&' the same time holding himself fereJ to the public not, as I con- The comparative simplicity of tha

; afloids l 12 athmsva- provinces contain." If then to the office of Secretary Sc Treasurer! fijently think, (though it h difficult -- common lawin relation to crimes

) ere We have heard much! aid these repealed attestations of theimnurtancc' of ;he Territory; appointed another for a man to analyze even his ami misdemeanors,has been marred

".,r the I laudable zeal! of tiie Eugi i.. s of Pensacola, he addedthe ] .. Jo. erfurnsthe_ duties of Auc- owu motives) with the vain desire, and mutilated by Legislative' ,

R.'ers, Tncti industry evinces a corroborating testiaion; -, .of: lionceTjp I his Deputy which prompts the puny efforts ofa empyricism, insomuch tiut theshrtwdest
uUT.'niaalion to accomplish( ; their' our enl :{htlnc<1 Naval Commissioners 1 f VYe, .
object in lime fur the ttOXsueel- and MilitaryEngineers: from ;any desire on our part to scribblers! of seeing myk own divine the weaning of cur

ing; of COt:12 i'MS. Major PeraullIB who can. with becoming propriety: cjuesiiuu the conduct of Col. \Valtou thoughts in p-hv: but with the i laws.. Nothing is necessary, therefore -
now here.-1'. F. Herald. It-tract from its superiority as a ,JKjt.it is sufficient that such reports laudible hope tint u change in to complete the absurdity

.... .N av.il harbor I 1 exist and that circu :usta.n..1ces public_ opinion, .Ipna ',t'hij'' ) important the acts of aa unwi&e legislature,.
Frankfort. Ky. July 29. \Vith respect to the depth of appear to justify them to induce subject, favorable'to the object but to confide their execution to
Jsaac B. D:,ha.-This wretched water on the dare let us revert from us to give that gentleman ,j which I have in view, might Judges as unwise as themselves.'M I .
of heghasily assertion without to facts and Itls.f ndb who be better effected. This ...
man will: probably recover & proof may b( object is the ---- tMtNffKZUJM3: : nn.niFrom --
o ) wound which he- iufliciedupon of an official character, which acquainted with the subject, an opportunity I establishment of a court, upon a (}olon, ia.-We have conversed
his owii nec ;. We !have no cannot he contaou\"el.t d. That to t"xplaiuIaCll1 if incorrect plan similar to thai on uhich the with Mr.Jefferson B.

very late accounts, as we should wnll known officer, Major Kearneyof fie: to suggest to the people'of( : old Circuit Curt was established; Noises, passenger in the schr. Ce
have had if he stud di d. The the Engineers, with others of the Territory, the expediency of The late act: ol( Congress; which res, from Marucuibo', which p'ucj

; Cynthiana paper of Friday 22nd!, his own corps, was se\'erallnontbs investigating proceedings of all may' be truly called the organic' law she left on the 4th of July. Th3
contains a statement of his case of the year 1322 employed), underthe those officers on whose integrity & of our Territory: Sc cf which it i.., Government of Maracaibo wasstrongly ,
drawn up by Jail surgrousi uf 1 immediate orders of the Government correct behavior the public weal) not too much to say, in the words opposed V> the movi

which, the following arc the concluding in surveying his barbjr. depends. We should hate deferred of its author, Sisal' it is likely to meni&of Gen;' Paez, & had declavrd .

paragrapus..H .- His official report gives the this article until the arrival of the 11 have,the illVct of bringing order in_ favor uf the government a >
.. 4. -can now sit, stand, walk ors minimum water on Ihe bar 21. 6- Secretary !but his long absence out of chaos," provides that the constitution, in ,,,hick semi men's 3

Ik, x 'inclination *ad comfort re ) (She maximum 26. 6 and the avc- and our uncertainly as: to the time Superior, Courts aha.*! not be cum-- Admiral Pud ill a had occurrrd.7'ron .-
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'adoniodibilaccii burn the tI. MTEttAriO.VOFPJtOPO, .iL .
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command C',1. A \ of Laguira bv (Jcnelals Brick & Lumber Wanted. D ,"Wing JCext 2SIonl\\. "

Stone and Timber Wanted.A'uvy
IVz and Escalon,) had "rri- .

i-d at araraibo from Venezuela, ..fg fir't Office, 1. I Grand State Lotteryof Virginia.

on express to Bogota. The governments 1'cnsaeolu.3ug't.1,1826.EALED S .. 1. 3N3 Jue r .

to the leeward of Maracaibo Proposals will be received First C/fl..,/or the Benefit of the

also declared for Boli I at my office, until 1st. October MONONGALIA ACADEMY.
have
The general opinion was neit; for the supply of the following materials Navy agent's office, 7 ---..... ...

"hat are Pacz would] be punished and Yard ,viz to: build wharf at the Navy Pensacola, ist tiept. 1826 5 J J. I. Cohen jj\ Brothers o :

E tranquillity be restored on the return 105,468 Cubieeet of limber of the following EA HAVE the pleasure to announc.- the
dimensions vi: : LED Proposals will be received at my office, until 1st October next, for the the first scheme uf "tae
Liberator. >
of the f supply of the following materials build commandant's house blacksmith's
to a '
1218 logs, 30 feet long-and 13 by 14 GRAND STATE LOTTERY OF % IKGIN1A -
'
fi. Y. Enquirer.We inches square. shop and mast house_ at the Navy Yard, ,-ia- orf the promotion ot Fxiuca'on

-= 1228 do 28 feet long and 13 14 & the benefit of the Monongaha Academy. -
are Authorised and requested to inches by 560,000 brick, 9 inches long, 4J do. wide, 2$ do. thick, and of the first quality The scheme i il arranged on the Old and

announce Divin C. TIKKIUM Esquire 576 do.square.21 feet long, and 13 .b14 t. H} u J. Even System, 'which nxxie ol, drawing*

as a' candidate for a seat in the next Legislative inches square. % wide.n ;! ; (secured by Letters Patentunder die

: Council. a*.,a Representative 5,852 Perdiftefi Stone, suitable for the Seal uf the United States) has been adopted ,
1 tom the Eastern Xfauict of ihis.Count/ cofutntclion of a substantial and durable 22 do. : : :281812 in consequence of its established

: We are authorised: and requested to an- wharf '22 do. : : 29 16 9 and unrivalled popularity. .

ounce ADA'tI GORDON Esquire as a can All the logs!! of 30 feet in length, must 11 -d o. : : 15 18 9 The whole to be drawn IN"'

', didate for a seat in the next Legislative be of Cypress, and it would be greatly 22 do. 30 ft. Ig. 9 In. thick 11 in. .

Council} as a Representative from the preferred ifthe whole of the timber could wide running to 9 inches ONE DAY, and will take
lastern'District of this County. be 0.
obtained
of
that description. If Cypress f2 do. : : 12 9 7 place on Wednesday 27th oj-
We arc authorised and requested by cannot be proctm-djbr the whole or ,
11 *
do. : : 18 9 9
1! the friends of Col. JOHN DI LA RCA tot a part of the balance if must be gottenout next month (,Septr.In .) -
of the heart of Yellow Pine. It 8 do. : : 14 9 7
t ra sate, that he will serve, as member of the must '
a next Legislative Council, if elected. be free from all defects, particularlywind 84 do : : 11 9 7 the Guy of Richn.ond,

.. shakes, large knots and sap ; to be 13 d t). t : : .18 9 4 HIGHEST PRIZE .

t. =' nicely and exactly he.vcd, and out ol 3- do. 12 9 4
: :
tej" ".? JVew Floridian" and L. wind.

to K." shall appear in our next, The stone is to be of the, best qualit 1 j do. 16 9 4 820,000BRILLI.i. ,
,
I being unavoidably postponed for : that can be procured in this ,section of 2, dn. : : : 9 6 6

want nf n. country, and to be delivered of a size and 3 dUe : i 12 12 5 .\ T SCHEME- ;, '
I1:1 ? shape most convenient and desirable tor : 1 do. : : 14 12 5
!OJ ---- 1 of 6.0,000 S OOOO,
:
the
1111 purposes for which it is intends l.I 9 do. 44 15 8 .
P : : 1 of 8.000 8OOJ
mm iU Wfi I All the above articles are to be deliver-) -
i 9 do. : : 16 18' 8 1 of 4tsOO 4OUO

ed time at of the !Navy Yard, Pensacola. Tht 13 do. 28 it. Ig. 8. in. thick 10 in. 5 of 1)000 5,000
fi -rO 'tU Itausacota.AKRIVED delivery will he fixed in the cm 20 of 100 200
tracts and must be \vide running to 8 i in.
future
governed by ar 50 of 50 2jOO
i
rangements fur tne commencement ant-: 18 do. : : : 12 8 6- 100 of 20 2UOO

'? prosecution:: of the work. The muteria s I 54 do. :' : : 11 9 7 300 of 5 1.500

<;.' Sept. 3Schr. Hope, Rielly, jvill be subject to the usual inspection :.t 8 do. : / : : 14 9 7 12,5UO of 4 5lJWo' -
New Orleans, bound to St. Marks the Yat'd, and payment will be made foi
i 8 do. t. ; 30 8} 4

-put in on account of. head winds, them only, with as they are and delivered.Bond a do : : 33 10 9 12,978 Prizes, am'liny to g95.000 ._.!
-
ample
i boom and approved Seen- 1 ,022,
hating carried areaYJtb- ,. : rity, will be required for the exact and 8 do. ; *fv: .i ,. : 30 10 9 ... ".,
'
Irialn-9n rit. faithful execution of the contracts. 18 doT/ "' : :; 12 9 10 25,OXI Tickets g95,00o '
i
6U. S. .Schr. Grampus, Lt. Samuel !{. Overton, 4 d-j. '4; : : : 16 9 10 MODE OF DRAWING:-The numbers t "
%
i Com. Crssin, from a cruize and 3iljrys .,1 dry .1gell! I 18 cio.>> : I : -12 9 8 will be put in one wheel as usual-: i

}f from Havana, all wel!-re- It will be observed! that the time for receiving I 4 do. : : 16 9 8 and in the other will be put the Przes above ;
I
l ports'that Havana was quitehealthy. proposals for Stone ar.d i timber toi 7 do. i : 14 8 5 I the_denomination of Four JLJo.iars, .rand
Wliaitu will expire on the 1st October, the drawing to progress in the usual :
1411 5
instead of the 15th as heretofore published! : 3 do. t : : manner, The 12,500 prizes of Four dollars .
f ENTERED. (QTl h e Editor the Mobile Coromei- I 26 Joist : : 19 12 3 will be awarded to the odd or even

Sept.; 7. -ttrig JErbl, Gage, cial ItcgUter, and Florida lntelhencu.will ; 76 do. : :5; 16 9 :3 numbers of the Lottery (as the case ,may ,.

New-York, 5: days, with Public please copy the above allciatiun u: 10 do. : 18 9 3 be) dependent on the drawing of the .

: Stores: to :Samuel 11. Overion, Navy proposals. 25- Jt.oficefor 104 do. : -- : 9 9 3 etplt:1ll'rj'z of Twenty Thousand Dol -
bra-that is to say, if the Twenty Thous-
!
Agent "El oiicla Luul\. 1gc'nc! )1KO do.f : : 10 8 3 s.uid Dollar prize should come oat to an .:

CLEARED, .i4rt the purchase and sale of lands 90 do. : i 14 8 3 odd number, then every odd nun.her m

}, Sept. -?.-Sent. Speculation, is opened at Talluln.see, the teat of Government 3,:() feet run of joist promiscuous lengths 15 3 the scheme will be entitled to a four tloi- :

'; Mallet, St. Marks, with assorted cf PWI la. 1 11ffT I 76 joist : '- : 24 9 3 ;jar priz ; iflhe Twenty Thousand doi" f',

Catgo by S. P. Hatr.ce. known, that the rich lands of Flo- 76 do. : : 14 9 3 tar prize should come out to an even own .
nil -
J her, then the even numbers in the
SAILED Tula are well adapted to the culture 76 do. : : 22 9 3
scheme will be each entitled to a prize-of '
i of those staples SUOAH CAXE
.. \ t;.-U. S. Transport: Schr. Flo- SEA great. COTTON. That Gentlemenwho AMISLAND > i I 304- do; : : 21 9 3 fout dollars.

: .rida, Baker Tampa Bay. visit this country, with,view to permanent 1700 feet run of joist promiscuous lengths, 1 11' Odd Numbers end with 1,3,5, 7 or 9 :

T; Schr. Hope, Ritrlly, St. Marks. ,settlement, labor under man 600; do. do. do. 14 3 Even Numbers with 2, 4, 6, 8 or U

Ur roii THIS 1,onr.M disadvantages, in the purchase or locationof 500 do. do. do. 10 3 This mode drawing not only permits
\ Jauds, which it is beiie\ed might bt : 14 4 3 the whole Lottery to be completed ia
i ..,cw- l'crk, August 15th.Bng .- 80 pieces scantlng : : one
obviated by this Gfiicc. drawing, but has the great advantage ot"
t John Marshal, Drumtnond 1 It is the intention of tin! undersigned 8 do. do. : : 20 5 4gOd distributing the small prizes regularly to

'II'.If to sail in all the week. t lobe prepared with special information, o. do. : :, 1 24 3 ci'ery alternate number in the scheme so

',--_ __ relative to the quality and extent of the 8 dip do. : : 22 5 4 tfiat the holder of two tickets or twJ

.! most valuable lands which may be uiiered 28 do. do. s 1 23 6 Z' 31 shares of tickets (one odd and one even

i. FOR KALE for sale by the Government or by individuals. 12 do. do. : : : 23 6 3} number,) will be certain: of obtaining at

t. Books will be opened fur the l least one prize, and in the same ratio for "
do. do. : 10 4 J 3i
24
:
w tr registering of all states uluch nsav be any l renter quantity, .7 Ticket drawing /
i A 110\S'fJ coinmitteti to the charge of said. chive 18 do. do. : : 14 4k 31 a supcrioqrize in thisscheme is not

with drafts and descriptions-special examinations 20 tit,. do. : : 11 8} 4 restricted from 'drawing an inferior one

; situated on Romana Street in the City of will be made in all cases if 8 do. do. : t. 10 81 1 4 also-many tickets, therefore( will necesR ,

'j ensacula,together with lie! deemed necessary. "4 do. do. : : 10 5 5 riy: obtain two prizes each ;
Said olfice will be prepared to attendto Prizes payable in Cashwhich
12 8t canbe
do. do. :
all business to the perfect completion 6 : z 41i had. as usual at Cohen's office' the>
l\a\r\o\ 1..ft1\l 8 do. do. : : 16 6} !
or adjustment of Jswd cta/mll.-To all hu- moment they are drawn. :

iinesa apeil.\ining; to the Donation or 30 do. do. : : 11 6} 4 I 'ltole'fickets 35 1 Quarters gl 2$

on which it stands, being half of Lot Pre-emption Laws, passed by the; Con- : 8 do. d a. : t : 30( 5 4 Halves 259 I| Eighths: 62 'tf "
:
number 190 and containing: forty feet gretjofthe United States, fur the benefit 80 do. do. : : 16" 3 To be had in the or
:" f.-ont on said Rontana Street hy one hundred of the early settlers of l"Joridl- toevery i I greatest variety .
25 4 3 numbers (Odd and Even
dUe do. :
140 : ) at
.J and seventy feet in depth. description: of business! relating to a
,' For'terms &c Apply' to Gt'lfll"ULand Jz[encj. Napa\ of the 180 do. do. : > : 31 4 3

M.i. Moreno Vela llivas.Pensacola i i'ubhc Lands whicliere ottered: in May 90 (in.do. dUe : ": 18 8 3} COIJE 'S :.

7th Sept. 132627-if. 1825, and of those lately advertistd: for 28 do. : : 16 si 3 15J -

: w sale be procured.by the Government, can at all times 2000 feet of 2 icch plank Lottery Exchange trices.

r Register & licpeivcrs Notice. Letter (post paid) addressed to ji.chajd 16700 l-i do. : I : Richmond and-J 'orfolk.CWhere "
'yde: :
K; I TEHK Ilepis-ter and Receiver cif the C. Allen &. Co. Tallahassee, i'lori- 900 Ii do.do.. I I 18 4
ji i) Lnnd Office at Tallahassee, inform ou, will be at'ende l to. 1100 1* : : 15 4t do. (::: numerous capitals have been -

those who are interested, that the office itichard 0.)Allen & Co. 900 l do. : t 18 5F do. obtained vies will be-Prizes received in any in ofthe late LotteJ "

i* now open for the reception and adjustment 1100 1 do. : : 15 5 3 do. Orders from payment I
of claims, arising ui'c'!,'r the act of References. do. any part pf the United
- 6300 Ii do. : : 12 States either by mail (postpaid _
Congress approved the 2.f day of : ) or private
April'1B2C. His Excellency Wan P. Duval, 500 I do. : : 14 12 do. conveyance, enclosing the cash 'or
Every person wishing to avail I
himself of tl.e benefit of this act, must Col. Hobert Butler, Surveyor General. 25000 1 do.62JOO meet prize the ticket in any of the Lotteries, will' .

make known his clad de1iH" Col. James Gulden, 2 6 do same prompt and punctLal at* _
by ting a shingles : ; .
tel
thn lion
General H. K. Call, cypress as personal application,-ad
notice in writing to the lU-gister: in winch 1 dress .
Chaircs to .
he must particularly designate the qu..r.tcr JonMhan Major Henj.Robinson ,Ktj.Tallahassee.(iudsden The tin-Iber must be of yellow pine, of the first qtmh'ty and free from all defretsf J; I. COIIE.V jr. & BROTHERS '

section or fractional quarter section I Cty. such as wimUhakcs:: large knots and hap, and to he: gotten out agreeably .to 1 Norfolk Rc/ur.Jlld. ,
.
which he Cb"tri. A quarter section is the exact dimensions given:: in the bill. The agent reserves the power ot in-
liiidctstnod to consist ot: one fouiih part Extract fi;"on the Circuit of the Mecretari/ : reducing quantities and qualilies above specified, at any time be- QD'W.llaseh( ::: Hunt will receive and
of the Treasury to the lieccivtrg cf Puh- creasing forward orders as above!
'an ami
t entire section, not oi'two cigthl
fore the conti acts.
lie money, iteied.the I2 2d Feb. 18'J6. closing Pensacola, 25th ..August 1826 26-3t.
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parts cfdJfterer.t sections, or t\\O luilves: All the above articles ire to be delivered at the Navy Yard, Pensaccla. The _

of dificrent quarter sections. One, dol -vjilition to specie and the bills of first delivery must be made about the loth of October, and the balance as the ma- ..

lar :twenty-five eents per acre will be the Baak3 c.r the United States and its terials are required. They will be subject to a rigid inspection by the officers of NOTICE, '

required from each claimant, at the time Uranclics, which are receivable in nil pay. the yard and payment will be made for hem only upon evidence being producedat
of nuking: }: entry. No more ban one meats'to the United States the moneys this office of the delivery and inspection. mHE undersigned having been ordered
krctinn; be entered receivable for made the shewing whether I by the Hen. the County Ccurt of
quarter can by an) public lands in Florida area It is desirable that endorsements be upon proposals
oieindi\iiluul.; The sans and overseers *f follow*. The l1JtC'sufthe incorporatedHanks they are made for stone or timber for the wharf, or for brick or lumber for the Kscambia County, to administer; on the .

of settlers, 'iho have not masle improve- in )It.; ,tun, City of New-Vork, Phil. above described buildings. Estate- of J. ,M. FLLVX, /JOMINGOGONZALEZ

mints fcrparatc, distinct and independent adc'phia, lialtnnore, District of Columbia, Bond, with ample! and approved security will be required for the exact and & I'R.1NCLSt1EJLh ,
Intestates have died
who
of those mate! t by their fathers or einpioy- Richmond, Scuth Carolina, Georgia faithful execution of the contracts. leaving property -
cr,, will not be "entilk tt to itre-emptions. Sew; Orleans;, Und Alabama. Uut this Samuel R. Overton. in this Territory" ;

All claims must be supported h; the tes- nennisMon to receive the notes of localor JYavy ..gent.Oi Hereby Requests .
li'i.ony oi one or niote credible; and dis- state !rinks i in only to be in force, provided I

iQtcre.vtcdvitnesses, whose; evidence tint those banks pay specie for all persons having demands against the '
the
to be here, to commence WHARFe
w.ust be given in person, before the He. their notes on demand and! are otherwisein .'?s mechanics are confidently expected.. the time of estates: of the said Intestates to present
receiving
;inter and Receiver, or taken in.the form good ci" dit. For the information of the 1st of October, all Prr )M ;:' h.. --/rfetl.J'1 ".riletuuiiacts ,. : the same immediately, and those indebteu -
and that the first delivery ;:- iui'tone
<'f a deposition before of the : lauds :prrioosal will expire on tl.t ( d r.
a justice puichasert public each Receiverwill I 'to lie same: to make payment forthwith -
peace: and in and timber, will be about the 15th of next month-- "
duly certified. To entitle the publish one newspaper in liis District to "
Tatth.Set!! : Inlelhgcnccr will please inscrt -
cjainaui to the ; cf thelollowing list of the The Mobile (;(nnmrrctal'Itrbgiiterand; 'II11
right pre-emption, a : description of funds ,1P
adveHAJirtent until 20ih September, and forward heir accounts to u1.Dryttl.lor: n1t-unt
facts must be establisijed.; 1st, which he is hereby authorized to receive, the above

that he or she was the head of a family, and he will give notice in like manner of this! ollice for (payment. S. R, -
\J 11. ** '
()itweiity.: ''nc year ofajje or upwards, any cbang'bich may occasionally take .. M. Crupper C1 k. -
un the lii that Nut in all such he Uli, S: :\It; A
day of Jantntr,182.-2d: place. publications C. c. E. c.
'}i" or slul l;,l on or before the 1st day of will state that although for the accommo- LUl\t ER" m Pensacola, 24th August, 1826-26-8t.
January; lUZ5, actually inhabit and cult lotion cf purchasers the tocnl anti StateUanJc'iiol i\lU.SV. -& LVVTGovernment .
&
i'te the quarter section ol'Lud which he .s therein enumerated urn :aI'rcc.nt \
cr >olC may claim.-3d. that the said receivable, it is desirable, that f1E Subscriber has on hand! CO M feet ofl situated on Street in the City i i. YaJ ''' ovxvundersigned r\\xes \
ccfns'istiiiK
cjainiant has not removed from this TCI' payments he uiude in specie, or the notes _SL of choice lumber, of l'cli\.lcola-\hc' Lot is known in the LG1kI1E

7. 11UI.r. When the applicant i cUims, as the of the Hank (,f the L'mtt-d States aiul( it* i iBranches Flooring pank! weather hoanhnjr low, icart for plan of the City as number 282 and con- U now prepared to
Jt'J.)41' re1rescntatie of some 1ireviuusrattler ; and that.as the receipt of any ling &c. which is oliered for sale fixns 80 feet in: front by 170 deep. receive at liiu office, the Territorial
Cu shOidcn '" \9LSO FOR LRJSE and County taxes, as per assessment m=-deb
,this additional) 'fact Inuhl be Proven, of the local or State liar.k Notes may be thAn 2CJ
The for.any quantity less fortei1yetrs, the TWOSTORY : 7'ti. )' Mr. C. Evans,r..cdvt.r: of tax returns for
stove d'scuiiurued at time without .
1st.
w 11 be cl..bud 0:1 the aiiy previous ( tit :""\ .. "T
M feet. cfdiHerent tlirtiensions.tl.ian : the And also the I..w'
I 'lpuday m junuuiy next, alter which no notice, it will be well for tlio>e who hate delivered bapplying ;:-<<, HOUS& !..;:..,-X present year. (us
hand htr filled l and t. 1 the of Poll-tax for
the
on require) arrears
c:161Unll: be received. make tip provide them.selves can I ; ;) : & KITCUKN: built by 1 'f'1'w ,
p 'mcms.to ..
10 day g previously to r ... the 1824-5, making for the two .
with specie, 01 notts ot the Hank of the 11 :: Lit lute Col. '''ilI.e years .
J{ K. Call
.. I'tlwnIXPeracola Hainea. year, the sum of fifty cents upon eacfi
Unitea States or its marches, to guard Sidney I :;:It.s, situated a hilt I : mile! North hast oftie
(j. \" AVaid.Mr 2.t.lirackcuriilge's with the free mae of t'a en*yone year\of age, and .
of
;a\\.,'=iir.st any cliiilge llut 'may be foundproptr ept. 6ih 18':6-2 City Pensacola, together; a like sum all slaves: above the
upon ngcof
.1O1t't.1.' n) regard! to the notes of Lut of
17 and not exceeding 5Oy ears. As the
G. W'. \Vaid, Keguster cf the I.anc1 local or State Ua!iks. NO bank nute fora EuY ay "A-s fi'1m'. ,t l c amounts together ire very small, and the
Obce at less amount than five dollar! i is to he re.CCI.tI i @
Tallahassee, IS t heie! }' r.uiitied first that has Leer called for since the
A few of Urackenridge' which. stands much rentto
tl&I copies Eutog1on as of'the
claiii the right 1 of in zor an) that :j r.ot payable ondeniaJtl l'n ; of it is
change
prc-einpnon fif government expected
Ii anti{ characters '
the be
tlle \t's_ upjropriated finishing the house ;
quarter ofLandDiiU.ctlO'l No.'l' .-, : j they will be paid in without delay; and
tat 1wlls'11: I) ivo. Iu: :( 1'\0.- in :11. I{. Call, ADAMS: AND JFFFERSON. I as further may be information necessary.enquire For of term Cci. Joair and without cost or trouble.

: tVebtCr1J ',tt of "I'luriila. I llcrc per. are struck ofTin pamphlets, and fcr: sale at'I IVI: LA RIM, Peusacola.Penacala. \Vm, Davison,

A. D. July .15-' ., the fc 'sacoia= ScokStorc. ." (. 29th August, 1825-27tf. .. -b.;/.&. Cotl1l11; .


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12. -If route should be discontinued A CLAMATIO Sd-Al ul 1iii; Libnd : Ten'"'d"a-.ju
: \\;() (\\\jS. a By the President ofthe United PRO diaries '
by Congress! or: become, -useless, in wholeor Keg : Settopt Thomas Ucyuold
FOR carrying maih l of tic., United in part, In the opinion or the PostMaster -j' ," States. B7' and Domingo Acosta. '
:,' : on the following;; post! Roads ..' "wi1Thrn-:1.: "DuvaGovernor \ .4th at 1fiam.Frink., house
Gener be may limit, or dispense JW ptirsuante of Law, I, Jon QriTtcr : judges
will* be received at the General Post Ofioe :' wi'lithe service urthe .contractoron making **AIUMS, President of the United Slates Hie Territory of Florida. William :Frink, Brittbn Knight, and Jtmci
: in the City of until the of ;. Smith.
Washington, (
him an allowance: of one month'sextra of America, hereby proclaim and make with the provisions of the -
12th dty of October next, inclusive. compliance 10th }) Within the
pay. known, that a Public Sale will be held at IN tenth section of the act of the Con. lsTncT ; rouowml'P
In Florida.rC3. 13. Tile contracts arc to he in operation the Latvl Office at Tallahassee, inVest of the United States, entitled J'an assigned limits, all the county of Dui.:

From Burnt Corn, Alabama, by on.the !first day of January next; and Florida, on the third Monday in January, gress act to amend the several acts for the cs- north and west of St. Johns river.

Howl rot K", or 1 nr.eis: tu Pensucola! ,to continue four years. 1827, for the disposal of the l"IIHls situate tablishment ofa Territorial governmentin Three Precincts;
twice u week, 91 nlilt briel
1.1Ullrnt Or!i every Monti iy and Poit-Jlutter General sale Tallahassee, and in the townships 1826, priest; judges; Gabriel Priest Ro.
Thursday it G 12am ul arrive ut Pen. hereaftef designated, viz to the bert Ilutchinson and Andrew Brincony.
t a Post Office Department, July 12th, 1826. It is hereby made known people :
cucol.-i on Tucsd.iy: an-l Friday bj 3 p hi. 26-7t. Fractional townships No. 1 and 3" ctJ Florida, that on the first Monday in 2d-at Jacksonville the COUrt house;

) 'h Leave Pensaco'a every Saturday and north of Range No. 2., west, I.g October next, the polls will be openedin judges ; J. D. Hart, John Warrtn ajid

f Wednesday at 9 u m and arrive at Burnt S \\ilg'off C\iea \: (Fractional township No. 2, north of c) the several precincts, and respective Francis J. Ross. of
Charles
3d at the house Dr
Corn and 6 Range No.2 forth nard :
on Sunday Thursday by p zn.i west districts, as hereinafter designated,
i 264. From Pen crla, by Gadsden c. h. 'Sub rriber, having determined! FractianaItombips No. 2 .and 3 -; : purpose of electing the thirteen judges; CharK Uronard, \\IR. Starrett

.lackson c: h. aid VVallon c h. to Tallahassee TIIK bring his business to a temporary north of aNo. 3. west, ,. members of the Legislative Council of! and Stephen Eubanks,

; once a week, 220 miles. close, will sell of? at reduced prices for fractional'townships' No. 2 and 3 \..'fi g this Territory, under the restrictions and 11th DISTRICT; Within the following '
. Leave 1'ensacola at north of No. 4, west r f of signed limits. AU the country lOutll
every Wednesday Ctith or ap/srDvedpa/er, his present stock Range: qualifications, contained in the act
: 6 a m and arrive at Tallahassee next consisting; of Fractional township No.2,north of u Congress above recited. and east of St. Johns riyer within the

.j\esdHV bv 10 a m. < Fine & sup. blue and bl'k broadcloths, Range No. 5, west -5 -= The persons named as judges in the boundary lines of Duval and St. Johns

S Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday at 2 Blue, bl'k, mixed and, ribbed drab cat imeres Fractional township No.3, north of c:: following enumeration, are hereby appointed counties, and north ofth city of St. Au.
p m and arrive-at Pensacoia on Tufsday.! Range No. 5, west, :) and required to preside at' the gustine, and north of the road thence to

, 265. From Tallahassee: : by Scwany Tartan & Caroline plaids bombazettei; Fractional townships No. 2 and 3, w several-precincts to which thei names Buena Vista."

and Ii Is! -to at. Augustine, once a Vaientia toils>:tte and Marseilles vest-" north of Range No. 6, west, arc attached. Where all the judges do Three Precincts ;

week. 237 mil 't. ings, ansorted, Including the County adjacent to the not' or cannot, attend it shall be competent 1st at Kingsley's Blum judges M.Jenkins .

Leave i>t. Augustine every Tuesday at Bl'k Rcnshaws, sarsnctt, figur'd bl'k town of Quinc,'. for any one of those named, to pre. and Samuel Kingsley.
2 p m and arrive at Tallalussee: tlie' next silks, Also townshipsNo. 3, 4 and 5, northof side at the election; each district to elect 2d at Samuel! }Fairbanks' houaejjudges;

: Tuesday by 10am.Leave White satin, green florence, Ranges 9,10,11 12, 13 and 14 west, one member. Samuel Fairbanks andjames Hall.

I Tallahassee! : every Tuesday at 2 Bl'k and colored canton crapes, plain: including Chipola country, and part 1st. DISTRICT; within the following assigned 3d at the house of Francis P. Fatio.
p in and :Irrne at St. Augustine the next and figured, ofthe Holm*"s' Creek settlement. limits. "All the city of Pensacolaand judges ; .Francis 1'. Fatio and Lewis

Tuesday by 10 :i m. Women's worsted coloured & silk hose, Also, fractional sections No. 2,3,7, 8, county of Escambia, west of Palafox Fleming-

*66 From Tallahassee. by Decatur c. Coloured braces, Men's beaver gloves 10, 11,14. 15,17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, street Pensacola, and the road thence 12th DISTRICT; within the following s.

-Ito Pindcrtown, GA. once a week, 16Jmiles. Women's white and coloured kid do 29,30 and 31, fractional townships No. (by Emanuel's) to Claiborne Alabama' signed limits, "The city of St. Augustineand

lU-t' Leave Tallahassee, every Wednesday: Coloured Ciimbricks Dimiiy, sections ?'O. 23, 24, 25, 23, 35 and 56, in One Precinct ; road from said city to Buena Vista and

!.t 4 a in. and arrive at Pinde.rto\vn on.i'r.tlay IMaiu. and figured book muslins! fractional township No. 3, north of Range At the house of Antonio Collins-judg. the southern boundary of St.Johns coun

1 by G p. m. Cnllarctts, 4 east, all of* hich fractional sections are es-John De la Kua, Robert Mitchell and
ty.One
Leave Pindertown every Saturday: at 6 Cambric and 'mull do. Insertions, bounded by the Lake Mickasukie. Henry Michelet. Precinct ;

A in and urnve ut Talluhasiee on Monday White tulle! plu"!*h, striped muslins, The sale"to commence with the lowest 2d. DISTRICT ; Within the following assigned City of St. Augustine ; at the court

by8azn. I Gin hun robes, Bolivar stripe., number of section, township and Range, limits-"AU the City of Pensaco. house ; judges; John Y. Garey Reuben

267. From St. Mary's, by Coleran, Hangup cord bl'k silk velvet, and to proceed in the order designatcdi '1 la and county of Escambia lying .east of Loring and. I'. J. Fatio.

Cr.l\\ furd, on 3t. .Iohns, and .':Jacksonville Brown holland, yellow nankeens! Una Proclamation. Palafox street Pensacola, and the road 13th DISTRICT; within the following as!
to St. Augustine once a week, 100 ;mes.! Irish linens in emi.pieceslong lawn, The. lands reserved by law for the me thence,-(by Emanuel's to ClAiborne Ala- signed limits, The boundary lines of
of schools, or for other purposes, and the Musquito and Monroe counties."
Leave St. Mary's every Saturday ut 4 Id/hell cambrics, threads assorted, bam .
.:2 p ni : nil Arrive at St.. Augustine or1 :\ Hihbons assorted, fractional sections bounded by the Geor Three Precincts; Three Precincts ;
: Monday by 6 p rn.Leave UI'klJd colored Galoons, gla line, will.be excluded from sale. 1st. At the court housejudgesTimothy 1st at New Smyrna ;judges ; John Ives,

St. .\II-{t13tine every Thursday! at Waist belts and buckles, flag li'kfs. Given Snler my hund at the City of Twitch, Emanuel Uomf'ay, and Joseph Charles F. Smith and Jesse Hester.2d .
Washington" this 20lU( day of May, A.ll. at the house of James
do.Artilicial :
6 a m ami arrive at St.l.u'j't) 011 Satar- Cashrnel"t'5 de Naple ar.dgauze Noriega. Darbey *
dybv 10 a us.S I flowers and wreaths, tapes, 1sC. : 2d. At Florida-judges; Henry Wilson, judges John Addison, James Darbey EC
S N otc Bl'k Ostrich f feathers, pearl buttons: 5 John Q. Adams.By Andrew Simpson aM: David Kelkcr. Henry Willmon.

S I I Coloured flag, madrass h'kfs. Cravats, the President, 3d.-.3t Oneil's Ferry : judges ; Hr. 3d Key West judges; Samuel Fry,
1. The FosMIaster! General may expedite J.inen checks, and 4.4 co. do.. Graham Parker and William Taylor.3d. John Whitehead and Mr.Fitzpatrick.
S tl'e mails and alter the times for Domestic plaids, stripes and shirtings, George DISTRICT : Within the following assigned Given under my hand at the City cf

S t 'rrixulund departure any timu during Co. ticking, bear: duck, sheetings, Commissioner of the limits : "The boundary lines of Tallahassee this twenty third day of July,
the comir.uuncc of the contract, he Pl)'. Letter paper, spelling books, quills. 17-30t. GetieralLuml Gfice.. Walton Washington counties." in the year one thousand eight hundredand
: 'ing :adequate compensation tbr any ex twenty-si and of the
,
Scissors, pen & pocket knives, razors Six l'recincts; Independenc
tri expense occasioned thereby. in cases, Ojfice of the (;",11. Ge,:. ofSzib.iseireJI'aanglon 7. 1st. : At Harrow's ferry Judges : Jeremiah of the United States the fifty.first.
2. Seven minutes s'lall be allowed for July 1, 1826 S :
I Table knives And folks, razor straps I Saville, Robert! McKennon, dud William P. Duval.
opening1 and closing the mail at all otiicesylicre Proposals will ne received
lime is and piste, SEPARATE until the first of Oc- Jesse Bryant. 25-6t.
no particular specified. :Needles! pins, thimbles, fish hooks and day 2<1_. : At_the big Spring ; judges._ W.
:,. For every fiflcen minuter delay, in tuber next, fur the delivery of provisionsfor -
lilTt's.Spectacles. Lewis, Levi F. Miller, and Collin McRea.3d .
anjvinjjafer( the time prescribed in any the use of the troops of the United I NO'I'ICE.DrrAntisNT .
i in cases toothbrushes! ; 4t21aqua ; Judges ; Charles S.
ra 'act the contract tlull forfeit ten States to he delivered in bulk, in.
. ro i upon I or STATS,
Whip hand and CfU:'S-Cut aw files, V. Jones, John Barkley, and Michael
:; dollars aiid if tlir (ldacnutinuc nut-! spcction, as follows : July 14, 1826. )
(.;iiu lucks flints, Vuughun. _
gun
The of ,il, At Pensacola. 0 obviate the risk and
; dcpurlure any pending S delay incidentto
4th
Jirittania, tutania & tinned iron spoons, ; -ft DempseyYone' houseJudgesUcinpsey
r \ i is 10.,1 l, furieaturv oltiouble the of
a the
\vheieby a trip 600 barrels of Pork return Bank Note
.5 Stock and pad locks, cut tucks Jones Paul M. Jones, and Archibald .
the uinonnt alluded lor carrying Shoe pincers and hammers: awl blades 125') barrels fresh fine Flour Anderson. From this department, not receivable at

the mail one trip,5h..l1 be incurred, un. and hafts, I 5000 gallons nl'good proof Whiskey 5th. ; Jl\ William M. Loftin's house ; the Treasury ofthe United States, in payment
} *ss it shall ho made to appear, that the I 550 (bushels ut' uod sound Beans for Patent Rights, all persons des'irousof .
S Screw angers, mortice chissels! Judges ; William M. Loftin, Sir.1Sood,
xietoy was occasioned by i\oiibhc! ac 800 politic! ol'goud hard Soap taking out Patents are requested
Wire and hair sieves' frying pans, : antI E. .,llen.;
; ciJerit; \vjiclirHsc) the aiuount of pay Weeding hoes, trace chains, 4000 pounds of good hard tallow Candles, 6lh.t \ Point ; Judges ; DavidL. to: transmit with their application, such

-! far n trip, will be furfrhed. These lurJeilures Mail's superior and common saddles.: with Cotton wicks White, Jolin King and J. Barker. Notes or Drafts as they may know, or be

, ; it will be otiened are uncon Fine and com. plated curb k huaffie 140 bushels of good clean Salt- 4lh. DISTRICT; Within the following advised, will be available at the Treasury.

4 tUtionai, except far tlic failure vI'a trip, bridles 2250 gallons of good cider Vinegar. signed limits, "commencibg on the western July L5.-24-lOt.tfj"publishers .

by unavoidable useu'ent, the penalty maybe Saddle: bs,collars martinga's: One-fourth on the 1st day of June, 1827, Bank of the Chipola at its intersect.ton of the laws of the United
reduced to the pay for one trip Thai One-fourth on the 1st day of October. States will!insert this notice in. their -
Men's fine & low priced shoes &.boots, with the Alabama line, thence down papers
condition this su.t or tu other ten-times.
on no .i -
1827'One.fourUi
Women's morocco and prunella shoes. the Chipola to the mouth of Rus&'s mill
penalties stated, to be remitted. Chil ren's shoes, straw bonnet, on the 1st day of December, creek, thence up said creek to its head, T CAKTO5J9KNT BROOKE >

4. Persons making' proposals are required Wool hats, beaver hats, castor & roruni 1827. and thence to the corner of Jackson county FLORIDA July 1st 1826. 3
to tftatctlieir prces by the year. hats, And the remainder on the 1st day of at or near Hickory Hill, and north and a 'WILL receive proposals till the 31st

Those who contract will receive their Cotton cards sleeping brushes, March, 1828It west with the above recited line in Jackson October ensuing, to furnish the troopsof

S p-iy quarterly-in the months of May, Cotton bagging, baling twine, is understood that the Pork to be County. the United States,.Army, that are or
0\ .\u -iut, November and February, oneS contracted for is to consist of entire
an be statinned Cantonment
Imp. &young hyson tea, loaf sugar, Two Precincts! ; may at Brooke
fl' itionih: utter the cxpiruliun ut each Madeira, Tenerifte and Lisbon wines, jog to the barrel, except feet, legs, ears, 1st. : At Vickcr'! Store-judges-Owen with fresh beef, from the 1st day of January

quarter. Cognac brandy. Hnl1anJgin, null snout, which are inadmissible Williams, Henry O'neil and Doctor Desha. 1827, to include the 31st day of De-
: S 5. NI J other than a free white person Sup. elicwingtobacco! common do. Should the hog be of less! weight than 2nd. ; At Cain's Store-judges! Jonas cember, 1827.

shall be employed to carry the trl lil. Best brown sugar, Havana coffee, 200 pounds the deficiency is to be made Daniel, Arthur Foster & Elijah Calloway.5th. The beef will be required to be deli-

6. Where the proposer intends to con Cut nails aborted, German steel J up of good fat side peiccs. NQ more DISIUICT ; Within the following as. vered to the troops in two days in each

vcy the mail in tHc body of-a stage carnage Sweet oil, lamp do. copperas, than one head is allowed to a barrel of signed limit*-" all Jackson County not week (the days to be designated) in such

he is des;rt'll to state it in his: pro- Viregar, pepper, allspice, pork. The contractor may,at his option, embraeced by the limits of the fourth dis- quantity as shall be required for their rations .
.
})wHtl<< ; and the stuije: must be of sutlir."jtit t the hams and make the deficiency .
Brown soap: spc-nnui : iizc unless otherwise expressed, to Window glass, cilcr in boxes, with good side peices,- Five Precincts to apprise those who raay choose to
,
-. uccommixlaie seven passengers. Gunnowdvr! lead and shot assorted, The Candies to be snailc of good hard 1st.; AtOrroan's store-judges-Tho's. offer to contract for the supply that the
ofler in his bid
7. livery: proposer may Castings: ovens, pots, spiders and and tallow, with; cotton tvicks Russ, Joseph Russ &. John Jackson. beef will be requited to be of the best .
in tHe
4 ,' to make any improvement transportation irons, The Pork, Beans Flour Whiskey, 2nd ; At Simms' stor judgesWa1terDavis. which the market can afford and particular

t,1, ui"! the mail from the terms: invited Tin and crockery ware assorted, Salt and Vinegar,.,must be delivered in C. C. Nichols and Isaac Robinson.3d. attention must be had to the butchering

a either as to the mode of transporting Northern Jan!, hams, strong; and secure barrels}::!, and the Soap ; At Big Pond; judges! ; Green thereof, as a rigid inspection of it will
t it, the speed required, or Use: frequency Mackerel and mess beef in half barrels, (and Candles in strong and secure boxes, Patterson, John G. Smith, and Cornelius always be made.

5 of the trips per week vvhch;; shall re- Shad, No. 1. beef, codfish, &c. &c. &c. of a convenient size for transportation Graham. J Persons offering to contract will make

S i.'eive due consideration. J. JcrL' son jr. The POrk, Whiskey, Flour,&. Vinegar, 4th. ; At Irving's Mill ; judges ; Jolm their proposals in writing, scaled and directed -
_The numbcr ofthe j pnst route shall be in seasoned heart: of white oik: barrels 3. Roberts, Peter Simmons and James to me at this place stating the
I Mated in every bid ami the proposal( must Fcnsacola: June 10th, 1826. the Pork in barrels full hool'_ d Patterson.5th. rate per pound,in a single bid for which

1 be sealed: and directed. to the General The provisions to be inspected at the : Jeremiah Corley's; jlt l 't9 ; they will furni&11/ and they shall be informed .
I'ost Otiice, and end'M-seti l l'.Jpo.as; ." :FOR: SALE. time of delivery,and the contractor to be John[ Lott, Jordan Smith and William ofthe acceptance of their proposals -

Srtrjct attention must be given: to the en- liable! for the ezpeirse of inspecting, and McNeily. ,either by letter from, or on personal
dnrsentcnti8 it is not intended to brvaL ; i'I) (:1:II IE subscriber, Kxeculori I of the last until to
: AU"olt\elkf\e pei>ii!ts, they are safely 6th. DISTRICT ; within the following assigned application me at Cantonment Brooke
ih r seal (Iran)' proposal until the time lorreceiving1 : !: Will and Testament of Francisco delivered at such ntbre-houses as may be limits. liThe boundary lines of on the day above montioned.
I bids shall\ have expired. i ie. Tonard, late of I'ensacHa deceased, oilers designated by the United States' Agent. jadsden county." John Lt.

The Post-Master>> General reserves for sale the following property, belonging The privilege is reserved to the United Four Precincts ; Page,
: .> bm.ctlt the right declaring conract to the Estate ot'the said dedeased viz And.4ut. Com.of Subihtence.
k -c ; any : States of increasing or diminishing the 1st....At Matthew Faints j house-judges
, at an end, whenever one fulure lup- The undivided l1r..ll"of a Tract of Land, quantities to be delivered, one third, on M. Ni i cholson, Thomas Speight and Mat- NOTE-No proposals will be received
iJe.tj. 'vhich amounts to tin loss of a trip. containing giving sixty days! previous notice. thew Fain. after the 31st October, 1826.

:i. "i'Sic: d: ,tunces stated are such as The power is reserved by the Commissary 2d- -At Sharod McCall's house-judge* -- -- 18-18t.

t. te been communicated to ti lii: oilice, ( 4iD & 31IE General of Subsistence, of reducingthe ..-Henry Yonge, Shurod McCailajid Mark Notice,
4 ;\I d SJine of tliein: may be incorrect : on quantities, or dispensing with one Harvey.
iii liiis: subject the contractor must inform Situttcloith 1'ast of ftayou de la or more articles of subsi-stencr, at ill the 3d.-*it Andrew M. Johnston's house.. A t.\ PPLTCATION has been made to the

S hisntcU: *.-TJie Departmt-nt. will not be Truc'.ia'! on the bay of San ?Mary de Gal. posts, at any tinfe befure entering into iudges-..Joseph McBride, Alexander renewal Bank of the of the following United described States for notes the,

Answerable f'r any nl :S1lkc. vez, about, twenty one miles from the colt ract auid this previlege is reserved; Douglass and William II. Ellis. viz
:
; 10. In e'.Ctc s where the mail is City of Pensacola : anil aHOUSE independently\ of that of reducing one- 4th-at the court house.. judges- D.No. 16, payable to Benjamin

ransp.rtedin! tiugetand the present cojiticttjr l--- third, on ping! Vixty day's:: notice previously Archibald Smith sen. Henry Wilder and Morgan, at the Office of Discount

shuli-Lf!i % : underbid! and the uiulcrbi'.lder St LOT to each delivery. But it is' probable Thomas B. Woolen. and Deposit,N. Orleans, dated Phi

sliall l tint have: such stage: propertyra ( that no alteration or re.luct- i will 7th DISTRICT Within the following as. ladelphia 5th April. 1819, 100

mat}' he r.ecevaty for tiie ptT.urut.ince take place previous lo the contracts : signed limits, The boundary lines ot F. No. 1619, payable to Chas. S. .,
I f the cnntiuct, l.t: shall be required toVurchnefrom in the City of Pensacola, fronting or. being made. Leon county." West, at do. date, 1st May, 1825, 100
S th\ .- pre: -nt contractor, ut I .\Ican z Street, said lot containing 52 feel No advances will be made in any case Four Precincts ; H. No. 34, payable to JosephSaul

: :, resi-r.tlc Vrt.nt'.uuthv5holc! : or any front by 80 feet deep and known in the whatever, but puymont will be made onlyoil lsi-Iamonia the house of John Ha- at do. date 10th May 1818, ,100
f thr includinghursckthatmayhe FJun: ofthe City as number 112. evidence being produced at this olc ... ..
S prt ( s.5e. property I vis judges- John Havis: Charles Ponder E. No. 4716, payable to Chas. S.
snitihle for the ?er- The above property will be solii cr.creJIl : jf; the delivery and inspection.It and Keaben Manning.2d.Michasookyat. West at do. date 2d May 1825, 50
: vice make therJ"-;;.' : _cuclcU'ci'lIic!: ..nrchvs money is csjji-rasly understood, that at all
:I'.J payment : I r the house of W. 9749, same, date 4th Oct.
rw"oiiHiile instalment, ** }li'y: ; becomes lo'te pual; in one year and the remainderin the depots and stations tHe salt is to he, Col. 1824, 10

tisie. nr a.-;"..= n..r,i-s mty; _..-:.ree. two year, Payment*" to be secured: received by measurement of thirty-two John William G. Robinson ailey..jud&'es..William and John 1). Edwards.Bailey, A. No. 2542,payable to J. Coney _

S S These terms wMe; muile a conditionn by notes, wiith a mortgage on the pre. (quarts the bushel. Sd-Tallahassee the house of Charles at Philadelphia Jan. 1817, 20'-

; the acceptance of any bid under the mises.: When a bid is accepted, and noticethereof l Pindarjudgrs Van Evour A. No. 1514, payable to 1'. Skip

S t.irluftlie present! contractor; and should Desideno Quina. :Iivelto the person making the John Me Iver and Edmund Doyle.4th at Philadelphia, 1st.Jan. 1817, 20
tne bid! 'refusal or on.his to givefetftfdjityi'gilfftciciit
umiiTbioMer-TMtl to COlUp1rth Pensacola 17th March 1823tf. neglect part -St* Marks..at the house of Jeptha
his! bid:; will Le offered( to the present contractor security within a rea- Gi1b judgesX-Robert I). Jourohtun -s400;
S but should be decline making) *uble )fn>e, to ftc specified by this le- ,
; John Hamlin and Gilbert. -
the proposal 'litotin 'V ant it will then be at the option of Jeptlu *
tlie; contract at thatrate, partoeirt, 8th DISTRICT Within the following The above mentioned notes were enclosed
; assigned -
S will be accepted uncoilII. this to consider the contract
tie umlerbiddur Department limits "The lines of in a letter of instructions, delivered -
,
O Mil seven or eight past, Mr. boundary
years
I forfeited not.
ftiol\2tl1v.; or Alachua to Capt. Andrew Boyd, of the Schooner
:\;, bid shall be withdrawn after Kl'uman Basque of Lancaster Coun- Ifis required that persons making proposals Three county.Precincts Caravan, of New-York, which vessel
bidII h-ve expired tv, Virgima, sant his son John Basque to unknown to this ;
ti.e time for receiving who are Iepartmeat went to sea from this port, on the 17th
1st-at the house of Edward
in of his Uncle M. Wan.
the of care ,
Georgia .
and) should any persjii refuse to State must accompany their bids by letters ton..judges-Oclward M. Wanton John day of Sept. 2825, bound to Jlagped If
after which the Uncle ,
iuJ-r the contract at his bid he shall beheld Mr. Cumliff, removed recommendatory, from gentlemenof Fleming andThomas Bush.2d land, for a Cargo of salt, and not having
State of Alabama 1 1 and the
the
S lesponsible tea the 7cpartmcnt j for to : respectability, who are known to the ..at the house of H. G. [Loner-judges since been heard of it i is supposed perished .
John curne asit is supposedto .
his bd. and thatit youth Basque : All bids unaccompaniedby
d'tflerence between ; Government. at sea.
the -Jarnes Osten and H. G.
since which tidings have Loper.
shall be No Pensacola, no will not be received
the contract : iiittc.011 such letters
Stone &
: hicii IC'cisiol')1 been heard of him by his frieudj in Vir. 3d-at the house of lohn 'G. Rails- Nisbet.
hiC1-4 5:1\11: I be made I .:.n \\"n1wrore Hii desirable that all .proposes made
,! John G. Halls William Pensacola. 27th 1826 138t.
judges- Gibbons May
ginia.If and
the 18th of Octuh'r. L'he as'iigii- be sealed in a separate envelope, -
ulr.i Ba'( uc is livi he will much and Uennet Maxy Dell. '
;
S I th CUCflt ng{ for
S1)fljltCt \\11 lout ? marked "Prosposals furnishing Army A
or : l\.equest
nwnt any : sisters with 9th. DISTBICT Within the
Genera I, shill: ft..fe. t gratifv his by communicating Subsistence." ; followingassigned
fat:the and PstSMa'tCr in all cases here application is xheni'iorirginiaof by giving the Editor of to be made in drafts on the limits, "The boundary Hues of. IF any Gentleman has th: 5rst Volumeof
it- information be.interesting Payment Nassau Niles' which is ,
S. this such as may county. Weekly Register,
the /Jep rtmcnt to tanctinn a: paper Department Washington, or some Atlantic
inudeto
: stated. to her &. any person knowing drafts of Four Precincts ; not his own property, he will confer a
be in
fully city Treasury specie
the must or
terms ,
S transfer f ctintraritir$ or his agent; e n. any thing concerning the abovementioned banks, to the Westward. 1 St.-at Rose' Bluff--judges--James T. favor by leaving: it at. the Pensacola
Should a paying
S
transmission of coannercialiiiformation oh'n Basque, whether living or dead, will Oncil uhtl William Mathews junr. Bookstore-that volume being wantedto
S ', "e in the liii route more conrcr a great favor on his relative! by Gco. ibson. 2d.at the house of D. HiggUibottom complete a_set, the other volumes of

by express iuuil, he shall forfeit Ins i..'. ibJ: Information ot this office.I'cimtola S Com. Gen of Subsittencti2310t. judges .0. Higginbottom., Rigdon Drown which have been left with me far sale.
rapidly than lUc 0 My 2\it 1326. and Lewellen \\\'i1hi:1L \\'. 11ASELL HUNT..
cuntraCt.c ;
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