Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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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 15, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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III. ; (PrincipIa non homine*.) PENS -\.OOLAf:.FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER: t5, '1826. (Open to all parties: influenced"by none.) '. No. 29. !! :
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)ii r---PUL1SRDY -F.V&RY'F tDAY. were always. displayed .to
: :B w. JIASELL HUNT, i possible! advantage There was a & settled down lifeshe had tie, a board of Militia and Army mit the following question \t

'oi/c EDITOR y AND PHQPBTETOII; I peculiar neatness ever remarkedin forgotten that f pU ithcr of ,he law of the United States her dress ; every thing about love ia the first instance are Department, and it will convenein militia ? <'

f t and of the Territory of Florida. her was becoming, (a word which necessary to retain it ; she thoughtas that city in October next. We 2d. Are they organized in strict

SUJlSCRUTloN-Year 3 5 signifies much,) and it was often she had won a husband, it was I also understand that an officer bas conformity to the law of -Congress
I Quarteryeal'Halfyear 1 50 said that Lucy would make a delightful not necessary to practise any of i been detailed for duty in the War ? If they differ-in what ?

Subs ptions payable in advance. wife, she was so smart, so the means by which ,she had won : Department, to take charge of the 3rd. Are the regular or voluu. _
-Every advertisement genteel, and withal so perfectly economical him, to secure his affections. : correspondence connected with teer militia most efficient !
of ADVBRTISIKO the width of one column and measuring -a consideration of vast I had been sitting but a few mi this important subject and under 4th. Is there a preference given
not more than twelve lines of this weight among: the old-fashioned nuted, when Joe'came in, and welcomed the directions of the Secretary to for entering volunteer corps ?

type, first insertion one dollar, each people particularly, though the me in his frank and cordial make preliminary arrangements 5th. Does the establishment of

weekly continuance the fifty cents rate.; longerand Uule young, even in those days, seemed manner, but I saw there was a. to aid the board in the discharge the volunteer militia operate injuriously

wider ones work at, double same price for the disposed to attach rather less consequence cloud on his broYhat he felt of the interesting duty they have on the regular militia ?
and figure
first i insertion. Advertisements will be to it. I hurt. He looked round at the wild been called to perform. 6th. What proportion do the C; .
tastefully displayed, according to the The morning's preparationswere : confusion that reigned in the room, Circular. volunteers bear to the regular mi
aturc of them, and will be measured by succeeded by the evening's : and then at her*.." Lucy," said he i ii WAR DSJPAIITMKIT 7. litia ?
ofthi size type. When inserted and i :I wish would I III 11th 1826, $ ,
matter !$ I gathering mountains that mildly, you put July 7th. Would it promote the e.
is not every
at intervals, (that horizon the in little order I do dislike Sir : Amongst the political
week from the first to the last insertion) : girdled the western ; II things a ; ciency of volunteer corps if they
rural home of farmer Brooks such confusion." Lucy colored maxims which the experience of had the
each insertion will be charged as a new presented power by law of making t t. .,
advertisement"-Amounts for advertis a spectacle that would have and leaving her seat, flirted the people of the United States, by-lawt for their own government :

ing payable always on demand. : made a cold heart warm, and even off in a pc:. Joe looked after her has adopted as unquestionable, ? ,
try Liberal contracts will be made the with age feel young again. The formal as she slammed the door, and gavea there is no one more universally 81 h. Would a classification- of r .
those who wish to advertise by year. ceremonies of fashionable cities that seemed to subscribed to, than that a well organized
Communications, directed to \\'. deep sigh: say the militia be an improvement ;
Hatell( Hunt, Post Master, Pensacola,will had not yet broken in upon the Alas I poor Joe Miller i and frommy I and a well disciplined one to be called the active, the other -
of early custom* and heart I could have respondedit. militia is the natural defence of a .
be duly attended lo. simplicity : the sedentary ?
more than a score of pretty girls, I free people. Uniting- moat sincerelyin 9th. In making the classifica i
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O rri.C.\\L.\ in white, crowned nit h .flower The young couple had set out in common with my fellow.chi. tion, should age, or the single or '.
-- and decorated with fine Joe was zens in:this opinion, I am anxiousto
green sportedon life with prospects. married state, form the distinction .
I for the Pentacola Gazette. the grass before the door, the an industrious, sensible, good see, a system adopted by the ? i
To K. bride herself the midst of them, hearted fellow,as one in hundred, National Legislature, which will 10th. If age, whit- the proper ;
Oh tell me thou'lt love me and my heart each with a gallant at her and Lucy was a sweet girl ; she is realize the hopes of us all, in reference periods ?

shall at the never lot,,which has cast me near side ; the more aged amused themselves ,- still pretty ; but that very habit of to this great arm of national 1 !tb. Would it be an iruprovetment
Repine thee. by crowding the door and carelessness in dress, and mismanagement defence. to issue commissions onlyto

Oh tell me thou'lt love me and that word, windows and looking on the in her house, has lust her By a resolution of Congress at inferior grades, in time of
forever sport, while all within was preparation I a world of pleasure and. satisfac their last session, I am enjoinedto peace ? it so,what should be the t
Shall dispel all my sorrows, though dark : for the wedding supper. tion. And I have beard, it said cause to be prepared a complete highest ?

I they may be. Many an eye then turned and that she and her husband live unhappily system of cavalry tactics and al- 12th. Is not the period of service -.

, Oh tell me thou'lt love me, the love I'll turned again to the young couple, together. also, a system of exercise and VnBtruction for three months only, on one .
return thee, whose hearts and hands were now I -_.. offield artillery, including tour, attended with great sacrifi...
: Like the sweets 'of the rose, when the to be joined indissolubly. She- From Ihs Baltimore American. manoeuvres for light or horse artillery ces of life and treasure, and pro
sun-beam's first kiss, was a beautiful bride, and her' The proprieiy o'f some general for the use of the militia of ductive inefficiency ? -

Hl.S: recaU'd from all her slumber charms; and awakedher young intended husband eyed her understanding, on the subject of the United States : to be reported 13th. If so, to what period

Shall all rise to thee,as my idol of"-bliss. with triumphant look of pride.He a militia system between the State for consideration or adoption by might itbe properly extended ?
loved her because she #as Governments and the General Government Congress at its next session.'I'he 14th. What are the regulationsof
Oh tell me thou'lt love me, no time shall beautiful ; because be thought her has been now more than wisdom of this measure is your State, as to training the f.I it

c'er change me, the prettiest in the village ; because : admitted by all p"rlies-and the made manifest by the objects, militia ?
: But thou.wilt be thee still the adored of myestrange she was young, and lively, enquiries made by the Secretary which are two-fold ; first, the es. 15th. From your experience,
"- she made many an enort to Decoy to t&e Governors brine'Stat'es and _. .. advantageous
2- "1\1 r the best system ; are frequent musters
have cherished shall
The love 1 neverdepart. and tried to and, aeconal", uriU U .nilll ucC ._ ... ,.
put on a care-for- Territories, are founded on this " nobody kind of look ni urm. The importance of the I16th.
o; a a truant idea. Conceive for a moment of
f'" Oh tell me thou'lt love me, and when I glance often strayed towards him, twenty-four different-armies for a last is scarcely inferior tothe Would it be an improve ...

.t: death shall sever i I which plainly told, that even if militia in time of actual service, first ; for who can well appreciatethe ment to confine the instructions to -
:: Two hearts, vhich were link'd by the she did not admire especially his moved by twenty-four different inconveniences resulting fromdifferent I the officers exclusively ?

pure chain of Love; manly form, and frank and leaders under different rules systems in the same army 17th. Is die system of infantry 1 .
open and
)Iy spirit, to guard thee, around thee. t
shall hover, manner, she at I least loved him because regulations, having BO unity in the militia differing amongst tactics directed by law, universally '
ne'er in the realms he loved her. themselves as also with the regular 1 pursued ?
'Till we join, part, common, different privileges, wa- j f'
toyc. When the all important hourhad ges and discipline. Let this unruly army, with which they may be 18th. What system of exercise ,
L. at length arrived the be called to act ; & yet it is, I believe and instruction of artillery have '
r __ 1_ ____ .. young mass led against the common :bo true that but little uniformity
people were cauea in, aua the war. enemy, & does it require the you practised or followed ; what "
: JllSCELL. Jr tby Squire, putting on his spectacles gift of foresight to anticipate the prevails ; if practicable this defect are its effects and remedies ? ;

performed the ceremony with r sullVe are prepared maintain must be removed. I9tb. What system of cavalry ,''
From the Trenton Emporium. all the gravity imaginable, and this hypothesis in extenso, I am duly sensible how difficultit tactics have you adopted ? what.

The Wedding.It with_a dexterity and promptness, that it is better to abolish the militia is to establish a uniform sys are its defects and remedies ?

.. was a fresh and balmy morning withal, that was doubtless sharp. system altogether, than not to tem. The difference of condition, As from some of the States and .:
, in the delightful month uf May, ened by the savory smell ()sundry have that system under the discipline physical and moral, in the different I Territories returns of the militia '

,: and nature seemed to have forgotten roasted ducks and turkeys, which general regulations. To States, and the preferences I hvc not been made, the first of

the ravages of winter, and came cheeringly from the adjoin- what extent these general regulations I which each has for tha, which these queries became necessary. in
smiled like a bride, decora- : from time have been :t general letter.
young ing apartment ; the pretty bride should be carried is quite they accustomed {
ted in the bloom of youth and and her chosen consort, were pro : another question dependent, as to, present serious: obstacles Although the training of the I

beauty, and waiting to welcomethe nounced man and wife ; their every thing else is, on circumstances to a homogeneous system militia is confided to the States <

embrace summer.-The meadows hands and lips were joined ; and on the naturt of the ground, throughout all the States, yet I it is important that their regulations t'
were with luxuriant would fain insurmountable. in this particular, should be. '
gay verdure the mutual promises extorted on a redundant or sparse population hope not .j
the flowers hailed the genial without known at this Department, and it I
:. any unnecessary circumlocution and on others which it would .- - _.
influence of the reviving season, no faining, no tears, be needless lo enumerate in detail. Ml our national institutions, will be attended with good effects, ;.
- and loaded the air with that the of each should be
sweets ; no whimpering, u glorious kissing To bring to the aid of the regular and much of our legislation, are
:': and theyoung birds, participating followed, and then forthwiththe army, while fighting our battles founded in that mutual spirit of known by all the States. r

;;:: in the general joy, mingled their I supper, as important a 'mat and warring for our firesides and deference and forbearance, which If any. thing suggests itself )t'" .
songs with the voice of the gentle 1 ter, in the estimation of the cool altars, all the disposable force in have so signally distinguished the worthy communication, though .:

I zephyrs. But the beauty, of nature and calculating! among the compa- our power-this is the duty of the people of these States, and there not called for by any particular
: question it will be .
was forgotten ; the songs of pany, as any other.i i militia ; and what greater advan. fore one may indulge the hope, highly accept-

.r. the birds unheard ; for Lucy I shall!! leave them there for the tage can we at such seasons yield' that, in an object of such vital importance able.As "
Brooks was to be married that in your State,. I doubt not,,
I: dare follow! well militia
present ; never much to a common and invading enemy, asa regulated
day and every head in Alesburywas : farther the course of things on than the want of harmony and minor objections will be sacrirficqd you have many information citizens unknown -
to whose and
me <
full of the important subject. I such occasions; and at a single concert amongst ourselves. The to the attainment of so greata ex
would be
perience valuable
The girls, in merry groupei, period to the itself very
pass counterpart of question resolves ultimatelyinto good.
I have far
presumed so on your t :
might be seen at every;porch, discussing :he
soI'Y. this shall firesides be
our To; enable me to execute the duty goodness as to ask you to direct. -
the various items of arrangement I rode, a year afterwards, by a defended ? Uniformity' on this assigned me by Congress, it is and forward the enclosed letters tc) f.
P' and making their combined prettily situated farm-house, half subject is every thing. To make most desirable that I should acquire persons o that description. "

preparations for the: scene, secluded from view by a cluster: of this case the plainer_ let us men all the_ information D_ within I .have to.beg _your earliest a2* "
r forgetful the hour of dinner ; venerable oaks ; it was the resi tion an anecdote derived from the my reach, and while so doing, the tention to this subject, as a Board
and here and there a straggling dence of Lucy and her husband, battle of Lake Erie. When Commodore opportunity seems a seasonable will be immediately convened to : -

,/ gallant reconnoitred the ground, and the strong propensity I felt to Perry took command of one, to ascertain the different systems perform the specific duties assign. ;

to see, how things were going for see my old friend induced me to the vessel, led into action by both organization and instruction ed me. To this Boatd' I shall unite -
ward ; celled for a favorite fair call a moment. 1 found her in Captain Elliott, and dashed so intrepidly which prevail in each one or more militia officers. .

one a bunch of pretty flowers, to the midst of business, though not as be did through the State ; and also the defects and I have further to request that

decorate her hair. It seemed as busy ; she was a wife now, and en myJs line of battle, the latter remedies which observation and the correspondence which may be

though all the world fancies of I she had fallen into that most fatal officer gallantly tendered his icr i judgment may have suggested ; addressed to me, on these subjects !

. happiness, was that morning su'm- error, carelessness cf appearance.The vices, and to bring the lake militia that, by a comparison, a system may be endorsed "Militia Ser
I ned up in the glorious thought: of floor was strewed with rub. I the gun-boats, .into action,- may be extracted which will most "
out-rivalling in gaiety the gayest. biih ; every thing was out of each of whicH, under the' 'command probably unite the greatest number vice.With the greatest consideration

The bride-a pretty girl of seventeen place, and she appeared perfectly of its own officer,was firingat in its favor ; which aystem; i and respect, I have the honour to

proud of the noise and bus- slovenly in her person: and whenI random. Captain Elliott gave when matured, will be submitted be, your most. obedient servant.'

tle she was making in the village gazed-on her I could not but recall immediate orders for the .gun to the wisdom of Congress, who James Barbo r. ,
her fine wedding dress all ready; to mind the pretty, neat, boats to cease firing and to follow have had for several sessions this e- ; -

aDd a bride's-maid at her nod, sprightly'girl that won Joe Mil! his barge. This they ,did, and he interesting subject under consideration I From the Baltimore A-nenean.' ''

perectIYlatisficd with herself and ler's atfcclibns, and contrast her dropped them und '".the enemy's and who arc alone competent Remedy for the ejpcct* of dram.

with every body else, waited with I appearance with the name pretty I sterns: by which means they rak- to apply :some of the remedies drinking.-Whoever makes the
little apparent anxiety for time to girl, now Joe Miller's wife. She ed the British vessels 'fore and z>flat requited ; a portion of the control attempt to abandon spirit drink?

orit 5 the appointed hour. The was but a year older, yet ten years every discharge..-ThiV one over this subject being retained ing, will find from time to time, "
I, Bright dreams of a holiday life less attractive. I would have event that de.cided"'he' fate. of that'' to the Slates. It is with this view a rankling in "the stomach;, with a z

were all before her. given my eyes to have kissed her glorious day. I that I address you, as also the sensation sinking, coldness, and :
Lucy had alwaysbeen more once, but the enchantment was In relation to this important :I Governnor of each of the States inexpressible .nxiety. This may

lHn one account, the adminttiouof gone. I wonder if her husband subject, we learn-from Washington and Territories, and such dist ..- be relieved by taking, often a cup-

the gay ones of the village.; She thought so too. that in order to carry into effect gui&hcd ctiizeutt known to'me, full of an infusion. of cloves, made -
'vas of a ligh, airy form, und the I said Lucy had fallen into sad the specific resolution! of Con. from .whose experience I. expectto by.sleeping about 'an ounce of

fIe Pt'Opoltjonsofhcr person, and error, and she is nolfhe only one gress, requiring S1 tem of- ca- derive-much. valuable.... Lcibrmaion. them in a iut of boiling water
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Uc- attractive. beauty of hsrx: face, ;which has fallen. into the same. .I"'airy and "rtillery-excrtie-. be ( for six hours, and" .then straining
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'Jent"langopr.' nt!j! debility, an objection to the existing slate of r acts every themselves session. Look at tbe these are entitled to great weightand greatest portion of the,time
t uUnc t.d, ,, batoihe rascarllla -the) have notfttsr consideration. The opinions baa there
c! Judiciary, connccietl witband -
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:. : ark,(1i ing al kuRt bruised in' arliiog out otthe'ruauncrin' which 'knew Although generally I expressed.inktterawhich i have, bt &thOU.a raworaWC.. tbib1* ,,

; .1 mortar) ahnpjci he' added -10 the, justice is _done, in ,the... Superior tilieir Mdejo t4effect.from the lime bithey seen occasionally published IUJD' Wit. -.1a! Mi4!i -). :
lufuslun. Tuis mixturv pftsSgt, have not,u. ual-! 10 overlook them and are -given 'IgII.
trkun intne Court.: ,
If she
I. : your demand vbe murethau I ty bcn, published until six I might:,>M4 iw, hae fee*.
quanity: abore' three months aa though oar habor was unka9and ,- '
ipecilu-d, one hundred: dollars, TOOt after. Conies have aged oat:aliSost at.say than
tinica a thy will be found a use- su of course in the Superior !t ut to the then beea yet a matter for speculation I with a .iteataboat, .which.comia or
: be
: 1ul strcns-*' hcner of Qo'uuty Clerks, Sheriffs, The writers of such productions .
!hr aiotnaLh
ouji. Say then that right nd so..constructed". aa ta
Magistrates iuphly
r :-nd! bowels! ; in some instances innocent the -of .
vitn tht-y li_vc fcrenb to !.ue'accrues in Mar, you necessarily the I although on score useful in defending the Sjoandjahe
!,orderid b)' frequent excess .nd l wait until November, before Magistrate until nine has not rec ivctl.Jheni intention, certainly risque more. could to veittea.to wed "'without

ntoxication.C. I \ou can gs: : a judgment. But :hrujdiviuualjnnu their mouthsafter than_ would .bt dictated by prudence ;. any delay. :'By SBcbamageraeau
: making. During the three
I I sound discretion. The I
or a
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as these
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acts such every difficulty
I remaining months" !
QJU.M these letter written from 'this
u."elL'"i.1'/O.\.S. r..iLlf'45 to make: it necessary to 1.ofi-cers .place to be,obviated- and eftaalitillg
110.!! __. become acquainted with
._ Baltimore, I am induced to think that
him I they into
sue generally
For Pn&mOi4 (ra ttle.: cuaits:: I'some of '-h se laws-but -what can ; pntm
OUR JUDICIARY Court .with some rxcus fur haingahe %- the know was entirely premature; -.1'110'1- plan dc.trqittinpl4jg i
.. : NO. Ill.:. people of them; before : it mteu_
tempt presumed: could -hatebeen.aside'at
Political Guvermhent u the-ofT- .i i irial putot, ind "thtlighi-i the> arc, 3gfjo. baogetf. '- I is ao much jiiagroved, that they

Spring of human weakness ard human rsi excuse has been her" usuu'.iy: Now let UA assume the ease, of'I date oatfee part tb*$of.period Commodore! .of:,its draw muck TfiaT W.t 1 ..forithesamtf'ndmbcr

depravity. In :.tie iI,Htilcatate deemed suE ciellt. so that;: you the Native 'Fioridiari. A citizen of guu \ and* are
of society,the ztrong-arru of are postponed at least a year, and in 18:2 owns 3000 of land Warringtoo, to.leave our'harbor.Admitting ', elzcbstite.cf.ou.r euu.A, \wdared te.the
acres '
that be"
has been "
the robber oftentimes two, In ready b rbo;. '."' "[ *
tbe .
despoiled: peaceful years. etery worth a dollar acr'he in
ger runs for the last few
daya to take bit -I'
nay-farer of his treasure or the commercial community, credit, is debt fifty dollars-sickness : do not pretend that.the .bar.
ruthless votar of Bachu* snatched; which is the life of business, must bad markets or ,unfavorable sea, detained departure, yet-he may have beta bor of Pensacola equal to Boa.

the wine cupvfro n the lips of weak' depend more or less upon the sons deprive him of the ability to by the of-"unsettled the andmenacing ton-, New.- -- York o'r Gosport, but I

ness aDd disease. The rapacity of promptness with which payment pay his land is sold on an execution creating apprehensions aspect of weather, believe it will be pr0noBncedby:
the idle and the dlsolutt'1':1& no n.ay be coerced, whenever it is for two thirds of its value, the an equinoctial good jvdges, to be inferior toB6n6
in (
gale or oi
longer restrained withheld beyond the time consequence other, in point of imporlance.
than !ur.nl; the agreed fifty dollars with twenty five dollars unusual well I
the bar
careful husbandman had gathered upon by the parties; and yet here a costs is paid, aad 1925 dollars !. on occasioned :'And there: is one-principle"Ter,
by an wind which
his flecks and (us fruit, and,GodV' creditor may be utterly ruined, not returned to him. .But suppose has been easterly for i which I shall contend! without tbe-

curse upon original sin Cell' with o wing to any want 6f energy in the the debt -be cot paid until and blowing which iO or 15 das fear uf coDtradtcljon, that 23 or 2feet '

accumulated: bitterness, for not e- law l but purely to the malorganization j8]3, the Jaw' a changed so that past such, result.generally Under produces water on our bar, is as good
-vrn could man, in pence, eat the of our .Courts. the land sells for what it will circumstances such and available as in any other harbor .
bread To conclude these although the.Cora, of the v United States Notwithstanding
produced by the sweat of hasty numbers fetch ; a keen Sheriff and a manag- modore might have believed --
his brow. To.curb the strong, to I would recommend hat the ing Plaintiff will sell the,land for could he .what, has been said

restrain the rapacious, to protect. next.Council l eUablish .a Circuit! barely enough to pay the debt. If bably! get no out necessity; yet, there for was pro>> and writfenln relation to the detention .'

the weak and to punish the wicked -: Court;laying off the Territory. into the debt remain unpaid untill the least Jncuniflg of the Constellation"nooae
it was found necessary toin- cither two or three Circuits. '''Re'I I 1B24, the law* is agaia changed risque on .the .occasioj who ia well acquainted with'

a'.hute. Governments and to enact quire a Court to be held in each of the suit,.roust be brought before a I individuals withstanding take the ai&cniaG?*' the bar,ever enterts4n4.ai,doubt'
Jaws. It these be the cbjecis of the populous-counties every three eingle _magistrate, whose execu- about the Commooea.iateflhioa the.liberty making of :her being enabled, to. get :oat

Civil Governments, how trancentlamly months or every four months.and tiouttvYll note touch land,.the. Debt it is \RTiih U,little difficulty.as.kf''c sie -
in the lesb to be presumed he into. :the, '
superior eyery other station -I populous Counties eye- or'is thrown into prjton and can his port same vjttethat. .
r is that 4heJadge, whose ry six months. Vest the Circuit only rclieye.him'selCnf giving* keeps own secrets.- H .ia.t.r. brought her hfj'wUl ctrtalaly lakfi.. .

::1 duty it is not only to enforc, but : Court with jurisdiction. of all civil to hisscreditor. all his property up, imagine ly a military is made man, and no one. I : her out. Wentlie 9rfltl g.usjBrat
also to interpret the laws. The : causes, where more than thirty ormore personal or real.,-. his acquainted entered our iurborf she (found it

importaice. of the exercise of his ,t than fifty dollars! is in dispute ThDeTeudt'can learn these "contemplated movements; is aaid,by rough castof the lead>
and with criminal : yet they ae sometimes spoken of 24'feeton the-oar and
jurisdiction ,
luncuonshlncreasesJn an inverse several changes, no faster than he with confidence.v bicb tbc'Hornett
ratio, with the ignorance and car- in all cases no;' capital. Give is taught:Jhtra in a'Court of jus- ly be a warranted could on when she, brought it he'.Commissioners
lessees the on the .part oC had '
of.the law-making Judges one thousand dollars tict,apd.t .ere be sometimes -- BDwardi.of that
power. meets
; JLf ignorant himself he oftentimes per annum, with the privilege now with blundering: ttIchtrl.Vbat loose bureau.wjjo nave access to bis private quantity. This too, 1 ami8f'orm.: .:

t interprets the. law to mean what enjoyed by the judges the County is the remedy ?? Laws must be ed, is not a very rare circumstance

{ the Legislature nerer thought Courts, of practising in the Super made by honest men and by .men -I should very much regret to 'lha.leaJOD f.the >ear;-whea

t: -gives impunity ;o crime and inflicts or iourt. 'If the enquiry .be of understanding. Do vou em. see a npirit.of bostiiiiy manifested the tides have been influenced for

. punishment: upon innocence. made!, how are we to pay the f ploy the, blacksmith! to rnendyour" from any quarter towards Pensacolayfc seireral-djtys by a favorable -wind ,_

f .The Legislature[ it is true, may Judges ? I answer, that at the close''watch or I he hawk to guard l its claims patronage incorrectly As additional evidence upon this :
law of the present we shall have your appreciated. The extracts subject it is a fact that in >ioveraber
pass a new but the .people year ,have no guarantee against a recurrence in our Treasury upwards ofh!i, send men, that you have long you have given from the diplomatic ,1759,.the Spanish frigate' .

of the evil. In tbe ear- S IOO(){) and how otherwise can't|: ]known to be honest, upright_ and correspondence of ,Dun Onis Syrene 2 guns,and *drawing 22_ ,.

Her stages of society it may have this money be disposed ,of?* i intelligent. if you wish to con- withMr.. Adams, cODciusiYelyattelt..lhe .,;frt. watef.- In 1805, the Spanish. .

;; : bern diSerent.!. .:The.simpliciiy of T here. exists at present no object tz uuethe present system, select value and importance of i'rigate Pomona, 36 guns, drawing: '

i tne laws, wbich it was then found of public, expenditure not Already the.upstarts of a faction. the -station. .Indeed, the testimony 21 feet vicer-Jn October:fc No-' .

: necessary to. enact, probably here provided for. The'Capitol is tot A New Floridian. .as presented appears to be ir- vepber 1814, the British 'frigafe '

an exact proportion: u> the simplicity >? built oat of the funds arising .. resistable in identifying this placeas Sea Horse, 44 guns, drawing .21 .

of the times, and their execution front the sale of the Lots of Tallahassee .. the Key to the Gulf of Mexico. In: .Dlller & In February isis: ,

was os.sii ple as the laws as the faith of the Territo' For the Peruacola Gazette. But were-1 for the sake of argument he British frigate Cydnos, 52aunM .
t 7r .lMJJ.QIDl.pFPENSACOU... to concede evcrv thiacutkat. $ r-t"Mtinf if ;;*
themselves. In this t' yispIedjjdio approprbUf* h nf +* 'mn iV-i -
it- *
. thing* our c.uiiuty' Courts would vAjjcci anu tuey some .interest, *youV observations harbor, it requires but,a moment.* periods Ujok Uelr. epa -r m peTrect'safety. .
will be amply sufficient cur this in the last P naa .p1a Gazette upon reflection to. see, that the fitral WbatkasbeeodoaebyBritish .. ..
nave bteo
lOot the
amis out,
) ; by it believed that the interest 'and ; it is. "'.. .
\. influence GfCftUneTCe. ar.d the object, ts the subject qf oj r harbor.. The results could not materially panistnressers .
of the Territory by no j The ,truth ,its and it primed naay. '.be:4unc.hy: our
b 2Lrt3, and by 4tre diffuiiori of intelligence L letter which was written from this changed. : ; : !
jurisprudence has be- means requires that any other place, to a correspondent in Balti- cannot be concealed, that a Navy .own, and with is lithe detentioQ.; :,

come perhaps: the : difficult fund f bezpplitd to the erection or. ] :nore, the contents'of which you Yard and Depot are indispensable, -p ,Furlherthe ;.reports oiP the
and complicated of all the sci completion of the Capitol.Minrcr hate been pleased to notice, contained on, or .contiguous to, the.Gulf of I physician5-onbord the Conateili'tion .

ences. If w
let our retrogradatiou be uniform the rritory.-EJitor. opinion, without any design to in- and southwestern ;Stiles are proveVbeyeifii reach -of'auea- .

: and consist Let us tear down a.-. j jure' the', prospects of Pensacola, deeply interested its establishment. ti08. that /be.p1 ce _-sfrlected.iarheaftby !
our printing-offices, burn our or serve the City of Baltimore, These sections..f the.Union ,jdtlKugb'it maybe more
For the Penttcola Gazette. _
Looks, bid udiru to commerce and Mr. Editor.-A writer in the where aq effort,is making to have have no objection, if necessary, ta exposed 40 malignant disease- than .
have Yard at Baltimore,. some .rethen*iUiatioBa flb .:tT Di-
The a Navy Yard _established. Although
arts, paint our skins and deE ast Flotida Herald of Aug. 8th,
petiL fur subsistence on the chace ; has made some judicious remarks there are a half dozen Navy and to see the public funds, to I ted States. In consequence' olin .
which have contributed their I establishment:here for Daval -
but Yards' to: the Northward, withina they purposes
bo long avwe hare the State of that District '
govern-n political :' .
roeut of intelligence and law,letus which are equally applicableto few hundred miles of each other ; proportion, eocpended-upon a half: the service of the Wfejt Indies -. ," '
leave ne"t-aiary"it is desirable dozen or more-one at almost every is rendered much less 'peri
not a single liuk out of the whole country. A public yet very I
the chain of social life, whilst we i investigation of the subject cano to see the wishes of Baltimore principal city on the --Atlantic bus thin: formerly, and there it. ..

have it in our power to supply it. d no harm and may possibly leadto accomplished; .but it should not I sea-board ; but they will expect.in, ,a lessexpenditurt of both bjopd

The two last, objection*,' which a remedy. :be done at the expense of Pensaco return, that,the commerce of the .and"treasureOur vessels are .
% : Gulf will be protected by expenditures not.under the necessity 6f jrjjaj J.t twg. -
t present themselves] to my mind, I have seen no part of Florida I la. :That the t wo places not ,-

against the existing state of our where a man, with health and industry conflict interest, .mult be evi of a similar description. unhealthy ports, bat are 'providedwith .._'\
.Judiciary: rc aie,.first to the Justices may not make*'a good living denton the slightest reflection, Their claims upon the Treasury a aafe,'convenient, Jc- htaltfaf. .

of ale Peace and secondly to i and theXJeneral. Government nor da,I believe that-such consideration give them right to demand it,, resort, whenever they aay'beasjailed .

the Superior .Courts. The Justicrt have certainly thus far granted us ,-ever gavrise- any o- and they will not be disappointed, .by diieu2.1ta- .. '.., ._. .. .
Peace pinion,which has been expressed, because it is a measure imperative want of supplies ; It appears toto .
may a( pen try nearly all we have asked of them : ,' _.
til causes arising ejf contructu, in Our misfortunes then are the workof in relation .to the fitness of this ly recommended by our common I me; be paripolictheai'lo ei :

ivhich not more ttian one hundred our own hand. If we run in placer r a'Naity Yat 'ind\ Depo interests. Upon its efficient prosecution teed to PensacoUi every reasana- ..

dollars; is involve d. -10It'of the debt, we must pay-ire cannot eat Whilst I (re'elfacquit everyone the commerce of the ble patronage. .. Thus course'!is .

gentlemen, who fill the office of our cake and still nave our cake.. of unfriendly designs, in,.the pub whole valley of the Mississippi depends not. only recommended by tbe e :

Justice iq the Territory, and certainly Every delay, after tbe lime agreed lication oftheir opinion., it really for its protection. This isting interests of every sectiqa of:. .

those *ho., fill it.best and I I OR for payment, is a breachof presents itself as a little extraordinary constitutes greater part of the the Union, but by those of posieri; _

most ably, may be found to hold faith add moral obligation l and 1 to my understanding, that trade of the Gulf the total rf ty. -
it which, in value, I believe is equal I Lawrence. ..
not so much because it is profitable a Legislature hare-no more right any deference should exist touching
S to ttifmseliva, as because to make laws.cfo&yinjr the time of the Character and facilities to about two thirds of the exports .

their services.are-useful to others. payment than shortening it; Either our)harbor. The facts are so well I. of the native products 6f the United 1PII1"ACfI.. tbA8' .

Instances daily occur, in which, would be a breach of the constitution eitablished.That those, who will States. But this is not the only .-'

fsr the purpose of bringing .about eitner would iM/ioir the takethe trouble to investigate, : consideration., The intercourse FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER U.. 1326.Veritt :

an adjustment Of disputes, these obligation of contract*. But the cannot fail to arrive at the same I between the North and South, *an.:tievr. .
gentlemen surrender claim tocompenlai same law should govern the ,making result. Pensacola was founded by : which is growing every day into .- -I-- : ".' .
'u. How greatly and the fulfilment: of the con the Spaniards in 1699, and it is vast importance, demands security By the politeness Cpt. CassuTofthe : ,

I .vonld the labors of this in,al &iI tract, and'that law should be passing strange, if after the lapse in time of war, as well as from Schr.of Vent Gnmpus tfrus,we papers baycjUltrcctiTed'files to tile ISm ., -

I ble class of olficers be lightened, if known.. Now then, let us examine of upwards of two centuries, we the buceanneers of Cuba and Porto August, bat have not yet bad an opportunity

at part of the.power, which they our misfortunes. should yet be ignorant of the depth Rico, which can only be obtained to examine them. :

'are now appointed ,exercise, Our laws.-are bad, they are often of water on the bar and the character (rom such an establishment as '
were disposed of to .a Circtiitf changed and .are never known. of the vessels which can be the one proposed. When this view ,N 17Gl.-Qn _Wednesday Ust, .at*12

r f Court. I: is true thai thejpresem How has this happened lOur: assured of ingress and egress at of the subject is. presented, it is o'clock, the broad (C&XL'WAXiffeTOsr .
yOUDwty Court may exercise this Legislators,have been selected by different seasons. of the ,eZar. The idle to oppose the location of Ii CmuteUatitn tt&s to: the SUp fronStheWfae&tvetftotb'latter ..

1: power concnrreoilj, with the-JusI II an individual, to suit the purposes harbor:has heeo repeatedly survey. Yard and Depot at Pensa ola. vessel sailed !tab Port-yesterday

.. I, .' tices of the Peace, but, for *be I I of a Junto, or Nucleous as they ed, and delineated upon! charts, The demonstration is clear, that. for_.NoHblk-rCapU_ ..JgaoJ- j_*l'tb* ,-:
reasons stated both by Jr.rencn, tintish such an.establishment is indispensably Constellation bcin. left ia coa !" F-' ..
already the suitort term themselves, fhese-Legisla- the'Spanish.Ji :
I .', "will not .Bfifj&fnJ&S) <$j) authorities, un- necessary ; and .it ia equally. the Sauadrou. WeuntolthMUcut' '-..- ,.
resort to the. County tars have been wholly unac.quaicl, > Conxi't..4. j. Caspbellh* i' c iTedIh.Y. ._ n .,
tier wtibtfc jurisdiction it has alternately co, that there is no shuat o Jso th .'-'
Beside the of
t Justices ottb ed with ihe great systems jurisprudence -, of absence and that UojttbanWCinf'
: t- Peace innoi in all cases .afford a adopted by other nations passed. and what is very : of the Chesapeake, as well fitted 'mitrhcm takes: command of theNaval. .
1 all'concur in I for the for which it is Station this Lieut Com. Cow .
complete remedy. .Thus, an execution or the neighboring Slates ; wholly 'remarkable: laying purposes at port. ; ',.
; issued by a Justice of the unacquainted with application d&vii life"ar, and the depth of water intended. it is true', that the people !having also received leave of absence:$ .. .'. ,-
succeUed in 'the command ufthe Grasf"
I peace, caanot be satisfied out oi I.I of las to the common principles! upon>> it, wALkout variation, at are poor,-the town much de.cayed.iudifferent pv_.by Lieut.Lat&aert late of tbe Cwtcl- -

I :he real estate of the Debtoi. A of moral justice !between man and ebb aid flodtide, when it is not accommodation .lotion ; ,- .

man may possess as many acres man. The most of thom doubtless influenced by the prevailing winds. and many privations be .-.' 4' '

: of land, as are owned by the most wished to do :right acd what All! this information; is in the possession encountered ; but it ii no less a The Montgomery Ala. Journal of 1st '_'-.. -.

ctvcnturous! official speculator in could they do, but ask or take the of .taY_ Navy Department good b'ar bore It it also true, that I inst.'informs us.that a billiou remittentand ..
Cbc Gpvernhieni, and it at this! port in its present condition .I intermittent fever had made Jametf .
toe Territory, and his shoemaker, advice of the nucleous which sur. and upon ;...
its vicinity
that :
in town
.. his tailor, or his baker can:, get rounded themThusour Laws as wdl ai- actual examinations. with scarcely any of the I.for table the ravages two previous months.; but that ,. .

no suiisfaciion ol lu,.dibt, unless a have been made to sei ve particular three fnUgUtcne'Ulndividual*, specially ordinary facilities, a concurrenceof the fever bad cyer'suumCd& malignant' .. .; i'

\ the lordly proprietor has iucau-f purposes and particular .mea.They -deputed as Commissioners, wind and 'tide is necessary to type and was then departing.: ,":- .
' Yard and enable vessels to enter and depart. Mobile of 29th ulu itatw
tiuu have selected ii us a. -la'y The Register
sly permitted i ito'cccumulate must necessarily injured
a subject of so Since the arrival of the Constellation ,that 'the sickness which r bad renilcdthere : :'.=:1
Cpon \
t3: :he of the Public. The ure bad laws Dspot .
I amount mure tiuu our ) to haw subsided almost :' '. '
< 'such facts as I have oo doubt, that for the appears \
much magnliyde, .
huudrcd 'JJ1lsr and most of ititrm have beco chang- .
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health et th t'mipteab L
andthattbe I NOTICE.

S ',)w jcaree1J" Wen ecb.'bnc .>: ta1g; ; iVuhL Stone .7 .,[ RAT10"VOf-; q. .. .. .. 'IiQ)(? '& L mbe'rWa: nte'd.I
'* t' .. I.1 ...
.l tr 1'er.for 4 *,. > In Attachment. Stone and Tim i ", 'ante\l.\ -
( ep1tc s on .' ... "f "
\ we COD q EtTord-Jones. *> .
\ r 3 / 'Nt.; '
the rctum of' c. \ w!'ta}!. lI\ p PQD' case, suit Has been commenced :I Jravy Jgeiu'e Office, : .: '
11baants of INtthis }
unitY Of-. '*tinir,ThI 1te attachment levied on 70 head PenacolaMft. 1, 11p6. s J"_ \ ;

this, liityhss'e'l'CalOt?'\u'.Se.n1lru'ldeu. ofPenS&COttl.thu. '_,for of stock cattle,at Jonathan Dearman's, as SEALED Proposals will bq received .
unjC1 rruptcdbe.1t the of the'said defendant. *until 1st.- '
the property 1 1le72Baco14f
Fir we, .v.e.biet entirely free next for Navy ,t'B.qjice 1 ,
and ti&ve had : .4. ,Gordon the supply of the following materials ,: ., .,
Ky prevailing dfccase to build : .
& wharf the Navy
'from a at 1tSt.1826.
I :S
; ,. y'little sickness to complain of duringhe r. : .. Plaintiff* Attorney.Tensacola Yard TIXS ..,. ,. -. : !

whole summer. Sept 10th 1826 -29-& I 105,468 CM We feet oftunQer of the ftL .. .
be received
the above we )ive re. I lond3mn.j.jj EALEn Proposals will at my oBceuntiUtt October nezt, for the _
Sjnce the writing Hwile Commercial fligTsicr0fthSth ; .AN ORDINANCE. i 1218 tegs aOfcttlo'ngaM h supply of the following- materials, 'to build 'a- 'commandanft' bou e, black :

eiycd i ipgt.Jn-.which- deaths by.p.iJi&flt ForXhe'better inches square., ,..,AH *i r.13" by.4*/, I amit '.shop and mast house, at the'Navy Yard,.yia.. .' :. .
and buTous fevers are reported regulation oflhe.Po'tic 1228 do ;' .
k cndinfb. '. I>t ..- 9fthc 'Ci/jj ofPfntatokrs 2afcettofiky. iba:. l3 by 14 5GO,000 brick 9 inches; long, 41 do. wide, 2| do. thick and of tlie, first,quality i .
', !ncke.square. .' .. .
.f0rthcwc t .. J.r. .e .s r
". 0 a. --.' .., ......- .;. B eit frtfainca, by the Board tAider* i 576 !.o.. 21 feet long, and 13 "by 14 \ : ;1 I. .e flIqJ1kbgfisidjb :; ;
.'frith *f Cifl01'\*; the last three rsei.eftA City of Pentacela. .. That -any : nches square. / ..., '. .
(cur weeks the Cotton ltI.nrka\ has perton or person found'm th *City,.without I S,8.i2 Pef:sne%t :'.uilDllle for deI 22 Pieces Timber :. I : 2818' ;a .

'of completely ttja: stand. -a"few 'bun-' any visible and honest occupation, of I construction, of a tubUantial and durA le'IlJharf. 22 do. i .. J'. z.28 18' 12 j : ,

dred seen bales are laying In store unsold, means subsistence, shall be held and ... ;. 22 do. : .. s 29 '16. g

-the planters: being unwilling to accept considered and as vuch as may'Vagabonds be condemned and Vagrants by the; All the logs of 30 feet in length, must' 11 do. ': : 15 18.g .' .. .

cttttcnt rates Mayor to-labor on the public streets or be of Cypress,*nd.- it ,would grealypreferred' 22 ., do. 30 Ct. Ig.. '9 IB. thick 11 1*. ." .
A small sale of merely fan quality was works i. Ifthe whole of the timber could wide running to 9. iaeh'e& .-
few dav since at 8 cents. be obtained of: that If l
effected a (; description". C/- :
22 do. 't 9.T11'
f. Havre, July ".VIA Cottons are very P. Alba, press cannot be prociifed... the whole, or J .12 .. ,
Ml at from 20 to 21 sous, stock this day President. a part of the 'bal 'n ::et muat be gotten do.'l : : 18 9 9 .
t SOOOba1eS.: .''Passed. 9th September 1826 : out of the heart Yellow Pine. It iriusl 8. do. : : l' 9 'I

,, July 22n< -This has bee a. ft G, R. A.Bicketts/ be free from all defects, particularly 84 do. : : 11 9.7. 4-,

f.' dteadfUflrIiR week in cotton and pfi- Secretary. wind 'shakes, large knots and sap ; to be 13 ',d o. : : 18. 4 .' (
.' 1.4<1. lb. lower. Up- nicely] and exactly bewJ, and out of "
rtquoted per Approved 9th Sept mb.eI'.I 826. wind. 3 do. : ;\ 12 9. 4 i''
J ndsoldat5idlo6d.( ._ John Jerrison The stone to-be tof .2 do.. : : 16 g" 4
the best qtIUtV
"jo/fifnore: .dugud' 21! .:.-Upland, fair .
l\ cents;-.J..ouisiana 13 a 14 .,. 'Mayor that can be.procured lea this section of _2.'. do. : : ; 96 6 \ .

Quality Pdtrburs.rlg'U" 22*-Sales were Pcnsacola, Sept. 15,:18W-29-3t. country; and to be bedeFiv'ered a size'and 3 do. : I :; 12l 5 ..
shape most convenient.and.desirable for, ... .,, ,
madeycsterday at cents 4 : FOR SALE. 1 .:do. : : 1412 5
the for which i.i is
22ra .AVw York, .i 'ji/tf '- 9 do. .: : 4415 8
all Alabama 10A a 124 ; .New Or. AU the above articles are to be delivered '
10 ; 9 do. : 16 18 a
Itns 11 al4 ;' Upland 10 a 12k.SavGiuLa1 A 11 SE. at the Navy Yard Penkacola. Te : .
-"C"!!!,': 26th.-Upland isflb8a : time delivery will be fixed in the contracts 18 do. 28 ft. Ig. 8. ia. thick loin. .

?O; izniis! be. very : ":;'lhe general sales are S situated on (tomana Street in the City of for the commencement andprosecution ; .18 ;0 do. : : s .12 8 6. '

tbe "Lockiznited.. Tensacola,together with the of the, work. The materials .
s 9 fair togood ::1..54 do. : I: : 11. 9" ,..
New ( pTXUe"4fOW-kresiof cottonof .J will subject tdthe.usual inspection .a, .. '
8 do. : :. ; '149.7 .
fair : : the Yard,4ind psyme'nt will biade Joe ,
the new,, crqp, of. good1 quality lalt Lanl\ ; '
froiri'jdries nt1tl1efirs tlns> Reason, tbem,only as they are deliverei. P.r 8 410. J. ; ,. .30 "S! 4 .

ftrrived yeSteljJal.( M nd was .,ld at-8i .. Bond, with ample and approved"1 Security 8 do. : : . >. .33.cj: : 9 .

cer.ts"i.: 1a q rgi rlpa!,..29 tb, on which 190 it and stands, being half of feet Lot will be required. far the exact* apd. 'P. B do. : :. .' '. 3010 9'
'jugwt 2fi, th-'V.e have re- containing forty faithful execution.of tiie- contracts. .' .
Charlatan front on said llomana Street by one hundred ,18 do. ..: == .12 9 10
of Uplands to 8 a Samuel ii Overtop '
duced.our. quotations # ;
and seventy feet in depth. .4 dOa -: : 16910 .
10 cents ;( wiU in this:range one or twoutu'bn'e }"orterms &c Apply to Jrrvy, .ilreM: 12 g e
effected in the course of "' .28. .co. .. .. : :
: been will be observed that the time for .
r It receiving
the week;' but the recent advice fromIngIind4have Ma. Moreno c1:1. Eivas. proposals'for Stone and timber for. .: 4 do: .t -4 :. 16 9 8 r .

greatly impaired tile confidccc -Pensacola, 7th Sept. 1826 -27-tf. a Wharf will expire on the lit October l' do. & .. ;:. l' a 5. : -. .

which previously, e1 stcd in the ar- NOTICE instead oftbe 15th as heretofore published.OC'Tbe 3 do. : :. ". 14.11 5 :' .' .

tide.-Cnrier. { Editors of the Mobile Commercial 26 Joist = .. : IV 12.3
AVw Qrlcan, 4ugtxb31.-The plan. fl'htlE undersigned having been ordered and Florida 'intelligencer '
Register 16 93. :
76' s3o. .
luI the of I" .
are oat. their cotton by Hon. .the-COunt) Court "'
ters ;pow"litki will please the above alteration of !
where Escambia County to administer on the copy 10 do. : : 18 ,9 3 r :
and the crOpS are every represented proposals. 25f--9t. \I. ..
as cdjningin'abundap.and excellent Estates of" J. tt. FL1NN, JDOMINGO 104 do. : : ,. .- 99 ;. 11:

fa kmd..LotdluZJra.fdverl"er.' GONZALEZ & FIUNC1SCO'IIGJIDO, FoyiXa Laud \gt, c,1. ] 60 do < : .. .108 S. ., j
Intestates who have died
Jiea Or/wif. September 4.-As might leaving property 90 do. : : 14 8 S .
J lave been anticipated there hasi>een a : in this Territory"iHereby Jin office fur the purchate and*ale f land& .
15 3 :
t[ eJtagt1atiol'in business the whole .. Requests it opened TaUahatect. the Seat ofGovenvnext.Florida. I 350 feet"run ofJoiAt proaiiecuous lengths

\ vedtunles'we mention abDut 80. bales "< ., 76 j jOist : :" 24 9 3 ...!..:.. !'
J.by lots of from 5 to 30 bales. Prices all persons having demands against the CjflT is known, that the rich: lands 6f FloLL 76- do. 5 ;.14 93 .

J being purely nom'uicl .%ve sec' no uecewty estates of the said Intestates' ; to present ( rida.are well adapted to 4he, culture 76 do. : ,22..g 3 ;.- .
publishing them. We therefvre the same immediately; and.those -indebted of those great staples Scoia CA.KS ASUbEA 21 9 3 :'
: .
i 304 do. : .
tu the to make forth, That : .
suspend.our quotation until the o. same payment :: ISLAND COTTOW. gentlemen f
!. .. with to witha view to 1700 feet run of joist promiscuous le'gtba 11 S .. <:I" :
pciungoflhc'aiarkct. who visit this country, per ... ,. : .: .
; : '
: .';' -- ; .1. GO. 14. '
-imdetf 4.
W. Hasell Hunt mane nt settlement, jUbx>| jaastfdisaavantarM f
'. i Net). Orleans, duguifSO* : ri'''tsOcUeved miglit.be 5OO-do.. 410. Io. 10 : :. .

t Cold Plague.-.-:malignant> and .; -' -. -_... --.. "leiJa.II C. C.E.:IQr.' ::. Obviated by this- Office. J so pieces scantling. : : ': 14 ... 4 :':J" ., .- -
Y i.tbfu Vrnsacola, 24th'yfugti lt.1826-26-8t.C. It. is the intentionjof the lim gned :.a.a do.do. : : .,0 5.4. '"

t dWiIrCt ;: ._ to be prepared with"special Thforatruiirclaie ) 90 do. do. : ; : 12"4 3'" ; .. .
hll'c-) minis clt'!. +ClurfdI -. : )1wj ;ou'r Tax VQfp to the quality and etent4"bf the t-
; : $ : 8 do. do. .
: J1- most valuable! lands which 'may be'offered : : 23 4 .,
I uJutu'uAttancsort: Thur HE undersigned now prepared. to. for sale by the Government osby .individuals. 28 do. do. : : 23 63f..

dllY 3Ut August last;'f>1J e Rev.' ..Jtr.l 41 receive at his office, the Territorialand.County Books will be opened for the. 12 do. do. : ; 23. _8.34
i .MavAaut o/,CnhofieChu"rch, MH.JUZJCUB .Jaxcs.as p*.r asses'sment made of all "
registering estates which be 24 ,do do. :
l ., may : : 10 4! 3f
by Mr. C. Evans,receiver of tax returns' for
larbiuBAX, A, ..er of the committed to the charge of said office 18 do. T
l Light House'. To Miss MICIJ }LO1L2IUiA : the preseDt year. And also [as the law with drafts and descriptions ial examinations do. : : 14.q 31-

1I1UI.tE. ojf nsacola. ', requires) the'arrears of the Polktaz for will be made.ia all 'cases' if 20 do. do. : ; 11 Bi:4.
:. : -I-- -- the years 1824-5, waking fo't two 8 do. do. iO *, '
e c.. deemed necessary. ..-. : : ,,: .. !,.
m wvSJt' years.the sura of fifty Cents upon each Said office will be prepared to attendto 4 do. do. : # .;:. .' 'lp 55.. .
freemale twenty-one of : ,
years age, and all business! to the 'perfect completion 6 do. do. 12
: : 84.4. I
like .
a Um taLl slaves above the .
dARRIVED upon age or adjustment of Land Cfomj.-To all bus 1 .
: t t S\\ \ :" of 17 and not exc ding 50 y ars., As tne sine .') appertaining to. the Donation' .8 do. do. : : '. I 6i .- \

amounts together lire 30 do. do ,. '. .
small ll'64
... very and the Pre-emption LAWS, passed by the Congress : : ,
first.that has : 4
been called for since the ot the United States for the bene. 1' do. do. a, t :30 5' 4 I
Sept. u. li ', the' Quarantine change of government, it is expected fit of the early settlers of Florida-and, to 80 do. do. : ; 164 3 f
will be
in .
they without .
paid -
Ground, Schri Hjeuricua without trouble. 'delay ; and every.Description of business relating! to aGel1nal .14O do. do. i J' .- 25 4.3 .
Quig. :cost or
glee, Mobile Win. .Davison Land Agency. JJ.lDpi01 tbe 180 ,do. do. s : : .31 4 3 .
Public Lands, which were-oHered in May -
ENTERED. &?j. EC. Ctunty 1825, and 'of those lately advctttsed for 90 do. do. : : 18 83t

i Sept. 8. .9cnr.: :Robert Y. Pen :aco1a, August 8th, 1826-23 .8*/. sale by the Government, .can at all timet. 28 dodo.. a s 8i 3! '

t Haync, Crocker, _,New' York .via beprncured 2000' feet of 2 inch plank t
; AppalachicoUj Cargp to Stone Register Receiver's_ N 1 otic.t4IiflE Letters (post paid) addressed ,to Richard 16700 1* do. ; I. ,
I anc! NisbeV.' Hurobletco : C.Alien & Co.TallaKassce. Flori- 900 1* do. 2 ': 18 .q'fide: /
J Joseph Register and Receiver of the) : da'wil1 be attended to. '* I
:M. White, Samuel "Pa\tcl"Son and .Land Office at Tallahassee: inform Richard C. Al1en"'Co. .1100 1* do. : : 15: q do, .

George M.'Coinmir.g. On the those'who are interested!, tluit the officeis 900 1* do. =. : 18 '51 do.-

I: tlh in.t. Ct. '.C.' spoke iff the now' open for jthe reception and adjustment Rcfcrcncct. lJIOQ' 1* do. : : ; 15 .5} ,do. .
claiim .
of arisiug wider tbe. act of ..
i Bar of V" % ... 6300 1J do. : 1.: 12 51 do.
. Appalkchicola J Sloop Ann the 22 of .
Congress, approved day April His Excellency Wnv P.Duval 'f :
t: Maria, Gordin. with! the Coni.. 1826. Every,pers.m wishing to avail. Col. Robert Butler.'Surveyor :500 1$ do. : : 14 12 do. / :

:. t woncr for ex lortrtg'tiwlcouie: of himself of the. benefit of this act, must Col. James Gadsdeo- Gcnual'l 25000 ,1 do. h __'. ..' .

. ; tbe Florida CaWl.oH.bdard.- : wake known.his clai-n, by delivering a Geicral B. K. Call, 62000 cypress shingles : ? :. 6 do/.r. '
ndiice'ih wra.hgto: tbe in which I Chaires .
; Sept. __ Register, Major Benj. Tjallahatteti-! /
Scfir. Thorn/ .
. MauJ he tniM particularly designate the quarter Jonathan Kobiason Esq.. Gadtden Cty.Tallahassee The timber must be yellow pine of the first quality and free from all"defect + i
J New Orleans ; Cargo to M.. : section.or fractional quarter section 20th June, 1826-20-lam6nv *, such as windshakes, large knots and sap, and to be gotten out agreeably to J

S Crupper, S. 1aitePson. S. Noriega, ,which he clainia. A quarter section is 't the exact .dimensions given i in the bill. The agent reserves, the power of increasing -. ,]

H. Ahren tco, J. C. and C.' C. understood to consist of one fourth part Extract from the Circular of the Secretary or reducing quantities and qualities above specified. at any time before : -}'J
of an entire section, and not of twoeigtht the to the Receiver closing the contract .> / ?
::. ysfrtr.Pa8quierand Culbert- sf Treasury of Pub. '
parts different sections, or t\\O halvesof Ml the delivered the Yard Pensaccla. -Tho. .:;
ton and Dunn. s *% k lic moneyt dated.the 234Feb..1826. above articles are to be at Navy ,
different quarter sections; One dollar first delivery must be made about the 15th October, and tlje'balance/as the raaterials ,
Sept U-Schr. Philippa Phili- and twenty-five cents per acre will be In addition to specie'aAd tfce bills of are required. They will be subject a rigid inspection by the officers of .

?' bcrt, New Orleans! '. .. required from each claimant, sa the timeof I. the Banks of the United' States and its the yard, and payment will be made for them only 0 upon evidence.befog produced. ,, '

\ILED.. ;' making his entry. No more than wie Brandies, which are receivable, in all pay. at this! office, of the delivery and inspection. '. .. Z;
Sept. 14 -U. u.rterscction can be entered by an> 1 ments to the United States, the moneys It isdesirable that endorsements be made upon throppals, ;ahe wing- ,whether l!
: S. Ship Hornet, ole individual. The sons and overseers I receivable for public lands in Florida are they are'-made for stone or timber for the wharf, or'_for brick or, lumber. for the .
Capt.Vnodhcuse, for Norfolk;, of 'settlers, who.have not made improveij follow The notes of the incorporated i above' scrib&! buildings. ? : 1

Ntw YonK-Augt' 3.=Cleared. ; >ens separate, distinct and independent. Banks in Boston, City of New: 'ortf! Philadelphia .. Bond wit ample and approved securitywill be required for the exact and. ..

chr. Morning Star for .Mobile .(.thotieimule by their fathers orcmplort ,- Baltimore, District of C lumbia,. faithful execution. of the contracts. .. *
: *. w understood that, ; will not be entitled pre-emptions. Richmond, South .Carplina, Georgia, Samuel R. Overton. ,.:;
. the Morning"star All .claims must be supported by the testimony New Orleans, and Alabama. But this '> :'iil
. ij| corn* to. Peaslcola.u of one or mOle credible and disinterested permission to receive t the notes .of local 7-5t. JVavy AS n:. _.t/1/

:\ Ut 13ih-Ai rived Schr. witnesses, whose evidence or state banks U only to be in force, provided :

: "zabeih, Forsyth 20 days from. must be given in person,'before the Register that these banks, pay- specie for ,(ocj mechanics are confidently! expected to be here,.to commence th* w..W\ .. ;,51..
Pe'1laco1a and Receiver ur taken in the form their notes on demand and are otherwisein on the 1st of October,all persons'are'.hereby,notified, tharthe time of receiving
with.S P..aenger.. credit.' the ',wilf that and the first delivery under the contracts for ,
The of a deposition before a justice of the good Fur information proposals expire on day, that 1
Brig John Marihall J peace and dulycertified. To entitle the .purchasers public'lands: each Receiver: stone and'timber, will! be about the 15th of next month,0 tvTbe ;

Drummond, conned; 'B,J for 'this l claimant! to the right of pre.emption,the ; oM'ill} publish in one newspaper n',iis'Dis. Mobile Commercial giiterand Tallahassee Intelligeneer ,will please insert '. 1' .
2.ton the 17tb"Aatu'lf. Qlfqwing) facts must be established. ..1st, trict a list of the description of lun' Tivluch .the above :advertisement until 20th September, and..forward: their accounts to .
; he is authorized reifeiveYind ibis office.for 1. :,r
= that he or tJie was the hettd of a family, i hereby to payment., : 1:.
F ". o'ft "t.one.'eans of age or upwards$ he will give notice m like matuter; 06f ., ., .41' : S.R.O. n.. a. '- .. -,' .1,..;,

1 ? The/tUt'9lin8'fitA. ';"'n"- .. bu the' I st day.January, 1825.1 -:-2d. that ny change which may occasionally take I .'. -- . S FOR SALE .. ., .J
1st place- But in all MAch publications he: ;
"" he or she dd on or before the day ofJanuary DUMBER. A .
' ; tJ l\o'be \ in 1825. actually inhabit and culti will state that although for the'accommodation :'.. 11YSS1&LOT. tljil t :
. vate'the section ofland'vhich he of purchasers the'local and State r> : : ; ,- :
\loe ,Capt Crocker, will siil auout quarter that the said! Bank notes therein enumerated are ti has on hand 60 H fee : ;; $! : .,4Ik
45 ""i for or,she may. claim -3d. TUB situated on Government Street in the Ci. : .
.. freight of claimant has not removed from.this Ter present receivable, it is desiralile' that lumber, consisting of :ty of Pensacola-the Lot is known in the i,' }i
: 1Rnl !.b ot Cotton, ritory. When the applicant.cLum as the psymenttbe made in'specie, or the notes Flooring plank! weather boarding Scant4 plan> of.the- City: as number 282 and con ,}

I?..Jy to the Cu .i.i on board or to* legal representative of some previous .of the Bank; of the United States and its I U g&e.-which, is offered for sale low", for bins 80 feet in front by 170 deep. .-

- settler,tbi&additional fact must be proven Branches and that as tlie receipt of any "ClJ: ,A JlLSO..1'.OR'L&fSE. : *;
. tour N. H. Allen. The office \v.U be closed on the lit. of the local or State Bank Notes luay: be f.r O Orilersfor any quantity less than 20 for ten years,the TWO.

or five p\' n cra. can be banafldyaecoIaenQdtd. "3J utbLy. iu January next, alter which no discontinued at any timewithout previousnotice ;:H'feet, of differ dimensions than tha.on .t :. .. STORY HOUSE j

-. .; claim will be received.JR. .-. it will be well for those who have .!hand* can be filled and.delivered. by4yinW II; & KITCHEN, built by'. .

J4'or 1tw ,Y J ;; .- K.. Call pay menu to make to provide themselves dy previbusl)'. to .2 the late Col. Wfn. ,. 1t
witu.specie, or notes of.the Bank of the Ph flames..Peiisacoa
$dney DIX .
.r: ; ." King, situated a haIl mile-North Kast
.. 7Ywftuc ntblatial : G. W. Ward.XQRM. United States its "
:\ Brig or branches TO guard the .
H 6Ui 182G28.2t.lit4dg6's with ..
the CityufPensacola, together '\
.:::-r. A .,,1 f.1t\A1..a against any change that may be "o nc1' Jt.!] .. Lotof. S < ....

#:i'f. ': Mr G. W. Wurd, Register of.the Land proper, ID regard: to the note of '
.. r'l'ttitt'Gtge.: ,, will sail in all Office'ai Tallahassee u hereby nutified local or State Banks No bank note.for .r4. .. Eulogy.' .1, tUmma9 ,
: 'feck bas haiiilscme accommtxlaFrdg't a lean amount than five dollars is to be roceivcd A
of few copieicf DrackenridgeVEulogy ouwbich U sUrtdsV onucbof tent
; hiLt I Iclaini'tlie'! nght pr .cl11ptiUI\ : as the ..
( Fer, tjif .-a. "-; qtuiter of section No.Townsltip mand.", nor .any that is not payable on de I pn the lives and characters fir to be'appropriated to finisbiog the house

0 rPaS1iibe'q No.- liange No.-in ADAMS JEFFERSON as may be" _necessary. .Tor' 'termi and.. .
. 'Prt) to tic Captain on board or toK. the \\ Cdtcru Land District of Florida. Hi K. Call, ANR further iiiffirtlltiijii enquire of Col.DK J i t. : ,

H. Allen A. B. July 15. Receiver. ar struck oCin.paropplett.iad.for. tale... a!. LA BUJU'Fenwirola.Pwuacofc .
I the Petn:6! 3kWtei
,I 29th ,,August 1826-27tf. ..



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I 1W.IJS.f 'J, 12.: fTroute a&ouTdby 14; &* nti1ia : } hrti1ent of the United PROCLAMATION.Wattam 3d-At Amelia Wind:Fernandina-ju
Congress, cr become ujsclett, In.WMlc' Charles
get Seatpn,
FOR, carrying the mails 'of the, .United I or fn part, m the 6pimori P on following Post Roads
win received*at the Genem'Post Office General,, he may limit or dispense, TIM pursuanef of Law, I, Joni QtmrciAJJA ?. TVttval, ; 4th t.st'William Frink's house jrn1

,in the City Washington, until the ing.it.hthe* him service an allowance ofthe contractoron of one month'sextra mak* '* S; President of the-United States Governor ojtM''l'nTitOf'J 'oj Florida.' I William Prink, Britton Knight,and Jamea

12th day of October next,inclusive. of America, hereby proclaim and make i compliance with the provisions of the G. Smith.
H In Florida. -pay. known, that a Public Sale will be held at I IN section of the act of the Congress 10th DISTRICT ; Withinthe foDowin
.I 13. The contracts are to be in operation the LandOEc at Tallahassee, in West of the United States, entitled "an assigned limits," all the county of Dun
263, From Burnt Corn Alabama, by on the first day of January next; andto Florida, on the third Monday in January, act to amend the several acts for the establishment north and west of St.Johns river

7toadPorks, or Frucn, 'to Pen/ocoia: continue four years.John. 1827, for the disposal of the lands situate of, Territorial government Three Precincts;
twice & ,,'eek.94 miles i McLean in District of 1st Black creek-at the house of
the Lauds offered for in Florida, approved the_15th day of May the
Lee Burnt Com every Monday and ; Pott-Matter Genera sale at Tallahassee,and in the townships' 1826, brie priest;judges; Gabriel Priest Ro

Thursday at 6 1-2 a m and arrive at Pen. :Post Office! Department, July 12th, 1826. hereafter designated, viz It is hereby made known to the people bert Hutchinson and Andrew Brincony

sacola on Tuesday and Friday by 3 p m. 26-7t. Fractional townships No. 1 and 3" .. I Florida, that on _the first Monday in j| 2d-at Jacksonville, at the court house
Leave Pensacola every Saturday and north of J a udges J. D. Hart, John Warren
Range p. 2, wst, .o October next, the polls will be opened! ; and
.Wednesday at 9 a tn and arrive at BurnsCornonSundayandTtutrsdayby6p Sidlingoff C ea '\ Fractional township! No.2, north of I in the several precincts, and respective Francis J. Ross. 11

.. I Range No.2,west :: districts, u hereinafter designated, for 3d at the house of Charles Bronardt*
264. }'rosi Penaacob, by Gadsden c.h. mIl E Subscriber, having determined 'Fractional township. No. 2 _nd 3 ..= the purpose of electing the thirteen judges; Charles Bronard, \Vm.Starre"
Jackson c. fe. end Walton c.h. to Tallahassee ;'-.1. -to bring his business temporary north of Huge No.3, west, 6.& members the Legislative Conner of and Stephen Eubanks

once a week 220 miles. close will sell 6/7 at reduced prices, for fl'lCtionallownships No. 2 and :3 -B S this Territory,under U restrictions and sllth DISTRICT Within the followingas-
Leave Pensacola
every Wednesday at Cash or of proved paper,his present stock north of Range No. 4, west, e qualifications, contained c iD the act of signed limits. MAH the country south
6am and arrive
at Tallahassee next consisting of Fractional township No.2,*iorth of Congress above recited. and east of St. Johns river within the

Tuesday bv 10 a m.Leave Fine &sup. blue,and bl'k; broadcloths, .Range No. 5, west, -::.;: The persons named as judges ia the boundaryfines of Dural and St. Johns
Tallahassee CTCTV Tuesday 2 Blue,bl'k,mixed and ribbed drab casi- Fractional township No.3,north of following enumeration are hereby counties,and north ofthe city of St. Au
p m and arrive at Pensacola on Tuesday. meres, I I Range No. 5, west, c.a and required to preside, 'at ,the gustine,and north of the road thence to
265. From Tallahassee, by Sewany Tartan & Caroline plaids, bombacettes, Fractional t.wnships No. 2 and 3, o M several precinct? to which their names* Buena- Vista."

-and DillstoSt' Augustine, once a Valentia, toilinette and Marseilles vest. north of Range No. 6,vest, H are attached. Where all the judges do Three Precincts; \
week rndea.Leave
237 ings, assorted, Including the County 'adjacent to the not,or cannot, attend it shall be competent 1st at Kingsley'jj Bluff judges; M.Jenkins
2 St. Augnstwe every Tuesday at Bl'k fenshaws, sarsnetts, 6gurd bl'k town of Quincy. for any one of those named, to pre and Samuel: Kingsley.
P m and arrive at Tallahassee the next silks, Also, townships 3,4 and 5, north side at the election,each district to elect '2d at Samuel Fairbanks' housenudges'
Tuesday by 10am.Ltave White satin, green florence, of Ranges, 10. iL 12, 13 and 14 west, one member. Samuel Fairbanks andjames Hall.

Tallahassee every Tuesday at 2 BPk and colored canton crapes,plain including the Chipola country, and part I lit.DisraicT; within the followingasned 3d at the bouse of Francis P. Patio
p m and arrive at St. Augustine the next and figured, oft UollI\ ,s' Creek settlement. :*> limits. "All the city of Pensacolaand judges ; Francis P. Fatio and Lewb

Tuesday by 10 a m. Women's worsted coloured & silk hose, Also, fractional sections'No. 2,3, 7, 8, county ofEscambia, west fPaafoxStreet Fleming.

b.266. From'Tallabassee', by Decatur, Coloured braces, M n's beaver gloves, 10, 11, 14, 1-S, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, ,Pensacola, and the road thence 12th DISTBICT; within the following
to'Pindertowiv Ga. once a week, 160 Women's white and coloured kid do. 29,30 and 31 in fractional No. s-
miles. (by Emanuel's) to Claiborne Alabama' signed limits, "The city of St. Augustine
Leave Tallahassee Dress and furniture prints, Ginghams, 2, north of Range 4, east; and fractional together with the sound of Santa Rosa." and all the county lying between .the
crerv Wednesday Coloured Cumbricks, Dimity, sections No. 23, 24, 25,26,35 and 36, in One Precinct ; I road from said city to Buena Vista and
at 4 a m.and arrive at Pindcrtown on Plain and figured book muslins, factional township No. 3, north of
Range At the house of Antonio Collins judg I the southern boundary of St.Johns couaj
Prilayby6p.m. Collaretts, 4 east, all of ft hich fractional section are es-John Ue la Rua, Robert Mitchell and ty." .
Leave Pindertown every Saturday at 6 Cambric and mull do. Insertions, bounded by the Lake Mickasukie. Henry MicheleL. One Precinct .

by a m 8 and arrive at Tallahassee on )Monday White tulle, plush, striped muslins., Thft sale to commence with the lowest 2<1. DISTBICT ; Within the following City of St. Augustine; ; at the care
am. .
Gingham: robes, Bolivar stripes num&r of section, township and Range, signed limits-"All the City of Pensaco. house; judges John Y. Garey, 'Reuben ..
267. From St. Mary's, by. CoJerain, Bangup cord, bl'k silk velvet, and'to proceed in the order designated"thin n la and county of Hscambia: lying east of Loring and. F. J. Patio.
Cra-ford.on St. Johns,and Jacksonville, Brown holland, yellow nankeens, Proclamation.The .
Palafox street Pensacola, and the road 13th DISTRICT;within the following
to St. Augustine once a week, 100 :>ie! !. -Irish linens in demi.pieces,long lawn, lands reserved by law for the ute thence, (by Emanuel's, to*Claiborne Ala I signed_limits The boundary lines ot
Leave St. Mary's every Saturday at 4 Linen cambrics, threads assorted, of schools, or for other purposes, and the .bama. Musqwto and Monroe counties.
1 1-2 p m and arrive at St. Augustine on Ribbons assorted, .. fractional sections bounded by the Geor Three.Fred ncts; Three Precincts ;
: Monday ,by 6pm, Bi'k and colored Galoons, line will excluded from "
gia sale. 1st. At the court ousejudgesTimo 1st at New Smyrna;judges ;John Ives,
Leave St., Augustine every Thursday Wait: belts and buckles, flag h'kfs. Given under hand the of
my at City thy ;Twjtehell, Emanuel Uonifay, and Jo- Charles F Smith and Jesse-Hester.
-6 a m and arrive at St. Mary's oa Saturday Cashmere, Gros de Naple.andgauze do, Washington, this 20tb day of May, A.D. seph Noriega. 2d at the nouse of James Darbpy-

by 10 am. Artificial flowers and wreaths,tapes, 1826. 2<1. At Florida-judges* Henry Wilson, judges; John Addison, James Darbev EC
Notes. Bl'k Ostrich feathers, pearl buttons,'I. John Q. Adams.By Andrew Simpson and David Kelker. Henry Willmon.

1. The'Po5t.la ter General may ex- ;Coloured flag, madrass h'kfs. Cravats, the President, 3d.-At Oneil's Ferry : judges ; Mr. 3d Key West judges; Samuel Frr..
'pcdite the malls and alter the times for linen checks, j and 4-4 co. do. Graham Parker and William Taylor.3d. John Whitehead and Mr.Fitzpatrick.*

arrival and departure, it any time during Domestic plaids, stripes and shirtings, George UisrnicT: Within; the following assigned Given under my hand at the City of
p tkt continuance ofthe contract, he paying Co. ticking, bear duck, sheeting, Conrmitrioner of the limits : *Th boundary lines of Tallahassee this twenty third day of July.
an adequate condensation for any extra Letter paper, spelling books, quills. 17-30t. General Land Office.Qffite Walton Washington counties." I. in the year one thousand eight hundred
occasioned Scissors, pen & pocket knives, razors Six and
expense thereby. Precincts; twenty-six, and of the Independence
2. Seven minutes shall: be allowed for in cases, of the Com. Gen. of Subtittence" 1st.t Harrow'sferry Judges : Jeremiah of the United States the fifty,first.
and the mail .Table knives and forks, razor straps Wathinglan, July 1, 1826 5
npening closing ,at all offices Saville, Robert McKennon, *nd William P. DuvaL
where no particular time is specified. and paste, SEPARATE Proposals will be received Jesse Bryant.Zd. .
3. Foreccry fifteen minutes delay, in Needles, pins, thimbles, fish hooks and : until the first day of Oc. : -At the big Spring ; judges! ; W. 25-6t.NOTICE..
arriving after the time lines.Spectacles. : tober next, for the delivery of provisionsfor Lewis --
-prescribed in any Levi F. Miller, and Collin McRea.
contract, the contractor shall forfeit ten in cases toothbrushes, : the use of the-troops of the United 3d; ft.41aqua ; Judges Charles S. .
dollars i and if the delay continue unt-1 Whip, band and cross-cut.sawfile", States, to be delivered in bulk, upon inspection V. Jones, John Barkley, ;and Michael DIPARTXXST or STATS, )

), the departure: of any pending mail, Gun locks gun flints, as follows: Vaughan.4th Jw/y 14, 1825.S
'Whereby a trip is lost, a forfeiture of Brittania,tutania & tinned iron spoons, At P n8ato/a. ; .it Dempaey Jon e.' house-Judges O obviate the risk and delay incident
double the amount allowed for carr'infPthe Stock and pad locks, cut tacks, 600 barrels of Pork -Dempsey Jane, Paul M. Jones and Ar. to the return of the Bank Note
mail one trip, shall be incurred, unless *- Shoe pincers and hammers, awl blades 1250 barrels fresh fine Flour .. chibald .fnderson. from this department, not receivable at

it shaU.be,rniile to appear, that the and hafts, ... 8000 gallons of good proof Whiskey 5th. ; .William M. Loftm's house the Treasury ofth United State, in pay
delay was occasioned by unavoidable ac- ""A 1Il.JU1Jl'ana flair rs.JDO Sle\"es rt i ep, r'mg,4iIVire ; pans- 540 bushels of good sound Beans Judges William M. Loftin, Silas Wood;, ment for Patent Rights, all persons desi..

cident; in which case the.amount of pay Weeding hoes, trace chains, 4000 p untstt4hanI Soap :and E. *illen.4th. rous taking out Patent are requestedto
for a trip, will be .f .&>iwvi These for "Men's superior and common saddesTine : with Cotton wicks "- Mh frMn rffiteU.S .*M transmit with their application, such
feitures it will be observed are uncon and com. plated curb 2c snaffle 140 bushel*of good clean Salt Dlfcffia.. < -D Note :jDrDraftsas_ they may know, or be.
ditional, except for the failure of a trip, bridles, 2250 gallons of good cider Vinegar. signed limits, commencing oothe western :JP blisheri oiibcJawlbhYj...
by unavoidable accident, the ,penaV.y maybe Saddle bags,collars,martingals, One-fourth on the 1st day of June, 1827, Bank of the Chipola at its intersect- States will insert this notice ia their pa":'
reduced 4othe forone trip. That the 1st day of October. : ton with the Alabama: line, thence down
bootsVomen's One-fourth on
pay Men's fine &. low priced shoes & peru ten-times-___ .____
the to the mouth of Uuss's mill -
on no condition is this sum or the other \ morocco and prunella shoes, 1827, Chipola CASTOXXXJCT' BROOKE >
penalties stated, to be remitted. Children's shoes, straw bonnets, One-fourth on the 1st day of December, creek, thence up said creek to its head, FLORIDA July 1st, 1826. 5a
-Persons making! proposals are required bats castor &rorum 1827. and thence to the corner Jackson county
Wool hats, beaver WILL receive proposals till the 31st
to state their prce by the year. hats, And the remainder on the 1st day of at or near Hickory Hill,and north and October ensuing, to furnish the troops
Those who contract will receive their 1828It west with the above'recited line in Jack
card brushes! that
Cotton sleeping of the United States, Army are or
t pay quarterly-in the mouths of May, Cotton bagging, baling twine, is understood that the Pork to be son County. be stationed at Cantonment Brooke,
November and February, one contracted for is to consist of an entire Two Frccincts;. may
August loaf
Imp. &young hyson tea, sugar, with fresh beef,from the 1st day of January -
month after the expiration ot each Madeira, Tene and Lisbon wines, hog to the barrel, except feet, legs! ears, 1st.: Ticker's StorejtidgesOweaWilliams 1827, to include the 31st day of De-
Oneil and Desha.
t snout, which are inadmissible Henry Doctor
I quarter. Cognac brandy, Holland gin, and amber, 1827.
'. 5. No other tlan a free white person Sup. chewing tobacco, common do. Should the hog be of less weight than 2nd. ; At Cain's" Store-judges Jonas The beef will be required to be delivered

, shall be employed to carry the mail. Best brown sugar, Havana coffee,} 200 pounds, -deficiency is to be made Daniel, Arthur Foster&. Elijah Calloway. to the troopsiitwo days in each.
6. Where the "proposer intends to convey fat side No 5th. DISTRICT! ; Within the following assigned -
of peices. more
Cut nails assorted,German: steel, up good week (the days to be de gnated>ia_such
_ the mail in the body of a stage car Sweet oil,lamp do.copperas_ than one .head is. allowed to a. .barrel. of limits*:* all_Jackson_ County: not I: quantity as shall be required for their rations -
in kis the limits uf the fourth district.
is desiredto state It embraeced
he hy
riage, pro. The contractor OIS ,
mayat option
Vinegar, pepper, allspice, pork. I, on each day.<< And I deem it neces
. I.posals and the stage must .be of sufficient the hams and make the deficiency .
; Brown soap: sperm and tallow candles, exclude up I to apprise those who raay choose to
size, unless otherwise expressed, to Window glass, cider in boxes, with good side peices, Five Precincts, I sary offer to contract for the supply that the
_ accommodate seven passengers. Gunpowder, lead and shot assorted, The Candles to be made of good hard 1st.; At Orman's store-judges-Tho's beef will be required to be of the best
7. Every may ofter in his bid, wicks Russ, Joseph Russ & John IS. Jackson.I
proposer and and tallow with cotton
Castings, ovens, pots, spiders which the market can afford,and particular -
to make improvement in the trans I Pork Beans 2nd ; At Simms' storc-judges-\VaUer
any irons, The 11ourVhiskey, attention must be had to the butcher
portation of the mail from the terms invited Tiu and crockery ware assorted, Salt and Vinegar, must be delivered in Davis C. C. Nichols and Isaac Robinson.3d. of it will
.. thereof as a rigid inspection
either as to the mode of transportingit .Northern.lard, hams, strong and secure. barrels, and the Soap .; At Big Pond; judges ; Greer. ing made.

the speed required, or the frequency; Mackerel and mess beefin half barrels, and Candles in strong and secure boxes, Patterson, John G. Smith, and Cornelius always Persons be offering to contract will make

of the trips per week-which shall receive Shad, No. 1. beef codfish, &c. &c. &c. of a convenient size for transportationThe Graliam. their proposals in writing, sealed and directed
due consideration.The J. Jerrison jr. Pork, Whiskey:,Flour.fc. Vinegar, 4th. ; At Irving's Mill ; judges; John to me at this place: stating the
shall be B. Roberts Peter Simmons and James:
number ofthe post route in seasoned heart of white oak barrels ,
stated in every bid, and the proposal must Pensacola,June 10th, 1826. the Pork In barrels full hooped Patterson.5th. rate per will pound furnish,ii,> and.single they bid shall for be informed .
aDd directed to the General 4t Jeremiah Corley's judges they
be sealed The provisions to be inspected at the : ; ; of the of their
Office and endorsed ".ProosalS." and the John Lot, Jordan Smith and WilliamMcNcily. acceptance proposals
Post FOR SALE. time of deliver, to be ,either by letter from, or on personal
Strict attention must be given to the en I liable for the expense .of inspecting, and; Brooke
intended break t tIji3C subscriber, Executor of the last 6th. DISTRICTVlthm the following assigned application to, me at Cantonment
dorsement,as it b not ta all other expenses, until they are safely montioned.
for Will and Testament of Francisco i limits.at The lines of on the day above
-the seal afanyropoealuntiltheXiLne j I delivered at such store-houses as may be boundary
o receiving bide shall hive expired. Touard,late Pensacola deceased, offers designated by the United States' Agent. : Gadsden county." John Page, Lt.

8. The Pofit-liater General reserves for sale the following property, belonging The privilege is reserved to the United Four Precincts ; And_ nt. Com.of Suh, kru .
to himself the right declaring any contract to the Estate of the said dedeased: viz States of'increasing or diminishing the Ist.-At Matthew Fain's house-judges NOTE-No proposals will be received

k at an end:wh never one failure bap. The undivided half of a Tract of Land, quantities'to be delivered, one third, on M*. Ni cholson, Thomas Speight and Matthew after the 31st of October, 1826.

o pens,which amounts to the loss -of a trip. containing giving sixty days' previous notice. I .Fain. 18-18t.
9 Tbe distances elated are such as The power is reserved by the Commissary 2dAt .Shar>d McCall's house-judg Xoti -
have been communicated to -this office, .OO@ au General of Subsistence, of reducingthe ._Henry Yontje, Sharod McCall and Mark e
and some of them maybe incorrect: on quantifies dispensing with one Harvey. PPLICATION has been nude to the
this subject the, contractor must inform Situated North East of Bayou de la or more articles of subsistence,at all the :3d- .it Andrew M. Johnston's house- Bank of the United States for the

himseU.-The Department will :-Bot.be Trucha, on the bay of San :Mary de Gal. posts at any time before entering' into judges-.-Joseph McBride, Alexander renewal of the following described notes.

answerable for any mistake. vez, about -twenty one miles from the contract,and this previlege is reserved; Douglass and William H. Ellis. viz:

; .. 10. In every case where the mail is City of Pensacola : and a : independently of that of reducing one- 4lh-at the court house judges-.- DNo.16, payable to Benjamin '

.. transported- stages,andthe:: present con third, on giving sixty day's notice-previ. Archibald Smith sen. Henry Wilder and Morgan the Office__8f Disco ict
... tractor shall be.underbid.ornd the tinder.o 11OUSE&LOTin ously to each delivery. But it is probable Thomas Woolen.. and Deposit,N.Orleans,dated Phi
-bidder shall not-have such stage-property that no alteration or reduction will 7th DISTRICT; Within the following as- ladelphia 5th April, 1819, 100

as may he necessary for the performance take place previous to the contracts signed limits, The boundary lines of F. No. 1619,payable to Chas. S.
: of the contract, he shall be 'required to I the City of Pensacola, fronting, on being made. Leon county** West,at do. date, 1st May, 1825, 100

purchase from the present contractor, at : Alcaniz Street,said lot containing 52 feet No advances will be made in any case Four Precincts ; H. No. 34, payable Joseph
a reasonable valuation/the"whole or any front by 80 feet deep and known in the whatever, but payment will be made onlyon Ist-Ianaonia the house of John Ha- Saul, at do. date 10th May 1818, 10)

part of the stage property, including Plan ofthe City as number 112. evidence being produced at this of- vis- judges-John Havis: Charles Ponder E. No. 4716, payable to Chas.: S. 50
0 horses thatmay be suitable for the service The above property will be sold on ce of the delivery and inspection. and Reuben Manning.2dMichasookyat. West at do.date 2d May 1825, I

and, make -payment therefor by credit-:onc half of the purchase: moneyto It is expressly understood, that at all the house of Col. \V. 9749, same, date 4th Oct. 10
reasonable instalment, as his pay becomes be paid in one year and the remainderin I the depots and stations, the salt is to be 1824,
A two to be secured j William Bailey-judges-'Villiam Bailey, A. No.2542 payable to J. Coneyat
Payment raceivcd of thirl.twort.J
., due, or as the parties may agree. year by measurement John G. Robinson and John D. Edwards. O
These.terms will-be made a condition by :notes, wiith mortgage on the pre.: to the bushel. I 3d-Tallahassee the house of Char. Philadelphia, 1st Jan. 1817,
of bid under the mises. I I ..When and notice i A. No. 1514, payable to P. Seip
: in tlie.aeceptiince any I a bid is accepted, i les Pindar-judges-Ede Van Bvour,
bid of the present,contractor; and slutuld Desiderio ,Quina.I thereof given to the person making the John Me Iver and Edmund Doyle. at Philadelphia,1st.Jan. 18174 .__.!

the uoderbtdder.fail to comply with tnera, Pensacola 17th March 1826-2tf. bid, refusal or neglect on his part to give 4th-St* Marks-at the house of Jeptha S S 4tYJ
his bid will be offered to-the present con.j good and sufficient security within a reasonable Gilbert judges-Robert D. Jourolman, -

j I' tractor; but should hedecline making time, to he specified by this Department John Hamlin, and Jeptha Gilbert. enclosed
:,J the contract at thatrate, the proposal(if' ;l.n-r()i m\\tin'\V.ante: .. : it will then be at the option of 8tb DISTRICT; Within the following assigned The above mentioned notes were delivered -
** the underbidder will be-accepted uncon this Department consider the contract in a letter of instructions,
limits The lines
)IE or eight past; )lr. Andrew Boyd, of the
i diti iialy.! c seven years forfeited or not. Alaciiua to Capt. vessel
he. withdrawn after Elisman of Lancaster Cottn: county. Caravan of New-York, which
IK No bid. ch&ll Basque Jti is required that persons making pro Three Precincts 17th
4#; the tin.e for receiving bids shall have expired .ty, Virginia,sant his sou John,Basque to posals who are unkuown to this Department 1st-at the house of; Edward M. Wan went to sea from this port, on the d.1s'land
and should any person refuse- tot the State of Georgia,in'care of his Uncle, must accompany their bids by letters : }Wanton John day of Sept. 2825, bound to Hag? .
I; take the contract at his bid he shall beheld Mr. Cundiff after which the Uncle removed recommendatory, from gentlemen ton..judgei.-Edward andThomas Bush. for a Cargo of salt, and not having:

V responsible, to the Department for to the State Alabama, and the re4pectabUity, who are known to the Fleming 2d-at, the house of H.G.LoperjudgesJames since been heard of it is supposed penned

the diflcrenee'between his bid. au'd that youth John Basque came as it is supposedto (,j vernment. All bids unaccompaniedby : Osten and H. G. Loper. at sea.
i shall be.an .tle. No Pensacola,"since which no tidings have Stone & Nisbet.
at which the:contract >> such letters will not be received
decisions I 01-bids shall be made knownbcfore.'the been beard of him by his- friends in Virginia. U b desirable that all prupos its made 3d-at-John the house G. Raits,of.William John G.Gibbonsand 1 tails- Pensacola.: May 27th i82&-j.-i.
46th of Octobrr. The assignment bo sealed in a separate envelope, and -
.. of any xmtmct without the consent If John Basque is liviniie, will muChgratify ;; marked "Prosposals for furnishing Army Bennet Mazy Dell. Aeq.uest..
9th. UUT.acTVithitithe following assigned
General shall forfeit his sisters, by communicating with Volume
i oftheFost-Mastet' Subsistence. has ths 5rst .
limits "The lines oftissu Gentleman
U- nd .&nsll cases"where application is \neoa im Virginia by giving the Editor ef Payment to be made in drafts on the county.1Four boundary IF of any Niles' Weekly JeglSter. which')3

made to _the JJcpjtrUncnt Jo sanction aCnarsfyTt.thetejmsnwst.be this ppcr such information as maybe i interesting Department at Washington, or some At. Precincts not his own property he wilt confer a

fully, seated. to fe9, &.any person knowingany lantic city, or in Treasury dl"oLftsofapecic Ut-at Rose's Bluff; judges- -James T. favor by leaving it at the_ Pensacod IBoukitore..tbu
Should a cpaUctpr or his! agent enrage thing concerning the tanks to the Westward.Oreo. volume beingto \
pftyjn$ Oat H and William)lathe s junr. -
in the-tmfsmission of commercial Basque, we tber living or dead, will Gibson. 2d-at the house of D. Higginbottom complete a set, other volumes of
hit,route; confer a great favor.on :ins relatives by for sale..
': Information cxprewoa hare been letWIth me:
I. r thcESu! lie &balIrcrfeit his girilginfurmati n al thti office.* Qom.'Qey, o/ubsizkztce. judges D.Higginbottonv RigdoU Brown .which IUSELL HUM-

contact..apidlythafl > $*'* I PI1JtJ'IlIiJf !J 211' la26. 32-1Ote and Levellen Williams.. "V. ..

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