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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 22, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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jBY i :;;su2n FRIDAY ,' and operate ip a cauiioa iing that, Black Crr e* a f n r teolation,clothed.iaotjtfay. >rou. e the- -command < HUNT '
w. HASELL to our rulrsi Conscious that. no St. Iohnsand'S,4'jstream; No traces of the'chilling ,of the Republic of Mexico;. .

Sow EDITOR ARD PRornitTOR; act could escape without a, tho- lowing into the ':'Gulf of Mexico, hand of winter were visible. A If, tire loss of this_ gallant ..com-
the lav* of the United SlAte' r uglt investigation by the people within '* ,short distance .
J- hherof approached a personwhocan contemplate i with. mander is to be regretted on account -
and of the Territory of Florida.S''CROT05TSfyear 5 they would then consult their own of each other, we determined out emotions of the most pleasing of his value :o 'our Navy,

3 safety and pay a due and proper to seek' a passage this way, ,kind, Jlhe vari gated scenerv there is consolation in the reflection 4
4 Quarter year 1 50 regard to the general happiness. rather than Venture round ,the which is 'hourly presented to 6 his that his services have been
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Subsriptions payable advance.. These opinions will meet the approbation cape. Accordingly we ascendedthe view, white,navigating St. John's acquired by -neighboring asctfiendly
ADTIHTISIKO -. Every advertisement' of every reflecting and : river ninety miles, to the mouth must be possessed of a deadness Poorer,to whom,probably, ..

- ofYhc! width of than one twelve column lines and measur.of this patriotic bosom. I I of Black Creek, which we ascend to the beauties of natu. re, which 1 they will, under the actual circumstances .

Ivne not first more insertion one dollar, each I may now inquire in what. manner ed twenty-five miles to the bead i covet not. The proverb says, of that country,be of more
weekly, continuants fifty cents; longer we should proceed, in order to of tidewater, where its. yiga ion "beauty i* tut akin deep," w hich is value than, under present circumstances '
and wider ones at th-'same rate. Rule a proper investigation of the ceases. Here we hired) our boat in some degree applicable to this they 'would have been to
and figure work, double price for the conduct of our rulers and to hauled 30 miles, to the rockyfordof country, for though its vernal this.-The Navy of Mexico is at

first insertion. Advertisements, according will to thenture be expose their improprieties. The St. Taffee, a few miles below i beauties charm the eye, and pleasethe present in a forlorn and prostrate

testefully of them displayed, and will be measured by best and only method, is by which is the natural bridge, ,imagination, it possesses condition. It will be the gratefultask

mitter of this size type. When insertedat addressio g directly, the great body where we again hauled our boat, not that substantial value of Alabama of Com., PORTER to rt- )r-

intervals, (that is, not inserted every of the people, through the medium the boat running tubterraneously or Mississippi, a fertile soil; ganize and make it efficient for I t
week from the first to the last insertion' ) of the public prints. The 3 mile Twenty,five miles below and as you are, a man of more active service.
tach insertion will Amounts be charged for advertising as a new Press has always been considered this, is the junction of St. Taffee totte thanfeeling you will not I If the country generally regretsthe J

advertisement.-on demand.O the bulwark of national liberty ; and Suwannee rivers, thence to think, emigrate to Florida until loss of this valuable officer, s!

pmble: *Liberal always contracts will be made with I and with more justice in this than Vacassay bay, is eighty miles, the, big road is made, and Pulton9* much more reason have we, in the 1

those who wish to advertise: by the year. in any other country. Though where we again '"beheld the Waggon.. begin. to run. Excuse midst of whom he had placed his ,
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Communications::: *....... .).PF'directed* a.ftatU".nJa.to W. there are some who hazardously Gulph's expended Wave. JJirectintr prolixity, and believe me, ever habitation, to deprecate' it. K *
ytwcti... nusu.iflbedu1yatei1dedto.t .. -.. / OflLCUdi-., .1-.pper 'WO...,...... our coarse' vitb-tLi .cou1, jUrsinere. friend. his patriotism and valor secured
... p Li : are dangerous the communityand we safely lamlepTa'ai: ,Jr- mpnij* .. --'t'" '*.' ..cs.A. Hi 'his pablic.resptctand honor:, hia_
-rO ET1.C.\\L.\ that on such occasions, the street wharf, in Mobile
Press is a vehicle of- slander------- i-! first day of March, 1826, after, experiencing -- ,devotion to his family, his urbani.
-- For the Pewacola Gazette. Still there are few, if any, who privations and ,sufferings From the East Florida Herald. ty asa gentleman, and his integrity

To Lilla. have the temerity to advance publicly of which none but these who Public Sentiment.-The Libertyof as a man, have peculiarly endeared -:

I'll say that 1 love. an opinion so much in opposition have accomplished a similar voyage I the Press is regarded by our ''II him to those most intimately -
And I'll never deceive thee, to the essence of our institutions ,can form.. an idea. Constitution, as necessary to the acquainted with him. We arc
And when 1 behold thee. and the known sentimens Our boat is probably tie first vey existence of our political institutions cheered by the hope that we have

I'll love thee and doing or leave, thee. of the people.; It is the great that ever passed through tie isthmus ; and has since the establishment not wholly lost him ; that his duty
For saying land-mark of American of Florida but'1 am fir from Commander in Chief will allow
With Poet and Lover, liberty ; | of our Independence, asa_
Are different matters ,and will preserve us when all sub. supposing it will be the latt. Internal been .the subject of leading SENTIMEKTS of some intermission of his .....
My dear, you'll discover. lunary things have failed. When II Improvement bas btCome: a at almost all our great public labors : and ,that his home will ,

The Poet, for instance, j our enervated arms shall drpp ,subject of such general interest, and many private, festivals. still be found' at MERIDIAN HILL. :
His brain you inspire human,, nerveless by our sides ; the Press that the advantages resulting Every good man has learned the It has been suggested in the tJ
The Lover more
You set him on fire. will be the champion of our rights, from a canal through florid value of TRUTH ; and every friendof public prints, thai Commodore 1
Your virtues, dear Lilla, the harbinger of our victories. cannot long be hid from public liberty, would not have the PORTER was driven from the service '' q

The Poets discover; Where are the evils resulting from wie '.. I do not say, our rpute is means of arriving at so desirable of the United States, by the

But teeing vndfeeKnf, the Press? I challenge an ini the most eligible for a canal, but a desideratum circumscribed, because differences of opinion, relative toofficial .'
While My dear for the Lover. i stance. It was the medium admitting it to be, the cost of opening that is the surest way of endangering matters, which have exist*

Paints imagination Lilla divine, A through which the Crisis would be comparatively the lib rties.of the people i ed between him and the late and:1,.

I'll say that I'll love her, was proclaimed to an injured and nothing. The distance from St. by leading them into the intricacies present Executives of the United ::1'.
And she shall be mine; suffering people ; just then emerging Taffee, below the natural ridge"to of error and falsehood, States. We think differently, and '"
But if,whea discover'Jj from the gloom of tyranny, the navigable waters of Black If the happiness of the people that injustice is dune to Com. POUTER i

Orwrinklesorbeard She prove an old maid, and contending for their rights.It creek, being not more than thirty- depends upon the perfection of by this suggestion. His determination .. <

On her visage be laid; gave to England a Juniuf, to five miles through a level country ; government, that perfection is only has been influenced -,

I'll then say, dear Lilla, America a Curtius ; men who the soil from the sinks! andcavuiesof "attainable,through.,the jnrdium b? loftier considerations 0 ,__ than ..'ere. -,,' ---:- .,,':'i
We both Wfl'e imsuren; might have remained in obscun.y, sub terraneous"waters", appears of the P &I.. The elopement pique or resentment at supposed ';.
You still save your charms, have by these means shed lustre of an .argilaceous. nature, with an i of character and shades of di eri or real injuries. He believed, -

'While 1 save my bacon.K... i. K.M18CELLJUVF. 1 upon the human family, and they occasional stratum 01" limestone! i ence between right and wrong, are doubtless, that he had received i injustice ,:;;

.will be forever venerated, as the but so soft as to present no obstacle : essential to right understandingof from the proceedings and
: bold avengers of their country-a to excavation ; and, what renders I our true interests, and these interests sentence of the Court Meitial ; .t

: ,,,, wrongs, ia their hours of utmost I the task less difficult, the country i well balanced will consolidate and we are among those wb ihiuk oI.
From the East .Florida Herald.Aribtoglton need.- I abounds with large ponds, a chainof : our political happiness. that he had just' ground for com ,;;

. No.. 1. remarks to which falls within the most direct I Can we arrive at the maximum plaint. But, .accepting the offer I ;f
These are precedent ,
line comroucationlessening of service by the Government J
of all that desire all that is #
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Government like this for which I
Under ,
a few numbers, requesta '
a of excavation several of Mexico he influenced
the distance was by
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valuable in morals and
peculiar for the freedom we enjoy, place in the columns of you- miles. religion that desire of active service and
and the mildness of its law ; the That evils do exist in this politics, without great care, moderation j.
paper. Gallatin known what that thirst for which
Had Mr. reflection and the means, renown are "
right we have to inquire into the of a nature so glaringas ,;
: Territory, nature has done for this country, of informed The cardinal: virtues in a soldier, and .
conduct o'our legislators is an unquestionable forth the honest being Spartansused
to draw reprobation q:
All towards opening an inland navigation to meet daily at their public i by that anxious desire to providefor
prerogative. of every citizen ; even the how infinitely would he have and there received the future support of his young :.
powers belonging to the people, R..nntJIftta..... and_ worshiDDers of tables they :}
a J vuf i **' rr altered his calculation, wben he family, which-is natural and' lau*
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and emanating from them, it never the that be, have not the instruction on every subject connected husband 1
powers estimated the expense of completing with their and dibTe in an affectionate
will.be for a moment questioned hardihood the effrontery, to deny. political to"t ,
inland navigation,from the and father. The offer made
our domestic .
that this is their right, and These evils it is my intention yo Mississippi river to the Atlantic, happiness.With him by the Mexican Governmentwas .::1-
that it should be exercise! -The before the publicin the means which the Spartans
expos, to lay at three million ol dollars. From of a nature most flattering to 4
people should be actively engaged all their naked deformities. Vacassay bay to St. Marks, notwithstanding possessed they grew in virtue his military pride, and we learn ':;
in an examination of the The subjects shall be, of the Executive -" the smallness of our intellect and industry. But besides, from the New Orleans, papers, ,.j

acts of their public officers ; sifting Legislative and Surveying vessel we experienced no inconvenience our opportunities, our means of that very handsome emoluments : {

each and every one and probing Departments of Florida.In from the sea, though..the acquiring knowledge are greater are attached to his station; His ;

to the bottom every canker conclusion, I am not one of coast is apparently exposeA;, but I ifi&n were those of the Spartans. acceptance of it conflicted with no I '. jI

that infests society. Nor should. those writers, who cry danger, shallow reefs ofsand, &c. lying at The PRESS is added., I duty to bis country, his family, or .
these enquiries be confined to legislators ,when there is no danger, or a sentinel some distance from the shqre, The' PBESS" and "THB LIBERTY his friends, Indeed, we know him 1
alone. Every officer whoadministers who deserts his post when form a barrier against Neptune's of the PRESS" are generally sufficiently well to declare, for : 1-
the law, is properly attacked. I shall re Marks standing sentiments ;.and these, consideration
the citadel is encroachments. From St. : him, that no on' ,
within their scrutiny ; and it is maintrue to my duty, reckless of four short canals would complete as expressive of the high estimatein earth would have tempted rum to #::-i!

immaterial in matter, whetherhis consequences ; and if I fail,I hope an inland passage to the Missis rhich it is held, are very gratifying enter the Mexican Naval" Service, :

appointment was derived directly ; to force even from my opponents sippi. From Chipola river to St. to those who are engaged even, as its Chief, had he believed ..i,
or not from those by whom : the admission, that I was under.an I i Andrew'i bay, a canal of two miles din its management. But senti- that his doing so would have met 4
the scrutiny is undertaken. Public honest conviction of truth and tnat would ,be required, and one of five ments.do not cost much as a popular with the disapprobation of his fellow { ,
men are fair game:; and, as the seat of reason was not usurp- milefrom St. Andrew's to Choctawhatchie expression of feeling it maybe citizjts of the United States. i'Co

such must naturally expect the edby, the power of prejudice. bay, which communicates useful Jo cherish the remembrance ,!,., P. has_ not acted wi'.hout .' '
severest search after their conduct AristogUon. with Pensacola bay, by Santa of the instrument, by whose advice in this matter,nor.witboutdeliberation. ''..:."!J
and an unqualified and rigid Pensa- instructions our fathers were,benefited .
.. Rosa Sound. Between : .. .;i
examination of every act, springing cola, and Mobile bays, two canals and our capacities improv .... ',;:&
from their official stations. From the Natchez driel.Augutta would be required, one of half a ed. From the Lovinuna Courier. ..',-4' :

Ner should .time be wasted in (Mi*.) July 30, 1826. mile, between the grand ,lagoon, Notwithstanding indebtedness S A letter dated Vera Cruz, August
such examination. We should Mr. Editor.-Internal improvement which communicates with Pensa- of the world to the invention I 2d,. states tha Commodore ,:
not be waiting in our i become a subject of ( Porter has actually taken the command ; .
,quietly has cola bay,) and Perdido, aqd from of PriRting, the Press is sufferedto
houses until the enemy is knock- such general' interest to every the latter to Bon Secoura bay, four languish in too many instances, 'of the Mexican Navy, and
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ing at our gates; resistance class of society that any information and half miles, in all twelvemiles.If for want of the means of sustain hoisted his broad pendant ou oojrd S.
*ould then be vain. We should on that subject will be thank to this we add twenty five-miles ing itself.This valuable auxiliary the frigate Liberator. His pay is :. ,,I.S

'not sit, "deliberating in cold de- fully received by your readers. If, at the ishmus, we shall hare thirty" to' the investigations of science, 25O0Oper annum. Commodnre I
Dte," until the grievances we therefore, you will giveMhe follow seven miles for( the whole lengthof wherever it Is established and supported Porter's leaving the \merican S

complain of, are undermining our ing extract froRl'a,letter; ,received excavation j which, if completed ,'gives eidenceofth rapidadviiea service, cannot,,fail to be a great -
rights cVe should not wait un. from a friend a few days since, western comfnercr ..wy4.be of'the; mind in"search' of loss to our Navy,..aot only o* account

til they. are glaring or even you will oblige one of ,your sub unshackled., I antlclparc.t.aay! .iateljtct&a' } troth ; bat there is of his personal merits and ; ,
ala-rm.-Jor> the- injury -- of talents, but also as it jib. be feared .
caute great scribers. when steam-boats .shall c itulti not a-department professional ,,
would .be and,'lime."oul Quu. i E binding with difficulties. that many of our young seamen !
great, AnonYD, navigate the UnnedSta,\ life,beset so many .
be necessary to repair,the damages I ,wrote to the remotest parts by the... indissoluble I The Editor of 'a' newspaper is as well officers as sailors ,: ,
they had occasioned. In opposition Dear Sir.-When returningto chain of domestic,, intercourse completely at the mercy,of all the may follow the fortunes of a man
to all this, and:! in the spirit you last, I contemplated thus perpetuating our national 'capricious' passions ; and his success who is justly considered as one S :
in small ; ,
.of our, lam, where the liberty of I Mobile by water, a existence. : in life. ,depends upon contingencies of oar ablest and bravest: naval '
Florida.
the Pjrrss and speech are conitilutionaliy boat by! coasting plan round, on the 16th Having- novigatcd through ..Florida : and remaiqders innumera commander. ';. ,,, -
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granted-we should Agrecablytothis will no doubt expect ble. There is no one belter1acquainted ., S '
and you
boldly advance the and of December last, myself i of E p"oi, tA ;;r1lt.rW Auful. S
to charge something like a delcription.orthountry with the miseries embarked on our A tctt t'fromi a warm personal,
suffer. neither. personal nor political another person, fromBeard's ';"but I have only time' to tors, than he"who has:the sninage.mentof'tbis Porter .
Commodore oMr.
friendship to win us from ,our intended voyage. is 4he : friend .
its ctifnate paper. ,j '
delightful
riverGeo ? .ot.e'IU.
say Do. *
Altamahaw Nile
Bluff on the says,
path. A solitary glimpse' x>f misconduct recommendation J.D.the .* -, S
in imall boat,,, sixteen greatest I that Cora. Porter,' whose :
is ,) a prised
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in a public! officer of a certain i. poet, JVt** Jtetiwil:teelSfrxctr.I '
language "
worthy '
him :
in length. Nothing that i aspiring 8U !caused IB a ,
feet announced
amply sta, icnt to place us,on our "S print here eternal empire : jut leagtb' .
guard, and to induce us, to a,itch, of "police' happened during our holds" NotWlthstandingt.bCgCP. Commodore PoiitttR-'has; resignedhis I .oqt'Ofeiernet, infringe' ,

*ith jealous eyes, ,their future passage the fl1Otbt.'JOiI'Sj.F.ssVc eral drearinetk' of tjie wputb of com.i t ioniRthe ..Navy"'of. (he barriers; of ::discipline- 4 i. his. ...

course., Such system of cspioPe ( with being salt.occasionally water Hctrj inundated January in otbet\ 'pUces" ,, I 'hare.'.: the United States, and accepted&j oirD'ci.atf'. ; ._oald,'at.&h.1t&d' :

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the allied, navies of,Mexico,and -, *Congressional hoater;r=Out ;for Ibq preservation of public trart-. From 1M EettFlorida IferaJd. services. .During the late war, hew

Colombia-, become the: terror of. readers are: requested to observe l'qoity t This, ,would ,be. a greatfatallti Florida R nKtrB.-Every Jauda.ble as a'EatriotSoldier:.4 ; and served

II tne Spanish; \ Coast, 'Jfl .err not? Gal's i k: 5eatou-, notice,respect?' '- indeed, but 'THE' COUNTRY spirit :deserves an honorable. as.second :in'com ni a ad, .is the regiment

it is .his' destiny, to:exact. from ihr mg ilfie second volurqe of thejrRegister 1 BEFOKt .ALL !" which lathe .OlOt- notice; and i: gives us pleasure'loextend r of mounted., -, Infantry, com

sri tber"'ceuntrbY brilliancy of Debates in Congress, to:of hsf. .paper.VVejwillinake. a tribute ',of, :praise, '0J" manded; Y bistbrot6eh, (now-Sector

of his achievements;' tfn acknow- which w\ publuh to.day. The ; some further extracts officers and members composing a ) Col.. Richard M. Johnson, and-

edgement bf the.Independence of work i is so well known and the 1st nd observations in our next, new company, just organized in distinguished himself by his gal. -

the Southern Republics." Vol. was so favorably( received,. this city, and called the Florida, lantry in the field, and his good

.. that it-is ui.necessary to say more', P 1 lJl1UJ.llCJl7'10?( Rangers his but little more thana conduct in the camp. He has left
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4on the .subject:' \ 1 a k .ince this company was. a numerous family 'to mourn one
From flu Mbany CArawctt. For.the''PeltlaCXJla Gazette.The it oi f
; and 'Consists
-**i:11 t 'n proposed; now of the kindest of protectors.
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Yankee dtscoverieand Inventions. .Ar Hu ,.-
following ant.
i members more than
about 50
lilt i Nat
... .-It. is stated, -in the papers mentioned Cruz., that-tn we had oar received; we* t. ,/.4 f etter. from a gentle.Italfahassee thirty of' whom were in .uniform Intclligenter'f -,-
;that has.discover
an.eastern man written
uponaetu' and formed an interesting part o Tallahassee
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ed, that sweet oil. rubbed "I'UU'Dr dome M'a"'I.Crd'' 4teW.papera. %| article ublishtCl ia 8ug r.-CoJ. George
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your of
a larnilure*, and upon horses, They have been read with pleasure paper;othir es\' three) weeks ,the profession, .on the'occasion Fisher, of this place, ,has now-
or
ago, solemnities in'honor ol
I because breathe spirit the funeral growing two small town
'VIII effectually 'prevent flies from- they relative the Districting of this lots of

soiling the one or bhiog the other. of pure patriotism and a great for the election of membersof the departed patriarchs Jeffersonand sugar, each a little more than half

.The discoveries of our eastern desire for moral, as well as for oCher county Adams. an acre, the one on the extreme

friends: who area thinking people, branches -praise-worthy: Legislative Council The officers are Major Joseph eastern, the other onthe extreme
111 the Penecola"paper,
and oft- improvement see by Woodruff captain, Mr. Joseph S. western boundary .of the
always experimenting, are that they are making a noise,about torn a.
times of'a very beneficial nature, 'EL ASTRO DE LA AMERICA," of.Es- Sanchez, First Lieut. Josef Eliour- The eastern. lot is hammock, adjoins
the fact that the districting
of contains detailed di, 2d do. VVm. R. Taber, 3d do. it
though'sometimes they relate to the 1st August, a in theLafayette, was opened
cambia -known Pensacola
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small and apparently trifling mat account of the organizationof some weelts.before the proclamation John M. I'ontane, Ensign. BenJ'amin last yea? and partially cultivated.The .

a' Lanc&sterian society, for an A. ,Putnam, Esq. Orderly western lot is some oak
icrs. Any attempt, houeever to issued .The- blame is mine more

relieve that noble animal;, the uniform system educttion, according if blame there-be-the fact, Sergeant.The pine, a bad sample of our second

horse, from any portion of the tor to the principles of the standing any \lhus.-The Executive formation this Companyis rate land opened this year. Both

mer.ts to which he is subjected among celebrated author. In Jl era Cruz the most pleasing display oC lots have been cultivated with lit*
afford the
office
I us, during the warm season, there,is to be a Normal School, for information did. not, to enable the necessary..Governor public spirit in St. Augustine we tie or no care, and yet they exhi.

mast excite the plaudits of every the instruction of teachers ; whose I to district the Territory, and have witnessed for some time,as'it bit on this thirty-first of August,

humane and generous heart. diplomas morality and capacity ;I he made enquiry at every. body he is a practical illustration of what the subjoined:>> EXTR \ODINARVRATES.

shall be required, as evidence of men will do, when th. institutionsof .
saw to obtain the best information
the of Profrssors, of their Government are :in con- The lot
From t/te SavanncJt Geortpan.The qualifications he could. In this way 1 knew of western shows a handsome -

f a qufsiion "w- y 1 printeis do the Lancastrian S school of each the division proposed for Escam- formity with their wishes. crop of cane, having in ma

not succeed in their business as township. Premiums are estab bia. I mentioned it to at the ny cases'to the stalk, eleven and
you, ,
well as the bre"ersis thus an. lished bribe t'ncouf3bemtnbotl.. foot businessand Latest from St. J3omingo.-Czp\ twelve matured' joints, and aver-
of letter
of teachers and Two a on sup Burdick of the Schr. Harmony,
pupils.
2\\n.red-unrcau printers work posing that she proclamation would aging through the lot nine ma-
for the head afkJ brewers for the hundred dollars are to be awarcTed who arrived at Norfolk! on Friday tured joints..
follow but it -was delayed
soon
utomach, and where twrnty men to the author of'the best Political I for last from Port au'Prince, informs 'The eastern lot shows a much
from week to week waiting
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hose a stomach but one has a catechism, for impressing youth i the editor of the Beacon that a superior crop in every point cf
answers to letters sent in different
head I with the mo sound arid lucid ideas i- fttiusi &iO&le .a.6I'tfromthat view;and'fiail '. great: number
this
1 that will make hem adhereto directions. Please 8GIt matter 'port about the 9th of July for of-stalks, with fifteen and sixteen

the federal right and use my name if necessary France, having on board, as was joints matured, and
t ndaPeadrnceand' affording an
lP l i @ I.b! t 'aa republican! system. The Govern- butnot otherwise, as I have no" understood, three millions of dollars unquestioned average of thirteen

ambiticn to see myself in print.
of the
being on account second
:=;;:- dollars matured-joints. *
M mC1;t pays 30,000 yearlyfor J"ott.The Flo"ida Intelligencercon-
FHlllAY, SEPTEMBER 22,, 1826. I the support of this Society ; turning the Governor's proclamation instalment from the Haytien Would it notbe'well; Mr. Editorto

it is ordered that one half of the ('.'*ted 29ii July did not arrive in'Pen Government to that of France, for expose this to the observationof

Velrite sans ficur. amourHBappropuated by corpora- sacola per mail until 4th September, ana the acknowledgement of its Inde Louisiana planters, and askthem

__ _
r j-t" M J1 '- "'" was accompanied by the papers of '5th pendence. It was generally
tions for the of schools and supposed to notes.
use compare
Tle Hun. JriiiH M N HIT:, Dcleguce 12th and 19ih August .Can this also be
that the would be
I Haytiens
to Oajrri*Jrom Florida, arrived in this every sU subscription! has been explained By the politeness of a friend Florida Intelligencer.We .
City lat.cning. made in favor of Public instruction we received a paper containing the pro. unable to comply with the condition .j

shall be directed to the supPort clamatloi three weeks in anticipation of of the Treaty. are authorised d and requested to

Ccl White "Cj\uts; us to say,_ that a of the Lancastrian Association the mail.\...Editor. Very few Americanvessels ar announce, DAVID C. Pnn B ,( Esquireas

Tentto. the artid. s_which have been and that all branches y1JJ1J"0 23J3j3 rived at the ports of St., Domingo, a candidate for a seat in the next Le-
finally
him shall ,
published respecting ,
appear gislative Council ai a KepresenUtiye
in a few da.>s>. of instruction, taught in the'Normal J\orfotkt3\st August.Arrival not being able -dispose of their from the Eastern District of this: County.

1 -- ) school and in the secondary of the U. S. .8chr. cargoes, .without suffering heavy,

We' have the pleasure of saying, schools, snal administered gra Shark, losses. And although the crops We are authorised and requested to announce

tis. The U. S. Schr. Shark, Lieut.Com't were considered good, the exportsof ADAM. GORDON Esquire as a candidate
been informed that JOAB
vt ,
lan .
fora seat in-the
Such a p'an provides for the instruction : Otho Norris from cRiize the Island'were) ; high. next Legislative
' f \VILLIAM GAXNES Esquires !have of the mind, inj' so ,abundant i of 10 months on the south side of Capt. Burdick passed, 15th ult.olf Eastern District of this County.We .

been appointed additional Judges a manner, that it must produce i Cuba, and last from Pensacola, Cape Nichola Mole, a French

of election, for the third Precinctof a generation of wellinformed i 12 days from the latter, anchored sloop of war-and a schr. (tender]) are authorised and requested by

tht Second ,Election District of virtuous citizens,who will always between the forts, in this harbor in Co. standing towards the south the friends of Col. Joan os LA RUA. in
state that he will as-member
side of'.he-Island. serve, of Urn
Florida, at O'Nell's Ferry, though'Me disposed to serve a coun- yesterday morning. A. Y. next Legislative Council, if elected.To .
have received no information tryto whose foresight they will be Tse-Shark halt been absent from Mer. ddv. .

ourselves on the 5u!>.ject.. We indebted for the developement of the U. S. nearly eleven months, Corr ..pondtntB.- have
all their faculties. of whl b ti"c-. ha. been From Columbia.-We have con-
in have received the only ..ertkt communication
were hopes to aii file,
Governor'sroclamation by the Under the head "manufactures" forty three days in pert, has sailed versed with Mr. Jefferson B.Nones, xrhich shall' be duly attended to.Yensacoltu.

is an account of the progress of a. eighteen thousand miles and passenger in the schr. Ceres, from
last mail, and e're this to have laid
at before the Public.-but we have Pat, er manufactory, terminating; has returned without losing a. Maracaibo, which place he left on

been,disappointed with these words "in Mexico his man.-Beacon. Maracaibo the 4th of July. The Government L. 5 T1.iU : ?

no: ways necessary to delay me- wasalrongly opposed

.. \ chanical operations, for want of From theNationalJournal. to the movement of Gen. Paez, and
We understand that we have
mechanical for the Mtxi- Extract of a letter from un officer on board had declared in favor of the government
notice genius: : V
: been favored by in the Florida themselves the Con3telationjritratetdated PentacolaJx : and.constitution, in which 0Olt0
t S :cans are now turning
Intelligencer, but not-having !* 25. -
'sentiments Admiral Padilla had
to all the arts which contribute to -
:
article know hi
setn the we not have nothing worth communicating -
concurred.-Col. Avadonio, (displaced
"whether it is of further National prosperity fact
worthy no. except the that newer from the command of 'La- -
ice or not. An article headed -Prejudices" was a ship ia more 'beauifulorder
guira, by :Generals Paez and Es- ARRIVED.
.. which is written with talent and than Constellation ,
: and
calon had arrived Maracaibo
1 ,) at i Sept. 19.-U. Transport schr.
philosophical very significantly she --well be called the crack '
shipof
J7is Militia.! We observe that from Venezuela Bo
defines be on express to ; Florida Baker, Tampa I5ay.-Pc5-
prejudice to the West Indies. Her
our brethren of East Florida, are "the obstacle I crew gota. The Governments to the I leeward sengcr Mr. C. Le Baron & family.U. .
must powerful to
and officers all in
agitating in the Herald theues- are perfect of have also declared S.
human such andeluqut"ut Maracaibo I Revenue Cutter Alabama,
j, ion, why is not.. the Militia of felicity : correct health. Our surgeons reported for Bolivar. The general Foster, Mobile Point.
expressions prove that : today five men on the sick list
our Territory propel ly trganized, 'opinion was, that Paez1'ould bepunished I ENTERED.Sept. .
mustered and exercised ? 1 his the public improvement has, in only, four with partial or slight andtranquillity'be restor: .IB.-Sch'r. Henrietta
our sister Republic of Mexico, advocates wounds received in ,
performance I
question with equal propriety ed on the return of the Liberator.JV. Quiggles, N New-Orleans Cargo
of
might be asked: here-but who worthy her cause. of their duty, and one convalescent, 1'. Enquirer. corn to the Master.CLEARED.. ..

shall ask it ? The people win not, The three following numbersare who hal a billious cholic.. Such a -.. .
principally filled wih a 4tPro- small number of men 'L.on the sick '
for is almost
mustering always A letter from Carth agen3, un- Sept. 16.-Schr. Amelia Roach
jec'tforthe establish ment_ of a com list of frigate after beenin
done with reluctance. Are having
there
der date of the 21st July states that New-Orleans with 11000, brick by
not officers, who have sworn correctly pany of commerce between Asia theV st Indies about ten : the yellow fever had taken off ma- M. Bonifay.
t to perform the duties of and the Pacific the ccmral :pointof months!* is.unheard of, and speaks
ny young ,men. Among these Sept. 18.-Schr.. Bobe .
: Phillippa, ,
which should be the volumes in favor of
Monterey her-
of their off-cea, whose duly it is 'gallant were Mr. Lowe, who had recently NewOrleans.Sept. .

to see into this matter ? We think capital of Upper California, to be Commander, and all the officers arrived in the Lord Melville packet 21si-Schr. St.. Antonio.
called the Mexican Asiatic company attached to her.
there have for these three -
are ; we from England and Dr.' Manet Ratch
icola
Appalach assorted:
for the of the "I informationof
years had -a General, Colonels, improvement can give you no but three months married to' a Cargo by _;\. Me Cullough.
Majors and Captains of Militia Californian .Peninsula ; by Don the state of the Health of the daughter of the British consul. .

but we have never seen or beard FRANCISCO DE PAULA TAMAUIS, a rest of the squadron, as none of The Boyaca and Ceres sloop of AUGUSTINE
'heirivate.. who member of the Council of that them have been in the harbor for August 8th.
o ; compose the war had sailed for
Chagres, toconvey Anchored off the Bar this morning
This exteneiv.
Territory. time.9Splendid
plan, some
Brigades, Divisions, Regimentsand the that had arrived I Marion
.. troops the Schr. Doane, from.
addressed to the President, to be ...
of -
their
Companies com from Peru. The letter adds that cruise
a bound for St. Mary's for'water.
presented to the Mexican Con Contract.It .
_ mands. 11'the Militia laws are : Marriage two Colombian privateers had .

T I .. 'salutary, it is time they were attended gress, learnedly developes pro was matter of considerable sur- bern captured by the Spanish The Marion West
was at Key
found local and the .
to-if they are not, let knowledge prise that President Bolivar re
squadron.-Nat. Int.
i seven days since and recently -
more
them be repealed. It is worse application to h.of.the great principles mained so long at Lima, after the
of distant and hazardous: object of his patriotic visit was accomplished at Havanna. By her welearn

ridiculous! have
than to : laws in We
regret to learn that intelli that it was healthy at Key' West
i our statute book, which arc a commerce. ; but is now, if we gence has been received at the and not more than 20 (including -

I dead letter and only serve to add The Astro of the 3d August may credit report in one of the State Department of the death ofMr. blacks)_ on the persons island.

,to the importance of some individuals contains an article, from the Louis morning papers happily explain- ANSEHSON_ our Minister to An Hermaphrodite Brig from
them tie' iana State Gazette, respecting the ed. The illustrious Liberator was
by giving imposing! Colombia. He died AfCarthage- the Maine on shore off Sand
1.Ve have observed in political movement headed by Gen. detained by the silken cords of got ,
lately
11 the
na, on 24th of July, on his wayto Key Shoals, and was taken off by
Paez in Venezuela. which the love and actually employed in exchanging .
t the South Carulina papers, the trial i- ; on Panama, as one oft e Commis- the inhabitants who allowed
Editor gives his opinion as follows vows, of enduring! affection were
condemnation & sentence of a sioners :o the Great American a salvage of gSOOO -
a Militia officer for neglect of duty ; The services which the and forming a marriage covenant Congress.ational Journal. by compromise.

but in this Territory, .were Justice Colombian ,Republic has received with one of our republican : A privateer named Collabob

from the and Gen:; beauties from, Connecticut. Let-
gallatii intrepid
.in- this respect;_attempted, there
DIED.In Alabama his had brought into K.eyV st,
on a prize
would be riqne. left _unimpeaclud' P ae2' afeof, public,noiTiet, lJ.":: itjb ..! .tiJiRro Lima state, that( the -
from Huntsville from ,
Tuscaloosa
Havana good
to "with.dr
of whom to form a COUNt nor ,eco known:,that, the: FederAl..,Q11I'ern- tel&erjer) of South America has way Y
'
on.the 31st ult. FRANK JONES whichwe're sold there, The whar
\ an officer to order it to be held neat is' one of.the mOJt-pr io udiscoveries en'Bred into a marriage con-.ract

-from the Commander in chief, ever made, yet in, th.e'p with Miss-Augusta Hart, of Say- Esq'U.. Attorney for the Southern flag of the vessel nearly consumed
: brook Conn" of the District of, that State.-Idem.. oar, to discharge* which* she
resent circumstances it would .sister, lady ofCommodore
rlowD not onewe, beiieve, hat r
4 sold
done his duty 1V e speak with \o\'do for Colombia to make any Hull, and sister of the wa. taken ,possession ef ana

1 regard to the Militia of this'Coun- alteration, in her existing, form of lady of the Hon. Heman Allen, our We have to announce, too soon, to the original owners Cora.

are not informed. Government ; therefore the at- Minister to Chili. Miss Hart is the death of another member of The Spanish fleet under

1 F tyfurtherw. We into,, this ass'ac- tempt. of Gen. Paez will be termed one*of-seven sisters, all beautiful I Con ress. Col. JAMKS JOHNSON, La horde was at IIavanayhell .
paper
count 'of copy the formation of a Volun- crime, though in other circum and .aecQto1 iliihcd. If this be of Kentucky, breathed his ,last on the 1\1. sailed, refitting with exPe'dition
: returned
Militia Company in St. Au- stances it might have been much true, his the greatest match (as the'iJs_ August, as we are informed i for sea. Had just _

_ ,t: r under the name of the approved.' 'This will induce us to they 'ay in. Connecticut. ) ever by letters: received yesterday. !from.a cruise, but had taken, no

_ 1 usune* in this or that We Col. J. anew member of thing. It was reported to be very
S "Florida. .Fangcrl.t.---We think say with the writer that we should known country, was ,

Volunteer Companies excise feel much concern at'seetng Gen. hope hia Excellency, will come to Congress- .which capacity he healthy at Havana,
l thai The M. visited the Torlugas
States and consumate less known than he in
'" laezresisting a return into the she United was was
.t..,. spirit of emula'ion productive of I' the Lightship
1I.
a all
.
Supplied
light
and -
of w.
marriage that enterpriziiig
: '. in th* path of dUlY: so that his Government the contract by at Say- an energetic :_ '
.: & pdsomc; appearance at -carJlford Beer,..w tb rope
therefore should be under'the: painfulto brook i ,' in the good old H publicanwny.I l citizen, who had rendered
pleased' _
.
aud b
are
II Milluti .r
: ; '
,
: oakum and to repairI
? life Y. Stotesmani'dug 36. to the Western'CouDtr important pitch,
has been adapted.: !
: 'f, i." .a. iiia: th* plat I \

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ropes lYhtc ht,secured theg, \ .bit. ;;i ." ,:, OF HtE NOTICE & Lumber :anfd.:
b.,IDg also tlYtn, vays' :" ,.;! I'Hic .. LA undenTrne4 ,luring' en(enterSON5WLE2 ) Brick :

\Ve learn also that there a.tr'about,: : Florida.. Intelligencer.tf .?Elcambta eel.by ills.H Olt., the EoU.. ,JL'OU Jt 0( ,,, .. ;: ', '. """ t. .. ",- .' -
.
50 Indians the Cap,_ who. ,are.: : undersigned! [ haTing.be'come'the Estates of Cou'tY".to W-J. )1 y FUNN, admilfi, .DOMINGO'star oU-.the 4} r'.., :,. ......, #.' ,. + .

supplied vith whiskeyaromunition, TELIJGE.VCEl proprietor of the informs FLORIDA IV. ,&; FRANCISCO HEJLDO;: .. .", .'it -. .-, '. '' =. .. .' '
'
fcrticles two men who the public Intestates who have died' : '
other by : that leaving proper -\ #
and it will hereafter
>>
edited and- .. *
and have asmall aloopundtr I lisped rTALLAHASSEE ty in this Territory" 1 Na"Y age.VB qffce : '
reside there, by hid; at ? ,. 7

: their direction. : ''I Hereby Bequests T I f t Pensacola, tat Sept. 1826. 5

I 1 HE CAPITAL OF FLORIDA. all persona.having demands against the \'

TO LET The Editor'is fully aware of the respon i. estates of the said Intestath; to present EALEp Pr p la1s.wil1 be receivedat mJ'ogice. until lit October"next, earths
bihty attached to the situation, and the the same immediately, arid those indebt supply of the following ,matetiasto bUild a commandant's house' black

fBK1CK 'YARD well fitted, the en' qualifications necessary to render Newspaper ed to the same to make payment 'f forth. nitn's snap ana, ..mast house, at 'toe Na r7' .Yard, viz-

,2&jovment of which may be had I useful and interesting to. the, 'community with. to .,r',' .... I .r 560,000 brick 9 inches. long, 41 do.. .wide, 24 do. thick, and of the. first quality '
im-nedfaiely. mss Rituatcd on ,the bay I at large. He doe not lay claim to W. HasM. F i ..
j !
J" -
five miles from Peiisacdla, at the plantation those- qualities in a superior' degree, yetis ... '""il1 ,5'l ,X354' )b>)11( I .' "fT' .. ; .' Fits..1& by,..III.ucr p. ;; I

anciently c lIedlA constant endeavors shall be- to-furnish '/Cl ,p 3* Pieces .Timber Jf s 0 "" ',1 r it.ii 2. 28' -11'
Punta' Gaba eon.For his patrons lth correct_ and early in tees- ," rapp2r'Mpl$. 22 do : I' s.: 2B. 18.' 12 :

further detail and the conditions of 'ence of the pasting events of the day, Pensacola 24tn i C. C. .E. "C.I' i 22- do. : : 29-16' 9' '
"and with inch miscellaneous August 1826268t. .
to the owner, on the matter *swill 11 do. ,
the lea>e,apply :pot render his : : l' 16 9
his usual: residence in r nsacolu he paper interesting. Florida 22 do. so Ct. 9" In. thick
at 11 .
or both having no voice in .the Councils of the Ig. 10* \ ..
daily at places. LUMBER.THE -
being Cal'los.Laval le. nation upon general subjects, it is unne wide running to 9 inches

cessary at this time,to designate the po 22 do.- : : 12 9 'f I
Pensacola,SOtli September_ 1826-30tf. litical course he might be induced to pur Subscriber has on hand 60 M feet 11 do. -: : '18 9 9. '
'
sue. It is sufficient to observe that it choice lumber,' consisting of I }
8. do. i : .1' 9 7
Wo odzcort h's &Melodic. will be an AXEUrCAl'C' />OCIhaving for its Mooring plank, weather boarding, Scanting : '
pbject the &c. which is offered 84 do. : : 11 9 7S
greatest good, of the greatest for sale low, for .
PREPARING FOR PRESS, number. The local concerns of the Territo Calk 13 do. : : 18 9 "4 -

And .oi118ho' uybe Published, ry its agricultural interests its climate, ,Orders for any quantity less than 20 3. do. .: '_ : 12 9 4.
population and various improvements M feet, different dimensions than that 2 do. : : '.6.9-4-
BT SUBSCRIPTION, which are on hand can be filled' and delivered r '
every day making in this interesting p by. 2 do. : :J : 9 6'6
1'R.1 rVOLUMEtltmv. portion of country, will be early applying days previously, to .
JIlodzt', Songs* and Ballads, u mm"ory and zealously attended to, and he feels A Sidney I hoe q lx Haines. 3 do. : : 12125 ;
pleasure in that 1 do. ,: : 1. 12 5
stating some
pastoral sentimental, gentlemen, Pensacola, Sept, 6th 1826282t.NOTICE. .
of respectable literary talents, in different 9 do. : : 4' 15 8 0.

patriotic and religions.By parts of the Territory,have assured him 9 do. : ". : 16 18 8

SAMUEL WOODWOUTU Author of the of their assistance, and will contribute by I 18 do. 28 !t. Ig. 8. in. thick' 10 in.

Champ', i ;""* or Freedom, Magnaniuiity, ,I their labors, to render the Florida Intelli \Vm.TL Stone }. wide running to ft in. ...
Q-iarter-day, New Haven, gencer, a vehicle of general information. 'r+. In Attachment.
jlesiffnation Widow's Son, Forest Rose &.c. &.c. &c. It is of the last importance to the peopleof Effcra( Jones. 3 18 do. : : : 12 8 6 "-

: This volume which comprises, nearly this Territory to have a paper conduct. N this case'suit basbeen commencedand 54 do. : : : 11 9 'I

all the author Lyrical effusions>> (except ed upon independent principles, as the an attachment levied on 70 head 8 do. : : : l' .9.7 \
more Florida is known the of stock cattle,at Jonathan Dearm n's, as .
occasianal pieces,) will include the whole abroad more ., 8 do. 30 81 4
rapid will be the tide of emigration to the property of the said defendant. -t
of big 8 do. : : 33 10 9 -
this favoured region, and the sooner shall A. Gordon, .
8\\e; J\\.e'\u\\iee, she"be 8 do. : : -30109
'halted as another -Ur! la the Plaintiff*' Attorney. 4 .
and be embellished with one or more elegant American hemisphere. The editor there. t --J1 .k 8 fir,l 18 do ..a : 12 910 -,
Copper-Plate Engravings.yVrffls. Fore confidently looks forward to a liberal Pensacola Sept. 10th' 6'1f29.. teAL 4 -' 'do.. .......'...**,.' ,eo' '.. ,.-" Z".. .- 16ft- ,. .10 .- -. I I

.-One dollar, ni boards. subscription list, and a prompt support '
TElMTIOrY'OFPROFOS4LS.Stone 18 do. : : 5 12 9 8 i
New York, July) 4th 1825. from the Citizens of this Territory. -
4. do. : 16 9 8 -
received at this of- -
Subscriptions A. S. Thruston.
(: and Timber Wanted.
7 do. : : 14 8 5
lice COolV DITIO.h S. ,
r- Navy Agent's Office, 1. 3 do. : :: 14 11 5
THE
FLORIDA INTILLIOBVCXXI will be
For New York, Pensacola,4ug'c.1,1826. S 26 Joist : : 19 12 3 -
published weekly at Jive dollar* perannum, -
The fast tailing Schooner payable in advance.Advertisements SEALED Proposals wil be received 76 do. I 169.3

Robert'1., \layne; inserted at one dollar office, until 1st. October 10 do. J :: 18 9 3

per squire for the first insertion, and fifty next, for the supply of the following materials 104 do. : : 9 9 3'

.J C'aPt. Crocker, will sail about cents fur each insertion after, the numberof to *build a whan at the Navy 180 do. : : 10 8 .s .
the oUi n-st for eight of insertions must be specified, otherwise Yard viz :
iOO Bales oi Cotton they will be published until ordered out, 105,468 Cubic feet of tiir&er of the fol- I 90 do. : ". : l'. 8 3. .
nd charged accordingly. .. hioinsr dimensions 'Vi:: 350 feet run of joist promiscuous lengths 15 3 '.

'ppl to the Captain on board or to A. S. T. 1218 logs, 30 feet long and 13 by 14 I I 76 joist : :. 2' -,9 3

N. H. Allen. inches square. 76 do. : s76V l'9 3

I Four or five passengers can be hand. For New York. 1228 do 28 feet long, And 13 by 14 do. : : 22 9 3

sonielf accommodated. The fine substantial Brig, inches; square. 304 do. : : 21 9 3
J'cnsacola, September 15, 1826-29tf. 576 do. 21 feet long, and 13 b14
.. 11 "E ,lAL, inches square. 1700 feet run of.olst promiscuous lengths 11 3
5,852 Perches Stone suitable the do. do. .4 3
of for 600 do.
.t}. IlvFOR} & LOT Captain Gage, will sail in all construction of a substantial and durablewharf. 500 do do. do. 10 :1
SALE. next week, has handsome accommodations .
.. 80 Pieces scantling : : 14 4 S' .
property being situated on the A 11 the logs of 30 feet in length must 4
20 5
THIS Fer 8 do. do. : :
-Streetof the City of Pensaco Freight or Passageapply be of Cypress, and it would be greatly -
la, will be'sold on reasonable and accommodating to the Captain on board, or toN preferred if the whole of the.timber could 90 do do. : : 12" 3

terms, H Allen_ be obtained of that de-s fiption. If Cypress 8 d" do. :. .1 '. : '22 5 4 1

The house is large, TWO STo. Pensacola 1 September '15, 1826 29t f. cannot be procuredfor the whole or 28 do. do. : 23 61 311

'[" "TTj l HIES HIGH, in good qrder.well a part of the balanceit must be gottenout do. do, : : .. 23 .'.8. ,34t' .
11 '. shaded both' in front and rear FOR SALE.A of the heart of Yc11ui PinC' Jt must 24 do do. : : -to ""3 t
_tea. th (laige trees, and pleasantly be free from all defects, particularlywind
uttated.- The Lot is eighty feet in front shakes, large knots and sap ; to be 18 do. do. : : _- I' 4a 31-

and one hundred and sixty in depth and M llO'US'E nicely and exactly hewed,. and out of 20 do do : \.: 11 81 4-

; has besides the duelling; .house and t wind. 8 do. do. : : 10 8' 4a

; kitchen, a large stable with other out- situated on Romana Street in the City of The stone is, to be of the best qualitythat 4 do. do. : S : 10 5 5 't
be in this of .
; houses and a fine spring of pure water. can procured section 12 )
1'ensacola, together with the 6 do do. : I 8t"
and be delivered of size and
The title is country, to a
f indibputable.Mary t
shape most convenient and desirable for 8 do. do.- : .' : a 16.63&

t t : Le Baron. not of Lalli\. the purposes for which it is intended. 30 do. do. : : 11 6! 4 .1

Pensacola, 20th Sept. 1826-30-8t. All the above articles are to be deliver 8 do. do. I : 30 5 4So

l ot: lle11\\tes. on which It stands, being half of Lot ed at the Navy Yard, Pensacola. The do do. : s 16' 3
f 1\egiBt number 190 and containing forty feet time of delivery will be fixed in the con- 140 do do. : I. 25 4 3 ,"
t front said Roman Street hundred tracts and must be governed by future
on by one arrangements 180 do. do. : : 31 4 3
I In the fires, and will be published and seventy feet in depth. for the .commencement and '
&c prosecution of the work. The 90 do. do. : : 18 Sa 3t'
before the next Meeting of Con- For terms Apply to materialswill
t grr,.. Ma. Moreno y da. Rivas. be subject to the usual l inspection a 28 dodo.. I 1 .. 16 sa 31 .
the Yard, and will! be .
payment made for 2000 feet of J inch plank
7th 1826 27 tf. .
GALES SE.d70Jv'SRegister Pensacola, Sept. -
them only as they are delivered. 16100 do ; :
" of 1)e!)ats in Congress Register & Receiver's otice.HE Bond, with ample and approved Security 900 Ii do. c -- t 18 4 ivide
will be for, It -
VOL.11.j required the exact: and
Register and Receiver of the faithful execution of the contracts. 1100 J i do. : : IS.q do j

Thii volume will contai.1. 6 Land Office at Tallahassee inform -Samuel 11. Overton 900 It do & : 18 5} do. 1
those who are interested, that the officeis 15 oJ 5 do. -j
A full! report of the Debates and Incidents J\ 1100 It do. : : }
of the Session of now open for the reception and adjust I avy AgentIt -- 12 51 do. j
which
Congress will be observed that the time for receiving 6300 1* do. : :

': just closed chronologically arrangd. ment Congress of claims, approved, arising the under 2i2: day the of act April of proposals for Stone and timber for 500 Ii -do. : z 14 12 do j
a Wharf will expire on the 1st October
1 do.
avail 2S000
1826. wishing to
2. Every person
An Appendix, containing a com- insteadoftbe lath heretofore
plete list of the Members of the two himself of the benefit of this act, must aJTbe: Editors as of the Mobile' published.Commercial 62000 cypress shingles : 2 \ do, i
louses, with the President's make 1mown'his claim, by delivering.anotice
Messages to and Florida
Congress and other leading State pa in writing to the Register in which will Register please cdpy, the above Intelligencer alteration of, The timber must be yellow pine, of the first quality and 'free from all' .de- ,1I
-
pers. he must particularly designate the quarter 25-9t. fects, such as windshakes, large knots and sap, and to be gotten out agreeably to
proposals.:
3. ?? complete Copy of the whole bo- section or fractional quarter section I the exact dimensions .given in the bill. The agent reserves the power of' in- I
dy of the Laws past during the Session. which he claim A quarter section'isunderstood I creasing reducing the quantities and qualities above specified, at any time before -

4. A copious Index to all the matters to consist of one fourth part Brt.actfrom the Circular a f the Secretary closing the contracts. '
contained in the volume. of an entire section, and not of two eigtht of the Treasury to the Receiver of Pub All the above articles are to be delivered at the Navy Yard Pensaccla. The 4

The volume for this will contain parts of different sections, or two halvesof tic money, dated the 22d Feb. 1826. first delivery must be made about the,15th of October, and the balance as the materials -

double the matter of the year volume of last different quarter,sections. One dollar In addition to specie ,and the bills of are required. They will be subject'to a rigid inspection by the officers of -

venr, but will afforded to subscribersat and twenty-five cents per acre will be the Banks of the United States and its the. yard, and payment will be made for them only upon evidence beingproduced :

the rate of Five Dollars. The numberof required from each claimant, at the time Branches, which are receivable in all pay.. at this office of the delivery and inspection.
extra large Brevier which it of making hi entry. No more than one ments to the United States, the moneys It is desirable that endorsements be'made upon the proposals, hewing whetherthey
pages section can be entered by for the wharf or for brick or lumber for the
will contain is expected to exceed a quarter anyone receivable for public lands in Florida are are made for stone or timber
thousand. individual. The sons and overseers as follows. The notes of the incorporated above described buildings. *

f We shall not undertake to magnify the of settlers, who have not made improvements Banks in Boston City of Kew-lTork,.Philadefphia Bond, with ample and approved SeCurltY'Wln be required for the exact and

importance of work of this separate, distinct independent Baltimore, District of Columbia, faithful execution of the'contracts. "v
We are more than a content with description.the verdict of those made by their fathers or employers Richmond, South 'Carolina, Georgia, Samuel R. Overton.
will not be entitled to pre-emptions. Ne.w Orleans and Alabama. But this
which Navy .Agtnt.
public opinion has passed up- All claims must be supported by the testimony permission to receive the notes of localor 27-5t. '
o t the first volume. We will only add, ; 5 \
of one or more credible and disinterested state banks is to be in force
only
that the second volume shall excel the witnesses, whose evidence vided that those banks specie pro for (TT: A3 mechanics are confidently expected to be,here, to commence the' ones
first t.in typographical execution as wells pay all hereby notified,that the time of receiving
must be given in person before the Register their notes on demand and are otherwisein on the 1st of October, persons are
arrangement, an entirely I new that and that .the first delivery under the contracts fur
type and Receiver taken in the form good credit. Fur the information of proposals will expire: on day,
having been procured Expressly for it. be about the 15th of next month -,
of a deposition before a justice.of the purchasers of public lands each Receiver stone and timber, will -
1 ,
Gales & Seaton. !peace and duly certified. To entitle the will publish in one newspaper in his District The Mobile Commercial Register and Tallahassee Intelligencer will please insert -

Aug. 10, 1826. claimant tothe right of pre-emptionthe I a .list of the description of funds the above advertisement" until 20th September and forward'"' their -accounts totbis ..

following facts must be established. 1st, which he is Iierebyauthorizedto receive office for payment. 8.R.0. n. ..
-r\\' O\\-r Taxes: IUjplIK that he or she was the head of a family" and he will give notice in like ma'nut.r'of

of twenty-one yearn of age or upwards, any change which may occasionally.take AN ORDINANOE.FOR SALEHOUSE : .
undersigned is now prepared to on the lstdayofJantisry,1825.-2dthat pl>>.ee. But in all, such publications f A ,-.
receive at his office, the Territorial he she did on or before the lit day of \ /the Po .:
r/8uq'lffl
and. or will state.that although f forUeaccommo.dation .-, :.ft'ze.IJf.r 1 & LOT ,.' ,
County taxes, as per assessment made 1825, actually inhabit aijd culti. ,,
January of purchasers the Joed 1 ;nd State Tact ofti't.Gtty of&ntacola.'Be'iTttdalried : -
.; .
by Mr C. Evans,reccvProf'taxreturnsfor oflind which he Government Street intheCl '
section <: situated *
the \
vale 'quarter Bank Writes> thererii''ent: : rated artrurpresent the"BoW .n.
'
f
the present year. A')d also (as the law "or he may cUimS-3d. that the said receivable; it 1.z b drat 'I 6g sha.*Tbat Aiders" tY 7 of Pen.coltb Lot is known in the i
\ : any
require) tbesrrears.oithe Poll-tax for claimant has not ,removed-from.,this Ter- jit&rofMe'City ilan of the City: as number-282: and con80 -
be in
made ,1 with
tbU
payments specie tj p a found in City, .
the years lt 4.5t waking .for the two ritory. When the applicant claims,as the of the Bank of the Unit d, Spates i; ;y\Qt'\iBrancbes'l person or visible persons honest occupation) ,'or Ulna feet in front band 170 deep.ovt .
}cars, ,the fet m of fifty cents upon each representative of..some'previous any ALSO FOR LEASE ,
free legal and that,as the r ce.pt.or"nj subsistence, hall) be held and
male of t'*-cn*y..one of age, and this additional fact must be means '
years settler, proven of the local or State Ua 1kNut s'may'' 'be considered asTagabonds and Vagrants;
like sum upon all slave above the age The office w.ll be closed on the lit. discontinued at any tilDe\fiUf t1t'previounotice a condemned by ,the ".- }

.1 17 and not exceeding oU years As theAmounts Monday in January next, after which,no it will be well for those.who have and Mayor as to such'mayb labor on the.public streets or ; x; fortenyearstheTWOZ
together lire'el" small, and the received.
) claim wilt be payments io_make ,to provide themselves _. -
first that has l' works '
brer called fur s.ince; the R. K. Call with specie ur'notes the of the King "
oi Bank P Alba y m****mm- -
changeof t" ; government, it is expected G.'V.'Vard. United States or its branches, do' uard ,. the City bf Pensacola, together with the
"'c, will.be paid iii without delay; and against any change thaL.may be found, j Prendeht.Passed Lot'
'
without cost or trouble. FORM.Mr. 9th September 1826. 1)rW1 iiQmm'iQ"
'f. proper )in regard to the notes of ., ,,
'\ 'V m. Davison,, G. W. Ward, Register the Land local or State Banks. No bank cote for ,G. R A...Ricketts, \JI Q / -
Shy. J2,. CSun/y. Office lit Tallahassee, 18 hereby' notified a less amount than five.do"", is to be received f' Seers t m''J. on which it stands i ,$s'much oft Ue nt. 'i

_Pen acola, August 8tn, 181ti.-:.:;8-tft.Executed that .1 claim .the right of pre-emption 'in nor. any that i*not,Buyable on de Approved 9th" September,'1826. to,be appropriated finishing the house ;.
the. quarter of section No-- mall ." -' JohilJerrison as may be. necessary.For terms and ":
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F LLNIjNU llan No.-- inthe ," fu information enquire of Col. JOBS:
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Wcatcrn,U District, .!Florida. I "'- r : -. Mill *A Beer v -: '
with dcefiattn at. this 1 :I .J}c eiver.', co.Se L't3 l826-29r-3t. Pcnlu 6Ia! 29th August, 1826. 27tf. ;
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I % 12: Tf a.route' .should be discontinued& f CLMATION.W 1l' ::2d.-AtAmeIa-Ts1aild ::tFcmndina-ju.
P1l A\I By tbePresidentof;! United '.
Charles Seaton Thcrau
by Congress, or become useless, in'whole- ,t. -., -. ges's .: : Reynold*.
carrying mails of the Unld States. i ;7rJ _.'..-, and D nunp; costa. .
FOR or inP&ft,in the opinion of the Ppsf-Mas- "
,
the following Post Reads I. Wio 1Wl 4th at William; Frink's house; judges
on
ter General, he, may limit or dispensewith Yu pursuance of Law, I, JOB QUI1ICTUAzAiii ; ,
t will be received at the General Post Of. the service oflhe contractoron making President brthe United States : Governor oftF&eThi'itcrzlOf Florida. William FrinJr, Brilton"Knight. ,and Janes

I \ lice, in the City Washington, until the ,him, an allowance of one month's cf Ameri ,'1o hereby proclaim and make compliance with the provisions of the_ G. Smith. "
Within the
I 10th
\\ 12th day October next inclusive extra pay. known, that a Public Sale will be held at IN' section of the act-of the Congress DISTRICT" all the following
of Duva\
assigned limits
\ Florida.. 13. The contracts are to be in operation the L and otfice at7 Tallahassee inVest i of the ,United States, entitled "an north and of St.Johns county river

i .. 263. From Burnt' Corn, Alabama, by on the.first day of January next and }Florida on the third .Monday in January, act to amend the several acts for the establishment Thrre Precincts west

r toad Forks, or Frazers, to Pensacola, to continue Tour years. 1827, for the disposal.of the Lands situ of a Territorial governmentin 1st Black creek-;.at the house of

'twice a week, 94 miles. John McLean; ate in the strict- '. of Lands offered for Florida,approved.the 15th day of May briel Priest judges Gabriel Priest the
; ; Ro
Leave Burnt Corn every Monday and Postmaster General. sale at Tamhassee, and in the townships 1826, bert Hutchinson and Andrew

Thursday at,6 1-2'a m and arrive at Pen. Post Office Department, July 12th, 1826. hereafter Designated, viz It is hereby made knctwn to the people j 2d-at Jacksonville,$the court Brincony house
3 FractionalHownahipft No. 1 and 3 Florida that the ,first Monday in
tacola on
1 on Tuesday and Friday by p m. 26-7t. J. D. Hart, John Warren
and
udges
t Leave Pensucota every Saturday and TmrtK'orUipge' No..'2, west, October next, the polls will be openedin Francis'J.; Ross. ...

: Wednesday at 9 a m and arrive at Burnt \\ing off CYvfca: % \ Vri tionif. "tnsVip No.2, north of the several', precincts, and _respective 3d at the house of Charles Bronardtt
Corn ou Sunday la"rJ Thursday by 6 p m. Range NOJ 2V westf I c districts, as hereinafter designated, for
Bronard
264. From Peosacola, by Gadsden c.h. 'THE Subscriber, bo.ving'determincd Fractional townships No 2 and 3 the purpoSe* f' electing'' the thirteen judges and ; Charles Eubanks \:\m. Starre

Jackson c. h. and Walton c. h. to Tallahassee bring: his business to a temporary north of.Range No.. 3, west, C.fj I members of the Legislative' Council of Stephen Within,
llth the
once" week, 220"mif L I close, will sell off at reduced! prices, for iractional.town&hips No. 2 and,3 v-j o I this Territory,under the restrictions and signed DISTRICT limits. ;"All the ,followingaj.

Leave Pensacola every Wednesday at Cash or approve paper, his present stock north of Range No. 4, west, cE yj qualifications contained In the act of and of St. Johns river country within south
east the
6am and arrive at Tallahassee next -consisting of Fractional township No. 2, north of u Congress above recited.

Tuesday brlO; a m. Fine &sup. blue and bl'k broadcloths, Range No. 5, west, = The persons named as judges in the boundarylines of Duval and St. Johns

Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday at 2 Blue,bl'k.mixed and ribbed drab casi. Fractional township No.3,north of c following enumeration hereby ap. counties, and north of the city of St. Au

I p m and arrive at Pensacola on Tuesday. meres. Range No. 5, west,. 0.W 0.o pointed and required to preside, at the i gustine, and"north of the road thence to

265. From: Tallahassee, by Sewany Tartan & Caroline plaids, bombatettes, Fractional townships No. 2 and 3, several precincts to which their names Buena Vista.

t and Dills, to St. Augustine, once a Valentia, toilinette and Marseilles vest- north of Range No. 6, west, are attached. Where all the judges do i Three Precincts ;

\ t week 237 miles. ings, assorted, Including the County adjacent to the not. or cannot, attend it shall be compe. : (1st at Kingsley's Bluff;judges; M.Jenkins .

Leave St. Augustine! every Tuesday at Bl'k senshaws, sarsnetts, figur'd bl'k town of Quincy. tent for any one of those named, to pre. and Samuel Kingsley.

3pm,and arrive at Tallahassee the next silks, Also, townships 3, 4 and 5, northof side at the election; each district to elect 2d Samuel Fairbanks' houseyudges;

\\l Tuesday lOa m. White satin, green florence, Ranges 9r 10,11 12, 13 and 14 west, one member.1st. Samuel Fairbanks andjames Hall.

Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday at 2 I. lll'k and colored canton crapes, plain including the Chipola country, and partof .DISTRICT; within the following assigned 3d at the bouse of Francis P. Fatio ;

p m and arrive at St. Augustine the next' and figured, the Holmes' Creek settlement. limits. *AH the city of Pensacola judges ; Francis P. Fatio'and Lewis

Tuesday by'10 am. : Women's .worsted coloured & silk hose, Also!: fractional sections No. 2,3, 7, 8, and county ofEscambia, west of Palafox Fleming.

266. From Tallahassee, by Decatur e.1 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 ,.

I.' h.: to Pindertown, Ga. once a week, 160 Women's white and coloured kid do 29,30 and 31, in fractional townships No. (by Emanuel's)' to Claiborne Alabama signed limits, "The city of SU Augustine

; .. roiles. 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

Leave Tallahassee, every Wednesday Coloured Cambricks, Dimity, sections Mo. 23, 24, 25, 26, 35. and 36, in One Precinct road from said city to Buena Vista and

at 4 a m. and arrive' at Pindertown 'on Plain and figured book muslins, fractional township. No. 3, north of Range At the house of Antonio Collins-judg. the,southern boundary of St.Johns count

Friday by 6 p. m. Collarette, 4 east, all I of u hich fractional sections are es-John De la Rua, Robert Mitchell and ty."

Leave Pindertown every Saturday at 6 Cambric and mull do. Insertions, bounded by the Lake Mickasukie.The Henry Michelet. One Precinct ;

a m and arrive at Tallahassee on Monday White tulle, plush, striped muslins, sale to commence with the lowest 2<1. DISTBICT: Within the following as. City of St. Augustine at the court

'. by 8 a m. Gingham robes, Bolivar stripe-, number of section, township and Range, signed limits,-."AU the City of Pensaco. house; judges; John Y. Garey, Reuben

267. From St. Mary's, by Colerain, Bangup cord bl'k silk velvet and to procee4 in tlie order designatedi n la and county of Escainbia lying east of Loring and. P. J. Fatio.

Crawford on St. Johns, and Jacksonville, Brown Holland, yellow nankeens, this Proclamation. Palafox street Pensacola, ami the road 13th, DISTRICT; within the following

to St. Augustine once a week, 100 "..ies! .Irish linens in demi.pieceslong lawn, The lands reserved by law for the use thence, (by Emanuel's) to CLubornc Ala. signed limits, The boundary line of

Leave St. Mary's every Saturday at 4 Linen cambrics, threads assorted, schools, or for other purposes, apd the bama. Musquito_and Monroe counties."

1.2 p m and arrive at St. Augustine on Ribbons assorted, fractional sections bounded by the Geor Three Precincts; Three Precincts ; .

>1io. Monday by 6 p m. Bl'k and colored Galoons, gia line, will be excluded from"sale. 1st. At the court housejudgesTimo 1st at New Smyrna judges ; John Ives,

Leave St. Augustine every Thursday at Waist belts and buckles, flag h'kfs. Given under my hand at the City of thy Twitchell, Emanuel Bonifay, and Joseph Charles F Smith and Jesse Hester.2d .

j 0 am and arrive at St. Mary's on Satur. Cashmere, Gras de Naple andgauze do Washington, this 20lh day of May, A.D. Noriega.2d. at the house of James Darbey ;

.' day by 10 a m. Artificial flowers and wreaths,tapes, 1826. I At Florida-judges; Henry Wilson, judges; John Addison, James Darbey k

Notes. Bl'k Ostrich feathers, pcail buttons, John Q. Adams. Andrew Simpson and David Kelker. Henry Willmon.

Coloured flag, madruss h'kts. Cravats, the President 3d.-., t Oneil's Ferry : judges; Mr. 3d Key West judges; Samuel Fry,
1. The Post-Master General By ,
may expedite John Whitehead and
.
Linen checks, | and 4-4 co. do. Parker and William Taylor. Mr.Fitzpatrick.Given
the mails and alter the times for Graham
Domestic plaids, stripe and shirtings, George 3d. DISTRICT: Within the following assigned .- under my hand at the City o

" arrival and departure, &t any time during. Co. ticking, bear duck, sheetings, Commissioner of the limits : "The boundary lines of Tallahassee this twenty third day of Julyfin

I a tke continrance of the contract, he paying Letter paper, spelling books, quills. 17-30t. General Land Office. Walton and Washington-counties." : the year one-thousand eight hundredand
e. an adequate compensation for any extra twenty-six, and of the
Scissors, pen & pocket knives, razors Six Precincts; Independence
I expense occasioned thereby. in cases, Office o",the Com. Gen. of Subsistence > 1st. : At Barrow's ferry. Judges : Jeremiah of the United States the fifty first.
2. Seen minutes shall be allowed for
Table knives and forks, razor straps Washington, July 1,1826 3 Saville, Robert McKennon, *nd William P. "Duval.
and closing the mail,at all offices
opening will be received
and Proposals Jesse .
paste, SEPARATE Bryant.2d 25-6t.
vdierc time is i
<, no particular fifteen specified. Needles, pins, thimbles, fish hooks and until the first day of Oc. : At the big Spring ; judges. W. .
3. Tor minutes
every delay, in lines.Spectacles. r tober next, for the delivery of provisionsfor Lewis, Levi F. Miller, and.Collin McRea.3d '

I arriving after the time prescribed in any in cases toothbrushes, the use of the troops of the United ;, ... ilaqua ; Judges ; Charles S. NO''ICE.DZPA.RTMENT .

contract, the contractor shall forfeit ten Whip, hand arid cross-cut saw files, State, to be delivered in bulk upon inspection V. Jones, John Barkley, and Michael OF STATE, 7
dollars and if the delav continue untlthe
f ; Gu* locks gun flints, as follows : Vaughan.4th July 14, 1826.$

E I departure of any pending mail, Brittania,tut.inia & tinned iron spoons, A: Pen scicola. ; Dempsey Jones' house-Judges &JTXO} obviate the risk and delay incidentto
is lost forfeiture of
whereby a trip a
Stock and pad locks, cut tacks, 600 barrels of Pork -Dempsey Jones, Paul M. Jones,and Ar. the return of the Bank Notes
double the allowed for
amount carryingthe
Shoe pincers and hammers, awl blades 1250 barrels fresh fine Flour chibald Anderson.5th. from this department, not receivable at

mail one trip, shall be incurred, un. and hafts, 8000 gallons ot good proof Whiskey I ; .it William M. Loftin's house ; the Treasury of the United States,in payment I
less it shall be made to appear, that the
delay was occasioned by unavoidable ac Screw augers, mortice chissels, 550 bushels of good sound Ueans Judges William M. Loftin, Silas Wood, for Patent Rights, all persons desi.

Wire and hair sieves, frying pans, 8800 pounds of good hard Soap I I and E. 21Ien. rous of taking out Patents are requestedto
cident in which case the amonnt of
a trip, will be forfeited. These payfor forfeitures Weeding hoes, trace chains, 4000 pounds of good hard tallow Candles, I I 6th. ; .\West Point ; Judges ; DavidL. transmit with their application, such

t it will) be observed Men's superior and common saddles, with Cotton wicks White, John King and J. Barker. Notes or Drafts as they may know, or be

) are uncon Fine and com. plated curb & snaffle I 140 bushels of good clean Salt 4th. DISTRICT; Within the following assigned advised, will be available at the Treasury.
; ditiona), except for the failure of a trip,
unavoidable accident the bridles I '. 2250 gallons of good cider Vinegar. limits, commencing en the .western July 15.24.lOt.QJ'Pubhishers .
by penalty
the for Thaton may Saddle bags collars marlingals One-fourth on the 1st day of June, 1827.i Bank of the Chipola at its intersection of the laws of the United
be reduced
to pay one trip. Men's fine & low priced shoes &boots, One.fourth on the 1st day of October.I with the Alabama line, thence down States will insert this notice in their papers
is
condition this sum or the otherpenaltif
no
Women's morocco and prunella shoes. 1827Onefourth i the Chipola to the mouth of Russ's mill tentimes.CAHTOHMKJTT.
s stated, to be remitted.
4 J t 4. Persons making proposals are required Children's shoes, straw bonnets, on the 1st day of December, :. creek, thence up said creek to its head, BROOKS ?
Wool beaver & 1827. and thence to the Jackson
hats, hats castor rorum corner county -
to state their prices by the year.Thoe FLORIDA July 1st, 1826. 3
hats And the remainder the 1st at Hill and north and
on day of or near Hickory ,
I who contract will receive their fi WILL receive proposals till the 31st
,1f brushes March, 1828 west with the above recited line in Jackson .
Cotton cards sleeping :
,! h pay quarterly-in the months of May, U October ensuing, to furnish the troopsof
Cotton twine It is understood that the Pork to be County. .'
bagging, baling ,
: August, November and February, one the United States, Army, that are or
loaf contracted for is to consist of Two Precincts
Imp. & young hyson tea, sugar, an entirelio' ;
month after the expiration ot each may be stationed at Cantonment Brooke
.f quarter. Madeira, TeneriHe and Lisbon wines, to the barrel, except feet, legs, ears, 1st. : At Vicker's StorejudgesOwenWilliams with fresh beef,from the 1st day of Janu
Cognac brandy Holland gin, and snout, which are inadmissible Henry Oneil and Doctor Ztesha. !
5. No other than a free white person ary, 1827, to include the 31st day of December -
shall be employed to carry the mail. Sup. chewing tobacco, common do. Sholld the hog be of less weight than 2nd. ; At Cain's Store-judges Jonas 1827.

intends Best brown sugar, Havana cofiee,. 200 pounds, the deficiency is to be made Daniel, Arthur Foster & Elijah Calloway.
6.Vnere the proposer to convey The beef will be required to be deli.
assorted German steel fat side No 5th. DISTRICT Within the ,
Cut nails of'good more
) } up peices. ; following
the mail in the body of a stajje carriage vered to the troops in two days in each
Sweet oil,lamp do.copperas, than one head is allowed to a barrel of signed limits" all Jackson County not'
it in
he is desired his
:, to state pro.I week (the days to be designated) in such
I ; I points; and the stage must be of sulfi- Vinegar, pepper, allspice, pork. The contractor mayat his option, embraeced by the limits of the fourth district. I i quantity as shall be required for their rations -
BroWn and tallow candles exclude{ the hams, and make the deficiency ."
unless otherwise soap} sperm up -,
hit size, expressed, to on each day. And I deem it necessary -
I
Window glass, cider in boxes, with good side peices, Five Precincts,
accommodate jeven IJasse"lgers.L II to apprise those who : choose to
lead and shot assorted The Candles to be made of hard 1st. Onnan's nay
,
I Gunpowder, good ; store-judges-Tho's. :
lfkr in his bid
fs. 7. E1') proposer may ( offer to contract for the supply, that the
'l to make any impjw.. <-nt in\ the trans Castings, ovens, pots, spiders and and tallow, with cotton wicks Russ, Joseph Russ & John B. Jackson. beef will be required to be ef the best

.f pbrtation of the mail from the terms invi. Irons, The Pork, Beans, Jo'lourVhiske\', 2nd. ; At Simms' store-judges-Walter which the market can afford, and particular

I f ted, either as to the mode of transporting Tin _and crockery ware assorted, Salt and Vinegar, must be delivered in Davis. C. C. Nichols and Isaac Robinson.3d. attention must be had to the butcher.
Northern lard, hams, and secure barrels, and the At Big Pond Green
the strong Soap ; ; judges ;
it, the s>i>weu rcquiied, or frequency ing thereof, as a rigid inspection it wilLaiwaysbe
\ of the trIps per ek-whlch shall receive Mackerel and mess beef in half barrels, and Candles in strong and secure boxes, i Patterson, John G. Smith, and .Cornelius, made.

'of due consideration. Shad, No. 1. beef, codfish, &c. &c. &c. of, a convenient size for transportation : Graham. I

J. Jerrisuu jr. The Pork, Whiskey, Flour Vinegar, 4th. ; At Irving's :Mill ; judges ; John : Persons offering to contract, will make-
; The number of the post route shall be their proposals in writing, sealed and directed
in seasoned heart of white oak barrels B. Roberts, Peter Simmons and James
I t stated in every bid, and the proposal must Pensacola, June 10th, 1826. the Pork in barrel} full hooped I Patterson.5th. to 'me at this place, stating the
I be sealed and directed to the General1'os.t rate per pound,in a single bid for whia
The to be the Jii Jeremiah
provisions inspected at : Corley's judges
Office, and endorsed .1 Praposalsuo they will furnish, and they shall be informed
a FOR SALE. time of delivery,and the ontractor to be John Lott, Jordan Smith and William
Strict attention innst be given to the endorsement of the acceptance of their propoSals
liable for the
McNeily.
jP as it is not intended to break- fflTEHE subscriber, Executor: of the last expense ofinspecting, and ,either by letter from, or on personal
All other 6th. within
until DISTH1CT the
k the seal of any proposal, until the time for EJhi Will and Testament of Francisco delivered expenses at such store.houses, they are safely be limits.U; following lines assigned of application to, me at Cantonment Brouke..
as boundary
( receiving bids shall have expired. Touard,late of Pensacola deccased, offers designated by the United States' may Gadsden on the day above montioned.
8V 1 he Post-Master General reserves for sale the Agent. county.
,: following property, belong- John Page Lt.
The privilege is reserved to the United Four Precincts ; ,
to himself the right declaring any contract to the Estate ofthe said dcdeased viz
ng :
States of I lst.AtIatthew Fain's And Jlsst. Com. .
increasing or diminishing the housejudgesM. of Subsistence.NOTE
I at an end,whenever one failure' hap. The undivided half of Tract of Land
i: u-hicli amounts the loss ol a trip. a quantities to be delivered, one third, onjiving Ni cholson, Thomas Speight and Mat. -No proposals will be received
containing
pens sixty days' previous notice. the\\ Fain. after the 31st October, 1826.
9 Thc distances stated are such as t
t hate been communicated to this office, The power is reserved by the Commissary : 2J- .At Sharod McCall's house judges 18-18t.

and borne of them may be incorrect : on 4J@ & mlSituated General of Subsistence, of reducingthe .Henry Yonge, Sharod McCaU and Marc -

this subject the contractor must inform North East of Bayou de la quantities, or dispensing with one Harvey. I Notice '-
or more articles subsistence, at all the 3d-vit Andrew M. Johnston's house- :
: himself.-1'he Department will not be Trucha, on the bay of San Mary de Gal. .. PPLICATION has been made to the
posts at any time before entering intocontractand judges- Joseph McBride, Alexander
answerable' for any mistake. vez, about twenty one miles from the this previlege is reserved Douglass and William H. Ellis. Stab Bank of the United States for the

10. In every case where the'mail is, City of Pensacola : and aHOUSE ; I renewal' ofthe, following describe; notea
independently of: that of reducing one- 4th-at the court house-judges-- ... ,
transported and the present contractor vi?: -
stages
third, on giving sixty day's notice previously Archibald Smith .
Wilder
4 sen. Henry and
shall be underbid, and the under- D.No. 16 to
payable
& LOTin to each Benjamin
delivery. But it is probable Thomas B. Wooten.7th .
bidder shall not have such stage: property that alteration Morgan,at the Office ef Discountand
no or reduction will UISTRICTVitb1n the
I as may he necessary for the performance following as- Deposit,N. Orleans,dated Philadelphia
take place .previous to the contracts signed limits, The lines of
boundary
of the contract, he shall be required: opuiaae the City of Pensacola, fronting on being made. ---- -------- Leon 5th April, 1819, 100F.
county.
: from the pre>ent contractor, at Alcaniz Street, said lot containing 52 feet No advances will be made in case Four Precincts No.! 1619, payable to Chas. S.

a reasonable valuation,the whole or any front by 80 feet deep and known in the whatever, but payment will be made any ; West, at do. date, 1st May, 1825, 100

; part of the stage property including Plan of the City as number t 12. evidence being produced at this onlyon ot Ist-Ianionia--at the house of John lIa'Is.jutlges.John H. No. 34, payable to Joseph

horses that may be suitable for the service The above property will be sold on ce of the delivery and inspection.It \ Havis, Charles Ponder' Saul, at do. date 10th May 1818, 1GQ

: and make payment therefor by i credit-one half of the purchase moneyto is expressly understood, that at all and Reuben Manning.2dMichasookyat. ,E. No. 4716, payable to,Chas. S. '

reasonable instalment, as his pay becomes be paid in one year and the remainderin the depots and stations, the salt is to be the house of Col. West at do. date 2d May 825, ,5,0. ,

due, or as the parties may agree. two year?, Payments to be secured ruceived measurement of William Bailey-j udgcs.-Wi I I iam Bailey, "'. 9749, same, date '4th Oct. -
by thirty-two
These terms <'mbe_ made a condition by: notes, wiith a mortgage on the pre. quarts to the bushel. John G. Robinson and John D. Edwards. 182-, 10-

in the ace ,tance of any bid under the mlses. When bid is and notice 3d-Tallahassee the house of Char A.-No. 2542 payable to J. Coney .
a accepted
,
bid of the j.t fse.tt contractor; and should Desideno Quina. thereof given the the les Pindar-judges-fide Van Evour, at., Philadelphia, 1st Jan. 1817, 20.

_____ the underbidder tail to comply with tnem, bid refusal ta person'his making John Me Iver and Edmund Doyle. A. No.: 1514:; payable to I'. Seip- :
Pensacola 17th March 1826-3tf. or neglect on to give
_ his bid will be offered to the present con good all-sufficient security within part a reasonable 4th,.-St; Marks at the house of JepthaGilbertjudges.Uobert at Philadelphia,1st.Jan., \817.. 20

tractor but should he decline making w D Jourolman,
the contract at that rate, the proposal of : lutor: mationVante4.. 'titoe*,to be specified" by this Ie- John Hamlin, and Septba Gilbert. ,
part mental will then e'at the option of .. Z4c2!
the underbijlder will be accepted uncon 8th DISTRICT; Within the following assigned "
____ tbis tie'paWroeritto consider the contract
: ditionally. (q OYE seven or eight years past, Mr. forfeited oi'notIt limits, The boundary lines of The above mentioned notes were enclosed

; 11. No bid shall be withdrawn after Elisrnait asque of Lancaster County that Alachua county." in a lette.f'of instructions, delivered

the time for receiving* bids shall have expired Virginia, sent his son John Basque to U required unknown persons to this making pro.. Three Precincts; to Capt. Andrew Boyd, of the Schooner -.

I and should any person refuse to the State of Georgia,in*care of his Uncle, posals'must whd'are their bids Department 1st-at the house of Edward M. Wan- ,Caravan, of New-York, which vessel

take the contract at his bid be shall bed Mr. CundifT, after which the Uncle re. ompany from by letters judges--Edward M. Wanton, John went to sea from this. port, on'the 17th

held responsible to the Department for moved to the State of Alabama, and the recommendatory who, known gentlemen Fleming andThomas Bush.2dat day of Sept. 2325, bound to Jtagtred ISland -

- :, the difference between his bid, and that youth John Basque came,as it is supposedto respectability All, bids are to the the house of H.G.Loper-judges for_ a Cargo of salt, aad not havingsince

at which the contract shall be made. No Pensacola,'since which no tidings have Government. will be unaccompanied received -James CUten and H...G. Lopr. been heal of it is supposed. perish.
- not :
bids shall be made known heard of him his 'friends. ; by such letters ed
'decisions on been by in Vir that all :d-at the house of John G. Rails- at sea."
I. before the 18th of October. The assignment ginia.If It is desirable proposals made judge.8.-John G. Rails, William Gibbons. \ Stone & Nisbet. .
be sealed in a separate envelope, and
_: ofaflYUfltt without the consent Jo h asque is living, he will much and Bennet Maxy_Dell.9th" .
for Pensacola 27th 8t.J3w
1826 13
marked 'Prosposals furnishingArmy ; May ,
- General shall forfeit his sisters with
.of the post-Master gratify by communicating DISTHICT; Within the following as- r

it-and. in all cases where application is Ultra ia Virginia or by giving the Editor of Subsistence. be made .m. drafts the signed limits, "The' boundary lines. of : > -
I m..deto die Department to sanction a this paper such Information as may be interesting Payment to on Nassau county. kenridge> s EulogyA
at Washington, or some At.
the rrns. must be fully stated. to nte', &'any person knowingany Department Four Precincts
p transfer, lantic city, or in Treasury drafts of specie ; few copies of Drackcnri e'i: Eulogy
contractor or his agent en- thing concerning the abovementioned .. ,Rose's BluflT--iudges-1-Jfames T.pneil ,
stV.d a banks to the Westward. oAtne lives and characters w .
.gagern, the transmission 01 commercial_ ohn Basque, wether Jiving or dead, will paying and William Mathews jun;. -

_ I ion, br expresicm his route more confer a. great favor on his relatives by Geo. Gibson, 2 -at the house of D. Higginbottom r ADAMS AND JEFFERSON. ,

.. tbk ie wail, he &.haU forfeit his giving information at this office Com. Gen .,8u &i4tnce. judges-D.Higginbottom, Rigdtm Brown are struck ofTin pamphlets,and for tale at
j .pidly ,
contract* fcnucola, J My 21tf a2i. 33-lCt. and Uwcllca WUli&ns. the rem ala )

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