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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 29, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Sou EDITOR AKI Pmornirroft; navigation for twenty ty ot selection of membrra
anlnr"a'lin8.e'b and
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Publisher of the law of the United Slate. years. This important experiment, which for ? next .Legislative
the
grant
Conrc'j
ex eatt: will not exceed four might determine how far the
and the TenitoryofFlorsda. obtained in If
of was desire
recently from the Government you to see_ this
SuBSCRirxioif-Year 5 of Guatemala shilling a foot more than. itf 'expended habitants.sere. capable of make g flourishing Territory '
and
Half year 3 throughthe ,:.in the common mode a suitable selection or persons, to prosperous ; its '
Quarter year 1 50Subscriptions presence of Col. Williams, our' foreferyflueerected/ advantages frame.laas conducive the poputation augmented, your lands
to wel
i payable in advance.; Minister, by Eol. De Beneski a* wHch are secured by this fare.' and "prosperity: of_ ,the country in demand and bearing a fair k

AUVKBTISIWO 'EVery Advertisementof gent for the comPanYswho arrived plan arc- :irst, the ,certainty of a ..,directed that the members of ce-industry and the..er.l aria t ..
width of one column and measuring in this and
country after encouraged
having. promoted
accomplished a wise
quick an out Legislature should
anduainterrupted secondly be
not more than twelve lines of this his ; elected and wholesome '
insertion dollar purpose, early in ,' of by the' body o flaws establilbtd -
type, first one each tfe'prevention an accumulation people.
weekly continuance fifty cents; longer' the present month, and who was tf soot ,'thirdly, the im- In conformity ,with the provisions justice faithfully and

and wider ones at the same rate. Rule recently! in this city. possibilitylof accident from fire ; of the act of Congress on this if diligently administered--in fine,
and figure; work, double price for the The whole ettent of excavation, and fourth facility yonwhich desire_ to see the atigma -
and atioy ,.alJ, a subject,_ the Territory has been
first insertion. Advertisements will be we are informed will now rests
not exceed upon the
credit
tastefully displayed, according to the seventeen the of cl nsing, by machines, divided by the Governor into thirteen and character of Florid s -
miles ( distance !between removed
nature of them, and will be measured by which will altogether supersede districts, for each of whicha I beseech ,
this size When inserted the lake and the river) which the member of you seriously ,to reflect
matter pf type. painful Necessity of employingclimbing the Council is to be onnext the choice
at intervals, (that is, not inserted every will require a lockage of 200 feet. borg. Another advantage elected. Six of these districts are of members for our ,,

week, from the first to the last insertion The work is required to be com is also ained with allotted to East Florida and the Legislative ,Council., Lay aside *
respect
each insertion will be charged as a new pleted in 18 months, and it is said to the election is j all,local prejudices and parli.Utiel. .'
for appearance of the chimnies to take place on' the
advt'rtisement.-Amounts advertising will be Let one sole
commenced with 6000 object bo
payable always on demand. on tops of h ules. 'The :present I first Monday October sex:. kept io view- 1

those who wish to advertise by the year. will be mate(and,doubtless. raise to.o ':&rogerousibigltfiifr. was. .p,isaed_ very serious' doubts country. *V*'*''* t

Hasell" ttJ": Communications Hunt, Post Mast directed' 'PenscoU toV.. ,. a qf successful incorporation one)of'tb'o'LeBtstatnof to obtain an act... 3id -the be ttrraiomioatiSr dilated' 'the ft .Were'- ,,.:, !\t f.i u ed. ) Y.rA.: QJ' bigblJ.aapeetable Selecj.{ :such esteemed men as are is most'society rectedaod },,
-*- tops"or anu.nt.U'S.at t men
attended to ;
wiU be duly this State. The style of Ihe ehimnirs completely hidden from I in the Territory, as well as by ma for their integrity public spirit,

-" MlSCELLc, ,V E: company is, the Atlantic and Pacific view. We bate een a model and ny members. Congress, whether inteJligencej knowledge of business -

.... Ocean Company.The drawing of the lane, which, at i the inhabitants of this Territorywere firmness, exPerience, industry., zeal, .

From National Intelligencer agent of an English company once exhibit the limplicity, of the yet sufficiently ripe in discretion and independence of mind, .' ,+

Situation of England.The was desirous to obtain the grant, invention ; and tie only surprise i ,, judgment, good sense and of the devotion to the solid interests I '"
or to participate in the advantagesof I of country 7
unparalleled distresses is, that so valuablcan improvementin independence mind, to choose

which have visited the manufacturing it, and offered a large bonus for the art of bu ding should so .the most fit persons for the execution Publius.From .

districts of Great Britain, involving the privilege ; but it is a source of long have escape! the research of of so important a trust -
gratification that the enterprize as that which is confided to the the A
its
: in their vortex, immense those who have experienced ne ational InteK fi terser June 29. :
masses of population, who can see skill and means of our own. countrymen cessity.-At present the demandfor legislators of a country. It is unnecessary Medical!Literary Intelligence 4

no hope of relief from the wretch have been charged with the patent bricks exceeds the to recur to the reasons Some time ago, the proprietor f

edness, despair, and starvation the execution of this trul) great un power of the patentee to supply ; which were urged on both sides of the .Medical Recorder offered
} dertaking It can scarcely fail to bea of ibis '
which surround them-have naturally but arrangements are making interesting question. Suffice two premiums, of one hundred .
excited in the minds of the source of wealth to the company, which it it hoped will enable I it to state that jt was deemed. dollars each, for the best essay on

reflecting, the most fearful aPPrehensions and advantage to the whole com builders to bring the plan into universal : advisable by Congress to make gout and rheumatism,and the sup
mercial world. ; It be the experiment, and thus early to pression of '
for the consequences, adoption. may proper hemorrhage' from _
E F which, it would seem, must inevitably to add, that the principle is accustom the inhabitants lo the .wounds, &c. The essays for the -}

result from such a state of from a in late the London Construction paper.Imfirovtmentt capable' of being applied to thetops privilege of self government first premium has been examined
and bottoms of old flues with Whether this privilege will be by Dr.Hartshorne '
things. It is stated in the latest Philadelphia
Chimnict. .
of in the
i
Perhaps construction continued
by Congress, as long as Dr.
London great ad vantage. Macaoly! of Baltimore y
that the Government I and
papers 01'a
house is
there no .. Florida remains under a Territorial Dr. Francis of .
New
,
are at length convinced, by part more difficult, or liable to so; Governmentwill York, who. :
unqoestion-
Nalniik have
the representations which have From the Whig and Banner. awarded the prize to Dr. :\J.. '
many objections, as the formation I We understand that in this ally depend upon the choice which Page, of Richmond
been made Virginia
to them, by gentlemenengaged of the-chimnies.; nor is there any neighborho don Saturday, a man, the people shall make, at the ensu The Essay wilt be
published in
in '
the Northern manufactories *
part in which impedimenta to com ing election of memberfeof the-Le
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whose name..wehuve not learned the next':number '-;b'a iviedical
and from i
their own abserrations fort mo frequently arise. Thereare Council.
received a dangerous wound froma gislative If a majoriiyof Recorder. jn the -
that public subscriptions arequite few who have not experienced the Council press. Also-
should
knife or dirk, while engaged in prove to be a prize 'EaaaJ.on peumonia
inadequate for the relief of inconvenience-of( SMOKY oeiMe men of limited capacity and bilios8"
fight ; and that another occurrence very : by Dr. Cartwright, of Natchez
the distressed. In answer to somr Alas, and who have not been putto of a similar character took information ; and altogether disqualified the commencement the ;

r application on the subject, from' serious expense-often ineffectually in either from want of education transactions ;
; place about ten days ago, another of the Medical.
Society or-
the
Committee at Lloyd's, Mr. -to remedy the evil. We .part: of this county. Englishwriters' intelligence, judgment, Virginia, and other original inte.
'Peel,it is said, advises them not are glad, however, to find that a. and English travellershave sense, or independence of mind to reatinl.communications. _

to tqake any attempts at raising anew scientific man has turned his attention > been in the habit of com make wise and wholesome.-laws rif The review of" .Sir A. Coopei1 -''

subscription, as the Govern- to the subject, and that after P lat 'f of.the Western practice they should turn out to be mere Lectures l 1 be closed. The

m eat have determined to adopt a ,various experiments, be has at of gouging, because it exhioiteda a partisans of the Executive branchof will be given, ex .t&ied'tq plate al
more extensive to
and efficaciousme.a.sGrt.Baltimo.re length succeeded in suggesting want of refinement. In cease our Territorial Government, the orig,naJ... Many other in t .
American. plan by which all the imperfections quence'of' the almost universal 1 and blindly! devoted to all its plans, reviews will be cresting f

A Liverpool paper, (in allusionto hitherto known to exist .may be practice1 carrying dirks and pistols for measures and conduct, right o To those that are unacquainted gtees.r

these distresses, holds the fol Completely obviated. This planhas and the frequent use made of wrong, then indeed we cannot expect with the Medical Recorder, it

lowing strong language : In ouropinion been submitted to the judgemerit them, we. think that gouging is ina that Congress will continueto not be improper to..II ate, that may the -

'. the time has arrived for of some of the best practical fair waj of being entirely] aban* allow us the highly important work contains, besides the original =Y

tne country to meet'the difficulties architects of the day, and has received doped, forthe. more refined, gen privilege of electing our' Legislators. communicatioBsy the spirit of the w

in which she is involved. We areat their unqualified approbation tlemanlYand honorable practice We shall in such case, undoubtedly Transatlantic and American medical

peace. and may adjust our affairs ; and it is now applied not of.: dirking and, .lJ olinK. In sober be.deprifed ofour elective ]journal Also reviews of the ,

: for the present state of our only to all the chimoies erecting seriou occurrences of this franchise the next Session latest medical publications of 1 x

finances restmblei, in no slight in the new palace in St. James'Prk kind have become so frequent of of Congress., We well know tfia t. Great Britain and the continent of
degree, the state in which France but to the office and the' laws of this Territory
post late, that.they-argue very little in present Europe, embracing the most important -
was when she stood on the I all other public buildings in have called forth the strongest reprobation
verge progress. favor of the t FiecCJ of our laws, matter they contain.
of :
.
the Revolution, and when the fhe public are-indebted to and to pert pat.a, distance, they from every man of ca n- The.Journal'contains more than

virtuous Turgot Cold his infatuated Mr, Hiort, the chief examiner in must exhibit j I a wretched! ,state of dourand intelligence, who ha nine hundred pages,equal to from ''.
,
King that the first cannon ball seen them in the States of the Uaiori.
his Ma ess s office;of Works; for society ;xt.&dthbeooate too much -;. seventy-five, oreighty closely print
which was fired would involve his have excited the
this useful invention and this for They ed a
; the CashioAor.'he'preEeut day, pages month.; price five dol.
Kingdom in bankruptcy. We gentleman has devoted much of every insn,. wiTen' he thinks him scorn and indignation of Con lars per annum. .4

ought, then, to seize this.opportu* his time, by evening lecturesto explain self aggrieve!. to.( aYenge his.own fl. acts of the With a view to give more timeto

nity, and, by tbe"adoption of wiseand to builders the advantage wrongs," '¬ resort to the laws Legislative Council.were. so obviously the candidates for the premium. '

vigorous measures, place ourselves and simplicity of his plan, which of his.counti'Y for redress ; he is absurd and iniquitous that, OB the essay on"'the suppression of '
in a position lo repel insult consists in the substitution of fluesor Congress ,were compelled to a-
too. ,chivalflc to appeal to aught hemorrhage, Ecc. the tme, of hand
and to compete with other nations. tunnels of any diameter, capableof but the digger and the pistol. nut them. Many mor of them, had icg in the essay examination is

The expenditures of the country being incorporated within the they been'.dulf.transmitted to the 'from ,. r
Such violation of the public peace postponed, the first. day of
ought, with an unsparing hand, to usual thickness of walls, instead of should net only be discountenanced President by the Governor_ so that, I August until 'the first day of November

be reduced. The. public property the old plan of square flues. Each but pit down. Justice should they could have been taken up and next. The successful essay ,,

ought to be appropriated to public flue is surrounded! in every direction rise in her ma'eatyaad chastise examined by Congress, would will: 'b e published in the number f

purposes, & if this be not sufficient from top to bottom, by cavities with tht utmost, severity, every doubtless. have shared the limerate. of the Medical Recorder for .'
lei the Crown Lands, some of Let thia'ci rcum stance'be awarning '
commencing at the back offender, Let it :once- be made January, 182?.
portion pf the enormous revenue every fire place, .and connected manifest that punishment- will to us, not to lend'again The Prize offered by the Medical A.
of Corporations, and,of the Church with each other. The confined to Tallahassee men so ill qualified of
be air certainty follow all such offences, Society the State of Maryland, .
applied to liquidate the national within these cavities is the heat for,the highly important duties for an _
by and dagjrrs and, .p istole. will r$- essay OB cholera infantum,
debt ; in short, let all .ProPerty be of any one ,fire rendered, sufficient* main in their scabbards and holsters of Legislation., We require a total has been awarded to Dr. \:.art- -

taxed for tbi| purpose, and let us, ly warm. to,.prevent. condensation 'change; in a matter, of such wright).of Natchez, author of severa ,
-
in a manner worthy great nation, within,all the flues, contained a deep interest to the character, d ) prize essays published in the .,r

abandon those expedients fraught 'the same' stack of chimnies 5' and The following article from the East Flo- welfare of tills Territory. aWe Medical Recorder. v

with danger to the'State, and: destructive what renders the new invention ridi< >: Hqpjd( contains to .much good think it may with strict ,Perhaps the .Medical Society of '

to the,fortunes. & happiness more important, is the1] fact that toond sense;that though it'was watt'en'e truth be affirmed' chat.. it is .m'ore Maryland may embrace the following ,

of the People, We may, equivocate the flues 'may be carried in :.any- ,fur the ercthrenwa... ';'of our" St,'. A ; badnessof oar.' lawaand offer:.
b cannot do'better.tbaa',re-. the''I 4e 'Irregular.a& >dilatory : :
much : oe .
as direction.wlth much
as we. please, : as' facility"asa
carom) c t'C1.it e.'at ..cr, ,u ur Withaviewtoaid the science
ih
of in
administration. justice
= .
we .after ,
inV
without
may adopt one expedient i .leathern pipe thelightest ''readers;-EditorJPt of medicine/.tbe of the Med-
another but from this T errltorYioccastoaed by those pages
: we cannot disguisethe 'degree; .deviating TO'TPt"ELECRJas'tPtTBE' BAS? '
fa laws, than to;flay':other. cause, that icatRecorde'-a..n! : : respectfully offered
ct/the Government is intbVveot : the 'original. circular.form> It TEKN DISTRICT OF FLOWDA.Fellow ,
t, and, like individual insolvents would be difficult, by.mere verbal CJfefttt.Tbe: periodapproaches :hls .country..}since its- cession to to all'Bledcal' societies, for
United States has made' little the publication of their prize aDother
we must make a cproposi- criptionj,to convey an adequaidea te when it will 'be Jour the so '

tion with the public creditors, wipe .of the whole of the plan ;, but duty to exercltc_ .the most important 'progress' population, settlement essays, that' .may be ap.proyd -. =4'1

-_ off our old, debts, rePent.-our former i'ibis capable ofbeingmade.. clear privilege that., can be enjoyed and ira provement.Ne. of by the majority of the ***3?
societies from whence the ,.
follies and the commonest under a free goerDment.-that of ..man of industry and prudence eisaya
start again on' equil to ,! capacity by a '
terms with other .countries intne few minute instructions 'The choosing your.'oa ,iegislators.- will go, with his, family, to may come, .Farther to promote!

race of national prosperity. work:is accomplished;>> by the 'a'doC Hitherto the ,members'.of'the Legislative settle! in a.country where' the laws their interest, the proprietor( of the, ,

.; Council of'this Territory so' obscure and defectiveas Medical. Recorder will furnish.
.. bricks of.a peculiar'shape/for ; are vague number of. .. ..
gratuitously a capita ..
,
by t.he to afford no protection either !
which has been,obtained haver ties appointed <
a patent ; \
from$the Albany drfutA .,. and the-Wde of,placing! those President ..d *..the -Unitedi'States, person or property j where th* for the use_ ofthe members. With
great .EnterA rizeThe"Go, by courormabi.to 'ttie practice which' administration ofusttcrle .so' .feeble a.vjew to keef:.the.. essays aniformjo .

vernmcut of Guatemala Has grant* brick* which-10 'a are numbered Which ac- has uniformly' 'bet- Adopted In all irregular and,dilatory, thatjtyields .< .a* ,, 'a';Jrolome. ; the pagweshall n
cording modelvwith-
ed to iH.' Palmer.. >Eiq. and oiners for enrorcing.tke"obliption .. be;kept regalar for each .
under security
the National
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the errltol no
.
th workman is provided;"a per ,ea,-. Y
of the orNew-Yprtf au'rf when have
City ,,- bow of contracts. society ; : .they a
Congress ,
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the d dicularborizoDlal,or. urv shape QovcrnHjrot. ,
right to direct'canal safficieat for
open'a fellow-citizens these are evilt quantity printed t
,
.. every'_tthe.Iestaiuoa,Ito gratify My
FarUi't.tbc
it attained with/the greatest -
communication, '-for 11lprrottI: ? e circular, form' of the, flu ',what rtras.then, thooghl::10, .be "the ojT great_ g It !is t a 5rattans. I volume l ; :a'title page and z'l .,.

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given uiih the essay closing( if, TbaUkc CmiimUleo respectinvite -. there.are feelings! cf'afectiop and. jjublic. 'Un: s in 'tte, Senate, ,were jcfsion.in his pocVet, tyr .wtcb
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1' the volume. By the shove arrange'inert ,ThUy. '. Cot., .While to partake of -a gratitude, inspired by tfie, generous: 'West rJi'..members I was assured, I you w'ere. protectedind that obtained .
mrtUc.ul I societies will gain public'-dinner, to'bl:',given hint at such. and almost 'ananimuuj support( fram'other, sources, that if 1 embarrassed ,at my .instance, and. pln.m'
time and' be convenient..Kcsilvcd '
place: as most .
j several important: objects, 'viz : ftft That may William Sebree, Thus. the people of J"ckso| County,, ,in the ,gran!, tby 'wobld argument) I cannot imagine.

..."Iy) .publication ,of their'.says, Wright, Henry Michclct, U. E. Iliurc-li, he late flection, which, sh&uld\ Induce ,! oppose the pre- mpton Bill <. His ,ExrelUocy's tease cf
mid an extensive circulation of M Crupper, J. de la Kua, N. H. Allen and me to convince them that J which- there was considerable opposition justice, would 'assuredly have

their transactions any cx- baml. ilambleton Esquire* be appointed : have, not only protect.q.t" i! interests -' ; ('[this some idea maybe prompted him to defend me froman

'pt"n,. ."b- a Committee,to cat. r/ into effect the lore- with fidelity ..bU'.los'' no opportunity formed. from the fact that the unmerited charge, and saved

Tnc faculty of Maryland has accepted gin.\ tt:the olutions.ml meeting adjourned until 5 to give then, any .information Senate have refused successively' you the alarmexcitemcnt, and disagreeable .

the offer to .publish thii o'clock to-morrow evening:, in my possession, which for ten }-t-ars.ro grant them,- in other sensations, under which

prize essay in the Medical Recordcr. At an adjourned meeting, on Wednesday : could contribute to veirx prosperity places. Lmadr'a: calculation you laboured for want of information

.t It will appear in the next the 27III Sept. the foregoing proceedings happiness.. uf falsehood that it would require a longer. if he had recollected it. It
} number. were read and approved, and the reply flies ,and truth. cornel lumping. .af, time luan until the od of the could not have escaped the intelligence
of Col. Joseph M. White to the invi- P .5
.p rublication office of the Medrc.il Recorder, t-ilmn uf -Committee WJM presented ter Jit, them 'i i&aoSiae' Qonsfolaiidn:? seastantif passed, to locate: and discrimination of his ,
)J .'.0. 24 South Eighth; iticel, i'hiladelplua and read. i knb\ving, that ge4t f stp bJfcwill" 'tlie'.l I ladcJ: fc return,tile location for 'lf.xcellenc3.that if.a 'law.in 1823, .

"'.I[ N. U. Editors of Newspapers, friendly Whereupon the meeting adjourned. repair the tcmbor&ry ,injury approval; even if they killed halfa giving i a donation! of k": Township' ".
?: tu the promotion Medical science; are ilyestr.r Bill; which the calumnies, of par\izatis dozen Kentucky horses olD their ofUnd to. a seminary of. learning, _,

f r requested:: to give the-abote_sm insertion.FU1DAY :. Chairman 0 or enemies have don and} punish. precipitation, which _,1 could. nol to be located and approved by the .

', W. H. Hunt, I their authors and 11 de'1 goGuesI reasonably eypect, in violation of Secretary, did Hot have precedence

i ,IPU5! (!j &kAa Secretary I :>)' *. rent"wed.cODfi. tnce in him the pledges of the Benefactors of over the settlers, a law in 1835,

J. SEPTKMBEtt: >9.-1326.Vcritt I The following are the invitation and 'Xl&JSc constant exertions hive been the Institution.I. I knew too, from in the same language to an Assy

.V :- -S :: reply. devoted to their servicj That : comparison of the two lawsthat a lum, could not hold over .them. '
[.t.i; sans fieur. Pensacola, Sept. 27th, 1826. !! misconception, 'as to this. 'motive location only, could sot constitute {The principle is the same, the

< .ii.iI i :::;----- -- _._ -_--- ---S __ S- : SIR-The undersigned, a Committee I i and execution of measured, should a title to any specific tract for.the ; question is ihe same, it was decided
selected the Citizens of Pensacola,
I t It Esq.\Yearertqurstedby to state, that he has Ron not EIIT been MITCHELL, is not have the pleasure by to inform you, that they I exist: is perfectly ;naUralt l and : Assvlum, without an approval by and that decision sent II) your S
"It no\v, and will not be. a candidate for a I I are instructed to offer you their congratulations that it is the lute of eve/y! man ina : me Secretary ; and ,if, by even a Governor, if he had recollected
4 s tat in the next Legislative; Council ; the l in consequence of your safe arrival public station, to be fie subject i I subsequent law, a specific quantity it, k would have saved the trouble
S declarations of" others, to the contrary: amongst your constituents; and to invite 1 of misrepresentation ant abuse, isa was given to.youdofining the spot of writ'ngto the Commissiontr of

i 1r cuululute notwithstanding.! The report>> that he is aSS Mr. you Collins to partalce Hotel on of Saturday a public n.dinner. xt. at I I fact so universally supported by. around your improvement, before the General l Land Office, for a aim.
in falsehood' and
originated
probably; got for electioneering was In obedience to these instructions, the experience! that do Jl ot expectAn the actual approval, it made it, I lar one, to quiet; your apprehensions
I
J QSCji;. The candidates up remain as hereto-pur- undersigned would do injustice, to the exetnitionfrrnn it::..all that can : from the passage of the law, private cf losing your l lands-I am .
lore announced v feelings of those by whom they are deputed i be expected is, that ttv honest and property and not to be ,included forced to the conclusion that he '

-4k--- as well as their own, did they not of credulous, who have aen.imposed in their location. This bad forgotten it, as I am sure a reciprocity .-

t I Much spuce in this paper is'devoted their tender confidence you the unfeigned in your talents assurances: integrity upon by the artifices cjlhe designing proposition was so obvious, that I of favors would have! induced -

..Col.to viijdication ofluis character which and zealous devotion to the interests of will have the magnanimity todo could not conceive, that any one him to defend me, as i defended
White has
1. offered in the
answer to
5-. ILspel ions which have been industrious' your constituents. justice if !the vindication is satisfactory would ever imagine, that an un. him last winter id, the
ly circulated, by his enemies, during his The undersigned beg leave on this occasion ; this, I an/icipale/ from I locatedjfloatiug grant, to be placed House of Representatives) when
absence from the Territory. For an explanation of their to tender you, the and considerations my; knowledge of your ijiielligencc in one of three Territories, would &ome part of his official conductwas
esteem.
he, of the grounds of these evil reports ". highest respect William bebree. and sense of justice and' tc that have precedence over a grant by arraigned. 1 did not writ*:

lends! through has been the medium called of on our by col-IMS Thi.. Wright. this mvpciil l iS made, with .perfectconfidence. .I Congress, investing others with a about ihis,_ grant, because you

'1mn and it is hut an act of justice Ily. Michelet.Uanl. c' fi-*' >t-... paVucular .tract; such an absurdity. .could not be"injurea .PJT it,'if located -' ..
on our part, to lay his defence before our S E. Burch. As soon as I satr the essay of wa not within the pale of conjec. :in Florida, of which' 1 waJri.w'- .. t
readers without (IIVISIOfl. In so doing, M. Crupper. CIVIS" an a-ns\\eriwas; .despatch ture. However make assurance certain, the'decision was made by
Jn.de Itua.
S \\ e cannot omit to express the great N. II Allen. ed, which did notreaeh iheEditor doubly sure" I consulted the the Secretary, had been communicated -
pleasure, which it gives us to find it so until the bfore arrival of the and to the Governor and
full!!, able and s.ittsUctory. Falsehoods, Sand. Ilambleton. day : my Secictary Treasury, I
wen stuck to, may: be as goad at the Hon. Jos'.ru M. WIIITC.I'ensacola at this place ind as I found a 'was confirmed in my opinion, by I I supposed would be in the instructions _
truth for a short tune, but it wiil, sooner Sept.27th, 1826. number of other jollateral charges his positive assurance, that the of the agent. The law was

u:" later, rise in I its uujjtit and put. down Citizens GESTIEMAH of Pensacola Your,note tendering,in behalfot me their the alleged! against rte, 1 shall enlarge preemption law, would 'have the your shield, and in every aspect I

I Loth them and their.mvenlora.. congratulations on my safe ai'ival here, I the reply by .-a jnssing notice of.tneJn. preference; and he 'was the judgeto -saw no necessity for writing i &:
I
1 I whom it ',referred. would as soon have
after a long and unavoidable absence and was to. thought of
i 'Our Harbor. inviting me.to a public -dinner on .Saturday So far --from twng offended with 'l"heBill was too general to justify writing ! I S The 'United Stlle!' Frigate COXSTEL- next, has been received, with the the candid and naniy production my interference; and I (feared to to let the agent burn your housesor
I Z.ATIOX, Captain: WOOLSET, left( our harbor sensibility and emotions gratitude, that
of'Civis" I gratified with the excite to ,inter pull conon
on Sundky morning bst, the 24th inst:t the respectability of the source from opposition yuur up your as to 'BUg'-
tin a cruize; the Officers and Crew all in whence it proceed* and the'houor it co... occasion it p re deals of vindicating ests. I expected the passage of gest tht: possibility his takingyear '
ilr.e health. She had smooth water and a ferajustiy entitle it to. my character; frtrn the expressedor the pre-e ,option( Bill every day, & lands, which I bad taken "so>
S gentleind at.J went over .the bar iHS Tile obligation I am placed under, to implied .censure it contains, not hcped that this would hasten it, much care to secure for you.
handsome fct,le and perfect safety It may the Citizens of Pcitsacola) ,, by tllis testimony The '
only in the sugge&vions presented having the honor of the patrons next charge is, that I corresponded
be \vell remark of their of con
public
I tl) tint-although! it U'1sm approbation my
ordinary tide and had fallen considerably, duct, has been much enhanced, by tile by rhe location vf the land .unexplained of'the Assylum pledged, that they with the Trustees of ., '..-.. : ..
I ,, the huil plenty of water and never touch kind und"flattering nutnner, in which the but the inforniaiion on would not takt" any advantage, tif that Institution, recommended
ed. U'hciiUhc Frigate first attempted to invitation is communicated. S winch it was 'founded. Previous she law gave it. I saw it was. location in Florida & volunteered
I
s:il, it \\'as under very similar: ) circumstances The honor ot=such: a distinguished i testi to i he main subject of dhcusaion physically impossible. that it couldbe my services' effect bat object1
S -there "'asL sufiictcn): depth of monial of confidence And approbation, and his
I oil's
my acknowledgements located and returned before the excellency \Vm. P. Duvat
water to have enabled her to go out with must by every one, animated by the bcn.
t case but the wind chopped round sudilenly erous impulse of our nature, be highly' for the good opinion the writer is end of the session, and I did not pledges himself to prove it. This ; I '

., aad got ahead-a continuance ot.thf appreciated ; hut to me, whose 0 motives pleased to express of my-capacity know or believe thai it would be is high authority His excellency
l S t'.iir breeze fifteen minutes longer and conduct upon a :ate occasion, have I and humble f.ffottf.OD aii. ther occasions located Florida; for these rea- Wrn P. Duval did not remem
V. would have taken her over the bar. been impugned in reference to a subject, t 0 serve the ,!'Territory.. sons 1 did not. oppose it In tbe ber to forget this, ifhe forgot"the .
The first attempt vas made about the in ley aid to whiel. I am 'conscious of and I am gratified that House of Representatives and 'I letter. If he has
perceive pledged himself
rectitude the
period which the cqumoiial weather having acted with perfect ,
commences; the weather immediatelytssiiined expression 9.1titic\ion.froU1 a respectable -I a? is not one' of those, who under do not think you would require to prove his, he has pledg .

t a menacing aspect, and Ins-beo; community, Is peculiarly b"' litying. i the pretext of fee.lydhcU8&1Ug more if they were -"as plenty ed himself todo a difficult thingto ,
I until 1 a few days pant blustering and un. 1 regret, tseuUemen! that the very short : public measures, and the prolec as blackberries., The bill prove what does not exint
settled. It was of such a character! that a, time 1 have to remain here, added to the tion afforded by it, pervert that passed.and I then heard -it was and although 1 believe almost
t icssel would not have left of the Olin privAte and public en-, any
any port )
multiplicity
privilege to the most vicious doubtful whether it would be thing be
pur may proved, I fortUnately
.. to decline the
r United States, unless her orders haul been will compel : e
t 1 urgent. This, we presume, was not the garments Honor intended. On the day appointedin poses of insidious attack 41d. private located in Arkansas or Florida. 1 have .it -in my power to how
,. ruse with the Constellation and she was your note, I am under previous and ahus .. went into the Senate and complained I that this charge-is a ;falsehood,'
i disposed to remain in pun until a change( indispensable engagement, and on the; If 1 have upon,any occasion, a. earnestly and loudly, xif i no matter what evidencejie gels tosupport
weather, when she could sail out without da alter, it my health w permit, I con* bandoneci interests it. J
) your lam; unworthy the injustice '.delaying our business > distinctly. state I
the least the inter.orof
k incurring risque or out to
responsebility. setting
template
ii Territory, and from thence proceed to of your confidence, If because we had no Senator; never 4I corresponded with that -
t fftIf The detention of this vessel by equi- Augustine.. In the mean tune, ever)'. howxver, I have oeen atimate iby I was told that our bill had 'b<'..n Iimituiiou recommending a location
lJ iiox'ul wiMlLer, and perhaps: other rea- hour will be devotu to business, long neglected the best motives ai 4 made amended, by adding the claims in Florida" -nor'" volunteeredmy
.vjnx unknown to the public, should not and to the exchange of those civilities the m si strenuous efforts' your of Mississippi and Alabama, services: to effect that object.*
>_(j. operate'ii the least to the detriment whtctindividually: I have received i' be hall, you will nave to Settle the which :had been .rejected every The issue is now fairly made
i cur harbur, which j is certainly the bcsi from the-Ciluens of Pensacoia and the& ; vi- up,
1If south of the Chesapeake. With steamcsels cinity. account with those who have raised year since 1819 and that, --unless and my accusers should producethe

\ to tow snips in and out,such a yes My regret however, is somewhat di- ine hue and cry against me could get them through the.House, proof., So far from it, when
fid as the Cons'.ciiutioii: enter and shall ;Dmof them i niAVfd/i into the Bill should the law
iiugat mint&lictl! by the reflection that ; our go down with them. passed, I called on the Se- -
depart with hitle or no detection; and by have the pleasure of meeting, and reciprocating pit they dug for me, or'likeHaman., At my'instance it was called up in crctary of the Treasury, and used.
deepening the b. r three feet,. for abimt friendly: fef"lil'gs'lU: nearly riiiti rh: Callows, erected for Mor- the 'Senate, passed out of its order every argumentin
: four hundred _\urds, which is considered all of fellow-citizens! before my de- my power, to
t very practicable, any 74 in our Navy j>artu ie.my riecai, the ii.slrumeiil, of their, ,. own r and sent to the House with that induce him to direct its location in
(1 could! enter the liny, where.there is harbor In making-; known them -the engagements : .'xcu'ion. ; ;.amendment. It was this weight one of the other Territories-ai .
t and anci 10rags yudicieiitly extensive which deprive me of the satisfaction The first'Charge/: YnaI .did; upon the Bill which retarded Jedging the reasons, which are.

l for the hole Naaud Civil Marine. ot ot meeting them publickly have to not 'O'Ij'PjH tfte 'bULK'tm.t'Onjjress.To : its progr.euand not, as some contained in the, ,communication 'S.
the United S tates. request you to 'assure them, that \ shall : this 1 reply, that when the bill, have. uncharitably and unjustly' of" Cli""i against, in the' _
.
S. -, eWer cherish, with pride and gratitude, granting, ;* .towtibkip of ,land io the insinuated of Mr.'Moore presence
Jl .. any design on my part. the Representative
list of Officer 07& 5uurtl the U/iited Stztcs'FfigltC this manifestation of thtir kind ness! and regard -
Constellation.M. and I beg you, Gentlemenindivid Deaf and Dumb Asylum"of: Kentucky I procured the commissioners re. from Kentucky, who offered .
T. \>'ooi>ey ilq. Commander.I ually to accept the assurances, with! was reportedn \\\n the House 'ports from Alabama & Missisippi mea statement to that effects- S
I Charles W'. Caldwel!, Utlliuin ii. Me.Cluncy which have the honor -subscribe myself of Representatives, itdid .not contain ; and laboured several days, beforeI which .1 declined, believing that

; Joseph H. Jan'is, Joseph n Hull any p'1'obio confining its Jo- : could induce the committee when my-word was not credited

.Jr.Le uud.tallies, ,'i Twig-gj G Cu liroughan!am of Marines; Lieutenants.. Your awl obliged obedient friend serv't. cation, but.left l |it.*to fcc selected : to agree to the amendment of the' I no longer deserved to be your,

S .Kabetll* Tnuru. S:irgcon.IVilliam J os. 11.Vhite.' front any unappropriated lands of Senate. 'Representative ;-since, however I
P. Zantziiiger, Putter ', the United States( and *H Congress I In l823'a-grantwas made for two have such fearful odds against me

Jacob! Mull, Sating.MatterAViliiam : Messrs. W.T. Wright Sebree,, .1 had an undoubted. right to :make Townships' of land, one in East -fcc I shall procure it. The Secretary

; -e'ou' .Jt2tc\Vihhi.iison.: be. Cbules'a'ne. ;. Ily. Michelet, \ donat ns ,to any' inatituion. and II the other inV est Floridaj for a stated that it had been the uniform

) sur Joiin. G.: itod;:;e:' John W. Turk, Jo- 1). K Burch, i_ Committtee.M. .had exercised ,that right by frequent seminary of learning. I :had applied practice of the Department when .
t: .Crupper, [I acts legislation, ind to the of the Treasury land was
. ; rcpk Johnson, John :). Miv>roon, William upon$ Secretary granted by Congress, to
11. 1., Ill, Alexander Gibson, James 13. J. de la It'ia, S a late occasion to a similar institution on that subject, with a view of allow the grantees to select the

I.atuViir: : Joseph O. DevWm, Alexander S N.S. Ilambleton II. Allen, &, J in Connecticut, "aiy O. )Po- .making some -(Jroyisionin the preemption place of its location, and, that i it

Mavinrry.Jolm M. Uerritn Owen Hums, S___._- -, ton of mine would hav< been as act, for any interference, could not be departed from in this .
N*?!...aicl (1. C. Slaughter, Cdw'ar4 Wore S .
liaison, \Viilum II. Alexander: Gusiu COMMUNICATION. impertinent as it would hive been. so as to guard your rights and case. I never wrote one line, directly

C. .- :)Mun, Augustus ivuty and John K.MUciiell ._ unavailing. _When that bill' was: provide for the Seminary other or indirectly, to any body
; ilstiiprat'n. .5 Fotlie: PtnitacolaTo {;a= .tlt:y 'called up-10 the house, the -one' land of ("qua.l.value for those covered connected or ,unconnected with "-
4 'I i.c;, above list wa tuni .'.:d to us some the People of Jackson granting' you. theright o.pr' .emp. by your claims ; the Secreta. 'the InstitutionuntH'after I learned

time since and there na. ) Uave been al-. lion h.d passed several{ weeks, and ry informed me the location had hat tbey had positiYelydete.rr in-
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whctwc
tcfji.oMs, of a e: not apprized- 6'ounty.
but w' believe ii.cur..c.ct.1 tj..ta d S. no one anticipated a location in not been returned and, if it was ed-'and would despatch a repr.$$ n.
.. FELLOW CITIZENS .During my' Floridr, or had the most" remote not before the pre-emption law tatiojn ;o that effect, selecting

.S ...\t a Meeting" of the Citizens; ofPensarou absence from Lie Territoryvery I conception ot a conflict with your passed) that the settlers wouLd Florida as ,the place for its loca

4 ... lilt '. 'I4U'l t louse- on Tuesday tue aeriol/s( i imputations have been I ngbts, in,WY JJC? !( c Vhen. 'thai] have ..precedenceTbis was' a. tion. That determination, I un'
biu <;*y j: ocpiember::. in puraaaiicc -nade upon Thy. official conduct, biJl.0,6ff. \Senite, Keiituifcy t ,, grant not only ui .F1ui-ila.but. In: deratood '.was partly formed from

ut' i-abnc me nonce cluir Silvtitl.t54i1i11 and, u. litt&eii ktl.S .Hunt\'till and, .particularly .reference. to. a, !,avlntr: i 'I1 JfI.oyjda none,,; West, FIG ida, .& made in 1823k; correspondence with persons in
raUu
S npuihicU Secretary. S grunt, made -Congress, to ine it.iscakduf-out.! 01 ,its order, j yet you were declared) to_ have the, Florida and not with jne, for I
Deaf and Dumb" Asylum of Kentucky. and.-umendcd cj far as to confine i
'I he loiioWiiig preamble and rcsuUliuiuwere paramount claim. Fearing some should without hesitation have"iecomrnended"
UI1IUMgIOU.&Y ''udouted. k." '.. S its location to '! one dl* the Terri- 'collision, and knowing the devotion them not to do
'I'he Citueu of .!'eo colo, in TownElecting The right of the people,' vfreel>' :tOu-iciVaid:paasbd. Wh n it came of every man (o'a home, particularly 10'When- their' deierminatioa

asscmUlcili UicWp.UTJivaiiunoi.gai! luving.lcar.icil ihc.n vatli, 10' eiafnine and discuss the acts of, b.1Ck.lIteret, 1/drew.; :, .ao.vamenatnvnt on- made at great sacrifices was fixed and known, 'and .'I saw
:
5 ,tcoaurc. Joseph! M. Wimc;.the Delegate to their public agent, is one, the to offer in:the House, providing and perils,,I.'addressed a letter that.it must be in this -Territory,
11,0. 1. ,slromi'ioridaj ak a UteCuuony of exercise: 'of whicMj so far from b ing '.that, if it-snould'be. .'located in ',to the Secretary of the Treasury I.considcred that the population of '
nf.ct for our i>eJe'*ie unU HS an evitlciice condemned by meis considered, the Floxida', itS should -.Iit'* interfere containing various arguments Territory would be retarded

J I 1 oaip1irobatW0t bis conduct,.a.aICejreseuUtutf highest evidence of their own purity i .with j : "the aetlltra';;.ihei.Represenlaiive l similar to..those,above, k requesting unless it was soon disposed of

.. ol Flond,m. Hi J;BuuciUot ) and evinces determination !. .having charge of it and a decision, ritiDg..; which J vr'jte Ifa gentleman a letter

;S I tuc Nation. I'at a .CoihimUee- I. ajriiutrd '- '0 preserve u uncontaminated their I both the Sejiaiort'pledged themselves was.given, in .the form of a Jettcrto saying in substance bat as I should'

Ucaoived' waU, on l ut. tfliiW Vi an vc., uiyi 1 political instituiioDf, by demand, : that i i it that bill .passed first Governor Duval l lio.. which apart return'home as soon as Congreia

p( iiCJfl'iL la J J)4flOJ, to ieudertu iu.ii. ing and enforcing, accountability '&pd could be located, sh'ouldnee I I of 4iiy argument is quoted. ''adjourned, if I could be ,of any service

_kr. coawr&ttLl1tW UIWII his *M. ur.iva a from 'tnose, entrusted with ,;ht:. ver inte.rfereowith your.rightsrand J T.hatJeUtr I saw. and have'vrritten" to the .Insttitutiotjjby disposing
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a.C 1&,"' t1.... 0amuSlib .I'l ucetul '.of their public af. as the to the Asyluin was] for of the land for
fr r,U ....- iiILiit. munagem l1t '! grant a copy.and escaped the ,them,,it would, giveme.pleas -
ulciiw.
\1: ;:III'I', '1 J i'I"11I." tu' the uilcre.tot taia's.In addition to the abstract considered' a Western measure, k J I attention;<>f his Excellency, to in reto undertake any .agency .'

S .-t.rund-t"t l"1, right, \lich 1 fully recognize, I, nearly all.of the commIttee on the form you .that' :he,,had, such' a c-- i "' of: this sort; with the single11c

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and so.e object. .w? serv-I relation! to this land. It r/ai r e
SC perhaps the
v' j0 'fcrrltoIJ. by ,r. f''tIl g an ,one of those "ho'wr tt' "Shis: of the peop1e,be at the '
the fame 1
ins cr rtaJn.t l .upon anonymous! and Umrmanifests. a.dis osttto Brick fe 'Lumber Want
,( ,cdi ae sale.. other confidential to.do : Q. ,. : : ,. ;.4 ,
justice'
inali.utionit Utj\iif ample to.a pnSIJc! i
for the Washington -
best terms calling you ; :' t'1'
t could be procured, and;iXthia squatters and intruders who hadinoao1'ioli c servant nfi To him,and those 'whose' ,:' '.'. ,I <-!....'1"(','. .
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ence.i ;
that there is no ; roe induced ihera to .. -o--. ; "\
faultiicrelmtit I am guilty,- zed all the good spring discredit "' ? 'S ,;
IS a and I defy them to and good' lands in the Territory"alledging to offer accusations,t have ," ," "

C any other letter. If I soy that if the prr..mp.tion gratitude the expressions and of.my sincere I.t t Navyagent'8. office, .. ? '' '. -.

SSied the agency, with "jew, of Iatvpassed'it would consume those friends ,who particularly to Penaacola, ist Sept. 1826. \ "." : .
.so generously .
profitable to myself, I every acreof good land in Florida, undertook ; .
being right to do it ? Your rights and 'imputing to me the turpitudeof them my defence, and to. assure t.qEALED Proposals will be received at my'office,.until 1st October next, forth* -

not a secured by my faithful andexertions being interested wiih the in that, their confidence fc0 supply of the following materials, to build a commandant's house, black -
wire "squat n>* integrity will be the Im h'i shop and mast house, at the Nary Yard, vii- .
could
ters"
how in this
and 1 land
Zealous ; of which thegovernment strongest encouragement to per; 550,000 brick 9 inches long, 4i do. wide, 2$ do. thick and of the' first q\l+lit' '
with your interests, was to be cheated. t : '. .
conflict >ue. such a .if .
it will merit *
hichwai bound 10.guard. and. These things I. considered.the ma- continuance coursers flit ,tijkms ri: ;; ".. PI JlIlJy"1n :ands" \ :,.
q ))1.ath *e .
? Could you not buy .I land., chlnaitorfs, of s "ura4ors.. 'utlel'land.pirafes e honor to,be-iheir- Reppesentitive. '; 'J!:$2 Pieces! Timber, s t i' 28 18 ,18 .-

protect your Replclenta i'e"a. aril ,- who were retaliating- iu _,'i 22 '. do. r e & 28 18 ,

01 me of a stranger I And would youI'ot in their. despicable way, for die I am, with high 22 do. : 'I. a9' 16"1.. 9'"..,4-. .
considerations
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have a greater assurance that picture that I had drawn of themin of- 11 do. : t 15 18 g" ., :
respect, your obedient t-yant. 22 do. 30 ft. Ig. 9 In. thick 11 in. ,
would not locate over your claims, Con ress. It was not unlike a :
t -
Jos. Wh'ite.Pensac.ola ..
Mv
wide 9 inches ."
to
running
unconnected
one who was story, circulated a year here and at .
hiD and had never been honor- lastp ubltshed, that I as a Com' Se pt. 26th 182f.; 1 ,22. do. : ', : '. 12.9' r : "
"itb You 11 do. : : '. 18 '
with jour confidence) ? Where missioner of the United States received dN.i- 9 .

cd the grievous' sin of such an a. one hue, 'of a man'g land for To C4nTe, Oftdmt,.- .\Ve must agin so' 8 'do. i j. .. l' ,9 '" -"i't'.. :' v

b > Let his Excellency point confirming his title, when in truth licit the patience of those whosricomimumcations 84, do. : : 11 9 7 ,' '. .

glney I have not 'ia or out of the the conveyance was made to. me, have been on file.tome time. 13. do : : 18 g.. : 4
jt out. in All shall be attended io,as. soon. asiprac- 3 do. ; j .- 12 9 d' .
the attacEs for valuable _
participated consideration and of ticable. : T h ;
Territory notilpprowrd .. 2 do : 'S 16 9 .4, : .
j.
on him, though I have record, nine months before the'dateof -"- .
of I his measures commission. These 2 do. t : i 9 6 6
some my things wm il( V '
3 do. 's _
t..J Q i 12 l3 5 f
lore than he appro-ves this off are in some sort familiar tome, Y 1 do. : i -
s 14'l2 ,
& i hr is disposed to breaka and those, with all other such vile .\ 5
) 1Q'rt tl tP"l 9 do. : : 46 15 8
with me upon the subject aspersions uttered in the ejacula Sac.o\a.L v
a lance 9 do., .: :, 16 18 8'IS .
affairs 1 shall tions of .,
not hearts
nublic ,. malignant shake '
*four ,- ARRIVED 'i do.. 28 ft. Ig. 8. in. thick 10 tn.'
him as much as Sir Anthony from me with contempt. : .
fiar 27.-Schr. North wide running to ft in. : ,
Sept. Carolina 1vt .
'
Cheek feared his adversary.The The Pre mption Bill was ; ht- .
Ague. n, Apalachicola Left fit. AApabchieMa 18 do. ; ; : 12 8 6
truth is. I intended to makeno last subject on which 1 expected Ann Maria .
Sloop Gardner,on a surviving S4 do. 2 i ; 11 9 7. y ,
charge against them, but it'l an attack, and if you : knew the Voyage, under the direction.of Uetl. 8 do. s e : 14 9 'f ,
sold: their lands well, and they had Zeal and labor, with which 1 per Swift,, U. S. Topographical. Engineer. .
a dp.
'I ; 30 ai -
offered me some reasonable com.prosation sued it, 1 think you would be sag ENTERED, .
SeP 2Schr. Speculation ManeS > J ; 8? dog i 33 10 g -
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1 should undoubtedly tihed. 1 at least am conscious olmy ". '
t. Marks. ; / '*- .; ,' : .. do. : : 30 10 .:. ..' ...
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taken it, and in dpjng eo r ocr oan, ; fidelity, and being thus t .. '" d. ;'
hate s.. : CLE'ARED l .L ..", ,. : ,.. 18 : .. _. .
Bought' '.! your.intereat being supported, whatever may be your '' ; .j.r '
Sppt'.28.--Schr.lorlh Carolina, Mel. ,4.. "t... ,sd9. t- : 16g 10 ;
injured by it; perhaps however my decision shall have the consolation vin, M bile.. **. .t &..l' 18. do.! & ; :. 12 .9 S ? '

i ideal of morality and, political of an approving conscience, SAILED. ,- ', = 1.:4 do. : < i 1.6 9 a .

honesty, are not so refined as to and be entirely) exempt from the .Sept. 24.-U. S. .Frigate: CojrsTiti. I 1 do. x _' i 14 8 5'

perceive its iniquity. 1 thoughtthe "living ulcer of corroding memo riox, U. T. Woolsey Esq. Commander J;, ,3 do. s t 14 11 5 ..
cruise via Havana.
f services would at A has been made on a .
offer ry. complaint -
t
ray
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U. S, Revenue Cutter Alabama: Foster, I 26 Joist : : 19 12 S .
me on such a footing ,about an alteration of the organic "
least put Mobile Point. ; 76 do. t I 16 9 3 1 1f
;Institution that should .lanr with reference<< to the terms of '
viih, the ; CLEARED ron THIS PORT. f 10 do.- s j 18 9 '3 ,.
enabled to exert I.oo\e influencevilh Courts, which, in due time, 1 shall .111 'New York Jug. 3ltt.-Brig John .. 10' do.. x : -9 9 -

them, in inducing them to Phew to be as\ desthute of foundation -:. Marshal, Drtuwnond..r I 180 do. c' : 10 8 3''
sale of the land. the above Thosevho'! "- '
make a speedy : as I 90 do. : :- l' 8 3 ,
I arrived in Kentucky from '.are disposed to condemn For New York. "
When everything 350 feet run of joist promiscuous lengths 15 a ..

New-York, Mr. Nelson came to i and approve nothing, ought i The fine substantial.Brig, '!, 16 joist : -: 2' 9 r 3 '
1 had never known him or ;.to remember. that the Delegate' is I T
see me ; I Ii Ii AE1\lAL, 76 do. s s 14 9 3

had any torrespondence him ; i not Congress, but only a small I will sail in all ,76 do. i : 22 9 3 .. +
Captain Gage,
stated to me that he hid located portion uf it, and that sometimes I '
he next week, has handsome accommodations I 304 do, ,: : 21 9 370o
the land, that there was no intention the censure, profusely! lavished uPon -. feet run of joist promiscuous lengths 11 3.

on the part of the Institu him, should be placed on other Far Freight or Passage ./ 600 do. do. do. 1" 3 '

tion to interfere with .the settlers, shoulders. By such persona i am ap )ly'to the Captain on board, or to I 500 do. s, 'do. do. 10 3 I

and that the peopt 'g'nrr3I1yVEfe held responsible foe all the act* N. H Alien. 80 pieces scantling : s 1" 4 3 ;. ..{

perfectly satisfied with. the location, of the EXt utiwe and Congress, Pensacola SepUmber 15, 1826-29tf. 8 do. do. : : 20 5 4 ..' .

from the assurances he had given and arraigned for every thing + 90 do. do. : J 124 3

of speedy sales and long credit; that conflicts with the interests k For New York, 8 d". do. : ,, : 22 5" -

that they were better satisfied. to views of any portion of the co'uotry. The fast tailing Schooner, 28. do. do. i : 23 61 31 .'. '" -

purchase of him than of the go ern. To this, all that i have to say 14 \ () e-rt 119.-l\Qs, ':'..J.2 .dogdo.. . '. '. .' : ._. 23; 8 31. ': '

men, and he wished me to write is, that I take these things with a* Capt. Crocker, will tail about -.24 .do. do. I : 10 41 31 i. '

10 the Secretary to, allow him to much good temper as most met, the 25th in"t for freight of '- 18 do. do. I "' I I' "I at ..

locate other lands for those covered .. and requestonlY of the people, to 100 Bales ol: Cotton 20 do do. I : 11 8t ,. 4 .

by the claims of the settlers. I tie.before they condemn.It .the board onto ,} II; do. do. "'. I" : 10 81 4 '
to Captain on
1 told him distinctly, that my first has been asked why 1 was no\ apply N. H. Allen. "do.. do. : .: 10 5. 5

object had brenand always shuuM here to defend myself ? To this, 1 6 do.. do. : I 12. 814 ,f
five be
be, the preservation of the rights have to rrplytl\a\ 1 remained in Four accommodated.or passengers can' handsomely r 8 do. do. -: ?- 16 6! 31- -

and interests of my constituents ; the Territory, attending to the Pensacola, September 15, 1826-29tf. 30 do. do. : : II 6s 4 ,

iny next the promotion of.the general I duties of an arduous office, to the + ,8 do do. 1 30 5 4 .. ?

prosperity of the Territory, by' I entire neglect! of" my private .si-I OTIC 80 do. do : I 16" 3
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encouraging its population, and 'fairs .in thc State from which 1 Wm.' R, Stone } 'I 140 do do. I s 2S 4 3 .

anything that was just and proper removed, and .did not spend any r*. > In. Attachment. Iso do do. : : .31 4 3

and did not conflict with time away from .my post, until.all Efford this case Jones., suit bas jIN been commencedand .90 do. do. : I' 18 8j 31 -

these, i was willing to do. 1 told 'the.duties were Performed When an attachment levied on 70 head 2,8 dodo.. t t 16' sa 3} ,

told him 1 )had provided an ample .hat service was performed I set of stock cattle At Jonathan Dearmans, as. ,,2000 feet of 2 inch plank : ,. I _,M.

security for your rights, before 11 out for the North, with a vie-vr, to the property of the said defendant.A. t 6100 14 do. : : :. ,

left Washington, that the next consideration I the restoration of the. health of my Gordon, 900 Ii do" I t 18 41 wide .

with me was the strong family-,-.that summer,was devoted Plaintiff't' Attorney. : 1100 It d.o. : : 15 4! do. ..

objections 1 had to large .grants in :o thin-object, and at the end of Pensacola Sept. 10th 182629-6t.. I 900 Ii do. I : 18 bdo.. '

the Territory, that might exclude the session 1 was appointed to attend 1100 1 t do. : : 15 5>- do. ,

persons disposed to come, into it, to other public duties, ta the TO LET, 16300 li do. I : 125' do. : : .-' I '
YARD well fitted, the en ; do. : : 14 12 do. _
and that an indispensable condition performance of which I am. sure y ft BRICK i SOO 1 t .

\u tiny ueguiuicu/tn/ the sub. none'of you could object ; at the Twjoyment of which .may .be hadimmediately. 5000. 1 do. '" : .
It is situated art the.bay;
'ctt, mult be a positivcfcovenant. expiration of that service, 1 fives- iniles.- from Pensaoola,.at,thepUit 62000 +cYPteas: shipglet. :" I : 2, 6..do., ; ." f

on the part of tnt lntiu gttontaselI. found compelled,. by the tation anciently called ,, ,
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"f ,0"q i i must yellow/pine of the first quality and free from all defects
be
everY fool of the landat the Government -' most indispenuible necessity, to La fnnta.Crabarpty i., 'The'timber and and be -tl
,: O uch'as vindshakes, large knots sap, to gotten out agreeably to ;'
sale, next January;without pass through Kentucky, on, my For further details and the condition of the exact, dimensions given in the bill. The agent reserves the power of in. .

reserve ; that it must be sold Iythe return. 1 was witness, party ,and the lease,apply to the owner on the spot creasing,:or reducing the quantities and qualities above specified, at any time be- '
Receiver and Register in'the same counsel in numerous suits to be 'or at his usual residence in PensacoU_ be foreclaftng-the! contracts. fix
being daily at both places. to be delivered the Navy Yard, Pensaccla. The ,,
are
"ay that public lands are sold, explained and attended ; and I j111 I the ab6ve articles\
Carlos Laval. must be made about the 15th of October, and the balance as the materials -
first delivery
"itla this ditferenceititAt thus sold wished at the tame timeto have a '
182630tf.a .: required. They will be subject to a rigid inspection by the officers ofthen
ortheAsylum should be on a,credit division of an'-.estate in 'which 1 Pensacola,20th September, yard are,and payment will be made for them only upon evidence being produced ,

ol from one to five )'earl. Find. was interested. 1 am gratified !l"\1 E '8t Lo l. at this office of the delivery and inspection. ; ,

ing that they would er.coutuer my 'to inform those, who fed any It i ill desirable t endorsements be made upon -the proposals, mewing whether-
FOR SALE. the wharf for brick lumber for the
"I for or
( timber
decided this and doubts they are made for s tone or or .....
hostility without or hopes on the subject", beinlituated'on die ...

that no .other terms could. be.g of that all these matters are disposed THIS property-Streetof. the City of !eniacorH above 80m}described. with ample buildings.and.approved security will be required for the exact and "

from me, they acceded to the cf, and : not only consider Florida will be sold on reasonable; and, Accommodating :, faithful execution. of the contracts. : '- .

1rrpoEiiormod ordered a memo- my permanent residencebut terms- Samuel R. Oyerton. ? \ .:

rial to the Secretary; whereupon 1 shall be constantly here, when my The house is large. 'TVO STO- 27-5U Navy a ent. ,
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m RIES HIGH, m good orderwell .
Addressed film a letter a copy of public duties-do not, require my .
which! 1 : LJj shaded both in front JiC&ilDtly.j are confidently expected to be here, to commence the WA., y
ha'eVliaen for and hall absence' Those who impute tome Jllyith large trees,and :?: M mechanics ,
are hereby notified, that the time of receiving. :":7-.
uhlish. You will perceive that so .other motives, are f grossly) ignorant situated. The Lot is eight. fett.in: front 11 on'the %October, all that persons day.and that *. first delivery under the coo tract. for *, '

tariom! the l location being an inJury of my character or propagate and one hundred and sixty in depth and, ptone expire qn about he 15th of next month '
timberwilt.b .
by my instrumentality you reports they do not themselves has besides the dwelling.luuse and, ..,' 'rhe and Mobile ommerclal Register; and Tallahassee- Intelligencer wW please' in.sert .' ..yx
stable with other
are enabled to buy the land at .auction believe. '1 .may upon some houses kitchen,and a large a fine spring of. pure water o4t- the above advertisement until 20th September forward their 'accou..s to '

upon a redu of from.one:. toCv occasions mistake the policy of the the.title is indisputable. ; 1 this office for payment. S.RO, fl. .a. ;
e years instead of the Territory or misconceive, LB Baron. -
paying your Mary .j t .-l .. FOR SALE -7
money! down, as you are required true interests) ,,,but 1 .,shall never ,: Pensacola 20tbStpt.,,1826- 0- V; ti FOR SALE... .. ArTiOTISB&TuOT .
|p do in purchases IronMhfjbnitedand neglect either..ot omU, to do that:. '
: Medical 'Oolle-e of South l i. :':
States: that it: will be a ',8 east wbich.tndusiry\and\ ihpVxewion; ; fmy : '.. a l\\.lJS-S .'. .
rteG -
benefit to humble, abilitiescan l 'accostpfish..r '* v 1'&r0110a:. 1 "Y. ,' : situated -Government Street .in the Ci- "
you, x' iibout interfering .. '
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with: the objecj I had .invtew My course_ .ha* been b- THE'Lecture'will be'resumed'i t :tl1i .... ... "-' y'of Pensacola-the Lot is-known in the
always the second Monday of atedpn Rbtnafta Street in the CitjofPensaeoia plan of the City as nmnber 282andains cone .
the population of the 'Terri pen, frank and undisguised." 1 do November next as follows : 'H s t ,together'with the 80 feet art'front'by 170deep. ,,' a--
tory. t not fear the production a nd publication .tn.tamy.-By John'Edwards o''" ALSO j;OR LEASE I a;

:\Ir. I elson stated! to metlat of all the letters private brook M. D. ;, lla\t\ot..ot D; .. for tex; ;
he I have .writ Surgeryames Ramsay Ml D.'Inttituttt '.J' ;. : ;' 4
hud paif: )1390 fir inas and ;ublic that .
'' and Practice of JlKJifi:- -1 ron It & araU1e1WOS- : tips.
lornotion whosuspect ; ; .
-in : to the best locution ten on. any subject..1'hose g Samuel H.'Dick&an M. D.MateriaXe&taHenn. .'.'; : i which /stands, ,beinga1tof' L0I the '.late '
Excellency in me j&ny, other deport"ment : ; ; R Frost.MObttetrict ..Q. number 190 and containing forty feel 1 t t King,situated >half mile I 'North.! .H zt ore

; are sensible ,of their own arid(he.diseases f Women'.and' fronton sat'd RouanaStreet'by.one huo City < 11 h, said further, .that. he had, /8.ItCTd obliquirics 'and judge me by their,, 'lnfan'rf om.I'C. Prioleautt.I P. ''" jred fend seventy feet in depth. -" :' ,..-, v'.1.4: .&(4.;",:"' .
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; Edwtttl Ra- &c Apply to ; : .,
nd Ph For terms : .
Chemistry rmct- .
agent i'lorida w'hcm he o, n standard. If,all :who discuss ? < iJe.4Tf.. .., '
c, in \ venel M. U. "'. c 'Ma. MOWBO Vda. Ihvas., I &DUj: "'-' ;-2'-.:
nsulhi& wiio him 'iriiforintion public e.lur. l. were. influenced \ -
gave Natural, .lJill ry and,8otariyrStephefl. 7th Sejjt. 1826-27 tf. on hick) stands' c .
w.hule nuuE he would\\not by the same honorable intentions Elliott. L.L.UN, : .. _, Pensacola. 4 -- -- to..be appropriated :tom flie honiie T'. :. ,- .

';IsCfo1t'i if it :'ewer thould ,beH and f literal :stjujmeflti .of Civis", : E: Geddings. M. 'D.-lkaoatratork'o/'..' ,..' .1. .-. P.HI.NTIN 0ii .. .. ma.y be neces3aZjr.' .For. : 3':arid ..y..t." ;
.(.je.c I :the 4 .. i" further.infor *tfofr enquire:td"Ce1 Jpi .' ; {. .
would ,
t'errd 1 have' butver little there Ijciiouccasipn.f6r IJ acamy. .. t .".
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Iout.t ': .1 fearlessly :"',, J: tijolbl'9ot': E cuttd'with dei/tatt at t1iia .Ds'' ; 'I 11.9NICOIa.+ '_. ': t. .' -
lit i t+"me oue who ha"betA' ubpV/e/ reinar for thopgbhc. ,. : ;.- I82-tic : '
s. :' :'h () Ptnsak i' 9t h.iiS'u s t : f / ,
toPd in lija d.cP"pd ;UuJ1' pi xrr. 'in l \& jadrjieadeutljr fipdieatcs :Jjit, .the. > .beats*. PI> .tf'Facultym r+ : ,Jj, .,. ,.. ._ .. ,l

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l\ o1j. 12. Itt route should be discontinued, By' President. ft1ie'Ui t eti ..PROOLAJJATKM'f.Governor 3d-At Artel Island:'F srl&ln-j'I; ,'.
wbdle. : C>rfcsSeatonVThomasand'DomteVoAeffoaVV
by Congress, or become uselessyin A gesi: Heynold3
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.caeylngl;:mails of ib6:.,l1n\ied: in States. ,
FOR or part,in th6 opinion'of'the?ort-Mist: 1 -' ( ;
,". : on'the Tollnving Post Roads. ter 'General, he may limit<>or. ispcnscthe ,11Hpursuance of Law, T, Jon, Qunrcr Wittitui 1 Th1Yt1; 4th 'at.. WUlhiarrBnVs house: jng i1
ii1I be received, atthe"G neral'' Post Office -
in the until.tbe witji sen-ice of the contractoron making *AXUMS, President of(he Uni.t'St&tes CoveisorftAe,+iloPg oJ.Flo, da.. ; William' ink.i.fritt9nKngbt. ; ,and JnntJ
City Washington G.
him an allowance alone .month'sextra 'America, hereby proclaim and make compliance with the provisions the 'Smith. .
12th day of October next,inclusive. I 10th Within
T: pay. fenown,that Public Sale will be held at IN section of the act pf the Congress BrtrnicT' ;, the rollowiO! ; !,
: Iii Florida.- ;*13. The contracts are to be in operation -; the LandOffice Tallahassee, in West of the United States, .entitled "an assigned limits. all;the county ot' DuvJ

'263. From Burnt Corn, Alabama, by on th'e.fim day of January next; a&d :f'lorJdaon the third Monday in January, act to amend the several'acts for the establishment north and west of St. Johus river. '

Road Fork, or Frazers, tto -Pensacola, continue four years. 182r, for the disposal ofthe Lands situate of a Territorial governmenin'Florida Three,Precincts i

twice a week,94 miles. '1 .John M Lean_ .. in the District of Lands offered-for approved the 15th day of May brief 1st.Black creek-at the oueoof c,.

: :::Leave Burnt Corn every Monday and .fkst: :. Uatter General. sale Tallahassee e, 'and in the township's'bereafter 1826.. priest; judges; Gabnel.Praest I Robert -
Thursday at 6 1.2 a m and arrive at Pen Post Office -Department, July! 12th '1826. designated It is hereby made known to the people Hutchinson and Andrew Brinconv .. 0

=cola on JEf-esday and.Friday by 3 p mJLexre 26.- 7t. Fractional townships No. :1'and 3* M Florida that on the first Monday fn 2d-al Jacksonville,at the COUrt houi

: __ _Vtosacqla every Saturday.and. Jiorth of Range No. 2, west, o :. October next, the polls will be, openedin Judges ; J.. D. Hart, John Warren aid
.'Ross.
Wednesday at 9 a mandarrive at Burnt Fractional township No 2, north ofe the several precincts, and. respective: Francis J I
4 4 .-CortTon Sunday an'd Thursday by,6 p m. ...IlL TER.I17'1C.V. OF flOFO4LSs 1 '.4tangeNo.2wst, .S districts, as ,hereinafter designated, for 3d at the house of Charles Bronard ortCWh

264.*F'om Pensacola, by.Gadsden c. h. >'. .Fractional-townships No: 2 And"3. -;4-; .. the pupo3eof: electing the. thirteen judges; Charles Uronard, n m. Starrett
':,4 .. Jackson c, h. & Walton c. b. to Talla- ..1north oMtangeN: S.west, o'EbFractionaltownships : members of the Legislative Council of and Stephen Eubanks, -'ful
i I bairceVnce' aweek2O miles.* .Stone and Timber WantedWavy No 2 aud 3 .g >'. this Territory er the restrictions and 11th D.II"! I"Vlthm, thefoll. In I

Leave Pertsacpla every Wednesday at lgene Office, ? north.of Range No. 4, west, r cjualifi cations, contained in the act of signed limit "All the country IOUth '}Jut bW1'

,6 a nt-and-arrive '.at Tallahassee next ;Peizsacola,4g' I, 1826. S Fractional township No. 2,north of Congress above recited. and east'of St. Johns river within the
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-.4. Tuesday bv 10 a m. Range No.5, west, ...';. The persons named as judges ia the boundary lines of Duval and St. Johns 1.'vi
Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday at 2 !"SEALED Proposals: will te received .Fractional) township No.:3,north of following enumeration are hereby appointed counties, arid north of the city of St. AH.
.and arrive at Pensacola on Tuesday. .I office, until 1st. Octobcrnext. 0 gustine, and north of the road
i t- p m Range No. 5, west, I 8 and required to preside, at the thence
265. From Tallahassee, by Sewany for the supply of the following ma- Fractional townships No. 2 and:3, J several precincts to which their names Buena Vista" olo

,. .andDilb,: to St. Augustine, once. A terials, ta .-build a wharf at the Navy: noah of Range No. 6,.west, j are attached. Where all the judges do Three Precincts ; 1'A

l week 237 miles. Yard, viz : Incluling the County adjacent to the not, or cannot, attend it shall be competent 1st at Kingslcy'sBlurT judges; M.Jen. d :
I I 1 Leave,St. Augustihe every Tuesday 105,468 Cubic feet oftm-ber of 4hc Jot. towniof.Quincy.Aljo/ for anyone of those named, to pre. kins and Samuel Kingsley. % 11

.f .2pm and arrive at Tallahassee.the next Jiu'dimcnsiona, 'Vi:I townships 3, 4 and 5, north side at the election; each district to elect 2d *t Samuel Fairbanks housenudsres ]3nt 1
t Tuesday by 10 a m. 1213 logs,_30 feet long ,and 13 by 14 of Rges 9, 10.11 12, 13 and 14 west, one member. Samuel Fairbanks andJames Hall. 8 "

r ,j .< Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday at 2 inches square. inch ling the Chipola country, and part 1st.DISTRICT; within the following 3d at the house of Francis P. Fatio ....nJ
- p m and arrive at St. Augustine the next 1228 do 28 feet long, and 13 by 14 of tht Holme Creek settlement. signed limits. "All the city of Pensacolaand judges; Francis P. Fatio and Lewis a }

t .. Tuesday by 10 a m. inches square. AW fractional sections'No. 2,3, 7, 8, county ofEscambia, west Palafox Fleming.12th .
266. From Tallahassee, by Decatur c. 576 do. 21. feet long, and 13 by .14 10 14 15 17 18 21 22 23 27 28 :
: 11,, street,Pensacola, and the road thence DISTRICT; within the followi 05'01o
h. to Pindcrtowo-. once. -a week' 160 inches square. 29,JO and 31, in fractional townships. (by Emanuel's) to Claiborne Alabama' signed limits "The city oSt.'Aug\lstiQ; s.
, : miles. 5,852 Pei'cheiof Stone, suitable for the. 2, rprth of Range 4, east ; and'fractional together with the sound of Santa Rosa." and all the country lying between the h

Lave Tallahassee, every Wednesday I construction of a sttbttantial and durable.. sec ons No. 23, 24, 25,.26, 3S and 36, in One Precinct ; .. road from said city to Buena Vista and ;

; at 4 a m. and arrive at Pindertown on wharf. fractional township No. 3, north of Range At the house of Antonio Collins-iudcreS the southern boundary, of St... -Johnic- ----............-_ 'Du1-:,
Friday by 6 p. m. All the logs ef 30 feet in length, must 4 etst, all of n hich fractional sections are -John De la Rua, Robert Mitchell and' ty." p .

1' Leave Pindertown every Saturday at 6 .be of Cypress, and it'would be greatly bonded by the.Lake Mickaeukie. Henry;IMichelet. One Precinct ; ...n..;

; .a m and arrive at Tallahassee on :Monday referred if the whole of the timber could fhe sale.. o commence with the lowest 2d. DISTRICT; Within the following assigned City of St. Augustine; at the courtt -

: r r : 'by 8 am. Pe obtained of that description. If Cy- mnherofsection: township and Range, limits-"AU the City of.Pensacola house; judges; John Y. Garey, Reuben- -

267.. From St. Mary's, by-CoIerain, Vress, cannot J>e procuratfor the whole or arfl to proceed in the order, designated ntWs and county of Escambia lying east ol Loring and. F. J. Fatio.,

F Crawford on St. .lohns, and Jacksonville p part ofth& balancei must be gotten Proclamation. Palafox street Pensacola, -and the road 13th DISTRICT; within the following assigned
: to St. Augustine once week,100 miles out ofthe'.heartof ellowPine. ,It must' :Tiie lands reserved by.law for the uie thence.by. Emanuel's) to Cliiborne Ala. limits, The boundary lines of

I Leave St. Mary's every Saturday at 4. be .free 'from all defects, particularly! q sch ols, orfor other purposes, and the bama. Musquito and Monroe counties."

t 1.2 p m and-arrive St. Augustine An. wind-shakes, large.knots and,sap ; to btf: fractional sections bounded_ by the Geor Three Precincts; -Three Precincts ;
Monday by.6 p m. i nicely..and exactly hewed and out pf ga'line, will be excluded from sale.Given -1st At the court house-judges-Timo- 1st at Ncw Smyrna judges ;John Ire5
f t. Leave St.,Augustine everyvThursclay at wind, : / under my.h;nd at the City of thy TwitcheD, Emanuel Bonifay, and Jo- Charles F Smith and Jesse"Ueater. : 3ii10to

t. \I .a.m.and arrive at St. Mary's on Satur. The stone Js to be of the best q (T- Washington.' ihis".20th day of May, A.D. seph Noriega. 2d at the house of James' Darbey '

1 cbybv'10-am. that can be procured in this S C\lon' +f .1826.- 2d..At Florida-judges; Henry Wilson judges; John Addison, James Darbey &;
Notes. John A Andrew Simpson and David Kelker. Henry Willmon.3d .-
I country, and to be delivered of a size utJ Q. ams.
V3d.-< it Oneil's Ferryjudges; Mr. Key \Vet judges; Samuel Fry
., 1. The Post-Master General may expedite shape most convenient and desirable w By the President,
L the .mails and alter the times for the purposes for which it is intended. George Graham '; Parker and William Taylor. John Whitehead and Mr.FiUpatrick. (0dU
i 3d. DJSTBICT Within the >Given under hand at the
I : following assigned my City of
! arrival and departure, at time during .
any above articles be delive
All the are to Commissioner oft/te limit '"The lines of Tallahassee this third of
*: bounduy twenty day
July,
Ike continuance of the contract; he"pay ed at the Navy Yard, Pensacola. ,Tty 17 30t. 1II
General Land Office. -Walton and"W38hingt nJounties." in the year one thousand eight hundredand
4 ing adequate compensation for any'ex time of delivery will -be fixed in the-txm Six Precincts; twenty.six, and of the Independence IiSi

I tra expense occasioned thereby. tracts and must be governed by future an 'OJtceofthc Corn Gen.of Subsistence .1. .1st.- Barrow's Jeremiah of the'United Stales the fifty-first. 1
: ferry j..Judges : -
2. Seven minutes shall be allowed for for the commencement an.{ Washington, July 1826 3
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rangements Saville, Robert McKennon, .nd William P. 'naval. 'Jit
opening and closing the mail,at all offices .
prosecution of the.work. The material) Proposals will be received Jesse ant. .
: where no particular time is specified. will be.subject to the usual inspection ai .SEPARATE .until the first day of Oc. .2 L Dry At 25-6t. ik
: W. :
: the-big Spring judges.
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3. For every*.fifteen minutes delay! in be made -
theYard and payment will foj tober next, for the delivery of provisionsfor Lewis, Levi F. Miller, and Collin McRea. *
Arriving after tbe-tim prescrit; d- in any them only as they are delivered. the use of the troops of the United 3d .8t. NOTIOE.DU.iBrxUT .
k contract the contractor-shall forfeit ten and to'be ; < laqua ; Judges ; Charles .S. kr.
Bond with approvedSeen: States delivered bulk
ample upon an-
? V. Jones, .John Barkley, and ..Mich el OF STATS, ?
and if the delav continue until
dollars
j ; will be for the exact and follows .
:
rity, required spection, as : U
Vaughan. T4th. July 1826.$ r..c.
the departure o.f. any pending mail, faithful execution of the contrActs.I At Pensacola. .wit IO obviate Ihe risk and .
I ; DempseyJonee houseJudgelJempsey 4 delay inciden
whereby a,trip is lost, forfeiture of
double the amount allowed for carryingthe Samuel It.. Overton, : 600 barrels of Pork Jones, Paul M.Jones,and Ar. to the return of the Bank Notes
I 1250 barrels fresh '6nc Flour from this ec
J\or> dgent chibald..Anderson. department, not receivable at"
mail one -trip, shall be incurred, unless y
it shall be made to appear, that the It:will be..o bsenred>> that the time for re i 8000 gallons of good proof Whiskey 5th..; .William M. Loftin's house;' the Treasury of the United States,in payment .

delay was occasioned by unavoidable accident ceiving proposals fur Stone and timber foi 550 bushels of good sound Beans Judges; William M.Loftin, Silas '"-Wood, for Patent-Rights, all persons desi

in which case the amount of a Wharf will expirl on the 1st.-October, 8800 pounds of good hard Soap and E. 4llen. ions taking put Patent? are 'requesteto 4
} pay
for a trip, will be forfeited. These .for instead oftbe 15th as heretofore published.. 4000 pounds of good hard tallow-Candles, 6th.t \ Point ; Judges. :DavidL. transmit with their application, such.

feitures it will be observed 'are uncon aj>>The Editors of the Mobile Commercial with Cotton wicks White, John King and J. Barker. Notes or Drafts asthey may know, or b= (

,I ditional, except for the failure of a trip, Register,and Florida Intelligencer, 140 bushels good clean Salt 4th. DISTRICT; Within the following assigned I advised will be available at.the'Ti'easur* <<
2250 gallons of good cider Vinegar. limits, the July 15.-24--lOt.OO"Publighers .
by unavuidableaccident the penalty may. will please copy the above alteration of commencing on western : ,
be reduced the pay for one trip. That proposals. 25-9 1. One-fourth on the 1st day of June, .1827, Bank of the Chipola at its intersect- of the laws of the'United]

on no condition is this sum or the other One-fourth. on the 1st day of October. ton with the Alabama line, thence-down States will insert this.notice, in their.papers .o
I
w ....- 1827Onefourth the Chipola to the mouth of.ttuss's mill ten-times.
penalties stated, to be remitted. .. j
4. Persons. making proposals. are required -NOTICE- on,the 1st day of December,' creek,:thence up said creek to its :head, CNtoiMzT BhiOOKFLODDA

.to state their prices by the )"e.ar. mOE undersigned having been order 1827. and thence to the corner of Jackson county July 1st, 1826. 5 l

; ,, Those who contract will ,receive their

    ;. pay quarterly-in the months of May, Escambia County, ,to administer on the understood March, 1828It that west with the above recited line in Jackson October_ ensuing, to furnish the'troops
    is the
    and .Estate of" J. H. FLINN, DOMINGO Pork to be County.
    November February, one
    August of the United States that tie
    ,
    for is consist ,Army, or
    contracted to of
    an entire !Two Precincts
    FRANCISCO HEJIZW ;
    month after the expiration of each GONZALEZ be stationed
    at Cantonment
    quarter. Intestates wild have died leavingjiroper hog to the barrel, except feet<< ,'legs, ears, 1st..: At Ticker's! Store-ojudges-Owen may with fresh beef from the 1st Brooke.,
    5. No other than a free whit : in this Territory" and snout, which wtre inadmissible Williams, Henry Oneil and Doctor Desha. day of January
    ;
    person ty 1827 include the
    to 31st of .
    ti DC-
    day
    shall be employed to carry the mail. Should the bog be of less weight than 2nd. ; AtCain's Store. judges. Jonas cember 1827.
    6. Where the intends to con llerehy Requests 200 pounds, the deficiency is to be made Daniel, Arthur Foster & Elijah Calloway. ,
    proposer The beef will be
    Tey the mail in the body of a tege carriage all persons having: demands against the up of good'fat side peices.. No more 5th.DISTRICT ; Within the following assigned vered to the.troops in required two to be in deli
    days each
    is allowed "
    he is desired it in his of the said .Intestates to than one head to a-barrel limits all Jackson .County not
    to state pro. estates: ; presentthe week(the to be
    pos&ls; and the stage must be.of sufficient same immediately, and those indebt. pork. The contractor may,at his option, embraeced by the limits of the fourth district days shall designated! ) in such
    the hams and make quantity as be required for their rations -
    exclude the deficiency : .
    unless otherwise forthwith up
    size, expressed, to ed tu the same to I on And
    1 I with good side peices, Five'Precincts, day deem it necessary
    accommodate seven to
    passengers. ,
    offer in his bid The Candles to be made ,of good hard. 1st.; AtOrman's store.judgcsThrfs.Russ to apprise those'who may choose to
    7. Every proposer! may \V. Hasell Hunt : offer to for
    contract
    1 the supply that the
    tallow with cotton wicks
    to make improvement in the transportation I Joseph iks&-John li. Jackson.
    '1 any of the mail from the terms invited De uty-jQr .J The Pork, Beans, Flour, Whiskey, 2nd-; At. Simms'Itore-judges-Walter beef will be required be of the best

    either as to the mode transporting .: I. Crupper Cl'k.c. Salt and Vinegar, must be delivered in Davis. C. C. Nichols and Isaac Robinson.3d. which the market can afford,and particular
    t
    .. it, the speed/required, or the frequency c. F. *C. 1 strong and.secure barrels and the Soap .; At Big Pond; judges ; Green attention must la be had to the butcher*

    I r : of the trips per week-which -shall receive Pensacola, 24lh August, 1826268t.' and Candles in strong and secure; boxes, Patterson, John G. Smith, and Cornelius ing thereof made.as rigid inspection out will
    I for always :
    due consideration. of a convenient size transportation.The Graham. v
    -
    The number of the post route shall be FOR SALE.I- Pork-WhiskeyFlour,& Vinegar, 4th..; At ,Jrvin '* Mill; judges; John:, their Persons offering to contract, will make
    :, in seasoned heart of white oak barrels B. Roberts, Peter Simmons and James proposals writing, sealed and directed -
    atatedin every bid, and the proposal must 4t1JH C'subscriber. Executor of-the last] the,Pork-in barrels full hooped. Patterson. to me at this place stating the
    I be sealed and directed to the General 7 Will; and Testament of Francisco The provisions to be inspected at the 5th. : .it Jeremiah f1t 'per pound,in a single bid for which
    Corley's judges
    M ;
    t Post Office, and endorsed; Proposals. Touard,late of Peirsacnla deceased,offers time of delivery,and the contractor to be John Lott, Jordan Smith and William; they will furnish, and they'shall be informed -

    I Strict attention\ mast be given to the endorsement for sale the following property, belonging liable for the: expense of inspecting; andill McNeily. of the acceptance. their proposals
    f I ,as it is not intended to break to the Estate ofth *said dedeased:Tit other, until.they ,6th. within the ,either by letter from or on'personal
    expenses iDiSTnicT
    are safely following
    ; assigned
    j
    1 : the seal of any proposal until the time for application to, me at Cantonment Brooke
    . shall have.expired. The undivided half of a Tract of Land, delivered at such'stdrehoUses: as may'be i limiti. The boundary lines of the ,
    ece1\'ing.bi4& on day above montioned.
    General containing : ,designated by.the.United States Agent. i Gadsden county.
    : 8. lue Post-Master reserves- ;Tht privilege is reserved to the Four Precincts John Page Lt.
    United I ; .
    of : ,
    to himself_the right declaring any.con '
    I, tract at an end,'whenever one failure happens 4]( &Ua< Stats of increasing or diminishing the I Ist-At Matthew Pain's house-judges .lnd., ut. Com. of Subtittcnee.

    j ,which amounts the loss of a.trip. Situated North East of Bayotugte Ia quaxtilies,to delivered, one third, on M. Ni chohoti, Thomas Speight and .Matthew NOTE-No proposals will bereccivei

    j 9 The distances stated arc such ,as Trucha, on the bay of San Mary oe Gal. giviisixty days'previous notice.. Fain. after.the 31st October;1826.
    Tie.power is reserved by the Commissary 2d. -At Shared McCall's
    communicated. this house-judge 18-18t.
    have been office, vez, about"twenty one miles from the ?
    terieraTof Subsistence,of redu ing ..-HenryYonge, Sharod McCall and Mark
    and some of them maybe incorrect : on City, of.Pensacola : and a "
    ) .. this subject the .contractor must inform the quantities,oirf: dispensing with one Harvey. S Notice.PPLJC : .
    will not be. or mot articlespf subsistence at all the 3d-*it Andrew M. Johnston's house-
    hiniself.-The Department IIOUSE&LOTin ATION has been made to,the
    .
    answerable for mistake. posts $ any-iime before entering into i judges, Joseph McBride, Alexander
    4- Any contraband this previlege is reserved Douglass and William H. Ellis. I Bank of the United ,Stater for the
    10. In case where the mail is renewal of the
    every ind/Mjentently of that following described note
    ,and the con the City -of Pensacola, fronting 4on' reducing one 4th.-at the court house judges-_* I viz
    transportedin stages present third, ongiving sixty tice : .
    day'a.n Archibald
    previously Smith :
    tractor shall:-underbid, and the-under- Alcaniz Street,said containing 52 feet to tich delivery. But it is Thomas- sen. Henry Wilder and .. D.No. 16, payable to Benjamin
    shall .have&uch stage front by 80 feet deep and known in -the probable B. Wooten.
    bidder not
    property .that m alteration or reduction will .1tI UlST&1CTVithin the Morgan,at the Office ef Discountand
    . as may he necessary for the performance Plan the Cityasaumberll2. take Jlltje\ previous the contracts limits 6& following as- Deposit,N.Orleans, dated Phi
    signed
    The
    ; ; of the ontraCt., he shall be required to The above property will be soldon being maje. Leon county.0Four boundary lines of ladelphia 5th April, 1819, 100

    purchase from the pre nt.contractor' at credit-one half of the purchase moneyto .No advances will'be made in any case Precincts F. No.1619,payable to Chas. S..
    A reasonable valuation,the whol.e or any be paid in one year and the remainderin whatever;but will be madeonlyon ; West,at do. date, 1st May, 1825, 100
    ; ,. part of the stage .property, including two year, Payment to -secured evidence being payment produced at this of Ist-Iaraonia the house of John Ha.VlSjutlges.John H. No. 34, payable) .to Joseph

    \ '. horses that may be. statable for the service by notes, wiith a. mortgage on the ,pre fice of thedefivery and inspection.It lIavis, Charles Ponder Saul, at do. date 10th May 1813 100()(

    ,. and make payment therefor by mises. U expecsly understood, that at all and Reuben Manning.2d.11Ichasooky..t. E. No. 4716,payable to Chas.S.

    reasonable instalment, aa his pay becomes Desiderio Qutna. the depots And stations, the salt is to be the house ofCdL West. at do. date 2d May 5, 5"

    due, or as the-parties may agree. Pensacola 17th March 1826-3tf. received by measurement of thirty-two William Bailey-judges-\Villiam.Bailey, W9W9, sanie,. date. *4tti Oct.
    ; Thc*'terms will be made a condition quarts the bushel. John G. Robinson and John D. Edwards. 1824, 19

    a ... In the s.cceptanceof any bid under the Woodworth'3 JJZ LOdi B.--* When.a bid is accented, and notice Sd-Tallahassee the house of.Charles -! A. No.2542 payable to J. Coney

    't bid of the nresent'contractor.; and should i thereof given to the making the Pindar.-.jadges-Ede Van Evour, at'Phibdelpbia, 1St Jan. 181'l', 20-

    . t theUnoerbiddefTail to comply with them, PREPARING FOE PRESS) bid,'refusal or ncglecton person his part to give John Me her and Edmund Doyle., A. No. 1514. payable to.P. Seip

    ' his bid will be offered to tho'present con And will ''shortly ,Published, pood and sufficient security within a reasonable 4th-St- Marks-at the bouse of Jeptha at Philadelphia. .Jan. X81Z
    ,
    .. '
    _' tractor.but should Jie decline making .,. .i.-1 f time to specified by this Deparfcnexit Gilbert- dRo e .D:, Jouroloun,, -_
    the coiitraAit.that rate,.,the .proposal of T SUj'SCRIFTl.ON" ,'it will_then be at:the option of John Hamlinjfndl Jeptha Gilbert 8400
    the underbid3er will be ceptedncou. !NOE ELEGANT VOLUME18 mc.. tbDepartmeuto couideF.1e contract 8th DisTBtcT; Within the following- ..
    ' -, jditionally. : signed limits, "The boundar/ lines of The above mentioned enclosed .
    . Melodic,;Songt, and )Jaladiarn.. **4hted or not. ." notes were
    'll.'Notfd oaU be After
    t i : TrithdmwB AUchiu county. in a letterofingructions delivered
    bids fcball liave m rory,. fiat tor.at. ,' _. sentimental. ., Itia required that persons making proposals ,
    the time for receiving expired '' vrho,are unknown to this .Three precincts; to Capt. Andrew Boyd,,.pl'the Schooner
    should *ny,person n ,refuse to patriotic and religion,. must- their bids: Department 1st-at the'ho vise of Edward 1L Wan- Caravan, of .New-York; 'which. vessel
    I bylee.
    take the contract si his bid, he l shall be By Sjuitrn, WOODWOBTO ,Author of.the ten ;recommendatory accompany from gentlemen ton-judge..Edward )L Wanton John went to sea,from this Po.u 1 the 17th ..

    -feeldfresponsible :to,-Deportment foroi' Chirapions of Freedom, Magnanimity, of respectability, who K are known to the Fleming andThomas Bush. .. ,: day of Sept. 1825, bound RtItedoJI: -
    ' t he difference between his"bid, and that Resignation, Quarterday, New Haven,' Government.- -All bids unaccompaniedby 2d-at the houJe.I'JI.G.L9perJ dges land, for a Cargo of salt ,and. not having

    : At which thccontract shall taade. No ,\Vido '._Son, Forest Rose. &c. &c &c. I such, letters will not received: .-JamesOsten. and I& G. Loper. .: since been heard Qt; it U supposed periled

    /dccteoxi on biO*'shall, be:,made- : known 'This'volume, which comprises, nearly : .- ,It is desirable i that all proposals made 3d-at the house of John G. Rails- at sea.

    I before the 18th of October 'The assignnintofany all the authors Z rica/effusions, (except be ataled: in' separate envelope! and judges Johh G.'BaUV William Gibbons' Ston ft Nisbet ,
    : contract4without: the consent occasiojial pieces,) will include the whole and Bennet Maxy DelL
    marked,' Projposals for furnishing Army Pc_ _01aIQtb 1826- l6Brackenridg -w6n.
    shall ..forfeit5t May .
    # ftftfce-fttvHMter General of his, fiub' ttence." I >9th. DISTRICT; W thin the following assigned ,

    and* n'til'cases wbcre: applicationxnadc is' 'SacTfcd ;JSIelodies* Payment to t>e made in drafts. pn the limits, u.1'b.e. boundary lines of es"A
    ,to. the :.Department to'actIU"" a Nassau county." UJ9gy
    at Washington or Atlantic
    .tfietenMJ l uit be fully.stated. and embellished 1 with one'or more el Department some ,. Four Precincts ,
    transfer. ; few
    in drafta of .of
    Treasury copies feackenridgie'jltaldgy
    city, or specie
    ,. *r, his er ismission egant Copper-Plate Engravings.Xrrm .. ttoai Bluff .
    ._ Should ;,conlractor agent payifig banks ta the Westward.Geo. Ut --judges -James_T. on the lives and characters of
    '
    ;
    .. ;. J .,' ';" ,ofcommercialA. I. ,. -One dollar, .boards. ,Oneil_ and-WOliamMathews junr. 't '
    $ ,', i1 R: O ''b ;OU :. New York,July 4tb 1825.., ., Gibson.. 2d-at the&ouse of HigginboUom ... ADAMS,Al>m JEFFERSON_ t
    J
    . '\ ni4lttk&iI' .iL.bc: ahaU. feifc, Id! :4 af Subscriptlopj'received, at ttus,or.LLJ : ..t'p.: ..''G=, c/'au6. .'" .JltM-"- ,. judge-.D.UiinboUom,.Higdoa Brows are.struck grin::pamphlets*and for sale.i

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