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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: October 6, 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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: the angle of a street, tance to admit, hoeing, as they the first coffee
Territory Wanda.i house which
end of the of man made an effort to himself was .1
and
: t'nscnu'TIOYe3r 5 in put : was lost to my view. I again must be; Kept free from weeds, hi a shed. I

1 1. S aposture; of supplication : he returned, deskbut my avocations remain in
Half my They'should three "
year
years It
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as his
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Quarter I me no their
year gave pleasure, then
my seminary ; they are i iI in 1635, 'by Thevenot '
and the ,
his
hair eastern ,
stood
on end. books 1
tians3ayahleinadvance.
thrown and
were aside
SubscrP I resting drawn and the. cut off"whhin traveller
tops
I but
I 'Misericordial was not much used
Advertisement
r AovKHTisiNn: -Every ;! misericordia! Ava my'head on my' band, I sat | three or four inches of the root. until ; .
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of column and measur- Maria when some bales
of the width one ? faltered forth the Colom : were
musing on the lovely creature, Holes in
than twelve lines of this' % are previously dug the brought into Marseilles. .
more bian. .Some of
not
, type! first i:1sertion'one dollar each Sir Ralph asked the man who thougltunconcious' of i:, had fields that are to receive them, fif The eastern nations .' \. .. 1
I : what the use it in sub t '
was of the '
i weekly continuance fifty cents ; longer> cause strange inspired !me with a feeling of which teen or eighteen inches deep, six stance mixed with oil
and
hlUwider ones at the same: rateWule conduct of the crew ; 'Misericor- before I had never been under the feet apart ; in these the that ball lay' !
young of
. and figure work, double price for the dia !l' was the 'only reply. ,.influence....,..my justness -became plants are set so .firmly as not to size of a tennis this mixture, of the l '
Advertisements will be "Sah; '" a ball is equal to a i
insertion. .
first tastefully according to the know guin soy -[Da you. irksome tr me, my nights were be pulled u P by a strong man. In loaf of bread, or a meal of meat 1
who I
am.] I ,
: nature 0" them, and will be measured by "JS/-El-0 Senor ml fri sleepless, in. short ::1 was deeply in three years they produce a small *' The trees, in good soil, will f

.natter of this size type.Vhe'l1 insertedat or- crap ; in four a full one. If permitted continue
intervals, (that is, not inserted everyveek dia .' Ave Maria !" answered the I love.My endeavors for discovering. to reach their natural to bear half century* and .,

from the first to the last insertion) smuggler.It I her residence were for a. long height the coffee tree woo one negro can take care of twenty-
grow five
- each insertion will be charged as a new was a considerable time before :time fruitlesa.but by unrernitted inquiry from 15 to .18 feet but do hundred trees ; but he' cannot ,
we not
;
for all '
advertisementAmounts advertising the fellow could 't lIed'in pick _their berries in sfason. _
on demand. c brought I at last found she allow :them to exceed five, both to In

i payable,C/* Liberal always contracts will be made with back to his senses, when he -street. .I -learned also that facilitate the gathering of the berries -, gathering these, n field must begone I

advertise the gave his account of the matter she native of'NewOrIeans .. over a Dumber of times ; all t .
t rfcosc who wish to by year. ; was a ,. and to increase the quantity, -

t dj::: *Communications directed to W.Ilascll that they saw a vessel apparently that-she haC, come on a viit to 49 that nutriment which would be ,are not ripe at the same period. .

. Hunt, Post Master,' PenSacola: following them,with*only two per- this city, and-expected! soon to re- conveyed to.a tree of sixteen feet :The: __.size. and!._ color of the ripe fruit

will be duly attended to.. ,. J'' .qU Jr.AA .. j. ,..,
; t :: Sons 0" board, and steerine' wifehfont i t-UF-Jr-lQ.JJwe wa 'now, :iort be lost being confined :to fives : .

a'ii nfi fe'd'ait? *oWctljr in tne [-she would soon. Be ftiKi, to her expends: in tbe fruit what naturally would fora the.the silos.ir'if'a */..l. #, like .; ; .

t ()'Errl C a1 teeth of the wind, current and native city, and I might never see have.gone ;0 the branches. of a larger receive-i'ry'being, two found of those-wedv you i
, in each. In
tide. her again, I accordingly repairedto plant. The trunk is small the
rich
new, soil t
. Pnr the Peutncola Gazette. Against the wind the tide there are sometimes
,
against her lodging, and had the sat branches
.1 at Bay Bait Florida, long, slender and hori- three, and in old tree in I
Jjmn vritten. Tampa She steadied with upright keel I, isfaction of her in. I dry soil
finding requested zontal
in
Ah! here would 1 dwell with the friend of That they knew no ship could coming alternate pairs, only one. In Arabia the trees' ;
the landlord, with whom 1 orin scientific ,
heart, ; hrase, are discus- to their
my move in such a course by hnman grow natural size and
' stillness of this peaceful was well acquainted, to introduceme ate. The leaves
Mid the are large, lucid,
; means: ; that they heard a deep consequently produce a math less
shade, which he did in a Polite of
very waving beautiful
i a deep glossy ahd M
, roaring noise, and an.unusuat quantity, also much smaller
IM )hailevcryi.ua: as hc'Jriseordepart, manner. The ice was broken, he I green; whilethe lower branches being fruit. t
I And nark his la.sllight on the glade. agitation of'vaters, which their left mefo strive for myself. We Hence it is that the. Mocha f

J / fears magnified, finally, that thay longest gradually shorteningtowards coffee is to superior to oura. ,
J engaged ourselves in conversing
Jo if woes should roe the lop the whole plant We endeavor
. And ever past oppress concluded.itto.be a supernatural raise as much, and
I with on-various subjects till the approach like a of foliage p
grief drove appears pyramid green as large coffee as possible because
bring back hers:.d string, appearance} accordingly evening warned me to with y
Or mem'ry white flowers red this
or sells the best in s. .
their ashore in market
Tn the silence of nature I'd fiud sure relief vessel .an agonyof t ePart. Never had 'I passed so fruit. They blossom in February Yet it is your _.,
by 'no fine flavored
terror, and escaped as they meant as
happy an hour. He fore;J departed, .and continue in bloom
two months
'
soft as the small"white coffee thai
a blest Fancy's he
And sour on wing.WUlithe could that wa'-unable to move,
that i had
I remarked her
, to some
or more. The- .white
owera is
'. and that --when he heard Sir are hardly saleable. 1 always hJosnfor
.
. carol of birds, whose music beautiful ahawls in my store, and much hketHe j saamine'in
-
appear my own use, what was called
Ralph's foots'eps, he verilY and
(d doth cheer, indeed believed that he fallen I requested she would cull the next. ance, and something like it in per refuse, and -find it ;far superior to

I'd unite and partake of their glee, was day and examine em-8he pro- fume, only less odoriferous. At
*,heir warblings so sweet toned, each into the hands of the Evil Spirit. mised ahc would & green coffee. The poorer the soil,
gentlyprrss- this
period what io the
'f s.ul: vision dear, Coleridge. West Indie vegetable and th. worse the trees look, the
hand 1 babe her 'far weU.I .
cs! Would oft chase,' when the breast .-_ ing her world can look more lovely than a finer flavored is the seed, but in

;e would. be free lilt-light that moment I observed field of coffee trees ? The.beautiful this'cue_ they bear but a small i
A bright toy.-An old school- .
atc a tear start in her eye, but green leaves,contrasted with in numerable quantity, !and that ,would not sell.
the white sea bird, embracing master, who.usually heard his pu had to
Here.view .not vanity enough suppose white blossoms is Has
a Age effect
, the pHs once a week, through Walt'sScripture a. good upon .
T! wave that was the cause of it. 'I returned ..
y, As he laves in the murmuring flo.od- History,.and afterwards charming aight. The fields too c offe Ir'keptbr-a-dry place, th oflavor ,

lit' The! ocean's bright tenants: who dart. to asked them promiscuously such home that night- .more deeply -, ave laid out -regular squares, will .Improve: '- 'ye.y'year;
in love than ever. It was long the borders of which
adorned and '
.11 'UwirpavesI are many gentlemen io England
I .wild.a\ esked deer of the woods. questions as suggested themselvesto ere sleep visited rnc, but when it- with avocado and
his mind,, one day desired a mango, orange, keep always a stock*for seven
did it haunt imagination
to
was only
my other fruit
treea with
together thechyomene' years on hand. .nut it must be
And the pay dancing beam ,as it play'don youngurchin to tell him who Jesse with the image of her
the leasalphms, and kept from the vicinity of sell ,.
. the wave was lwhen the boy briskly replied who in any
:; In flashes pf clear.epatfumg: light, i i the flower of Dumblane. was 'Uppermost my other flowering trees and shrubs cle that could taint it, for there is
,recall the fair" visioni which .nayd thoughts. I dreamed that I made add much to the of the
; Would I Congress Orato .-We once beauty nothing imbibes the taste or smellof
ture once gave, I her an offer of my hand, which icene. Did .
meet other
-DO living bodies
you nick
'.' "When she gilded the bOI ro: of night.; heard a country clergyman reprove she readily accepted, but soon after objects ttf contradict the idea cotrre.Vhole so9 or so powerfully i
you as
his and
congregation gravely assure cargoes
i the nuptial knot was tied, she
.T t.O' the Curlew's wild note might i complain them that the hand of Pro would fancy a well .ordered coffee alit have been ruined by being
for native
! her leaving
; to my ear, "vidence would not wink at their departed city, field! to be a second garden of E- placed near to casks of rum,
behind-this distressed
As the gathering tempest drew nigh, me den ; or you would imagine the ,&c
: transgressions. This was supremely sugar, spice, :. ; not is it possible
corrode with -.
a and I awoke. The
affliction should never me next morning ancients would : '
tear. f ridiculous, but can be she she visited not have placed by any process whatever, to -
with I as promised, .E:yaium on any island but this, renew it when once tainted. Coffee
.Tint: heart unoppress'd a sigh. readi matched<<: .,by specimens from storbut the
5hnvly mewas
. the Hull of our;enlightened repre my had they but known Cuba. A'very ought to be kept by dealers, ina

.Us the darkening storm, tho' it mutters sentatives. Mr. Pearce of Rhode forgotten, nor did ihe appeal'to brief walk will destroy this illusion room by itself, and in a very dry .
remember it she did
l awhile, as not however, and convince place instead of which
you
. Quickly) ,passes all cloudless away, Island sap, "My father and mention .it.-Before the lapse of, the has fallen ; they are
here
curse as elsewhere apt to select as damp will
both the dark- one as
mind should not reason grandfather saw
Somist of the man)minutes, made r.i offer of: ,.
beguile, neat of night glitter on the blaze hand. Blushingly she said not wholly ruin it, ia order to makeit
,
Or ob.ciye the rich rainbow of day. of their dwellings; ''lr. Randolph she my was sensible of the honor! The average.quantity of coffee j weight heavier. .Coffee mightbe

the of ufiection might shed its talks of "standing :in the would confer on her, but there to each tree per annum, is one cultivated in some parts of Lou

Here eye vacant place which 1 now occupy;" bar to our u- pound. Whrn the berries are isiapa; but perhaps not,nCluth to
bright beam was an insuperable
\nd'uft lullov the spot where it fell..Sjjmft ,- but he was probably absent. when nion ; she said she was pennylras' ,: r\pe, as they begin to be in September make ot thft, iutroductioo" of it an object

blaisij soothing vision illumine he said it. The members from and that she resided With a mai- they are picked off by )rGfit. .

,
cacti dream- our own, State and city are too den aunt who Avas' 'as destitute as hands, laid into the heaps for ,,two .

Tis here I'd perpetually dwell.E. much engaged m.writtng for QewsIppers herself. Charmed by her-candor, or three days, until 1e pulp beginsto From the Worcester Aaticnal+Jt&f, .
A. \V. Gun shot found fruit
on
{ to edify us with .any very I I told her that my fortune (whichwas ferment ; they are then spread
: Tree*.-There is a class of effem-
F- choice figures of rhetoric, but the the aicaderos' to dry
., amp!"-) was sufficient maintain upon being '
\ 1.\1S1X.G. following by Mr.l\larkwel1.h quite us. and ihui .I would settle an raked up and covered at night or inate sportsmen -whose skill ia

,. .. J'I ingenious : "If this bill passes, a annual stipend on her aunt for the on the ,approaching of a shower. gunnery ia limited to the murder

from the ,fial{,,,;re Chronicle, small still voice will be heard in remainder pf m.ylife. My dear When thoroughly dry, they are of the poor Robin,as he chirps a*

Steam-A J 1?u.lt.-Sir: Ralph: the western district which will ,not sir, had ou wittnesbed the effect' hulled in a mill that U worked by mong the cherry leaves,ftad feasts

\VoodforU toW us, that when this knock in vain at the door of Congress "generosity> ," as slid termed it a mule. The coffee is then winnowed on the fruits,preserved. from destruction t
my ,, his '
inTrinidad by warfare
first started, ( diligent t
s..earner wa J ittiit"--NY.! fiaflct.MISCELLANY. produced on her, you would have. ; then again picked over by
the
and a large party, upon ,predatory host of insects
,) he hand to clear it from gravel or
------ symphathised\ in "it-wiping the
who blast the bud '
the underakin -. waste the
mode of patronizing : dirt then into bags then
as a tears from her she her ; put. ; x
eyes ; put
flower
. took a trip of pleasure .. -. ", .a' ........ sent to our market; .then shippedto and consume the harvests
hand in mine at tbe same timegiving "
<
of the Bous he Itland Patriot., sold of the Yeai. 1 ruse indolent
;in her ; through some From { Long to retain yours ; then bough and as gentlemen
permision
It.
-" in tbe main ocean: Almost I ,LOVE. AT FIRST. SIGHT. forever.As .me ."many times as need be; then 'it is without energy to pursue A

and had occasion to visit the store the invigorating and'healthgiving -
outside I
as
sick
very one got friend concluded, he roasted ; then ground ; then boiled "

they 'returned through the Boca of a friend yesterday, whom \ had called out my in aloud voice "Caro by you : for Americans do not chase of the nobler game over

Grande, there was no one on deck not seen for some time. After which certainlyone I know how to make coffee when bill, by stream and through valley
line a lady,
the helm and him conversing for a considerabletime upon it. All this tedious ; without activity to disturbthe
but the man at of the loveliest I ever beheld, they get pro- in his Woodland
in the variou subjects, the conversation be before patriclge bower
self. When they were on made her appearance. "There": cess'must gone over we .

m middle of the passage', a small changed to one more said he, "is my lovely Caroline ; I can get a cup of coffee ; yet the ,, or start the quail from his

in- to feelings.: He be the I grassy nesting, without: skill to r
privateer, such as commonly congenial my sixweeks ago she. was poor and French seem to only people "'
; the of the
interrupt flight woodcock
troubles stated that "it was possible for a who either
the Christians
Jested during God
the gulf friendless, but now, thank ,i among! prepare i the limit
.
or their
snipe depredations '
with
making all to become captivated a the welor) duly
:n Colombia was seen man she maylook with disdain. her I beverage' appreciate i '
to the :
Trinidad. first sight and as a confirmation it when it ia & gardes and the
sail for the shore of lady at former poverty. ,1"h\l.ia' one of prepared ; i orchard and :their '
revenge want
told me a story relating their of it is
seemed unaccountable manner preparing
r Her course the many instAnces in which ,persons yet of 'I thcgeld
success those
what their surprise, to himself. the 'most, sim le.-The ,.art I D.
; but wa have felt the.,& ft, of Cupid great I pleasant birds,like,the swallows .
'Vhen they observed, 'that on nearing "Sitting one daf"said my friend first lies in making it as strong.,as can :m
dcbk which contigious at eight. .. and ; always the companion! ot ,men,
She coast the privateer never "at my was .. be; then diluting il with boiling y
whose hail '
.the
that slue run to the window I observed a young s"1'I Uk."o songs coming! <<
tacked and Anally .
about eighteen, From tbe JVcvCoffee. ,Tork.Stateswan. :sPvingtime and,
herself direct)? on shore, the crew. lady, apparently with 'slow and dignifiedstep .-The following:passage This y "Yltaab1e berry. ,oowco_. generally of the '.car. Th*. jnnoccat.

:i: the same lime 'leaping:out over passing a rather occurs in a letter from Cuba pub csed allpver the .oldJ tknown'eveti't '.was. and harmless:tenants of tee cultivated : 4

tie bows and ..idel.oC the vessel, ; her complexion was Dot Constantinople, .
otherwise and there )lisbed in the Boated;.MpDthlY Magizine. rove'areit.the_ oajp ,ie. t

# and scampering off, a, if they dark than. sadness, in her The detail of the, ,manner where ilYoostitutes at this'period tim'of .their"fBrtWrthr! .exploits .
sweet
were mad'some; up the moun- was that. is of producing and 'consunvinjg.;' a favorite half,the sustenance. of Ihe"peoplt', the trees tjwmsehres suffer great F
which to peculiarlycharming
aiua, and others i into the thickets. countenance female her berry, will interest,, coffee until ii,' lately as 1554, Duringthe and '(.&a1 injtry; In: some, respedtst .k

Thiswas so strange a,flight, that in a young -which takEa..inJlcatlY the Turkish lent, coffee irnol a- :..,dnslogf ma/ .be'traced

Sir lUlph Woodford ordered the eyes were of a dkep,.b.l.acok.. as wad bibbers. lowed to be used. The Qrst known. betweentb'e animated ;sra.table .
wljic fell in I whole community", :,' -, :
iirlmsman to steer for the priya- her beautiful hair, cheek. The coffee tree isa native of in England was in 1652, And 'was to g doin.. The mineral.fjoitoas,'
her
jeer, :hat he might discover the graceful ringlets down divine Africa, where' ,it is not treated in introduced, by.a.Mr.'Edwards, who when taken. : ;'into .the circulationtofeither "

caue, of it -When they came In short, she was the most she the same manner .that we treat: it. not only brought home coffee occasion a,.decline 'raore

close, the ve .el appeared deserted: ; creature \ ever beheld-a and We first plant themp berries in a from.Turkey, but also. a servant or less rapid in proportion to the '

Sir-Ralph went on board of her, k I passed, 1 flew to the door that is ia a manner shay l who understood rc&ting \ad prc- viral- importance. of the part ibj.t

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? "of' the Interest o r. c..1i. 3h,,.Gttm. toi9-r, ii '.
til'to inVir 'fttti t1. :'tp exam- "rta as! the :act grinlu.f; i"'.? right '"? pre-'' the Atyluni .at' rh? sacrifice of the I fromlimageri t> G.Coxvan: rnc of the! Board i Of.this determination: }'() Cuuh:

; 'lnii"1t ,j1.e' condition oT: "t ie 'Ift.esl clnF.lion to jetjjers "in I llorida, a lit give "interests of fris; consTnufnts, but ) to-'Mr White &c.mut l subject 11'.10iid:1.> been ai'Prisrt3. rAe a" :proof ';''

exposed to fhejvisit of those .1 ll'recetlerict'tuthrir! claims be.Ieavetnt ;al&o that l, These d ocuiOcitts putthe\ ./ 'gitaut.atteptiugfotlle! interests' c;
trug- t qU5t that.instructions, maY he is..m'tHn 4 f TCH during his. absence> to rest. .* your in relation to the
nfttiimous', huntrrsyho CU1I t"tit : the pruot., (U ,tfCat'eblllt'r lands in the his attention ha*not been diverted : ". RespectfullyYour your constituent!"s; of mat.
themselves with throwing ,double I front the and Obedient Servant, ter, I send >ou U copy your own I letter
,. ;planif those occupied within thc toun- welfare prosperity I to the Secretary of the Treasury, writteubefore

hand ul cf shot at a mark ships." }I I tf the Territory, and that he has 1$. F. Pleasants.LIE I had any intimation of dissatisfaction
you
a school boy would not miss: with Joseph M. White. l be'en emphatically, what he has UtsM, August S9lh,' 18J6: among your constituents, and also

a stone," it will bf found, that the 'Ion. tt'ohard+ : Ito"',, unerringly been called by his ere P. Mrs u KRH, ttsq.! ,. a copy of the me mortal of the Hoar.l: to

k' branches shattcrtcf' or penetratedby f firci'ftartof the Treasury.Then I mine, "'he vigilant Col.Vhitc.." bill :, 'There has this day reaclied.me a the Department, forwarued at the I same
follows letter from Mr. ( Handbill, purporting \\f.Uen.y time of letter.
a your
the If ad, exhibit numerous I But in order to show the folly as of Col.Vhltt.".,
ir vindication that conduct
!Rush to the Governor of Florida ; i yourself, ; I regret much your has
-1 black, cankerous excrescensesand : I well as the wickedness of the inventors against c< ain charges brought against been called in question-from what I

Pre> !** ,nhe, .tynuonis of ill this contains a decision which I and diligent propagators him as rep resentat'n e of Florida! .. I most conceive want of proper informa

health. if the subject be watched goes to shew that the Claims of of the slanders against him, let us The third charge specified is represented I tion. '

l the Set tit-is cannot 1 IK intruded on, what 1 as having originated in statements The charge of neglect of or' com pro.mating .
<< further, it will be noticed that see the Representative from
by loca\i subsequently! made, made by myself to some persons living! j jon the interest of settlers in yourTerritory
I J decay extends. itself from branch even when the law under which Kentucky slid the Agent, and Ghi'lola.I"entered It accuse, him ot" having ,' + so far as my personal ,knowledge

M f to branch and, finally, seizing on Trustees of the' ,Kentucky Asy into a secret correipondfnce, I, extends, i I'v.trsout foundation.1'rnn .
such locations made had been
t the trunk, corrodes the hart, ar.d are lum (who were depended on to with the agent or trustees of our institu-I : the papers herewith sent you, evidencing

t the ding plants; raridly wasting :I paaticd a long time previous tothe vouch for the correctness of the lion, for the purpose of getting the wish of our Board, I trust

: n\V8y,**.alld unsightly ohjecs, \> ith' passage,t" of the Preenipticnbill. statements on the other side of the make their location in Florida and ofl that that' meritorious class of vour population
in them !
succeeded to
1 His have having procuring j the settlers will far from
" I Excellency must so be
. 1 naked. limbs and leafless :01)9.n.; been ia of this letter question) say on the subject. I send an agent there for that purpose." j II ting, dis, leayedbegatified with your at-
: f til the winds remove the deformity. possession IIinnoDsr.ur.! ';, 31st .1tig.1826. hope that this matter I has originated (as tuntion to their interests.Our .

; t Long labour-r cultivation, I previous to the location of the DEAR SIR : Maj. Moore called on me you intimate in your publication) in some Institution by bringing all her

I la ul granted to the Aasylum, because this morning and requested! ,me to write misconception or misapprehension of I
; the toil of planting tlr: can of lands into market upon terms more /a-
without it he could! have the foregoing statement ; he regrettedlhat some conversation relating to the
I n:+t
useable and advtntageoui than the
coerceI' Government
t the Againstthe I I
watering precaution you did not lake the statement when I p+'ndenc: of others-as I should :
located the ;ttiminaries. t, townships for the and at tile same time, will
t t vicsi;iiude' |of a changing cli- he proffered it to you, feariyg that his recollection to believe, that any one has been guiltyofso
I! the interests
of
Se The production of i it ) certainly promote actual
not enable him makeit
! natart necks': :ry to repair the might to great and wilful a misrepresentation settlers.
wanton destruction.It would have quieted the apprehensions as full as it ought' to be ; it was hastily However it may have originated, I feel it I c! I Sir
of written and as hastily revised: and corrected both CII.Vhite am ,
the settlers, saved: our a duty which 1 owe to
t is easy to tr ace the cause of by him. }leis the imiduotia i Very respectfully
indignant At
Delegate unmerited abuse and 1 .and myself; to state to you vxpticitlyand -
Your Obedient Servant
these effects. On cul'.iug into aJ L of ,
course your enemies and seemed through you to the public, that I never
branch where shot has lod ; -'d. I prevented much trouble; as ihe Secretary much gratified! at an opportunity of intended to Authorise any such statement. D. Gr. Cows

a J tic; 1 lead is foui.d corroded und in this letter unhesitating beanng teAtimony to the rectitude and In the first place. I am the only agent Every candid and impartialmind

t ly assents to the position assumed 1 propriety of your conduct in this matter.Fearing of the !Hoard in this matter/and can declare
:
changed: into wnile J powder, easily must acknowledge, that the
, tnat some accident might occur, 1forward that 1 had
I by Col. White that the Act never any correspondence of
granting
I>
t : taken up by the vessels of thtl' = 1 to Mr. Hunt a copy. kind much less defence of! Col. While is now completely
the right ol pre-emption to any a secret correspondence -
wood, and impairing the purity of In haste, yr ors, with Col.! White. To tins da}', it is sustained, and on referenceto
sealers i in Florida, will!; give
I r the iluids: circulated through theAthclc. precedence B. F. Pleasarits. true, that 1 have ndver yet written to him the following decision of the
to their claims &r.Ts the first letter received the first letter
or Secretary of ths Treasury the
lion. Jas,11,11'hite.Ilannonsxune. settlers -
:a's-: r DKFAIITMBNT, 7 \\Jrum hintt on -neither did
subject
I The agriculturist! who strews : any of Florida will perceive thathe
May 17th, 1826. $ ,, Aug. 31, 1326. Col. White in 'any way, directly! or in- ,
.,. rsemc ni the mangers of his cattle Sill : I have bad the honor to receive SIR : Perceiving from pulltctiollsinthe i dirccly, attempt at any time to induce ; manner of the location by the

t : would, be as vvixeas the cults 1 your letter of the 20th ult. I I V, PensacoU: Gazelle, and a hand bill, myself or the Trustee (to my knowledge Agent of the Kentucky Asylum

l ,. sate r of nn orchardwho! ,'sutlersthe Kvery disposition is fell by this Department slonrd"Jamey Webb" addressed to the ) to make: the location in Florida. is thought to have involved a deviation

I fowling piece to .spatter/its, to give to the grant, in favor of S?- people of Jackson County that you are The conclusion>> to do so (!should: the grant .' from'instructions and that
min:,ries o'f learning in Florida, a construction Charged in Florida with
I ; entering> into a be obtained) was formed long before we '
showers\ his
treet : where
leaden among as liberal as' the terms:: of the act \\ill I .secret correspondence with the Agent were advised of the final passage of the it conflicts with preemptions

It were well ;It' r'-colit-ct that tltos e;!: permit. 13tit on examining; it in conneclion o! the Deaf and Dumb Asylum for the law, and induced, so far as 1 know or claims claimants having

'f bills, which peck a) the berries uf| with the act to bleb you allude purpose of getting them to make their believe, by the recommendations of our preference, the Asylum mast look

; summer, have bC4"1l diligently employed making' a similar donation to thc Slate of I. location in l-'loriihi, and of having succeeded own representative and the information to Congress for their ren1 dy.
Alabama: it would appear! that the two in getting them to send an which ourselves
in agent we possessed on the
during the spring{ protecting acls cannot be placedJII the same foot here for that purpose," 1 consider it but subject,and not by any representation or TIlE St7nT DzrAaTjmiT,?

t them fio ," flfpiedafion, fie iul;'. IJy reference to the latter act yourExcellency an act of justice to state, that 1 believe agency of Col. White. All that I then Septembers,1826.; 5

.' thai a few chorries iiiay be sparrdfrom will prrcehe, ttrit it contains the charge tube wholly unfounded. knew or now know ot any correspond SIR : 1 have had the honor to receive

the table to reward their express authority fur the instructions given It is true that you threw no obstaclesin race ofCol. White,to which 1 could havur the your letter of the 18th ult, in relation toe

,: i good services. If they should become by this Department: to locate the Ja.ul the way of the jussuge of the bill, n had reference in,any of my conversations forthe landllocJ.ted of the by you in West Florida,
in small tracts this provision is not in the did the from either of use Kentucky Awlum for
r in their demands ; : Delegates the Ter- with the people on Chipola: is this. A the
exorbitant Deaf and
'
j, act in fa\Ll. <;! Florida ; the grant} is of ritoies. The majority in favor of .thelIu'asare bout the tune 1 left Kentucky for Florida, Dumb, and requesting fur .
for those fruits, of whichnature : h entire which be located the feasons therein set forth, that the
lown hip must
f ; was overwhelming, and : 1 had learnt that
any opposition ( alter Ile passage of the selections '
.... t has ghe.tla m the! fee to I{ as such, and will not it is conceived, ton measure of this national character law for the benefit of our institution, the letter which of the were not sanctioned by

; collect the necessary food fur life, I adnil of the location of '':various tract::, to not affecting the Territory of Florida I Col. White had, in letters to some of his Commissioner ot" the
make the quantity of land contained ina ( will be from General Land Office of the 26th June,
up .as seen an inspectionof friends in this
and ussig'ied the reversion: to us neighborhood,.....mentioned might now be confirmed.
tau'nshi',. the 1 have also
bill) more titan either of the otherTerr.tories the of
passage thin law and said should
::s ;;ic. asatit luxuries, U is easy to In regard to the number of townships would not only have; been me Trustees determine, to uukc,their location received letters from Messrs. Cowan and

J t frighti-n them'' from the banquets{ contemplated by tlie/ grant, I have Io oo- fruitless and unavailing, but would have in I''IUridaas he Harbour, as a committee on behalf) of the

I \vthout destroying their ,us.ful.! : serve, th.it cur same act having dividedthe been regarded as sellisli and improper, would,.that he would be understoodthey willing to have Asylum\Vuite and from Messrs. Moore ami
the
: lives A bouid; tied by a string, Territory of Florida into two districts, atul would eventually have atiected >>enously the agency, the words: of his letter 1 findto These on same subject.
for Uic disposal uf the lands! Me yoursta.ulmg und influence m tile be -4 coinmunicutiuns: have: received
u tattered garment, ,villariuus ofg d's to locate: and sell: the land on all the attention
to be understood house, out detrimental on -ny part so due
proved t ii.ghly t r) commission" justly
Hat or vile i f elli stuffed I \vith i I -now, although 1 !luve no to the sources whence
Y in reference to those Districts :muthat the siicees or other measures\ in which! recollection of they come and
such conversationwita
straw, elevated oa a pole, wilt t be one .own&hip! must be iucaleU in eacii. jour Territory was interested. a11 any the interesting character of the institution
} one: on Cuipola, it is
: a more flatus{ protection thanthe Since the receipt of your letter, a communication After the passage of the! bill you went that, endeavoring to satisfy tem! possible mat toY ICII they refer. But with every disposition
our
has been received! from Mr.Wiiite with me to the to tavor, so far a be in
f popping of tht guns of a whole n Secretary of the Treasury location would he of no injury to them, the may my
that the and in power, interests of this
'. fCgimettL of the orchard infantr> represeuling! act granling ; my presence: protested: againstttie conceiving, as 1 did, that it the Pre-emp I cannot find in the establishment,
; the right of pre-emption to settlers in ;location of the grant in Florida, alleging I tion bill should considerations they
%vq have rntiontd. If they nuat i'iondu pass und give them theprdercncettbey present grouiuls for vWr
f tull give precedence to their as a reason, that large grants of would then have all acceding to
; br. sacrificed, however, it would claims over tile hml1s'hlch you are authorised V this description had a tendency to impede expected and m case it had failed they that proposition.

be more .athf.it.ry, to set: the tuloC! +te." You \vill DC pleased, the populutidn of the Territory; but then it would be more to their interestto 182b My instructions of the 4th of May.
neverliieic.ss, to select the two townships, observed to .Mr. were conceived to hare' been fram
Rush
Secretary that in
sloorrs proceoV in 'he more sciniihc purchase of us, who would sell
or a ed in
,. embracing as much good land free tr.)m the event of the trustees of the intitutiuntletcl'mining credit, than: of the United Slates that :1 spirit of much liberality, as applicable
of 1
; and mode ,
gentlemanly sucu claims be found in to the construction of
a may practicable, defiance: of your wish, to may have adverted to his the act of
g: I .;, dg the bird on the wing, thunto and it any tu lausc claims shad be hertaf locate the grant in Florida, you -would accept of an ngency in the willingness locution and to Congress, upon which they were founded .

i \';fV them creeping. u;> io thesiav : teri-.ilabii:>li.d within the lownsinpy lhaslocated prefer that it should he located in smaller 1. tale of the land,as: an evidence that he did ; and the manner of your location i il
still
chi 'c can be no doubt that Congress bodies than an entire thought to have involved a deviation
feathersind afttr deli
then and be not
; : ; ) township, regard as>> opposed to the interests from the
will make a further grant in 1'3.01'uf irected to be sold :is speedily ut his instructions. Nevertheless I am
as
possible. )
rraieaitn
; sending the urge i-t I constatucl1ti.'hatccr
they
the nunuriis, equal to :he ql.lIltywhicil It was never intended may not unwilling to sanction: those parts of
} ht a.l of victims of '. or contemplatedthat tnutkof his zeal torthcr interests, I know
the the the location
\ uiigf.nylc may be thereby suhlracled iiiaUtlUr.1l" l the grant; should be so locate' as tomteilere mat he h.o; zealousand! 1 tear I lying within townships 6 and
very but
"
I craft lu alitJl1 ia) snail 7, ranges 11 and 12
tracts.
;; : whit tile claims of too except the detached -
-
_--l!!: .. -:-. -- 1 remain (preemptioner successfully: opposed ours. section No. 3
:: very respecttully, a bill for whose Benefit had been 1 ho" rlo be township 6, range 11)
Florida
.M" ,f\ ) l Your obedient: servant, p..". *d, and in tavor of winch ; in again in the believing hat this course will
iP had! 'J p0JaCc
ig of
few
;. \ ,,: .. ,3 Uiclmrd Itush. manifested much zeal. you coon then> : all a this mouths misapprelieusioa Then, if shall not until be no public inconvenience, and being desnous -

: : 1S26. His P. Duval. '1 Ins bill for the benefit of the Asylum understood and ot going to the utmost extent of
::.-,-FUIIAY- -- Uc.1'UIf1.1 U 6,, Excellency was introduced by myself; and was"en rectJI1e.. : ,';' the law, for the sake of accommodatincr
t t'c The third! copy is of a letter under lam, Sir, the institution.. '
; i r tirely
; aansficur, my management.and control.
.. from Col. White to Mr Graham 1 Very respectfully, Your
1 ;---- :- --: :--'-; ==-:'--';; :::--- 1 was the only meoiDer of Congress with -V request to be permitted to with-
jytctfon Returns,-'I'he: folluxvingt'le written in Kentucky vvhom the Yours 5tc.Saml. draw such portions of
"f aft" at Harrodsburg i I trustees c rr<'slollljed, and with i your selections aj
rewlts ofi lie election, fur Members of or./:1 four {lays! after the d : a fun knowledge. of all that was said and I K. l. elson.Dll'VILLE may-be found to conflict with-- .nrp.emh---
ilie Legislative Council; ot Florida a I far done in lion claims, and to -'I'
" s first in Hi's reiAion to thu business, 1 state i relocate them in snail
Jiublicati'jn fiujitr o n '
,- rii we have heard of them. ails tile fullest confidence Aug.29lh, 1826. tracts cannot be acceded to. Ifthe ;irtt
I'iut it e-
was Col. J. M.
the In which he WIIITB
subject ,
ax
: strong- res'.softhe
,t first District. impobsmic mat you could know, or have Asylum should be in danger
iy vindicates the rights ol the y e t- SIR-I felt no little suprise' at the information of suffering, from
: Tor Peter Alba, 82 votes. any participation ill the selection of the these Pre-emlpttun
..: i.i John de la luaEsq.( C7 tier,s, as cou'd I thus, who Have been Agent, or ale Territory in wiiich the :that you you have gave been me informed a tuw days: : since I claims, Congress mast be looked to fur

Zecqnd District, so forward to procure from Washington ;)raut,11uu1J: be located. persons in that some the remedy, and woald! probably not be
your Territory were
displeased
, D.tvidC.: Tinkliani Kt.q. 10* votes.Au.ini a decision, precisely similar hastily' and! respectfully, with your conduct as Delegate of I the terntoiy indisposed to add to grant it. 1: may also beproper

'f orion P.sq. o3 to that which was already inpossession Tliu P. Moore. of florida/ra Congress & arraigning of the line, that between if on a final adjustment -
llavidtrc t'.'f1inkhlln> Es'l-alld'l'ctcrAlbi| the State rf
..: therefore elected. 1 of the Governor and Hon. J. M. White, )reatB'ourcom'Sf of the:settlers.as couiprouiittiug" the intc- Alabama and the Territory of Florida, it

might much more readily havebeenprr.Jucedj'had should be found that
t lUnuoosBcito, Aug. 30, 1825. 1 have on to-day been put in possessionof selections any portion uf you.-
: :
J We have been competed to omit much :! it suited their \V IUSKt.LUV.NT, .:SI' a handbill, addressed to the Citizens similar should! fall within Alabama, a

: V.ailcr, prepared for this day's paper.Tl purposes as well.IlAnuoiisncito. Sill-Col. White put into my hands, the of Jackson County signed by "James necessary resort to confirm U Congress. will become
\. such
Ken. July 19, 1826. evening before he left my house fur PensacoU Webb," in which it i iy mentioned as a lain selections.;

, 't ,e last mal brought u$ a Sill : Thlgellt of'the Deaf and 11wAs'tunl nb I n printed handbill signed l James: charge made against you that "after the Your very respectfully) ,

t.. > of of Kentucky called on'me yesteiday Webb, with a note appended to it from piss4ge uf the Kentucky Asylum law, obedient servant,
t 1m H, .t r D"D: I :In.I (Signed)
to ,solicit+ my assent lo the location of you. Knowing myself that the charges Col. White entered i into V3 secret correspondence
vilk Kentucky,in relation to the the land in Florda as represented in the male against Cot. White were totally with the agent* or trustees of Uichard Rush.

'loca'i.n 01'the Land granted: to plat furivardcdl'rcn your oUicc & to the groundless:: and believing that the Agent that institutionfor purpose of getting' Rev. S. K. Nelson,

; ihe Deaf.nti; Dumb Asylum ol location of such jrjU'U, as should be covered and Managers of the !UCllfand Dumb As)' them to make their location in Florida 1 Danville, Kentuck ..

i !hat State ; copies of leti'! cers fromheTrea5ury by the claims oli settlerson other! hun would promptly free himnl'romthesc and did succeed in procuring them to Much more might be said, on
contiguous public lau.Jls. Agair.st both unjust imputation: *; I asked his permission send an agent here for that the
\ tilt purpose" subject did
.. ', Department, on of tvt.,chas the Jieprcsentalive of the to forward the publication! to them, as an act of sheer justice 1 make to we attempt to an-

rt tub3t'tttvert'wtthe, s-me tine, rereivrd Territory, I fed it my duty to protest, und he consented and desired me to inclose the folio wing sute.T.ent. you swer all the vile slanders and dirty

,by Col. White, and have, I MIII gratified to perceive that there is to you any communication they might 1 was a member of the Legislature of abuse which has been heapeJon

:' ,h eh l.Jl'd to us by that gentle such a coincidence in our opinions on the I nuke me on the subject.You Kentucky at the time the institution was Col. White, or the foolish and

;;' man. S. much represenation subject. 1 do not think the act of Congress I w'rtflind enclosed:: an open letter incorporated and have been, since that I stale renUl' ks which have ben
: ; confers such on the Secretary written 5)\f the Rev S K. Nelson, the time, (HUl)
had made ; any powers a- probably the inort active made
brt-'n use of Col. i I !
' 'k: during : and in :giving instructions to Io. Sent oi'tli'e Ai)'lum.to Mr. Webb 1 alstf. member of the Hoard of Trustees, in en- respecting ourself, by those

r: .Vh-'s tbsiM c;', which: trr&rducti cate it in; bodies or' four sections each, he i enclose a part of a I newspaper:: printed at deavoring to foster and establish the institution too contemptible to be. worthy of

ti<:>*nt& so clearly expose and they has given the most liberal construction i Danville on tie 20tti April I, containing i ) on a permanent basis.! To me further notice Our sole object majicj

l"1ftj iu fully support the Celenceaf that the J law will wull.tnt'ana one, wlncn, I resolution: of the !Hoard of Manager: *: of the has been conhded almost the whole cor.respondence has been to advocate trots 1

C.JIV bite. which wr published! if not sanctioned by the precedent in arc I Deaf and Dumb Is} lumcfthe 15th April, ;; in rf.luiiou to it. I have in and juauce.wunom
ft 1 : d'iiutiOn lo Connecticut, 1 should sty was i I pre.entimj their thanks to our member consequence kept u,) a constant I regard to per-
t
last week' ; that we c:,nceue it I not warranted! by ttie letter or spirit of thelaw. I II of Congivss &c. at the; same meeting Ir. pondence on this subject: with care aonsand that having been satisfactorily

::1 'i u.; to ;all crested, tc give them I The idea that they coulu null over' i I Nelson was appointed ageiit and III a few. Moore our Representative in Congress Major, accomplished, we are satis.

,: la the public without drla)'. the settlers, was so preposterous as to require days was off for 1'f urulx. to endeavor to obtain a national endow fled _

'J'urasuiiy DIPAUTMBVT+ 713th'tiei nut even a {passing remark. The The truth is tfl.tt :Mr. White! was at that ment to the instimtionand I am perfectly

+niter, 1b16. 5 act graining p.'e.-cnipUoiis confers, title time pressing th_' .all possible vigor the welt convinced that if) oilier ------ -
to lle which the V.UlcmcntVas' passage of thq rc-entption\ law any cones OJJIjJI U J '!
"iHU-Incompll&tHd! with tlietreqileKt 81')0'o> and pondence on the subject ,had been I03. r ON S.
r contained! in your letter of the 28th alt. made ahc.'othcr gives a title to be located those concern t1 in promoting j the interests ned on, I should! have known it. ear .

; \ heg Jeave V> enclose; licrcwuli: copies I i in ono of the Terr tones, the location io of the Deaf and Dumb Institution, I the late session of Congress During corres ;
,
vf; the' letters clt crihecland I shall b:: 1 hal). be approved by cue Secreury; before any i it no far from having any correspondence i pondence on this' subject my For the Pensacola Gazette.

..I'Y, :t' they prove useful to you. i'lc to any specific land, vested, ,and us : with him, kept him totally ignorant ot i and I think 1 may safely was atfirm unremitted that Mu. HUNT-The three numberson

r .l have the honor U remain, the pre-einptwn law passed belore the I thei ir proceedings. They.feared that the : correspondence on this : no the subject ot <- Our Judiciary
+ AVitli location and approval, there vested operation of Ins pre-emption law subject was ever,
was a would th.
? great respect, *' ; during : sesssion or since maintained ,: recently published in ,
,
Your ob'tivuit.>> right in the. srttleraancl 1 beg, in their.b be detrimental to their interests! and d e : with Col. White by ihe Hoard I have ad. your paper
or :&: The
author is
termined i any mem unknown
to make their
liichaid liutih.llomJ. > I lul7 l| most respectfully lo protest.against location instantly, her of\it. My communications to
unul their claims so rapid were their movements Major to me, and whatever conjectures
any patent : are ascertained. / that }'UU Moore were of the
; M.White. perceive in'len ditys after the most frank and unrcscr'ed :- j w: have '
of
passage: of kind, and Ins 1 may bb object,
the
1 tar Ursi c.opvcontains 11 a.: -extract 1 have the honor to be &c. the bill information had reached Dan we happening to be intimate replies same, it is liberal to believe them to be

1 I I tout ar1 tit'r, from Col. .1 OS. M.' 'VVbite.George .. VII make le andthe the Joc tion.agent These was appointed to friends.: From the tenor of the personal cumin what.be says, and that he U, not

l White to th? ,jfccreiar} :of the Graham k4(l. ; show independent of the! eircu.iistances positive nications on the subject to me, 1 always governed 'by. that u,which prompts .

Treasury,.as.fulUwarA Com. of the Gen. Land Office. 9' of'tlie a lf cut) that it was impossible statement apprehended more from a supposed or the ptfny e .irts of a large majority

: \\; uiMwnx, MJIV 5th, 18, 6. We think, the foregoing are'arriply thai communications! could have possible danger tIle interest of the set* of
passed tiers in Fioridathau newspaper scribblers, of seeing"his
Silt: "A thet\voiourii:>,,mpol, UndforSeuiiriurieii' between from any other came
the Board and : ;
'" l suUicient lo snow, not unly thai.Col. MI'Vhit as from the intorq c' own thought in but -
:anon. had ftrJnt
of Learning, c .uu.tt,be c0deted t- I send also a 'copy ot letter received, ,
I l. While hid not corruptly"taken a written 1 and the other members ,with the (audible
:iIi loc .teel under the act; until lip.lir. Ii)' Mr. White to the ot 0f the Hoar hope tf changing

16r .>r l ill)' Uic Secretary uf tiLl l'rcasul1' J I I ft bribe to:1eiU'or to benefit., Treasury oti this. luhject Secretary, aljp A letter the cuaic had, long to me before conclusion the passage tlrat it of the, "law "'flulilic opinion" on thd aubjec! : of

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r| U fl'Ices and burningcur jnana emifnt that might be used- to Hi the plague: ence, to the I.le, and all the ,ccun- :Post Master oftht Bald, '
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our vyi-h much cotnmendar place certain individuals the I I Bis, Mingo. ,aid! I try of Ad rolr. '
on he 'mare.,
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b. faVdur of Lawyers: for our Bench, without any regard to qua. I Ilificatjons. lie iiiRht with third watch: of 30. And Notlaw become Ree- .1( g5, per annum, to be paid invar tubtyBJTEIHS '
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in too, very much admire The head of our Territorial his nightcap i nbitcua of the Isle and he was ;ru/ttu"ct; I '
girded 1
10 his
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.1dgS"J : gjoj 0V th law, and con Government is too feeble head, and one shoeon Yratcrces and Rerus&ert or Adi Journal is handsomely 'printed, -
his foot
(* and he fled ftSD. with a great number '
to the ,land .engravings '
the! ot.out. to i ro f,.which is to in the vernacu.
pillars aay
the else '
I'
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it
great say nothing
prit one ( to enter at ofCutnck, which is towards) to ilhistrate! the subject* treated ot Fifty. 4
tJ -I also admire an this lime i the lar tongue he recrirelh: keepethand two numbers, title,
rntneni upon a system of such gong down of the a l page, and an ample
and
g. firm lUoItJ, with llalive. good Importance* Let us endeavor I he tarried sun there disposeth of the money. index make volume It i."IiUen ,:etr
OOOJ. i hate? many days. by the -fafwt intelligent and distinguished
uiibeudint; lutecrl1Yseus as little necessity for courts :
10.
"ntl Butitcan.e to when practical Farmers in of the .. .
every'St.t
e .1 pass, For the PeieacQla Gazette. ) ,
'rl' uch a man on the bencbjfcel us possible, till time and a change the pestilence was stayed( ahcf'ihe The body ofa man'ru11j'. 'buried in Union, hid i is demoted to tbe-subjects .f' ';

. would IIy3CIF 1 mucn lal(1. in in our Territorial_ .administration I i inhabitants the City had Dithered the'miitl'was* tiCcidentuHvdiscovered, in .Agriculture, Internal Improvements, and 1 ,"

property und character may make it expedient .to adopt I themselves under I the"ChipuU s'waVilpifeaf WtfBBtiHe-. ,- on Uutal I and 1JUnietidxosrniny) ; .. ,:Q give ,Of .I.Ii
Uteir ,vitirs ..
I a better view of the and Verier df-- .1
petS0Tt who Sunday evening the wrope : ;
with some are some that 24Sept.
Rysterft '
'luhl% we can I and fh
support .tre that
1 !, the : '
Big Mingocame lie is the American Farmer the '
,
bat; and who o-nly Without supposed to have been about 25 followingsketch .
;aliCd1'9 ', pos55 oppressing l the people ; also among them. OroJ years of ige.liis 'frame was ,rgc is subjoined being the table or ,-I_ ,

law kU'Jwledge enough to and when we can get men of taleuts 11. And the people said unto his height about six feet-he'hud: au excellent contents of'seven numbers of the seventh- !

-"; : yand bsvfilder the mind. for and learning as jud es. the Mingo. whence comest thou set oReeth, the fore finger of the volume., ';_ ; .. ;

the object and end of jus7m f\ \Vc- h4V.. 8t present, three judges 12. And the Mingo answeredand right hand had been injured hi:; hair was I COTE rsor Ko.1.-On the culture and .1
lose
forms and in the light; brown and scanty, he appeued'tohave i >aratioa of Cotton for market, with I -:.
Territory whose ;
an adherence talents aid, from going to and fro in been dead about eight. or ten days engravings of Machinery used-on the t' :;! '.

:ccizuical.ty.! I consider such laY and learning have never been questioned ; the earth and walking up and and was undoubtedly in the first instance value and economy of the Ox over the. : ...v...

the most dang rlJu men that -these cost the 'lerritory I down in it. buried in the mud, and subsequently partially Horse for Agricultural labour. Great

)'t'n!>be, *ct upon the I bench, with the nothing, for they are paid by the I 13. And the people dragged out by.t e buzzards'unit match between Imroyed Short Horn and _
besought -
jD I dog*, on examining the body five .stabs, Hereford Cattle, which produced much ,,
of those who are design- General Government, and can try him, that he should depart! from excitement
: I apparently uf a knife or dirk, were per I lately in England-On. the la" ,
!J Corrupt. But )be this as it ten times as many causes: as will .I'J l ceiv-ed on the back between the shoulders pacity and usefulness of the" bhepherd'Dog ...

the o'j ct of yOU r corre pol11 ever br upon their dockets. Two I, should befall them. ,'the features of the face could not be by Col.J. H.Powel-On the culture '

.uy' to bv, the estabi.s'hncnt courts of admiralty are necessary" I... And the :Mingo was recognized ; near ihe spot where the body of the Grape and Manufacture of Wine,as 1 <
/ iplEar very
t ol a Circuit Court system to be held in the Territory, one sorrowful, for he thought on the Was found there appeared to have beena now l practised of in the France Horticultural, by Cobbet... !
Proceedings
death struggle und footsteps wer traced Society
; & -
vith Lawyers as. Judges, to give at Pensacola and the other at St. yellow daughters Ladiv. and of to and from the spot \\IH;re the body of London and their election of the,Editor t :

"\,.mgood balanca, such as will Augustine, and should always be I the shuffling of Nollaw among the w:'.> deposited the swamp. uf the American Fanner: as a member .

the best talents, aud pay considered open and silling The dry bones. Ills clothing consisted of a blue plaid of their body-On the practicability of ,

..ccu'C ICm out of an overawing ifeasuIfthiscaabe interest of the commercial. community 15. Howbeit he again saddledhis homespun tcoat with nieUl buttons, obtaining; Good Water to flow on the surface I' .
calsuloud..for! panlaloons of the same, a coatee of black by boring, in almost any litigationSpoi -* _
accomplished, an Ass and and
arrange. departed wandered and white mixed homespun, course brogans tin g and other Anecdotes. ,? _,
c'd men: learning and lair nts can mentofthis kind.-The servicesof forty days in the wilderness a shirt of white homespun with No. 2--,On the burningand,full direc ,

1 jV had and a fund raised to aupurt the Judges of the Eastern and of Choctawbatchu, among the pearl buttons. He was probably a countryman -I tions for the use of the Stone Lime a 3 1 t .

the syaiemi without oppressj'or Western District could not be dispensed Scottish matrons of Uche' ; and but he did not appear to have manure, with an engraving of his limekiln r-:

the people by taxation, aud with to hold more th&n he crossed the great waters of An-! been labouring nuu-he, was unquestionably by John .Patterson Esq.:; of Baltimore i '
; murdered county- A full account of Earl -
any management one additional term in each of pulachicoln l and came at length StimsoivS his celebrated 11' ...
thereby: prevent A coroner's inquest is now sitting. but management ) -
mat: might prove effectual, in the their districts' for this obvious the land: of .rag bon : :," ,,the poc rider cannot }Vht\ile re ult.. premium f iknf i M the Slate'of New York t Ii .

of Judges who are reason that their presence is necessary 16. And here dwelt the Snaidni : "_ -On thid1sekes4wwunQtLLbrgi Tites: '.. -; ..'
AppoiDiiueni St. and 'Eessahallat I )1AnnzEI-1n this oh' and how to cure hem, by James Worth, ,
'. .,;iwvers only in names then would at Augosiine at,: and the Big lingo City Monday eve* of Pennsylvania. the construction of .J'j

vour'; correspondent- deserve the 1 Pensacola, to hold their courts oAdmira4ly. built a city there r.nd h c\mc'! a fling Hev.lr.the 26ih MxE.tiuuT September of the last_ Catholic b'y the I Hail, KoaJs-Extracts from the Note "

ihanks ui* every man in the .r..rri-I'I In the middle District great Neg-u and tiL' ir5, <*Jlhidrian I-I Church, Mr. JOSEPH GHECIT to Miss U"- liooic ot a desultory reader, j'

tar-lIoWtV much we may there will be no admiraltys t jciined uno hw Dij; ; the | 1l.1 ANUKUCA P&NALiihu. of Pensacola.CLEARED. No. 3.-A Decent English Prize Essayon

thank: him for hi!! good intentions ;-*-.:.% and the j judge might i hold 1 t ()ssundai'c ; und ilu-y! L.' und favor -j ----.-- ---c-- --- -- the Horse its, with an elegant engraving, 3
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it will be one -courl in the Eastern, and one I in tlh' (' f&I4 or the il.uJijhicra! of i .:::-: showing animal by proper term every part of "
yet upon experiment the thi paper alone is worth to
Jounl1, that his plan will not "/.ass in the Western District and as the Snaidui oi Iv/ssahal.-1.I; S\ll"F.A every farmer the subscription for a year) .

muster" and to put his system into many it'Ih'e Middle District as 17. And the Big Mingo made .. Extracts on various subjects from Agricultural -

operation, at present, would be might: "be tiecrssaryA small a- LLc, the pugilist, captain o.' the I Addrebses.: -Valuable suggestions ,,

and impolitic. moufit added' the salary of the host ; aud he-said unto Llac lei Em lo on, the improvement of"ooJ-* a
beth '
impracticable
Hogs, extraordinary weight of some and "
Judge of the Middle District, us ather unto Nucleus suchas ..
Your correspondent 93jrs by the us a I their kerp- Numerous valuable receipts ,

ciose of the year, we shall have would secure his services, and if I was not sen since : he deluge!, I. r"?t of: r US \ \)\\\. 'J-Sporting and other Anecdotes. ...
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Ten Thousand: dollars in our Treaai7 not paid by lire General Government lest Etiho '::ie Gabiie become too No. 4. -On the, culture and qualities of &

and enquires, how otherwise it could be added to Ins present hard for us ; a-'l) the ihing: pleased I various and Grtum -of Ou the the comparative value --

can we dispose of it ? u By flays salary b) the Territory\ as Llac, and he said whatsoever Ort. 3-Srhr. RohJri Y. Hayne, Horn economy Cattle..:The Uorse.lmproveclShort Cherokee Rose

& the just debts of the Territory"iv has betn done in Louisiana, and my lord sceth food to do, let him o Crocker, New York ; Cargo 8 ,-On the qualities of Stucco,as used for

- i the best answer that can be giv- then we have courts with learned I command his servant bales of cotton by Stone and Nis- protecting and" eau tying. the exterior .1"

Judges, to ansxrer all the I B. So they gathered unto them ol Houses--On the construction of RailWays
a::), .uira uhdi that id: done,. there purposes; bet, 8000 bricks and 4 boxrs mer.

will uot be a dollar left. -It seems of the Territory, upon a vt *, cheap Trebor the measurer and his band, chandize by N. H. Allen ; 9 bales iand, ,itith being all a theeugrut'lngr.premium Essay from bcot- '

to me, that this is kind of sham plan! and without oppressing the: and Ttayo the publican and his cotton bySaml. Patterson ; 15.000 No.5A valuable Essay on Sheep, the

liitfilaif! of .r-=rl'itorial'eahh and people by taxation, to support the band, and Selrahc the Russian and feet lumber by the Master and a ogin, management, and qualities of

importance, very wide of the mark sYllt ;proposed '!by your corres his band and Salochin the l bankrupt >> quantiy of goods for Tafipa Bay the Spanish Merino }Flocks by Aothony "
,
pondent. Then githe (he had no bund and Kuovenav Moim Esq. from notes made in Spain
With proper respect for the County ) 1)V Van Baum anl! Le Baron, Pas ..
Courts the of the scribe and hi, b-nd-and .On curing Tobacco-Indian-corn, curious '
statements and opinions of your power examining stigrsN.. H. Allen, B. Van j ami valuable experiments iu

correspondent, the truth of the criminals, a1lo acquit or send to Eual the CQnSI ablc and his imps, Baum and Wm. Wright fur New II the Culture of, by Mr, Seabrook, of S.

rase appear to he as follows, and further trial as the evidence wnuld! and these became the Nucleus of York,and C. Le Baron for Tampa Carolina-Proceedings'of theTenntylva-

the of it is viiough lo j justify, with some other small a- Tagabona, and the like wa not Bay. nia Agricultural Society-Orchard Grass,

exposure of the Territory inctidmenis. i cannot Bee that any not seen since the confusion of 5lh-Sch Thorn a valuable practical es-ay on its culture
wake every citizen Campbell ,
qualities,and "Iue-Uu the culture .
crVinea1'he
3
other than the abel the full of Lucifer from
system one or
feel a degree of abasement; proposed New Orleans, with 14000 bricks Holly, how used in hedging
1'otu mention nll should be the would suit the people, under llu tjiird heaven. by the MasterJ -(fci the cultivation of the White Mulberry !

feelings of those, who have been the present, slate of our 1'1::ritorial l9. 'If And abou this time the Brig jErial, Gaj>e, BJakcly.: ami the Silk \Vormr-On various

Instrumental in producing this afl[airs. Snaidni were driven from the ARRIVED.Oct. Canals-Interesting miscellaneous itemsSportinganecdoies.

The difficulty fcohlcctintaxes land of Tagubona, to the barren ,
etate of affairs.,. The Territorial ; 5.-Schr. Amelia l Roach,
No. 6.A
has in a thinly Denied! country, to supper wastes 1 lyifig j between Oh-phh-i Nv Orleans. very able and interesting .
Government no Treasury, nor Report Lathe UnionAgricu: tur.il. Society
., .... -
: a court with! learned loth-co and ---
Hir.k-ay-puck-sissy
farthing to llup/ ort and carry system -= on the culture of the' Olive and the

its /C7i into effect ; or at leant nota judges, would be found upon experiment ; where they were preserved: .i lvEJJ' PROPOSALS. Vine in ihe Southern States-Proceeding -:
to be to thorn in the sides of the of[ Stone Brick of the Agricultural of All!
dollar has ever reached the ;'lutJ very great, say nothing people and Lumber Society >eflijtrle -
andit oTthe injustice of it, when it t Ad:rolf. Wanted. -On lJockm;; Horses-On presenting
lie .:/ ': /, that 2 have heard of) from
can: easily be dispensed with indeed SO. J f But Notlaw was left j in Dogs killing Sheep--On
in this situation ever ; ,' 7PensacoUi .
has been atlY.Age1lt Office, the PotatoOn the culture of tne Vine '
titcc the change of Govern zncnt. it i is bad policy to !be always City of Alocasnep, to be a spy upon 4th October 1826. 5 and the Manufacture of wine-.On the
changing anyVaystem. If Ktilio the (labile and the will he received an-1 and
This statement is made without you I, quiet PROPOSALS pri sintcture power of Locomotive
change the County into s. Cirua. inhabitants of the City. entered into at my office Steam Engines, with an engraving of one;
the fear of contradiction, and .
for the supply nfth;: following:& \utji Attached. A aluable
wagons com-
Court, to accommodate third! 21. And the hear: of Notlaw
range 'as it may seem, the Go- terials for building a wharf Comm:1 dut'I inunicuuun un the Cuttou trade of Eng-
ter, some other will want it chang was lifted and he convened the
vernment been sufifiorted, from up :\ House, Blacksmith's shop, and mast land,
ice commencement to tIe: firtsenti.r.c I ed to the County Court agaiu to wise men "nd the soothsayers: and House, it the Navy: Yiutl,\"Z. No. 7..-.An essay on the practice of '

suit hu viewb' of policy.For the astroi ic .;lrs and tic! momi.iyprognobticators .352 perches of Stone, suitable for the ploughing from and tu plants and its in- '
liberality ofafev individual -
by and the mighty construction oJa substantial! aid permanent juri m::. eifecis. The expanding force '
who have rendered their .wnaif. It i is to be of the best quality of fermentation; ? The marked fertility
the Femactla Gazette, men of war of the Dclinu Set a.t:.. '
Cervices in apprehending: offenders that caii be procured in this section of arising from'ploughing Buckwheat,or
cgalnit; the laws ; summoning' witicsxea /- The Chronicles of the Governors 22. And NotUw said unto them country, and to be delivered of a size most turning tip" Clover "l lay from Wheat
who is Kourevog of Adirolf! but convenient and!desirable! for tile purposes Tne depth of ploughing should
,jurors &c. &c. with money of Adiroif.BOOkJCHAP. crop.
me, who shuHeth with the skillful for which it is intended. be in proportion to the animal and vegetable -
czfended to feed and sustain them II. hand and who worshipped 560,000 Urkks,9 inches long, 4J wide j matter contained in the soil--

jlrilS.on, without one cent in remuneration I. Now it came to pass, after b the of 2i do. thick and of the first quality, .Banking with Spade, together wittt & -

; indeed the Territory is many 'd Y8', that VVerdna the Hi- > daughters Ladry. 60OUO feet assorted lumber,superficial thing or two on the! :subject of \\code.,.

brought to the verge of anarchyand ber.uan-&i Hickory, retired _23. Now t hel cforl't1 siy'unto }ou, or board measure, for the above brick soled Shoes, Unclaimed Marshes, &c. '
hereafter when any man cqniendelh buildings, It must be yellow pine, of by U. \V. P. Custis: -0n' tbe improvement .
ruin for want ol a Treasuryii the shades! of Kssennel:
to to the first and ,
hie quality out and other domestic
with neighbor let him come before gotten agreeably of Sheep ant-
) 3'zvitain its laws ; acdY hale we rest from his labours. me and I will dispense judgment to the exact dimensions given in the mals-.Uemedy for lloveu Sheep and cat.

are the sport and ridicule of thepublic 2. And the great Sanhedrim of bill whicli will\ be furnished. The agent tie--On the management of Milk Cbw

prints, and charged with the people, appointed Mingo of in-justiee to them. reserves the power of increasing or reducing aud rearing Calves.The Cherokee or:
without 24. And whoso is destroyed by the quantities and qualifies of the Nondescript Hose in Maryland-An account
lcng without law and the be of Adi
go- wtat to Konrcrog
: ( time before the .
lumber at
from the riotous: living, let him come unto any closing of the Overdosing Well in the garden :
want -
verrsment resulting rolf.
contracts. of Agricultural Society at CIij.
and I will build hm: and '
(41.public fup.dsryel this writer 3. And Notlaw the Shuffler, me up ; All the above materials' are tp be'deliveied wic: with description of the wanner, 'ot :-
His us thittV -shall have :Ten'f'ftcuwnd son uf George the independent, whoso beltcheth in his cup, I thi'm at the Navy Yard, Pensacola. The executing the work--Fisheries,
come unto me and I wiil give of delivery will be fixed in the '
periods Each number of the Farmer gives tlm '
Dollars in the treasury was chief scribe ; and Nosirrah :
him drink. onracts, for which a reasonable time most exact state of the market with re.
and :tutVe'shall have ;iiother use public gab ; and Kednaxela, of the And the' wise will be allowed. They will be subject to spect to all the cA//articles that Farmers .
25.
men departedeach
Jar it, but to create courts and pay great city, WAS receiver of ihe cus. the usual inspectinn-by the officers of the have to tell or buy,supported' by ,refer
like one to his lent in sorrow, but and immediate will be'
Judy's This is something toms. yard payment ence to particular sales.

the boasting of Owen Giriidower, 4. Now M'ailliwY s comelyto there was gathered urro Notlaw a made for them as delivered upon evidence A few sets or the previous Volumes are
second Nuclcus.who even being produced at tins olBce Ot'tJlC: hand 35.
of shamed on ,
calling spirits from the vasiy look and was greatly beloved -
upon( and inspection?
the of Rfduax- delivery Persons wishing to subscribe inclose
Tag Tagstbona may
dtep: ( ;;" U bat the misfortune was, by the old matrons of the rag ; Bond, with'approved security, will be '% g5 note, directed to the editor .
ela the ; 1
yuur.gerof whiskey memory
luat none came'in consequence of people; and thence he took the required: for the faithful execution of the and at his risk, by.the. mail or pay it 'toW
Ms cab.1'Ihit sirnume of chief Mingo. ; Mas the Gubite, by the act of r contracts, for the supply of the Brick'and HAS*LL HUWT, Post Muster,Pensacola) ,,"

shouhJ'ask! upon the admission 5., And Mingo sat hmin.the, council Nosdivud; Elset the Pharisee the wine-bibber and a certain -; Stone.a:7The'Omce will.- be'open for. 'receiving May, :lB. 826., '", '. : ;

of his Ten Thousand D.l- g:\'"s of the city Alocusnep and of\v. proposals until,,contracts), arc made '

fiu's: being! actually in the Treasury gathered unto htm' the men and : mighty man ,*, ; for.the supply ,of.all the,materials, required .. L\Bj A .

his court system ,established, the matrons ; for he' stale away I 26. And they fell $>wn' acd ; &:)dtbcg lwan. at-any time when: ; A POCKET Book coaUining, among-

; d I.a Judgrs appointed and the tbeir hearts by the long yarns of worshipped hiui and, said Notlatwlive an acceptable proposition shall be made ,other papers ti a'notd for' .Sixty:Dollars
forever. I t enter into a contract fur furnishing a part given by Col. Joseph Norieg, dated .
JhOl -} in tutir pockets, hoW are his imagination. : "'
; 12&
or the wliole.l 2d tept. aid payable to :the-subscriber -
4tir.: subsequent salaries to be 6. And Mingo spake unto Not 21. But wheu the ". Big mingo 'Samuel ,H. Overtop.32tf. .. sixty days'a'ter dater AH persons ,

l'3tu: :-Uy taxing the peopleI law the scribe, and he 'said unto heard that Nollaw\ made' great, JVfe.3fi Jsent*f 'are hereby'cautioned ngimst! trading 'foriid -

suppose, and this would be both him bat; .thou beheld the women party iu Aloiasnepf< he 'was'soretroubled The Mobile Commercia i Register will a. note'aa iMymenl" )wilt S be made, only 1 j
the'Nucleus t (0 '
,
end he said to
1iat'lr ;UU unjust, &s there is no of Ladiv, l.M they arc comely to ,' please: punUsh the above tf. '' J 6jIbeLYane&uburh. '

'. .. rttis- unto them. in this: wise.. .. -- .
'stty.fot it.
1 tie money look upon, let us JU, -.r "' Q 1ott. : Pensacola lS.l6-3l--tf. .
:
tl1 by a tytuju of jaxatiou i is: pro- 7. And the laYing pleased ..Not 28. Behold Notjaw,exalte .hU 4th October 4 1.XJ ..
,l .
,ofT"r Dollar*, will be giv.
fiuriunaliy' from the hard earnings law and they found favur io the horn .o the going dow-n ,of rhetw 'A: 'premium en-by,the'Editor i of the' 'I'ensacola.. :\\.ed. lnkl; ..

"I 'labour ana puvert) and would' sight of the women, and they fell arise let' us Become a ipiiifiii the, Gazette : tbrtii beat poetical adck'eis tor Or "I" ; '
*" butticivntly burdeii&onie-to tneet: duwn and'"r3hipped them, auU mouth 'of :\the: Vlcn'H8 and,A** the earner1! lte3 paper, for "'the .p- '' ? S N ALL B 0'B,8, .) .

'' >- absolute, necessary' expend.l..iebof .- Ming and! JNtnlaw fcc-can. mighty Vim i'i'be",cot to ,JbUalet. iI>!Uc seaswbere'the '|firoachinGr'' New Yean ,wlndt fthall be For sale at,the' Pensacola J I ... .
bforlFie itt eutn( day t
forcv'tr.
the so- rumen:, without men ,be-fore the rnatrOt1i at>d Ifce pk.wler.rr ".Tegethr orWucimto presented or iS'Jfia: -" "! 1ooksio. ,. : ,


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; rlT : )J"'I AutJJ'r.f ,hlisrrpiuaa of the: Lvt pvt;daring the Seskm. I I F. !:. 1C19, *%!':o Cha S. a far ttc ftoce -
t 4. A copious la' rioiLU the natters :I a.d take thertfM" kreasonable
of J-ltf..4oilr payeaeti /
)1:6taa.iiit v Wes: do. cLt
i, Rifcrcz( ,. at tct May 1325, .103
:"rJ'r." U2 tr.cla!. ew 'H .. t:7riud its du: tri'r5t. I IL :t
'Vi Asir; Svn .l-'ormlt.Ke"c.. Ice lle rofun ewr L'1 s'eu' wi!! containcloudte ; Excti'.er. '}- Wm. P. Usta!, Saul, ctdo. ds.ie.ii.di 2Iay 1S161.0C* due, or _> the panics ray aCrt .

f..' i iI ; 'at;' TAUtax. .11. vr.nP:1H"t. nsn;l tlie wztter o! the roiuote of u;s :!. Ia>bcrt /uai l .. Son ever GeneralCol. 1:. iL J. 4716. P able to CJUJL P. These terms win be aade"a oo.lL.. a

:'' .1.. :..1 1.e! ij'.:.A I Lnsta,r."Lltiurl_ (e.ur.t year, tat sif jJ-ie' ff9Td d tot fJl' SCrI I:r I James Gadacsn, j! West at do-date 2d liay 18Z5, 50W. ia tke suet p:4nce of may oid t 9 .

I ,t tI tf S'C C""T.d'jt' .A) _ill ir Caiae .Lo for tsar cf Fire lroU&I1 ,f' &C: : =r <;tp
: '_fab; of extra lltgc Hrevitr ps bC:1 shah H > Benj. :: Tt; ;:J :Il*i". 1Jwri'hia t -10 tie undcrbidder fail to cc Fly uA this :tom

( acrc.i Melodies r will: ci!aua u ezpcdcd tu czcecj aUV IO J"503n &&q r.rrr'Ct. A. No. 2542 pa}-able to J. Coco 7is .hid.. .. iUbec5eredtoiIe'neI. =-. 4'c:
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icd be eT*:< "'ktiedfh one t/r more el- : rfai; ryl urxJertile to rrjp ,if>" the f[ A. Ko. 1514, r-Ji'j'e to I''Seip r) '\..0-_ "_. _A .t ....._...-' the, ._ U ",. ,....
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coP I-PI.ff' In -zrir.g-c :f irc/rf cf i T. uaderb- Y..rae -
t Zvlt e t portincc a : tads < ccr ptjcn. s.1 .>., ttseip5ia ':dawJ3: be
: :. 1 1'7 t accepts c=:4r
:. 1.o d- n'-, ,u board \\e are more tLwi content vtb; tlje ver- G.OTia. *'.TT.
NOTICE
: \e. York, JuJy 4ti! 1825.Sci J C'ct iticlipualic opinion Lis paised up. 11 i II. :t-O ltd stall tr .

t rr cnplk,ui receirtJ at tins of. on the firtt volonte.V* will oolj i<:j, TTpHH rir.dcr&ied laving been order- S5COtnf far reccmjbr5:vuce it.i L V:1 2 ftttLc :

'r..a. that the ten-l rojunie shaH : t 1 te excel theE ) ". the County Court of ili--ed, ssj should
as/ per a r-faic r>
:h in t; apiical executio. as 'lF ..l J.u Ktcanibia Cw..t -. to adoiimtt-rr T1J :
+" icre } on the I : tart fl'I r.en rctlr were enclosed tike the ccnrad at his t=', tc sia I b
: r mllB&m mi .rT6l1rsn.t. .1 tat.'iCl' new ttil 1.Ilatef" J. i,. FUNS. /fOUINGO in a letter of in. ructioai, ueliTer.ed held re-ponrlbl*. to the far;

" ::n liatt:;;liCer, procured tltP l i1'furi : JNZ.LKZ fc FILfNCl-sCO Jfllll/A, I to Capt. Andrew,a, cf the Schooner the dt 'erence betwcca.fcis Z/spsnnect bid, and tUl

I Ladies 1\' I Gales Seaton. inteslAtes %'lo hare tied leaving property i'' Canxxa, of New.Tork, which vessel at which the cratnet hiI b-r..., -. x--v.._
eekly Gazette. in this --- -- --- -
Aug. 10, 1826. Territorr" ; I wcut,to sea.from this oort. oa the 17th- I decisions at bids mail .be made kaowa

I day of Sept. 1&15, bound to Rc. tad LtZtnJ J before tUelSih of Q ZJ1. Tieassra-

Sis ft tier publication mued on FOR SALE. Hereby Requests for a Cai.of salt, anal nut having inent cf Jfttrx.t wiAoal the oossrstcf

* Till't'd \'" It Las been eotnmei B utcnberf Kxecutor of the lastWill all persons tuvin; demands against the. ante been heard .,it is supposed pctsb.cti ,i the'Post-Hosier Cencnl, shall forfeit .

r-d under the mo it faroarabie auplce;, '. and Testament of Francisco estates, of the said Intestates; Urpresenttkesarae at ea.Stone I it-road ia all cases where appEca-don is

AH ar.,as its title Jeiignat'. *, U approprialpartlcjilftriy To ard,hue Pensacb 1a deceased, offers inimeaiat, and tlio-c indebted & NisbeLPensocola c to the epartiaeBt to cuctioa &

t-d to Ce hulles.! It is derut fed or sale the followingproperty, belong tu the came to mike payo2ent forthwith lOtb ) .ItLitS-1G ..w6siB I t'U4er. the terms must be folly state;..
.' / ttltucs ace virtue, kuotikd e u4 ing to the Cctatr ofthe wddeuas6l to Should a contractor

:. Amusement. 4t will fomkiinnt irirutiuat The cndirided half of a Trict-cf JUiid, W. Hasp Hunt pe ia the traasaussoo or oformz.tioa. f'agent.-.rr.zt e:-
co= !
I
( e culture plar.ta.! & ..
oirer* ; o e- containing _
by
Depute ttrM. 'PltO O AL I express on his rode ewe
fist reuipla a general wecfcSy
;
1 summary rapidly than the
nail be
. .4I I'C'1p al! doarte tle neve with a rich 'M Afla3 'Cropper G1'k. >Rf emrin uIs tract. WU'fit iUsCCA
m ofj the United
: rJid of elect
miecelUccrK
: literature. 5 iUd 'North Katf. of Bayou de laTrocba C. C. E. C. JL States on.the following Post R ? Jt i* AC&lJjr o a Esne ( .
t \ piatetl paper, extetUicrbitxkn tctiscozfir J 18262St. will be
ar ftma on'the'bay of Sea Mary de Gal received- at the General.Post Of- .Cotgror brcome-uscess. ia whole
,;r p md;)etti lua6W.cmcnl (-which-aftowitbcat Yes,About twenty ono mile com the I ,' See in the City of Washington, until the I uri4 part in the cpliuoa aft Post-Uss-
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t. of Peu cola and I I 12th day of October tcr
City : aHOUSE next,inclu ,. I Genera he limit
may or
be The dispense
t :ire to on a rC) pricecnly KorrICE.i i I with the I
L r d Uertf payable adram&e In Florida. aerric othe oaz>Trictor.a aui-
; the uof & LOTIn inK him ao alloa: of t1.5 !,
AIDO oumenm contribu SJraM ,flUiRT z T or Srart 7 263. From Burut extra one m v
Corn
' fgr the itsqw Select Obot. Itas1 Jill AUbarta hr pay.
r are 1-1-, 1826.iIO > Road Forks Pecsacobl
.t r
r Frazers to 13.
t 1J1tn the hOron Ba.rd&c slut in order' The contracts are to b ia ;
obviate the risk and deUy incident twice a Week 94 : oC"S
nrtei.
the City of Peasacola, fronting on bo>i on the first
the work ihe of
y to render truly valuable day Jaaa
to the return of the Hank Note I -y.
Alcaruz Street aid I Leave Burnt Corn
52 feet to
' will dtstobutc for containing ererr Monday and conuauc four
7. editor prim wns orris from fears.
front by 80 feet deep and known in the this departatcnt, not receivable at Thursday 6 1.2 a m ar.d arrire Pen.sacoU .
at
tai rtidet amounLlt to.rat Au&e drli6t
the ef the United; I
in
; Treasury States
John
pigment
" &w Plan cube City as immbrl12. i on TueaUy an-1 Friday by 3 p m. McLean, :
for all dciiffe&rf
-wAllcommanicatkms The above property will be sold on Patent Rights persons Leave Pens=coa .I
mutt be addressed every Satuniay and
: taking out Patent are + ted I r 1S P31Uli.tZe? Guar
credit half of the -reqU cdaeday at 9 ani
one purchase a m arrive Post Once
ft> X;ncr C Ctoftft editor .nd pro vier nosey 1'6 transmit with their application, such ,: Corn at Bwut Dsputiatn. J6Ih..l. 1t.
to be paid in ODe year.andtbe remainder on Sunday and Thursday bv G
ID?V Ko 40, Rate Street. Philadelphia in Notes or Drafts as they Bay know, or be 264. Prom PentaCOt p m. "st.
two yearfayiacnU to be secured by Gadsdenchl
l'ostffiirr aAd cdhrrs r nil be etniUrd to advised will beavailabieatbe
sixth they*rainy order. by :note,.wfch roortgag oa Uie pr.e- Treasury. Jackson c. b:and Walion c. h. to Talkiuesee. J "
copy Jttty.l5.2h10t.aPubl'isbera
tyery once a week,220 miles
July 23, 13CO.rJ misc5Desiderio of the lairs of the United Leave Pensacob PRINTING,
uklCT/pticW rccvivcd at this office Qnioa.Pcnacola Stales wilfiuscrt this I every \Wedaeadar at
notice
JExecntcd
( :a their papers I i 6 a In and arrive =i Tashas-c!! L-U : with neatnessicswtch ar.i
___ 17th March 1826-..: ten time. i:/ (' .TU
L I 1 ffttMs Office. I
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