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

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VOL; III. ("Principia non! ,,"nt,.).,' PENSAOOL : V V f !

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t.snF.J{ z1JT FntbAY said for he _J'A_ V __ -------_ _-. __ '
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BY W. HASELL HUNT. wis down. Crispin said >. there j heart's. blood/ !* Ob'stop, t and confuaion,-eurses and groans. ( ,1

So:.t:EDITOR AWD PROPRIETOR; was no such, thing-the report was !l' shrieked Julia, in an agony At last Julia's door opened and 1 ..
Pslbbr; of the taw of the United State, set afloat by brokers & speculators, reh'en ion-c it.was not him, Bald Eagle"striding in, caught htr ,

and of the Territory of Florida. men not to be relied upon-the billsWere ,' she contJnued'eagerlYr- up and bore her through rowdsorfigbting'lndianl .1 I v*.
5cIJC1IlTJn1fY t""r 5 me in the woods-he and V 1 ...
lalfdrrssed .
S perfectly good, as good as spe was \ iii
IlalfycarQnrteryer 1 50 cle..and as to that matter, a little I drew his pistol, and shot Trench, out of the fort Here -1; -:.

5ub riptnns: ]>:\'Rhtt" advance.. better, because it was less trouble dead.' There was silence" theyifrere joined by her father ard "

:AHVRKTIstyr.Every Advertisementof !carry it ;" and all the spectators moment'in the roo'm ; at William Bradford- and some niorIn4iits. ., (,

the width of one column and' measuring joined with him, in recommend tb the Colonel called out, .- ,Not a ".ord "-o. aS spoken, ;

not more than twelve lines of this ing the bill to be a good bill, and then| put the young mur they.walked swiftly through 'he ....

type. first insertion one dollar, each the bank that 'issued it to be in close confinement j in woods for more than a mile, and --:
: a
continuance fifty cents '
vcekly thC ; longer bank pf" lime, bring in her lover descended to a valley, which end0
fond wider ones at same rate. Uule exceeding good repute. f
lOll figure worky double price for the --The bill being so highly recommended if we can't find out the real ed. in a narrow pass, so narrow ,

ilrst insertion. Advertisements will be the unsuspecting pedlar by St. Dennis, we'll hang that the rocks and trees on each V

tastefully .displayed): according to the put it in his pocket fc handed out { 'all up in a row.' Julia, who side intercepted the rays cf the .' ,
nature of tiiem, and will be measured by (fainted catried As -i
the was out, and moon. they were groping ,
rattter t>f this size type. When inserted change-the by-standers put she bad their .
revived in .
locked through this, silence "
inserted on long. faces the up 11
at intervals, (that is, not every shoemaker -
.jeek, from the first to the last insertion) .laughed behind his ears, and no apartment, alone. Here the and darkness all at once, from above Ij I

each insertion will be charged as a neadvertisement.Am0utt5 I one! looked really honest but the girl sat brooaing'over and aronnd there, there arose ,,,j :-:

for advertising "., and she had fallen,in almost terrific yell-
pedlar. But
always on demand. trading not stop of when As all the fiends Heaven that .
payable sort stupor, near from fell '..
fljp Liberal contracts will be made with here ; Crispin, elated with his ; she was roused by hear. Had pealed, the banner cry of he JL" \.;

those who wish to advertise by the year, success) offered. to sell the man of At the same time, at ,each end :'. ,
(ar Communications directed to YV.Hasell tin a lot of shoes, at a reduced one pronounce name. of the pass, and among the trees '. --,
Hunt, Post Master, Pensacola, looked up, and beheld by the .
for .
price cash.'--The ptdlar bargained on the cliffs above the moon shoneV '
viII br 'ury attended to. light of a lamp the Ottoway .
for them at 810-deposited on the :
:.:. Bald Eagle, standing before glittering ornaments. and

1oT1TI3M1 the Ih6 s in his cart box- She had often seen him be waving feathers of a band of In* .. ._,. ....;, -'.'

paid the amount in Plaitaburgh and knew Ji* for the friend dian warriors. Bald Eagle paced:
.- =--- bills-and drove leisurely off Julia on the ground, and flerish
From the Southern Recorder. ally Co1viieau she
--.., the old of "Catcha ; yet his
whistling tune ing tomahawk
back prepared to repel
Fireside. glanced her \
My own Weaxel ABlrcfl?* a'vjwtj Ij the assailants.-A few moments ..
Let other seek for empty joys', fearfully arou and saw that
--- alter, Julia almost insensi
ball concert, rout or play only companion in that dreary ,
At or ;
\Vhilst far from fn hjon'5 idle noise .."'IS eEL LilJV'Y. was the tall Indian ble from fatigue and., terror, felt

domes and trappings herself lifted up and placed on a .
Her glided gay Julia he said, ( fear not
I while the wintry eve away- From the XewYorkMitror.Bald horse. She looked up, to see ie V
Eagle he has
'Twixt book and lute the hours divide; Eagle, I ; come to whose hands it was now her fate
marvel how I e'er could you.. Julia, the eyes of the
And The Ottoway Chief.Near to be placed, and found herselfto
Fire-side Eagle have often told he
From thee-my own you
one of those small forts her great delight, in the arms
but his
you speech never
i/own Fire-side! Those simple words which were intended by the Frenchas for he knew you; would not of her brother, who told her she

Can bid the sweetest dreams arise'; an immense chain, to reach ( to it. Hadley and William was now out of the power of the -

Awaken feeling's tenderest chords, from Canada to Louisiana, there French or Indians, and on the,
And fill with tears of joy my eyes! was in 1753, a small settlement! of prison i one will die, per road to a place of safety. Sne
What is there my wild heart can prize, both, and then where will Ju .,
: English, who had been sent out by clung to him with of
That doth not in thy sphere abide, ?-alone in the fort !-but feeling joy
Haunt of my home-bred sympathies, the Ohio Company for the purposeof can save them and yourself. and security she had not expe

My own-niy own Fire-side trading with the Indians. (John ?' cried Julia eagerly. 'By rienced for some time before.

Hadley was one of the principal 'But my father and William
the Bald and he
3. gentle form is near me now; men of the place. He had but two Eagle, where are they ? II they are not
A small, white hand clasp'd in mine ; save you all/ Wretch a-
her children! a eon and a daughter. safe, I must go back to the Otto-
T gaze upon placid brow. / cried Julia, indignantly
And ask what joys can equal thine ; Julia Hadley was a lovely girl ; l a wild like ? way chief/ They are close be-
.\ babe, whose beauty's half-divine, she was not fair, but her dark, rather die savage!' He looked you hind, on horseback,' be said...

In sleep, his mother's eyes doth hide i sparkling eyes, raven curls, and When :I left you .this morning, it
with hi V V
r solemn dark
love seek fitter shrine ,
Where may a the rich hue of her cheeks, gave will eyes was with the determination of
Than thou-my own Fireside i no: die, but William
her the right of being styled a-brilliant Hadley willShe covered moving heaves and earth to liberate *

What care I for the sullen roar brunette. Her beauty was i face in I Farewf you ; and, knowing there: was a

Of winds without,.that ravage earth the theme of praise, not only I at the agony. band of the Shannoah. encampedabout
doth but bui me prize thee more, the fort also savage, and turned to go. V
It the settlement, but at ; thirty miles off, who were
hallowed hearth stay, said-Julia. 'how can .J. -
The shelter of thy ;
1 la belle Julia was ofteir toasted hostile tot French 'and Ot o-- .,
To thoughts pf quiet bliss give birth; you will save them, when -
Then let the churlish tempests chrJe, by the officers. married you ? I dare not ways, and whose chief, \\'elf-

It cannot check the harmless mirth The garrison was commanded. you./ Bald Eagle is bad, Hunter, I had traded with, I de

That glads-my own lire-side! by Col. MarY au, a brave and 9T'V: ( never broke his word,' said spatche ab Indian runner to him,

refuge c\'crfrom the stomor daring soldier, but a man of violent ; to-morrow night, at entreating trim to come lo-my as

My this world's passion strife and care; vindictive passions. He was I will come and release sistance. He came ; I met him at

Though thunder-clouds the sky deform, hated and .feared by the English, all, put your father and \Wil the pass, and we defeated the Ot-

Their fury cannot reach me there. a* indeed all the French were ; in a place of safety, and then toways/

There, all is cheerful, calm and fair, for they were looked on at that claim my reward-to be mar In a short time, Julia and her I
Wrath Malice, Envy, Strife: or Vide,
arrived Wills' Crsek
at '
of invaders ;
Have never made their hated lair, time rather in the light to Julia after the fashions of V

I'y thee-my own Fireside as that country was also 1ion./ Once more Julia saw from thence they went to Win f

claimed by the English. The of her two dearest friends chester. Here they beard hilt

Thy precincts are a charmed ring, Colonel's nephew, Amadis Mar i hands. The only victim hostilities had broken out-between

Where no' harsh feeling dares intrude ; veau, who served under him as I herself-could she refuse the 1 the English and French, and they

Where life's vexations lose their sting; Lieutenant, a dissolute and abandoned ? No : dreadful as iti i concluded to seule in Virginia,
Where even grief half subdued; near the Blue Ridge.
: And Peate, the halcyon )loves to brood man, had often seen Julia, she consented, and the Otto- V

Then, let the pamper'd fool deride ; and had for a long time tormented chi departed.. Col.'Iat'veau never knew that ..
hs addiesses. She had the attack on the fort was headed
I'll pay my debt of gratitude her with .
To thee-my'own Fire.side! however, always repulsd him with he had gone, her misery by the Bald Eagle ; it was always

disdain; this, instead of repellinghim extreme. She had indeed laid to the Shannoahst and the

Shrine of my household deities ony made him swear to obtain the life of her father and lov Colonel anoVr chieftain were as

Fair scenes of home's unsullied joys her whatever might be the what was to be her lot ? great friends as ever.
'ro thre burhened spirit flies,
my he demandedher ; : from them, she would Julia and William were soon after
cost accordingly
When fortune frowns, or care annoys : ; j
Thine is the bliss that never cloys of her father, offering to marry e wife of a wandering and united, and as.she afterwards

The smile whose truth hath oft been' her privately and carry her to Can I savage Her agony al thought over her troubles, and attempt ...

I tried; I i i1hat ada: This was also refused, and deprived her of le.lonI to end them, as she thoughi,

then, are this world's tinsel toys I he wis told she was engaged to : ;' cried she-' I will not en- by death ; shuddering and hum-
Fire-side !
To thee
-my own William Bradford, a young man 1 } it-Oh, that'1 could end my led, she fervently thanked Heaveu p
bshe hid been-saved from commit
liCe and I'
Oh, may the yearnings, soft and sweet, of the settlement, and was soon sorrow at once "
That bid my thoughts be all of thee. to be married. Enraged at this, looked 'wildly around, and ting such a crime. 'Yesshe ,

Thus ever guide my wandering feet he formed a plan to carry her a* an old sword, which I would say o"herlelfli w much .:-

To thy heart-soothing sanctuary! force and one day as Julia : unnoticed in 'a corner* she I better"is'it that' we should ,rodare
by ;
What e'er my future years may be, way ic the woods towards it;' bat'her' better our trials with fortitude andtllig- V
Let joy or grief my fate betide was gathering nation than vain and ..
Be still au Eden bright to me back of the house, Amadis, who : flCrnetO, her;_aid ; she stop- by repining
_% shuddering, threw her despair, destroy the: filnls'which .
My own-my oA'n FIRE-SIDE had been watching for her, sprang
-- from behind a tree, and throwing < & her ,knees and implored we n>ightbave strengthened .-:-
I and her' uatil by rash action we
to pity forgive some
11'l.3' 1NG8 arouqd her, and holding
one arm
ourselves in 4
her mouth with i s repmings and distrus: of i plunge deeper rohtry.'Whate'ver
handkerchief to
----- a -'
I isis :
: and wisdom. She right I
From the Schohurie Republican I the other, endeavored to drag her : "1I
after fell into'a
l deep sleep, -
The biter bit.-A travelling Tin I down a hill to the spot where he ; V '
not awake until some one : Frti,.the Jtouitlana Advertittr I I'h'
Merchant "wood had left his servants and horses *
: from the land ol f
into the the Th which ,
/I room next e following, was handed
en nutmegs ana horn gun flintsj" Overcome with II was her brother,I to us by a respectable Ken Ie. .:. \
herself for lost,
white moviug with his portable giving up I
had walked told her that William had man of the faculty, affords a lamentable
Bradford who -
re-house William ,
through an adjoining and was condemned' commentary upon the
after her perceived them, ,
ttwn, called upon a very .hr fladUtcndan' out : She told him all that remissness in our muncipal authorities
forward, he pulled a !
of St. Crispin, or in Other and rushing
it I occurred, and entreated him in not sooner adopting some
oistol from his belt, at iI
words awake"5hoetnaker
a pretty some way to liberate.them. provisions sgrinsi such evils.. We V
Marveau commanded
Plausbur, wh.o having on hand Lieutenant him to release, Julia. to do all in his pow have seen partially practised, whatwe ". j

h dollar, thought the departed. Long and dreary have always thought I. barbarous ,
to his servants,
present opportunity a very fine one Amadis shouting William the hours of that day and .and unwise policy-that of ;
for disposing of it-besides the left Julia, and springing on : .
all of which Julia spent at distributing about the streeti, J -
wrest the pistol
Immortal endeavored to,
honor he would acquire ,
At 1 o'clock the poisoned to destroy the
by ., him. la the struggle it sausages.
) having sucked in Yankee from Lieutenant [ still, and no one seemed d gs.' In most, if not all, 'o( our j
*dlar" ; a consideration of no went off, and the unfortunate of
( ;awake except the sentinels. sister cities,. the owners dog. jI
William' eet
"hitU impuruiice, being general. fell dead at 'wasthe hoar the Indian are taxed If a tsx. in. this city I -,. <
William gafitd -
bHietd and -
a very difficult point to Julia 'to.:come, and, ,looking were levied upon .the keepers ol\

iUblish..He accordingly bought eacLntbt!in silent dismayhear"O .. obc'plaialy'sa w."\him.,by "rthe dogs, ..bepublic., revenue would be \
J '<,. flute horn, and giving a' ing shouts,. aft'of some: one: approaching : of the coaerlinr"witb increascdancL: a, 'publicnjiisaoce l ." 'j
dif- V
tnoving wink to the bystanders, they stole:off in a,; V ,1-I.d4""f.J1eplaag Corr ctec .'* We havhearduhint.edudwe ..',. -

tred his Pittsburgh bill, and ic.rested f."tnt dircctioe.. -.. i1lian'fCT1flgbOeW i f tnt :h1.VheartjandAt-Vthe most:_devoutly hop,.U .- i'.'

the change. The Pedlar, 'be"C : :_ t '* band* of ,Indians. is true}.that ourCiiy Council Jav.eItia J

grate, and shook hit head .el&i. c' o. I wtlt-'- ... : C J.&f. Mhe fort.: AIl waaeoise j jiii cofttcmplftlion lo .I"i.'f.. tax, V
"hedLdLIO $ :" : \ \
1'ke the bill, he 4 t. i ;

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e&ri'c1rup08 'dotii. aUx, ef I sufrcncjcr, and receiving an an neer: here, of the. oadonria! del unprincipled adviser's had, artfully: the purpose of tiurclusing, fond. Thirr'
alt. others the least tnade ,around I WhatA*' is no doubt bhit4hus unfoiiuruti indYidul
oppressive swer tHat "they knew that their' dartoen's carg H having a thrown Jm. was'marderedd'it'tiiBpposed' thit 4
and the mostpolitic.. The 'amount .vcssefl 1 .would be burnt; and that declaration, on oath Jkhat the salt, I pleasing contrast do "'th.e conduct i 1 unjf nun mea'Tod if the ni rd ret>-*

I in our judgment, should I tHftt |fcfy had rathEr not be less than five dollars) a htad ,Iheni,.than starve, as they must bentown overboard .by:the captors ,. "The stain'thrown'..'oa: the" annals -, .,I with the deccitedr::that' Absconded, on"
and good care should l be taken, so do without\ them.** Capt P. immediately capt Copelancfo or'hismajes of our':atrufegle for independence Morris hiirsei; .which Ue rode to ,death
but th6,alarm had not been
to frame-the law, as to insure' the took measures to subdue t,'. surveying,.vessel 1 Mastiff, or and freedom from ihe trammels given finding returned that to Chipola,, where he
collection of the tax or the penalty.Hydrophobia. .tb m. A. cannonade commenced dered the Nimble cutter to take of despot sm.b the proceedings remained until the body was fotinfl, whenhe

.-Another case of !*- One of the mystics endeavored possession of both privateer and of the one,is gloriously' erased again fled.V e have heard that a reward -

this dreadful disease occurred, to escape, but was stopped prizes;at their anchorage, which by.the exemplary behaviour of the has been offered! for his apprehension .

which terminated yesterday morn, Ay the barge of the ,Sy belle,, waa','f.ejfy promptly\ done. The, other." The ehemfra of our re., ,
ing, the third day after lh<* attack, wider Lt. Gord.n, woo dashed'qiw former::has been ,dismantled, and publican institutions iiiled"t' "\ --a--'

A fine promising boy, about five, 1[ 4 boarded, and carried her, all her papers ealed up;, and as news of the 'aefeStionoiXihe' ,"" for- ;Yettno Fever .fcl JXV/bJfc,":"We: regretto
years of age, the only son of Mr. alThou exposed to a' heavy fie ,soon>> ii* their quarantine expiresIiuoi'w1nvestigationwill met, with' delight ; they pra I Iaimed observe, by the prfolk Herald ofSSd
Not:, in the upprr fauxburg. was trout: "the, thore, himself being : take the impossibility of their daf- ultr! ,that the Yellow I. veihiad. roldcits!
5 in
bitten in thf'It"ftarm. by a dog in ..1dd&n: : three places', and not pUce.w.hea Ji is believed, manyunjustifiable tton In:* a coiwtr'K'where, ,Spatu*' ,appearance,that tFmc'th3t'Ctt'tLitwaj.howev.ert coiifinedHp ,i particular! *

:May last. NQ unpleasant sym- a>i pj ferbr man cacafiing whole, acts will come to education, v Spanish .prejudices} district Sc'mtlz of >lain', Ifset ,fro m its
toms look place until Tuesdaylast I i Two. -of'the mystics l' sunk, and! light, committed by her." (The Spaiiish military aw ay, had .prevailed ihtersection with Cnimercetreet to
when he complained of'being the other two disabled 'f and the' privateer and prizes have since ; their i ;rejoicings have now Town Point1', and the Herald slyX" All
sick after he said he felt : other parts of the town:.re heaUhr/'r'' >-
shortly shore was strewed-with the bodies been res:ored.) been stifled,; their forebodings:, The Editor adds We.. would readta
j jI pain where the dog had bit him' of those, killc'1 "J the guns of the From India.-\Ve have been favored have now b "falsified: ; sixteene3rs'ezerieIe. publish the number of deaths since th'esifckness

which extended up his ,arm to ,his Sy belle. The loss of the -British with Bombay Gazetted to has demonstrated -, commenced, (for it would serve
thro1.: and! r'ow-:* o t' *. rig t in the action, were Mr. Knox,mid April 12*-They confirm the news to. tia the incompatibility of to correct the exaggerated, statements
breast The symtoms :inrreas d shipman and 12 men killed in the of the Burmese Peace, in which any thing Spanish with the prosperity which' we learn have gone'abroad,) but

will .nut h straining to vomit boats. Lt. Gordon, Lt. Tupper, Mr. ,Price, an Am.cricanU8Bion of-:a country, and has proved with we have prec*not!ion.been The able'to ascertain, however them
frequ i.i spitting of froti.y saliva dead Messrs. Edmond- assisted. conviction that the non..re--
:;{(since ) ary, we,are confident; will not exceed the pro-
arj difficulty of wallowing htone and Lee\' midshipmen; nnd An insurrection broken out sponsibility of perst/ns in official portion of four fbr every three days since
mUCh thirst, but appeared distressfd 29 men (five since dead) wounded at Bagdad. situations, is the bulwark oltyr.tn- the commencement of the month, of nil

., when water was given bim. 1 he Gazette adds, the settle- 200 houses had been destroyed ny'.aud ,the grave of fre dom.u diseases, and not mor ., than half uf that

Great exerifun and rage came on men'"'ofthiR c lony of daring and by'fire on the verge oft Esplanade In fact the project Piiez has number the number by malignant will rapidly r ever.and fearfully But that increase

at short intervals, trying) to scratch, hardy pirates, in an inlet, about (native town) and upwardsof completely failed : not one of the we have no doubt, front present
\ I afcd bite all who came near extough mid sf between Malta and Alex- 1000 people' were reduced commissioners, dcspat&ned by him appearances, unless the inhabitants of the
', which continued to increase driB, has .doubtless liven one of the utmost distress.A to the different authorities in V t"- infected district shall remove to a mere

with ali its horrors, .until death those hidden haunts from k'which great number of ,huts have, tzuekhu I .;, we have heard, been healthy part of the town." ,

closed' thp scene. :he cnn mr.'ceJr Malta has so seriously been destroyed by fire at ".Calcutta.Palladium. received favourably ; on the contrary -+-

Why are so many useless dogs suffered, and the promptitude many of them have proceeded Among the Documents which we re*
suffered to go at large in our city and perseverance of Capt. From the JtalccraGazette.. with a commission from the parties ceivd last, week, was the following copy

and fauxburg ? Unl ss some steps Pechell, in ferreting them out cannot "Colombia.-The Manifesto of to whom they were sent, either the cf a letter from of Col.the Joseph M. White to
Secretary which
are taken .by the proper authorities ,but create ,general satisfaction. the Executive department of the to the government here or to accidentally omitted Treasury to publish. We we

to compel those claiming Government Colombia, relatingto ,Peru. The most favourable intelligence now lay it before our reader, not because
dogs io keep them confined, we The abdva pirates'have'been in tIlt;j insurrection in Venezuela ) has been, received from we think'that any thing more)H necessary

" -: may expect: to see recorded many the' habit of deliberately torturingthe and dated, the "30th, April last, has Maracaybo, Margarita, Guyana ,to complete the defence ut our
I more cases before the close of the crews of the vessels taken by been received at this offi .-It ,is Barcelona, and Cumanai: The -.leleh"atibut ter of Mr. Pleasants it is referred published to in last the week let-

year. II them, to extort fi1/'., them thtir a long, able and decisive docu- contrary faction.on the other hand I and did we not publish it, some would
r A'eiy Oran 8th July. money, opening( / iry bale of ment. I studiously,dissemble their views : suppose we withheld it designedly. "

goods, taking rhf most vatuble) The executive government -v'inr to one party: they preach federalism l. "Danville Ky. Augti 21 1826.
t' Frcm ihe Virginia Free Pratt and then warninp-tllem to escape, dicates itself from the charges to the other theygive hopes I
r. Printers have been 'so long considered les they should be again visitedby which General "Paez has brought of monai' -lgnorant themselvesof -The passage; of the law

. I!; packhorses to the community other plunderers. against it in his letters to Bolivar the object of their ,wishes, a- granting the right of preemptionto
iI.I actual aettlers in Florida and
" that they are getUng tired]' of _. and his proclarnationit convicts shamed, or.perhaps unable to retrace -
the title that it conferred them
; their burdens, and begin to exhibit From the New York Mercantile ..i dverliltr, him 01 inconsistency and dissimulation their steps, they have seized on ,
aonipwhu* restivenes& It seemsto I September .; .states that he has hold of :he absence of the liberator to a-specifictract of land to the exclusion

'.1... be a 'rotter of course to expect From England. The ship raised ihe standard .of rebellion, ; ,-as.a pretext to gain time ; and of the grant to the Deaf It

.'t,....' them to make gratuitous publications Mercury, at lbs on, brought Lon avrrs that Venezuela hat been afraid, .or disagreeing among Dumb Assylum of Kentucky, being
located the time
at ofits
, of various kinds; and the habit don papers to July 30. : subjected by military -violence. toa themselves as to' their future designs enactment.tibs -

r has increased so far that we find'in I T'.ie: distresses i of the Manufacturers revolutionary and "unconsiitu, they have .professed a deter,' rendered inoperativethe
location made by that Institution
many papers, requests under the instructions from
the depredations of horse thieves l\1i1itary'Guard is kept every that his traitorous, and rebellious abide- by what I he may resolve.-
and tOe aoscondin r! swindlers.If .- night at Manchester. The dis- proceedings have arrested Whether1 it be decorous for this your Depa rtmentk placed them in

:<,. the practice should be much longer tress hAS extended to the Agriculturalists. and shaken the'Republic in its government to delay ,taking any a situation which will not enable

tolerated, we will next find when march ,and inflicted. deep- wound, steps to put down this seditionun- them for along time.lo'dispose of

. r K man has an extra supply of this : The British Parliament, was on the ,nation, by the terrible example til that moment arrives is another the, small part which, not cover
5 ed I by the'claims of entitledto
. world's goods for sale, that the I further prorogued to the 24th ..ofAugust. of military revolt.According question, and one which to us.ad .those
: printers will be requested to publish : Co thisdocument the, mits but of one answer. Either, pre-emption rights. The Institution
".I { the barne as a matter of fiudjic A, !letter'from London, July 29, department orY t"nezuela"General : we have the moral physical force is in such a 'condition as

:. interest, until atlast their papers j says, Uthere .has been more animation Paez himself and the armed force to compel obedience to the resolutions ,to require,-in a --short time, some

rr1 will be issued for the benefit of the in trade this day.-Coffee has siatlbned. in that departmentjwere of our administration or :we part, of the means that were intend

public alone The rditors of the I ad.aTc'ed.about; 3s per cwi-Upland objects of the particular-favor, and, have not. If the former, they e j
New York American and those of Cottons are quoted at '6d i- indeed .partiality, of the .generaf' have.been violate '!), nd"lOib"ould, p.osed,that my asJeni would be of
and government ; and he and: ,his soldiers exerted some avail, in changing or modi.
the Baltimore Papers have come and accounts from'Liverpool be -enforce them.; pr if* ,
.. to the determination to publish no- Manchester are more favorable." .are guilty of uip cial ingra unfortunately. the,latter' has been fving the location ,and the instructions

hing hereafter without paymenttherelor The London Courier, of- July titude" as well as high treason. the,case. we' have,been living for under which it was mad .

Li. except obituary ,notices; 28 says "There 4s a considerable When so early February, :18 24, the last, few years at the :,mercy of I should. deem.it impertinent to
.. I jealous' and factious dis ontent offer ti opinion, con the consruc.td -
the latter editor very properly remarking i improvement in the market for any turbulent character who might
or the Law
that there U no more jus- the chief articles of Colonial Pro were found to have .attained 'a choose to start forward and involve or any instructions

tice in asking a printer to make a duc?. The prices are nut quoted height which requiredclose attention .jus in:all' t b&hOroi.4. ,,of.civil you might be disposed to
sacrifice of 'labor to the public higher, but the demand has materially 'General'Paez; particular commotionj 4"r&ron should'ndt' g'v'etthder; it-my only motive for

gc 'd, than there' is in asking anyothicrmemberoftheconimunity revived, ana many-of the ly undertook that the garrison of be sorry- t& |||Sfib' k slate of Society troubling. you. lithe official, relations .
of the Caraccas 'should! bt, of : '?lt. i t that. ixist ,between the inhab
to most experienced 'mer composed ceasaflDmeing ,itnore -
_ -'-. 'work for not hinge We agree with chants give as their opinion, that troops and, officers worthy of stable, mofevti,! )aie 'o"resisting: 'itants of that Territory and my.sf -

U- 4 tht"m-It is time to look to our in. there will be a speedy and considerable entire confidence oh account of .every slight; ,a n \\Jlift' aviunovation. and the desire I;feel, on all oc-

_;' terest. Kind thanks and graciouscomplimcntsare :revival in the commerce of their determined attachment to. by an) armed r e, substituted iits' casioni, to. protect thcir interestsand .

J ,, too much like the the country. the Constitution .and to that. unity itea 'This. lasT, however it, the advancement of the'coun

. ., aturt'that dreams are made of, "as The demand for.coarse woolenshad or consolidation, in which, to'use" Wfi'appjehendi: far from being our. try.llaving: this object in view, I
$, thin of substance as the air' improved-but not for 'Cottons his own'language the power and ',situ tin, ana. the documents we should be willing if in: your judgment
.... had felicity the the law authorises such a con.Itruction *
-- .. -2 or 3_cargoes gu.vrrnment'eSlel have before ,alluded to, io onttsii'bly -
.\tW Military Academy.We from Am r ca.-At Manchestera tiallv, consisted.; -.- -- 'proY' that the friends of Government to allow: the agent of the
: understand,eays the Raleigh Star, troop cavalry is kept constantly For a whole .year, the General arc neither few ia num- Institution to locate other lands, in
that ... gentleman, at present in I ready for duty. .. abstained fromexecuting the mili- bernor'defecisve' in.resources and lieu of those, within the presentlo-

this city, has it In contemplation There-was:. no-intelligence of interest tia'fa) w, and remained silent about inclination to support it. Let cations, covered by the claims of

to establish a Military aid Scienxific from the Continent. i.i&'his': o ',cial correspondence ; them be called on to exert them in, settlers, upon any unappropriated

Academy at \Villiamsbofro Mackintosh, a respectable and then suddenly<< executed it in a', favor, of the constitution they have lands, upon this express condition,

in North Carolina; on the and intelligent gentleman, "who is manner which occasioned a ...peti sworn to maintain inviolable ; let that they be sold at the same'
of that conducted tion against him to the time and by the Receiver and Register .
\ plan by Captain a contractor for the Goernment legislature the leaders of insurrection of Valencia
in Connecticut. We from that or' for the benefit of the Institution
are works carrying on at Stonehouse very municipal body ( directed to lay down their.
j, informed that he has been ,an officer Point, near Plymouth, having descended Car CCI1S, which afterwards declared arms, under a promise that their on such conditions as it
the French Arn for I I.workmen (for l him will prescribe. I could not injustice .
in >y sew in the dhinJbellVi b ostensibly in conte grievances, H any are complainedof '
ral years and i is, in every respect, ,'for'the purpose of lay I quence of he measures of the legis- shall be attended to by'the Authorities to, my constituents and the

veil qualified for the undertaking ; ing a foundation for a sea wan, reports lure en the subject. The same who alone by the laws Territory, agree to such achangeof

,. .'\; and that the teachers who will be that when themachine, signatures are affixed to the censure have the power to give them redress location, so far as in any little

associated with him, will be of the which is. provided with convex ,Sc ins< anction ;& hence, and from: : let every thing be yielded' influence, that my opinion as the
first standing end talents. other facts, it is Representative of the Territory
glasses in the upper part of the positively inferred to them compatible with the interests
:. _.::.. and affirmed ,might have, other .
-- : feet under that the and on any Condition
bell, was 25 water, to presentconcurrence ,honor of'the Republic,
F01lGN. : of the than a positive covenant: on
his astonishment he perceivedone municipal au- and the inviolability of our
..., Jhorities existing their to allow the sale of the
.. ihs C' of the workmen's caps smok the effect of i intimidation institutions ; but let nothing be' part, _
From Ccnliiid
4tguit 19. whole
at the sales.
On examining it, he found and the people Venezuela 'extorted violence next January
, Malta, June 28.-Cap'. Pechell, ing. by let no con- To
in fact permit location tot
in his Majesty's ship Sybelle ar that the rays of the sun had converged 'are averse from his seditious cess on be obtained by force ;' and tb"the a change
, the and and outrageous designs.The let emw privilege of holdingup
" rivrd here on, Saturday from through glass unconditional submission to
u the
land for five would
'fI I-'.... cruize, after: having dislodged a : burnt a bole in the cap, also, that Executive Government' what may 'be" awar4ed, by such as retard the, years, the
that it has received population, paralize
, most atrocious nest of pirates on similar effects had, during hot assurances may appointed to inquire into >> -
,, thr southern tide of the island ot weather, frequency occurred on of loyalty and support, from the causes of this revolt,* be the energies of and destroy the proSpects
Candia heir clothes.-London })a ff. tljc neighboring, communities and 1 price at which oblivion fur the Territory j against
I civil and past which, or that would
milifary authorities and any policy
" rt t Here follow the details of the London July 2\.-Extract of a offences be ,obtained., "
t I.t I. call upon the nation to defend lead to ii"I feel it my duty to prOd
t', rnerprize.-Capt. PechcH,4! received letter from theger.t to Lloyd's, and sustain the sacred code of her"ibif1 test, and .with this view I addressed
information at Alexandria of : at Gibraltar, June 29"The Colombian s.'< JPmAW\ I.L 8 the Commissioner of the General

the existence of the nest oC pirates i schr. Hepublicana Capt. From the "Bogota Constitutional, July 13. -- Land Office. nmr___ > weeks since.
---- -- n ----- '
! 4, from two Maltese and Sardinian Gandollo, having been chased, for The Manifesto of General FRIDAY, OCTOBEU, 13,1826. to which' o.letter I respectfully: in-

:' I brigs ; k lest no time in proceeding two days, by a Spanish vessel of :Burmudez will be read with plea Yeri'an8/ztur, vite your attention. -
. search. of them. On ar.iv war, to the westward of the -
., : sure, by every one Arrival the I hare'the honor to be
" capable '
ofap *f John 4dam. ,
, ing off Candia, it was not long before Straits, put in here, on the 27th ; The ,
, he descried two mystics in the day before which the Sardinian preciating the services, which at J. Wilkinson United States' Ship John Adams, Your obt.;,Servant
this he Esq. Commander
moment has it in his arrived at .
chase of him. In their thirst for brig Madonna del Carmen, to render to his and power [his port on Sunday last the 8th Oct. : Jo*. M. White.It .

,6 plunder \he> ,had not adverted to from Cadiz to this port, with salt ,the cause of civil liberty country to from a cruise the" om-.era and Crew all will be perceived, from the
f of the detained throughout >Q good health. It is a circumstance
the description vessel they and some merchandize,
foregoing and the letters
: the world. published
Every line worthy of
be- note, that
during a cruise of
:. were pursuing, but ,discovering by this privateer, also ar ; and in trajrs,aft intimate knowledge of the ueary four months, there has been but last week, that Col. White hat
their s'ake, one bore up and : .afternoon the Sp. Bombard San principles of: Government, and one death on board the ship and only proved much more than he pro
r. the largest ran behind a puint on : An10ni captured some time before, could the voice of reason have a few cases, of si kness. raised in his defence ; and we
the. island under Matala.j here and afterwards carried p' -
t'. Cape brought made itself beard amidst the clamours think that none but the.most hardened -
;' Here was discovered the nest of to sea, returned, but withouther of ambition it >V. understand that the body found and malevolent i be disposed
t\ : might have nea Webbville
robbers, with four mystics, who which it seems had ) on Chipola (as mentioned is the
& ,, cargo opened ihe.,eyes of General Paez n a communication published in our deny, that there
had 'manned a stone breast work been disposed of, and transfthippe"into to ,the abyss into which he was Imadly ISM) is ascertained to be that'of Mr. Mo v most ample evidence of purity of
with 200 armed men for: their de. a Sardinian vessel at the ba'ckof plunging himself and dispelled BIS stranger who had been in the coun- intention and an invincible devotion
ence.-After summoning them to the rock. _Some of the consig the cloud of errorwhich, hie- ry but a few,week and who i it !had been to the interests of' the people -
j I
i I .supposed, brought money with"'him! ,,for repre9eDt9manife, through:


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bich the there baa bcVn EO mu hmisrrpreJlcntation -l P(( ol the ',.cithtf.N. ; tet. .* 4d&tr I;$
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the Governor has where !i1'tb ( ., .
Exctllrncy. ofloijpre} T t .
hrrrtofore had a very hAh opi wa* adopfed, tTWhe / '" rid' : :.: ,

of Col.. White' in*urn* a- asVHBtt pfctted 1lH '7".f.. \

iou and zeal 1 ; and l'Clu'fDe' that denc*, 16 'iff dMji&Vjioh( [ to I '.1'6-.-.-: 'l- LA01 .. & ." 'j
bilHy ; sates rC .
the stat.inefl' this .. f1
shall have seen ) declton)W tfre,
when he donntry : ? lO .
'fhich are ndw before tU ro-u r'rtf t.4 r (io'D ,11th! iiv 1I'8d t"
refuting_.the false reportsubcct ( hy ex jdlhg.; ;aH ianiplei' in i at Kingsley, ftf ,{J.i.; THai.'PtlI .. ,; :
public, of the location of % I .* .i-Mte- Yfik -ft1.; -.
met fifi w bnf m$h living \f' ., .
the .
Ir .
on Lo* t. .f.-rii.j
AsyJ Lq411; ll b
the \1dJor the Kentucky i bytheiTidijstfy analabour. of I Sy.to .Jt_ .. '-" ... of'ib1 I
c61 Vin be reinstated in the, clesei .of eilizens hare been I dflafl1J e ...utCm --
on .whicJ. he has ex'' r'I1redib6ttliE, and fruitless. I d and C, Macf2, John Wf liiif :_ :
hisjetteriffrom 'winch ; I!' an-d, bertS Miller ":A_ to'1I ._ ..J
} fearful .
l pp i 32s_ to Emeli idb1MC I aft. :tbe .' JYt ." : ",
quote the Following. / !iieM $ that""tI\ab1 f:. f lhran; duetkma of-:0"D, H' "
"e tyV Walter A. MC :
Dcctfthify! *. .
lhanc* fdot..aM inrffgent tbivg is dou&J/ #
u ( may p 1 esdiay,4ghI4c1r CbgrIe w. :
ICs R-l have the 1icfl" tb 'or gjtj iufler* ,for the' watU fiol i I' Mifflin titi8 JI'V"'&"reglo"iJ, the nciwi.ofiaitwgfeout '.";,_ ,1I
a petitioioRe them. 1)1 iupporting nre't : til)1t "dioF llrrJ adllf ft ra'l0eeu ( 11 d i ipd't
transmit to you a
than McCaskil"Ro) jz'ti Melllgan 6ii'
betorCongress. it-ri.t61s6"t"1ftf He a
hen Charles"Esq. to baLd; S 'tr-t" 'f"rfe scjlutions were also how- John McGeoSamejqfhcjt% ".geatiit ffe"BManicr .
This) is/done at, the doptddK Calliri in I &
meetings : ,N.-Midshipmai Nailer Wit-; our ac. ..
speCial request of Mr. Charle several' districts' i in the it a 14 Ham NiiolsVPendleton -i"- ? '# ,' ** :'f pUatogiie*of dHsvnoIe.collection may* ,
f fi '
received dssufance from the 'of 11. :* eobtw. sdartvftftteesle7. y capifml; :
J wUhas for purpose taking into P.-.ch.rO Geor4 city:.
I ir .
i crop > Ettroptfind South Am fkiam
r h- the
more .
aideratibn .
man the ,
that DO t dlffefebt
i 1llf ,Pesea ; cities :and large' or the
i folly atiendtb the interes's of the" in the 'preamble and i lots .of j tore, E. PrinV SViilia11qney 2. United 3utcsf where .re11:es bve been .

} I'eople of Florida than y urstlr. 'I', Iiyiij by,'.many, believed that some'l .-Desiderio_Q\i8 .' '. OtabVhed'tti i or by direct pplictioa to :
"1 respectfully, the State will : proprietor, by mail or otherwise
am crop ,throughout t R-H: milto E V. RoblihcJir3, and he..will be 'gratified to ;
YourObt: Servant cAV'n. turn out 'so badly as hae been t Robert n tchi't- ( ,and of receiva the .
; n ..Leroy : [patronage'. those Who may wish to for- ,
: P. ])urill. ticipaitd' Another general, Co. 2, Peter ,Rodrague, William:;i wartf ord ii for the various production

of the 12th of Janii ingofllie citizens was to have ; not D. Roberts, George ,Reilfy, :Mentor oftiee tablishzneiit. ;
I In a letter d IrnmeJiately after the as : But with Gentlemen of science
Rogers Nathan Ramsay "Lod- and lei-
Col. White ; ,
nuval% requested lit ,
: rtfthe
'". Proprietor desires
MU" - of the'c urt. ise Rtcio.S. also to culti ,
in a suit for him in the :Vatfe.att intercburse'of[a different .
to appear .. : .-Williant* Smith 8, TBo. iidsOflts nature,. .
Court. In another letter )r the attention of those who .
Supreme his Excellency dated Ibtlinf The Milledgeyille Recorder, in .*p Stan le y'2. Philip. Sanfofd, EUaaStocksdalc .: reside in distatit places to .contribute'to,
of Jnp of GoV. Troup'ft : stab .rnrie
IntenIOri'ar the
,'Sabcle. SCnteflneFtan. t by sending him svch
Jane says U your letter to the the ceded lands, on the'1st. Sept. ; again I Seedi'of the most .
interesting Trees and
cis Stone Enerante
tecretaryxof \ on the subject I that the surveys ordered will of dull ljet.Jo.. Plants, as can be obtained in theu-
V internaImprovements, has i only to the Chat bo chi -not few seph rra'J.. F. _Sniitb, .,_ T JiD spectirt localities.. Roots also of rare re*

01 much service, and re* all the country ceded by either one Shipper,. William Smiley, Pierce Bulbous Flowers.especially those which

don, you the Territor).." but that portion only which is Cot- : G. Small, J slee Strdud, Jot pbI are natives of warm H-__r.1ilft8t._..._.V..p. ,-WII"| JJG I.- \
Uonoron ceded by both, tndis, or I R.Sraithi, particularly Acceptable, *.nd by being
fleets v.r Ortie soih April the strict conformity to each.** packed.m close boxes filled wi&i --"
T. Tool
:In a leu* nowing the anx- -. of the -Henry' y jr 5, John sand may be transported with .

Governor 1. "J.s"u a suijecl 8O Jeep- From i Ac;) >:;' York Eventifg'Pott. for Tenbrink 2, Jame.Tha'meur, J.Trfpletf B. safety. These contiiButioristhe'Proprietor perfect- ,

Jet) you feel, v interest uf our Officers of the General Grand Hoyal. uf 'IO 2, Charles Tillman 2, proposes to fully reciprocate by a return -
affecting IL h Chapter of the United States of old. John A. Turley, Achilles Thompson of such Plant and Seeds as may be
Jy | 'J it to deemed
Territory I deen asTflecied at their present septennial Rob't. Thomas. most'interrsting and acceptable
such 'cws. as pre. sembly in this city, on. Friday Sept. V.-David Vestlery 6. to them.
exhibit to you mi ad" : .
Te this
t1 friendly
1826.M. W. J. Wilkinson 2 William interchange pr
to ,- posed
sented "T E. His KJC. De Witt Clinton, to the wcrrld at
.anu- largebe ,
of the 22iry ()i Whittle 2, Thomas T. Webb solicits prticiJ.,' ,.
and :n a )letter \ of the State:,of New York, General larly tKe attention.of person's Tmhgin '.
; he remaiks 'lamgl-\l0 b-/- High Priest. 2, John 1' Wallace, Charles Wilson more remote regrori of the Unit .tI tea- .

support with ability Doyle vJJ, E. John Snow, Esq. of \ Washington.. John. M. >All contribut on,, : bi 'cqowt tL:.., ,
you <: i110, Deputy General Grand ) in the Catafogues '' '
have interested Wright. ;
claim, and that you ton, and ilrvarietiesf
the best and ablest man in P t d Hon. John W. Hasell Hunt, which shill tbUhpr3ented,
\rstE Lrde prove new and valuable! ,'shall
Congress, Mr.Vebster,in the Ca- of Charlesto.' S* C' General Pott .tCr. be perpetuated by the names given tfceia F

! jial of Florid' King. Pensacola, 2d Oct., 1826-33-31. by the contributors. Those persons who"? I.
saul Dean, of o reside in remote >rts of ,
extracts from publicofficialleuer's 1.1. E. and .Uev. Union
i These are where
1 Grand Scr.be.M. intercourse
): GeneTal JOHN MAIL ARRANGEMENT difficulti 'can-encroser
of Slassachusetts,
on subjects gen Chapman, Esq. of such Seeds as are small and fOrWW'tb
Lebeas Com mby'mail
11 1\ eral interest, which have been left of New York, Uneftl Grand Florida Mail. ; and sucKasare more'"bulky.
City the :
;1 official correspondence can be.put a tight boxjind<
.1j.1 with us, with taI "f P 24th UE every Other Monday 12 o'clockM. care of any Agent-or the senftd-ilit.
j White that ? Es1 U establishmenr.
of Col. : E\. Peter Grinnel, Closes the following Tues.day The
jt.II" and 'ir SO proper season foz the transports
: snouM he become the .subject of dcnce/ t. Island, General &i af2 o'clock M. bon of Fruit and OnturientaJTteeland: _

II"I : .' Future l :ilrk, justice may be done rer. Jonathan Nye of I' of AllotherM i19I I :Plants, 15.the mont October. Novem
; he.etorore. M. E. an: iRev. ORI I ber and Decemfaerratkl
without Juuch delay as Grand ; I 6 :M. aloMrch and
Due P.
so borne Vermont, General every Wednesday at
I that the Go- tons' April; forBuIbo'us Flowers; such as Tu
I 1he'reports lain. Close every Friday at 12 M. *
ar lips Hyacinths, &c. the '
. vernor bus a l N'1 time disapproved M E. William i'.,Hunt, CMof N is'July toNovember Green-house prop period

of the puWc course of : ville Tennessee, General Gruliu M met N o nOE. I can be packed so a.to be transmitted Plantf
, Co). Whitrmay have been invented good'H I: ap g'Ma1ter instructions o# the Post almost any season of toe year.

:', originally with a view to injure The William, capt. Browne1J.'ie e, General'is made. the duty I cannot coacluder flrJ. PJ'efatd-rc.;

him and justice to hiEcelleucy, : at New York t sailed \ that of the Fust Master, to putin each mail marks without acknowledging oblfra--
I.. ; 29th of Bay to all letters which are deposited In the tions to a number of gentlemefrfoy
accused, demandsthe Lisbon on their
; well to the .
88 il I Fai Post office one half ur' before theredmofclothc.Ps4ail polite contributions to UiiiestabKshmentrespeeiaily
I publication of these _extracts. :Capt B. forms that on his ;. Tne undersig < to Professor Tbouin Admink-

fil' They ttsiify tothe high opinion ward passage his ship leaked_ t /" ed cannot. be responsible for the detention irMa?'of the Royal Gardens at;,Paris; to

' >vhich the Governor entertained, badly at to wear out his crew, a c.L of:tliose letter*,'whica"arc Dot:ptft in the ProfessoT'Boc Inspector of the King's

,, at"ari'ous times, of the fidelity, that he saved his vessel-by v* : t.Say..- oSQce'as'"earlyas aboye'mentioned?But Garden at the Luxembourg Paris; to P.
desirdus of'ac ommod ti;:the J. Laine of
being Switzerland
I of the his ;, :._ ; to OctavienTargiojii
mill work \ i .al
zeal and influence to !
ability, .. >*iicj as far as in his power, he will mail 'Tozzettr, Professor of
I Botany
Delegate, and it must be evident would make 2461 strokes per l __?,: PT I ",' :.. .wjjich are deposited before the'an4ettc and Agriculture at Florence, Italy; Win.H. .

that the charge said to have been when the w7ud blew fresh, been : .n"whicni- r-tfcto- go, actaal- Krause, Esq., of the Island of St.

made by the GoTcrnor and \he that he experienced a 'West Packet ly closed.! The''Northern v<; AA---i..., being *Croix.-1 ; Howard Madeuu, Marsh, &Co., of the'bf -

I pledge wljich) he gave to prove it, ,blow for 36 day*., polite the most important, will always be the lahu. ---*;-..?Thomas at Cambridge Nuttal, Esq Uni-,

must have originated in misconception in- last. made up. I Professor or Ju ".v .-. -g

8; the )letter of Mr. ,Nelfcon !- I CautlrJJ.. AVe ,are desired I I W. Hasell Hunt. versity, and authorof. the "' Gene. %TAmericaThPlinb" ..-

to Maj. Webb contradicts* it I put the puiic on' their guard from Post Matter.Pensaeola I Professor :Dc*>7 01 -

in the most full and positive man gainat-twojoitgfler5i who, Oct. 2, 1826.-33. than WHHamstown Hunncwell' College, the-Hon.* the John Hon* Joj,,-. "

., ner. The impropriety of conduct ed here from England; on the .- Linncearir Botanic Garden and Nathan Bridge Esq.ot"'D wdi

imputed to the Delegate, inst. in the BrigXPcruVian. It jJ;' : Porter of Plainfield.Un.t.-, OIl; .

was recommending the location believed that ihey'N e-wuh Stof k .., \e k'YoTiffJtogittt 1- and N. Herbr..aqrs. a.It.'Poiseti inI.Mrs.EIi_

of the land in Florida, which is counterfeit notes"of fi ie bank I 1,1826.nectcoouBOicex 5J4i1lB1s 'za V "- Zrin. of South-CaroKaa MrI-

Hhewn to be false, by the letters of England. They :assumed Heard: t1erni&ieultbelast.< :ouisa C. Shaw Thomas. YoungEsq.*,'.
is'aIr,1. '
On- ; _..__ century', .C3.JObfl.LCCQDteLewjs Le Conte,
Moore and Mr. : 4*
Major Nel! n. name of Jones on the: pasa'Jje, _, 11 1. .t
'Twerro.II IUf UJC_1reE-xtent J John Cooper,-JohnWatkinlr,and-"A G..
No one will contend, if the location have gone in the direction of I I alter. iI of its Botanic acquisition,as-well iaExo. Oemler Esqr&, _of Gcnrgii.- .Ceorrp

was forced on us "in defianceof ton. One is Evan Oliver,* : tic and Native Fruitvof..the various.f fkiiid GiBbspr: 'Esq:-of'FJoridr Dr_Hart,, ofM5OUrRQb&CUreyEZLC1TCn.

the wishes" and contrary to of Glamorganshire, 35 year I ; Cargo -as fonts 1argecolIeeonof Treea j jPlintaacd : .. ,
Flowers". {&:_for, nesaee Roberta '
: ornament I j w. Browo _VVilJiaax JJ.
the of Col. White _
protestations fair 5 7
age, complexion, feet ,: only : and-.the..l'l -feeling ;VL*%- t.andJOD.B
that 4 was incorrect in him to 8 inches high, freckled in J .
anxious? still 'farther to promote it.-ad I Esqrs,of North Carolina; Genera Cock,.
I i"I fiolicu an agency by which, hisconstituents face, and stout built. The mencement, and to extend.itt intttcwrserj.Dr. Norton, and .Dr.. HeDnmlri.

were to be benefit is Thomas Walkins, 5 feet .9 and U3efulne.ssrxdeems''thcnprescnfo mo Hem,,Thonw.H L. l helJ.. and rhomas

ted. We therefore trust that a es high, the thumb of his left ,' ment peculiarly propitiousjvhen to many BillsrEsqrs., ofVirginia r .Dr... )omtODr4
balks $ ciacTiiair ,
: persons of CTMT afft.making otanyt Weshingt it Hcckfiweldefr -
disagreementwhich has had its origin is bent inward. Editors will bricks' the subject'of theirinveatigatiQUvanoVatudv ,', .D r tfiiliBgI>rrJaojeaMea tt Henry.

in misconception and false well to sounan. alarm in all : ta.,solicit the.attention-iaiuL.aid' of PrattF.>Reubexb9Maiae&, '' -->-.'act- Pfeilift 'H_
---r- -T-
, hoodwill cease now that the mat itctions. ,:,New persons:of.science nd.tJute throughout Matte,Esq_,; of: .'Joseph

ter u satisfactorily explained. JV. Y. Daily ddv. 8th & by' C. the'world. Baratt Esq,of Vermont; 2echamhAI.
"The Botanic .Garden which covers an len.Esq', of' Providence| 'J\p. Brace
__ ....._.
a 44- -- with of Connecticut
; -.JJJ-JJ%- iJJFJ- -- exttnt of about thirty acres,together Esq. ; John* Steve*' ,
I. Atuhvillc, Tenn. Sept. 16.-From the 'cap ioua.Gnen and. Hot-houses attached '}sq., of New Jersey r Dr. James of A&urv .. .
From an officer of the Navy, ample or great men duelling has : thereto, cootans.above eight thousand DY, James Duane Eaq.,and Judge Tom-

u-arrivtd in thIS city, we understand much the order of the day, thatwe : i .C1eLan4-yadctieSjof, 1 r.ees.,and linJO, (Scbenectady:.J aes'G- Tracy,

that the report, some that it was with some difficulty a piii tarj and'from its being. theu most?ex* Esqv,cfxNiagara county j Dr.John Torre t
time circulated of the man of this pla ce, .a few days ago, : st: Qf- tensive' in' Amenca ..andfbrmiDg c.:; rfesaopf' Botany; fcc. at..Vest
ago Frigate restraint o hop of about fifteen .ath. source oFdistributiono ,thousand.of Exux Qint'ami:.Author of.the, "'Flora: ,of the
Constellation having been detained from engaging in mortal c t .
age I'oti j 1)ItNativc productiona annually t ttbem..and.l1idd1eState.. \Ym'. 'Jay.
at Pensacola, because there the field of honor.-NatiOfJaI'BanrtW-- I : ; :: : .ntbsi; every,part ef the: world and to every .EofWest-Cheatercou$ ;, thelearn--,.
vas not sufficient depth of wateron I ; e.r State i in die Union it may be justly.con- ed Professor)Mitchell Dr.David HosaackIjev. ;.

:. the bar, is wholly unfounded. Prices of Cotton. :tli kreieas" a A'ational Intdtution. .,Mr.Schaeffer. G..G. .Howiand andlJobn
I _
-, ---- a. I, 1catiOiof.tbit Gardlea. also .
I She -- : I The ; may I Aspinall, Esqrs., and Capt. Jacob. .'
coulu have gone to'sea any !, Aug. 8.-The good ., _considered .
;, I Liverpoj : onillaccuunta be. the most Smith, New-York; Col. George Gibb,
day while ahe remained in that mand, which wtf began to elperi : nihg. 2,j digtblejntlie.Unite4 States,.beingsitui of Suuswck;Dr- Vanderver of Flat- ..>

harbor.-JVat. Intelligencer. $ Cotton at the close fast month ,, H. tetlin.au.1sland,, which for its. fertility bush i Henry Pope. Esq., of Brooklyn;
continued,and in some instances for ,W.: baa been dei1oanin ted/'The Eden oCthe and. apt. Ebbeta,._.cf .Newton,_LongJs-
i The Rhode Island Journal that the Unbind rather higher rates_ were ; Union with ilproxinuty to.th-e, Oceanr land- yaU of_whom'seeds 'or pU&tshave.heen
says of last week. when ;;- '
ed the close ameliorate its ,
at climateVa I contriouted
(. factories of that State alone consume thirty tending;greatly politely, 'which it
thontand balrt of COTTOX annually. Males (i including 1240 b1lesSea[ | I 'aa:the immediate vicinity of the largest I.would,perhaps have :been ,impb asible;.tohavfrobiunedfrciarptlier
) This by auction at a decline of Id) lDe I ':commercial city in America, thus I ; >sources....'
surprises us.-l bid. to 14,250 bales, of whicli 500 .' IB -i deriving at once from these various-sour? I'_ With ,all !his BOtSJUCtheropesolit'a corre poBdenU,

, I --. export and only 500 0.4 .. of: es the combined advantages of-climate, I ;\ .frequeni.; .ihteiw.
,. Licu Sherburne'of.tbe U. S. Navy is wbich'we consider favorable I fertility and of intercourse with every I course, jvncfrequesU from theca everj in.. .
now actively engaged in surveying the in the trade. Ui11ands-- averaged quarter of the world. format respecting:new diseaver", .
jiaihourof lialt.iinoretn order to ascertain ns6Jd.andAlabama6 Mfcl.litciwt ; S.: establishment has also the .advantage the"diverged interestsof ,the, flotanij. ,

I I'I'I',. its suitability far a Navy Yard, agreeably '. 9.-Accounts from .2,_ J. of not_being founded.oittUat evanescent .an&' ,Hun : tsi.t4- Eyeu- !: for- -' .. -1Jj... -
to the appropriation ot Congress for that are pretty good this rooming yet < : Jerc- basis which so often_Atte1iaiIatlp. wzll..behc" rfuHy, reprte.an4as. ". ..."
I objeckVr.York St at ciman. rather dale For Uplands and such tiojwof the kind,, bufl1a.s-bee. li' M "ictivi71z; thvcry eencetof 'Impjqve" ",._ ,.

The ship of the line building Ports- Cottons. there U a steady demand for fair,U perpetuated during, .more;:th ve' y .. :"f-' na '" .9l-t '. ,>
Biouih. it culled the Alabama and the trifculi hut the ordcrigenerally arc ; Days, year*,\.with_a cnta tincrOi&jnc f edg \ guwllconductedWUL'ilt .. \.
II ; ..iicjaiuce.. jfad. ties at 614,at which price about 2000 Drum Apartment,and*with every prcac cttfeat.it : .pp4eZd despatchwhich ,

would be taken off at once, but Joseph. ,contmnuanccwiILbeerTet._ .. : 'Thipermanence ; ,.cbaracteruettbe'fftfnena'tr&ni ,.... I V ,i. .. ',-
holder ai-e unwilling sellers at that. c wees < give to.all Q! who may tions of the establishaicnuWilliam .-, -"
I It in s'ated in a Paris paper, of Jutnut ,10.-This conveyance tkvour thropri tor'witl ,',coatributlons .
the U-th July, that the Right Rev. deui d, we nay lute that our : of rare.Pulanl ,..Qr.Seed froau distant.pi*. ,' r'
\ViHiam DubourgBishop of Lou- markets keep..preUY. steady, and. ces, the assurance' that; tneuV 1bi is a toJeruly t' lr dcwand, chiefly )..Pry. donation* will're cel,&_such,ewe and)attention of ihe-Jfrticuiuroi tlc1.of.1 IJ:1UUl: .. tI
dna, hub "giver his resignation, James their culture,, as,will Tender .ftAeJ9t.eria .sisofzA. "corzt/iU. ..
which$ has beer accepted by thehpe.'L.fialr. ;:Xda' r. T tiifWl ) At. them po>WCfttl_ to.9ur country.au4 bn. atI r'n cc&c: .
4mcricun. The de maud laat week was Very '> ; .
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", ." '. XEIVPROPO&IL8.. I to The/, 'inc. can_ Faraefr, l\tg te,,! otk\ittt. .no-r\\\a. .Lan L& Agency. I 2IDW AZlmvDi TI r-jv*
BLoieBrick and Lumber XSPTJ3LISHZOINwFErLY win qffice for the urc1uue and tale of AND
I!. .: ." 'Wanted. : .LUMBERS 'OF EIGHT In the fart,, and will be published M opened of F18rida.fiT Tallahauee. the Seat of Government Ladies,Week'y Gazette.. '

4 .Acrj/Jpnt. Q tc;,. > QUARTO J. S. Skinner PAGES, Itfort the .ex:. Meeting of COR- is known, that the rich lands of Florida -
,', Pnuacol4. 4tla Ocforl826.IOP08ALS .5 rcai.GJLES. are well adapted to the culture ?1IHIS isA new publication issued co
.- Poit Matter of the City of Balii Scox Ciw ASD i. It has been
;. will be received and prir SEA I O1v'8- of those great staples Wednesdays. commenced -
vatecontractstntere.dfltoatmy of -more -Register of Debates in Congress fez: ISLIHD COTTOJT. That Gentlemenwho under'the most favourable auspices -
of visit this country, with a view to permanent and, as i.ts title designates,is
ce, for the \6rily: the following m "frj&5 per annum, to be paid invariably II. appropriate
terials for building a wharf, Command- tit advance.GTFIHIS settlement labor under many ed particularly) to the ladies. It b devoted
ant's House,Blacksmith's shop, and mast Journal is handsomely printed. disadvantages, in the purchase or locationof to the cause of virtue knowledge ani
House, at the Nav1ud viz. 61 with a great number of engravings This volume will contaill1. lands, which it is believed might be amusement. It will furnish information
5,852 perciiettoi Stone, suitable for the to illustrate the subjects treated of. Fifty. A fun' report of the Debates and Incidents obviated by this Office. on the culture] of plants, flowers Ect_ USeful -

constitution ofa 'substantial and permanent two numbers, a title page, ftod an ample of the Session of Congress which. I I It is the intention of the undersigned receipts ; a general weekly)
'wharf. It is to be of the best quality index make a volume. It is written for has.just closed, chronologically arranged I to be prepared with special information offoreign and domestic news Ii
that can be procured in this section of by the most intelligent and distinguished I relative to the quality and extent of the .fund of select isehlaneou.It !
country, and to be delivered of a size most practical Farmers in every State of the i 2. An Appendix, containing a com most valuable lands which may be offered is neat!? priflld on fine .p. .
convenient and desirable for the purposesfor Union, and is devoted to the subjects of : plete list of the Members of thrtwo for sale by the Government or by in pressly for binding,) qaarto formel.fhtI frI
, ,tI which it is intended. Agriculture, internal Improvements, and I Hcuces, wjtlt.the President's Messages to. dividuals. Books will be opened for the i I pages without advertisements (which
t. .560,000 Bricks,9 inches long, 4 wide ; -Rural alUl.Domea.tictEconomy. To givea Ccmgrelts"nd_ other leading State papers registering of all estates which may be are to be on a cover.) The price is cnly
} do. thick and ofthe first quality, better view of the -scope.and tenor of committed to the charge of said office I two dollar,payable- advance}
, 260,000 feet of assorted lumber',superficial the American Farmer, the following 3. J complete Copy of the whole body with drafts and description9-special examinations Among the numerous list of contribu1 ..
or board measure, for the above brick iketch is subjoined; being;the table of of the Laws pst during the Session.- will be made in all cases if tors arc the names Seleck Osborn, /

buildings, It must be of'ello'pine of 1 contents of seven numbers of the seventh 4. A copious Index to all the matters. deemed necessary. Bllen, the Boston Bard, &c. and in order Rosa
\ 'the'first quality and gotten out.agreea-: I volume. contained in the volume. Said office will be prepared to attendto to render the work truly valuable! the
dimensioas the COXTSKTSOV and The volume for this will contain all business the completion editor will
blyto the exact given tn : No.11.-Onthetu1trte year to perfect distribute premiums for Or1; ,;..
'bill which will be furnished. The agent preparation of Cotton for market, with double the matter of the volume of last or- adjustment- --- ----of-- -land. Clainu.-.-. -To all faa nal- articles- amounting to one'hundred--"fr" .
reserves the power of increasing or reducing engravings of Machinery used-On the year, bat will be afforded to subscribers bines::* appertaining to the Donation or lorn. < *
the quantities and qualities of the Thee and economy of the Ox over the at the rate of Five Dollars. The numberof Pre-emption Laws, passed by the Con All communications must be addressed
lumber at any time before closing the Horse for Agricultural labour. Great extra large Brevi pages which it gress of the United.States, for the bene to Thomai C. Clarke, editor and
L 'contracts. match between Imroved Short Horn and will contain is expected to exceed a fit oi the early settlers J.'lorida-and to tor, No, 40, Rnce Street. Philadelphia propi.je..
All the above materials are to be deli,- Hereford Cattle, which nroduced much thousand.We every description of business relating to a Postmasters and others will be eentiled
'red u' the NavyYard Pensacola. The excitement lately in EnglandOn th'eva- shall -undertake to magnify the General XonJ dgeitcy. Map ?t the every sixth copy they may order. to
tt 1 periods of delivery will be fixed in the gacity and 'usefulness of the Shepherd's importance of a work of this description.We PubhcLalldsj which were oHered in May : July 28, 1826.

contracts, for which roasonable time Dog, by Col.J.H.Powel-On the culture are more than content with the verdict 1825; and of those lately advertised for (Tj'Subgcriptions: received at this
will be to oflhe and-Manufacture of Wine which public opinion has.passed upon sate times : of-
will be allowed. They subject I Grape ,as by the Government, can at all i fice.
the usual inspection by the officers of the now,practised in .France, by Cobbet the first volume. We will only add, /lt procured. I

yard, and immediate payment will be Proceedings of the Horticultural Society i that the second volume shall excel the Letters (post paid) addressed to Richard I NOTICE. 7 ""
i made for them ae delivered, upon evidence London* and their election of the Editor I first, in typographical execution as well C. Allen & Co. Tallahassee, Flori
being.produced at this cfice of the: of the American.Fanner as a memberof I, as! arrangement, an entirely new type da-will be attended to. WHEREAS on or about the 19th day
t delivery and inspection. : their body-On the practicability of having been procured expressly for it. .!*?, fourteen barrels .>
: Bond, with appioved security will be obtaining God Water to flow on the surface Gales & Seaton. Richard C. Allen & Co Whiskey were picked up On the Nort ,
of the by boring,'in almost situation- side of Ship bland| by Pedro
required: for the faithful execution any Aug. 10, ..1826- References.His Kaich, master -
contracts, fur the supply of the Brick and Sporting and other#i need otes. of the Schooner Amelia and other '
-- Stone. No. 2On the burning and full directions Excellency WnuP.. Duval, and in pursuance of the provisions of .l:

ai'The:: Office will be open for -receiving for the use ,of the Stone' Lime as FOR SALE.ltiIJllE CaL Robert Butler, Surveyor GeneralCol. act concerning wreckers and w "An
I Ip proposals until contracts are made manurewith anengraving of his lime subscriber, Executor of the last James Gadsden, property" a Jury was empanel! !cked
for the supply of all the materials required kiln, by John Patterson, Esq. of Baltimore *) Will and Testament of Francisco General R.K. Call, N. S. Parmantier Esq.Notary .It befora

; and the: agent wilVat any time when I !. county-.A full account of Earl Touard, late Pensacola deceased, offers Major Benj. Cnaires, Tallahcu ,. on the 27th day of Se' ,t'tl il i who
an acceptable proposition shall be made Stimson'g management of his celebrated for sale the following property, belong Jonathan Uobinaon Esq. Gad de1J ely made the following awar .4e.nber 1825
enter into a contract fur furnishing a part premium farm in the State of New York ing to the Estate of the said deceased: viz Tallahassee, 20th Jun, 1826201am6D1t Whiskey be sold at an A that the said
or the whole. .-On the diseases of various Fruit Trees The undivided half of a Tract of Land. Salvors be ptid: fifty .,cllOn, and that thb
Samuel R. verton. and how to cure them by James Worth containing NOTICE, ceed. therc.r for percent" .of the pro.

of Pennsylvania the construction- -- of jHE undersigned having been This is'' 4flllvae-
32tf. Afavy dgent. Rail Roads-Extracts from the NoteBook ( (1 cvii '-1 ordered ioGive;
by the Hon. the '
The Mobile Commtrcial Register will of a desultory.reader. :.' County Court of that the r-. .
please' publish' the above tf. No, a.-A Recent English'Prize Essay Situated North East of Bayou de la Estates cscamDia of County" J. M, to FL1NN administer on the I effect end--- nwrard Has been carried into

on the Horse, with an elegant engraving, True ha, on the bay of San Mary de Gal. GONZALEZ & FIUNC1SCO, J9QMINGO \'F. niskey- /.he net proceeds of the said

LOST. showing by its.proper term every part of vez, about twenty one miles from the Intestates who have -died HEJIDO, The ow /lave been. paid into my hands.
the animal, (this paper alone is worth to City of Pensacola : and aHOUSE ty in this Territory" leaving prop. .:.'1|[are hvteby ner or owners of said propertY'
POCKET Book containing, among farmer the ; called upon to
: every
L subscription for a ) come forward
year nti,
other papers, a note for Sixty -Dollars -Extracts on various subjects from Agricultural .& LOTin Hereby prefer their claim or claims thereto,
Col. Noriega, dated 'Reques't year and
given by Joseph Addresses-Valuable all a day from the date of
2d Sept. 1826 and payable to the subcriberSixtY tions on the Improvement of sugges.Wool-- persons having gainst '.ie award aforesaid, after which the
estates of the said Intes' ceeds pro.
after date. .' be
persons disposed
hereby cautioned days against trading for their Hogs extraordinary weight of some and the City of Pensacola, fronting on the same immediately. 'and'.L- 'tes''0 to Tiresent t i aw. of according
arc keep-Numerous valuable receipts Alcaniz Street said inQeotcdtuthegametom4ke -
lot containing 52 feet
.: said note as will be made onlyto ,John
payment -Sporting and other Anecdotes. liort" .. Miller
front by 80 feet deep and 'known in the with to I .ymenWI. CPk
No. 4.-'On the culture and qualities of Plan of the number Superior
City as 112. Court of Well
: I Gilbert Vanemburgb. various Graw -On the comparative val I The above property will be sold on tLasefl HUttt Pensacola, 28th Oct182535laml2 Florida.
4th October 1826-32...tf. ue and economy of the
Pensacola Horse-Improved : credit-one halfof the purchase
moneyto Deputy -.
Short-Horn .fey .
II Cattle- The Cherokee C4NTO'lMElfT
be paid in one and.the remainderin '
1 year .
.-On the qualities of Stucco, used for Crupper ()l'k. 'FHWIBA 1st (
Medical College of South as two year, Payment to be secured fto" July 1826. J
protecting and beautifying the exterior by notes, wiith a mortgage; on the p. cPnsarola] C. C.EC. 421 WILL receive proposals tili, the 31st
ot H 24th October
Carolina. o u.4elOn: the August *
t construction of Rail mises. TDesiderio IJ&g-26-St. ensuing, to furu 'h the
Lecture 1l be resumed in this Ways, being a premium Essay from' Got- By the of the United States Am3yf that troops .
THE on the second Monday of land, -with all the euipavingt. : Q, iDa. Fresiden ojthe: United may be stationed at Cantonment are or
: r No.5A valuable Pensacola 17th March 1826-tf with fresh beef Brooke
November next as follows : Essay on Sheep, the States. fronv'the 1st On. .tomy.-By John Edwards Hoi- origin, management, and qualities of ary, 1827, to inclu'it the
i JN pl.:>suai>ce of 31st day of De
the Law I
brook M. D. Spanish Merino 'Jocks, by Anthony -. FOR SALE. JoaN 'Qunrcr cember,1827.
.k4Anj3 President
James Ramsay M. D. Morns Esq. from notes made in Spain of the United States :The beef xvfll
.Institutes Surgery and Practice of Medicine -On curing Tobacco-Indian corn, curious r fArcerica: do hereby proclaim and make to the troops in required to be delivered v
and \\ .1 1 kflwnthat a Public Sale will be held two days in eacb
l1S at week
Samuel II. Dickson M. D. experiments in j. I[ Vne Land I (the days to be
Office designated
.JJfateria.JJlediea-Henry: l{. Frost )I. D. the culture-bf, 1)1Mr, Seabrook, of 5. At Tallahassee,' inVest quantity as shall be such
diseaset Women and' Carolina-Proceedings of the Florida on the third Monday in January, tiOI1lon required for their raV
Obstetrics add the of Pennsylva.nia each,
situated 011 Itoin,1 street in 182r, for the disposal of day. And I deem it
tbe-.t Landssitu necetV
Infants.-Thomas C Prioleau M. !) Agricultural Society-Orchard :. t. Chemistry and Pharmacy.-Edward Ra- a valuable practical essay on 'its culture, Pensacola I tOrjf A with UicHalf ate in the District in f Lands offered for offer'to contract for who raay choote to
\ \'enel M. D.NaturallJidory. qualities, and Value-On the culture of sal* at Tallahassee and in the,townships beefwiVibe the supply, that the
t, l and Botany.--Stephen"Elliott. Vines:-The Holly, how used in hedging lot ot lA9wtt hereafte'designathd, vir which'the market required to be of the best
L.L. 1). : -On the cultivation of the White Mi- Fractional townships No.Iud 3T: | (OM lar attention can afford,and particu.
E. Geddings .M. D.-Demonstrator of oerry and the Silk Worm-On .-4"1' north of Range No. 2, west, o ing thereof must be had to the butcher.
Canals : *anouaSportin0" CTT hich it stand Fractional No. T as a rigid inspection of it
.inatomy, .- -Interesting- < ., being half of Lot township north of always be made. will
J. E. Holbrook _. _vciianeous itCins number 190 and, containing forty feet i ,Range No.2, west, en.C'tj::
'"'C, ..uecdotcs.INO. front on said Romana Street by one hundred Fractional townships No. 2 ,.and'3a:': Persons offering to-contract, will make
31-St. the Dean of .7' '1ltlt'. 6.-A very ,able and interesting and seventy feet in depth. north of R:1nge"No 3, weat, g..; tkc'ir proposals in writing, sealed and directed -
ri 01 e ; Report to the Union Agricultural 'S cie.' }'or terms &c Apply td ." Fractional-townships No. 2 and 3.. -TS to me at this place stating the
ty TI on the culture of the Olive_ and-_____ the n__ Ma. Moreno V da.. Rwzig. _north of Range No. 4, west, f rate per pound,in a single bid for which
1 Vine in the Southern States-Proceedings ---. Fractional No.2 they will furnish, and
TO LET 1826-27.t'r.- township norJu: of they shall be in
Pensacola, 7th
of Agricultural of Albe-! formed of the
Society >> Range No.:5,west, acceptance of their
Jvt .'iIJRICK YARD well'fitted be, the had en- marle-On Docking Horses-On pre. r Fractional township N .3,north of oyment of which may venting Dogs troa killing SheepQnthe Register & Reed Vet's Notice Range No. 5, west, ;) application to, me at Cantonmentjfrooke
I \ **-- is situated on the I --bay, *
It PotatoOn the the
r culture of the Vine Fractional on day above ,
immediate r Petmc0ia, al the plan. and the Manufacture mHE Register and Receiver of the townships VTO. 2 arid 3, .
ILL five mileS ...Tn. iUtion structure and of of wine-On the _I. Land Office it Tallahassee, in orm north of Range r: anciently ca1tf'u. power Locomotive those who are interested that Including the Country the And.I181t.
the>f5ce adjacent' Com.
Steam of Subsistence
La .PUllta'Gabart; ,. .Engines. an engraving of one is fo town of Quin",c NOTE-No ,
.1. ..... now open ? the reception and
...... adjust proposal will be
"us .lttacbed..A .I..I.I. ... received
..... }! Also
conditions ot S -- ment cfciaims ; tOY sIupsNo. 3 after the 31st of
Tor furl her details and the -e--- arising under the act of 4 and 5, north October, 1826. '
the lease apply to the owner, on the spot I ,Dluftit-- 4\lult"CU. the Cotton. tra.ue.ot'... 'liug-: Congress>>t appioved the 22 day of April I of Hange 9, 10, 11 12, 13 and.14 west, 18-18t.
or at his usual residence in Pensacola, he iauu. ItCo.' Every person wishing to avail'1 including the Chipola country, and part ___ -
being daily at both places.Carlos. No. 7.-An essay on the practice of himself the benefit of this 'act, mustmake of the'Holmes'' Creek settlement. "'
-Lavalle ploughing from and to plants und its in known hif claim;. by dGnV..:.!";_" a Also, fractional sections No. 2, 3, 7, 8, DI1'\UTMENT. OF STAn;' l

_ 1826-30tf. Juriuu etf Ct. The expanding 'force notice in Writing the Register,in whichhe 1O.tl,14,15,17,18,21,22; 23, 27, 28, July,14, 1 82g..5
..Pensacola,20th September of 'fermentation. The riiarkeH fertility .must particularly designate qiisr- 9,30; and 31; fractional' townships! No. !O obviate the risk and delay inciden
NOTICE.Vm.R. arising from ploughing in Buckwheat,or ter section or .fractional quarter section 2, north of Range 4, east t' and fractional I to the return of the Ba"A Notes
t turning up a Clover lay from Wheat winch he claims. ;A quarter section i is sections No. 23, 24, 25 26, 35 and 36, in from this department, not receive at
% .-Stone ) crop. The depth of ploughing shouldbe understood to consist of.ope fourth part.of fractional township No. 3, north of Range the Treasury of the Unitea States, in
'U. In Attachment.I m proportion to the animal and vegetable an entire section,.and--not of two eigtht 4 east, all of which fractional sections are ment for Patent Rights, all persons. desi pay.
Effcrd Jones. ) matter contained in -the soil- parts different sections;. or two halvesof bounded by the Lake Mickasukie. i rous of taking out Patents are requested
N this case, suit has been commencedand Banking with Spade, together witha different quarter sections. One dol The sale to commence with the lowest:I to transmit with their,appli tion such
attachment levied on 70 head thing or two on the subject of Wooden. number of section, and ,
an lar and lwenlyfive-cents per acre will be township Range, or grafts as they may know, or be
of stock cattle,at Jonathan Deal-man's, as I aoled Shoes, Reclaimed Marshes, &c. required from each'claimant, at the time and to proceed in the order designated in advised, will be available at the
the property of the said defendant.A. by G. \Y. P. Custi&-.Ou the improvement of making his entry. No more than one this Proclamation.The July 15.-24-lOt. Treasure

< Gordon, of Sheep and.otiier domestic ani. quarter section can be entered by anyone r lands reserved by law for the uie CPub1ishers of the laws of the United
Plaintiff Attorney.Pensacola mals-.H meJ)' lor Hoven Sheep and cattle individual. "'he50ns and overseersof of schools, or for other purposes, and the States will insert this notice in their
ICib 1826-29-6t. -.On the management of Milk Cows settlers who have not made improvements fractional sections bounded by the Georgia pers ten times. pa.
I Sept. and rearing Cah'es-The Cherokee, or separate, distinct independentof line, will be excluded from sale. _
." Nondescript lLOC, in Maryland-An account those made by their fathers or employers Given under my hind at the City of 1
f FOR SALE or the Overflowing Well in the gar' will not be entitled, to.pre-emptiona. Washington, this 20th day of May, A.fl. Notice.

A den of the Agricultural Society at Chis- All claims must be supported by the testimony 1826. A' PPLICATION has been made to the

1:1\)C S"E &, L\T.1 wick, with description of the manner of of one or more credible and dis : John Q. Adams. -\ Bank of the United States for the ,
: executing the work-Fisheries, interested witnesses, whose evidence. By the President, I i renewal of the following described notes'vizi
\TF.D on Government Street in Each number of the Farmer gives the must be given in! person, before the Ke: : Graham I ,-
.,. SITU City of Penacola-the Lot i is most exact state of the market with respect gister and Receiver, ur taken in the form George I).No. 16, payable to BenjamIn
& known in the plan of the City us number to all the ctof/'ariicJes that Farmers of a deposition before a justice of the Commissioner of the I Morgan, at the Office. ef Discount
i 282 and contains 80 feet 11 front by IfOJILSQ luve to sell or buy, supported by reference 'peace.and duly certified. To entitle the 17-30t. ,aeneralLand Office.Woodworth's I and Deposit,N. Orleans,dated Phi .

J < deep. to particular Kales. claimant to the right of pre.emptiouthfollowing ladelphia 5th April. 1819, .
I fOR LEASE A few sets of the.previous volumes are facts must be established. 1st, Melodies. F. No. 1619,payable to Chas. S.

for ten years,the TWO on lw.ud35.. that be or he was the head of a family, West, at do. date 1st May, 1825
:. .:, STOR HOUSE! Persons wishing subscribe may in. of twenty-one years of age or upwards, H. No. 34, payable to Joseph
: g! !:, t.& KITCHEN, built by : close a 5 rote, directed to the Editor, on the 1st(lay January, 1825.-2d,that And will tfiortly be Published, Saul, at do. date 10th May 1818, 1QQ(
,\ .. the .late 001.V m. and ,at his risk, by the mail or pay it 'to he or she dd on or before the 1st day of SUBSCRIPTION E. No. 4716,payable to Clias.S. -
situated a half mile North };ant of W. hULL HUMT, Post Master, Pensacola January 1825, actually inhabit and cultt- West at do. date 2d May 1825
King s&
the City of Peiisacola together with the May 28, 1826. vale the 'Quarter kection of land which he LwoJEELEcMN'rvoLuME, l8ma \v. 9749, same, date 4tfc Oct. .
j..otof or she may claim -3d. that the said Melodic9, Songat and Ballads, amatory '- 1824,
1 9
\ @m A \\ \1BE & LO' claimant has not removed from this Territory pastoral, sentimental)' :I A. No. 2542 payable to J- Coney I

f) FOR SALE. When the applicant claims, as the patriotic and religious. at Philadelphia Jan. 1817, 20
stands as much of 111 e rent 1.gal representative of some previous A. No. 1514 payable' to P.
which it ; property being situated theMai"Streetofthe Sern
HIS on
on SAMVCii WOOOWOBTS Author the
to finishing the house T settler,this additional fact must be proven, By at Philadelphia,lst.Jan. 1817
appropriated City of Pensaco. : 20
to of Freedom
For term and The office will be'clos d on the isi I. hampions Magnanimity,
*:ay be necessary. la. will be soU on reasonable and accommodating New Haven
as ol Col. JOHH Monday in January nest, after which no esiguation, Quarter-day, ,
further information enquire. terms, claim will be received.R. Widow's Son, Forest Rose &c. &c. &c. I 8400
I 1J LA.BA, p ni&cola.l' 1826-27tP house is large TWO STO. K. Gall. This volume, which comprises, ntarly
nsacoia. 29th August, HIGH, in good order.wcll aU c the author's ,yrfceffusions, (except The above mentioned notes were en.
i I JmThe both in front and rear i &. W. Ward. oe onono/pieces,) will include the whole closed in a letter of instructions, deliver.ed .

1.telink large trees,and pleasantly i. FORM. ofhis toCapt. Andrew Boyd, of the Schooner
wu.jued. The Lot is eighty feet in front Caravan, of New-York, which vessel
Sacti1 Me\o\lieB\
IK S ){ ALL BOTTLES, and one hundred and sixty: in depth, and Mr. G. W. Ward Register of the Land went to sea from this port, on the 17th

For sale at the PensacolaBookstore. !has, besides the dwelling-house and Office at Tallahassee is hereby and be embellished with oue or more elegant '. day of Sept. 1825, bound to Jioe&dM
kitchen, a large stable with other out that I claim the right of pre-emption I in Copper-Plate Engravings. land, for a Cargo of 8Lrt, aad not navin:
S houses, and a fine spring of pure water. the-, quarter of section No.- Term- One dollar, in boarda. since been heard of it is supposed peris! .
... the title is indisputable. Township No.;---- Range No.- in I New York,July 4th 1825. ed at sea. '

)jKiiXIFBS1'2cFor Mary Le Brfron.Pensacola the Western" Und. District of Florida. CO"::: Subscription, received at tl& offlcc I 1I Stone & Nisbet.
A B.
sale at this Office. ,20th Sept. l &- -8tJ PCnsl: Y', lb :4l: zeJs-.tO-w6m.:

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