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 20, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
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notis - AKP3155
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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:r Red coats !-" nne"ahd 2Wtou'r','" \ i Jr "_. f.1t&itttPttri a ffls ; .,r. ..:.. -....-.
ut, rred coats !' tegad; 'fl 'at's, the niantfaclurtr hail ',aMt tultd pledges ? laavr her at an 3Vsembly 1
what \we want-charge bo/sl horn lor"ot(ltoJf, in the screw and -art had mimicked na

ge.. huzza for the red coats other,mafthWry of. the mill.,- tureto: adorn her, &ud:.her 'fluzeu ;
O Cecily ; me !" *. l ringlets,were, confined by a sligr t
\\Ube the clapping .spurs to their .A tSCELtJ1N chaplet of Provence roses Shu. ';,
% \\ ofT went the'six mad ... 1.. blushed rested :
: as on them
-:' young my eye ,
lathe :
'...t brig" I 1 t er c : huzzaing and,florishin their From' the nine/inter Ffl, Gazette. and we were mutually silent ; i:
JIrhrre >> : and" full tilt 'iy' (xrandfather's.Legucy.FLOWERS. .* theme
pLJ' ; charging at was a too to be
!nachildrcn a' British garrison town of : touched on amid revelry and .
t: uiid hundred men I do love powers They arethe hrarllessness.The: goal of An.. .c,

0terely! is : enemy supposing that this very poetry of nature ; we gela was as pure,as. the: blossoms >'
Wienie : ; only our advance, and Gen. read on their glowing leaves every in which she delighted;: I have ,
:Ad iflii ,thc with his whole force, sympathy of the: human heart. Been her weep over a faded flowrr .
The ? l presently be upon them, The natives of the sunny East and sigh upon the leaves of .a
JJ lovelier! with all speed to their redoubt! have been their interpreters, anda declining une. ..fhis'ViiS enthusiasm : -
nJ the there lay as snug as fleas in a more beautiful language never ; and yet, wo to the coldness
Are round skip. Hut all of them were owned translation How delightful l which would check the soft exuberanceoi -
quite so lucky, for several were the tales which the modest feeling There is some*
pstet, \\ ; : and cut down in the yiolet and the! tintless lilly tel! to thing holy in.llvj, love shed upOn '
Of the the ", among whom 'was a. ser- the, soul Where' is the heart' so these tinted children of nature, ax

When Ami the : \ nipjor, a stout greasy fe1fl HL ..flea.u'f as -not. to read- volumes l -"of thjeic little.\sjlenU-poxttaiiurcsv-o --' .. ,. ,
Dots":\:!;to -strnve hard ft)' waddre lfway --1 SJfrclrngln the dell of the Spring Heaven : We may scorn the tel*- .j '
'YYhrrc babe... his bacon, but Selim was too '> crocus, and on the more beautiful which weeps the loss of a gemmed .- ,
jlnjt.t.their for him, and McDonald, .' bosom of the summer rose ?_ bandeau or a diamond liars,
a bck handed stroke of his I never loved Angela until I saw for they are but the types of vanity, '
tJ'\ \ (', sent his frightened her gathering flowers, and smilingat but a fallen rose and a trod aM l
to join the majority. .. their beauty, as she shook the den violet are holy j in their o-
.A:7fJ'lllJ : ; ; thus cleared the streets, dewy moisture from their glistening rigin, pure in their existence,
}{ \' young troopers then called at leaves It was early in the sweet 'amid their, ruin. Does nQt
General houses of their friends, asked .. morning, ; and although the sun Heaven lend its sunbeam. and its
Ja bc the *ievs9 and drank'' their 'had not yet won all its warmth, leartogladden r and support- .themand '
fawn, i g with great unconcern. .it. at. least boasted or all! its brightness shall'1 man coldly, glect that {
to take British, after having for : and the flaxen tresses of which Heaven cherishes ? ., ,
four \ \ time vainly looked for Ma- Angela took a golden gleam, The woman faahion crowds fV.!
JET'S lines began to smell the trick, and while, as the soft breezes kissed her conaervatory'with exotics,:but ,,: wit
doing. area wrath sallied forth for them, they undulated like the is vanity, not feeling,whicb dictates ;
luty met nce. Our ad venturers then sparkling waves of a rivulet, when the act ; forwith, .* feelr '
bill wilted !! were fain to scamper off the bright luminary smiles upon i!!sis often exotic saber flowers t
side rt as they had made the others its W atea' but. when beauty twines them amid -
Jew does : ', but with much better suc ''Did not the sweetness of the her tresses, or reposes them
fered ; for though hundreds of muse .violet portray you'better," said I, upon her bosom, wP feel,-thai the
where he }: were fired after- l.hfnii they as 11 approached. "I would _compare eye has less,portion 7m- the 'Fart i
knew clear wiihoiii receiving a your beauty to that of Eng- rangcment than the heart ; and t
atiJ! as !' land's first best rose" which you never does the rose grow so beau. .. ,
nough to nothing;>> ever so much more .are now in the very act of gather g teoualy as when it reflects her ;
o'j! :, (; the British as did this mad ing" "I love a moss rose I 1" said blushes .-or' exale so odorous a !
es1! why That half a dozen d-d Angela, blushing at my earnestness porfume( at when it has been
coarse ?" rebels,*' they said, "should ; "there is witchery in the breathed upon by her sigfa. \
"Going dash in among us in open day simple guard which enshrouds its Can there be aughtmore: exqui
Ieil and fall to cutting and slash- beauties." "Your innocence," I sitely touching, than to see, in
"Well the king's troops at this rite. resumed pertinaciously, I com- France, the corpse of a young unmarrie ./,.
taptam 7' shy'r all to gallop off without the pare to the lilly--" "And my female. bestrewn with t
cially, if harm in hair or hide 'Ti& wildness doubtless," interrupted flowers, amongst which the azure /
much time to turn our bayonets in the laughing beauty"to the eglan periwinkle ranks pre-eminent ?
any ,and go to foddering tine ; for I have already traversed A few hours and all appear to t
&poll with cows." the valley, and watched the risingof have perished 'together-the maiden .}
a stout From the Wilmington Herald. the sky's demigod from vender r and the flowers : the blossoms
hap you 3se put a slop to your daugh hills." which had once adorned her tre,7 j*
liquor Dinah's tum"-tum-tummiug, In the enthusiasm of the moment ses, and the cheek that had glowed ;",
"With and aye, on that rickety the flowers fell from her with inward exultation at their -
answered I would' as liefdine on the hand, and in au instant I was at beauty, are one common, ruin /
the tune ofa whippoorwill, marry the her feet,, busied in re-arranging Again, in that landrof fancy, does \
passed it of mermaid, or take to lh'e.m, We were both kneeling the bride step forth from her *
also bed and board one of the sy oft' the earth : her wArm breath .chamber to mere the .chosen one >
ii, and that bewitched the crew of dried the ,moisture of the blossoms of her heart, and her simpleand /
twigged it a* dwell within earshot which I held, and twice her appropriate menti are flowers / .
it. In'the a thrummer, who teazes taper fingers touched me ere onr I -the bouquet on.ber. bosom, and '
round to tatters with her tiresome sweet task was ended. "I will l the chaplet Von her brow, >arc _
drum, of : If she does not ace retain this pale Jillyf!! said I, when .composed of the fleur d'orange;
ler was some accomplishments of we had outworn our occupation, they are a type to the,heart of then
And then, use than torturing Dufief, or "but, iu return, I will bestow o bridegroom, of,,the!sweetness and
brandy, Mozart, she may sing you this Provence rose ; receiveit ,innoctrnce:of her. 'whom ,he has
harked all her life time. At any with a, smile, !for it is love'sCLW.II ,made his own. ,. .'
all bt-jjan she shan't take a part with owcr." "Away it is not Spanish Ladies. :
field of in the matrimonial duet and forme then," said Angela ; and The: ss'of the Spanish lady
part, rus of little ones, which ladies throwing towards me a branch of is remarkably elegant, and :geticr }
reined in so delighted with. Pray Mr. myrtle which :she, had worn in he rally adorns: :a: perfect shape /
claymore, what shall we do when bosom, "take the evergreen" she Black is the universal color, and
prance ? world gets so heaping full of cried, sportively ; "love's "flowerssoon the robe is most tastefull1"workscd
he empty ladies ,and academical ml&s- fade, those of friendship endure and 'vandyked. 'A mantilld
off:u- not a woman nor a girl is forever." And ere 1 ,could or veil' of black' silk ?6r'-lace
andanon hadfor love or moneyto darn reply, she had bounded from m y sometimes of while lace, 'audii
ooysl dam J 5s or to do housework. side, and 1 watched her light ..frgureoia > '"thrown 'over 'the head,: and;
the J\e& Orleans .Mercantile .ii::r- it swiftly and gracefully leaving the face uncovered: fall
all the "& tier1U.llllt. 58. disappeared amid the. mazes of gracefully over the head' ; and
ts- and have often.heard of the cute- then ,$hrubbel--Strangc, that shoulders,'and is confined ''at' thewai3tjbylhe r
\Vhrr.e of the :Eastern folks, and 0.0\v though I bad always deemed her arm1 of the' wearer;
turn have to mention anoth beautiful I bad neer, ,loved '
It to ch her They are both e: pensiye and par. '*
*'' Why.. instance' of' Yankee ingenuity. till then fIn ticular jh dressing their feet with
off," in Charlres, street' the morning 'we met-more s neatness, and their-little shoes' fir
41 Well ,'si auction, sqme lime flowers ;, the little Provence rosehad i closely. The large black'eye; the
tare boys ; ; a number of coffee ,mills,, ,not i.been. spurned she had dark expressive ';glance,. the soft ,
for.l'Il be, he afterwards' resold, save returned seek: ,it, and it had I blood-tinged lie 'of the glowing ,
yourselves : Having some idle' hours reps! ccd the myrtle* What exchange complexion mike the- unwilling
he was' led to examine vowscrer-the .
quick for of bread i Englishman-confess the 'majesty
rid! coats.> % I 'the or.Iy.coflee mill in hU such, delicacy of passion and such -of Spanish' beoutyi -tangy; 'die- feels j!

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g uity love, and with th'a she- JL A Flordiantis] : but '
: '-;.'.'{ \ n a"A";" '"n more'trailrr (ed- that ihry-t' ust: ,:-pt1ec imf,' 1 ould mitigate the "' 'misfortunjs; ; 'r perIm}? enough, to coa1d give_s'okeea: ,...
'J') ins, of interests\,i i', '. grilling ear nous thich, gave you pain.. "Is 'there .arfullexamtnatctrct. Our ohiceu th.l
.. dispute, in vaifirt'Be conTmanufngsupe and at another, startle at the my pleasure* to- be compared with ragraph u to give notice to th"

e .;,. ..- rinrity" of t' e.4a eyed und eat, txprel.iori"or'f ling, -' : union' of hearts 'like'this !' She .Ihat-AFloridjan-js some wf the! : grudatnirAubli:.

'I. .: line. formed damsels.From dueton the, sighs and tears o ;if tbe'a\ t"t ',companion of your as /facts, although statements he expose:. "'hi b'heatt. t1r\:

the ,Jlotton Galar.f.I .sponding.lovers.. But true :youth ; and. ,the. pleasant grate of Its which have prevailed in .*:d! &L:'
I' : crumbs.pf advice fur the la- tion should not' be : your 0ge 2 the cession of this Territory to the' si Itet

1 dies. such artificial rules : Two k'red souls alone must meet If the Editors of.1he Chamr'vor ion u.S.

:I AT ISTUfcl.. .IZZAK9. ..JLave is a bird of summer skies; --l'iJ ve that,makes, the bondage sweet. number us with containing an exchange arid send nstbc.b.
From cold and from ,winter he From the,ra-'England Galaxy the :"mznq p1e3u0 -
.A/bumI have no opinion :of parts :_ DUdl 71lf'-"oO much cannot. be alhidcd which) 'of vc will point,Out tb -

" Albums. They are -the pounds 'He'basks in the beamof good aid against the, disgraceful 'practice we observed.in them errors
i. .. -ivhere'fugitive thought, stray senitiments eyes, of -- .--
duelling. Laws have been We
and of ,. that And delights in -the warmth of were called on the otheM: '
, hearts passed agaitisi'tbe practice by several a subscription paperto lands fas' S
; x .. : are found gunning at large, are in- But .where he: has once .found' chill States, and efforts, have been relief! of a'man,who was laying inoUbe
"t : (:t05t"d. The t original.poeiic I: t-ffu- rain, made abolish. the evil ; but as building formerly used AS a'Ca1,,"
r-- t sons'rnditrd' in them, are horribly lie seldom return ta that bower yet without success. The following a forihe low stage of sickness and was-a wlPeiae lla

\ .. flat, and the selections:in miserable Mcrriage.-Evrry woman, however from want of necessary
plan, (copied Having heard the Mayor of these nCe.
'. taste, or thread hare.-They, has not made .a vow of the Missionary, published .at that he hud taken possession of they 1.alluded .
, Abound :in'the most palpable flattery should begin e.arl-40 prepare Mount Zion Hancock county, to, we were astonishci lnj
, ''. .. und extravayantprofessions herself for the duties of a Georgia seems well calculated pauper in charge of the iv? :that, !
; ,), should ratto
.* ure'Jitc1ed'hQo"-s" which! ladies fish haps( be attended to ,with be -
producing the desired effect. It solicit contributions for his riS !f i>
+ *'With.for compliments, wallets tage, more than it is at proposes that an association be have'therefore enquired into 'th f.'J J "

\vhich they :bold.out .for crusts of and even to the neglect of formed, to be called, the Society and find that the fact is-the p i ?.tr
praise A'req.ueltto.write in an the more fashionable! Jar the of *' was fumisked with meat and :;? **,
der of the Stended .bJ
Mayor, that
I Album U a species of beRging men:s. There is an excellent "Let there be a National Society him and that a blanket a of

thatadmits of nod nial. Books tract among the Haarlean !\ for this 'purpose, formed' and provHUd, but having that: horrid was

of this description ought to be lany, entitled .Duties of iY r I located ;Washington City. In for person in his situation, the dyst11tt.d';

deposited, -charity boxes are, which recommend to the :: it l let there be a record kept, styled ryhe, ufrerea for the unt-.Enanu

at public.l'l.tGes..to[ : that those only females. I extract only one the Roll of Infamy, in which is to injf care.and Death he was put buried a period to hrs saflir,
:who' have the disposition might -for which alone,the work is on the dapttr
i be entered the name of every individual that on which: contributions
contribute. ,thy of all commendation A solicited for his wcre fin t
f who shall, after the organ- relief.
.1Jlu.8tockingl!m.-There is not wife should be like a ization of the society, be directlyor Does not the above call forth the ,
} 'a mart ridiculous object ill' nature stone, cleat in heart in htr, indirectly engaged in a duel. that pathies some of ihs community.and dew

T than female pedant.--Wnh band's health, and cloudy Let this roll be published at least prevent the measure.recurrence should of*be adopted?

'a smattering of :French, 'a little sickness. And like a tortoise once u year, and while.Congress is not only disgraceful tu our eircumstarc.City bob

Greek and Latin, and the table! ways bearing her house upon sitting, in all" the newspapers of which endangers the health ofererr'ih i ,
of' of the :Edinburgh baLk" habitant 1 Are not the:'funds of
contents 'Quarterly, the Union, if practicable.-Let the CM
and North American-Re: From the American ; there be subordinate societies in tion to sick! provide the care and'alter*

views, she comes out into the 'On Ma rriage.-Among every county of each State, having ptirpwes of cleanliness paupers necessary and fa the:
Svodd as deep read, versed .in the marks of modem profligacy similar rolls. Of those subordinate ineaiw be dewed to prevent&hmr.aa:10m b-:

.ancient classics, 'a prodigy of be enumerated the societies, let every voter: op- inn from,walloaiiijpn lis.wn filth,ua (
'Like the that with which men enter the produce of it are literally
learning. parrot young posed to duelling become a mem eta.'m.'
over him i if
.is taught to -f prate, she repeats marriage' 'Slate. The a .On entering his name let preventing it,there it is time is no the other fears means elf
.vhaibe has learned over and o- of many are ui vain solicited him engage.never to vote for any compassion of the citizens were and the

." 'vcr, again and again. A learned other charms than thuse of person thus registered, for any upon to raise a fund specially for called this

'woman like 'the learned gnat,' The times .seem to-be past, office of trust, honor or emolument purpose. We believe. however, that i!

is a contradiction ,of terns. :Iiiever .in the prime of life, virtuous never lo eo\ploy him as a .pio- .is that the duty of the Mayor to seeUotofy
think of Madam de Stael 1 led young men to select a fessional pauper are provided wtntacul
ass't agent or a bread, but that.when, in a sttuatfej# whici!
as a woman. panion fur 'tne amiable tradesman have their
-never to any mercantile .prevents beneliliriif) BfffiejT)
J1eauty.-'Beauty is, indeed, an of her mind and person- or other dealings with him, mon. necessaries of life, they be provided com.

jnesiimableipearl ; but Solomon,, dent}). of all! pecuniary \ Inert .it c.n.be. avoided; in Sue, with atteiulance sufficient to keep they
ewho 'knew 'women so well, hath .ations. -The loveliest! of \ shun him ..cieanl?. We doubt; not but his bona
you.wouM other -
ward, "as a j jewel of geld in a swine'a may now pine-in hopeless notoriously infamous person, Would appropriate always find the the City Council reidi

mouth. o is a lair woman which is cy ; for, if they cannot as an assassin, a thief or aliarexcept .purpose proper neccs.uryfundsfo"U tax on g-J.mblrngWllul t

t I .witiiout discretion.. ''Sumctl g husband, .as ,thty-would so far as not to .with ;eith< r rid our city of that vice ornuore
\ tnore is rvecesbary than mere .beau a dress, with the contents of ,from him the .as istance tllLn.suppQt't Mil the paupers. We a r,
/ 'ty. tl would .U3..sooneat of the i .purse, they may -live and which humanity might demand, poor and not nUle to pay more than wii.

..fruit which grows on the shores of.ihe'.Dead without one In vain, has. and tbose efforts to ,convert him ''solutely shore necessary every.thing'and: but health oarfclbv is tob.prizes :
Sea which is them the,vrmiil
t grateful .given cheek, 'Christianity would dictate. citizens' 'would undoubtedly subipit will
=:''the. sight but rotten rot its ,l-.eari, as the eye of sensibility, if it be the bounden duty or eYe cheerfulness to, the taxes necessary h

is external excel- gifts. Young men gaze at of all within his.knowledge and prevent..the danger:of engendering
.jiideed like persons disease ;for, if such occurrence ajtlis
4 lence. 'If nature.has nolgiven you children .at. the
who shall be
: engaged preceding are permi ed.it is"'truly tstbn.4shing : .
a perfect! form, and a face free from cock, and turn away without in lending, carrying or receiving. that: .i'eimcoliis: not vIsited bll the

every defect,tlo not attempt to supply -sentiment, orat'least without achalienge-and iJ.tbey fight, let most malignant disorders s,incident to tha
a deficiency remedy these: wish to possess the beauty the society use every lawful meth .amosphere of fitujr plxcea tu ;pct -ch-
:defects. by artificial jneans. There: they admire, on honourable them mate .
to .bring to punishment.
are ,spots on the face of the SUB,, ditions. "J t is indeed We u.derstLnd.thllt the.man spoken of
= above was a dischLr.gellailor. It K isbave
and there are blemishes in tit e: that yoang. men too often .- u\\\tft
; $ sure Ot1rtct'.l1Qt been a
,'couruenuncu of the matt beautiful 1 ,dcr marriage as an evil in ; _g _@__& a to the'citylPaddy
\fom-a-n.; only to be incurred.when the u ,*
FU1DAY, OCTOBKH 20, 1826.
Brett.Taste is as requisite. in i cuniary advantages :' Scatt.-The New-OrIean3.Coo'
dress, as in adjusting light and 1 afford .a cornpensation.b'ur. Yeri! sansfleur tier of Oct..7,-gays a We have the t'p1ea.

shade in pain'.ini;. There is much i -sake of the good, it -seems, r cure of informing our brother Editor cf
Having been disappointed in the reception Mobile that ,1PfY SC01T, the U.S.
art in knowing the cviour that .agrees sometimes condescend to
of be mentioned in his
Printing paper, we are obliged prisoner, WHom pI.
best with your complexion, the evil: a most insulting i issue:: our Gazette for the present ouFolio .per of the 26th ult. as having escaped
and not a little:tact in arranging aid no less unreasonable and Post which, though smaller: costs fromail was arrested yesterday in:thus
.dress ;With neatatss and il1 :ct. true than contumelious; for more than double the price of that city, and is now in safe custody;" audoa
'' The which we usually, print. Our cones.pon the margin is written "bmilie the other
the is favorable
Athenians .
regulations riage to
among every ent in New Orleans,writes, .there U. S. prisuner ..a\ taken lost nig't.
were sufficient ly rigid on"th'abject. that can contribute to the
is not a ream of UoyaLor Medium paperin Sunday morning 8th Ocu'! '
'(.A thousand ,drachms and happiness of the the City."-We assure .oar patrons ---._
., were ,levied 'for the sin of an headdress 1 while it is.most essentially that ve had made arrangements, which List of officers on board the U. &

ill arranged; a robe that was terest of society.; is there thought woubt.have.arcuredusaru< P Transport Sloop. Ann Maria, employe
ply of pnper.heforc this time, and that t in the Western section of tieFlorida
pot.strictly commc fait, incurred 1-friendship among mortals inclination well surveying
r s our as as our interest:: Canal
a similar penalty the name of thoffender e rable to that between iLieut.
\ ; man to resume our usual sized sheet a* soon .-William H. Swift, Comnuafa
was- inscribed' on .a table; .wife ? .For, the Jove,of yvu,- possible, and we trust we snail be able Lieu William Gwynn
exposed public vi ....
Ab an exposure -wasequivglrnt to..a derness of parent-s, -brothers mtf Lieut. J.. K- Smith.
complete l loss.of" character in dress, misters ; on.you alone she Election Jte rn*.-Weunderstand We understand that these genthaiea
that the following gentlemen are elect d have completed the survey of the mouth
that should. be observed.. .'1, knonot tie happiness ; withyou-she-wiah uotf
t' members ol'the next Legislative Coun of the different harbors, and are
t which is.the most ridiculous s, Jive and die. cit. bound to the mouth of the Suwseeriver
A: the miss in her.teens.assuming the Are you rich ? 'You will Third Uufrfe/. -WUon a.mVasblng ., for the purpose of surveying the
garb of age, or the matron dressing one who will endeavor to ton.Countiesltoarur Me .K XKdY Esq: route over land.
with the! gaiety of seventeen. and fa.Dittrict.-r-V&n ofJacksoa County .wo**; ** wft .. -
f. preserve-your-properly.
: Col.UEXUT D. S'roae.S'izthDlstrict.Gadsden. From the Jfurald.
East Florida
,jLov .-Young ladies are too apt: you in narrow circ .
1 J : County, Tao Florida Caao/ We are sanguine'mthe
to imagine tha they mustfollovv You have onetwho-will assist 4
; < SPKIOHT. Esq.!: hope, that the Engineer, engaged
the rules of courtship as they find i in thepursuit of gain. If Seventh Diiriet.-Leon County Wit- in Miis important work, will be enabled!

: them exemplified in the Waver!j, joy prosperity she will gYTjrr.lsq: ., to report at an early day, to: 'congre '

and. ,other ,fashionable novels ; that t ;your happiness ; if-you- are in '. at its next session. :The young genU*
'f ihey- must first treat !their adm1Crs i versity, she will console you ; We have accidentally had a glanceata. raen, ,attached to the survey we understand
.file of in their earn
"Corarp'a Champion" persevering
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..with disdain, then suffer themsclrcs will sit aide ) paper are.very
: by she
your recently established in NewOfork, i lions to overcome, ,every obstacle! '*
to be gradually approached[ wait upon you slits the which'we- observed, two-numbers signed When Gen. Bernard'stall: arrlretaiG't etA....

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such an exanuna-- eeivcd information which be relied : :, '
ailoF-il.Jor PerrailU,' may Shdl Lime Wanted NOTICE. '..
of the'various route"! will toke plea on, tht the sectional surveyors have been r .; ,, ,' ;
1'i ;'to satisfy all partis of the feasibility stopped by the detachment.,of,Indians .CONTRACT will be entered into, \Vm. U.'Stone S : .
: i tleobjectofaSUIPCANAL Noth1 'sent out for that purpose by the Council as soon as acceptable proposal r,.. *' F In Attachment-. <. ,
ofthi* will wtisfy the anxious and that several of. them have returned. shall be made,for. ng'7OOObusheb EfFcrd Jones. .jT 0 t. '
!i Jes'orthe short American people. The pthers,are on their way. of Shell Lime of the best quality'' It is se, suit has been commenced ;e
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Knowingthe great National importance The Governor will nohave business to be delivered at the Navy Yard, as required attachment levied on'701tea'tof

such a Canal, we are much suppriscdi fcr his Hiccock Troops. It is said he hxs where will be subject to the usual stock cattle,at Jonathan Dearman's, as
1es" from our correspondence on already iuuerlol'tler.* to several companies inspection, and for which paymentwill the property ofthc said defendant. ', ,
subject that during the I last sessionfCcnKtew of horse to march forthwith Thui be made as it is' inspected and deliv '

tls letters were written from commences the first ered. v 0 .A. Gordon, 'r,' _
retard the Act.Georgia Patriot. .Samuel R. Ovcrton ,
yorida} calculated to progress t Plalntlfe AttorneyPensacoU
public sentiment, and persons who The Troupers on the eve of the election ? .4a' JVbvy. fgcnt.Navr Sept 10th'1826.29-6t.
Tee m 'rashin ton last winter also en- got up u report that the Alabama : AoixrVOrrics, t : ? s.
wvoreil to do much to discourage the Commissioners hid'consented to the line Pensacola, l9thOct1826.. -5 -- :} : '
hone* of its:\d advocateh'aw running from Nickajack to Miller's Mend- List (rflifctteus,
there is no doubt but much of And the report has been copied into the United Slates of :America
in the Post Office at Pen-
future hopes depend upon the com- papers of other States. But such is not REMAINING
I nletion oRr of this work ; and .it is singular the fact. The Alabama Commissionershave District of West Florida ss. the 30th .September,
f indeed Florida should have internal ene. returned home, amI Troui1'a men, a libel hath been filed 1826 which if not takenout within three
; miesAhu attempt to form a breast work were when last heard frem, running a WHEREAS, Court of the United months, will be" forwarded to the Gene. L:
! the mighty torrent National line to suit themselves.-Idem. States, for West Florida, on the 17th day ral Post Office as Dead Letters.
; to oppose Can there exist a doubt, that Hanging for perjury -We lee.it statedin of October 1826, by Capt Wilkinson, B. -W. L. BrowningLawrence Bar- x t
I object is a practicable one ? If not, the pjpersthata certain John Brewer commander of the United States' Ship sayline 2, R.L. Drowning, F. G.Beatty,
the what must the people of this Territory was convicted of the crime)f perjury at the John Adams,Against some Log-wood, John J. Barry, H.' )J. Brackcnridge 4, t
then .
think of those who attempted to op. the last term of the St. Louis (Mo.) Cir- supposed to be ten tons, being ,a part of Francis W. Brady 2, D. Brandy, Wm. J. o'
note it. The principal question to beJellied cuit Court, and sentenced to hung be on the cargo of the sloop .* Caroline", and Barrett, Sarah P. Bceler William Bontz. :, 'Q
is, where will a stiUiciency of water the 28th September. her tackle and apparel, stating that 'the Mariane Bonifay, Antoine Balderas,
be found to feed the Canal ; and The civil authorities of New-Orleans said sloop was descried at ,sea, by the Bouquie, Gabriel Bertrand, Francisco Bo-
vbcnthat is derermwed, there the Canal have removed from the office of Inter said commander of the John Adams, ia nal, Heirs of Raphael Dedu.C.John.Cromwell "
must be located. It is as! certain as that preter, on an appli cation by the ,Attorney -. J latitude 20,203' north, and longitude 81, James S.Coby,2! ,.
exist! that it will l be located in some General Zephir R. Canonge, the west-she was without Master or Crew, Daniel Culquhoun 2, J. N. Coxe, Augustus
We admit local who lately killed Preval in board. Two, Cantield, Jeremiah Clark. ei
part of the Territory our person young nor was any person found on .
but must duel. It is said that an for small D. -Isaac Chauncey _Days, Thomas '
I predilection*, they give wny indictment slips of paper, constituted the only
fa considerations of much more Imp I'- murder has also been found against this document which was discovered in the Dillard,Jacob Drummond?, Sergtlonica -
Joseph Olivier Deverm, Joseph De* a
t&ncc. individual.The sloop, giving simply an account of her
Since the Guatemalan Government New-York papers announce the name, and William Ritchie Master, with wets, Lewis Darden.
L&i grand a charter to ail Anlt rican death of\VILLJ.1X.l1Lr D, one of the the Custom House certificate of her have }:.Anionio Escovar. ;,
company, consisting of Aaron II. Palmer, oldest and most distinguished'merchantsof d b 'tleared for different places, during J'-Alex. O. Fowler, Saml. Fry. .
Mid his associates, of New-YdrY, there is that cty.and for a long time Presidentof last: July and Ailgust The cargo,tackle, G.-William Green 5, :James M. Green :
before That its Chamber of Commerce. 3, Jacob CJ'iikill, Jas. 11 G.dct2, Adeline '
till a brighter prospect us. and apparel were conveyed to this City
Hazard Green P. C. Green &. Co.. 'a.
Gnmy, ,
Canal completed, it will curry us immediately for adjudication, and are now in custodyof
Into the great Pacific, and throw ar::: To l'ortl.premium of Ten the law. ll.-John N. liambleton .11, Robert l

open to our enterprising people the Dollars, will be given, by the Editor'of In obedience to the above libel, and Handy William. F. lODe 2, George W. -
commerce of the oceans south of us, and the Pensacola Gazette for the best poe the order and monition of the Court thereon Hollins. -
jufce us at once the carriers of the whole tical address for the Carrier of this paper under the hand and seal thereof tome I.-Benj. Inglesby., James P. Innerari- ,

commerce of the Southern Seas. for the approaching New Year which directed and delivered, ty 2. ,
The Guatemalan Canal will not exceed shall be presented on or before the fifteenth I do Give Notice J.-Benj. James, Robert'Jordan 2. .
17 miles in extent, with a lockage of 200 day of December, 1826. Hereby K.-Alfred E. Kennedy' Z. Kingsley, 3''
feet. U is to be completed In IB months, 'to all and singular every person, or persons John W. King '
of 6000 interested in the said cargo, tackle L.-AUenLightfoot, Samuel Lutrr.G. -,
vith the assistance inert MAUUIED. In 'his City, on Sunday e-
and apparel, that they appear before the Loomis, II..(;. Logue. .
There is to bang our hopes upon vening last the 15th. October, by the .
ret may the glimmering prospect assist Rev. 11r. Macnhaut of the Catholic Court aforesaid, at the Court House in M.-James >Iaples 2,Charles C?. Mac) ,
! ; Pensacola, at the next term thereof then 2 John Matheny 2 Albert S. Miller Anierica ,
to keep our hearts whole, until they shall Church, Mr JOSKPU D. DAVEXFOUT to ,
realised. There are too many Miss M1rtnAAET.M.l'T'c&tnsa. :and there to interpose their claim for the'8lme Mallery, Emeli Moubr n. John 1).
be finally:
, cap'.talists; interested, to suffer the 1 erri- and make their allegations in liut McCarty, Walter A. JlcConchie, S. '

to remain a desolation. The strug- behalf. Meadwayjolin.McCalI, Charles MifHin, .
pleat tory present between hope, fear and Wm. Sebjree George Miller, Fmdley McCa&kill,1 o-

jjfccsw'rv, but it must rise to importance SRI"P iI: Marshal W 1'.. bert Mulligan, John McGee_ Samuel
and wealth. May a good deliverance befjer.t Pensacola, Oct. 0th.2 826343t. Wefcer.N ,
to encourage the timid and alleviatethe ., ,- lidswpman.$6L I.r 6, \Yilt.. .Ni.col -
The first successful lmV) o'eu I
nccessii ous. sugar ..
i'mnteii-"iU.be! a great man with us. a-- "'. : ; l\\ s\\\\S a\e. '.--CharJel H. Poor3/George Pendle--. '

ty&ttington September 81 is with : t ot: 1 l\Saeo\\ virtue of an order or decree of the ton, Francis:Joseph Pest tore; B. Prin, ,f i

feelings otsincere regret that we an- .... IN Hon H. M. Brackenridife judge of William Pinkney 2. o
r.ounce the death of Captain UOBCRT ARRIVED.Oct. the United States District Court of the Q.-Des t1 rio Quin.i.U. I :
Tuiitt SFESCE, ol the U. States Navy. 13.-U. S. Transport Sloop Ann District of West Florida, and agreeablyto .-I Umilton E.V. Uobinsoa 3,Robert ) .
This distinguished Oificer, who has contributed Maria, Gardner, 19 days from Apptl chi- a monition i issued by the Clerk of.said Ritchie, Daniel le !toy and Co. 2, Peter :i .
so much to the high character cola, via St. Joseph's and St. Andrew's Court, a-id to me directed, I shall expose Kodrague, William U. Roberts, George f: :
which our Navy leas obtained, &.licdlt his Bays. to sale, and will sell, to the highest bid Reilly, Mentor llogcrsNalbanliammy .'.
eat near Baltimore, -Tuesday mornjng 15.-Schr: Hope, Reilly, New-Orleans, der for cash on Monday :30th Slav of October Louise Kecio.S. ,
:t 6 o'clock.t is said that Cap- bound to St. Marks. inst. .t the Court House in the Cityof .-:-William Smith 3T:;: bos. Stansley SJ,
uin SP&ice had recently been appointed ENTERED Pensacola, about Ten Tons of Log PhillipSundforil, Elm Slock dale",,Sa-
to the command of our squadron in October 15Schr: May Flower, Bur- wood, being a patt of the Cargo of the bele Sentenne, Francis Stone, Enerante ,
the West Indies.--JWif. Jwrniil.GENERAL ley, New-Orleans ; Cargo, to J. C. and C. Sloop "Caroline," and also her tackle Souchet, Joseph Sierra, J. F.Smith,
ORDER. C Keyser, J. Ingratoam, Ahrens & Co. and apparel consisting of Masts, Yards, John Shipper, William Smiley, PierceG.
''sAT DENUTIE, ? S Patterson, John Jcrrison jr and M Crup Main Boom and Gall, sails, anchors, cables Small, Jesse Stroud, Joseph H.Sifyth.
Sfptcmler 27th, 1826. $ halyards, blocks, and flags. This T.-Henry Tooley jr.5, Jokn Ten- .
Sin ; As a mark of respect to the per.Schr : Romeo Homer, Boston, Ce.rgotto property was taken from the Sloop brink 2 James 'L'liamour.1.IiTriplettZ .
memory of Captain liner uT TJUILLHPESCE Mr Keep on board Passengers, Mr *, Caroline autl conveyed to this City for Charles Tillman 2, John A. Turley} 'l

late the United Slates' Navy, Keep, fcuperintendant, and Id mechanics adjudication, and is ordered to be sold, Achilles Thompson, Uob'r. Thomas. ;
you 'mQ\15'l(1le flags of the vessels of for the Navy Yard. i as appears by libel filed in the Clerk's V.- -David Vestlery G. '.
the U. S. Navy to be hoisted half mast, Schr. Thorn, Campbell, Neu'.Orleans ; Office of said Court on the 17th day of W.--:.I. Wilkinson 2, William C. Whit.
and thirteen minute guns to be fired on Cargo to A.V Thornton, S H&inblcton,' October inst. against the cargo, tackle, tie 2, Thomas T. Webb; 2, John T. Wai- ;

the day after the receipt of this .Order.The M Crupper, J C and C C Keyser J. Jerri and apparel of the said sloop. Sale to lace, Charles Wilson, Washington.. ,

Officers under your Commandwill son jr Stone and Nisbet ,, W 11 Hunt any .;;GV>:nuieucc at 10 o'clock A. M John. M. Wright.: ,
wear crape on the left arm f.or J thirty the Master, .;,". "William Sebree. W.. Hasell,Hunt.
Schr.- Philippa Babe, New Orleans .
days. 17th- Marshal W. 1\ Pod Master. ,,
To the Commanders of Navy Yards, Cargo to the Master.CLEARED.. Pensacola Oct. 20th 1326-31-2t Pensacola Sd Ot. 1826.-33--Jt. .
Stations, and Squadrons, & commandants .

(.(the Marine Corps. Oct 14--Sloop Boston Packet, Heard, .
[/he foregoing order was complied New Orleans. State MAIL ARRANGE1MENT, I
*ith, yesterday, by the U. S Corvette SAILED.Oct Virginia Lottery.:
John Adams, now*in this harbor. 17-Schr' Hope, Ueilly, St' CLASS FOURTo Florida Mail. '

Ed. Pen. Ga: :I.j Marks, Passengers, Mr J D Davenport, lady be drawn at llichmonrf, on the 6th December .
.Mobile, October 3.-Business except and child. IS 26.SCHEME.. rKVCTE every other Monday at 1 o'clock
I'mucd' letailtrade, has been pretty much UP rOB THIS roar jj y M. Closes the following Tuesday -.

impended for several months, and scarcely Jit J\n -York, Sept 25th :-Schr : Elizabeth 1 prize S20.000 1 prize of g2,910 at 12 o'clock' .':' .

any thing isyet doing in a wholesale ,Forsyth, to sail 4th October. '.; 1 do, of 10.000 12 do. of 1.000 All otherMMails.Due <-
tray No new Cotton has yet been UP rOaST MARKS 1 do. of 6,003 18 do. of 500 j
1'rough to market, and none of the old Jit. tw-rorJ:, Sept /25/A.-:Sloop Flash, 1 do. of 5,000 21 do. of 200 every Wednesday at 6 P. M. .
crop remains on hand of consequence ; .lason-to have immediate despatch, 1 do of 4,000 &C. &C. &C. Closes every Friday at 12 31NOTICE. :
.or have there been any sales worth Schr. Perseverance, Hudson, lo sail-5th Whole) Tickets $5,-Halves g2 50

mentioning since the first of Atgust. October. Quarters gl 25. ..
Consequently, no quotations of the article = Orden for tickets in the above Lotteryor

can be given. iNOTJLCE.F11HE .. ( any other progressing,) accompanied 1J y ,the instructions of thest
Jftr/oft, September 25.-After the most Copartnership heretofore exist. with the cash, will be received and forded j) Alaotcr General,it is made the duty
diligent enquiry, we have only,been able JL ing under the firm of Stone St Nis. 'r by' of the ,Post Master,.to.put in each mail
to ascertain five deaths since Friday bet, is this day desolved by con-. W. Hasell Hunt, ail letters which are deposited '11\ the
morning, and one of them an infant only sent. Those who are indebtedmutual to thefirm Yat'es Post Office one half hour before thejlxed
7 : and MclntyreofnathitigttrrCttyt -
days olds will make immediate payment \9gentftr Mail. Tne undersigned -
please and J. I Cohen jr. and Uro- time of closing the
tt e speak from experience when we to F. II. Nisbet and those who bard cannot be responsible the detention '
declare the;strangers run no risk in visitn& any demands will be paid on presentation. there of Baltimore 19th October 1I1dJorJolk..1820 of those letters];which' are not put in;the
I Norfolk, if they uo not go into the I ASAl'U STONE, .' t Pensacola officers early as ..above mentioned ;.but.
(diseased district; nor even in that case. Jty hit Jtt'nv. ISAAC GIBSON, being desu-oui :of accommodating! thcs c.

we firmly believe. except at night or in F. H. Jusbet. *20 REWARD public,as far as in his power, he "'I mail:
the early partof the day. Yet We wouldstrongly all letters which are deposited before the -
advise those wao are.apprehena October L 18, 1826. \ lti'WARDofTwenty Dollars will Packet, in which they are to go/is? actually -
of danger to keep away : it is just .NO'fIOE.A'.L t.' be given for information, as to the closed. The Northern Hail!,helot;

of as the bad) feytr.to be frightened. to.. death, as'to die.-. persons are hereby cautioned not person who has injured tw of the subscriber, by stabbing and made
credit wife Josephine Bell on : lost up. :
There are Very few cases of the fever my the reward will i be.pa'uHo ,
them : "
cutting !
of her ;
:will debts Hasell
al no W.
at press t and '* my account, pay :: .
only two we 'h I Mvc after i this date. the informant on conviction of the villain. ..
"ixl of, which occurred: within the last contracting. .llayrt .
V. S. Chapman. .
three !'hO B. Bell.
dafl.-Ocrald. !. 1625.-"3.f. '
Pcwacola 19tb'OC ober'lts26' i Tensacoh, Oct.j... 'i .
AJaltdzn'ille : ,
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.'-,1.1 F RiJJ.Ol/LS.S. FOR r SAI= ElOCSTi ,. It must Ire obvionslowery! one, that Point, and author of th: "Fiopor: !Ft
.; A" : an estab'lhhment 80 extensive;cannot ire Northern Mkl'Middle Uu
a steue Brick antI Lumber States, ,4q
supported! without an immense expenditure Esq. of Wcit.ChesUr, J ay .'rJ.
\ &IAYIVSITUATED : county; :thc.Jea": i .
t .., Wanfefl. to meet which. the. Proprietor depends ed Professor luJJ,Ur.Da, ,U ':
N ZPensacola on Government Street in much on the sales which arc nude ,Rev. : ti i
.' Olih'f, etcSchsefVeri.0.Uawlmdj
ary.Agent't ;
-. of Pcnsacola: -the 4.oi is of the various productions. i i t1
826. J'tbn.A.'P.J1IU. st
-llA October lsgrs.. > }.,, ,,
will he received<< an.llU'i- known in the plan of the Citv as number The collections of Fruits of all the most Smith orNe..Y rt:;. Ctt1.1t" ocf pt..I1Cob' "'I

t PROPOSALS, entered Into. at my officc 282 and contains 80 feet n front by 170 celebrated kiridl,is at present eqtul to Sunwlck ; 1J rVaml; WrrTof

fur the Mippjy of the following mu' deep. any in the world ; and the several departments bush ;: ,Henry Pope,. ., .off BrootW'klst' *
terials! for building\ihatf.. CIJOllmuul.nt'.s'llouse JLSO FOR LEASE of hardy Ornamental Trees .and Capt. EbbcU. ot sNewtanr ,'A*

Blacksmith's shop, and mast for ten years,the TWO and Plants, Bulbous Flowers, Green. "4ani-by all of whom, feeds or.t.OnJ.b.
.". .. .. house Plants & &c. exceeded .Plant.
House, at the Navy Yardiz.. ," STORYHOUSR .c., are by have been politely contributed, "bicb't
5852 perches ol Stone, s itublc for the tt.... a 'c g| 8cKlTCUE.Vbuiltby; few. It has also been a consideration of would perhaps: have been.irnpo.1ible'l
I construction o 'a substantial and permanent the I late (:ol. \\'m. r_, -.,. particular interest wiih the Proprietor, hare obtained from other sources I
., .wharf. It is tubeot'the best qvwli- King, situated a half mile North East of and one which must equally interest every With all! his Botanic.,
:y that can be proofed in this section of the City of Pensucola! together with .the American, to concentrate as far as possible the PropnetorsolirJls a ,frequent! inter.
coaritrj', and to be delivered of a size mo't Lot of all the indigenous vegetable pro. course and requesU from.them.
convenient and desirable! for the purposes uclfons of our own country, as every ftirmatinii respecting new discoTcri eye"it
[ ani
& C mon
fcr which itjs intended. thing is doubly interesting when emanating the divernified! i interests of theDotll,
50.000'RrickJ;, 9 inches long, 4 'wide ; winch it stands; as much lithe tent from a region, the riches of whose and llorticulinrut. Kvrrr such lt
4'lo. thick and of the first quality, to be appropriatedr to finishing the house flora has been but partially :
he and the world,and in this he has been seconded activity is the *
?60,000 ftct'lf assorted lumber,superfirialot4 as may necessary.: For term very essence of 'iimn*,
.. >oard measure, for the above brick further information enquire of Cc!. Jou by many gentlemen of Botanic taste mpnt, and of the I :dissemination.of kn r.

1'uiliVngs" '. ltmust-.be-of yellow pine, of lie LA Rca, Pensacola. throughout our Republic. ledge, such intercourse,will be conduJJIi.with
t11r first quality. and gotten out agreeably Pcnsacola.! 29th .\u tlst, 1826: -2rtf Catalogues of the whole collection may that promptitude and desmw
to the exact dimensions given in the FOR SALE. be obtained in almost every capital city which characterize the general: triw?:

bill which will be furnished. The Agent in Europe and South America, and in the tions oi the establishment.. .

"reserves the power of increasing o'r reducing different cities and large towns of the William Prince -
United States. where have been .. ,
the quantitiesandqutiesoftie a \lOUS"Esituated age.nc'es
. lumber at : any time before.closing the established ; or by direct application to C. M. jlhf! Linnttan .Suiety of P. I
i contracts.All the Proprietor, by mail or otherwise ; .of the JtoteuUwrd Society 'if Lol1c4u. .1''

'4 the above materials are to be dch'vcicd on Romana Street in the City of and he will be gratified to receive the ofthelnpnal Society of .heCrOr?r.ai.1ITOt1irLAT I
florence Etc.
at the navy Yard, Pensacola. The Pensacola, together with the patronage of those who may wish to for at J/ !

' periods! of deliveiy will be fixed in the ward orders for the various productions
contracts, for which a reasonable time not ot Lnlon \\\ of the: establishment.Hut DKOOK Ir.FLOntoi'Juiy ::2.T _

will be allowed. They will be subject to with Gentlemen of science and leisure '. WILL receive 1st, J826. .S:
which it stands half of Lotnumber proposals till
fficcl's'uf a tJe'31at
the usual inspection by the! the the Proprietor desiresaho to cultivate October
.190 and feet ensuing to furnish
yard, and immediate payment will be containing forty intercourse of different nature troo ,
an ,
fronton said RonallStreet hundred a of tltp United state a, Army,, that ;are '
one *
> made for them as delivered, upon evidence by 's and solicits the attention of those who ,maybe stationed at Cantonment 0"
and feet in depth. *
) being produced ut this.office cf thudelivery Fot.terms seventy&c to resiJe in distant places to contribute to with fresh beef fmm the 1st day Brookfe
Apply ofJunt.are _
and inspection. ;" the establishment i him such
by sending
I82T, to include the 31st day of
Bond with approved security, wiJL he Ma. Moreno V da. IHvas.Pensacola Seeds of the most interesting Trees\ and 1827- Itcember '&:*

required.for the faithful execution of the T\h Sept. 18 52Ttf.'NO'I'1GL Plants, as can be obtained in their 'respective The beef will be.required ls> be (deli
for the cf the Brick acid localities. Roots also of
i contracts, supply I rare vcred to tite.trcwp3.iti two; days, in ell
::tone. Bulbous Flowers, especially those which? week (the days to be designated in
The: Office will be open' for receiving {/"plIE undersigned having been order- are natives of warmer climates ,will be .. quantity, as shall be required for)their sucli.
proposals!, until contracts are made . 1br the supply of all the materials.rrquir- :Kscambia County to administer on the packed close boxes, filled with fresh sary taappri.se those: who chooii{ nec i.
{ ed; and the agent will at any time when Estate of J. M FLISN, 7JO\11NGO saiuf, may be transported with perfect otter to contract fur the supply iaay to

unacceptable proposition shall be made, GONZALEZ & FK-iNClSCO HKJ1/JD,' eafety. These.contributions the Proprietor beef: will be requited.to be of; the thaufce:
enter into a'contract.furfurnishing; a partjr Intestates who have died leaving property proposes to fully reciprocate by a return which the market can afi'urdand best
< the whole. in this Territory" ; of such Plants and Seeds as may be jar Attention must beJiad to the p rtitl1'

Samuel, 1Z.. O'e 1on. ..Hereby Requests deemed them.jnpsti: interesting and acceptableto ing thereof asa. rig rnspection butcher ofitutill.

32tf. Wary .ijertf. all persons having demands against the always be made.Persons .
The Mubile-Comm rcil1 Register will. estates of the said Intestates; to present To thisfriendly interchange proposedto offering to contract will make
please publish the above tf. the same immediately! and those indebted the world at.large, he solicits particularly their propotub in writing, ,sealed and die
** .tu the tame. to wake payment forthwith the attention "f persons living in the rected to me at this place, slating the :j
LOST.POCKET to more remote regions the United States. rite per pound,iu a.sipgle bid fur which

r Book 'containing, among W. Ilasell Hunt All conlributiottS.wjl| be acknowledged they will furnish, and they shall be in
in-the. Catalogues published :annually formed of the acceptance of Uieir
for Dollars '
.lit.. other papers, a note Sixty ]) prop)
given by Col. Joseph Noriega, d;' l'd., flit y and all varieties.of fruits thus presented<
2d Srpt. 1 &6 and payable ,to the subscriber M. Crupper Cl"k.Pensacola. which shall prove: new and.valuable, shill: ., application to, me at (;antonmcntlliOQ;*,
sixty days afterdate. All persons 24th.gtlest. 1826-26-St.Linncean be-pcrpetHHtediby the names givetbthembylhe oa the day above niontioned. .

ore hereby cautioned against trading for contributors. Those persons who Johu Page, Lt, *
Botanic Garden.: reside in of the Union
remote 'parts
; will be made only
said note as payment AndJlvst. Com. f Suttutaicel
.. wliefc intercourse idifficult, can enclose
to. J\eu.J'ol'lc' ) proposal I will be recieved
G ilbert Vansmlmrgli, .'lJl,!"" I, 1826. -5 sucl}Seeds as are smaltind forward them after the 3Ut.of October,' 1826. 18-1ft., .
by mail l ; and ,such as are more bulky, .
TVr.sacola 4th October lH26.-32.-. QTtlHIS establishment commenced about can be put in alight !lox;and sent to the
-- of South' E&.. the middle of the last century, is care of any Agent of the establishment. By the President of-the 'United
Medical College,
already well known for the great extentof The proper season: for the tcansporta- States. .
Carolina. its Botanic"acquisitions as well in Exotic ion of I'tuit and Ornamental Trte's'apJ .
and Native Fruits, of all the variuus fiU pursuance of Law, I, Jon Quixcr
Lectureswill be resumed in -this tjants, is the months of October, November'and -
THE un oar the second.Monday of kinds, as for its i large collection of Trees, December; and also, :March and 'U\1J.tMS. President of the United Stata'
November next as follows i Plants' and Flowers, calculated for ornament April ; for Bulbous l'hmcrssuch) as-Tu- of-,-\male i, do hereby proclaim and make

On .& lattUn'y.-U); John Edwards HoN only : and the Proprietor; feeling; lips, hyacinths, &c. the proper periodis known that a,Public Sale will be heM'at
its ad. the Lan'cUtlice At Tallahaasee, in West
anxious still farther to promote July to November Greeivhouse Plantscan
brook M. 1) ;
and to extend its intercourseand Florida, on U.1t 1thim( Monday in January,
S'uryeryJames "Ramsay M. D.Jtistitiiltsainl mencement be packed so as to be'1i .nsmitted. ,at
,1827: ,for the -the
usefulness deems the disposal o Lands situat
Practice of Medicine .present moment almost: any reason of the year. -
when ? in the Distriet-'of Ian4s''ofterca fur
peculiarly propitious, so many; "
Samuel U. Dickson M. D. .
I cannot conclude my prefatory-rc. sale! Talhhassee arid In tr.e townsbfej
ofboth sexes are making Uotany ;
.JUatcra H. Frost M. I D. persons .
( l1..dit'a-llenr "
.marks without acknowledging my obligations hereafter designated i J-* : -
Obstetrics and fie disrates of Women andItfwrtt.'I'hufltasC the subject (if their investigation and study .
Prioleau M. 1). ; tu solicit the attention and aid of to a number gentlemen for their l'r.ctioI1:1town5hjpiN': rand 3". R'
and PI'aTJlJClcy.-Edwartl Ra. I persons of science and. taste throughoutthe polite contributions to this establishment, north of Range; 'No:2;west, gl
Chemistry world. S especially to Professor Thouin, Administrator Fractional. township No.2i north'of :
venel M. 1)Natural : and Botany.StcphenElliott. The Uotanic Garden, which covers an of the Royal Gardens at Paris;' to Ra.No:2,west, 'ys O.:
History l>rof uor' Boe ,Inspector of the King'sGarden RaJ taw No' 2-and 3
.L.L.J). extent of about thirty acres,together \Vi rl' Fr:1r.t. nshit5s. &
i M. Demonstrator ofZnatomy the capacious Green and Hot-houses attached << at the Luxembourg; s tol'; north of llaitge No-S, west, c ta
E. CJeddings. .. thereto, contains above eight thousand J. Lome, of Switzerland ; to Octavien Fractional townships No. 2 and'3 J jnorth
Targioni Tozzetti, Professor of Botany of llangfe No.:'4 west
"- species and varieties of Trees and ; ;
tJ. E. H oil)i-ook. Plants ; and from its being the most extensive and.Agriculture at Florence, Italy; Wni.H. Fractional townshiprNo.. 2,north of .,.,.'u
315t. the Dean of faculty in America, and forming: the Krause, Esq., of the ,Island of St. Range.No. 5, west ;'::;.:.:
.- source of distribution.of thousand of Exotic Croix ; Howard, Marsh & C.o., of the.Is .Fractional township No.3,north of ae
TO :LET, and Native productions annually, to land of Madeira ; Thomas Nuttall, Esq., Range No. 5, west, < a

,fa .BRICK.VATID: well tilted, the enjoyment every part of- the world, and to ever/ Professor of Botany at Cambridge, University Fractional 1 townships No. 2 nKl3,. w.
r lSi of which may be .had State In the Union ; it may be justly considered and author of the Genera ofvVmencan north 'of Range No. 6, west, ,
.-immediately. It is situated on the bay, as a National IJ ltit21t oll. Plants Professor Dewy,. of 'Including' the Country'adjolcent to the
five miles from IJen cJla..at the plantation The .1 location of this Garden may also ,Williamstown College'; the lion. Jonathan : town of Quincy. S ,.
anciently called. .on all accounts be considered, the most Hunnewell, the Hon. John Lowell, Also townshipsNo.-3-4 and 5, north!

'La.J u.nta', Gabaron.Forfurtherdetailsandthe eligible in the United States, being;tua- and Nathan Bridge Ksq of tJost P;; ,Ur. of Rang 9, 10..11 12,13: and 14 rest
which for its Porter, of PlainfieH Hon. J. H. Poinsett!, the and
'. conditions of ted on an Island, fertilityhas ; including ,Chipola country, part
been denominated, "The Eden of the: aiid N. Herbemont. Esqw., and Mrs..EH.za of tHe Holmes1 Creek settlement. **
r' the :ease, apply to the owner in on the spot Union," with a proximity to the Ocean, C. Cochran, of'South-Carblmaj: S Mrs. ., Also, fractional SeCt.ion 'N ., 2, 37f,

r or at his usual both residence Pensacola;.he. tending greatly to ameliorate its'climate, ; Louisa C. Shaw, Thomas Young, Esq., '10, 11.14"15, I7,1S,-2I22J, 23,2T-2i

being daily. at places.aVlos and in the immediate vicinity of the largest Capt..Jolm LejUonte, Lewis Le Conte, .'29,'30 auV3l, in fractidiiil: townships
Lavalle commercial city' in America, thus John; Cooper, John \Valkins, and A.-G. 2, north Kanjje '4yeast' ;'.andfraclloAl l

Pensacob,30th'September1826-3Otf.; :; deriving at once from these various'sour Oemler, Esqrs., of Georgia ; George sections Mq. 23, 21, 5iI26351Lnd'S6,iii
ces, the combined advantagesof climate, Gibbs, "Esq., Florida ; Ir. Uftrt, of fractional'ti 'il3lup No. 3;'north of.hinge

A.n\\l. $ &. 1AY1 ; fertility and of intercourse with every Missouri; :Robert B. Currey Esq.,of Ten 4 east,:ill oft. hlch fractional sections ate
quarter of the world.. nessee-Robert W. Brown, William: fi.Mearesi 'bounded-by'the Lake }Ji kasukir. tj
j FOR SALE. This establishment has alsu the advantage ; Ij.Ueinh n1t.arid John D.Beatty, '. The saleto-comraenc'with the blew

THIS property.being ..ituaed.on' the of not being! founded'on that evanst.: Es rs.f of North Carolina ; .General Cock, number of section, township and :Range
-Sti eetof the Cijy of t'ens> cola : cent basis, w.luch.80 often Attends instjiu- *7br'Norton.' and Dr. ilennlng,.' James and to J pYoceedm'thebrdeVdesijjnatWw
will be sold on reasonable and accow r *'$ ?'Cltotnas II.-Mitchell,. andrTUomas> '
ions of llje .kind, ,but ; been ,already eron this P rrJc1 a mAti on. !
inodaling terms, perpetuated during roorc._ than seventy, Halls; E ql'8., of Virginia; Dr. Thornton, 'The lands rese-rved-by lawforthe:>.t$e
'The.liquse is large, TWOSTO years,.with A constant.increase every Washington ; the'Ue.v'.3li, He;kcwel-. .of schools pr'foFolhcr purposes,and. ws
'HltS, HIGH, in good orderwell detartmentnndaith; i every.'prospect) that der, Dr. Huliogs, Ur James Mease, Henry j fractional faftundea by the::Gtor'
r' ; ; shadexl both in front and rear its continuance will be permanent.' This Pratt Reuben llainesand Philip l 11. gin lines;.will i be'escladeUTroiniskh.Given .'
_,with large trees, and pleasantly permanence gives to all those who may Mattes; Esgrsof'Pensylvania; :.JosephBaratt under' irey'hatid''at: 'the'Ciiy*tIVashinjgtort
.situated,. The Lot is eighty feet in front (favour tile Proprietor with contributionsof Esq. of'Vermont;. Zechariah 4\I. ,:this,2oi 'da 1.of'Ma tl*'*.
and:one'hundred.and sixty,in depth and rare Plants, or Seeds from distant'paces ) len; Esq.,-.or ..Providence: ; J.P0 Brace '1o'.1.1,.. ,'0 4.. t ... J.. .,",' ..

.has, besides the dweliing-iiouse and the assurance that their respectivedonations Esq.,! of. Connecticut ; _John Stevenslisq. ubn ,q-r 11'.cCSmJ -
kitchen, a* 'lar 'e stable will other outIottketti rof esof.AJbi. ". T
will re ceive such care and attcntion NcwtJersey t.vPr 4al .... ..._
? and a fine spring rof.tyUre..water. to their culture, ,us will render ny; James Uttahe Eiq,,a! Judge Tomruisbnj 'Iy itbe.Prel.cleQ.t, VIa,) !.Ih1tf.; '

...the. title is indisputable.f them most useful to our country and beneficial 'oTSfcjienectady Ji1''ties C''l'iacy.Esq ,i GeorgeGraham I' ,r. .. r.. 1C -

Mary Le Baron. to the world! I large, w.bo v/.ill pr.rLicipate ; ofNfa ni county ; Dr. John' Tor- mmil".n r' ftM ;
.P.ensacola,20th.Scpt. 1826- -8t intheirdis+ !ributic! Try, Professor: of Bntiny, &c. at .\>5St IT3 t.; tknal LtmdVJ.icl1)'"

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