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

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-VOL. 111. PENS A COLA, FKI!)AY, OCTOBER 27;1826. No. 35. i

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;..- themselves within the 'hatter oflwn.*i- tit :k rthe 1 'roost determined' enmity anoihrr agricultural, and another manir-
TOETICAIFrom most/impenetrable thicketr<11lit.t. e ieii2aidered "ot"J1 equal title to being a factural ; one raises cotton, and another
....... cooler recess pf some rofjify> c"ca -_. tutor" of Mary ; I valued not his virtues. spins it ; while a third cultivates theearth
GO- the JCorfi-lk Itrrald Far to the westward in which ctirdflfcJo, ft her tatticr approbation-the namefrrival and with itsproductsfirnishesf'aoi a
OF \WASHINGTON.T ) rigs enough to madden my for the cultivator and ..
THE.SWORD they *ere travelling, airy clouds Wed spinner cotton : .-
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TIU BOSTO B1.T over the snowy top* of .the. rqq" P.a'1d to kindle toward. himyig.flres all which pastes from one to the othc ,
asked the sword in ancient hall, : tank, ,which dig*"".'}"** 'IISf ,- ofY..pier1stmg hatred; free of duties and almost at the original '
Why rustinggthrre It Jaut'I" the blue'honlonL ..JJi.rL; $ii", by restlt&:> ',fraWv. I" rebrert.at .cost. The varieties of climate are equal
And "'I'. 'hUll dear to i efferec's CMt:' before them Jirr flnancr .bet tht.-,{| onceioend al my fears andEOjfcpJcWl' to thoatf ilti- andeiu&foperate ",-,.
ny.nnhared '1 by an interview "wiiTTffUr*" .1i 't6_.. tetn.
,JJK! interspersed 'WarZor1h.e'! j ,e ljoy.a! '
most majestic trees I ehkrminf being who had unwittingly ;and almost a fngft climate, nRummer -.J.. '
Ardthe *"'on1 raid, "AU!" for the daysOf from its southern side concealed from gained my affections A favorable opportunity without eating his own coun
beardless chiefs have rome ; theobservation o+travelters, by a thick soon occurred. The sulphur try. What inducements, to the people
ird there's cone my pond' Olls weight cluster of wide spreading willows, sweet spring contiguous to Nashville, and distinguished of the different sections to remain united! 1
raise This 1 for its medical qualities,is the Let disunion take place and neither
can ly murmured a refreshing stream: section I
of the drum." frequent resort of the and fashionable could be
At the roll and beat mount was surrounded on every side by gay independent. The north.
extensive plains, anti there were few as well as the invalid. One August would want the cotton and rice of thesouth '
first its blade I evening the pun was gradually concealing and the south
ltd I skid the I'"ord'hn things on which the eye could rest. The would want the ship
ilrijdit listened in the un > eldest of the travellers had but lately ,his face behind those hills which termi- and provisions of the north. We repeat, :'
.trd the sword.said, M it rusting laid, passed his fortieth year, in stature he nate the town on the west, the brilliant as a whole, the United States form then I
"In the days of Washington !" was hardly five feet eight inches, yet be ray reflecting around him a sky of gentle most complete and independent nation
compensated by width his deficiency in red, I sought the residence of MirsUelclair. in nature as well as politics, on earth I
..And Wilt thou never from thy slumbers height. A frowning' cowering eyebrow, .-She met me at the door witha Front the Baltimore America i
'wake11'hen indicative of ferocity of disposition, was most enchanting smile-her pleasing On the day election in October 1813,
thou Nearest the patriot's cry ? partially contradicted by the doubtful I countenance and laughing blue eye, there were three candidates for the
I,there none that e'er thy blade shall expression of his deep black eyes. The which wasCupid's Legislature, two of them had been elect
take, other was quite a youth ; two and twenty I quick arrow, in charming disguise ed the year preceding, the third a new
And strike for liberty ?" -and his muscular and commanding candidate, who related the story h'mselt:
figure, of the height of six feet, bespoke in some measure alleviated the embarrassment That at one of the polls in Old Town, he-
And the sword said, "When the days superior personal strength. His countenance which I experienced at the accosted an elderly man whom he knew.
shall come was mysterious yet noble ; and thoughts of the subject upon which I by asking if he would not vote for him'he
My master lives again, a settled melancholy depicted in his eye, was to enter ;-"! am so glad that you replied as follows: Mr.-, I know
Chen 'shall my blade at the beat of the indicated that a canker worm was preyintr 'are come ;" said she ; "the house is full you well enough, and you may be a very -
drum his vitals. Kach of these I of all the beauties in Nashville-and good man, but I know Mr.-and
Seeerthe bigot's chain!" horsemen upon were arrayed in a splendid cur J some of them will desire' your attendance Mr.-better : now' Mr.-. I am a cater :'
niform. yet the texture of the former's as a chaperone, as! we are ail and I drive two horses in my cart,
1'he dread s.'. >rd ceased, and a chieftain apparel was by far superior.-"Ilosmell," i going to the sulphur lick." "1 am sorry," and there is not a carter in town that has
replied I, inwardly vexed by the prospect got a better pair sometimes I
came, said he. say what you will, do what you ; put one
And he wrote on its sheath-'BOLIVAR will increasing melancholy is appa I : of not having a tete a tete with Mary in the shaft, and sometimes the other,
!' rent.your I have observed of late that you associated ] as was my sole intention "that the ladies but it makes no odds, they pull so well together ,
And the mighty brand leaped :into his much leas with your boisterous are reduced to the necessity of ac that I would not swap either of"
hand, fellows & that you prefer the dismal solitudr ceptingmyservices. "Indeed!" said she, 'em for the best looking horse in town
And the SOUTH saw .. 'star! ofa sequestered grove, to the par vastly humble on a sudden, I declare even if he was worth twice as much amine
-. ticipation of tlieirmirth. 1 fear that you and do you think we are so destitute of ; for you know he might be tricky,
M.\1 IN detest a rover' life, and are meditatingan attractions as not to draw the beaux and might stumble! and would not draw .
I would indeed regret j from all quarters ? Tber 's Mr Manly well with the other horse. So it is with
1T eco lect} >n8 of an til&Sol.dier. departure esctipe., hut I will not restrain your your desire and Mr. Wilson, and"- -he added -, and-,they pull so well together
i to return to your friends and rela whilst a triumphant smile played upon that 1'don't think I'll agree to swap either _
tions. Alas once was I blessed with her features, and casting at me a penetrating one of them away yet. Now Mr
John Conderlck was one ofth05 hearty family, friend and happiness. But ;glance-"and Mr. Stanville ; but -don't you think I'd be a great foot
Irishmen who-promptly stepped into the is blasted for why does the color mount into your if I did ? i
they are My peace
America ranks, soul bravely fought in ever. I once gone.held a distinguished postin cheek %" I did not answer, hut seized her From the Baltimore Gazette Sept. 20.
the revolutionary war. At the 'storming the colony of Mexico. Malignant ene. hand with the utmost emotion. My feel. This day, the twentieth of Sept. 1826, _
of!tonev Point, he pushed forward in the mies misrepresented my conduct to the ings might easily have been interpreted, CIIAIILM C&!Ul0LL or C.&RROLLTO, the
forlorn hope; and when the garrison had jealous and imbecile monarch of Spain. but she appeared unconscious of my motives only surviving signer of the Declaration f.
carrenderedAwl the captured casks of liquor I was deprived of iituHtionmyselfand and gently raising her arm, as if to of Independence, completes his KISETiKTa -
sere opened, Johnny swigged his family confined within my the walls of an assist me into the house she whispered as year. The anniversary of his birthday -
without ceremony;,and tinperceivr unhealthy prison where they perished, she entered the room, "You are ill. Assume collects around him his affectionate
hv Ins companions, laid himself easy victims the cruelty of my enemies A a more pleasing countenance, if relatives, and intimate friends, who are
among the wounded and dying prisoners. fortunate incident favored escape ; 1 you da not desire to damp the spirits of wham teach of list domestic circle. In
Missed by his company, and his sought this dreary wilderness my, assockted our little par y." The mirthful companycame the enjoyment of excellent heuith; a
xoice.at intervals, being dis tiu uish. myself with banditti: and was advanced speedily rushing out of doors and, cheerfuL and amiable disposition, with
ed among the groans of the wound. to the dignity of captain. My latter ;injuries with jealous eye, 1 watched the motionsof all those gratifications which result from
ed, calling for a surgeon's mate and I have nourished, and George Stanville, but he took the arm the merit of his numerous descendants
a drop of water, it was exclaimed shall one day experience my persecutors veil- of Miss Anna lIensel)'. When we reach and their connections, and greal prosperity -
"alas poor Conderick! he nas fallen at geance. Hut I am not in disposition my a the sulphur spring, we proceeded to in his worldly estate, Mr. Carroll appears -
hit. Well, he was a brave fellow, and robber. What I take from the rich is free., taste the more pleasing waters of M' to,be a favorite of that kind Providence -
hearty in ,the cal1 e. God bless him." ly given to the and sword has Nairy's fountain, which is situated two who made him an instrument in, '
On examination of the wounded at day. never drank the poor blood of my an unresisting or three hundred yards higher up the conferring its favours on our country. .-
;J'ffhl, it was found that he was unhurt, traveller.-But, friend winding streamlet. The golden opportunity From the ,. 'Spectator. ,
and had only been taking: a little refresh- heart tome ; tell my me history open ,your and was now glittering before me. Cun'out dpologtf.-In an apology for
menl (as he said) for the first time in let endeavor to alleviate your sore :Mary's arm was locked in mine, and the some mistake in a military notice, th?
bad company J,t the close of one of the rows.' You have indeed been your a friend whole company were seperating in phal- editor of the Salem Gazette holds the foK-
list campaigns, Johnny made application to me Capt. Xucar," replied ItOmell'"Ind anxes of two and two, at considerable dis- lowing language ._" When we said that
to his Colonel tor a furlough, to go and whoa we reach the spring before tances from each other. We were be they [the Norfolk Guards, of Boston,]
keep thanksgiving undeat pumpkin pies curiosity shall be gratified, although hind. 1 commenced an elaborate com were entertained hy the members of the
with his cousins, and the pretty lasses in ustyour the recital of history will cost ment upon her beauty and accomplishments Salem Light Infantry, it was presumedthat
Connecticut which was granted him, but my but she converted the whole into the ojpccrt of that were included
me a pang. -In a short time they enter company -
not realizing all he expected the ex- ed the copse of willows which a jest. This only excited my feelingsthe in the num!>er.JJVe presume
runion, 5c grown full, he returned to the ed the spring, when, giving liberty to more, and my gestures increasingwith that the correction was made at the re. t
camp before his furlough had expired. their well disciplined steeds, they seated my language, I gave her hand an quest of the officers, and it reminds us of
It was the same John Conderick, who themselves the rocks and Ito smell involuntary pressure. It was warmly re- an anecdote of Curran. That celebrated
brought in his haversack to the camp, thus upon turned. A thrill of pleasure vibrated barrister had on one occasion a client
three famous turkeys,'followed by the began ; through my body. !.Mary," exclaimed who was an oilicer. While summing up,
deaconiah countryman, who dogged himto "My father was a wealthy and respect I,"you are an angel !"..Our eyes met, but the orator frequently found it necessary
the camp nnd the very barrack ; making able planter and now resides near the hers turned tremulously to the ground. pf speak of his client as! "this to'.dicr whois
complaint! to his captain. Johnny town of Nashville! in the State of Ten. "But I hope that my ardent love is reciprocated my client"-"this gallant soldier, may
being immediately brought before his nessee. Being himself a man of liberal 1" continued 1." What an it please your lordship," &c. The mw
off cer to meet his accuser, stated in his education, he superintended? my youthful easy task it is fur a woman to concealher of epaulettes, however, did not like to bu
defence; that while marching quietly and studies, endeavoring to store my mind attachment even from him she IOY8S! thus reduced to the level ofasoldier, ami
chilly! to his regiment, the big turkey had with every kind of information, but par- *0. yes ," answered she, "you may hope he took Occasion to remind the orator in
the impudence to call him a TonT, and ticularly directing my attention to the cr you may not hope, as you please." an undertone, that he was an officer
tantalized him to "quit," before that he studies which might assist me at the-bar, For Heaven's sake"cried I, "tell me, Curran, disgusted with his foolish vanity.
raid a word, or raised a hand against him, for which I was early designed. At the seriously Stanville preferred to meFye ?"- continued his address" this !gulUnt tol
fur which enormity, fce: thought properto age oftwenty, 1 went to Nashville! to lye," said: she, curling the corner cier-I beg your pardon, my lord.-this
take him tn the camp. "Very good, prepare myself for my future profession, of her lip in disdain, "do you think that officer who it not it soldier," &c. The
and very proper"said the Captain, .1 but availing myself of the instruction of an I-but dont stick so close! to me." Answer effect was electrical and the result a discomfiture
how came }ou also to bring the other eminent attorney, I was very attentiveto me, Mary," said I "salifcfy the anxiety of the foppish son of Mars.
two." For witnesses! of the fact, may my studies, send my friends Mattered of my soul." *. To tell you what I But with the Saiem officers we hope there
it please your honor," replied the soldier. me with the hopes of being an ornament think," said she, coldly, "it would be is some mistake And that they do not ia
The captain smiled, and the countryman to the bar, and an useful memberof be+t to join our, nearest company." We reality feel ashamed to be called member
declared the defence to be sutisfactoiy. society. But, with all my steadinessof did so. Her coldness soon gave place tosmiles. of their ran company.
=-. habit, I did not relinquish the entice .-The varying emotions of my mind Our readers must look upon out
1.l C L1JN"'i.. ing pleasures of the social circle, nor was suppressed, after attending the young ladies paper with an imminent eye for a few
... c __. my heart totally dead to the gentle passion. to Air. eldair'.. 1 retired to my days, as one of the editors is in Lower
Fran the A'ath-ville Whig and lJulUler. The blinded lover esteems his faulty office meditating upon the occurrencesof Canada, and the other ha3 been unluckily
Theh'andit.CHAPTKtt mistress a paragon of perfection, but tho dav. drawn for a fortnight's service upon ;
Mary Helclair was equal to the most romantic DAVIU GAMUT. the petit jury of the Court of Commo.i .
I I.Dim picture of ny imagination.. Before From the Jlaltitnere Patriot Pleas and the Judge declines excusing u'(.
backward as I cast my view, I had ever declared her with my There never was a nation whose sever livery gaod citizen owes certain duties
i What lick'oingcenes appeur tongue what my eyes had long since betrayed al sections fOlIOed so complete a whole to the public,.which ought to be cheerfully ,
11",,,,. I discovered that I had a dangerous al those of the United States. There is discharged But tnlitora of tlai.'y! '-..... :.
oln the year 1816 two honemen, as if rival for her affections in the person scarcely an article necessary to the comforts papers should either be excused, or ex,1onerated ; \
distlainingprotection from the scorching :,George Stanrille who was the favorite or luxuries of life, that is not furnished from responsibility for all the li. !
rays cf an August sun, were riding at a of Mr. Bclclair.-Cupid and his by some one section to the others, in beta which reny creep into their column
inoderate pace in desolate: country on followers are aptly represented as blind. return for which the products of other while trey are thus necessarily I absent.-
borders of Mexico. The sun had at- The pleasing arrows of the little deity sections are received. One section raises Ideq I,
tamed the highest situation in the hea- are poisoned with the venom of jealousy cotton and rice and Another builds ships From 1hs Baltimore jlmtrictuiIt I
Tens, and the wild inhabitants of tUe forest arid prejudice. To know that George and furnishes seamen to convey them has been asserted that no. country .Ift

xspcricncing his power, reposed :Siinvillc was my .rival', was a EuITtcU-nt to"market : one section is commercials a the ....-?:!d is better adapte flu. -thert .. .CJ-..

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livatajtytFiic t l&) than the middle and William Wire Esq.:, Attorney> Ge r&l' -,- -.-. ----. .._-- yen: may insert it .- I think it'may 1aa

&o,.tl&tn j$ clion. of the United Staler, of the United States, Mas to deliver an 1\, OO. l.AIUNICt/l.'l'IOX., .. ',: '. some effect in alla'inI\'spirit of critic
anoUVT the truth of this assertion we are Eulogy on John Adxmsand Thomas Jefferson '- ... and I can honestly declare that it is chose
..<*ccauJilyprc ented with practical in the Ueprrsentatives' Chanibci For the Pentacola Gazette. tably intended. Your See
proofs. Tlc example we now quote in the City Washington, on the 19th MB. EOITOH There are certain aw-ee- Chipoi,

View* th at'ettention and industry are alone inst. able associations which arise. the mind;, Octobers, 1826. .
.necessary:, render the-Tine one of by contrasting present events with those _- *awfrW o tffttfffrom ..
the mo t'profitable objects which can which live in the chronicles of other'days, ----
Humanity !-fin Sunday last a pool the U. s. T '"
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-engagethe attention of the Imsb.indman. man, being exhausted and fatigued, fromwalking or perhaps only in traditionary remembrance. A letter from Colombia, winch
them soothing
The Philadelphia Aurora Mates that Col. a 'great distance &. from being a They brirg with a publish today states that )2r.y .e
1 'Cart;At his garden near that city, Itus'thisteiison longtime without sustenance, fell down tranquility, which like the home of Cbarst'e (1'\fTairf'softbe United '
,.out of less than half nn ncre of childhood carries back the fancy to Stag "
in H fit.before the Post Office ; supppsing) Colombia, has been assassinated,
vuvey; ...rclAh a dry gravelly hill adjoining him to be drunk the City Constable"was scenes of juvenile enjoyment, freed frora not quite a month since tve annocsr'It.

,. the tardO,1'old 1200 pounds of grapes, called to remove and take careaf him : tbcasperities of life. ,and hallowed by the the murder of Mr. Fudge", our CnniQ
at front s&tto twenty cents per pounds, previous his coming it was ascertained; lapse of time. Smta Martha. These circumstance It.

arid'ftAitle two hundred and sixty gallons that the man was! not drum, and. it.:ap-;.. .j-///fec oKm mcmkusse juv hit." very deplorable. Ii.*

: "6fViitei.Vhied; at two dollars the gallon. peering from papers in his. possessit. IVatle:1d into this train of thought a From the United State? a:* #
I' JWr i1'wo hundred and ninety-six
that he but unfortunate:,
was a worthy
since, whilst at a camp-meeting Extract from a letter dated Be'lmttit
'ettiusra have been summoned to attend few days p
1 man, the Constable was requested 'to
the Xtivana Granite Near Car'
r of Methodists! by contrasting scene rate ,
1to1J'j\\rnrtlat the next sitting of the Court see'that he was provided for and they '
; the martial .q.28,1826.
then witnessed,
which 1
Operand Terminer to he holdcn ,
went The Constable, in
ofthe mailed and helmeted chieftainsof The U. States' Charge d'Affairn'at
r Mond..t next.-A. Y. Even. Post. fire
) discharge of his duty, reported the case chivalric adven has been assassinated.
the in days of Bogota I
'The: 'grand jury of Guiltbn connty to the Mayor, Soho ordered, that the nun not with 111\
of the assemblyas acquainted particulars
turt".llooked a part ; j
upon hat
'NortlwCarblina, lately presented a jurorfor should b: removed out of loon,,
immediately fired with the same religious zeal, the brief io, that he was in intrigue witha
being-intoxicated jurybox.und and tent him cord that he had subjected
fanatical devotion of Iadof that place, for which
which elicited the her
the court"fiH (l him fifty dollars : the fine himself a fine of fifty dollars,for having
brother demanded satisfaction
could but
I help ,
the crusaders nor supposing
'fa to be remitted to one dollar it'tlse juror the ; "u
entered the City from Mobile, during
that the priestly benediction of the refused : he accordingly took the
u'dl to the next court that he has in ope
prove time the Quarantine regulations were
Catholic fathers, was sufficiently represented portimitv one day (after Mr Watts haLl
kept sober since the last term.
.:-' force-! The man came from -Mobile. by by the clergy, whilst kneeling a. been to dinner, and laid down to rest Ol
land on foot, was not diseased nd was mid the excited multitude, and simulta his sofa,} stepped in ant accompli,, l
: 'rml (fj [b Sof without money ; fortunately,however,him hemet neouslv invoking the aid of Providence. his end. A frigate and some transpo( .
with those who did permit
not with
: It is comlllGn enough to hear of the passed Laguayni today, trooprfBarcelona
OC'I'OIIER.27.18.26. to suffer for want of the necessaries of and the said be from Ilolivar.
jFUIUAY, simplicity of our forefathers refined ,
life, and he has now BO'much recruited as
J. .. condition the present generation Fork Styf.26.
", Vcrite sans fieurt to be able to earn a subsistence, in this day of modern improvement ; but By the packet ship! .Florida an 1 LeeJt

." Query--How long since Quarantine who that is an impartial observer may we have received; (lon papers to the
.. Post Office N otic'c..BY regulations have been construed to extend 'not smile at the arrogance of the dandy 2ld and Liverpool to the C4th of .q.
a recent change in the times of to those travelling by land,.and how literati who at present infest the paths of gust The most important article they
'. arrival of the Northern Mail at Burnt many, who have visited us from Mobile science. Let us look :;t the learned pro contain i; the Order in Council of the
this: season, have been treated in a simi fessions-the lawyer when hard pressedfor 'British Government, prohibiting Ameri.
Corn, it arrives there one day sooner than
it'has heretofore and, under the present lar,manner ? a quibble, lugs into the hall of justicethe can vessels from trading to the >Britit .
decision of sonic proud Colonies, after the first of De "
learned purse =eID
nrfnnerement ot'our mail, lies there a clay e:
before the rider from Pens.icola arrives The following Legislative"pro ision., Chancellor, in the reign ot queen Ann next ,
:In order therefore that the mails arrive extracted frum. Vera Cruz ,Tapers, or the great Alfred, and with no small We copy from the New York Mercantile!
.. i he re without delay the Mail will show, that the system of Internal: Improvement self complacency looks down on.the lesser Advertiser the following letter ofin truc.
,. close next'week on'i'htirstlay is attended to by our sister satellites of the bar. tion to the Commissioner of the Custom:
Republic and that the only ,rivalship The physician with solemn phiz arranges at Halifax, under the late Order in CQJn.cil. .
: : at 12 O'clock ,which exists between the State :Governments the symptoms and,makes up his ,

instead of Friday, and, after next -week, and the general Government is, learned prognosis, from the Grecian or Treasury Chamhert 2d Aw?. 1825.
.it.. will be due on Tuesday at 6 o-'clock I*. which shall show the greatest zeal for the.Uoman-school-ancl the Divine pointshis GF.XTLEMEX: : I a-n commanded by the
M,and close on Thursday at 12 o'clock M. completion oftheplans of the latter.A homily with mythologic lore, or with Lords Commissioners of hiss MajeitVi,
Merchants and others are requested law of Congiess, passed 3rd June classic elegance reverts to the zeal '}f the Treasury to refer vou to the 4th Section
to pay particular attention to the above, 1826.; Provides that the Government carlyreformers, or the martyrs'stake! of the 6th Geo. IV. ch. 113which pn;
as it is expected that they will deposit in shall direct its attention towards fortifying 'Let us descend to domestic life, 'and ,vides that! the privileges of Trading in Yo.
Jhe Post Olfice all letters, which they the liar of Goazacoalcos. we shall find this propensity to appeal to reign ships with British Colonies "shift
wish to he mailed next week, by half past:! The General Government in concert antiquity for precept and example equally be limited to the Shins of those Country

,, eleven o'clock on Thursday. with the State Government of Vera Cruz, predominant.-The aged sire totteringon which shall plact the (urn nerve and N...
"v. Ilasell Hunt, shall establish a Town,.on the most suit. the verge of the tomb,is cantin\ lly vigation of its Possessions: abroad: uPJ'\
'., .: Mister. able'point, in the vicinity of that Bur. complaining of the irreverence and insolence the footing of the most favored nttlons

Pensacoln! 26th October, I326. There shall be opened permanent of South ; and with all the garrulity unless His :.Mijenty shall by his OrJer in
In consequence' of the above changein high road'for easy transportation, ,from incident to a protracted existence, he recounts Council. in any cas": deem it expedient to
: the departure :>>the mail-this paper the head of navigation of the river GoazacoalcoBto the tenderness and submission of grunt tlie, whole! or any of such privilege
will he published Thursday morning the Pacific and Tehuantepec. the rising generation of a former age. to the ships' of any f:)'ei{.i cp'i;nrir, il.
o in future. A town shall also be established and garrkoned Shall we find the influence of ancient though the conditions aforesaid shall! not

.. and, until this oan be completed, manners and customs prevailing over the in all respects be filled by such foreign
E.rports PenacfJa.y the politeness a temporary.road shall be opened. '.. chastened intellect of professional learning country."
of It. Mitchell and 'Geo. w. Barkley The bar of St. Francis Tehuahtepec ; ana through the'various grades of And ir hiving been represented in tar
Esquires, we have been fat f ored with the shall'be improved for the facility' of thecoasting domestic life, and be either offended or L'r.};, by the L'jrdi'of the Co n nitte- ;rPIOi'j.
find it likewise realizedin Co'incil fur Traie, that nothing hiss
following statement of the exports from trade in the South Sea. The surprised if we !
this Port, during the 'earendiliS' the 30tU General Government-in'concert with the the Christian devotee ? Surely not. been done by the American Governmentfor
ult. State of shall establish a 'f'awnon We should as soon look for a total revolution bringing; the Commerce of the Unite
1,803 Hairs Cotton. in human nature as 10 suppose States within the terms of that Act-I ini
the banks of the bay of Tilema, near
190,000 Feet sawed Lumber, that bar. that the common mind is different now, commanded bv their Lordships to desire
C05.000 Bricks, from what it was during the wars of tile )}l'ou will give directions that the ports of
857' Cedar Logs, A law of Congress, passed 13th August crusaders in the land of Palestine nil our WesMndh Possessions, and of thestand
1,299 Ox Hides 1826, ofi'ers to foreigners who The invention of printing, and the diffusion [ of \e\vfiJllnJlanll, may be close
118 Hales Deer Skins, choose to establish themselves on the of letters has done something to against iheshipnmerofthc United States,
]U II hds ditto, Territory of the Mexican nation, securi harmonize tUe social compact but the from and after the 1st December next.I .
23 Bas rds Tallow, ,ly.for their persons and property ; provided same intolerance with regard to religious am, &c.
they submit to the laws of the coun- i enthusiasm J. C. HERRIES.CofllrrusvonTs .
:; do. Hees' Wax, tenets still exists ; the same ,
5 do. Otter Skim, tl the same bigotry, the same zeal whicVi! Customs
There are now in Store & in the country y.The object of this law, is that the marked the footsteps of Catholic inquisitors The London Price Current of A-ijuit
about six hundred and fifty hale old land, not belonging to private individuals ; of Calvin and the reformers, of 23d says: -"The improvement in cam-
crop Cotton.and about five hundred bales iur to any corporation, may be settled. Jlobespeire, and of Archbishop Land ; merce remains steady. The account'
have been shipped from Appulachico'.a! It is provided accordingly that in es- and must of necessity exist until the promised Fro n all the ports of the Continent continue

and St Andrew's Hay last year, from ablishii'.g 'rules, the several' Slates shall reign of the Messiah. favorable a3 to the revival of tie!

which places: it had previously been take cure not to include any lands within Viewing the extravagant devotion of trade.
shipped to this Port. This shows that, twenty leagues of the frontiers, unless the Wesleyan proselytes in this way, The London Traveller of"the 16th his
although the export exhibits I lens cotton vith the special approbation of the Exc- much of its apparent fanaticism can be & lot, accour.t of thi blow( up h \Y if;-

this year than last, yet there has been a utive: of the National Government.No .naliatetl, if not entirely! reconciled. Looking street, wliio'i consi'lered u aff.'Ctinj
considerable increase. It. is supposedthat upon man with an equal philosophiceye the whole United States.
tax shall be required of new -com-
four thousand bales will be broughtto as holding a place or composing' a Jjvc"fnot. stnsr-2>.--There hn D:t':1
market this ye\r. ers.: until after four years from The the pronulgationof link in the chain of being, we come properly a good: demand for Cotton the last fi'cdtt
this law. ( State of'era
to enquire into his habits his appetites which holders have met freetYltJL'It
Cruz have extended provision for
J\ew Military Station.-Capt. FKATJCIS his passions and their various influence week prices.
L. DADE and Lieut., J. U, SIIAW, of the t6n seur8.) upon his actions. This is certainlythe From the ationul rnleliI nct1'.
4th Regiment U. S. Infantry, with :i com Congress shall not rrohibit strangers noblest of enquiry for th* Natural On the authority of private letters
pany of soldiers left this place on Wednesday Vom establishing themselves in Mexico Philosopher, it is our proper study, and tam the National Joarn.d states that "Comma
last, in the Schooner Florida for lefore the year 1840.unless necessity requires persuaded that a thorough investiga the mouth of Suwannee, for.the purpose it. tion of this subject A'ould give us more lischarge of his o.Dcial duties as 'Cora?
of commencing a station at that point No one person shall be allowed to affection for each other, more charity for nander in Chief of the Department ,an3gnldron.
and building barracks'; the Governor posses* more than one league: square of faults, and not only make us wiser, but .' 'The Naval admiaistntionf '
e ? in compliance with a request from the hose lands. happier through the journey of life. Mexico is quite different from ours:

people of Alachua,having requested thata The new inhabitants shall not be altiwcd From what has been advanced, I wouldnot it is divided into two Departments, East
Military establishment should be made lo ttansfer their property in mort be understood to offer the slightest unl West, or rather, Atlantic and Pacific
there, asa restraint upon the Ind.ans and main., objection: the rdigion taught in the The duties of Com. Hotter are of a mixed
to prepare for defence in case of neces New Testament ; oh no 1 would hug it : character, somewhat like that of the
Ii t)". Whoever shall become possessed of to my heart, as the mariner does the last Secretary of the Navy and CoutnandJPif
my land!, under the provisions of this plank of the sr.atU-red barque, when : the Squadron. There are JuaUs to
U. S. Ship John w-idam'R- omittedto law,shall lose his right if he reside out of thrown defenceless'on the surging ocean. ateml to duties similar to those of our

notice at the proper time, that the the 'territory of the Itepublic. 1 would fix, my last hopes upon it, when Cavy Commissioners at which he pre
X funeral honors directed by the General- A law of the Legislature of Vera Cruz this transitory scene i* fading from my lide.H lie has alto the immediate Mjerintendence -
Orders issued from the Navy Department pro"ides, that a town shall be established view and boundless eternity i is opening [ of Navy Yards, ant the'
on the 7th and 10th of July, to the memories on the site ol the old Village of on my astonished senses ; 1 ask nothing retaliation of the ports in" the Gulf to6.
of JOHN ADAMS and'J'IIO.VAS J Innti }:spirilu>Santo on the banks of the river more thin it will afford me in time, and Harbor Masters oeing olBcers of the Nary
Y, were paid by the United btales' Ship ([ioazacoalcos-that grants of land, be ho, better escort to the presence of the and also under his Command. 5Contrador
JOIIN ADAMS, Wilkinson Esq. Commander tides the spot for his dwelling in'1 Town, Eternal. General is an officer that answers
on the 9th of October, being the hall be made to every person who shall 'in'closing this communication, 1 would in some respects, to the Fourta
day alter her arrival at Ibis Port, by firing remove to one of the new towns to be e- observe, that I am not influenced by any Auditor' of the Treasury, and stems at
., twenty one minute guns at 12o'clock, and rccted bn the banks of that "n"erwith hostility to any denomination of ckrist .any, Lhe head of the Purser's lepttment,
during the week succeeding, by wearingher in exemption from taxes for ten years. on the contrary I look on them as one who are all called Contractors: he is !'A
flags at half mast. Hut they shall be obliged to employ great family, differing in rb-m but not in in the character of Navy agent sM ts*

--..- themselves, under fair retribution, to facilitate practice 1 have offered this speculation member of the Economical Junta, or.
The Quarantine Regulations of this the cfficial communications ot the as an apology for.the license ufa camp- may be styled Navy Commissioner.
Ie Port cessfcd on the 25th inst. for the seu- Government and improve the navigation meeting if an apology is necessar)'. If aflTords! a sort of outline of the }1CJ1C11TJ.Yal

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... i.kr1 :ht".21'itfom -JosCPU P. WI! CATK, Tlsq is elected a ,itvn; t4me'Wanted =
,, ,-". 1'.". ( "* 820 REWARD
ktta, .gel Uepresentati: to the 2Jlh Congress.from ,
t\te' .
I 1)tl,(' ,,'.CONTRA CT will be e'otered'inta. i
. orter 'uIM embar in a few. Lincoln district, in Maine to succeed the e lOon, 1'. lIE\V Ann ofTw nty Dollars win
u as acceptable proposalsshall
ilt'n. K. Hcanicic who declined a re tleclion. &$. be givenfor information, as to the
fur United State: be made buslieU j
tFcet lbc : ,forlupplyilg 7,000
Journal. person who has injured two horses in
l p. Gazette. possession
J % of Shell Lime of the best quality. It is
The following list of the menbcriPlenipotentiary of the subscriber; by stabbing and '
Philac/lMfI .9nrora. to be delivered at the Navy Yard, as required :
fry theof of the of.Puna cuttin! them ; the reward will be paid to
6 Congress
the United State! hasiient ? where it will be subject to the usual -
. ..... ;( c-" is the informant on conviction ofthevillain.F. .
II' pr'IJ instructions to the Scents.rrtI'h rm: given ia the ,Hultimore American : inspection, and for which paymentwill

:l 1..,.-'.."V. tn alopt measures, in conS Jllinttter Plenipotentiary of the Congress. be made as it is inspected and deli T. S. Chapman.Pensacola -
IUlthorltlt1 nf Nova ecd. 19th October 1826,'
rt" the"British Fo- Colombia Sriior Gin, who left
ecrt..' that the perpetrators of the muroft Acapulco on the 16th inst for Sle ico.S'flor \Samuel R. Overton

*, | '-con board the schooner. nrizeno returned to his govern. List of lifcttfcUSjREMAINING
J\favy .IIgent.
itt 'ivbeinefililv br-niRhtto I ,ICt". '
IUS ment with the treaties.! .
*'* : Zhms en.Tflfrv 7 in the Post Office at Pen-
; :&nbenodnubtnfthe authorities, anti For Pent.-Sen or Tudela. who will Pensacola. 19th Oct., 1826. SNO'IUCE. the 30th of September,
Of die above arrive at Acapulco in S or 10 d.ys. Sennr "
.tlOn 1826 within three
if taken
4'J'fA will speedily be sent to ; which not out
culprits Vidaurre returned his with
that the. Cur toad : ur.rfoanil to ijoveruiuent months, will be forwarded to the Gene -
States ; the! treaties. 'fl HK Copartnership heretofore existJL .
*i the of the ;i al! Post Office, as Dr Letters
undergo big under tf.efirm of Stone & NisI .
ffli'v1lf I for Gllatemn1St' Larnzilnla, dtsolved ft. -W. I... Browning, Lawrence Barwyline .
bet. w.this day by mutual con
who comes with our Plenipotentiaries. [ Those who indebted thefirm 2, H. L. Browning 2, F. G. Beatty,
A .*afwiifl* TntelKgmcer.ir sent. are
From f Senor Molina returned with the treaties i John J. Barry, H. M. llrackenridge 4,
that the following per. will please make immediate
nn.lrrstand pay-
> for Holland. The minister will Francis W. Brady 2, D. Brandy, Wm. J.
been inTit c1. hy the Secretary meat to P. H. Nisbet and those who have
,tI"'havto the Do'r.111111 is iibout asMn by way of Vera Cruz. any demands will be paid on presentation. Barrett, Sarah P. Beeler, William Bontt

f\ :' this City, for the purpose of For En,!,.,nd.-The minister will not ASAI'll STONE, Mariane Bonifay, Antoine Balderas, F --
hlin2 Gabriel Bertrand Francisco Bo
Bouquic, ,
:'e! And renort'infr a system" of arrive until November. By hil.1tt'nlIS.C GIBSON,
,uniting r.al, Heirs of Raphael Bedar.C.John .
"fstalrw and Artillery; Exercise, fur the The St. Augustine Herald states that: F. U. Msbet. Cromwell, James S. Cosby 2,

u e of the' )hlitia. -11. the wreckers are coming to their senses, October, 18, 1826. )Wiel Colauhoun 2, J. N. Coxe, Augustus -
Cienr& W. H. 'Sr.Muf, of Massa- andre about to have recourse to the Admiralty Canneld, Jeremiah Clark.D. .

,,Idtll. Courts for the adjustment of their United States of America .-Isaac Chauncey :Days, Thomas
-I'r.cf\tr.L1' C.&DALL..mr.n, of Peftnsyl"fen 1- salvage: and intend to transact their business District West Florida Dillard, Jacob Drummond 2, Sergl. Don-

at St. Augustine, instead( of Key nf ss. ica, Joseph Olivier Devervn, Joseph De-

aa J}. DAvn-t,of North (' irnlina.General Wes. WHEREAS; a, libel hath been filed wees, Lewis Uarden.E.Antonio .
D.Mc: Anrituu, of Ohio. Nrto Orleans, .,iuff. 20. trict Court of the United Escovar.

\,J(1ill"; to the above, generals! SCOTT Gambling--The following is a copy of States, fur West Flcrula, on.the 7th day -Alex.. O. Fowler, Saml. Fry.

,J'hCO'll1. r Colonel, KUSTIS, TAYLOR, an endorsement on a 20 bank note, of October 1826. bj Capt J. Wilkinson, G.-William Green 5, James M. Green

JI aaCrrtea 1 ; MajnrSorccoand Lieut. lately received by a person in this place ; commander of the United States' Ship 3, Jacob Gakill, Jas. H Gale: 2, Adeline

,ant Toot nf the Army : and the 1 "This is the last note of$10,0001ost at, the John Adams. against some Log.wood, Graay, Hazard Green, P. C. Green & Co.
will be complete.' Gen. CAIIWALLAli gambling in the City ofew Orleans. supposed to be ten tons, being a part of H -John N. II amble ton 11, Robert

I bas already tirrived.1Itr.EurEVittt. M iy he or they into whose hands it next the cargo of the sloop Caroline", and Handy William F. Hooe 2, GeorgerW.HoUins. .
)1 Oct. 3. falls turn it to better account than did. her tackle and apparel, stating that. the .

dary line -The running of the I). A. M." s.id sloop was descried at sea, by the I.-Benj. Inglesby, James P. Innerarity -

RSVK Line between Georgia :1I1+1 Alarina P J'lr1'The law pf the State of Mis-, said commander of the Jahn Adams in 2. '

Boundary WaR by the Commissioner sou'i for the punishment of perjury appears latitude 20, 23' north, and longitude 81 J.-Benj. James, Robert Jordan 2.
on the i3. on Tuesdaythe graduates the punishment by the west-she was without Master or Cre\v, K.-Alfred E. Kennedy. Kingsley,

19th !llt< Tbose entrafceil In tat! standard of what is due to the particular nor was any person found onboard. Two John W. King.L.Allen .

Insinpss have returned to their} respective crime, from which the accused attempted small slips of paper, constituted the only Lightfoot, Samuel Lowry,

homes:-and it is worthy of remark, that to discharge the person on whose trial document which was discovered in the G. Loomis, H. (:. Logue.

accident occurred to any,of' them du- he was s'\orr. A person ot the name of sloop, giving simply an account of her M.James: Maples 2, Charles C. Macy,

: rJn 1,0 hole of their absence-nearly John llrewer was lately tried and convicted name, and Uilliam Ritchie Master, with 2, John Matheny 2, Albert S. Miller, A- I
? .
three months. All the tales of Indiannsi&tance at .Vt Louis, for perjury committed the Custom: House certificate of her having ruerica Muller-, Emeli Monbren John M.

and Indian vengeance, have: on the ria! of Patrick: Saye fur the cleared fur different places during McCarty, Walter A. McConchie, S.

been proven to be utterly unfounded.' murder of James Itedd't. His counsel b July a iid August. The cargo,tackle, Meadway, John McCall, Charles Mifflin,

H)' both the Creeks and Cherokees, but endeavored to save his client from sentence md apparel were conveyed to this City George Miller, Fmdley McCaskill, Ito.beet -

by the Cherokee especially, the Com- by a legal exception the indict- adjudication, and are now in custodyof Mulligan, John McGce, Samuel '

missioners &c. were kindly and ho pita men', burin vain The criminal was sentenced the law. Mercer.
In obedience to the above libel) and
suffer William Ni.cob.
b'r tr:atC'ct. to death. Midshipman Nailer -
the ol'eranc.l: monition of the Court thereon -
'The line extends from Nickajack to 'I he oldest warrior in the JJ"orM.- .
undei the hand and seal thereof to
Miller's{ Ilend-the most Western bend There is now li\'ini.'in Edgarton, Mass. me directed and delivered P.--Charles 11. Poor3, George Pendle-

MI tie Chattahoochie river, and has been the oldest warrior now in the world, ton, Francis Joseph Pescatore, E. Prig, ,
run on the responsibility of Georgia slot e. Capt. Peter Pease. He was a cabin boy I do Hereby Give Notice, William Pinkney 2.De5iderio .

the representatives of Alabama helicv in the fleet which went with General to all and singular, every person, or persons ti.- Q.fma.U. .

'rg;that this line is not the one intendedhvtlic Peperell, at the taking of Cape Brenton, _interested in the said cargo, tackle .-Hamilton E. V. Robinson 3, Robert -

!: articles: of cession, refused to co- in 174 i. He has his reason, and is ableto and apparel l, that they appear before the Ritchie Daniel le Roy and Co. 2, Pete f

pru'{.-The course that the Governnirnt walk a mile wkhdut resting. Court aforesaid, at the Court House in Kodrague, William D. Roberts, George

: of Alabama: will pursue in relation Long Island Patriot. l Pcnsacolu, at the next term thereof then Reilly, Mentor Rogers, Nathan Ramsay,

to it remains to he seen. .. ---J and there to interpose their claim for the LCJuise-Uecio.

The intercourse\ : Detwrm tIn Inc.renati'"es ( :5"V> l1t.-A premium. nf Ten s3' e. and' _make. .. their allegations in that S.-William Smith 3, Thos. StansleyS,
of the two States was of theuin't Dollars, will be given, by the Kdilor; of beli U: Phillip[ Sundford, Khas Stocksdvle, Sa-

courteous character: and they sepa- the Pensacola Gazette for the best poetical -- Wm. Sebree, bele Sentenne, Francis Stone, Enerante

ratul.fcincertly regrettintr their inability address for the Carrier of this paper; Mcrshal lY. J. Souchet, Joseph Sierra, .1. F. Smith

g to agree on the bubjict of their mission. for the approaching New Year; which Pensacola-, Oct. COth.2 826343t. John Shipper, William Smiley, PierceG
Journal shall be presented on or before the fifteenth Small, Jesse:: Stroud Joseph R. Smith.

t ,Ti7r
ttional Surveyor* returned to Milledge :\a-rs\\\\s 8ale. brink 2, James Thamour, J. B, Triplett 2,
Tillman 2 John A. Turley
t ille during the past week, having been .d iT virtue of an order or decree of the Charles ,Rob't. Thomas. ,
IN Achilles Thompson,
"I"", dlitipcdby threats from completing their saga Hon H. M. Brackenridge judge of V. David 6.
i'livtjb, h)' the In ims. 1,..13 the United States District Court of the W.--J. Wilkinson 2, William C. Whit-
\\' District of Vest Florida and .
understand the have
e Surveyors agreeablyto
tie 2, Thomas 1'. Webb 2, John T. Wallace
: been sent back, and protection afforded l]] YS a monition i issued:<< by the Clerk of said Charles Wilson, Washington,

them, &o as to enable them to complete $) Court, aid to me directed, I shall expose John M. Wright.

their Surveys.-Jtetoirter.Nun r to sale, and will sell, to the highest bidder -
FOLK, October rt.. oi i'etlsia.colti. fur cash,on Monday 30th day of October W. Hasell Hunt.

lIra 1..', Returning.We have great sj\- -- _:' inst.at the Court House in the Cityof Pod Matter.
t)!'if..rholin I stating, fur the information ARUIVED. Pensacola, about Ten Tons of Leg- Pensacola 2d Oct. 1826.-33--3t.

(,four Citizens both present absent, wood being :i matt of the Cargo of theSloop *
iO. U S .
Oct. Schr. Plorida.
Transport "
tS that the result of our inquiries justifiesthe "Caroline, and also her tackle MAIL ARRANGEMENT.
Tampa BayPasaenreraCap.taut
assurance. that there hive: been and apparel consisting of Masts, Yards,
k new cases ct'the Malignant Fever within U M Sands, U S Army, Lady and Main' Boom and CarT: sails anchors, cables :Florida Mail. ii
child and Lieut. Me Call U. S.A.
5-5x.5M the last three) das, either in the infectedlintrtct halyards, blocks, and lags. This

5t au designated!, or any other part ENTERED. properly was taken from the Sloop UE every other Monday at 12 o'clockM.

.>f tIt tows, and that those who bite Oct :21-Schr John Richards, Spillman, "Caroline" aud conveyed to this City for Closes the following Tuesday

R N been etiffiriii; ;;' under the disease are fri :\. Alexandria via St. .1/arks. adjudication, and is ordered to be sold], at 12 o'clock M. '

% convalescent. or have resumed their CLEARED.Oct as appears by libel filed in the Clerk's All other Mails.
lit CLl ,1O! eed at'OCatto11'-Beacon. OiSce of said Court on the 17th day of
21-Sloop Hurissa, Wilson, New.
'g lie : October inst. against the cargo, tackle, Due every Tuesday at 6 p. M.
epteubcr'Ferin of the Harrison: Orleans, 9000 bricks by M. Bonit y.
f:rant commenced
at Cvniliiana Brig John Marshall, Drummond], lilakeiy commciice' M: o'clock A. M. .
el'l inndat'the 11th -
iust. Isaac II. Dcfiia'bcase .
: \\-is called aid William Sebree. NOT
; continued to ,
Schr Plulippa, Ralderas, St Andrew'sBay I
j Match next. The cause of continuance; with assorted Cargo by E Merlet. Marshal W. F. .. ., of the POH
vjisthe absence of lY the instn :+-:
sonic material M tntswsatid Pensacola Oct. 20th 1826-34-2t
the mabHitof$ the I'ns'rtier; to 24-Schr John Richards, Spillman, Ill 9 Master Gene I ,.,,- h, '.' :,'ir

tttr.cl at the bar of the Court. Heat Tampa Bay assorted cargo by D E Uurch of the Post Mas,\ .. put ,. ; \ :

x. ledges one of the tavern in the town. Qr. Master USA and J C and C C Virginia State Lottery. all letters whicl .. tieg.o; ')'ed ,, :'

x.i Ir.J'iI13f.71. .Ky...\,r.lmCI'.cCll.. Keyser. CL.4SS FOUR- Post Office one haij /tour beforetime tucj4..:..

s We It-am that Isaac it. Destia has been SAILED.Oct To be drawn at Jjichmoiid, on the 6th D,:. of closing tlie Mail. Tile undersigned i

fat hailed out of prison and taken tu his ( 2S---11 S Transport Schr:. Florida cembert 1826. cannot responsible for the detention
a. in the
of those letters, which are not put
1.htt'i rehidt-uce in 11iF5on (;OUIltThis Baker, uwanee ; having on board a SCHEME. mentioned but

course uas determined on, we suppose, Company of the 4th: Re ;t. U S Infantry: 1 prize of20,000 1 prize g2,910 office as early as of above accommodating; the 4
Imleisberetufore: : under the command of C P. L I being desirous
t'\.incingrnadaposttIun pt. Dude. 1 do, of 10,000 12 do. of 1.000 he will mail
in his
totscpf, and his weak anti helpless coilt UP FOIL TillS POUT. 1 do. of 6,000 18 do- of 500 public, as as power, before the .
tui; ai is f from 24 lo. of 200 all letters which are deposited
4 >nig his wound. The tate 1 flu. of 5,000 I (
'n.lLe M Philadelphia Sept. 21SchrsVa- Packet in which they are to go,...s actual.
sated the of 1 do of 4,000 &c. &c. &c.
expense maintaining
and verly and Robert liurns.it Iy closed. The Northern Mail, beingthe
: ulinir line anlonger, but it is evih Whole Tickets g5,-Halves S2 50 the
d JVw fork Ort S. .New Schr. roost important, will always be
tnt 1 a stretch of Cpnst.ti'itional; pu\\'crto .-. Quarters S1 25.
bail tim, Tile Constitution ta\'s-That Splendid, Js. L. Day Master. ; to sail on '.-> Orden for tickets; in the above Lotteryor last made up.

4'J PIIWI.CIS shall be bailable by Mifiicient the.. 20ih October.- ( any oth progressing,) accompaniedwith W. Hasell Hunt.

l'e securities, except ftrc(/'utal of tncet :>.'.cn the cash, will be received and forwarded Poll Xadd%
Ftfi tviikut '('31lm'Ji ngreut.n. ." Niles' Weekly Register. by "
\ 10, Sec. 16.-7Jci W. Hasell Hunt Pen cc1a, Oct. 2, 1826.-33-tf.
Twenty Volumes of'the above valuable .
PI.tto Jons AMI>::ISOX. \\ :>[. nt-aLEic, and work will be Raffled, if the chances .JJgent fir rates and Jlclntyre of II athinfton .

l SIIJl.&GUI:, Lave been re-elected can be sold within a short time. City* ynd J. / Cohen jr. and !?;'t... Coasting ,1anifests,

epresentatives to dngrcss f"uuhe! The scheme is at the Pcnsacola! Bock tl.ers of Jicaliniore: ? and.Vafolk. -

.tl.C tit yJvirc...:1Gt' Jnt. .. Stol'-Jcnf.col:12S*.h October l?:f:> 1)11"1... .. '.!,. "..........w..,...,...... _'( :15 For Sate at this.O.f CC. .
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MEW PR OP OSALS. 'FOR 3ALEUOCSfc&LVVT '" It must be oVvious to erejy one, thatan Pont, and author of the 'tJ1;n
/i.- r establishment so extensive, cannot be Northern and Middle Sute"t':if or t
Stone, Brick and Lumber supported without' an immense 'expenditure Esq., WeU-Chester county& the'Jzi

Wanted.jVnvywffenf to meet which, the Proprietor depends ed Professor Mitchell,Dr. -ark II L
on Government Street in much on the sales which are madeof Her.. Mr. Schaeffer, C. a.. Jlo-.L..u; et
4th'f October OJSce, 1826.5? SITUATED of Pensacola-the Lot ISknown' the various productions. John Aspinall, Esqrs., 'and Ca

Pen cela will, he received and pri in the plan of the City as number The collections of Fruits, fan the most SmithofNew.Yurk: Col. Georg l

PROPOSALS entered into at of- 282 and contains 80 feet 11 front by 170 celebrated kinds,is at prevent equal to cf Sunswick; ; Dr- Vande., ,f1.r. cl
my in the world and the several) department bush Henry Pope, .
Esq. *
deep. any ; ; of
... lice of
for the following materials l
&" ;IY ;
wharf Cummaad- ALSO FOn LEJISR of hardy Ornamental Trees and Capt, Ebbets, of ; ; ;
for building UUcksmith's a and roast for ten years,the TWO and Plants, Bulbous Flowers, Greenhouse laRd *-by all or whom seedipt '&
ant' House shop,
STORY HOUSE Plants, &.C.. &c.( are exceeded by have bern politely eontribut d !
vit. \ ,
house, at the NaTy'Yard j Q tt few. it has also been a consideration of would perhaps h are been imw k t
; & KITCHEN built
suitable for the i by
5852 ol Stone, 7
have obtained from
sub&lantial and the late -1:01. Win.-. particular interest wiih the Proprietor, other 1OUrea.III to
construction permanent B
situated half mile North East of and one which must equally interest every With all his Botanicthe
wharf. 'It is to be of the best quality King, a a.J'
o. that can be procured in this section of tM City uf Pensacolat'together, with the American, to concentrate as far as pos Proprietor solicits a frequ
sible all the course, and from 111tf.
Lot of indigenous vegetable\ pro- requests! them
country, and to be delivered of a size most er!!
actions of our own country, as everything formation respecting new dIscoT faa.
r for convenient which it and is intended desirabefortlte purposes 'I XcUiD M doubly interesting when emanating the diversified interests of the i'1IId

560,000 Bricka,9 inches lonjj, 4$ wale; on which it stands; as much of the rent from a region, the riches of whose and Horticultnrist. Every lUehot&ni
to be the'houseas flora ba.been hut partially developed to will be cheerfully reciprocated
2jdo. thick nnd of the first quality, appropriated to finishing
260,000 feet of assorted lumber,superficial maybe necessary. For term and the world,=md in this he has been second activity is the very essence of and ll

or board measure, for the above bricks further information enquire of Cu!. JOMWUK ed by many gentlemen of Botanic taste ment, and of the dissemination ofk '*'
throughout our Republic. ledge, such intercourse will 1 oo '
buildings, must-be of yellow pine, of LA Hr,' Pensacola. coo "
the first quality-and gotten out agreeably Pen cola.29th.gust, 1826-27tf Catalogues: of the whole collection may with |that promptitude and ;;

to the rxHCt Dimensions given in the FOR SALE. be obtained in almost every capital city which characterize the, general. .-! -
bill! which will furnished. 'The agent in Europe and South America, and in the tiorw ofthe establishment.

reserves the power of increasing or reducing different .cities and large towns of the William Prince

the quantitieaand qualities of the HOUSE United States, where agencies: have been C. w1( of the Linnaan .\'Qciet1oJ* .
lumber at any time before closing the established ; or by direct application of tIe Horticultural Society oj .
contracts. the Proprietor, by mail or otherwise; of the Imperial Societu of L01tkr atIl1:4
All the above materials to be:'delivered situated on Uoroana Street in the City of and he -will be gratified to receive the at Florence, &.c. the orltf

at the Navy: Yard, Pcnsacola The Pensacola, together with the patronage of those whu may wish to for

periods of deliver will be'iixed in the ward orders for the various productionsof CANTOXMIRT BROOKS ,

contracts, for which a roasonable time l\a\t\ol of liauil the establishment. FLORIDA July 1st, 1825. f

will be allowed. They will,be subject to of lut with Gentlemen of science and lei- Jl WILL receive proposals till
on Which it stands, being half Lot the
the usual inspection by the officers of the number 190 and containing forty feet sure the Proprietor desires also to cultivate 4& ensuing, to furaisb, Jnof !

yard, and immediate payment will be front on said Roniana Street by one bun. an intercourse of.a different nature, the United State, Army, that ,arffJtJp!
made for them a! delivered, upon evidence dred and feet in depth. and solicits the attention of those who may be stationed at Cantonment Hcrwith
being produced at this office of the For terms seventy&c Apply to reside in distant places to contribute to fresh beef from the 1st < YOrike

delivery and inspection. Itivas. the establishment, by sending him such STY, 1827, to include the 31st day or?
:Ma. Moreno Vda.
Dond, with approve' security, will be Seeds of the most interesting Trees and cember, 1827. *
required fort he faithful execution of the Pensacola, 7th Sept. 1826- 7tf.No'i'ICE Plants, -as can be obtained in their respective The beef will be reqHiredto be
contracts, for the supply of the Brick and localities. Hoots also of rare vrred to.the troop in two d&y.sa to.

Stone. ; Bulbous Flowers, especially those Avhlch week" (the dayto be designated)ia IS1quantity
0:/*The Office will be open for receiving GTpHE undersigned having been orderUL .are natives of warmer climates will be as shall be required forV sacs

proposals, until contracts are made edGY the lion. the ounty ourt of particularly acceptable, and br being lions on.each d:.}'. And I deemitrPRr-:

for the supply of all the materials required Escambia-.County, to administer on the packed in close boxes, filled with fresh sary to apprise ti ne who ''jay cbo.t,

; and the agent will, at any time whenan Estttes.of" J II FLI&N, /JOMINGO sand, may be transported with perfect offer to contract for the supply, that th
acceptable proposition shall be ;made, GOtfZ.fliEZ & F1UN ISO HEJI4O, safety. These contributions the Proprietor beef will be requited to be of the bar:

enter into a contract for furnishing a, partor Intestates who have died leaving property proposes to fully reciprocate by a re. which the market can afford,and panicu:;

tke whole. in this Territory" ; turn of such Plants and Seeds as may be jar attention must be had to the wulca .

Samuel R. Overton. Hereby Bequests deemed most interesting and acceptableto ing thereof as! a rigid inspection ofitwf;[

32tf. Navy] rnf. all persons having demands against the them., always be made.

The Mobile Commercial Register will estates of the said Intestates to presentthe To this friendly interchange'proposed Person offering to contract,win majj

please publish the above tf. same immediately.and those indebted to the world at large, ho solicit particu their proposals in writing, sealed and di.
tu the same to:-make payment forth larly the attention of persons living in the rected to me at this place, stating the
LOST.A with to more remote regior.s of the United States. rite per pound,in a single bid for thickthey
All contributions will be will furnisn and they shall be A
POCKET Book containing, among : W. Haiell Hunt acknowledged formed of the
in the Catalogues published annually, :: acceptance of their prtnals :':-
for Dollars

papers, a Sixty Deputy for either
Col. Noriega, dated and all varieties of fruits thus presented, by letter from, or on ipeisoui
given by Joseph M. Crupper ClUc.Fcnsacola Application to, me at Cantonment
which shall new and valuable, shane Drool-
2d Sept. 1826 and payable to the sub prove '
scriber, sixty days afterdate. All personsare 2-Uh August 1826-26-8t perpetuated by the names given them on day above montioned.

hereby cautioned against trading for by the contributors. Those persons who John Page, Lt..inrl.llllt ,
said note as payment will be made only Linn an Botanic Garden. reside in remote parts of the Union Com.ofSubiittenct.

to .1\t'U-York, 7 where intercourse i* difficult, can enclose NOTE-No proposal will be recletel
1 such Seeds as are small,and forward them ;After the 3 ht of October, 1826. 18-18ti
Gilbert Vanera&urgh.Icnsacola .8ttgvat 1826. 5QTIXIIIS ,
by mail : and such as are more bulky.
4th October 1836-3a: tf. t establishment-commenced about can be put in a tight box, and sent to the By the })President the :Unit
of the last is _
the middle
A ,
: *? century cure of any Agent of the establishment.The .
Medical College of South already, well known for The great extentof proper season for the transport States.

I Carolina. its Botanic acquisition, as well in Exotic ion of Fruit and Ornamental Trees and Ir pursuance of Law, I, Josj QTTJIT

rg''f IE Lectureswill be resumed in this and Native Fruits, of all the various' tlants, is the months of October November U ADAMS, President of the.United Suta
kinds, ati for its large collection 06f'TreePl .; and December and also March and
Q. Institution on the second Monday of ; of America do hereby proclaim and tate
Rcvember next, as follows : nts and Flowers calculated- ornament April ; for Hulbuus Flowers, sucbasTu known, that a Public Sale frill be held it
On .lnatorny.-Uy John Edwards Holbrook !- only : and the Proprietor feeling lips, Hyacinths, &c. the proper periodis the Land Office at Tallahassee, b'Wat
anxious still farther to its ad-
'I. l). promote July to November; Greenhouse Plantscan I Florida on the third Monday in Jamjar,
.;'.lIrg'y-amel Ramsay M. D. mencement, and to extend its intercourseand be packed so as to be transmitted at 1827, for.the disposal of the.Lands: ,sit;-

Institute*and Practice of.) fedicine-- usefulness, deems the present mo almost any season ofthe year.I etc in the District of Lands offered fa

Samuel H. Dickson M. D..Materia.WedieaHenry. ment peculiarly propitious, when so many cannot conclude prefatory remarks sale at Tallahassee, and in:tie towns
both are making my
per&onsof! sexes Uotany
] R. Frost M. D.Qbftttrict hereafter: designated, vii-
the of their investigation and stu without acknawledtiugmy.olligratiuns ;
; subject
and the diteatft'Of Women nodInfants. Fractional tf1 a--l "\
townships ,
to solicit the attention and aid of to a number gentlemen tor their
.-Thomas C Prioleau M. I). ; north of No. 2, west a
of science and taste throughoutthe polite contributions! to this establishment, Range ,
Chemistry and Pharmacy.--Edward Ra- persons world. especially to Professor Thouinc1lJ1ini Fractional township No.2, north of i

.- .vend M. D. The Botanic Garden, which covers an trator of the Royal Gardens at Paris; to Range No.2, west, :i

NaturalJiltory and Botany.-Stephen extfltt'Of about thirty acres,together with Professor Boc, Inspector of the King'sGarden : Fractional townships No 2 And 3 r
Elliott. L.L. D. Paris to F. north of Range No-3, west, ;
'the capacious Green and Ilot-houses attacked at the Luxembourg, ;
E.-Geidings M. D.-Dtmonrtrat of thereto, contains above eight thousand J. Lain, of Switzerland ; to Octavien Fractional nihlps No. 2 and 3 1

inatomy, species >> varieties of Trees and Targioni Tozzetti, Professor of Botany north of Range No. 4, west, g0

J. E. Holbrook, Plants; and from its being the most extensive and Agriculture at Florence, Italy ; Wm. Fractional township No.2,north of o.

51-St. the Dean of Faculty : in America, and forming t4te .II. Krause, Esq., of the Island of St. Range No. 5, west, =;
source of distribution of thousands: ofEx- Croix"; Howard, Marsh & Co., of the Island Fractional township No..3,WM :,

TO LET, otic and Native productions annually to of Madeira ; Thomas Nuttall, Esq lUnge No. 5, west, u
No 2 and 3,
f\ BRICK YARD yell fitted, the enauoyment every part of the world, and to every Professor of Botany at Cambridge University Fractional townships whiejuding
) of which may be Jaid State in the Union ; it may be justly considered and author of the .I Genera of north of lunge No 6, west, J the

immediately. It is situated on the bay, as a National Inttilutitu. American Plants ;" Professor Dewy, of the Country adjacent to

five miles from Petmcola, at the plan- The location of this Garden may also Williametown College ; the Hon. Jona- town of Quincy.
tation anciently called on all accounts be considered, the most than llunneu-ell, the lion..John Lowell, Also, townships No.5, 4 and 5, oct&
States and Nathan of Uoston ; Ur. of Ranges 9 10.:11 12,13 and 14 test,
La Punta Gdbaron. eligible in the Uni.ted being situated Bridge, Esq and
on an Island, which for its fertility Porter of Plainfield ; Hon. J. II. Poinsett, including the CUjpola country, patuf
For further details and the conditions Creek settlement. .
has been denominated The Eden of the and N. Herbemont Ksqw., :lnllII'I. Eliza the Holmes
- the lease, apply to the owner, onahe-- Also fractional sections No.2,3.T &
.0 Union with to the Ocean c. Cochran, of South-Carolina ; Mrs. >
a ,
or at his usual residence in Pensacola, he 21 22 23,27, 23,
tending greatly to ameliorate its climate, Louisa C. Shaw, Thomas Young, Esq 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18, ,
being daily at both.p1aces. and in immediate vicinity of the largest Capt. John Le Conte, Lewis Lc Conte, 29, 30 Rm: 31, in fractional townshipiNfl.

Carlos Lavalle commercial) in America thus John Cooper, John Watkins, and A.-G. 2, north of Range 4, east ; and fractiod

Pensacola,20th Septembcr,1826-3Otf deriving at uncefrom these various sources Jemler, tiqri", of licarg ; George sections {''to. 23, 24, 25, 26,35 and 35.11

the combined advantages climate, (iibb5, sq", of Florida! ; 1)r. Hart, of fractional township No. 3, north of Bangs
:1 ,-1' II131 & L.U fertility and of intercourse with every Missouri ; Robert u. CUi"reV, E3q ofTen- 4 east, all of v. tiich fractional sectiouW!

FOR SALE. quarter of the world.'fhisestablishment. nessee ; Robert \V. Brown, William B. bounded by the Lake Mickasukie.
( has also die advantage Meares, D. Reinhardt and John D.-Beatty, The sale to commence_ with the loftS
THIS property being bituatedom the. of not being founded on that evanescent Esqrs., of North Carolina ; General Cock, number of section, township and R Re
of the of
City fensaco.la destgnatda
basis, which so often attends iti ;hu- Ur. Norton, and Dr. Henniiig, James and to proceed in the.order <
will be sold on reasonable and accom
lions of the kind, but has been already Heron, K'liomas! H.Mitchell, and Thomas this Prrjclanation.
tnodating ,phouseis perpetuated during more than seventy Halls, Esqrs., of Virginia; Dr. Thornton, The lands reserved b.tawrortbt the
The .large TWO STOHIES year, \ulli a constanUncrease in every of Washington ; the Rev. >>r. Ue.:keivel- of schools or for other purpose, nd .

;[ HIGH, in good orderwell department, and with 5 Wry,))rospect that tier, Dr. Hillings, Dr. James Mease, Henry fractional sections bounde l.by the GC
shaded both in front and rear its continuance willbVieWfaneuf. This Pratt, Reuben Haines, and Philip II. gill line, will be excluded fronisale.; rJ

[with huge trees, and pleasantly permanence gives to all those who may ,Mattes! Esgrs., of Peiisylvania ; Joseph liven under my hind at the CIT D
A. '
situated. The Lot is eighty feet in front Zechariah Allen this 20tU day riuvour the Proprietor with contributionscfrarc Baratt, I.s'l. of Vermont: ; Washington,
and one hundred and. sixty in depth, and Plants or Seeds from distant places Esq ot Providence J. P. Bruce 1825.

has, besides the dwelling-house and the assurance that their respective I sq", of Connecticut ; J kitchen a large stable with other outhouses donations will receive such care and attention E-sq. ct'Ne xv-Jersey ; Dr.Jarecof Albany I ; -
and fine of ty the President,
a spiing water.
pure to their culture, us: will render ; James Duane, E sq and Judge Tomlinson -
the title is
indisputable. them most useful to our country mal ben. of Schenecwiy: ; Ja.neo G. T..cy.i'l George ,

Mary Le Baron. .eiicial.tothe world large, \vh:? v/I! ...:ir-_ Niagara county ; Dr. John! 'for. Commiioner ofths 5'! 1

PcDucola, 20th Sept. 1826-30- .Bt, cijtt.in their distribution, rey. t'oe:: r of Botany, 'fcc: jxt t' est. 11-.01., flm.r1 I lAnd

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