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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: November 2, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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- _._ ..... bn:\rdtnloose.! For three long weeks, Chair was taken by J. J. .1'rinit1e. Esq.
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m it : ,.! trran, lcc. .n.tt,.... .-- .' 11l ice'.1'n.rrt1e( H'/u'r'tZiJ iaf.7111Ih11I111'l' tdt; linger on tlig verge of the fiVayfi.' ,_j.ipojUts" ;hay itlg been declined by Gen.1'inckncy .
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to ( Mary IjHclair l lived Gut \few doors frommy who stated his full concur-
!11)}1(' Srnoicnts!| ()1i loquy.? CiMrmiI.Ou residence, and during that time, like rence with the object nf the meeting, but

ntt _'11!,irlc *>"' :tt :* rroll'l' men *>re ir.-iking, wfir1?:; in our hours; of eaa: b. a guardian angel, she; supplied my neces- his inability to occupy that honorable
et.in1. "Vbniit! :. parr witilit i! 'If f the w.t 7'H""rbin (''''', td hard: to p1c'acc : sities. Was there arty unusual delicacy place ; in consequence of his difficulty of

What p"r: :>,:tu\ whttcarc lhey, :Ire:' tak- !Itrn rta'n and anguish n "in: }; thc baL\, in my fend ? She waMhe kind provider. hearing, U. C Webb, Esq. was requestedto
.ne* ill"; Administering anci; I ulna Oftentimes rould she enter mv sick act as Secretar,.

li5t 1'utitn :\ M'.re \H'lfloU ut me :\:11'11"1'1! lover *.. <':h1lm! under the ch:1mber'hil t her soft eye would he- Bishop Uowen then addressed the
rcnti- I 1s s infnrnrrfvt.lNothing will Mtisfyhim : speak: the agony of her sunl.Vh11) the meeting at some length, in an appropriate *

Vt. I Ih!H'Ji'n.-; tl.< y dl ihiuk I'm thoI fltiw' that+ his. pa'-Mon i is riproc-itej exnpt burning fever would) lead my !senses :ustr.r manner, upon the general subject,
tr.cli. I 111 I n tMji"t ,1! th'ir'lrlI"l'THI' 'ronct; :i 'positive nvMiram-e from the lips of I would! imagine myself in Paradise, and stating, that although the clergymen
];r'cal;!'c'tle: ri .t S\"t'lt :m,1 "".1I'\'e IMS mis'n-ss. Hi; solicitude renlcrllu'1\! amidst a choir of benevolent angels. An- of the several denominations, who invited

iVhU'ii: shetnt :snd :ttc:-!like :i dunce! an skilful i interpreter of the languageof na llensley would .assist in her offices of the tresentassemblagP, did not expect
the (y't'. W'hkt a intercsteil !spectator benevolence, and 1 cwuld :Almost envy to effect as much as they Would desire ;
1C. I, : .erl'/r- C\f1 discover at the! first glance, rmliM ('- Stanville the possession! of the heart of yet from the importance of saving one
ojt )1 l.tt,in i- him 11.ev ore to him a perfect mystery, which such a noble and interesting girl.-} .OiJcevening valuable life, or precious soul, they would
: *!1'1 l':"'\ 'd J'fUf'l'f"" (+n. onl'fie 'I 'H1,1, I consider their exertions well
can only he solved bv a direct nathe- conjured Mary to make: me repaid by-
i>. ". V/" by, (!tniw'f" Itnn 'r/.if11'. t nitcal"solution., Thus it was with' my happy: by consenting our marriage.At ; effecting either the one or the other, and
11" Mara got; half the W0 I(1rt connnnancl.SttrrtittCS ; youthful, heart. first she ridiculed it in her usual tone, he was convinceel.lhough his hopes were ..

fJilit j't During n'y conversation tvith Miss then she seriously! endeavored tn how it> not very sanguine, that much more wouldbe
in thr /;/vjr/b? is Inrking, Pelclair, 1 wa so blinded! the ardor of impracticability, nor would she acknowledge the consequence of the present meet
-; "" 1to innermost act;mi,: :"llOIl !, : my j passion+ ; that I could notlivine her whd had possession of her heart ing./ He then mo ved the first Resolution.
SU'1\.til1", ('- in the kriirt !fif i worklnir! ; sentiments tou-ardt] rue. But now. liberated I' Why will you trouble me ? Does not 1leaohiedThat there be now formed an
And oft siws cart! from the tongue from the anxiety which agitateel; me mv father insist upon the pretensions of association, having for its objects, to lessen -
: in her presence, I had the'vanity to think Mr. Stanville ? And would I be justifiable the frequency of "welling in thi

P* perhaps: it \ac br ivn'V the C\tor)r. that..she returned my passion with equal in wedding you indirect opposition community, and the gradual suppression
orra. About mvlargr (rye! :u d IIUSTP rib, ardor," and that this was :apparent. in everyartioM. to my failNrf, wHI-?" she' then left the ofthe practice.
ct e tnd] ;':linelln,' :111'1'.1.! .; a.rh srfarv ; U is said that the finch\cs s i>f:i room, with a firm and dignified pace, and This having been seconded by the
u, For, I'm told he's thc/affar -of fibs.! lover relapses into colcI1{ (..,, ,\\'hen he perceives Anna Ucnsley! remained to pour the soft llight Rev Dr. England, was unanimously -
I reciprocation of his nttuchment. oilof, consolation intu my afflicted heart. adopted. Dr. England; : then made a

.IH1 when they came: down nn the ocean, But it was not so with me. There was Mary i is :a strange being," said she, in few observations, to show that the ell Hi-
>i. With bill and l h"Hmn-frf"h."htC'tl, chip, rapture in the very idea of being lelovodliy her liveliest tone. II For my part, I have cully of effecting their object did not so
ttactt i"wa31.c made the splash and commo- Mary, and 1 resolved the next day to not so much romance in my disposition.The much consist in convincing the Public of
t;,;n. wait upon Mr. Bclclair, and request the moment Stanville saicHo me will the criminality & pernicious consequences
And I only] them the slip. hand of his daughter in marriage. Having you have me ?' I wis for appointing the of the practice, as in debtro\in *hu
) gave ; arrived at a final delernunaliui': 1 was day as became: a discreet damsel. 1 perceive fatal' delusion, that honor sometimes made
tl retiring to bod, \\ hen a gentle tap brought that the tender passion injures you this crime necessary. The difficulty;mi$2
ht; -} i r. h'r'i ith ao'iick transmutation: me to the door. I was startled. It was more than the epidemic. Let it be told from the error of fashion, the remedy
:s: Ere they sprinkled their salt on my that dead arid! would be found in this
William Stnnville: !Coldly bowing, I requested you are we will see how destroying error
:u. i1. f him to be Prated, and desired to )J:1rstub orn heart will be a.ft"ctrct.-. and no better mode could (probably be
::. : flicn: nmrh to the hcr.Vs vexntion, know the reason of his unexpected. This idea pleased me extremely: and I resolved devised to effect this, than the combined
ill 1 (: I turn'd to afiA, or :J.7:'hale iTjiis lie ch'ch.c1 his profTeieel hand with a to put it into execution. My visa; exertions of the best educated and most .

3 haughty expression of countenance: but, itants could not see me ; 1 was relapsing honorable portion of society to make virtue
ka is nil I have done that was rviT, by a sudden effort, allaying his rising in health. One Sunday morning loveto and good sense 'fashionable. ..

lie H!}' !Ceptnn.', my gnd, declare: flings he grasped my hand with a poj- cherish the happy day in my memoiy Upon the motion of Bishop Uowcn, the
he
!J'o make them so harsh and uncivil, crful pressure, wh;depicted! the workings -the lovely Companions visited me My chairman appointed the following committee

cit }.. And treat me in ways>> so unfair of some_ .uncontrollable, passion,_having good .landlady was in the secret /-" Hei to frame a Constitution for tlie tfo-
ctt'clliimst'1t, he thus addressed: me: i* much Worse poor man !" said she, affecting cietvIlishop. \
Ii-Wl }' lqt? iftlipy would just keep the 1' uistanco -" I perceive that you deem this visit to weep.: Mary's eyes glistenedwith I1o\ven, | Rev. Satal.: Gilman
somewhat extraordinary from an almost tears, and, averting her face-shc cx-> Bishop England' I Thos. Bennett,
:'t, :! I'd swim with their Symmes to the perfect stranger. It is so, indeed, sir, claimed. "Oh tell me. is there danger?" lion. Jdg. Johnson, | Hon. Judge Lee,
%1';'1(' : but my subject Is one which will interest Hisliftis limited." said my UndJady ; Stephen Elliott, I I Majcr Garden,
err yield the stout ("; ;)t\il1 surer! ; you, and hick will easily excuse my dereliction but J Cannot deceive 'ou-he is hone !" Kcv. Dr. Palmer, |
.\wlluake, in the i globe, a great hole. f from the rules of etiquette. The Mary shrieked in agony, and rested her A ballot was then hid for the election
ed character a Iidll11J I told \ou bear is truly arm for a moment upon Anna. My chamber of ollicers, when the following gentlcuicu

;'t.t .A:?tlvheM' I have provV. it \vas hollow, excellent ; but it ltOCS nut compOJ't with: was about lalfopen. She rushed in, were chosen :
Uy j) 'ckincr it tliruiirrh wtli mV (%!tin ; your generosity and nobleness, to treat and full on her knees beside my bed. I ()en. Thomas Pinckr.cy, President.
.d i. }.valliant comnlI1ioa; !s.l!: follow, with a deter mined: enmity a stranger: who :Jml nearly recovered from my sickness, lion. Henry Deas, "S '
'AnJsu, we Aould hthntU1' in. never injured you ?" I am not accustomed and laid full dressed: and motionless., 1 J J. Pringle, Esq. C Vice Presidents,
t to such questions,t' replied I.I.. of could nut contain myself at this paroxysm Hon. U. S* Judge Lee,J
ctrle i; whom do you speak, and why do you of passion in Mary-I leaped from the Col. Matthew I. Keith, Secretary and
tM ) When there, we'd make up such a journal '
bed. She
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a k ? BeclIlsesaid he, "I me the uttered fearful cry upon Treat ttrtf.
t*; ', man. Upon your first :l appearance was! thus seeing the dead restored to life, and In addition to the President and Vice
at t:11; To publish, whenve had got out, prepossessed in } our favor. You rejected fell into my arms. Then I learned from president, the following nine gentlemenwere
st AVe* should pass for two bt'ingupf'rnaf, with! disdain my proffered hand of friend her own lips that the fire that burnedin appointed to be the standing committee
: l hat know what bulb worlds
: arc a- ship.! Hut I am not so inexperienced a my bosom had comuunicatedlwarmth Viz.

:"ofe u. bout. judge ofhuman nature,as to be i ignorant to tier's. From that: lime ,our thoughts, The Hoa. U. S. Judge Wm. Johnson

of thc cause.: And were the motive anything our feelings, were the same, and the con- Chairman. :
P'i u1!: the treasure's we'd bring back, to else, or one jot less excisable I sent of her father was all that was wanting Samuel: Whagg, Esq.
show 'em would return your enmity with accumulated to the Consummation of our nuptials. Major Alexander Garden,
{ Perhaps thcr'd be gold, in great force. You are attached to Miss Bel- 1). r.'. Webb, Esq.
E! lumps clair ?" 1 exclaimed DAVID GAMUT.
um, I.If My passion From the D. Alexander, Esq.
U. S. Catholic
g ,t Vhateier' they are they slu'nt know needs no concealment-you are my 8sociltioll-On Mitcellany.diti'ditclling the .3d Stephen Elliott, Esq.
; enBecause,, rival." To all appearances" answered Juhn Robinson,
:;.:. i : they have shot at my bumps he--" but they are often deceitful. Listen Oct. a very assemblage highly respectable took and numerous Simon Mugwood Esq., }.;q.
place at the
' "j r. to to)' story :-Mr. UeJclair, wishing: to cement house of Tioim! UluCkwood, Esq.
Mr. Henry Dea, one of the Sen-
with father the friendship whichhe Upon the! motion of
u my ators from the Parishes of St. and MrUiahup Bowen, 1
Phillip
ij The nurse sends the child on a wild- has ever expressed towards him, pro St. Michael, in the State inconsequence it was thenResolved
n Y i PJO: >i* cha' e, by lelliii" him that if he can posed to unite me in marriage with his of the following Legislature, That the Chairman: and theHon.

throw Fait on the bird's tail, it will become daughter. My father consented, thinking from the clergy of the several denominations letter Judges! Johnson and Lee be appointed -
3JO r.ae so tame ?s to be taken. \ it would greatly contribute to my happiness. copies of. which had been a Committee, under the fourth
transmitted
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1 ..tl"U 81' G another, and I cannot fulfil the contract. few of their congregations, a Legislature.
: --- I wait for Mary's determination, and I Upon motion of Judge Johnson,
i />cn; Pcti-rs/wgh-- -' .--- fear she will not disobey the will of her Charleston, Srpt 26, 182<1. The) Right Rev. Dr. England was then

th .11 as I often lave Intelligencer.Seeiujr father. Not wishing *o shock her deli. Sir-We believe every good and reasonable unanimously appointed to deliver an Ad.
seen, the
unreasonable
cats feelings, 1 gave her thf'op;,urtunity man condemns the dress at the next annual meeting.
'f [1'rt :' task imposed few of practice of
upon a pudfiingtle of a refusal. It she does not I After which the Association adjourned.
whole floor (:t'a Church during gi\i"g me Uue1Jin Vet it is in our Society a serious -
1.1'-tr ; one Sermon -m.l srrintoo how- will bid adieu to my country and the mistress evil, that fashion and prejudice, too From the JYas/nJiile Whig and Banner.

F, liard they labor to perform this t&sk- of ill)' afl'cctio'ns." Stanville," exclaimed often create the appearance of a necessity Causes of Intemperance.The .

8, t, and knowing how much more can be I, an unbidden tear stealing do..nnlY for acting against the pLain dictates late President Dwight, ,in sermon
o. f fal ]j.crfcnv.td tiy persons acting in conceit cheek, "forgive my unkindness. of reason, and the express laws of God. on intemperance, mentions, 'among the
' -1 have thought proper to oiler the following Henceforthvcvillbe friends, and will From the peculiarity: of our situation, we the causes of that: most! fatal land alarm..
resolution :- asi-ist each other in this: delicate and important have though it to be our duty to use our ing prevalent evil, the following :
isro affair.: After acquainting him of best efforts towards
; Iti-aw.sd ihcrrftre that the establishing amongour 1. Example. 2. Frequenting those
Sextons of
: the several C'liiich' my intentions, my new friend departed, fellow citiyens, the sway of reason, places Where strung drinfc is conveniently ;
'CS fourth set apart one anti my senut-s: were soon veiled in quiet and of the divine law, on the subject.We obtained. 3. Evil companions. 4. ,
part.ofeach Church) for the accommodation sleep. When 1 awoke in the morning, feel the task to be arduous and im- Customary and regular drm king.
of Tobacco Cl t:wt.'rs.- had arisen far above the horizon.
the sun I should be
s And that portant : we happy to procure It. JtJilt.-l. It exhibits, the subject of y
a each they cause to be put up on was uncommonly weak and drowsy, but 1 the aid of men of influence and virtue it in the light of extreme odiousness and -
I tint section sit Sit:&p J : .t.\ legible sign i so attributed it to my Kite rising. A few ; and we take the liberty of invitingyou degradation. 3. Drunkenness

utonce all Stlaller'1'lhaCCO find ;their Clicwer.!; may hours 'convinced me of the titlsityof this to meet u& at the house of Mr. Henry subject of it to many, and those exposesthe often

IO>> the frati-rnilv. And that conjecture, and that 1 was seized with IJeus, in Friend-Street. on Thursday, the extreme, dangers. 3. The drunkard exposes
r- they, said tobacco Chewer, be required the I prevailing' epidemic. Who i ij there, 3d of October, at 12 o'clock, for consul- himself to temptations and
only to puddle that one fOUl.th11l1t who then inhabited. Nashville! that dees tation upon the measures which may be sins. 4. A many drunkard .
necessarilywastes :
of the+ Church, and that if they this disease ? The many
1,11 net recollect raging adopted with the best hope of success. his
5. The
fclmuld own property. ,
+ have finished: the floor, before thernl hand of death in
J. ghastly was employed We are Sir respectfully &c.
uf thc Sermon drunkard destroys his health. 6. The.
they then employ the almost every bouse.-Business was stag.hated N Bowen, C. E. Gadsden
balance. of their drunkard wastes his! reputation. 7. The
time upon the walls and and a settled melancholy sat upon John of Chas.
the backs of Uishop I John Bachman, drunkard destroys his reason. 8. The
the benches. And that the
l :l.h15ext every countenance. Here a hapless widow Benjamin M. Palmer. Samuel Gilman, drunkard destroys I lib! usefulness. The
ors suffer the said part of the and children were left to nourn the W. A. McDowell
Church; .C. Hanckel, drunkard ruins his family.-(1. lie
sobe-lapuit as aforesaid, to remain loss of their natural '..here the I
protector A. W. Lelaud, William Capers, spreads through his family the habit ..ofintoxication.
unwept and unwashed), from year's fond bosom of the youthful huiband was Arthur Uuist, Fred. Dalclio, .- 2. Hy squandering their J
end
to
year1 end, that they, the said Ira.ternitt' agonized by the death of the partner of Basil Manly. I J. McEncroe property.be deprives them of both comfort
mt.'njo: }' to themselves the entire his soul, and the mourned
: doting parent After some previous conversation; ; upon and respectability. 3. Tie breakstheir '
irultsf lair; labor. hb departed child.! ':l-inr the f.t *.h" 41.'" ..*.'.4."". "*.." .'I,_, "iU't-,_ ..:"*.m. D". bas by subjecting-them totL im sup:

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: -morliAcMiin' ) 10. Tlu: ,1null. n.st"h;, oil t.is0cr.iij'! ;,-of a vuy Trr. fat nof( tLc''Gc nera1 Govern winand : predict what they tc.)Ch1 J Ja. T11f!

nul destroys his life. 11. The iliunkun Ili':!tut(* nature. Threi* minister it ill; use; mild measures to obtain Portuguese. constitution alatm('

destroys his fOUI. said have been attacheditli: this fata their object. I do-not: believe the Government exceedingly, r.r1
from flic .elmr kaj Fnrmrr. disease at their hotels. The Courier occasioned
is hud
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Jierniudez- a ahead some trnu.
There nre more than one hundred deer sty s the news from this capital: is of an report bout

on the llarrxvood estate, from which the appalling ciiaracter. Numerous ex'on- ancuire of :Mariuos in my opiu bit in some ;parts oj"th kingdom t.

hot buck is always selected, :is an :ulna tI l lions- are continually taking place i'jn. \\t' have a foreign patrol in particularly I I at S.ir.tgosisa. \t

fiilerinjf to tiC! venerable UAHIMH.I, uf l lItarrollton Tin! Sultan appears resolute!' to exterminate Lagiiirt at the request of the: Madrid it remained pt/ifertly trari.

on his birth-day. The l.i>t of l not only all wh"c brcn.but all chief AfcaUle.} quil. Th+- French papers XVMC!
tie! e recurred \\VdwSilay last the who might! become his enemies.From |

:\hl'|. Sept.hen, in fine hcaltlluulpil the Lw.hn Cowirr. o/'Aut. 29. Get:. Marino, the person allu! contain information from Madrid

nits, he received the heartfelt gtatiilutinn l'eu't'ill Itulic..-\Vc hive: :h' satisfaction elect to !>your Correspondent, is cS,v'I'd: days later than this !letter,

.:f his family! and Tiifiids, at his manor on of announcing, that iilities between the right! hand man of Paez, and announr.i that the Duke d'Infanta.

llkridge. 11 was highly gratifying to seethe the ISiirmese and! the British have is held in general contempt by the do had itT.igned.liis! 9atinn at tht
last survivingsigner of the Declaration terminatel.ttui there i is no probability,
people of Caracras. On the nigfl.tof heat! of :he cabinet. What changein
; of Independence vassingiutB his after the bitter experience which thoformer
riresirtl.'c:+r,-still e.\hirling! perfect :iaodcl have h-trt, that the! attempt( will the 14ih of Sept. when a report& !ii,'?.surrs ails event was :lik 'H

: of tlirjcunt: manners, such n happy be renewed, to evade the conditions oi was put in circulation that the Liberator to produr.c, XVP are not infurm-d,

-xarople of cheerfulness and intellectual the Treaty which has been r.it.fi.-.t. had arrived:, the walls of -.-.. r.-.. M -
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J lefmement, erect :ilIJ sprightly as any of An overland despairh, dated Calcutta, the ;) r' 1 \ .l

the patty ; left, ash \\uuld seem by Providencr April; l arrived this morning at the Indiallivisr most conspicuousjiousrs were _.!'.J J J. 1 ;\'
with Live Bolivar __ .. __ ___
placarded ,
; to inculcate, by their risible announced that a Treaty jf Peace, 06- h" -: :;;.:.-
of Live the Municipality of Carat can Tilt I 'n v v, XOYI.HU- ;( 2, p : "
traits the ineslm1.hlcllnc
telsltrr; neailv similar to the -I'm'nu"r.Cn \VHr.itilied __
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I.IIr.e, clestI:Tress: regularity: in diet, :i'id on the 24th 1'"d'rll'r"n.! -death to Marlno.' Ve''r '
J'o'f111l t ear,
bodily and religious exercises;: and a v\i- ),.,holl. within four dl\'s' nnivh of Umluer.ipoora An article I nt Ie 0 n 5 1I:t;,t::r>;;'i 00:_ ____ __--_-.=:-- --9-0.

t'otcrmi.cnt of all the grosser passim after some severe fighting.; of Bogota of the 6th of August, K.rlrnrt frw.i n letter I" ih* 7J/Jifo" deal ,1
Jlc i\ung't'into his limestone spring bath The fi rst instalment had) been! j1ai before sunrise and still denien! the arrival of BoJivji! and "
ir.oruing NTExv-YonK October
r-veiy << 9. 44 Dear Sir-1 enclustf:\ a draftof
rates) on horseback, with pleasure, inI From m6ia.-Bv the arrival states that the report originated

.)()weather.. A l.trge portion of the from with an oiT.ic-jr i: named Capt. John the proceedings which! took

ciay is! devoted to leudin;. 1In'ii!.;' te- of the schooner Emigrant, Melendez. wno arrived {rata Lima, place during Col. White's visit tothis

ceivcd, at M. Diners, the beM cl.iir.11 Laguirn, we have advices to tie County. Our time WJ:; so

education, he llasthvtysrit.'ijted: : his pur- ISth uit. News reached Laguira via Guyacjail and} Popayan in February limited; that xve c.>ald Sine but
for Latin ', 2'rcnch iitciutuiv. and put the report into c rculatirn. apartial
tiality al: the title that the Provinces of
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Cumana and Oronuco had acknowledged -
i l\l\l',lUN. the Federation! in issued to try him for the offence.JT ever, !hrgfly unwards ofi hundred
consequence -
attended the dinner and I have
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of which there
Late and Important from (Jdr. !n- the was g.'eat"n1oicin.g The Norfolk Herald, speaking doubt all would, had they iinowa

bia.CAUAITAS. throughout day. of its Cot."hitt soeeclj after
of the British Order in Council
The remained in
3d .c:cp t. IC'.'.',,-). country an unsettled says-Ci\Ve arc: informed 1 that :Mr the fi'.h tot<<: was but the
Momentous political: changes have state, general opin- highest satisfactioh."

occurred since I last wrote, and their ter- ion was, that upon the arrival i of Gutlatia is fully authorised to pro- At a meeting of a numli of the

urination remains veiled in obscurity! ; the Bolivar every thing would be settled ceed JiLri Jiatixii with 'the British

time, howrexer:, i-a: 'rapidly approaching! and confidence restored.A Government in.the abolition of the Citizens of Jackson County, at'
,
vheii the result \';ilhe\ fully developed. letter from Laguira of the 17th restrictions and discriminating duties the house of Sears Bryan H-q.

I'AI.but: a short time since, xvas received on Friday the 13th October 182G.
The cities of Cuniana heretofore existing, so as to
with universal enthusiasm--his ult. says,
THOMAS Russ Esq. was called !a
favorite: troop: lus briii'03 tit .'tyme, last and Barcelona have joined Vene. place tfie intercourse on the most \\' .
the chair, and :Major :r. J. KIn. :!.
week left C'araccas to join UK-CMI'IM./, zuela in the general} cause and we liberal fuotiof reciprocity. If ,

( tvlio, you know, is now Commander in are anxiously looking for the arrival this be the case, there is an end} to .!. appointed; Secretary, veti: ih&

Chief.: Various other emei'irt.-iicica following resolutions, ofjVred by
) of the Liberator ho no doubt all doubt respecting the repeal of
which l leisure will not now permit me to Maj. Kilbee, were unmzimouslydopted. ;
the order in Council!, and the continuance -
numerate, :lill lead to the conclusion that will organise a Federal system of .

.K crisis is :IPPl'uclaingwhich will restore government, thus yielding to ;ht of the trade.
From tits Charleston Courier S t 129.The Resolved, That this mpe'.infj
and public confhiencv, :/>
trl\;qui1lity vvibiics! of the people.
'or cTcatc- incalculable calamity a-.d dis- following extract of a letter, view with unfeigned pleasure and
A new code of laws bad} been
.trcssVo: however, hope for the best. dated 19th inst. from Havana, has sati-ifactiou the entire exc-jimtiuri

.*Tlte sister of the I.ibcrtador General : promulgated, lessening the duties been kindly communicated for of the lion. JOSSPH M. WHITK,

received letter from upon American productions, .
HOLIVAH, has a from the many charRes'tattempTedto
publication.
lam, preparations (domestic) uhicii would into operation
requesting go
be to his iniury
"By the British frigate Dartmouth propagated: by
4 ior his reception in all this month, and after: the 215th of October.In .
thert is no doubt that he will be here. we have news from Mexico his addition to the above the editor
Ihs.'tl1rr.lt' U't/r. 10 the 16th ult. and an official and iot\vithstanding the: high'

Extract: of a teller dated, J'tu-is .kig. 1:>. of the Baltimore Gazette has communication to the President of authority from whence some of
"1'uti the editor of the Na- received the following extracts orlcttl'rs
CanOe
that! Republic of the business done those charges are sid to have -
tionil G.i/i-tU', for political news, the :-
at the Congress of .Panama-a- emanated xvi view them as ungenerous '
left this ;
hel that 'l :tllcj'l'\1Hl Capital h CaraccaS, \Sl*> &/rt. 1826.I!

two dad! s since, for London on a special last I by the James Coulter I- niong others, treaty of perpetual J and unjustifiable attemptsto
wrote
and important mission, supposed to re. you oll'enaive and defensive alliance between assail the reputation of an inno
Jute to the constitution ot Portugal. since when we have been gull
new
-the Republics; of Chili, Guatemala cent and absent irdiyidaalwithout
of trouble in ed with of the arrival
You will soon hear: Spain-- sundry reports -
Mexico and Colombia just or legitimate grounds.
all alarmed the any
tile "legitimate:* are at of our President and LiberatorhOlivarwe
recent proceeding of lion Pedro and his have iiaa him in "a secret convention,"* and! the Resolved, That a committee be

Constitution.\at. (;<,-. resolution to plat ,, the seat of their appointed, to wait or. the lion. Jo

Bishop; DiTuociUr, from New Orleans, Truxillo, Bogota, Mida, and within sessions at Facabaya, a delightful! 5'ph1.: White at the house of
has been appointed to the See of Mon- a short distance of Valencia-
Jaries Webb this
village near \lexico.-Thc secret Major j evening,
tauban in France, vice Archbishop Chev- and such has been the assurances
and tender him: thanks for the
convention is about the Itiznd. I our
crus.A given to those reports that preparations know ability integrity and zeal whichwas
number of the Portuguese troops of have been made for his reception it/iQjisiveiy. ,
the line, unfriendly to the Conslituliun, BOSTON: Oct. 5. manifested by .imt urinb the
in Valencia and Baniloshave !
have deserted and gone into Spa u. S a :.-A letter from Madrid, lntscsson; of Congress in the

The road under the Thames has pro. been published herepreparu- dated about! the 1st of August, advancement of our interests, :nl.
cccded about sixty feet from the shaft! tory making arrangements for
hint of the! entire
mentions that hadIweii to assure -
ii'ider the bed of the river; a solid blue.cay receiving him and workmen have a conspiracy approbation
,
being as yet the only suil thu workmen and detected there of the Don and confidence: of this meeting
been engaged day nightpre-
have met with. Carlos (party, the design of which ; and thai they respectfully incite -
house for him.
The King of England completed his paring a was tocompeiihcKing to abdicate. him to participate with his
filth on the 12: th ult. 411 only: wish that Bolivar may
year constituents in HnnUr
By the activity of the Superintendant a public to
A Russian squadron of three ships of be aa near as Bogota, but in truth,
of Police it broke before be given at the hou e of Major
the lineaud six the WaS up; -
frigate, was seen on 1 do not believe that he is in Colombia.
:.?Olh of August, about 70 miles from the it had time to ripen. He went ?\IoniforlSj on tomorrow the 14th

coast of 1:1I1;land, destined, it vas supposed immediately to the Ring who was inst.
"I believe I v/ih truth
for the Black Sea. can say at the Bath,-di..cJqst'c1tl} him the R,'soh.fr!, That DJt.'I.Vm..
We find, in the London papers, an of- that Gen. Paez is very ill in Mar-
Wats Col. Jacob Ilobii.son
plot and told him that nothing >oi, ,
ficial document issued by the Austrian cay, arising presume, from fatigue .
would the but Col. Joseph Muss, Major Wm. T.
iu save counliy a
the tr.illic
Government
respecting of body Ec mind-he had just
slaves The first article runs thus.- returned from the Plains when change of minisry, a general amnesty Kilbee! William M. Loftin Esq.

Every slave shall become free the mo-. and a convention of the Cor- and! Doct Cnarl-is: F. Stuwart, be
beard of the
:ncnt he touches the soil of Austria, or e- he unexpected depai- it in the lime of that Committee.
tesas was Philip
of Col. Marceno for the Department
ture -
of its
veu one ships. .
\'. It was said that the King, The meeting then adjourned.
of Cumaha : he it i is
airs the Greek-The London says
.If f of
who is a good deal influenced by (Signed) Thomas Russ
Times states, that the affair of the steamboats impossible for him to say who are
this minister CIiairnar;
destined for Greece, en rosses his friends. It is reported here actually prepared

much attention. No obstacle is presented that Aresmendi, supported by Co- and signed the papers, and that Wm. T. Kilbee, .

on the part of the Government ; they were to have been publishedin Secretary.
lonel and the
but it is feared the defects in their machinery Monies, Departmentof
the Court Gaze'te the next day, Jackson County, 13 Oct. 136.::
will render them wholly' uJ'h'tfor Cuniana, and the Island of Mar
but the had 'I he Hon. JOSEPH M- WHITE,
superintemlant nu
the service intended. The most serious garilta, have declared: in favor of

part of the affair is, that the sum of General Paez, and that Uurmudez sooner returned to Madrid, and SIR-Thf undersigned, a Com-

'160,000, nearly the whole remaining had fled his Department and taken was taking the necessary measures, mittee appointed by a respectable

resources of Greece, has been expended when he was followed by a courier meeting of the Citizens of this
in the lower
in the construction of the*c vessels.A refuge Apurthislonly
instructed
ordering him to the publica Cnuna"c to congratulate
letter fi'om'I'rieste, August 14, says give you-as report, it may be stop
safe arrival in
tion. The clergy in the mean you on your
-"'Ye expect, with impatience, farther true.
accounts from'the Morea. The Captain A letter of the 15th of September time had oflVred ninety millions of the Territory you have so faith

of a ship which arrived here yesterday, after mentioning the report, of reals to buy otTtiu- amnesty, and it fully represented, and to assure
from Constantinople, states that on the of their unabated
cufL-rs personal respect
Arismendi having declared in favor is probable that the King's you
llth he heard a violent cannonadenear
July
for undirninish
of Gen. Paez u this were too low to allow him to refuse yoursthfand:
the Island of Sa nos,and had heard says- may
afterwards, that the. Captain Pacha had be[ true in part, as respects the o- the om r. The affair was notdefinitively ed confidence: in your talents, integrity *

island." settled the date of and zeal, and to request
attacked that perations in CUI ana, but the people ( l at
The in several and it still thoughtthat that you will! participate with ihenii
Turkey.- plague rages will be more discreet than the the letter was

quarters of the Capital, and does not e- leaders in this pro\'inee-they will so ale changes would take and others of your constituents, in

Ten the Franks. It has shown it. a public! dinner to be at thept'bJi
spare it impossible to given
but
in and submit the ubj ct to the conside place was
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Mention?, on lo-, sept, th<. cxi.n-Rs'.on: cfniy sincere i.nks! ;, T..rf1'l7.cl fr (JI!' a >/Vr t* !i. : 7;,.V;CI:% t/Jte..!, hJt) ng;: grounds! Brrrancis, and their
H. ':'JEmitter rr \\ ills the :ICiCltuCI'oftlleir| \kind invita- tlrk.rll C'J7lllty. fir.t:,. }!JIJ.. rc-iaterineiit at Caiitonement Clinch,

lion, and for uui :' ; hc> iiulivi.lifdly: : +' <:. I discotc'rcciu; <.f your lute. papers shall ba inserted in our next.- They were
in tier rminiTtf ct-pt lhti-ii.Miiaii<:rs of the high regard, something saiu .t;1 tut a b ody thut J not received in time fur this d-v's puper. -
.,.J't"ll l :hon, Would dos \\ Hit uhiehl have Die hom.Tiu !he xvasfouiri{ turned in the r.md ieurVcbb! -
3 s!l1 ....... .
,.,? their own "fceilttis, :as I ymr IVk-iul and vil'e.;!! Vuu emir iiov. stale, that a Jury of ---- r.' ... '-

!: 11" tn''hom tnc )' 'C cijd'enl! : Servant: ]n t"o
t 1'5. awls tem7hiM .lasiwii.M. White.A : of trill:: nmr.i.; r, frnl1'hlbJ and Dollars, will he given; by the I:dilor! 'or
.. J'J. u' the)' nol l lrtl'.scs ihTi'de I ua the body.! If was the the PeIN\Co Gazette for the best poetical
I" .,'sure tills"s. address tar the Carrier of this
\/1rOI.tUnlq' the
/ next day ascertained to he body of paper
'--1' Iii estimation in \ ':i. J. Witstn Jacob Robinson, .. folk Alabama u licn for the approaching New Year which _
g' i..} IIOT :M ::nis ; ;
I.r! !Iht.. U'li T. Kiliu! '.-,
Joseph shall
) ein I l"ull1ir. services:: a'c bi.m? ,: oiSiicioiis| were entertained of the be presented. on or before the fifteenth
ttur ", 111. M. l.oftin, f.la;! *. F.Slcv.aitt'.ommittee of Dc-cembcr .
1826.
tllorts iiaxin bceu dude by a man day ,
:,!II"t :pdw:'," Ilse << i in bc5..dl of the c.ii/-iis: <;f art ;; oung r..... ..-. 1IIr"- -
: i1Nt'c tts d tu named I .W'rs'i Tfntlt a citi/c-n of this -=::::
fli\.ui.'s Jack CO&lIt
on
'It, > .1 County, but hdtll'prunf sufficient& to au- ff.f" .
\hcm. ThccxciUim-sl: tt astS. thorite an grist could Le fUlInel, h msde
lfb
.' :".t.t. t In ifc" Pu h tic' m.' u.j! l 1 11 VII 1 st T.',,- lJ Ilit"/ .'.!.lt f.' .-A cimfedfu- his; fcnpe. A d:.y 01' two after, evidenceofhis'heinir 1; ig s\\ir I1'I3 iixub 'tr'IIU.AIL

l nli isrt.I)1't' t lItalon ofvour ti"'I.clf; IkpuI..U:1: th j/>nly lri: ;tinutebus's ) : tie! Tiiunicrer that none se(-mtodiMibt ,.r; 4..: P._; rr='
:s conduct tiuy are i thexxiJ':' til tin people ; may it bf ajrr > came to llal'l l, and OM: 1a'\111J: It! =M! "1 r.
n--: .Er! \\ .\ ltJ,
.T '": ; been ala! > fd !hv. ;'l"HId I l :(s tIIt. ru'k.i.tii :mour'.tnu.'i: .; \'n Sl.t'1.\1't: itOLivUis v. as soon made tphv I ..;:;..oo.9
,.' ;:\'c.1 testimony tht-v ..l'i: of ancestors the! ark fur "
of the xxi ; ):)! our f l.isappiLher.sion. 1 ll't or re\\5a.co\a.
I ,:". 4'S. e.f the 'malicious and oi our political ..tfetv.t lie h.is Since been heard of, in Cone- -- -- -
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nt."i\l' wli: > 1 h itiu-: .i\1 ( ; I.OIIL.l"II' ; UTlt v, the Futhu.f cub (Jointly Ala. under the, name of Harr.s. AHBI\'f !).
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\l .iit'y il) all thCl; at1cc an* C':l/!:,!:.--llisfaiiic: 1.. i.1 coiitir.ue toKirlwn ." Oct. 28.-U. S. Transport Schr. Florida -
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,...u ( 1: : :' Il bn throiu-b and dyaAslxsv. Maker, :sailed from this Port 25th

":".,1\\: :. ih S he forgotten. ..:\ /lthlf/l Pn'utlla.-O.u' readers will insU for Suwannee diver, put back on

'f'0lnIfl.! : ter; i 1:1( ; VU1tl i : llt', .::1 h. 'J in' iii:iw\- i'f ruASKLix, AIUMUa find on the last page of this per] the account of head: wind.: .

to ttfi :vr to vou their :;'! .l.rr.usa.v, teriiu. of a monthly work, published atNi lN rt nr.n.
(f'sol'pt.-fsona2 regard and 5t/,. 'J'Iii.Si,Hers of the Jteclaration of xv York, under the above title ; to Oct. 23 -Schr. \Vaverly, Smack, Phil
rr,
.. Jtkjntieiu-i- Ciiilection of 1'atriot.s, vJiich we solicit their attention.: Tlfeicvv adelphia: 21 days; Cargo to \J. Jerri son jri5.vhr. :

.. uortuy of till cause in3itch they 1 'crcn ;; ])r.,hably no cheaper {per: odical publi : KSi/xbeth.! Vorsyth, New York1 ,-
,.ip.V.t. : c)1', William T.Kdbre, (' "-Iet!, and ever '..) he icmembered as cation ever commenced and its publisher days ; Cargo: to S. Ilambleton! N. 11.,.

,.s.ii! :!, W.lhrn 1i. I.i.fVusj. lu! Icllt'IClo1'S oi thc Country. ri:rot posyh'.y! cairy it on, unless! he Allen\ S. Hill, J 11. Purvis and Master.3'Jth .

., :.- .., (.laiu-s: I'.SVuiart. Gth. Ventral ANIUII.XV .IACKMJX: the ]'<:- meets the hcaily and :genre support (,f -Schr. Kloisa: Anderson, Key-
< .7...,>' f/r.M.VA itii. triot ti'iJVc '(/' .';' -il.iy he be callfd like those who approve the undertaking, in West and 21 days fromjNorfoik, ; Cargo to

", I--l love f'C hou' to ac-: Cinci.inatns to preside o".-er tie de ti. all quarters cf the Union. One Dollar S. Hamblelon: and the .Master.

'-u .' .ri'ii-lrf: ofour; note of' its of the Nation. per year vu.i.ld 'ciuilx' he perceived Nov. 1.-Schr. lijbert Hums. Pearson .

'. : "'i' 01. !b .>!ia't: of: the citizens: : of ?:h. VV.v ",'I:1''itl'1'nY; OF 1-r.'J:11I\--\. by each individual, uhile! file aggregate I Philadelphia 19 days ; Cmjz to' Capt.
nritt, avJuiiiv.r mi of their nndi- speedy adni.ssioiuntu thc Union: dais ihejMjxilcije b.cfvi al! imjxjitance to the 1'unlisher.} 1) E. liurch U S Q'lurter Master and for

,m'likT.ri :an'l 1 invilisig! ; ill C to a or dt govcrtnnenl.Slii. We hope that the work will be highly Mobile. SAILED.Oct .

.,, .rat lIii.i', Moilftorts'\ on toi Jur (;llt't the JI-/n. ,J OSS'il: M.Y henelicial, and trust that those disposed 30-U S Transport Schr Florida,

'. :.. lift hyi: T of ;;uch :l dUlinoi'.ff \"uni:.-If the people, of JacksonConnty to encourage it, will raoMrxLi' cUllri ll&eli.r."l1'te. llaker, Suvvannee with a company of the
Fit the approh.it.on of couid{ more admire I O3 talents or more 4th Ut-gt U S lufaniryunder: command of
? It.giiU); : appreciate his imporUiU services. Capl U.ide.
.' ,.i, fn> <. :),Itlty xnntM at anya'ttci.itt.1
The laic groundless efiurls of his eue- Nov1U S'ftansport stoop Ann Maria,
;. \ { ; !, wt at tills ZilfiDllclillIX hVJ ctlon.-Ollr read(15 -
.. ,",>;".!" :t gva'.iuVation: : tint it n.ics give him thai: cl.iiai on us. trill hid on the fil st page an account Gardner, Suwanee, Via St Marks I'usscn- ;
iriiuliculi\ t?r me t>> e.piv.s.curia (After this toast was drank of the establishment of a Society\vilh: the gers Lieut's.: Swift, ( I1'nn. Canfield! amt

"-': :; industry, and the ex- C : \Vhite arose and addressed above 1 lillcin the (;,1\ of Charleston :). C. Smith, U S Army Surveyors of the ruule
.iimblc[ ailitie.s! I pace been ill The example is a laudable unt'11(1 \\ eltupt' of tic! contemplated Florida (': rNOKHILIC -
I -.n-\ the conpal a lougppropl'1.; -
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yisuiV11 Advance t 1.111. to sec it followed! in other parts of Jc'o.'ierT.
;'f..10 .i'-.- ',,1ourietprosperity; : ; of this ae and J luiUsome:; speech. He ex- the Union. .rr7'tvU.. s. Ship HOKNKT; Cant.U'ouilhouse .

It t 'fulami: ; iri.sliiii:! country, Ic j'lainetj the whole of :his public from Hensacula! vu iiavatiu.. -:
UUC in that entire .\\ M. UL-.XT lld"is from the hater Fort. Otlhers
itc'lvl1.t I !
". :-lvr{ "": was hound cot a way give ILLIAM K-q.

," 'IIIr..p; !C gratitude f and re- sutisfaciiun and finally took his \ Oil till much gratity me if yon will and." -crew-all-- -in-good...-.....hcMltli.-- -

,j..tl'apl'I'H.; ; ', whose jjcuerouswe seat amidst the anirr.aled pla! di:5Lt' insert in ) our paper the following notice, OtiLCQIIiIE \
+': lu'l: phccd! me in the highest in rcla-ion to the manner in xxhich toe ,
'.\!Illtilii! b'H' anai. t-t.: sup.nil his i coisi' U t"IS t s.) contract for opening the roads from the Subscriber wishes to sell the. .

;. I. : the e:.c'.te.i.ents; of party IMli.: The KLOUIDA. CAN AT. --A splendid Ocklockoney river to the St. Johns and following lots in the City of Pen>a- )

.. : ms of time, i shall: cvcc piojcctfor the iuiprOV en.ent of our connH from thence to St. Augustine, has Oecl'ciiilIPhtn1. cola, viLot No. 19S: situated on the
.. mill ti;:' kilJcsand: proudest ') the attention of the Nation i is an exitlcnce i. ; 1. borne misrepresentations Co1Lierot I'aiafox and, liomana Streets

.. -t' '!; of its iiiipurfincc, and inspires La' e }huviofore hf en made to the injury) Lot No. 39 and Lot No TJ. Terms will!! '-

: i;15.9; 1 tiTipmlonuMe; : effort of Lopes of its accomplishment.! : cJ (Japliltuch; -aiui this: bcenis to" sati.sfac- be made known on application to .1. C. ?c
.Mj.. !'t, 1llInk I canjiiitlyiir Uth. The I'.v-exjition La.o,-The po. t..11);1 '.Cite them! A dUnaCIMUClt.It : C. ('. Keyscr" Pel.slcolt. or to the Subscribcrat _

rxiTtioi; of inllutrrold: aid tectibn of our homes, against hcurilrs .vivea ua touch ]ieasure to comply Moutezuma .(1.,.

., *: III tree pr.nnotinn: o1'thet'n-; i s;iculators,111tt: it be appreciated; as itd.sjrves. xiti.; the abo.'e n 'lal.t: o Lr as the article alien S. Devereux.Nov. .

uiodfti:.. Tl'1'i.tll of the \; ill! jo to do justice l to Capt. lluroh,
: : : sue- lt, IS 26-35-It.S20 .
M.ttt-vitiuii it d.icb not 1 become( It'u. TJ.stPrvIt-ge of l;.':'chll.tw :s.hl \.'c- had previously marked the followMgcertiiicatesfoi -
it soar: be extended to other departmentsof ; re-p'blication, but furUiei -
:
sj.t-jt;: : ; :ii is s.u'iiltcd; forour ilENVAlii)
('ir Territory. v\e cai.nut we have no xii ur.ijcctssaiily -
;
1.1! orto; : < (::'II ;on go .
i \ "t111'1 :juatit' of lint: docis'.ntivntipirtcct : Ul'l. Furi'jcuiibni; anil In:<*rihl! Inpritt'CiHeiits. to interfere,in the disputes of /1' RENVAU1) Tjyity Dollars will '

: j ': hcCiirityYou: !ivpleased ; .- The surest mrans of promoting (.ihois and, while u'1,-e determined( to w L bj ;gix-en) foriiifonnatioi.as ta the

.. 111 ) (It'1" note to allude tom ; the security and prosperity (J'thC do jn.lice to all, ;ri far us \\ e are concerned j person: wh.) has injured two horses in poW .

,rejTf!>ci\iaii(>iiM cl a portion: cf my K.ition. ( conceiving; that the. lemarks cf theTaiiahassoe 'session of the subscriber, by stabbing and
I 1. cunJuct. in tt-M.i (jj' such kind.My 13th. The A-MKinrAV: Fun.VOI.UNTKliUS. Editor, \. hlle they censureihcrs culling; them ; the reward will be p-iid

I '. mitijj.ttc: in: a great decree (. : will not benefit Capt 15., xvc do.ot to the informant 011 conviction of the: v'.lKin. -
rTOK'hcutiun\ !! I !sl.tiultl 1 : have exp erenc- 7>i .Sf. ll'pm.jh)' the people he more !. fjul: disposed to republish them. .

..: tl iiie.rop.ipition] f sic1i infamous!; as- (lefto tne t.ilv-s\ slanderers! and they 1.', (Jill ti," ,PI.fJl'AlfJ. Lse'liwrcc!r. ]'. S. Chapman.
.' i a. I !ia\e perceived tliatth.-rci i h nod more (!1 III. than they have been. and then 1 certify that I !gave examined! the road,
l'efSaCOI.,19th October 1SJ5
: intcntioa OT integrity conduct! \\ C hall h.ixc an .Jy ''''1 of peace. from tin rdJockoiy{ liver: to the tJohu' :

*.i protect a puic; scivant from ci- 7:!' H'tUiiiM Jh'J\celii.-Our Delegate, ?: (fiver in Fio=ib. and find t'.iat: LOST.

ii-v; 4iiaubu-rt'. In regard tu ii)self t, it )like pure metal, the m:)re he is hammered said road h.es bee.i opened l.br Mr. J 0111Uclla.1I \
the ni' ,'e substance! we find. .4 I'OCKJjTUook containing, anon;
'ldl characterized I by a ri\uence! ', according to what I consider inhe
JJ llu'St. .1. Lilt.-Col. Joseph M. JL\. other papers a note fur Sixty Dollars
---nnity or.. licit! :.n example; c.iu !} tale true intent & meaning of the Contract -
tuaiul Wniie-the shafts ofcaiurnny fall harm- given by Col. Joseph gToriega, dated
;1 oc in the Siiitoiy of puhtii..hu entered into belxvi-en the said John
2.1 13 26 and payable! to Uie subscriber -
Sept.
los .t his j feet.
-. I nave !In-esi per-ut-d foreasvith : IJellamy and others of the one part and "
I : s.a'ert1 \ tie! iii'.jst un- [ \hiny other Volunteers were given, Captain I Daniel li liurch assistant quarter ; sixty days after date. All person'J

,....IC I..C <.r.. 'lhee has bven: r.'j \vhicp we have not received.] master :mu a r'-:nt for the U. Slates are hereby( cautioned aguiiibt: trading for
said note as will be made only t
payment
._. tJf..alhl.nce:- lit) l1i\'cl'sit) ct'ut.- <;1' tlC! other p: lt.__ _(Signed i: Duplicates.: ) to
|jii\ute, 1\>:' PU'):,C, that Ins: notiewjrteu Infection Ieturns.-liy the last mail: we .1. CL.1KA .1. ',' ..tlI .
' ; to. I.i tin. ,,.lk t.fl'ort bo :.st received i information that the following I certify that: I have examined me road, Gilbert Van.clnhurgh.,

tuiceivvUaiid.sj badly Mipporied: persons are elected members of the next from St. Johns (River: to St. A ugHt i IIC ia TO LKT
:\I'i,5 ;1 ;'ivat sol.TituJe dis>pj.icii for Legislative: Council. l'idj; : and find that said road has been ,
1I1C1'lt's, in a q'taitcruu: did nut Fifth Iisrich.-'art( of Jackson) Coun- CjUMied by ."l:". John 15ci'iiyaccordingto; !! h\ IJKICK YAHD well filled, the en-
". Ttse! u !iu IMVU lu')!keel upon tx, JOHN Un' Kscjuire. what: I believe to be the true intent and : joyment of which! may be had

Ids: v. ilh the admiration! and de- 1;ihi Ji>:rict.-Alachna County, Co- meaning of the contia/.t, entered ito:: between immediately. It is situated on the bay, .
-- 't'l'llich Satan is of the live miles from I'eimcala, at the plantation .
suppub.id to lunci lll:5 IJJLL.'J'.J.Jih the said! John ll.Imy one
.' I.r\\\l CtJen bccon3:: :.1l1\lei1Iv- 11i/;::', !.-St. Augustine and part and Captain Daniel lBar..=h, assistant anciently called ._

... "l.J-h; !: : ; >:I ofour rights, aMt part of the Coti-iiy: ol St. ';oha':., Prrni.MITCIU.L quarter master nd aagent of the La Punia Gabaron.

!e'" Kentucky Ih.;.f und IutnbF Ia(1,1ire. U. .Slates, unite oilier part. For further details and the! ; conditions of

',: \\ i: :. \\ illcii! till'] expected to aI (signed Duplicates.) lie: lease, apply to the owner, on the shot;

::I }tun, athuuah: 1 had lendcrcd: it \Ve areinfunnecl, by a gentleman from J. Cl.,1.JlQ, /. or at his usual residence in I'eimeola: heLcing
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: \)\, by the unpenetrable protec- Nexv-Yoik, tit! Capt'ain James Day will St. Augustine, lout Aug, 18Ju" daily at both places.

!'caduitainttll.01.[ .'u before 1 kit'Mitre )lcav(: that Puttbmt the! 1st December, Carlos Lavalle
I. ':';iJll. : tvs: not with Sieam the J\\ American. -
a bpecula- a 11 jat destined to tran-po1't from
Pcnsacola,20lh September, 1826--JOtf ,
:. 'I'country: xvluuha I notj by aitiiiualiuii tie 'Ml l t'"ree tinc; > a week (between Mobile 'It gives us great pleasure 10 contradict lot

-t.. 'lj or Lc: ijiUtnt, enUe:.\ uruibtlie and New-ol.ft :.tIS. iiliouM! a )bilHHlk me rumour, too hastily! credited andcirctlhtte(1 AlVOVJAK&liWTTOR :
.. .. } > e il.at i )hud :. auaoLi- be established! betv.xvn 1'cnsacolaand of the death by assassination: >

..wtcit-Ms. Tlibir objectt ap- Mobile, which xve presume will bo ll'j;oia ot IkMUtbrl'. U'atts, Esq. the SALE.THIS .
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'I >our 1'0--Jcs.bionb weie pl.tced done duriiig the approaching session of Charge d'AtlVires of the U. 5. 1:1 Co property being; situated on the .. .
: Strcetof the of
.IIJutlll\: fl'.Ic1a ufti.cil' City 1'ensaco-
inordinate ra- Congress and slioaid one enterprising lombia.We.: .
:.th:1.1, Ii. la. will be sold on reasonable und accuse.'j ,
\ the the
) tll'porhwit:1> sought citizen; establish a stage for the purpose dial nnt publ'sh mmonrat
'ILjJUk. to tare .4S: u .,ei.uf, the schemes of transporting it, capable of conveyingpassenger. time, because we !:>!iul no gooJ. authority mo dating terms, .. .
\ ;'prc-cutiinJaw; ; : / jut to ihght. :*, our intereulrtrim Nex\- for it, and haveto day seen a letter, : house is large, TWO S'I'O-
-''t +!.i other' ll;isl.'J' .ulc! urtifice.s: tlis Orleans will be much facilitated liy the written by Mr. I'.ttt3 hImself no.n Uogota : HIGH, in goad orderwell: 1
hLmTht
.."ld
"Ii''r cmttm; :, f ..: Wishes: a con-ecine Jew Orleans in from three to eight days heard of ano.hei' also! unttea hy him, receivtMi large trees and pleasantly

t.e l tbb'I.: ) ot wicked leari. Ly and from Mobile in a day and an half.- Under in I'liilatl'-Ipfib, dated in the end feitualed. The Lot is eighty feet in front .-

..tl. ii:: :ltetl. capacities with \vhtii; they the present arrangement the Mails of Au;u.)!, :i period! :;subsequent that and one hundred and sixty in depth, and

.:L LHt:.J.npaniular.d; tome J't:!>uunc :"s ale from eighteen to thirty days coming lit Midst: he xv as reported to lave beenassassinate. has! besides the dwelling-house ant, .,
i.tlcwclccnrssofthe ulderstuu!U from New-Orleans and from six to tijcteenfrom : 1. kitchen, a large stable; with other out

';t.. tause desirous of.-csortintr.; to the nubile! Would it not be well foruthr r-. --O.MfuJ'he /. --- houses, and a fine spring of pure water
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cl'little iBiniUlaUchood and t'clunV'Citi/.ens immediately to peti- of The title is indisputable.
'::01.1.; :: : particulars the removal, of
...."..J.:.:.... !.* J l' '--" -' ou K">Hcin8n, to lion Congress, fur tIC! establishment of a the remains of the late M\j JAMKS l\. Ji.\ Mary Le Baron..
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: ; t':'\,; t:: i::: :: .'.'fU nc.. nail i! ryut betten1'sacukand11'Lil! : ? .sjjrj ...I.J_ Mrs. Liisn DISXIS; fr-r. t7 ransacoa,20tiSrrr.! !.925 -O-: S*. "



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T\\& '\\tira1. ae1\e.-r United Slates of America, S1\ 1Li\\\ \\\1\c\\, tlisPresidcut oft)le". .

ORMonthly District of West Florida ss. ',fib CONTRA C l' will be entered into, States. .
as soon as acceptable proposalsshall W
SermonsFROM a libel hath been filed aBy pursuance of Law, hJow ,
msdeforsupplying7OOJbusMe.Hof |
WHEREAS United be ?tn.sxri. l'f"Ji'ent of 1
Court of the Shell Lime of the best quality. It u uf America, theUait .' ,
States, rcr'n Florida the 17th day d.1ierebv p Jy"e
on
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be delivered at the Navy Yard, as ro-
to known that
Living Ministers; of October 1826, by Cant( J. Wilkinson, 'lui-crl. where it will be :subject to the u- : L and a l'u1 c'Ssle *;?"*w.1t:1t
commander of the United States Ship Office at TalM... ail!
publication, edited and l which %:
periodical payment itt
a ,
nupection
sual .fOl. Florida J be
IS the John Log-wood, on third .' 1 1182r
Adams
against some Mwnfer
: by Rev. AUSTIN: DICKINSON will be made asitisinsnectcdar.il dclivSaiuucl for the V*
disposal
oF
supposedto be ten tons, being a part of the! I .
New-York, commenced in the Cargo of the sloop .. Caroline', and C-'d. ate in the t District of Llj J'"'' .
It. Overton !! igor
June las!. her tackle and app:+!el, stating that the sale: :>1 Tallahassee, and in tL "

.Extract from the Prospectus saiil sloop was descried, at sea, by the .J',in''J .'1.mt. ln-reaftir designated, viz. *l't tTractional 'J. .tg3.

said commander of tjic John Adams in NAVY Af.nxr's:: OrrirB, ? townshipji :\01'ractional 1
"It will be the constant endeavor latitttrte.!lO, 23' nortlf, :an f longitude 81 I'eniucola, lyili Oct., Ui36. S north tit"Han e Xu 2 al1d, Ali I
ts!!.
olj\ the Editor, to present thePublic west-she was without Muster or Crew, township0Jo! ) |: ,\'t1
nOl1t
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hoard. Txvo 111: ;:(' No.2. : ,
such Sermons, cf a practical norvasnny! person found on We-st, V
Virginia State Loliery.CLJSS Fractional ...
small slips of constituted the only : tcnvns'iinnorth
1 contributeto paper 'rhe
tendency as t
may
of tinngeNo.2 &
3Fractional
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document which was discou.rc'el in the I'OVli. .

honor the great :Redeemer, !sloop giving simply ah account of l (,..t.nI1W To be drawn at Jlickmomt, on ih: Gh JJecember township x'T'north and"I'I 3
and save iu+nioral souls. It is and William Ritchie Master, with 186.SCM&ME.. I of Rsnjre 11.1'0. 4 7 \ 1tltt

i hoped, that benevolent friends of the Custom House certificate of her having Fractional tow.nship. :'\ti'f'.").rear! t..-.: btAm

God and i\tan will find the Work, cleared for different placrs dunr.g 3 prize of20,000 1 pr'zeofS'1910 Hun r No.1'rtional \\"f' t. .ncrth.p!! t "I

from its elevated character, suitable last! July and August. The cargo, tackle, 1 do, of 10,003 12 do. of 1.0'J') tUwnship 111.a.i n,'1' .;
1'\0 ; !
and tins City Range Ir{
apparel were conveyed 1 do. of 6.000 18 doof 600! 5, wPtt, :..
} be thc'wiseand
to recommended to .
for and in custody rnctlUnn .
adjudication, are now tplni!liry .'t il I'mh'1:
1 do.? of 5,000 24 do. of :JI) 't) 2
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noble ; and, at the same time, the law. 1 do of 4,000 &c. fc. &.c. north, of ].>....,,.,.e ;.0 "WI'r. al'< ,"). 4.

from i iis simplicity! spirituality, 'In obedience to the above libel, and Whole. Tickets ,.>,-Halves S2 [fj Incliiilmj tllr' Ccnmlr\.. :a t' J"
\1laceri
and cheapness, very suitable furgeneral the order:\tull11onitiun or:the Court th rf'- quarters g1 15. own of Quinc,.. ttI 1
under the hand and seal thereof to Also!
-on, ; "
townships Xn. .,
in
distribution. Orders for tickets the above Lotteryor 4 :anoniantre .J
me directed and delivered, !>. 10. 11 S, J]
:IERMS.Each ( any nth'.-r progressing! ,) accompaniedwith 12. 1"
I do Hereby Give Notice, the cash, will be recess and forwarded incl.i.lintr 1 the} ( Jllpoh C:11lratn 3.1'1 Ie c At
Monthly Number containsone all and of the Holmes' Creek !st. .11:4'lPfA :
to singular, every person, or persons by ttrernen
Sermon of ordinary length, or I ho. fractional s cSlns 7 ,
interested in the sail cargo, tackle W. Ilascll II-nnt vn
w
two shorts Sermons, handsomely and apparel, that they appear before the 10. 11. I.J. 15. 17, JR. 21.; '1}; 7, ilV
.lJgf7lt for Yates( and Je1nry,-e of II ashjiff 29,50 am! 31. in "'J.21 J
Court aforesaid, vt the Court louse in fractional '
printed superfine paper. ton City, 1,11:1 ./. / Cohen jr. and Brothers 2, north oHI11t:1" to\1'II..1.'P
4
Pensacola thereof then :
dollar in ad- nt the next term ; Fat :Inl
Price one a year, uf'IhttianurrandVorfolb. o
and there to interpose their claim fur the sections Vo.23. 24. 2 j 'fi,
'trance, or one dollar and fifty cenis Pensacola 19th October 1116! fractional township I JJarilt. t '
same, and make their allegation.in that .V..3. nc"" "
if not paid till December.For behalf 4 east. ill of..lltc-h rrHlilJat: "I", n r I V\

obtaining five subscriberswho IVm. Sebrce, FOR SALEHOUSE bounded The sale hy the Lake tickaoil1\i.OUs.: S'
to
( are supposed to be responsible Marshal IV F. A number of flection,

1 ,) a copy gratis, desired, for .. Pensacola, Oct. :Oth. 1826-34-3t. & Ij\T, nml to proceed in 1 l 1 .

one year. thr Prod)larnation. !
-\1'1':1) on Government Street in
:
five or more persons uniting Lift Ur Lettt-rB, SITU City of Pensacola-the Lot is The lands reserved

r and forwarding their names to the in the Post Office at Pen. known in the plan of the City us number of schools' or for other ; .
J REMAINING 282 and contains 80 feet It front by 170 fractional: sections I ,
the 30thv of September
i!:ditoa8 subscribers, at one time, gia line, tvill'he
1826 which if not taken out within three < ecp. :
; :
together with their payments, may Given under
JLSO FOR ir.y
L.asEtortenyearsthc'I'VO1'
months will be forwarded ;
to the GenealiPott
receive the .Work :for the year at Office asDead" : Wellington, this 20lU A
; Letterf. ? .
1526.
eighty cent each : thus reducing H.-W. L. rm'nin1.awrence; l.arKayline ".. .. .; STORY' IIODvR (

the price 10 '6 2-3 cents "Numbr 2, 11. L. 'nrownin 2, F. G. Neatly, ''.i. :; .:.f & KITCHEN, built by% .John

making the whole cost (including John' .1. Harry, H. M.' Hrackenridge 4, ,the late Col. tt'nr.Kigg By'1he President,

for the 1"ranciJ'\V.! llrsuly 2, 1). Brandy, Win. J. situated a half mile North East of George & ,
Postage, greatest Barrett, Sarah P. lleeler, Willianrliontx;, the City uf Pensacola, together'wilh the '
distance,) abeut9' cents a Nunfber. >Iririme Honifay, Antcrnc Ualderas, F .Lot of !U-30t. 'Commlaiom feneal

Subscribers will be furnished Houcpiie, Gabriel Bertram!, Francisco I3o- .; aa Th1on'hich

from the commencement. nal, Heirs of Raphael Bedar. >> FOil _
C.-John Cromwell James S. 2 it stands much of the
Cosby as rent
An.1 ndex and Title suitable
Page, Daniel Colquhoun2, J. N. Coxe Augustus to,.be appropriated to finishingi houseas
I to be -bound with the volume, Canfif, Jeremiah Clark. way be neces..at.Fm.. term and A

will accompany the Twelfth 1).-Isaac Chauncey Days ThomntDillavd further information enquire of Col. Jous

.Number. Jacob Irummond2, serg't.: Don- DE LA Ik'ji, Pensacola. -
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ica-Josenli Olivier Devcrm, Joseph Uewees Pensacola, 29th August, 182G-27tfr situutrd en Homana
V* Correspondents will he ,' Lewis Darden. Pensacola, together-

-careful in giving the names, Post K.Antonio )':sconr. 'vEit: PROPOS4LS.
UU'\ot
Office! and : Stale, 'to which: the F.-Ajex. O. Fowler, Srm.1'ry. ol

,york is to besent.BCT G.-William Green 5, James M. Green Stone, Brick and Lumber on which it 'stands,

:: Monies sent to the Editor 3.Jacob Gaskill, Jas. 11 Gnlc Adeline "%nntc(1.. number 190 and
Graiiy, Hazard Green, P. C. Green & Co.
said '
front
by mail, postage paid or free, will II -John N. Hambleton 11, Hubert J\'rtry.gv7i<', Office, 7 dred on and Komana !

be :at.'his risk (if there be any Handy 2, William }. Hooe ...t. eOl"gev.. feiitacoU:, 4th October 1825.IIOPoSALS .5 For terms seventy&o Apply feet ;

risk,) in their conveyance. lloliins.I. ) will he received an'f'pri.
.-Benj. Inglesby, James IVInnerari- JL vate contracts entered into at my office Ma. '
Letters be directed Post
may ty 2. fur the supply of the following' materials Pensacola. Tth Sept.
Paid, to for building ,a wharf, C'mumnd-
Robert Jordan
J.-llenj. James, 2.
Austin Dickinson, K.-Alfred E. Kennedy, Z, Kings!ey, unt's House,'lllacksrnilh's shop, and mast l"ll" \ l \\\\

John'W. House at the Yard viz. .'1n ogre the '
.\ o. f.7 JXYiMfli/ Street, J\ew Tcrk\ King.t.A1Jen Navy ; for |
'V. HASELL HUNT will receive Lightfoot, Samuel Linvry, 5852 perches oi atone, suitable for the w opened at '1'ulul a.s
G. Loomis H.'(;. Logue. construction ofa substantial and permanent 1Jerllmt:71t''i1a.<<
end forward subscriptions to the M.-James Maples 2, Charles C. Macy, wharf.: It is to be of the best quality IT is known, tbut the

above work.Pensacola. 2, John Matheny 2, Albert( S. Miller, A. that n be procured in this section cf arc well :. !

: 31st Oct. 182G. merica Mullery, i:mcH }.Ionhrtn, John' .M. country and to be ,1cJ\: rti of a*ize mot of these great staples:: K'I
McCarty, ,% alter A. McConchic, S. convenient and desirable the purposesfor bn 1 SLA NI> Cor Tox.
The four first Numbers
are received Mcadway, John McCall, Chal'lesIiilliu: which it is intended. who visit this country,

and may be seen at the George! Miller Kindler McCa:.kill, Robert 560,000.} ricks,9 inches long, 4J wide liuuient settiei'tent,
Pensacola Bookstore. J. Mulligan, John McGee, buinuei ; diautl vantages, in tine! /
from the cover of the National Mercer. 24clo. thick and of the first quality( ; of lands, which it is'

Preacher Ao 4,for September. Midshipman Nailer 0, William Ni- 260,000 feet assorted lumber,superfi- obviated !by this Oftice.It : .
cit: or board: measure, for the ",
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To Readers.-Those who read cols.P.
.-Charles. H.Toor3, George Pend'e- buildings, It must be of yellow pine, ut to bf 1 prepared with
and approve of this work, are respectfully ton, Francis'Joseph! Pescutore, E. 1'riw, the first quality and gotten out ajjreeahly 'relative to the quality I

reminded, thai it cannot \\ -lIiam Pinkney 2.LDesideriu to the exact dimcnsicri given in the most'valuable lands,

be supported, agrteably to its ( Quina. hill which will be furni hecl. The agent! cd for sale by the ; "

.character and terms, without an R.-Hamilton E. V. Hobinsnn 3, IlJicrt reserves the power of increasing or reducing dividuah. Hooks will :

extended circulation. It is the Ritchie, Daniel Ic Roy and Co. 2, Peter the quantities and qualities of the registering of all! ''- :\ }
ltod ague, William I). Roberts, George lumber at any tine before closing the committed to the :\ <
: wish of the Editor to afford it as tHeilly,' Mentor Rogers: Nathan Ramsay, contracts.All with drafts and descrip

low as'possible on superfine paper 'Louise Recio.S. the above materials are to be delivered aminations will he ma
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that it may circulate the, further .-William Smith 3, Thos. Stansley 2, at the Navy Yard, Pensacola. The deemed necessary.

and do the more goud : and Phillip Sandford, &has Stocksdale, Su- periods of delivery will be :fixed in the Said office will be } ::
if bele Sentenm;, Francis Stone, Enerante contracts, for which a roasonable time to all business to the ;
will
approving'Readcrs consent Souchet, Joseph Sierra, .1. F. Smith, will be allowed. They will be subject to or adjiLstmeni of Land \ 1
to a few hours' effort in obtaining John Shipper, William Smiley, Pierce the usual inspection by tie! officers of the si ness appertaining to I

subscribers, the "blessing of many, G. Small, Jesse Stroud, Joseph U. Smith. yard, and immediate payment will be Pre-emption Laws \

though at first reluctant, may afterwards T.-Henry Tooley jr. 5, John ren. made for them as delivered, upon evidence Dress of.:the United

come upon them and the brink 2. James Thamour, J. Ul'riplett 2, being produced at this office of the fit of the early settlers

work be relieved from Charles Tillman 2, John A. Turley, delivery and inspection. every description; of 1Jt1 *
i! may
k of any;' Achilles Thompson, Rob't. Thomas. Bond, with approved security, will be General Laic'is-ell(
apprehension embarrassment. V.- David Vestlery 6. required forthe faithful execution of the 1'ubhc LlIH l ( which \\

11+.--J. Wilkinson 2, William C. Whittle contracts, for the supply of the Urick and 1825, and of those

N01 lC'E.TilE 2,Thomas. Weblp 2,"J.oJm '1'. Wai- Sione. sale by the ; :
lace, Charles 'Wilson,. J. Washington be procured.
Copartnership heretofore exist- John M. (QI: The Office will be open =for receiving Letters (post paid: : '
underthe firm of Stone & Nis- Wright.W.. Hasell Hunt. proposals until .contracts are 'made ard C. Allen & Co. :
bet, is this day desolved by mutual con for the supply of.all the materials-Tp.quir- da, will be at'cnded
cent. Those who are indebted the Post ?Master
to
ed and the
; agcl1't'jill, at time whenan r
firm will please make immediate Pensacola 2d Oct. 1826.-33--3t. any Richard O.
pay- acceptable proposition shall be made
inent to F. II. Nisbet and those who have 'Ni1e Weekly llegister.Twenty enter into a contract for furaibhing a partor Jrf :
any demands will be paid on presentation. the whole. His ExcellencyVm !
AS A I'll STON1S Volumes of the above valuable
Col. Kobert Hutler,
Sy hit dtt'ni/ ISAAC GIBSON, work will-be Rallied, if the .chances Samuel 11.Ove1'ton.32t1. Jol. James Gad. den
can be sold within si short time.
.F. H. Xisbct Navg.1gl"11t. lieneral It. K.Call,

October 18 The_scheme. '. is at the, Pensacola,. ,..... Rook 1 The Mobile Commercial Itch:;t:' willse Major IJenj. Cluire:,
182r Store" } ''.'..='C', ''..'\ '' ) ; \ 1 f"I, .' *
.M \1.'Y h .'.''.. :: pi'.b'ish .hc ebsvs it. Jonathan Uoblnsoa
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