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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 9, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
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General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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11. T' : ENS tCOLA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9 i826. : :
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: T\C \\ a constant visitor of your., Mr. U1t ,* No, ray friend," replied I/ I will. .notrbirrthen Cpnstiutiou, and pay: one, dollar,' antl'- ,: '
L1ll.. Et J have jio doubt tftitJyott itfeof ippltg4 i' Tour frth'er. DU)10t insist upon pfce to,pay annually i into ,the hahdi, of ..
r/'rt'or 1hePrttJacprt-- (:arNe. my intentions..** :An rihu gravely W.hif. I< yrijl; ,set, *situ ition.iit some mercan the,Treasurer atilike dim,for tl I>e contingent "f ."_ .

,. accused me of a strange decreed dressed him, ht iC astonished'eyes gradually establishment iTNctr-Ofletns:. ail'. pcn coftheAwocitiotn! '* t7f;I- .
..tome- ) \ extended themselves", as if threatening) am favored by fortune, I will, in. *.few 8. The''Treasurer shall: annually exhibit .
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I i.l the and morals of the tt burst from their sockets For the first years return and renew my proposals to at the general meeting, a statement of
.h 't ir't;taco" Duro".. time, he seemed to think of the true Mr. Hekhair." "If you are determined," the means any expenditures of the asso*
cause, & the PgMning's! light flashed across said Stanville: "you shall have letters of ciation.

then rot, vain arc the shafts, the darkness of his comprehension : "in- recommendation. But, my friend, I am 9. This Constitution shall not be altered
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*PilFeed t' ,". '" "" bpots throw: deed"Mr. Itosmell," said he, stiffly bowing soon to be happy. Anna Hensley and except at a general meeting, and then
1 he.
thich t ,rve but as the breeze, which ; and his apec.tssuming a haughty her friends have consented to bless me. by a concurrence of two thirds of the _
f ri S /. expression, you do my sagacity: too In a few days my nuptials will he consummated members present. J
,':ut5 abroad, to spew much honor." My heart was chilled and you must witness the ceremo The following resolutions were then :

11'11:1T1t;' kmlor clfth mighty mind, saw that all\ my fair prospects were blasted n}'. Mary will assuredly attend, and you adopted :-

(!Jec:, ;ic power thou h:1II'st to bind, ? but, mustering up every energy of can have a final tetc-a-tcte. "I will at- Upon the motion of General Pinckney. '
,., t1I",hglnleatt CJf frlelor fee, nry soul), as if life did not ride upon a tend," replied I but I must performmy Resolved, That this Association recom..

: shaft I live, on Fame's brightrag dial's point," I firmly proceeded ; Upon last pilgrimage to 'my aged parents, mend the formation of Associations for '
rod tho' my first acquaintance with your daughter a duty no less imperious than an interview a like purpose in the other parts o. thia t
through succeeding ages. 1 formed an attachment her, that with Mary." I bade bun good even- State. _
tmaortal: : has increased, as I had opportunities to ing and mounting my horse, the sight of Upon the motion Judge Lee

1anl1 of Poets and or Song, remark her amiable disposition, and 1 my father's plantation first roused me Jtesohed, That the Kev. the Clergy .
?Trcc, nnd sing his praiseiglom ; hope, sir, that you will not object to our fro0 the torpor of abstraction. And who have been so instrumental in forming
, i iTirc: brpwgo! still prolong, union-I mean provided Mary's consent must these fair fields (thought I) pass into this valuable Association, be requested .
and heroic la 's. obtained.! ." Young man," said he, a stranger's hands, and my parents be to ask the co-operation of their brethren ;

I Iii.aid 1 J! place your Poets name, his reason hardly obtaining the masteryof tnrned upon poverty's stormy ocean, pen. in our sister States of North Carolina--
immortal roll of fame, his rising anger, "you had as well re nylessthrough misfortune ?" The lowing and Georgia, by the formation of similar ,
lthc tire. My daughter is already betrothedto pf the cattle the of the untutored Associations '
1t Wreath 'round hisAtw thy bays; ; song as one of the most effectuB
I another." Hut if the other milkmaid the last of the bird of
party if crowing of
from thy classic\: page the name, -: ; means snppressing this criminal ;
{iw io darts dares thy hero to defame., ., William Stanville be an unwilling bride/ Mars, as he concealed himself in the wide tice. prac. {
' groom"-asfrerl I-"and if *Iary'herselfbe .spreading branchesoftlie trcert sound-, .. Resolved, That V Committee Ke :'
opposed to the union, aJtl100ks *' in which I had once'tlelighted an- t
who can rend thy "Isles of Greece, upon -pictures pointed to draft Memorial to the
Ob', me with a favorable/ ?" Sir of the Tent of rural life Legis!
!his bosom glow, eye replied conteptt -now on. lature
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feel praying them to consider the \l
!for patriotic zeal t'embmce, he, this marriage has ever been ly filled,nte with sorrow, congenial to the priety of further mending the law in pro
kith 1l\ cause and strike a blow* the darling wish of my heart, and if my approaching darkness of eveni ng and the to slanderous and relation .

CBchbnpMUTC' so inspires the hr.unl] laughter will strew thorns, instead of.,-,..etbrm lowering in the horizon. words, making them more opprobrious extensively'lct1Cjnabic ,
flowers, in aged path, extensi DAVID GAMUT.
tfcx,mats can scarce refrain, my my : than they are-at
Ptx 1l: rushing on the foe; fortune shall find another heir. SII las From the U. S. Catholic Miscellany.CONSTITUTION using any other constitutional present ; or
Irem
4 or legal
jhlfealonc: these cfibrts cease.trElroa expressed her disapprobation of ovine means, which they deer-.efJ cientt
i Liberty, and Greece. for a husband, and I fear tha / ou 1-ave Of the Charleston Auti-Du- the better removal may of the causes which r '

d D. seduced the poor girl's hem. But my ordinarily lead to Duels. _
n, will is her I Kw.-WhcnLcomm&nd, I will '' cUing Association.

.. flarrtncas, .October, 29, 1826. be obeyed Hut, Mr. fwsmell, have you "We, whose n.imes: are hereunto s'.ib. Upon the motion of General Pinckncy, '
Resolved
,r sufficient wealth iojrfainlain my daughter'in scribed, deeply impressed with the evils That the Standing Committee
\\ \.LT alU.DrarDaiby that splendor t 'which she is accustomed of tie practice of Duelling, as that which, be instructed to endeavor to prevail
? Head this." Having thus spoken, why it flagrantly violates the express upon the directors of the seminaries of"r

-:-zlrzseiie7rithotitafriend.; he handed me an open letter. It was law of God, puts the best interests of So. education within their department *

Michael the Milesian. addressed! to him from my father, acquainting ciety and humanity to hazard ; and there impress upon their pupils the disgraceful

t Darby: Croncy was perambulating; : him that, on account of an obis fore anxious to lessen, to the utmost that impropriety- of this practice._

hater street one misty morning in security debt, his splendid fortune wouldbe we :an, its prevalence, and if possible effect .
4 r..iTCh of wool and a drain he saw at a, totally consume'!I. I returned the let. its: suppression in this community, "FOltE1.GN.

.s1mce his friend Michael Fowlerin ter with bursting feelings. For myself I do agree to he assocuVsl: for such objects a-: .

cemige!; diflicnll)', with Jenny his high-; cared not. I valued nut the frowns of agreeably to the following articles; From the Baltimore American
Hooded; poldiler-hi;h in bone I should poverty ; but the thoughts of my parents 1 This Association shall be called, the A rumour circulates at .Ancona that

i s'Aersay! tlian in flesh or in blood. and my dulling sisters: was distraction. Charleston: / Anti-Duelling Association.; Lod Cochranc has completely succeeded .
.TJirtop of l'' e morning to you Darby" At that moment William Stanville enter" \ 2.' The sole objccL. t' this "Association in his first attack upon the Egyptian .
Michael: : sure, ar'nt 1 right glad ed. The face Helclair! brightened as.he shall be, the suppression: to the utmost fleet at Navarino. Gazette of -
AugsburgTne
'" see you when I'm in trouble now >" extended his hand.II Stanville," said he, that may be effected, of the practice of Constitutional of the 25th of Aug -
L ''11'11, the top of the morning to you, "this wretch is your rival. He ha in. Duelling. contains the following.The .
i.. !M-cliacl : Pray what the divil ails yourH sinrialcd tJiat: : you neither love nor are 3. A President, three Vice Presidents, Turco
.'I ,( and Jeanie ? Are you stuck in a 10\cd by my daughter Your are the 'and a Secretary and Treasurer, the two at Marseilles Egyptian has Frigate of 60
guns not left
t'ld"; tlSutll1l1 at all, me friend," said guardian of your own honor." "lio.i- last offices to be unitedly exercised by stocks yet the '
a new attempt to launch her fail-
Micliacl; "only I have lost one of met mcll the shall be elected .
: speaks true, replied Stanville, in a same person, annually ed on the 19th inst. and the vessel still
i out of me cart, and as 1 have firm for from the time of
< tisjf-pins;; yet melancholy! tone.-"How to serve one year, remains on the shores. The of '
never a knife to maV.e another, 1 can't exclaimed Hclclair" what mean you ?" their election, or untill another in each Marseilles declare that the people
t.l i cam,the load." "Sure, won't I help youucff' "Miss nc1clair will pardon me," answer. case shall be elected. Christians is Gad of the
evidently not the
God of
: .;. : It lout in ruin: for some time to obtain a gaged before I had the honor of an intimate : shall be annually appointed to
remedy for the lust pin, Darby could acquaintance with her. Bur I do consist oflhirtcen members, any five of Bucharest,Aug. 1,1826.-It seems by

t think of no better substitute than one not the less esteem her, and 1 heartily l whom shall be a quorum, who shall meet intelligence from Constantinople, which
i' of his niters which he pi offered the use wish her happiness with my excellent always specially on the call of their we have received by a Courier extraordinary '

rt-: of to Iris friend Michael. Sure now,isn't friend. You will forgive me, Mr. Uelclair. Chairman or in his absence, by oitlcr of that the executions of the Janissaries -
'" t. ;friend in need a friend indeed?" said but I have acted as became a man of hon one of the Vice Presidents or of any two still continue. On the 15th, two
Michael. Darby fluttered by his friend's or." Helclair had regarded him. all this Members, on the suaimons; of their Sec. rich Jews were executed, one a banker

, ,, fbcrvation thrust his finger without while, with one fixed, astonished gaze, retary who shoal! always be the Secreta.ry (;f the Janissaries, the other, one of the
Icsitation: into the hole. "Now touch and when he had finished, his anger knewno and Treasurer of the Association. It richest Bankers of the Empire-his for
: Jcauie!: aisy," said Darby, or you may bounds: "Honor villain !" cried he shall he the duty of this Committee, tu tune of 40 millions of pisastres was immediately .

, hurt my finger." Hut Michael well -" can such false: dissemblers possess endeavor by seasonable interposition, confiscated. business was'entire
Incxv that JtI1nUS rather bashful a- honor ? I suppose, you will next send with the aid of the civil magistracy! or oth suspended. By order of the Grand Seig-
!inmt moving, and that a light touch with your faithless fattier to second your breachof erwise, as may seem to them most expedient liar all the Cafas were shut. The plagueis '
t his whip with a \heavy load would be contract." U The insults that you to prevent the occurrence of any ravaging the Capitol as well as our

. ; but tender mercy thrown away, so he would heap upon my name," exclaimed contemplated or appointed Duel of city. Ga:. of Augsburg.

t' jave 1"I'rl !severe lash. Oh"started Jen- Slanvillr, "I could easily bear, for the which they may have information, orwell Corfu July 20th.The mystery which .
t iiy at a double quick time in high;; dud. sake of your matchless daughter. But I founded apprehension ; to procure, rendered the long inaction of Ibrahim in-

r !;t'un.'I Murder, blood and murder will not thus remain in apathy, when my from time to time, the publication of any explicable is at last cleated up; he waited
oh 1 oh, I have lest me finger me flu.I father is branded as a villain. Reproachnot such essays, or papers, against Duelling, the arrival of reinforcements to renewhis :
ter !" cried Darin in the utmost aernnv. his sacred name." The troubled volcano as they may deem calculated to operateas expedition. The treasures of Ma- '
Lost it sure now you Iiaven't lost it at now burst with raging fury. Seizing a correction of the error of prevalent homet-ali-Pacha, almost exhausted in

ill;' said Mchael; (with pefect sang a chair, Hclctoir hurled! it at Stanville, opinion ; and in general to adopt all prudent this obstinate war, have however furnished
froid) "for here it is under me cart, wih the strength of a Hercules. flew, honorable, and legal measures, for tie: means of another sacrifice ; 300O

nan !" to his right, and a splendid mirror was lessening as much as possible; the frequency Arabs arrived at Modon and awakened
==----- ---'- :. shivered into a thousand peices. 1 attempted of the practice in this community, and in the heart of Ibrahim his projects qf
\\8C'B LL.\N effecting{ its entire conquest. He immediately resolved to "
Y. to interfere, but my friend brooked gradually suppres
no restraint. Closing with llclclair sion. penetrate'the Territory of ancient Spar

from JVWir/fr Whig and Banner. lie threw him upon the floor with a most 5. On the first Tuesday of October in ta. He advanced npon Nisia and commenced '
THB BANDIT. tremendous fall: and placing his foot up. every year, there shall be a general meet- traversing the mountains ofTa,"-
CHAT-TEH III. on his bosom, told him that had it been ing of this Association, at such place and getus ; he had already arrived near Cal-
I flew to the fields hour the President in his absence, amata when the Spartans attacked him ,
pleasant traversed so any one else, that hour had been his last. as or,
oft \Ve then composedly departed, and proceeded one of the Vice Presidents, shall appoint; with courage. Ibrahim was forced to retread
lo life's morning; march, when my bosomwas to my office. 1 must soon leave at which time there shall be a public ad- his steps ; the Greeks pursued him>
dress delivered by some gentleman appointed attacked him again at Armyros,& forced
young; you, William, said J, perhaps forever.
.
1 heard my own mountain goats bleating .Ah !" exclaimed he,you suffer your spi by the Society at the Anniversary him to return to Modon. Deceived in his
hopes and furious in with resist
aloft, I rits to be too easily damped by trifles. proceeding ; and special. meetingsmay meeting
And I knew the sweet strain that the corn. Your cause is not so desperate. Summon be called by the President, at the ance, he placed upon his, fleet 2500 soldiers -

reapers sung. Cmapbell. up every power of your eloquence;, per. suggestion of the Standing Committee or and embarked for Kitrics the Spar
tans-resisted Ibrahim lost 2000'soldiers
bravely
A few days so completely recovered haps Mary will elope; with you from her on application made to him by any seven ; ,
and
returned to Cadon with the
my health, that 1 resolved to make, what father's tyranny." "Alas my friend," members.
1 bad 6. shall be the indispensable dutyof remainder of his Arabs. Thus his project
long determined on, a visit to Mr. replied I, even that resource is impossible. It
JMclkir.-He was in a retired room ; but, My father is completely ruined. every member of this association, from of attacking Sparta, of devastating the '
liaringhithezto maintained a considerable Mary's cruel father had the unkindness time to time, to give to the standing country and afterwards beseiging Napo-
intimacy! with Committee sych information, or intimation li di Romani has totally failed ; he is
him, 1 intruded upon ,his to cast my poverty up to me. Indeed j
Pmacy with but little ceremony lie exclaimed Stanville-" but you shall be ,or advice, as may be conducive- weaker than ever, for the reinforcement >,
he received is In order to
insignificant.
imdly requested me to be seated, and no sufferer or exile on that account. My to their effectually accomplishing the
Upre ed considerable pleasure at my father will be kind to you, and you shall objects oftheirappointnaent. accomplish the conquest of the P lopa- ;
recovery, but somewhat mingled with share my fortune. Nay, do not look so 7. All persons approved by the'Standd ne-sus it is first,necessary to attack Hy-
dta; but Lord Cochrane will soon& > _
(m hsion. Committee be by them admitted ppear
After a desultory conversa-. frowning. Your talents will soon place lug may
'')nl\entured members of"this Association, on in the Archipelago: and,the,braye Fat-
to address him on ihe sub.ttt you in an honorable standing at the bar, as : .
nearest try,heart"t_ have long been andyou can then! obtain your whhc:." b"!) condition, that they subrcribs the 1 Cf'H.L.. :.





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J &-__,....A:4_ -"'" tween: theis.- He died of ihft '
the J\nt York Jaily./9dverttter, wbo was Governor of 'Caracas, has flc,\ ------' --.- -- '- ( Friday night the 22d 1ra. l ..
l.V 'fl ) Sept. *
"On the 10th of June, the Brazilian :o join General llerniudez, and took with-! }}O toW
800 soldiers -, ......... Ye
sail of him
squadron, consisting 31 vessels about and militia. -::-
viz. 2 frigate, 3 corvettes 4 brigs, 3 From the Boiton Dally Advertiser.Jlunian From tfte'Norfolk Beacon. Oct. 19th. k1 ,0)
: been JWfl/.-The U., S. Schr Shark, I.t.
hermaphrodite, and 18 schooners and C ntr cy.t-\Ve.'have
gun boats, hove in sight of Buena Ay. favored with copies of several documents Com NOT/IS, 'dropped down )esterday NOVE11AER g&YeritE.att.peur.

Tel; but owing to a head wind did not relating to the conspiracy lately 'm. rning from the* ,Navy Yard at Gosport, 1&: tr1'11U11SUAY '

make much progress that day. On the discovered in Russia r'against the gf\'er! ind( anchored oft! town Point. We understand ::1
10 A. M. the ment of that m); she will sail in a'few days, on a
following day, at larger vessels country, publishedFrench .. .
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being considerably ahead of .the! re- at St. Petersburg!h. mp rij lt: guise, The November Term ofthe g t e;
nrainderof the squadron,they hove to.and'- them is the report.of "the corlimiastonthe to\ The crew sloop of'war-now'bmJding' Court for The Western Uisttkt of;?.o r

waited-for them to come up and having Secret Societies discovered irf', Hus?.1 the Navy Yard. Brooklyn, New York, is commenced in this City, on Mo b, it
M fo be called :the '. Fairfield," after the the sixth ins:. 1 ''
united their forces made an attack on the sia, developing: their7 origin, progress ;
Buenos reun squadlXm'\Yhich wasan-' and design; and,the degree of ,-participation town of that name in Connecticut.Tlic -

chored IR'''the three fathom hold, situated of the inprincipa l mrmbersi n thejde'gn. U. S. ship Lexington: ,.Capt. Shu- We regret exceedingly the :

between the outer and inner roads. A The report was concluded_ ,Miy.30 brick,.sailed: from New York on FridayJast appearing so long an a diminuti nee i1 tyeF t

brisk fire was then kept up on both sidea 'and has been already published in this for Trinidad, to bring home the .remains but the circumstance, like the YCfQ h!, t

for the space of 30 minutes, when the country. This was'followed July 10, by of Com. O. U. PE1WY. of Paddy's: mare, is not our lath bond w 'eSt t

Buenos Ayreans discovering that their aTcport{ of the high Court of Justice, instituted .'Mobile Oct. 24.-T\VQ cases of malig- "ffJifQrtm.Ve have endtstir0ht o.t't:

shot did not reach the enemy, ceased'firing June 1, for the trial of the individuals 'nant fever have been reported whhin the vain to procure paper: of the ,! i l

; and the smoke having cleared away, charged with crimes .against the last three days. Th e occurrence of these but are in hopes by next week grope to ,**;

the enemy was discovered at a considerable .State. This.-Court examined the reportof cases is probably calculated to produce to make our usual appearance: st aba i

distance at anchor. About 3 P. It the Commission above mentioned with unnecessary apprehensions; for( the! healthcf we however be disappointed jn tbl1J\lt1 I

one of the Brazilian brigs, supposed to -be the documents accompanying it, and all the city, and ,it may therefore be proper ception of paper, no Gazette canhe re. ,

the Caboolo, Captain Greenfeli, came gallantly ,thejevidence circumstances relatingto to state, that they both arrived here next week (as our stock even tf } ed '

up.the Buenos Ayrean line, and each of the accused. They say that from up the river ill with the disease. is now exhausted) should this be this' :

commenced a fire which was warmly returned tile more they peltetatedintu the details One, landed: on Saturday, was sent out the deficiency will be nude ee

; but seeing that the rest -of the and the more they saw increase before to the Hospital, and died on Sundav--- subscribers when p per arrive up 1t,0 o

squadron did not join him in the action; their eyes the abyss of a perversity, The other arrived on Sunday evening; serve hat other papers are limiJaieo-

the captain very prudently retired from it. without bounds, and a demoralization and on Monday was' removed to the Hospital uated and that there Im been *
a
At about 4 P. M. ,seven of the Buenos without example, the first sentiments of with, very little prospect of surviving scarcity of paper in the South ana gene

Ayrean gunboats stood down.for the enemy horror and indignation, which they already another day. est,

,when A cannonading commenced, felt were excited. with new force."' The Phys cisns, we understand, do Claimant of Preemption

and continued till nightfall. Thus con ,Having completed thc-ir examination, not consider these cases as any cause of ny of our friend, from the country"Rhfa !}h

cluded an action, which will doubtless be they proceeded to distribute the crimes alarm to the citizens of Mobile. They enquired of us at what time /J bit 6rjuired

celebrated as a glorious'one by the Brazi- proved against the several individuals: in* were meo, it is said, of most intemperate to give in their claims they tothel'l

JiCBn, the whole of their thirty.one"es5els to classes, according to their respective habits! and were recently much exposed. Pre-emption, under the law d'e

having succeeded in escaping from the degrees of enormity. .-Register.JfiUctlgt'viUe their favor by our Delegate tRl

, grasp of that dreadful giant BROWN, These classes are embraced under three October 24.-The sur- session of CO:lgrn. This has at iadJJJ I
whom they had the valor to meet in com- distinct heads. 'Under the first head,, veys are going on prosperously augUtf us to examiiie the s-ibject!

bat, though-he-was {supported by a hark -., are ten classes, all involvingthe.. design of- hear to the .co\t ary. Most of the find that the Law of April minutely last rye\

nro brigs and teven gvn. ows! I: committing regicide, but varying according Surveyors have returned and made their that certain settler of 1:1\.15: proVJd

The following document( was addressed to the degree of participation in the: reports. Maj. Mitchell, of Clark county, u>shall be entitled to the in Flonlm, .

a to Admiral Brown by the Secretary of design, as original authors, subsequently Is new engaged in laying out the counts y emption in the purchase I : thereof right of Pr..1.

\Var.- ", assenting-proposing the extermination West of the C.iUuhoochie into Districts. the I same terms, restriction aa! '"
of"the Whole royal f family, or none of He was ordered that co.ijtf': "
on
\V.iR.L. ) Minis*DEPAKTMEXTS; ? duty as soon a.* provisions: and regulations, Ut !'
Jfuenot Jlyret, June 12, 1826. 5 its members or assenting measures! of the Governor had receivesi(official ;ijifor- pest, as are directed by the e wr. r:'.
"The different degrees of violence. Under the.1 nation of the completion of time boundi act tntitM.
Secretary of War and Marine: has in act giving the I right of .
received .the communication, which was 1 second head are'embraced seven cla i ry line between Georgia and A'abam.i.Journul.' : in the purchase of lands, to pre e>aptiol:
certain
addressed to him by the commander i in of offenders, 'concerned in directing or tiers in the Illinois Territory 5 .

chi.-f of the National .squadron, relative becoming members of secret socivtie*, At the septennial meeting ol'the Gen J"eh.l813.ncl on reference passed sh,

to the action of the ilth inst. with the| 1 having for their object a general revolt er.il Grand encampment u{ the U. S. in !\ we find that the settlers in to aidct
L \Under the third head are included those the city of N'ew.Y.Jr" the Igincu'i1
Brazilian<<;e, consisting of 31 vessels oftff.r following Sir certain cases were allowed the
; 'and having presented it to his-Excellency who were convicted of a participation i in Knights were elected ollicers for the ensuing fU'eemp:1Or.PrQtlided, That alt fight e i

: the President of the Republic, the military insurrection, distributed! into three years: to be sold tinder this act shall be enteitd hods

Jm orders to acquaint the Admiral, that ten_classes: according the decree- ,of He'itt' .Clinton! of ileu o -S'or1., Gen. with the Resister, at least two
weeks
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the government is pleased with the con- their participation therein. Grand Master. i fore thee I time of the bi j ,

duct of the chief, commandants, officers, Accompanying this.report is a.list cf a Jonathan Nye.of New.lIarnpshire? Dcp. the public sales' in the commencement Hiatrttber: cf

and crews of the squadron; and desires 1 hundred and twenty convicts, with a partictilar Gen. G. .! 1 the l Und lies". This at one decides in
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that in its name its thanks presented description of the crime of each John H. Korin ', of Massachusetts, Gen.G. qlles:ionthat evef settler **
) FIorMatfomea ; h,
and the punishment to which '
the brave who they were Generalissimo.
ones, imitating their'wor- f within. the provisions ortbe'
o thy chit 's awaited and sustained an attack sentenced. Of these, five were sentenced Win. Gibbes Hunt, of Tenn. G;Q. G. emption law, is entitled to the P ;*
'. ., to be drawn and quartered, thirty-one Capt Genl. ; ri'htof
: & unequalled on our side point ]Preemption, if he sh.allmaTte IcW-i
cf force, as it was in valor on the part of suffer death by decapitation, seventeen Joseph ,\\ bite, of N. n.. Gen. G. Senior to political death and to ,hard labor fur W ard w Writing,
our {'neni,". e U.
j the
to
Register of the land
"It affords much satisfaction U thentxtersigried life, thirty eight to hard .labor for different John II. Catton of Vermont! Gen. G. District! in which the bawl Office for tha
with terms, from four to twenty years, wif, Junior Warden. mar fir,
this object to address wherein he shall desi
the perpetual exile to I Siberia, and,privation Peter Grinnell; particularly : { ate
of
in tthode
commander chief of the national Island, Gen the quarter section he claims
at
zacrW
ohheir rent :
Iq1j::' ."on; and subscribes himself; with and nobility ; fifteen to per- \Grand 'Treasurer.Oliver uccka before time of the )
CQIf1/nlaceYr1'J
exile in
feenngs of consideration. pctual Sibe.ria.Vilh privation of ,M. Lowndes, of .N. Y., Gen.' of the ptt6Kc tales, rx racVUKHM.f
UunlC
rank. ; three to deportation Siberia for "CAULOS ALVEAR. gretary. '
"To the Commander in 'Chief of the life, with privation of.rank, and nine 'to Isaac7.: llubbard. of Vt., Gen. Grand may\ nuke TUB themselves iAn tin i and our for friends
ur.Itsj
serve
easy
National in the ranks as private soldiers. Warder.
Squadron, illiam Brown. they neglect to give the requisite notice
This
is
From the nallim American. ukase by report which followed the judgments by an imperial of the !Standard James Eyland Bearer., of S. Carolina, Gcn. G. within the time mentioned, they cannot

The ColombianoofScpt., "the h forfeit their rights. We regret to hem
says, high court of justice are confirmed, but Thomas
public mind has been kept in unusual: agitation with a commutation of a greater part of i Sword Hearer.Uubbard of Con., Gen. G. thatin consequence of the advertise

during the last week, in consequence the punishments.rendering them ment made by the 7gister and Tfrciivcr
of various contradictory less *e- Savannah October 24 -Gov. Troup )the Lund Office at Tallahassee, sttheof
reports The five
sentenced
which prevail: l with respect to his Excellency quartered were persons ordered to be to be has offered a reward of two hundred atfifty td the'settlers whose lands are not yetadreru .
t-Liberator. is hanged. dollars for the apprehension of It tiled for sale
It
stated on "au To those sentenced to be beheaded the ; are making great!sacrifices
thority ct{ letters from Truxillo, Vittorii bert Tlffrqpson, charged with the mur to raise rnoneyerroneottyaupposingt4at
capital punishment was remitted and .
der of Gabriel
and otier pacesthat his Excellency has they were ordered to be deprived of their1 T..Gunn,of Morgan coun they will-be obliged to pay for their land*
arrived far as Meredia,- on his route to rank and nobility and condemned I ty. Thompson is stout made and corpu.lent at.the next January sales or forfeit their
tlr.j whilst to hard has light hairblue ,-and is 5 feet of .
Department other accounts labor-tor life or for eyes right pre-emption, 8c we hope that twill
merely announce his arrival in'Bogota on ter.vards to be exiled twenty years, and af .' 10 or 11 inches high, and 30 years of cl 1. do so no more.-Until the lands ia
t the 4ti of to Siberia. Tom lu addition to the above there is .
arewarJ the Districttherein
August. Neither reside
one npr the st-ofthc others, pan of the they are advertised
other of these rumours however can* be remitted. punishmentwas of two hundred dollar offrre/l for f for sale, it is unnecessary faa

traced to an authentic source, although The five were then dressed in his apprehension by Jesse Gunn, Sen'r. them to (pay for their land.
that of his arrival irf Bugotals c? jackets Charleston, s/o6trr21< ,
highly
pro and trowsers, one side white and the
other The
bable. Had .General. Bolivar- f following appointments were made .A OTl8l.'JZ'tIn
ben in blue, with their n2'mes giving an account of i
Mereriia, we canuot doubt that during.tire their breasts in large letters; placed and tliiis on,/"yesterday South Carolina.by the Medical. College of duel in Kentucky, the Nashville KepublUcan >

five or six days which baveelapsed since dressed says. Strong hopes are entertained
were hung in of
the
this rumour has been currentumougst us, others. The rest were presence clothed in ,half Marine Dr. J. M. CAMPBELL, Phys'cian to the that the wound will not prove fatal, andthe

aome authentic intelligence of so happy used private soldiers' Hospital. parties separated on the ground withevidences
an event would have been received, and pared to march to their garments, and pre D:-. JAMES UAMSAT, Physician to the of the kindest feelings and pe,
respective desti
Poor
this in all House.Dr. 'feet "
probability, lettersTrom himself nations. The officers reconciliation. !
to his family.or friends. Come when belonging to the (IJExar; ROTLSTOX, Apothecary to -
concerned in the D
he may, however,. his .reception will bone e navy Cronstadt, .to be degraded plot/were before sent the to both of the above Institutions. C().,'I.JJI UJTWA Tl OJY&
worthy of a Uercni' .
grateful and obedient u
fleet their -
people to their Liberator and President. epaulettes, &c. were sunk at: 'We are gratified to learn that-Dr. Iii .
the side of the ships, and;.the dressed i in Fo-the Pensacola Gazette
-The very rumours to which we have half ) BON Professor of the Institutes and Practice -,
alluded confirm this fact, inasmuch as i back worn to be sailor's clothes, and brought: of Medicine in our Medical College The St. Auguatine Road.

they have called forth amongst all classesof 1 plices. transported with their accoiu- who arrived yesterday from Europe, has Mu. HURT.-The object I fiad.iatretr

people, the most unequivocal demonstrations Thc brought with him for the use of the when I requested you'to insert in your

of attachment to his person, and I whole conduct-of this of the emperor throughthe i College, a-very select and extensive Museum paper, the Editorial Kemarks of the Florida .
-t confidence: in his judgment and modera- business meets.with universal of Anatomical Pl'cpal'ations.ltlcm.Prom Intelligencer in relation to the! toad
tion."- approbation. A more severe from the
the Louisville Advertiser Ocklockney to St. AtJijf usbne,
struggle between the feelings of huinani- was to do justice to the anak.-
Y x. Commodore.Chambers of II.B. M.ship ty and public duty,I do not believe has Fourvery flue grand children of ing the gentleman!
the Hon. Jtufus contract and afford an eJptana-
Val' rows, had received the formal thanksof occurred sinee the time of Brutus. You .Kinghave. been for nation
tLc some time-on a visit at .the ,why it was deemed necessary to
citizens and authorities of Caraccas will perceive that the has seat of the
r emperor commuted ; Hon. Mr. Gore." publish any certificate whatever i>
and for -{Boston ;
uayr&, his zeal in the punishment of paper.
extinguish- a large
proportion those remarks .
.," The King of were.deemed of an e cep.
? inrfire.which occurred at the Jalter of the rebels = Enbland took an airing
.'+ ; chef; public safety .in his coach." tionable:character, I beg leave to troubleTime
London _
[
pL.::; : >n the.tJd ult. At a meeting of the jvould not admit of his doing more. The paper.
lh is.. Merchants of La Guayra, it WAS re- emperor and empress left yesterday for \_ Away with such fully! as this. you with some further observation,ia *
t
spirit free from
co.va to present the Commodore with a Moscow, where the coronation, is soon to ;approximation' to the servility of le warrant sufficiently their insertion. per6oasGiXta'gmtc '
phi'' }plate of the value of one hundred take place." /* chronicle each A contract: for opening a road froaOcklockney the.
anu fifty guinea, as a testimony of their per trifling- movement of
1 regard for his services on that occasion. From the Louisiana Jikcrtiser. our great men themjelvc.iitboQt recording river to the St. Jobs :! *
The Extraordinary the from thence to St. Augustine .was orf*
Caraccas papers contain the o'm.etal fecundity.-The Journals outgoings and incuAninga s oft ,
addresses of the authorities of Barcelona of Lyons state, that the wife of their grand daughter*.-[Maional .' /,. b) Captain Burch with Mr. John Be!!*;
baker in that my, and the in which the row-.
manner
and Maracaibo town had been delivered Dr. Preaton,
General Hrown brother
Paez of the Minister
the of seven children Her should be opened and'cleared, per'was
asking speedy convocation of the delivery was of.tie; United States at Paris
Grand Convention .(being in the fifth month larly designated in the contract; abet
for the entire reform premature of shot at a place a few miles below Louis-
of the Colombian Constitution. her pregnancy) ; but six of the children vine, Kentucky, by the tim it was finished, some reIW
a man in ,
i AJettcrrom La Writ were born alive. None of them, howev- dispute with another engaged a were published, in one, of the Nc"ti
L fa,'s--HJlseFO person. The Doctor of this
tT, mrvivcd their birth! many: minute.. was attempting to mako be. pers Territory that the !
pace been insufficiently made, notFrom agret blY; '



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,i.* contract: And ou U cot to betD of iunUy "say: *,"Robert Sharp,' -a*'for-. ia JtlrCxVillllei W
d containing similar as- rtigner has been convicted by the Third .j. e.k'Eape1> !.
*25. bas: also ftrardeil to the SecrefcrtlOnr'W.r District Court, of Perjury, and sentencedto hir Mrs. Calvin .

and, at tile request of Capt. five yean hard labour in the public pri ,
tall :, the Secretary appointed person sort of New Orleans. nt'WQ men, as laborers in the Nary Yard HAVING been under the nt"cCit'itv o.f
_
lIureI ine the road,and report, to him ? aMARJUUI at this place. They will be hired by the Iday ng the publication of hen '
v'. opened agreeably tp The con ).-On the e'ening,8rVell.- or month, and found the common II Weekly Messenger,* in 1822' now pro* .
if It Was 'h had be n approvctl ; the duly nesday Ut November, by .the Rev. C. rations.as well as medical aid in the event .poses to issue the first number of its .
t ('tfJtcidin upon the fulfilment) of the Maenhaut of the CAtholic Church, Mr.1tbTTHJW ofsictne$i. For loss ofTmie incurred in Continuation, as soon as it has been a cer- ..

ct Was taken from Cai:t. Butch, und : HANNAH to Miss LORI "" c consequence wounds received( in the rained that sufficient patronage: will be>> .
on jp the .tt'Y' of a person entirely PAULA NOVIHTA \VIDAL, all of this,City. 1 prose: l1ti no of their labors, no deduction 'afforded to defray the expenses". the! '

>!;.became. 'crtsftl', l examine *n
t>: It., '!-,;i&. l gentleman,has reported. that. evening of the 8th Scpty the Rev.Joel irt: otherNavy; Yards ofihe, United States "Mrt.. f.. S. COLVIN'S. -
"" contact has been complied) Wit h. Rivers, Joni U. -Coox Ksq Cashier of the Saml. K. Overton, -- .

,,'i'e:' mad rrade agreeably to it, the -asser- lank of the State of Alabama, to Miss Nary .stnt. "Veekie5s ngr..

llt: n therefore, that C'apt Burch intended MAHT FILES A SIMPSON, daughter of host' .Pcn co1a. 6th Nov 1826-37=-tf The cheering reception which .it met .
'cr-i'e a road which was not nude J. Simpson, of Claiborne. '" with
II) : on its late publication, from 1he. 0
J1Cllbh' r) the contract has proved eni 5,852
lIft many respectable Journals in the United
tinly' 'grennidiess.fapt The remains of the late M:1jorJames E> Perclies-of Stone Wanted. States, and the substantial aid it has already
ISi.rch has always: proved him- and Mrs. Ellen Dinkins were removed received, give the Editor to
if n 2ct'C and meritorious officer, and from the Rarrancas to Cantonment Clinch, S& Contract will be entered Into, as 1 hope thst she will not only meet reason further
ill duties have uniformly been executed and re-intcrrc-d in the same grave, on the tf&i soon as acceptable proposals shall j protection and courtesy from Editors but
,
satisfaction to the be made, for supplying above
.1ith general govern 27th ultimo. quantity with support from the public -
- ,.1&,,.;.".t' I.reMiming! that the person eel.l,1t The Military: honors to which the cle- of stone; to be delivered at the Navy If will contain four royal generally.
relative to the I road, did Yard above high water mark and pages quarto
.! cotrip'uint ceased was entitled and which it was impracticable most and be delivered to subscribers Sa
"I,t No it with I a pitiful and malignant to render at the time of his convenient to of the spot where it is to be turday, at the price of four dollars every annum
-
.fling, it must afiord him satisfaction too death, were paid in compliance with the used. The best ff the sand and ironstone payable quarterly iq advance.per
.
vPr" +e that his information was incur- follouing irder. in the vicinity of Pensacola'will be Its contents win be, a& heretofore
stet, and as an honorable man he will HEAD QlauTEis, 1st & 4th Inf. f received ; but it must he of a 'suitable chiefly literary; but there will be such
in contradictiug it, and a1ionlinglustice size for building a_ substantial and dura
.s pleasure Cantonment Clinch, F. > notices of other matters of news, of fash.
to the parties concerned. I' October, 25tb, 1826 J lOHDEU. wharf,and subject, upon delivery, to ions, of taste, of marriages am} o/'c/ tjeuths, :
tile limited appropriation made by gov.TiTicnt the usual inspection at the Navy Yard. Sec as to render it a vehicle of general
,:, did not perhaps admit of.such a The remains of tie Kite Major James E. Vend and approved security will ; be required i interest and amusement.
odd ** many might have wished, but if Dinkini of the 4th Regiment United fur the faithful execution) of thocontract N. I). Persons residing1 at a distance
;:t was dune agreeably! to the contract entered {State1-Infantry: will, on Fnday the 27th and payment will he made for may forward,. their subcnptions to the '
into,and that a chum approve jnst..jfjbv ,be removed /rum the Barrancas the Stone as it is inspected and deliver. Editor, post paid. i

government, the docnottst 1 his post und 're-interred with military ed, Washington City,June 13, 1836.
with the contractor.oji the part cf the ]honors. It is due to tl.c memory of this Sa> 11. R Overton, Subscriptions received this office.Avi.

fritrf States. j gallant and lamented officer to say, that I'
Navy dgent.
.Subscriber.. 1 these koaors would long: since have been Pensacola, Cth \'IV. 1826. :
laid to his remains, but for circumstances
For the Pcntucola Gazette } I' A mA
not within the control of the officer in dd minist'rator'siVotice.

Newspaper Poetry.Jin. command of the Regiment.The if pursuance of the. provisions ;of the .
I
r EDITOH.-1 am one of those of I
funeral escort will be composedof thirty-seventh section of an act of the
vour I't'adefl.ho love to see a small cor- four companies: detailed from the 1st I Legislative Co uncil of the Territory of 1827 j
vet QJ a Newspaper. devoted,to" Poetry" and 4th Regiments Infantry, and will be ]1 Florida Respecting the Probate of Will : .
-nor am I alone in my taste for I venture commanded by Major Twigga. The six andtha granting of Letters of Ailminis-- .
.albert: that the must indifferent: thymes officers next in rink. will act as pull bear1 1 triton, and the duties of Executofs, Ad. :
rate quite as many readers, (at least a- crs. 'Muis'rator.s and Guardian" Approved
jnoiijjst our sex,) as the best prose pro. As the remains of the deceased ape 2Sti June 1823, : Just received and for Sale
jjuctions-some u.deed look at no other proach the Cantonmcntthe .
j ?s flag will be Notice .is hereby Givento AT TUB _
wtofthe paper, except the Hymeneal, ]lowered half
to mast :an J remain s u during
Obituary and Poet's corner.more especial. \the day. lly order of Col. Clinch, dl creditors and persons entitled to Tcnsaco\a, Bookstore, .
distribution uf the Estate of
there be with the desirable JOHN
if a
1 Jv scrap Wm.
Jmpriniatuer of "I.'or the Gazette" Martin, MULISH, late of the County of E*cam '\7. Hasell Hunt.

usher it into notice. The Richmond The Atlj.4lhflnfantry. |bia, in the Territory of Florida deceased Pensacola, 2nd November, 1826. 0
procession moved to the of
place *
thai their claims: and
demands will
(Va.) Gazette always contains a p'ice- |interment half 3 be .
at o'clock
past in the : : --
not hva. )& however original and it is sub ;following order bared at the expiration of two year Virginia State Lottery.:
of that that fron the 24th day of January: 1826, un
cannotcr
jcct regret literary city FOUR COMPANIES CLASS
OF
INFANTRY.Music. less exhibited within ; FO UR-
that time
will not furnish a daily murceau, for this ; to thp To be drawn
at Richmond
:interesting: part of the Ncws ap'er. If I .AJniimtMtor. i tn the 6th Iff-
were 1\n Editor, 1'() rather publish the Pall Bta r'. "\ g f Pall IJ (.rcr.-. W. Hasell Hunt, r cevbcrl826.SCHEME..
Humblest scrap that ever jingled from Capt. Lear, 4 Int. t gj Lt. .vlJcn, 4 lif. :' Mvtnislrator. .

.'acorre+ponclent" than travel across the Capt urAU,41iif.c{ : \ Lapt. Kerr, 1 hi*',. Vt'".,, coh t'lntic1:1& 8h NNrrntAtr. 1826. 1 1 prize do of 30,1)3U 1 prize: of 52,910 _
(ocean for a second hand pc-icetof finery Capt. Wag llnf.J g; lCupt.'-() ), lit.11OItsE 11'-FJV 1 of 10,003 12 tlo. of i.ooj
SAC'OLAt do. of
from' Blackwood or the! New Monthly, 'L lime we had done wearing John' cast::>> Medical Stall; : l3iiM1 \ting Libra) e .1 dof do. of 5,000 24 do. of 203

.tf clothes] -even if we're'obliged to dress OFFICERS ON THE STATION, cab'r, ir.lencing to 'mate Whole Tickets 4,000 &e &c. &.c.

m hcmebpun, and we don't always get. Citizens.The TIlISub additions to (tic Ph..I\r\, Quarters g5,-Halves 82"50'
better tirifrJthan we could at home. all wUo have !books bit gji 25.
'
requests persons Orden for
Besides the funeral SCf\ice was read tickets in the above
amusement and seme-times by rapt.Bead. Lottery ,
to return them on or before the 1st. daj<< (or (tth
any ?r
'
i irstructionuliicliottaflOI 1 \'our readers, December; from which time to the with the Cash progressing,) accompanied
nanj un embryo poet is tempted to take DIED-la this City on Tuesday' Utduy of January, -tUe Library will' be Warded by will be received and frr -

Ms fi t..flisht'ards the Temple of "ning last, Ir. GKOAGK; Ii'. A.1l1C.TTS. claed, for the purpose of re-rlunibLring "
rune, and a goodly lift i h gives him oh his Secretary of the Beard of Aldermen of cal arranging1 the Hooks. W. Hasell Hunt,

journey, he has 'oftell bj' thw means the the City ot Pensacola.I" Many Hooks have been lost 'by the J'eut, for Yates and -'Iclntyre of IfaBA'r'h'hn .
delightful gratification seeing for the l"--.r''''"' City.-and J.
r ,---v caeU'fcsr.css! of individualsvlio on thirir I. Cohen jr. and Br1Jn -
fcrst time his h.1easin print, and is cncourapid dearture from Pensacola, have neglect: t ifj/attimarf and V.-jQll.. .
to. proceed*c all kr.ow; c\tn if a .I- W' 5) edto return them ; and it is earnestly requested .
g,eat poet had not told us, how pleasant that those who have: them "inpoiscssion it UO\J -
'tis &c." Aunt TabUha! says the ;lge i is ov l oi rellSacO.UnHlVJU. Ltl.: will semI them to the subscribe & LOT.

degenerating, formerly) (she did not say -. FOR SALE. -
exactly how long it nus.uutthing A iimy ED. II15 .
alto ) was no 1P.*Hasell Hunt. E ertYbeing'ituatecl on t e t
to meet with : Nov 7- William lam"S't
"Lires to the beauli- Sloop Drown, Key et of the CI'1'tf
Jill ..!;" Tabitka !' .* *. "-butnow West.: Pensacola, November. 7th 1826. 1:1.: will be solapn reasonable Ooa.ren iCCO'o..'
alas! the }'young enarcso ungallant! &-U. S. Schr. Grampus, Lt. Com. lodatmg ttrrf ,. n ,

ur so !scr. ethiilg else we yowig btiesJ1'r ; Lattimer, 4 days from Havana. Spoke the alIU811Ca11 e. T Wc>ST O.' ,, ';
get a hoe from them.I Frigate Constellation, off Ha\ana, oRi- Trees and Seeds. mrheJU'\'ieiSJaf good order,VH
assure you I'm no great lover of Fash cers and crews all well Trent and tea*
ion, but the one now coming into ENTEKED. tZTEHE Subscriber, proprietor ; and pleasantly .
vogue
rf offering 1'rizes lot Essays :in:} Poems I Nov 2-Schr Amelia, Roach, New- !f' of the Lmnxan ,Botanic ituated. The Lot fs hty feet in front
is! an exception to m}' general dislike, Orleans. Jurden and Nurseries, near and one hundred and six v in depth and
':is i a powerful stimulus to genius. Thatfxcellent Schr Thorn, Campbell, New-Orlea- ; New-York, offers to the pub has, besides the d relrjff.house anll
psper, the New-York Mirror,I Cargo to S Patterson, J C and C C Key[ lie collection of American Indib'e'nQUiTrees kitchen, a large stable wits other out-
.cals out the fifties and twenties qute! set, J Jerrisoirjr, J Pescay, C. Maenhaui,; Plantand Sceds. This establishment houses, and a fine spring of ure warer.-
ircely, and I'm pleased to learn Mr. Hdi-: \ Nil Allen, Hyer and Kopman, the Master is well known for its great extent, The title is indisputable<< .
:orthitcuare about something of the and to order. and the plant and seeds furnished being Mary Le Ba1JJ.

same kind I really wish and doubt not 3-Schr St Antonio, notch, N. Orleans} selected with Jlotanic accuracy. The Pensacola, 20th Sept. 1826-30..8t.' '
tarrier will i public may confidently rely on the prompt "
your get the full value of his CLEARED. 0
liberal "Ten" and if 1 were a writer of Nov 2-Schr Elizabeth, Forsyth,New and exact execution of their commands -f-. .. -._ -
rll)rees would certainly enter the lists Orleans. and those gentlemen who may wish or. FOR SALE :
tiers for elsewhere"be fur '. .
or
Europe '
The.absrnceofthe; interesting 1'cnsacola 4-:Schr Robert Burns, Pearson Mo- A. .
Hard will be felt bile. rushed with every information on the
by the Carrier theippiotching
on and the articles desired will be \lO\JS1 &
LOT
trial, but I trust there will I, 7-Schr Thorn, Campbell, New Orleans. sabject, direct : .
cither from New York, to
J.obe shipped
Want of
a candidates
on the SAILED.
occa- -Gn Government Street irt.
e'cD' lio A. Nov 8-"-Sloop William, Brown, Mobile.Ur their place ofdestination elsewhere.beforwarded SITUATED of Pensacola-the Lot is

l'e eacola, 103, FOR TillS })onT to Catalogues Philadelphia of or the collection of 'American known in the plan of the City as number ..

"*--- 4I OMJJU i>CCfCCfCSSm --_,,,. JVew-j-flrjtf oct. 12M-Schr Ann Sophia. Trees, Plants, Seeds, and-also of the 282 and contains: 80 feet u front by 170
Charlatan, Oct. 23. CLEAHUD: FOR ST. MARKS. ofFruitTreeot \ deep.
< -A public meeting J very extensive assortment _
u to be held JVw-lo'Jt, Oct. 10rA-Schr Pizarro! ALSO FOR LEASE
this kinds above
day, at 12 o'clock, at all the various including
the City Hall, at the call of the President Stewart. 500 new varieties of selected fruits,found 'for ten years,the TWO
w tlie Anti-1)uelling Society, made at the in no other establishment in America :. .. STORY HOUSE
!!
request of the Standing Committee, 'M\Ve MAIL .A.l{ 1.lt.-\N6EME.1. ** and of ornamental trees, flowering shrub :!!: !! t:1!! & Kl1; 'CUBN, built by
we led to hope 500 kinds-of thee late Cel. Wm.
,. (says the Catholic Mis- and plants,and above roses ; t
c fny of Saturday) that the meeting Florida Mail. also of bulbous.flower roots, green house King, situated a half mile North East of '
bill highly be obtained of W. the City of Pensacola, together, with the
numerous and interestin g. TRVUE every other Monday at 12 o'clock'iWJ plants, Etc. may JT/I/W
-Tlie citizens of all ranks and denominaUonare M. Closes the following Tue>>- JtUI L IiuxTiand orders through him Lot of

included in "tbe invitation ; the day at 12 o'clock M. ot per mail, will meet with .prompt eXile &$ COr mon #
rountenance of the -
most humble as well All other Mails. cution.
*s.lhemost which it stands muchof
elevated
of our fellow-citizens, : WILLIAM PRINCE. ; as the rent
trill be useful in upholding and nudica- Due every Tuesday at 6 PM'Closes C. M. of the Linean Society of Paris, of ; to be appropriated to finishing* the house

IUlg the great principles i of morality, good every Thursday at 12 M. the Horticultural Society of London, and aa maybe necessary. For term and

?nac and pure religion.;!-Conner. \ \\'. liasell ,Hunt, of the Imperial Society of the ..Gcrgolaat | further information: enquire of Cpl. Joux: ,

Jh i0 O,-leans, October 24. ./'odflttlrr.. Florence, Sc c. i J 'bE' LA Rui, Pensacola. "' *

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of
ORMonthly fJI.f of Law 1 '
Ladies' Weekly Gazette. pursuance jnnjr Q <
Sermons WHEREAS a libel hath been filed i. Angus, President of ihe United ?* 1fr
Court of the United is a new publication is- of America, do hereby gt

FROM States, for West Florida, on.the 17th clay THIS on Wedneidays. known, that a Public Sale proclaim will and,* e

Living Ministers; of October 1826 of the by United Cpt J.States Wilkinson. Ship, It has been commenced under the Land: Office nt Tallahassee,be iftt held u.
commander
periodical publication, edi- favorable auspices, and, Florida on the third Monday in
J
aood. the moat
Iso the John Adams,against some Log- ntts
Rev. AUSTIN DICKINSON 1827, for the disposal 1 of the-I.tncts 1'
by supposed to be ten tons, being a part of as its title designates is appro- ate in the District of Lands

New-York commenced in the cargo of the sloop II Caroline", and priated particularly to the Ladies.It sale at Tallahassee, and in U.e ofl'ernj.

June last. her tackle and apparel, stating that the is devoted to the cause of virtue hereafter designated, viz tOWI'.SC't, ,!.
said descried at sea, by the
Extract from the Pros/icctus. said sloop commander was of the John Adams, in to knowledge and amusement. Fractional townships No 1 and 51

constant endeavor 81 furnish information on the north of Range No. 2, west, I e
will
, "It will be the latitude 20, 23' north, and longitude It

of the Editor, to present the) : west-she was without Master or Crew, culture of plants, flowers, tec. use Fractional Range No.township 2. west,No.2, north of(log

Public such Sermons, of a prac- nor was any person found on board.the Two ful receipts, a general weekly sum- Fractional townships No 2 and 3 : o
small slips of constituted only
tical tendency may contributeto document which paper was discovered in the mary ol foreign & domestic news, north of Range No.3, West, l.;

honor the great Redeemer, sloop, giving simply an account of her with a rich fund of choice anti select Fractional: townships No. 2 and 3 !ia-

and save immortal souls. It is name, and William Ritchie Master, with miscellaneous literature. It north of Range No. 4, west, t

hoped, that benevolent friends of the Custom House certificate of her having will be neatly printed on fine paper Fractional township No. 2,north of v
Range No. 5, west.Fractional o
will find the Work cleared for different places, duringlast for ...0
I God and Man July and August. The cargo,tackle, (expressly binding,) quarto township No.3liortliof ..-:z

-: from its elevated character, suitable and apparel were conveyed to this City form-eight pages without advertisements Range No. 5, west! bdu

to be recommended to the'wise for adjudication, and are nuw in custodyof which are to be inserted Fractional townships No 2 aicd3* I u

and noble ;' and, at the same time, the law. .. on a cover. The price is north of Range No 6, west, j W
In obedience to the above libel, and thosein Including the Country adjacent to i
from is simplicity, spirituality, only Two Dollars payable by of Quincy. ,e
of the thereon own
the order and monition Court -
i and cheapness, very suitable fur under the hand and seal\ thereof tome the city half yearly and by all Also, townships 3, 4 and 5,
distribution." others in advance.-Subscriptions of Ranges 9,10.11 north
. general directed and delivered, yearly 12,13 anal 14 "elt

I TERMS. I do Hereby Give Notice, will be received at the including the Cl.ipola country and pofthelohnes'Creek ut

Number contains Merchant's Coffee House A. R. l settlement.
Each Monthly ,
I to all and singular every person, or per- Also, fractional sections No.

I one Sermon ordinary length, or sons interested in the said cargo, tackle Poole's Fancy Book Store, Ches- 10, 11, 14, 15.17. 18, 21. 22, 23 2,3.T, 27 ; ..

4wo shorts Sermons, handsomely and apparel, that they appear before the nul street, S. C. Sheppard's 109 S. 29, 30 sort 31, in:1cti0I1i1 townsh ;

printed on superfine paper. Court aforesaid, at the Court House in Ninth Street, John R. \Vullt>r's *, north of Range 4, east; and ftaeioraj
thereof then
Pensacola, at the next term ,
Price one dollar a year, in advance and there to interpose their claim for the 209 N. Front S'ree', and at William sections vo. 23. 24, 25.n2?, 35 antI 36 t

or one dollar and fifty cents same, and make their allegations iu-th.it St-avely's 70 S. Third street, fractional all township No. 3, north ofRa'Ke'
4 east, of* hicii fractional sections
if not.paid till December. behalf."r Philadelphia. bounded by the Lake Mickasukie. ue

'0 For obtaining five subscribers m. Sebree, Among a numerous list of contributors The sale to commence with the- lowtS

(who.are supposed to be responsible Marshal V F. are the names of Sclleck number of section, township and loge

) a copy gratis, if desired, for Pensacola, Oct. *Oth. 1826-34-:t. Osborn, Hogs, Ellen* the Boston and to proceed in the order designaj
tliM Proclamation. -
one year. Bard!, & r.. and in order to render
List or 1! ttvxs, The lands reserved by law for the _
valuable the editor
five or more persons unitingand the work"truly of schools, or for other purposes,and
forwarding their names to the REMAINING in the Post Office atPen- will distribute premiums for ori fractional: sections bounded by the Gel.the

Editor os aubscriberst at one lime, the 30th of September, ginal articles amounting to S 100. gia !line, will be excluded fromsile.. /
within
which if not taken out :ihree
1826; Given under Iiincl
All communications must be addressed nr.y at the City cf
with their Jiaymentst may
together months, will be forwarded to the General this 2Uth
Washington, of
day } ,
receive the Work !-.r the year at Post Office, as Dead JLelteia.R. to Thomas C. Clarke, 183*. lay'A u-

eighty cents each : thus reducingthe .-W. L. Browning, Lawrence I.ar- Editor and Proprietor, No. 40, John
.
price to 6 2.3 cents a Number sayline 2,It. L. Browning 2, F.G. Iliatly, Race Street, Philadelphia. Edi- Q, Adams.,
John J. II. M. Brackenridje 4, F.y the President,
Barry
whole cost (ir.clu- tors copying this, will be furnish
making the I'"rancisV.. Brady 2, D. Bl"andr.Vn.. J. George Graham
dins: Postage for the greatest Barrett, Sarah P. Beeler, William Ibntz, ed with the Album and Ladies'sWeekly Commissioner of, e

distance,) about 9 cents a Number. Mariane Bonifay, Antoine Balder, F Gazette, as an equivalent. 17-30t. General Land Gfice

Subscribers will be furnished Bouquie, Gabriel Bertrand, Francisc113o- Postmasters and others will be entitled -

nal, Heirs of Raphael Bedar. to sixth they FOR *
from the commencement. every copy may SALE.
S.
C.-John Cromwell, James Cosby2,
order.
Anlndex and Title Page, SUItable Daniel Culquhoun2, J. N. hose, Augvs- -

to be bound with the volume, tus Canfield, Jeremiah Clark. Philadelphia. May 30. a HOUSE

the Twelfth U.-liaac Cliauncey Days, Thom r
will
accompany Dillard, Jacob Drummond 2, Sergt. Don- TlovvAaJin \!uigele"5. -..,,,'

Number. ica, Joseph Olivier Devcroi, Joseph le office/or the purchase and tale of lands situated on Romana Street in the Clint

*** Correspondents will be wee, Lewis Darden. is aliened at Tallahassee, the Heat of Government Fensacola, together with the

careful in giving the names, Post };.Antonio Escovar.F of Florida.i1' .
Mali lot of \
Office and State to which the -Alex. O. Fowler, Saml. Fry. i is known, that the rich lands uf Flo- Lanit.
.
G.-William Green 5, James M. Green
well to the culture
work is to be sent. 2 arc adapted on which it stands, being half of,Lot
3, Jacob Gakill,.Jas. H Gale Adeline of those staples Suoin CAM ..AMIJJEA.
great
number 190 and
gCT Monies sent to the Editor Grady, Hazard Green, P. C. Green & Co. ISLAND COTTON. That Gentlemenwho containing forty rut
.f
front said
by mail, postage paid or free, win H -John N. Hambleton 11, Robert visit this country, with view to permanent on and seventy Romana feet Street in depth.by one hundred *

be at his risk (if there be vty Handy 2, Wi1lia1J1lHooe 2, Georb W. settlement, labor under many For terms &c Apply to t
Uollins.
risk,) in their conveyance. disadvantagrs, in the: purchase or locationof Ma. Moreno \ da. Bivaj.
PostPaid I.-Ben j.] Inglesby, James P. Inncrari- !laudsvhich it is believed might be

Letters may be directed, ty 2. obviated by ihis Office. Pensacola 7th Sept. 1825-27-tf. .
i to J.-'*Benj. James, Robert Jordan 2. -
It i is the intention of the undersigned --
1 Austin Dickinson, K.-Alfred E. Kennedy, Z. Kin slcy, to be prepared with special information, TO LET,

York. John W. King. relative to the quality and extent of the tP.RICK YARD well filted,tha.
.1o.87.Massatt Street,"Jew l L.-Allen Lightfoot, Samuel Liwry, most valuable: lands, which may be offer. vLSTJLjoyment or which be Iqd
"W. HASELI HUNT w receive G. Loomis, H. (;. may
Logue. ed for sale by the Government or by fndividual. immediately. It is situated on the bay,
end forward subscriptuns to the M.-James Maples Charles C. \"acy: Hooks will be opened for the five miles from Pensacola, at the plan.
above vkPfcasacola. 2, John Matheny 2, Albert S. Miller, A- registering of all estates which ma be tation anciently called
merica Mallery, Emeli Monbren, Join M. '.
3 1st Oct. 1826. committed t>> the charge of said office La Punta Gabaron.
McCarty, Walter A. lct'onchif, S.
with drafts and descriptions-special examinations
Xhe four first Cumbers are received Mead way, John McCall, Charles Mifflin, will be made "m all cases if For further I details and the conditions cf

and may be seen at the George Miller i'mdley McCaskill. Robert deemed uecessaTy.Said the lease, apply to the owner, on the fct;

Pensacola Bookstore.Tom J. Mulligan, John McGee, Samuel office will be prepared to attendto or Ht.hMi-tMiuil-residence-iu Pen>>acola,ha.
.. .
Mercer. being daily at both places.
all business to the perfect completionor
./ the aver of the National Midshipman Xailer 6, William Ni-
adjustment of Land Claims.To all business Carlos Lavalle
Preacher ** 4 for Sef tember. Cols
appertaining to the Donation or Pensacola,20th September, 1826-30tf.
"To RtJdtra.Those who read P.-Charlcs II. Poor3, George Pemlle- 1'rc-emption Laws, passed by the Congress .

and app.oYe of this work, are re- ton, Francis Joseph Pebcatort, E. PriH, of the United State, for the benefit Tensacola Gazette
William
spectli-ly reminded, that it cannot Pinkney 2. of the early settlers of Florida-and to ,
Q.-Desiderio Quina. every description of business relating; to a PunnsaED JVEl1r 1'BURiDLT.
be supported, agreeably to its .
H.-Hamilton E. V. Robinson 3, Robert
and terms without Ritchie Daniel le and General LandIjer.cy. ..1Iaof the BY W. HAS ELL HUNT
chancier an Roy Co. 2, Tele Public Lands, which were ottered-in May ,
extended circulation. It is the Redrague, William D. Roberts, George
1825, und of tiioe lately advertised:: for SOT.K EDITOH AIID PROPIIIKTOR;

1\ash. of the Editor to afford it asA Louise Reilly, Uecio.SoWilliam Mentor. Rogers, Nathan Ramsay, sale by the Government, can at at! time Publisher' of the laps of the United Slain

>w as possible on superfine pa be jJ ru fill'cd.Lcttel's and of the Territory of Florida.
Smith Thos.
Stansley2Phillip
) ( paid) atllressed to 11411. SCJsclUnlO1f-Year 5
post
that it circulate the further
,
per may Sandford, Elias Stocks ale, Sa-
ard IJalf 3
C. Allen & Co. Tallahassee
l"Jli. year
and do-the more good : and bele Scntennc, Francis: Stone, Encrantc 150
da, will he attended to. Quarteryear
if approving Readers will consent Souchct, Joseph Sierra, .1. F. Smith, llichard Subscriptions payable in advance.
C. Allan & Co.
John Shipper, William Smiley, Pierce .
to a few hours' effort in obtaining ADVERTISISO! -Every Advertisementof
G. Small, Jesse Stroud, Joseph R. Smith.
subscribers the of References. the width of one column and measuring
blessing '
many, T.-Henry Tooley jr. 5, John Ten-
His Wm P. Duval of this
: Excellency not more than twelve lines
though at first reluctant, may afterwards brink 2,James Thamour, J. l),Triplet, Col. Robert HillIer, Surveyor GeneralCol. type, first insertion one dollar, rah

come-upon them and the Charles Tillman 2, John A. Turley, James Gadidcn, weekly continuance fifty cents; lonjtr

work may be relieved from any Achilles Thompson, Rob't. Thomas.V. General U. I;.Call, and wider ones at the same rate. RUle

1 apprehension, of embarrassment" V.J.Vilkinson.-David Veslleiy 2 6. Major Bcnj. ( haire TuVahasser, and figure work, double price for'' thefii"st
William
C.
Whittle
Jonathan Kobinson Esq. Gatlsden Ct. insertion. Advertisements will be

NOTICE. lace Thomas, Charles Wilson T.: Webb, ';j.2, John Washington T.Wit. Tallahassee, 20th June, 1826-20-lam. tastefully displayed, according to the'

nature of them, and will be measured by
heretofore John
Copartnership exist M. Wright.
THE under the .firm of Stone &, Nis- W. Hasell 820 REWARD matter of this size type. When insertttl.
Hunt
bet, is this day desolved by mutual con RliNVAIll of at intervals, (that is, not inserted cftffweek
sent. Those who indebted Post Master. \ Twenty Dollars will from the first to the last insertion}
are
firm will make immediate to the. Pensacola 2d Oct. 1826.-33-.5t. t be given for information, as to the each insertion will be charged ass'netr
please
who has
payment person injured two horses m advertiSing
possession
advertisement. Amounts for
to F. II.Nisbet and those who have Niles' ot'the subscriber -
Weekly by stabbing and
.Register.
demands will be payable always on demand. /
any paid on presentation. them the
ASAPH STONE Twenty Volumes of the above valuable cutting ; reward will be paidto C:: Liberal contracts will bemadeWiththose

$y hit dttniISAAC GIBSON, work will be.]raffled, if the chancescan the informant on conviction of the! ,oil. who wish to advertise by theY ;t
lain.
be sold within a short time. ur Communications directed to \

F. H. N isbet The scheme is at .the Pensacola Book F. S. Chapman. .Hasell Hunt, Post Master, 1'ensitco',

October, 18, 1826, tore Pensacola 25tb October 186. 1'ensacola,19th: October 1825? : will be duly attended to.






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