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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: December 14, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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'KLL"U u NT I stattoued= tit .the fir''t; ewl-_f' Let none imagine thai :jucn a Tnere'is, nut'tce prevalent '..
B "r. i AS a certain lap>!e of time, to every this aeries of aidvMr. II,
of pipt L. Martin project i* either chimerical, offffipos&ihle mor.g them that would ,not be rt-
1'R: 'a'r.ut11FJf.f quarter ,the world In -
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4 !.; f tloe k";ae Gf tGa UnitcJ.Stalee. ,.tC8"S' 'art"#b'u'moowlt''t1 l ,'e 'atd. The ; ,,eft reprobate lij..a.
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O.rl.rJprthe 'J'crr."Y r 111t'idc1.SrD.Cr.lP1'IO improvement: it" would o:1'' men! is decrftive, so far as it goes j the perpetrators' out avoided,by the
--Yt..r ..sIblfYC1r obviously They heard the lowesiYaic s'a sprrl't'cty and the whnout fashionable aoci
be of" considerable t soffett w.V/fr r oqnfit.the the.intelligent -
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.50arable ricextend tOLtJUllnguith the'1hJtd any. pi.lnir Q ion of its intense Yt of tb ."*." None: 'but the
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Rttaneryrar Auman:1J tokeepu;!>> a conTersi'.iotf'on mayb-conVmurttcateJ: ''.to- the. dlstaii.se most.hardened end.impudent bias; ,.
ct i.;.cripions >s: inP'lvanee. 'e, and commuuiCdie; intelligence dJ! ?tie siihcJs, of the oF "
experiments. nearly > wiinow
three-quarters.of
t-E''er! advertisement"litii : the\ o, phet&er even qt er .an
A-.t : to distance of a "I whh'.dsays'M.: riot "toiletermine'tht ;mile and there is but oath rn the '
.. of one column and m :Lsur.in' f nothing tttul > presence of any re*
thousand intltsviA
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.i T3t m()re tl iu') tclv?t JVnen of this' course of point :a which the experiment wanting to" convince sptctabte female If the omtasioiito !
t\'pe''. first insertion one th 11.r, each two or three hour; ; or could' we ?"rna" i voice. ceases ta be audible, ua, that'the.ordinary tones ol do Rood or 16 prevent evil wheat
n4hl cm ti:1Ul'C fifty cenfn. longer hold an occasional conversation t! ')yt c:,uM! 1 .-ncconiplish! it : the human voice may be conveyed "m one'* power; be a crime What'a r.
wirier ones -it the si.ne Ue. Ujjlc"il 'with a friend at the distance of I -vnrds spike low Wewhisper least limes dis
for the as as when ,.t > al two: ty that tremendous account we "shall !
f1''lIr.. Tork, (louble pritL 23 or 50 Inil From --
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li't insertion." Advertisementsvillbe expertTien a in another's ear. tance.Ve are just now.- acting on have: to render on the score of profaneness .
; accor-iiir i to the : 's wh ie'h 1\'N been alreadymade were heard: and u-i-ierstood so 'asiihihr principle in distribuiingiiirii intemperance "
n c tefuJJy; displayed: : ;: ; gambling, ;.
nature: oVtheni, and will be meuv.ircd hjr in reference to 'the convey.arroe 'that n'M to be heard"there was bur througn large ciiie and duelling These practices

1111\1\, r of this size type.Vhen inserted of sounM we hive some rea- or.7 resource, that of not speaking I: XiJt'.h'.ny, years ago, the idle ofijhjing which distuib the peace of society
&t i'tt-.-rv4l!,, (tint is, nut in". itrl everywtes : amt !o believe, that such: objects | at all. This mode! ofcorivcrin;, II !i our aP xrtmnta'y an in mar the happiness of families
; I fr iii! tSje fist to the l ittiusertiunl may nit be altogether unattainable. with an invisible! nei hhort"is vislbie substance multitudes death *t
insertion will be charged as anew' :; su produced at ten hurry to end per
each it'vrtise'iient.--.tn1QUitS for advertising It has been long known, I *;nruar that the cannot help brine; I I miles di? fance, would! have bern diiion, and must ultimately calf ;

cable always on dentanA. lhat wood Is a good conductor' of I surprised, e\tn thtJU; acquainted I considered as chimerical and impossible down! the indignation of He are a t
'<"'n ,t t ,rat contracts will he mwle with sound If a watch be laid o-i the. with the cause. B.iwecn a ques- !I to be realised, as the idea on'our'country, might-be: greatly, ;

those ulio fn-nruiucution! wish, to advertise dirvc'.ed by ihe to year.nf W.. one end of a long beam of timber, ,I lion an:! answer the interval wcs !. of two persons conversing log if not entirely, exterminated, by a 1vigorousand
': its beating will be distinctly heard; not greater than was nrc for I articulate sounds th-I
n"-il HW1 l'o t. Master, Pcnsacuia, I ,f isary er, by at judicious effort on i
on applying the ear to the other the transmission of sound. For distance. It the of
,r.li: ae duly. allended to. 1 I I appears( n > more won. part our. sex. Let the I
..-. --__----.. _.p- I .. ,, I end, thsrfgh it could. not be heard I Mr. Martin! and me, at the distance d rrul!,-.'!:Iat we should be able to t practices! themselves he. uniformly: i ir
r l frlC.J.. dthe same distance through; of 1035: yards,this time was hear at the distance of five or six I r mentioned in terms" of '',reprbbation :' 4
.. the air. In "Nicholson's Philosophical about five and a hilf seconds.7 miles, ban that we should! be 'enabled J i and let us avoid" those 'whop -" i

.Ft.and ma a Jt War.r14lJ fupcr.Law Journalfor February j Reports i of a C pistol j ,fl red at one to are objects at that distance: 'I \ r&oe. them, ate 4 Wouda _the: --- .
1823, ;Mr. E. Walker describes end, occasioned a cosiderjblc! ex- by t he teh'scar'., us distihcy! air midnight assassin or the great
At a J-ite! meetinrf Aiv.Iov under a between Cotim'siloaoril.inkr.iptcy.it Mr.! a simple: arpsratus, connected ,!)1o:io:1 at the other. The air was we were \Y:: lin a few yards 61them. adversary of God and man. t ':

Meet ami Mr. Maiin, both: rcvp c'ate! solicitors with a speaking trumpet, driven out or-the pipe with? sufficient Both are the effects &f F'om the frrcannah dsrspaif,
of th.it to" M, soma du.tgrcemenr' by means ofwhich at the distance force lo: give the hhnd a smart those princiul l and laws which Yankee Trick !
arose, which ended in the farmer sending of 175 feel h, held a conversationwith bluw, to drive light substances out the Creator has interwoven with In the town, of Westborough, tit
the latter a challenge, to which the another in whispers; :oo I law of it to the distance: of half a }"ardfan I the system of the material world ; the county ofVorcestrrt and -

allowing' poetic answer Meet wall returned" *1,- io be heard through the air at to extinguish: a c,r.dt"! though I and when nan has discovered the State of Massachusetts, there re*
"To JKsy.
XiKgtten that distance. When! the ear was it was 1033 yards distance from mole of their opcration, it remains side t wo families, on adjoining
'I! anihonov'd this! dasir, with challenges
Uvo, placed in a certain positron, the !list pbcc where the pistol was fir I with himself to app p'y l them to farms, the one named Harrington,

'Hie first f'Oln friend Langdor., the second words were heard as if they had; ed. A detailed! account cf these his necessities.Vhat the telescope the other For? jish, Mr. Harrington

frU1lOU! ; been spoken by an, invisible being! f experiments: may !tc scis in .'t,- ; i is to the Ay, .icouslic tun- and 1tr.t" rbu h are' men of ,
As! tIC! one is t,'fr:Jt, and the other to wit:.in the :trumpet. And wsa! : I cliJltJI' Pii.lJ.'lr...!, fir O:!., :ae" onuL!J !be to the ear ; ;n thus, I I small property, with large families. ;
th A'!. : rendered the deception still: more 1811. Dfin: Ciauiii'r, the invrtitor thus srnses: on which our improvement -1 t Their children have received

accept decline.lia'cnageenerrt' and your must. pleasing, the words were more of the Telegraph, $u.;; sttd also! I i :n knowledge! alaI en- such, education as the schools ;

distinct, softer and. more musical! the method of conve} ing urticu-! toy:ner' chi fly dependswould( of the town affords, and have been

"*N:jw, in ivinp; this preference, I trust hsn if they had ,been spoken la'e sounds to a great distance: j tie !;r.tdu ally carriid to the utmost f inuredn \he laborious occupations '
--\cu'il admit J thr+,ugh the ai-. : He proposed to build horizontaltunnels : rt"rf:-chn of which our station pursued by their, fathers. .
; !::are uhatva acted \\.*ith tit, prudence t ; and d nu'' About the year 1750, a rrter- widening: at the remoter en earth will permit. Andas The third son of Mr. Harrington

Since cecIuuteririg: h''!l, and niy weapon chant of Cleves named jorhsen, extremity* and I f-I U r.d that, a: ta o to the exfienee of constructing is about 28 years of age-:Mr.Forbush .
a I Uaife, who had become almost! totally distance of 400 faihotiis, or nearly! j s ucb communications for sound, has a son three or four .'
There is onc: little chance, oipr"ervn.! leaf, sitting une day near a h'irp.sicord : half a mils, the tickng of a \vstc l!j ,!u: frw.'A fi.rt of the :million of years younger, who'Jiad the misfortune

rw'IPIVliiUt iie: white some one \ra pKiy- cr uld} be heard +..-ictltr th.anl I monry c ex-j/mlvd in the twenty- when* young to be crippled _
: it nVie:0\-:1'!! from you, sir, night take ing, and having a tobacco pipe ccsc to the ear. lie t.kh'c< J, I two years of war, in which weAC to as to destroy his ability to

\td the; IH.IX:vt:'n, you klm.is, to live in his mouth, the bowl of which dial a s'rC3 of &uciiwouM tar.tt? '1S I it lately! engaged. would: in all! I !labor a* a farmer.
while'you :fl\: '. I resivd accidentally aginst-te! body con Vf Y a message 900 miles: probability, b* more than sulli- Some lime'since a conversation .
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1 of the instrument, h; vs .:\- in an hour.From .- dent for distributing them in numerous took place between these two yoanj* .i
If however, you shoulJ really suppose grceably and unexpectedly car. he experiments; now stated ramifications, through the men,, ins'which Forbush spoke of J

JJy sternly I ill treat rejecting you, this challenge! to prized to hear all the notes in the it appears highly: prob bJe, whole Inland of Great Britain. E- his unfbr'.unate lot, in being crippled I ti .,
Inctl011: 'host distinct ml ner. 15y a little that sounds may be couvryed to vcn ckhough! such a project were so all to destroy his usefulness
Dear with me a moment, and I will adduce reflection and practice, he a- an iudtfir.fis i: distance. 1 r"a man partially! ::> fail of success, it I! to himself! and_ his family. -
gain ofitainrd the use of this valuable can converse wish another at the would bs a far more hoaurable: J Harrington, in commiserating .
Three p owerrul rcasonsb) way of excuse sense i for he soon learned, distance of nearly three quarters and! uii'l'al national undcrukin;;, I r! with him, observed, UI have just .

r. In the first place, unless t am grossly dec by means of a piece of hard wood, : of.a milcj by means of the softest than:: that which now occupies the j i.! bought a lottery ticket, anif, it
:iVJ; one end of which he placed g tinst i.. i&ijjicri tbre is every reason to attention of the despots of the I(I draws a prize you shalt bare -

1l'I1yst"lfam in conscience. the party agjTieved his teeth, while another person j j. believe, tint they couM hold a continent of Europe, end might half of it."
; placed the other end on his teeth, j conversation at the distance of SO !-be accomplished with fur less expenditure Time _rolled on-the conversation -

And therefore nint bc,,good sir, iF a challenge to keep up a conversation, and tobe t. or 40 miles; provided the teqni* either of blood or of and the lottery, by Forbush t

Tray watt tjll that challenge be tendfret able to understand the I leastwhisper. i she tunnels wee consructed for m riney. Less than the fourth pan were forgotten-buf the lattery '

by me.V In this way, two persons 11 this purpose. Tire: latter case of a, million of pounds would! b? was drawn, and Harrington's ticket l

who have stopped their ears does not appear more wonderful sufticiiTjt for trying sn experiment f |lrew ten thousand dollars. .
Again Sir,I think,; it by far the more. may converse with each other, J than the fus'mer.1ere this point of tins kind on un .exrensive scale ia.tl He took proper measures to ..obtain l

sinful, .vhen they hold! a long stick or a I fully! determined! by 'fX, ?; ::ll"nt' : uh a sum i is considered as a the money, caled! >or>'the crip t
To stand and be shot, then to sit for a '
iUinful : series of slicks, between their conducted on a mare extensive mere item, when fleets and arll1ies'J pled Forbish, ,reminded him of-the .. 1
teeth or" their teeth scale of inlere&titi f :- :o be for promise, and paid hint half '
l'r :r.it'jencc' you'll concludef"as I'd have rest against: a variety >> r equipped; cirrying over ;
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you iii-.keel) them. TheeQVct is the same, if ft"csYOU:( follow( fro-n a practical destruction througii! sea and land the proceeds of the ticket, and ". !
That f;.'hting ompoaes'no part of my the person who spt"aks're ts the application of :t.e: results>> A When will the war-madness cease with the other half has since purchased I 't I

Au-1 creed- : stick a ainit his threat, or his person at one end of a la-ije city, its rag 1Vheu will men) desist a farm for himtclf.. ,.: '!
: couragewiiich though it was ne
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my\'diluted! breast, or when one r:'sts the sick a' an appointed 1 hour, might c.: I from the \rnrk. of des'.ructian, and i'nc fathers, these young men 0 ;;'

I* let I imagine:: too, too deeply rooted) which he hilds ire his teeth ag.inst a message, or liuld a employ their energies aid their were personally known'to the I
\\'oullH'der. that: its fruit, sir! wI.t'er' some vessel; 1 into which the other conversation with his friend; at treasure? in the cause of human writer, and the tale as lu'retold, '. j

i is may yield, speaks ; and the effect( will be the au.):ht"1, friends! in itei6'Sor:ng". imp''t."ln? The most chimer is believed .be. substantially curs ';
Should! 4 appea"the 1 Fira.at the Table and not in greater, the more4he vessel is capable or even in distant tuwns, migt1 ic,1 ,pro] css that! were ever suggested rect.

I of tremulous, In lion. These hold an occasional ccrre&pondt ne by the most e.iihu&iasttc The moral and religious principles s', :
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lf.\n-l I J hS11r, nylife, be it never forgnt, experiments: demonstrate the facility +I by articulate sounds, and( recognize visionary, are not half so ridicu- ,which lay the foundalien .
} .j sra c9: a valuevhtcb !!':less sir, docSo with which the sj":cat whin- each.,olher's identity by t.h.h" tones f.us & degrading to the charade ter of that sacred regard to the. fill*

teal. ;)era may be tansnittecJ.Vatel', of voice In. the cast of sicktii-ss, of nun-is t | ambitious; Sc des* 61a11e'nt of tnrumise. ,.which is, exhibited
Ltiug I uieai'justly: ; lo entitledaFamily preserve It as |ion M;ui as I* can, I tote, is found to be a good conductor accident,* or death, inu-iiigcoce putic schemes, would be*, in which in this act) ,are ,carefully '

With turee or Tour children, .(I ;scarce of sound. Dr. 1'rankiin ':l&urea could thus b: instantly jmmuui- the Powers of the earth in all ages disseminated in't.rj. 1 section of

k: '.iw hv many: ) us,:that he bun heard underwater, { .1 ied, and the tender sympathy of have ben chiefly engaged. But, ,the couritryr-and ,ii.is; t.o't. the na:; _
W'.Hl t yju sir, halve not, or ougl.t-10t-to at the distance,. half a mile, the friends Immediately exchanged. on this topic, it :3 needless to enlarge lives of that_ .ection of ihe' country 0 :
have any sound of two stones stuck against A clergyman sitting in his: own ill) more extended rxpcri that the appellation of
"IlcsWes) that the contest vrould be toounequul each: other. It has, be-jwalso observed room in Edinburgh, were it at art:} molts shall- have been ulil!?1tak"n. is so often.,applied" with ,a tarcassneer. ; ,._. 1
that the velocity! *of soundis limeexpedient might address L From the" National Journal -. !
I doubt! not will plainly appear by the sc. much greater in solid bodies .congregation in Muselburgh, ..orDaikriih 4 Young Latljcs? Perhaps thIS atprf is as .well i

quel ; than in the air. 13y a series of ex- or even 'in. Glasgow. Next to'.'nolhrr8hr young 'ladies worth recoiaing as ,the, thousand, .
Fur c'cn yvit be mtist meet acknowledge, / it ,,'lJuUnot 1 peiimetits, instituted for the purpose lIe might preach the same: sermon )have: the. !greatest agency informing ,fabrications uf witlings" about'Wooden :
p of this to his own church wild the Nutmr>;s, /Yo.ke", \
Th 1t one small U/jrt of War should enK determining point. .. the charariers of the 'b- *'
:ffC a whole fleet." Mr. Chaldni found that the ,velocity next hour to an assembly at 40 her sex.>> Their rnflanse corn Tricks, and_ "Yjujtee Notions. ;" 'II ....

.........'Anduver, July :24, UJ! &.JJ or sound- in certain sulid bodies, i miles distant. And, surely, there menceb_ at a period vh:'n it. i is Cc ictltdornthe- columnsVf" ,many -
is: 16 or 17 times as great as sir. could{ byno valid objection; to :eying most needed. Yuupg men, although of our pagers to-he, a2oat dies
)1r..Fleet is a bachelor or at all e- grace of the rabricutor and the ,
what the effect of tnvtelblc their ;
rents 0& single! But has 'a murj particularbeating tan characters_ are, ingreat a .
'e.-:::M.T man.. .. on the object hinted alas .preacher on a Christian dit uce ,net ure ,for,, ed, require circulator. .'. .. .
T lC EI&\JaX'i. above! is the experiments lately .0'0 similar principles, ,an, apparatus some powerful restraints just si J' _, ATANKEE._ : '"
'------,.----..-.- -:7: _' ... made by M: Hiot "on the transmission might be constructed; r\Jr'Iug. the lime when they are..becoming --.---; 1 "': ..-' -1- ,;

J''om 2)ick't Christian Phiosn her. of sound through tolid ment;ug.,thesrqngiU 0.1( thTe.huiuaa: acquainted, wi h the world' and' are .. ...}. 'OlIQ- tll.. .., ,. .- ..s' :.
.. Acoustic '1 unuels.B bodies, and through air, in very I voice, !so as,to ,make 'it, extend, its .is ginning' to move'. beyond':.the ":inipectton 'From. t hc.'",V" tD-IQrk.:- ..Coo. -MJveriitgr.Balhria .- ... ,\

) nuaruof the ira'tutions'jUtt i long tubes, :" 'These *.cxpe r ments_ i !force to an ,assembled, multitudeof of a jispiher'a.! : eyf., -The .-' 'A. friend "as put- into :'( '

r.c.w adverted. to, when brought I sere made bj means. 'of long, Ct }'- I,-' several| ascore.ft.1.<<: .,orr thousands young, females.. With rjiofn. they our hands, the project of a const i I ,
-J perfection mankind ,niay ,b r t ndricul 1 pip I, "w blch v4 rt-' c o.n'- and, thlJi1i y'; of* ;8ucli, ,a powerj associate i are the/guardian",oi'theiV lotion f,'r'Bolivia, preparedb y;tneLiberatorH ., ':j

enabled to transport theme,t lye. .. 1 structitig for,;. condtibs *a td_ "1\q=ic_ when" -, the.- .mass,- of' ,mafkind| arc virtues.aat1JacCo r -. .- ,.nlCaale| for. !. tberrnu to zverv" region oft. he,'flobe,. :th ducts"to embellisJi: .the'. city' of;Yawtillotit, !. ouce. thoroughly: arpased attend mou. .of th>, evil. .practices 'into' mary tngrt. ,sJ'Qr.bat..fipV_ epubV I '.

a ro uei greater. degree-of rapt' !ti ris.*. AVilk' 'rr.ra.." to the 1 u; to. ratipnaiand/; rellgiom' 'inttr.uctioa -' t ijich they 'ftll. ,.;;ltH rtc uires _b q!, lie, together witj?. a, preliminary e ,'f
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tnuu U has hitherto -brtnr ittintned.' if 'sound,).T wan;- aetceetattled. ..that )"may' e, easily :jconceiyed 1 Jnsl ,1'ittie! { QbserVAtipn 'to, he- .co'n"lnc...; ed. discourse on 'gjoJrirnmfnt: by ,the :
+' the help of the 'mtcrasct: ,'>rare , enabled) to,conlcinpliiii.ihe l : invuible :, ron, is. te11"'and. "lilCriines: .a s ,, 'impprtantV; dspi>yery't .cccurrfind' ire xJeAfiiVie cf, ; _reji ion, 'prhicirpjf The
worlds of.I iife'a. 1J.d, by Ibi: 'q lck>t:tai\ r ooh, ,"alV'r w; _:Tlie, pipes ;nce;' -* .* c- f5pt Ttif_|.>_j,ei injjjitillUj ? >.''b: s,'ptursae. 'Hi JiC;. !of:* conduct:; s:'i inltselfr-that[ ',ue-intrnd tpiranslateit"at p
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t pet ,W'c cast 'penetrate hlle.fC1on6..tar r.,ahiCl.t .ishd! Jo 'a':Ct"tlJ .mJ11! r,.,asits tnt. q".gn,.t11E .eXttrll, :, which, ..Cs, most; likely to; :meet,;tht <4 : .. ttIfithro\ds wjp ;
the beyond the fango': .at wbat! dUtanccsounds., ; .. erg.',H I", o_ r.lbe.: ttvlt.Q!in g 9m! wtthtn.ttta: : treCrrt 4 or ,the, ff ;g. *Je Wit. : can .gitfe'* :not King: more" jih an "afiketdii f
C, un.assisted c''yr "By 4 the. 'fiVti '6ieti e t'e-i---. ,lt fl.3; al ds f ,ors,. r !1ear11Vt" a pacs. ... ofvan. \lrJ.\fte.1t. \ ... .takrh. ,\ h 6!n J.hey. < 'd tale fpproti i"b!. ,.,:: '*iif less ntw f-irrn of ;{;Y'', rte ,',

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icpuUicvliica bears ,1 namei j 1. .TJic. Judiciary i5 be have zifofl. ion' Tb1trC, r Cmlii !aro1; !
'" ] to indepci jl Io, by whom-we b..
.' e tnd(,,which! for in, 'tegularas: 1,' isi .Unt ofevcryihtng but the laws. cotrniming' the 3ccoUnt3P18h;! e *- ,jt t iou'.6 jtstate faaurhep .'tp !( n' \l. .
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+;AtIhfl Y p.1J
in *''In : the911tPf Octptier IJc n l'ltf.? L. p -..- --- -I- > 1: .
man) respects, we mar"cxp c } its organization there is nothing j i in the Gazette of. .
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Afill be adiptcd'since his word is peculiar., V' Jl"I ,- respecting*. arrival:' {iflCS' .w iCtjiJ: .!"!'J'U le ait to' be t.o -i'ulsAAT, : l:uyt ; t ( .

stJavr to the Suuih American he pJ\ ers' of the PRKSIDEMT sehgers, from .Bolivar, at .POIt ) .ti5oltitM0naF'fl appears: ,

Herctoforf, the Suth! Americans resemble those of the Chief Magistrate ,| Bello on their wi&y.lo Carthagena.General the fcest' formqjpf Governnieni. for f'I: /"Sc four, .
-
, e- ; in org : irang thrir governments of our confederation, Bolivar W'S:1t Guaya that co nlr). England, Gen"- The Ui. S. SloopCLAXTOX ,of War lIorn t -,.
the ) ,,,
:: : have been content to copy though more limited ; but the British quit about the middle of September rat Bolivar's opinion, was only arrived at II n.:1lelrJt.i t Capt''

} the Untied States', so weft a* they ;principle "lhat the King can and tras preparing:; !o. go ,by country in ,the..\yorid ,5Khere it was Thursday'16th ult. having ma.'le'a ft0**
six liour
of
k' how id far circumstances do : have whicji hewas possible that: a,;.free: ;Constitutioncould "In .fifty from Norfolk.Ii
nr wrong" land
ietv ,- a as ai appears to :: to Bogota, at pUce' ,dominion of National Gazette of the 2lt A?*
ender the
exist '
I wruM' permit ; but whether been adopted in in run extent.I expected: to arrive i in about a Sergeant will nail for Mexico iuhjf"

I r the! )" hutc fl-und that the state : is expressly declared that the month from the nine ofjliis depar a sceptre and a crown. If the recenteveM5itheMait' net on Saturday or Sunday. net. TSatnrday .

.t. ifjocii'ty in the two hemispheres, President is chief of the administration ture. Ile.conBrms atsc'ihe! "' state have any last the_ Philadelphia BJr JJ1.

I: is so vrfdvly different! as to require of stale, without resfionti' \ \ment made, that -Guayaquil had effect' ,which wetbink uu1ikely) pun that gentleman at the. )Masonic 11111,.fare. ,

a dilferel, p"i-! f ;l 1. organ:.iiion, bility for iht atu of the ad minitration. *- declared, it- elfin favorufthe Federative the "commercial relations) with utmost well dinner cordiality, vrhich and was decorum marked by tJ- -

i L or whct1) r.tlt'ir leisure ia simply .'' The whole? of this responsibility System, which ,ii is said this City, we should not be surprised number ihe company was from 11le

: le:1difJh m to new political rests upon the Vice was done under ihe" sanction and that they were of a favorable) nature evenly,and the rrpast sumptuous!sis.ty Wna.to

speculations! certain it i is thai this,I Ifcw President and the three Secretaries will the express approbation olGeucral ; and, it is not unlikely it may flawle, Esq..presided, Joseph If *pkif'O"

: nsiution indicatct: disposition of State .: Bolirar.. throwsome, light upon the _disposal William 'Meredith Horace: '4I

Juake much less tse in ,Xhe President commands the of the great loans the Govern- I Esquires, acted at Vice: PreVidentsI

1 future, qf the modrl which they army and,. navy. appoints their officer's From Colombia.NEWS ment at Bogota negotiated in Eng A Public Dinner, was. given .

were till new ccnicnt tu c'py.j end the officers of.the Treasury INDEED IF THfE! land. N. II. on the 16th ult.at to Portsmouth CiV

i The Go\eminent of Bolivia is (orden'minishrs, consuls, New York Nov. 14. .. CUARIKS G. RJD EJ.T. of the Navy \late

T i declared ic be a popular representative &c. commutes capital punishment, Important .V"ws.-Wei announced Consulate .of Colombia. Commander of that Station and recently .

q ; / ta.crnmen1.-SaH'r! i is a- -convenes special: sessions or the a lew days since, that the Provinces Phifadeljihlu, Nov. 9, 1826. appointed tl:'.th.' command of the West

1 t bolishrdj snc' equality decared! lobe LegVslatuti!, ,carries into_exrcu tio:. of Cumana, Quit, v andGuayaquil The following circular from the Indu Squadron.Com. .

;i ct lJUshrd. It is coKsolida-- the Jaws, and the! decision of v.he had joined what/was Consular General of Colombiahas Lewis W.IHRTGTO.T, late

I fed government, federal. Tin; cctiisofjustice, receives: foreign called -the C'cnfederacy ,VinezuVla been .received al this office: mander ofthe West India Naval Squ Con f.

i: I. expediency vf allawinj to everydistrict minisiers, and has power to'estatabltkh : and united, in calling) lor NEW-YORK, Oct. 26, 1826. ron.biS been appointed by the- Presi.

the poucr to maiu-ge its '' hospitals ant miliiary t he irruncdutc assembly :'of a National Consulate General of Colombia dent' a Commissioner in the Navy U'l.&ld.,

I.I. own .tuTairs h, however, admitted ; schools, and to cojifer iliiliiary Convention.By the United States. in place of Com. Jones. _
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and this principle is thought to 'be'I pensionb''. way of .J nLac.a.we'' now SIR-The honorable the Secretary

preserved, in allowing to r/rr/or, fie itoldsjiia ojficc'for 'lfet and, l have advices thai the 'Department of State for Foreign Affairs, At an election held on the 13th o.,.
for and A14ernn of the
}. chosen, !by tie: pi-opl! : in each province appoints his tccefsort the -\riCe. i iI of xM-agcalrnu has also united wit l under date.,o! 9th of.August last, 'St. Major Augustine, to nerve'for one year City: the of
the of President nomiha'.ed by him and I the above Provinces for .
privilege nominating the, sane writes me as follows following persons were, elected :
J for unicipul offices, the nomination1 approved! by the ...t"oni"ft'ss'-Iu"ing purpose. Canhageua papers of The .sth article of the. Jaw of JVATE'Bs'Siiiik,Mayor.

'f c } being aftcr'yaids! confirmed acknowledged /, GIli Qrcnt. "The the 29-h of September, \vilh .which"1 the lath of March last,.relative to '""' 4dermen-John Drysdile, Antonio AI-

t by ;ihe! Esecuiive and Legislature I I I i I President of the lie-public is gosyi; I we have been furnished! contain the duties of the importation, varcz Uenj&mm, lJaniel.Hurlburt A. Putnam,,William Charles Travers R., jou*

1 10 the manner mentionrd helcr.v.! to be in this, con titu\ionj" saysBoli7.r the details of-the act of the municipal -: ought to have removed the dimcullies 'Francisco Fatio." '

f The great body of citizens have 2.3 the Sun whici, I authorities ad.a declaration! : vhkh existed as to the invoices .

'; nettling inure to do! with the got placed in Ihe centre, gives"ligh: to .ol the n-jcossivy that exists Coiln of goods shipped to cur Governor MwpJxy'i; oi1reuQg ._\\-.c

t "err;,: mi than to choose t! ,tJ7"3. the Universe. This supreme utithorhy I improvement in the ._present state 1 ports being completely certified by have received the Message ofMurpity Governor

t t Insanity: fraudu'enl! bankruptcy,I : ought to be perpetual l ; be-I' ,ol things We have *Iso been. favored -, ihe.consuls or commercial agents; I to Legislature of Alabama at

'l : ; conviction in a court of j ITS ice, cause in thasc. systema w. lich | ) with the folioxvhig1: extract the beneficial efiect arising xhere-I I the com the=ncncfment..gf 20th ult. Our their limit session on
Monday
I will
, habi*u a 1 drun ken essy ga:nbiz. \vithaut hierarchies ihere i id raaronrcessily ,ofva JetttT from a from wcukl not be obtain not
. very respeciablet entirely f :prnnir to give more'tlan a brief
j andrnuLctydptIbe a man c-f than in others, fur a 5xcd -! .;; I,tlrman oCCarthagenaby; \\'tl ic hit ed. were the certificates to be esactecl I sketch of its ruhtenls, with a few extracts -

\ the right ofvoiing for electors. pcisrt i around which niagistiirales j j i will be fccfii hat a nost.impel'- on these .goods only -li4ht"! oPsuch pans as are most interest

1 I Every ten citizens!: choose au e.'f' I and citizens, pt-rsons &uc. I jj:raji change in the. Government of to ad va'lorcjn dutirs.It is neces- I i ing to our readers. 'The subject of education t.

; Itctor, who holds his office for four things, re"Vohe'C &e .a and'primary school is thus early
I may I I i Colombia is about to be. -made, sa.y that every -u.volcebe certified and wisely introduced.

I ar9. In January in every yrar,p fixed point, said an ancient, and:ll I II ;and that COL1VAK: is to be in- I ; and,iris_ likewise necessary: 'The subject ol'JEducation
com.
J I
1 J the Electoral of each will move the world. I vtsicd
corps with
province J asceriain
supreiue the
l authority I noLonly real cost 1 mends itselflo our most devoted'attention
I'! meets in the capital of thai L lie ibefi HfcJuces the experience f i:Mercantile Adverliusr.tiCartfiagena of'goods at the port -of -shipment,. 'j enjoined- it is by the

:f : province_ and there_ chooses_ iheanemurrs of lla}' i,3s evidence cf ihe udi'an-_ I 11.Oct. 1826. ,likewise the :cjuanlitv and -aaiurr om'm.a.ntinp' 1U"Pt'.pnl. nor. t..hi..... rnft0 ........_
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Li pi me inr-e CJl'5ti\ ,i tages that rtkUlt from a J-.Tt' ldc' l j I lcD.' ir Sir : An opportunity of of the goods: In consequence stilulion, involved't in the

.e1 Chambers. They also present, to ,.for life, and supports his proposi-.Jering Jamaica pCrflhitS..US to'I of \vhich, iiis Excellency, thcVice of form preservation of
I t>ur happy
' Ft. the National Executive, candidates ;j i lion that the Prstident shall.have \:: (enclose to you an extraordinary President, haft decreed : .1 st, That. vernment aud go-

for the Pl'efecolshifof the departments power tc cjifioint iiis Kitfccssor, by I!|! i ian Gaxctte of':tbis city, containing he obligation imposed by said every system, fur indi&pensabl ihe promotion* to of

? for the Governorship ailusioii to. our piac'icc i i nth ts |
the-nrocttrdir.gs had and rcsolutiona article be
i extended to all parts of social or moral happiness. No "
of the provinces, and the Corrcftiorsuip respect. l adopted by the military the of..eactvelsel bound; for
cargo i
1 rise the
people can to ;.highest standard
p of and the United Slates he "has .
canttns: 10':5- ,
cirief
says
; and the of
municipality citizens, ports Colombia. 2dly, That o'f moral and civil refinement
L To tlic Prefect ci the department, .lately l observed the practice of ajpoiiiUng )-j on the 23tn and 29;:; ul.imo, by on-certifying several invoicesyou without the ,
enlarging and
cor
Mt they present: candidates for the : thc.Clui'fiinisei' to succeed j which will
you perceive that. must retain and forward
of
: ofiic-ji of alcudfat f the the frcitcnt. l is I! :reeling effects : "suitable educa''
j justices G 4oihing : our Province joins Venezuela and monthly to the Secretary ofStae'8office !
itr To inr Senate. candrd co convenient in a republic. ;! tion'Every consideration urge
peace. :: tes the other; Drpartments of
| in their copies tbe invoices that
the of
t for scats in ihe primary: und; district The idea has powerfully posaessed) :j I cill for a reform Government. have been cert&ed and propriety enlightening the
: despatch.
j Ad the National jir.y mind and I hav ..Lbhlh'd mines, and_ improveing the morals. .
: ccurtc : to j e : : ; The ciiutr-haa been :
i I conducted the
in edby..yoo., or by cnniuiercialagents of thewhole the '
hotly'of
Exfcutvr, candidates for the Sh:1--i II i; as a law. : the ; of people
spirit order
good and uoaniimhy. acting under your order, lit the judicious prosecution of
: p tions of vicars: and curates. For :r .- I
.
: Our -
in
each office, they must: nominate-j!\Fromihe .\ '..., York ..Mercantilei ...2dvcr.icr. :;. comitiftn occupations: .. slating the said copy ibe this work no pains can be misapplied
not which
wPIe inTcrruptcd" moment try thegoods are
t tarrc! candid.stt'I I ; r no treasure misspentand no
: t The divi.1 >y the Gertrude, from Poru and all goes OH sa though nothing : cluce or manufacture: And coun-1: solicitude pass unrewarded. I; is
LogKhtivc
power-is
. ded three bodies consisting 'Cabflloa gentleman of this City :I had happened. A messenger is.. That'you immediately inr : as necessary to our moral aud civil _
among -] I to be ftc'nt immediateJy to Bolivar I department ufany that
has receiver! a lea 1" from his I difficulty condition, as the vital circulation
r ./ of thirty members each, viz : I who in the :
expected in the
friend at La Ciuayra, 'dated the: I liog ta 12th muy occur presentation of 10 toe animal system. 'Hie
the Tribune who hold their office
'it t far the Senators who iftb of October r. communicating 41 pj.!:_ihS> month, and wlios- presence all the invoices, as. well as of ahevessel9tB liberal policy of the General -Go-
four ,
I years Trrwe '
the hope, restore- concord to' '-which YOU.kDOW or suspect -
;J ;. bold their office for important -intelligence that vernmeUt has provided for ui a
eight years, Paez is his the Ht'public.V<:. *beg- leave 10 other geods than tho3e con- : munificent for
!
., ana the Censors who hold their retracing steps, and resource,' .the esta
. ; that 'the insurrectionary rnnte.ments I1\'ryto you our firm clinvic&i! Jained in the certified invoices; : blishment of an Institution to perfect
The
I ofilce/or life. (power or the in Venrzuf that no event will efldangcfloreign!: have been shipped 4o "
our.ports. the education
chambers is far coordinate are rauoui to commenced at
t4 three so *
.g ": subside! of their own accord, wirh- property in this country. Whatever It is unnecessary to recommendto the primary Seminaries. The
I T that an act passed by any two out .even the interference of the change maY' take place in the you the utmost despatch and most judicious application should
j J t: of.them becomes a law : but: an fonts of 4jo
General! vein mem, neither we exactitude in forwarding this
Go"ertUl1f"nt.Ve
T are by made of the fund thus commit
which of theupper
act originates
; .in one I nor our property will.be'molested formation, as must be well in-I
favored whh you
chambers and is sanctioned obligingly the fellowing ; : ted to us for the cstablishmrpt ofa "
T and we! shall 'be glad to learn thai ware ofthe ill consequences '
" by the other, needs riot 10 be sent extract : Sute University, providing by a
4!fl! who have interests here feel will 'arise from '*
a delay
t to the Tribunes for aproval. "La G-: '.a. Git. 17, 18:6. ,, ; I safe end just economy, Jar the
: "atisficd under I:
' } "Great changes! and for ihe i this assurance. transmit you the "ixhbve.for : greatest ,eSVct Avhlcb such, an
The electors
\ simply determine I I I Inc present in'.ention of:! the your i information,and hat
"
't whoshalIbemembrs_ of the National better, have taken place.! The II I yen may : amount 'b made' to produce.
:
: Peopli is to Btlivar I remit to the Consulate Gfiieral
!I I '.
leadrrs and of'the giveo'; '
J. ,_ Legislature. The men thus: promoters fuc1tioti I i H v Excellency's riews on the! subject
i returned decide for themselves ,..are by their recent acts convinced ex'iraordinary power, to sc: ,as he the.: monthly returps ordered by ofthe ..1/ilitia are such as if altendtU tove _

-which to'Ii' I that the PeoPle arc net toILe may think proper ; the end will the Secretary cf Foreign Afiair*, 'I wnJ a tendency to promote discipline -
each shall
chamber belong. ruled or even urged into -civil .probably be that he be named Perpetual to enable the department to form and excite emulation. He Tecora-
I '. In cusr of impeachment they all I t Dictator. I their mends-f liat arms should provided and
Frien.tas general-statement.
1 sit cl-cther, forming what is called .. war, and that their devotion to : weare tlic.distriuution ofcolors,or standards,tor
them is nat so absolute! as in the :o the tNJ.e and march of liberty 'I remain, &c. each antf the
also
f 1- a National Judicatory; company) or regiment, -
first instance UH'irnlitv' led throughout the world, veciiinoi -J L. PALACIO ( i..tribution.among' the officers, of thc
U The Tribunes have the initiative help that this militia law* the rules and of
them to SUJ'i>05 '. At-the'meeting admitting pe.o- Consul Gen. articles war-
i: in all laws relating to peace and of She people, called by order ol pic are not capable cf enjoying it, i In pursU:1DCef the cbove decree and ti plain simple directory 'to perform
I war, finance, commerce, internal! and would b I the most necessary elementary enHunona.
? merchants
General Paf? liis arrival 1 more happy under and ()Ihctrading
,
t and the of upon ai The Governor Eays '*Perhaps the sm ll
: t' improvements, the
pay i Caracas it a rrgoruus military despotism, to the Colombia
ports
resolved
was to 'dis r ,I ; are requested progress which the nilitia make in Ift ti- _
" army I charge: ihe forces raied fur ""de. which we ae-fast approrthing to. to furnish the undersigned : talY knowledge' every where, w nrinci

!l' The church and tt' eourts of fence, or other purposes : that a These frequent political move-! with! a.-acopy of their invoices' patty pwln
. justice! ) fall properly! within the jurisdiction 'deputation! of three of the most menU will, Wtfear, affect; our on application for a certificate, : oSScers: commanding are: not .expertin .
F: of the ,senator. They of friends Londonbut we do whereby all detention the their"doty and -Tire therefore averse
respectable men Caracas, be noourselvebdirubt at ,lime I before their friends and to.
t .approve or disapprove of the nomination forthwith despatched to, Bogota, that, Bolivar r, re- ala departure, jrill he .a- mnke blunders in, teaching: neighbors' lu others, ,'

t of prefects, governors humbly to represent the wishes of 1 'urns,"and acts under-theextraordindry -' voided. 'EDWARD BARRY. w1itthey do not..themselves. : perfeclfy" -. ..

/' and corrcgidors, made by the Ex- Venezuela ; in Short to .place 1I powers given to him|:, all I ; -I understand. Hence very little IS at-

r coti"" o"- from the candidates things as near as possible" as they the creditors of the: country will I: hYJrIt the'BattiKire Jv.eritan. tempted to be taugkt'and still )::SSquired. C.=

:. le;ted by the Executive from the stood ere this unfortunate event frel the brnvfit of it. One of, his. Toltical-fmftQrant- letter tiiJtration. It will 'be wothotyO1t CW?
whether it be'not espctiellto
" candidates named by the --electors, took place All this has been; f first-measures will be tore-establish from a ,correspondent dated J in proviile tor 'instructing the officers; ,.

:.' they choose the officers of all the clone ; and the 'consequence ie, the national-credit abroad usWflas I 'Guayaquil,.August'31st- has 'thiahnporiaat whose duty it j to impart instruction .to

.: inferior courts of justice. To the confidence is about to be restored. at (tome. \Ve eee no -evi! to paragraph. others. A schooUrf instruction,. 1 itinerant

,-. :. chamber of Censors, they nominate We-certainly'censider' the affair: apprehend, and a great deal of ."A conspiracy, hasbeen' discov_ from one divislon.or' brigade lo anotlxr! .
I candidates for Judgments io good to result from ered throughout tbe tatc. might be. connected .
I entirely at an end. 'Bo f.vr as con the change". at Lima, directed against the u-Ub the of General: .

.: the! :.Supreme! Court*, Archbishop. .. cern the power of the ircnera!I', .'rom_ tile 0-_.Jamaica__ r
- ,ncs, aiauuprica, etc. nominating government- the district, Bolivrr )-- toocr 10.-The recent evems of conspirators were some of \he I attached to the-oHce{ :inighijprovely bjgtl#' .

it three candidatesforeac" office. is absolute 'in' the hearts 01" Carlhageoa forcibly den onstratr, : principal chief of Peru* who I l beneficial in other respects." Ware '.

The Chamber of Centers, is to the people. We -have certain accounts the tuab of'an opinion,.entertained were immediately awested 'and gbd'.to.see thi:: $Kbjec .attn !o.to. d,
I wilt
, exercise political and I n our sister State,.tiul .trust that it I. :
mprai) "of hil'beir.g on "hw. way; long ago by the President :Of put in 'close confinement'* 'instan5 not Lc, overlooked. our .Le'gislatiic ;
:
p wcr4sirnila.i' to that.of the Arcopagites and from' Culonstia'almself, tliat: the the .
Col
what has taken place in ins plot was discovered, 6y Council as the mil ius lias been'.here
t of Athens and Censors affairs, and, t great intimacy that bians were unacquainted -wih'b\ the authorities.. .., tofore almost totally neglected iWthli
I .
'
of Rome It is their'special science of '
I duty subsists between Gen Paez and Guwernment.10- that Territory. '
"What
lo watch the conduct of the Vice defect we : : Conner, lion "there" may .
Madame Bolivar attribute
way the waters
of
some the present he between The'sabjecfof eonnpctinjj
President and Secretaries of Stale, orise ones : state disorganization the present plot, and oftheGulrwiththe'Tcnie'see' river i. ..
ioto
augur assert
iray as a
and to fatcusc and impeachthem which the some, siugular;rumoun.trow: Chi : .'a ml ; appropna-
.. fact"tbat Ptez-and Bolivar have a Country Has fallen. I ..11 I, p.roprVintr94uEet.1: : an :
.\rhencfer iieccssayr. From the perfect The min acustomed amyun;ble_ to say, .but one ton is asked to nuke the necessiTY ex-
but only to
underslanding
nominations made the Senators that obey thing.,appears t'o.b undersjood mm..tiun.'and > ritV. The g rer u ij ,.. ,
: by great-sacriGceo. are. to'':be.vmadc>> ,the, arbitrary mandates of that.the : .duly iInprc1A1ed' wifhThe valueof.internalimproyeinents f
select the officers_ of the Supreme communicalioa,' between, .
they names are mentioned &c. ; ,Spanish VicerIlYand their inb- < t' # '
'Upon the recommend,sparing
.. Coon,,Arcbbishopi' Bisb. this tre..are silent!, 'congrataUtingpurselvefc ordinate, officers, it could hardly countries- U, likely ltD,: be, Vispetided three p r..c Dt'fund until the'> 'interest' ,
'
} GpS, and other" ecclesiastical digtmtarie -' .upon the happy termination ,be-expected that' hey,couW! all aV as far as rnlates to- Peruvian thounisi: tovg0K)0, per aumio '."!licl1 f fslroulcl.then

I $. Jtia-=Uo their: .business: of this airal r." -: once be competent to direct :the and CbiUian vesseis.J- > -I _: ) be devoted to this-.objccF.. !
-
p ,to.pro ect'.D'4 regulate the, liberty :The ;BiltimoreT Citrcttej in republishing machine of a -popular Govern- which The-UriUsh.. Sliip, ', )' onarch,, 4t of U'grtttfyihg thcconfetfenxey to.ce ai soyounff Afaburaai a eslo mcm..r.!>1is11ing _-

,ef the. pgris, to encourage the'art the above letter, adds: ment. The experiment liai been : was recaptured' from a]:Brazilian : the noblest 'institution. which 'arts
: and s'cienceftjrf o ,confer and tried and i $U"lzecrew, about JOo miles the pesflt -
Jumora Since'the" above: was in type, as *e* have ,een, lias from' .tcnlatedot-Onyiobeucbt! ) } :
-xeiard9h ibe. meritorious, and Capt.BeiBsehofthe scbr. Argo-: failed for want of :adequate' force 'Rio,. as stitrd in .the '.. meHCa i. ftrnenilion, ,but must Imve, a sahilary .:-
# x'onsigo evil"doers to iRfam7. 1 alat 'armed here nom Pox 1 in !!he Executive Power. : ;)3pers.jorn time' since, 'hasarrIe4 'permanent cftVci on. posterity.: !S.icU -:
to Pelt !,e [ 1n safety at LircrpooT. subjects! ,presented to -the eo'ofthclegisUurrw "" '):)
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sn.'n"tru fpnifieatioTis. which! Vhb- rtA1lhc rc tr: i
tti, c.on1"I\or Gbvcni.ment ; 'cost admitted, the friends 6f the, Received.ft V
Ofrn'eningit.
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flit the flubect. ,.ill-soon comnier.ccliefe -a' _, Drawing .

t l riJut-ah'! impro\'t"n rnt or ille n "Jga",I i,01S;: ;inedto, bt1ilA: lhai a1 branch i of ).rhe intcrco.u"S et\Vt'en 11Jts. )lCC& sure .ahould not quarrel .' mfl-I drawing of.tbe'Grand Stat rm- VV .

'J1r Steelinuhf's: rnterest9ff theUS.bAnV\vDul: Vbeqtiitc ;; ns Julvant ,"lo1uleouM fJukr then bc clo &'intnate, & spHting! of ,straws-each tery Maryhnd: Class No. 8, is're' '

tOt) O1' shOl ld 'i 1Jr.ttrc ;' eouly shualed in this' city-; s_ in' : lo. Nor, prove'b i\ fi'inJ to bcti '?lark tJ. concede' something _to 'the'opinion celted atfd ready for examination" _
plul
( : the iin.J.or'mce bile. It would have this :advantage, it thc wouj it.be visionu.y nX pect that bf the other' Let tire [, great object .' No.31.960 the pri 'or, '$50.000 V 'V
c.! in, .ceoithrtfr to .rouMliayc 0)c unnnimous smestearn b3at. winch .1rrlCs 24.12 JO.OOO _
support and 111 from'New.Orfeans' : the _be to ,make'I he bill, in, iis_ passage .
tett'ra1' bjtct 18,966 20,000 I
of lhe mtetlmcc'ofth! peoplc.it: would to MoVde would V
in come 'extend ,,vr througli the two_ Houses, as 25,232 10,000 4 _
fur ibfir arcorn- competi'.ion with no"local banks and it iripsjiiytiiis iubhd'
611eJ our nMli'y constituted.rfiai.5 I Ithe would ensure from the interior" 'of',Alabama 10! Pensaco11. ,, .This would dimmish, pauage the I perfect as l possible ;' and if, in' the The capital prize.850,000, being drawn :
are timet .
isbrrCrt.-Y u and even from -Mobile itself transporting the mail I,from lhe'' I opinion of, sumer there .should toan-'even No; consequently Tickets : -
of the resources of t liear..1 east I* .Mobile and New ending, with 2. 4, 6, 8,0,aie prizes Of g*. ___
ly a great a discount as if l located V Orleans at least still, r_!main objectionable i features, ,
and can best judge what |)ilc..By opening a mail one lay. A-ml we beiievc it'ouM V W. Hnsell Hunt. V; _
direct
TC State, route from good : it is better to let i: thus pass than ,
; shall be given them for fcn sacbhv to Mobile, it would not exceed pohcy-in tho U. S. while locating have Pensacola 13th Dec.1825 '
all
ctirecton! ,national not to any systeht at
It w..ould51rpriJ ) 50'or 60 miles, alesa distance from Mob'I I post road, from the capUo| to
the CCllftCn drar.taJ.t" of than St. Stevens is, tvh.cre constant tlis.? ew-OI'JC'3n ?., to' keep in'lc:> tbc aidinrt Time and experience are neccssa_ The lrand. State Lottery of V ;;

: that two tfiar.d project* counts have been made fur the use of faciliticH wlnclrimprovcdsteam navi- ,ry to ,the perfection of all laws Vir-iifia : __
hems.'hesto Ration .
may \-e. in .
improve:"'ni pn'st'nt- the merchants) of Mobile. The public the mails the transportation-of: which emanate from humanity ; i THIRD-CLASS. :
If
our nMice : the opening; aljheHIL. money appropriated annually for the army \ distant we arc not depeivedafno and if' it .fchouJd be found'thatthere To be drawn in the Richmond V _
vcrv City *
day the
mail will i oj .
ShuJs soS to admit the ami on this station the .received
navy
vast
rle at are VV
the'Jint or Char'taUodciFe' "r'ei' principles incorporatedin Ya. .
that will, "
sums! by
-expended
of fortifications .
transportation oiv .
convenient Mcamboats.! 4ht' 'lawf which do not '
answer
r-crc \vou-d naturally and'convcyed'hy wl'iirl) ..130'ij.raliOli fli,7iestPrizV
:1 'rargr poiticn of our producetoVv' branch established hel c.pas The through negotiation a \ to New.Orli-ans. 'Nor will thai 'The ends justice and sound policy '"
whole
: \ Orkatis, and the tut ink a of drafts for public offices, fur pur. distance require more than 12 miles ', it will be an easy matter for .
artificial 10,000
*atui!, 5" as to convey, as our iute- I chases: of 'cotton and other commercial iwvig ivill he o;in 1,and a what direct jj very line._reinarkable subsequent legislation to amendit. .

direct, ihe same proJucrJotnUUi trnsl1ctions'ourct? be-very considerable. Nor are there very V V
any serious; obstacles in theway SCHEME
<>f the Mobile Bay. public would Imds'td be a deposit for) a few fur_the sales of of ihvsc improvements. The soil i ison Tin- Supreme Court, the. highest 1 Prize of ., glO.OOO :

'ro jdl'! ptrfCCtIY uf llic projrctB. discounts will be required years for numerous the- tide! water level, sandy: and easily ex. judicial power known to our ido ,(" V '

-n tccuratf rncl sc'n ntific examinaiiou purchase of land from the United States.: cavated.-Jvo feeders will bt required, no country, has pronounced upon the: 4 do 1,000 ,

should be made, so that the Bat it would valuable to u\ becausc the luctuare bank of r.ecessiry, except perhaps on inabili-y of Slate Legislatures to and 6440 prizes of $100, 50; $10, $5, -
it would: forever I ihe Cliipola river No country and $4.OCfOnly. V
b M u 'cdi ;nJ. the dir- pt'c the introduction efficient I laws the sub.
fits to ? in the world pass upon
brrtt presents facilities 20000 Tickets at the low .
greater
r_..i.o.. In. >.hi rr.rnuncitd... : mirrht I .of:!minor. .local ..banks, which. have RO fur ** *tcnr!UHf' ,1n&l..l' .In..........t.,'. 41... .._ iect : and, our State Courts. .. daily_. 9'1";,. ra, '1 ._.h V V V
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ECUi'cmpr\.d and justly I estimated. country much: injured. various .sections, ol- our own co'O I'lie: :Li; ;r-I'c: :i. will act under the influence of' its decision J- t"0..4.0 V ( 11)101 wishing to V procure Tickets V

It is understood the Tcnnetsec The governor also lays before the Legislature shew that sttarn navigation from New ; Is it not worse than futile in the above tottery. can do so without V V
Of leans may be extended to the Apalachicola additional expence, by leaving the '
admits: of f KO.JI) steam navigation, a communication from the citizens river then, for the oniy legitimate any V
a distance of nu re than. five cash or prize tickets in any other Lottery V
end of the 'Shoals : of Wcsl Honda desiring to be annexcd to the V
body keep .
from lie upper to Ah'.bamuVc! base before hundred miles! by opening; twelve! rndes country. longer with V VV .

t'It'the inouili of the Hvas8ee\viili had occasion to. remark on this subject, !only ofthU distance. JJcre then is an in suspense and uncertainty ?. Undoubtedly TVVHasell Hunt. V V

only two or three obstructions, and stated., that those purporting to be improvement; worthy the attention of it is ; and if the next Pensacola. 13th Dcc. 1826 V V

rasily overcome. The Iliwattee, ; the ciii7ens of West Florid*, Tere an reality Congress. I 'fere money c.m be profitably Congress should not pass a Bank. .' "

nUllc connected; wit'} the waters but few in number ; and! we believe expended tmii.craie the in short canals in, which will re. rupt Law the members who compose Commissioners Sale .
time of
treasury
canal those, who signed the communication, i peace, it will fin4 that virtue of a decree of the Superior V
bfC.oba, by a short or, perhaps and be of inappreciable value in time they have IN
and those, who \'otcJt the famous meeting Court for the D.strict of West Floricbsitting
be from otwar. not the
opened The justified ol V
expectations
a cana) might commerce that this route
are heartily sick of the measure, and :'would at Penacola, and made at the last :
the IJhVii! rC to Fort. Jackson, at iecrctly wish' it had never happened. sit insure by paying a moderate (ran. their constituents. November Term, in the case of John

the brad bf stream navigation on !tnsnnich as one at least of the Senaion :. of\luty the money, would or more at least than pay the the interest worksin It appears to us peculiarly proper Chabaudj against Malhias love Err. of .

the! Alabama.! Thb Canal I, i il I Iprct Alabama opposed the measure in 1821, 1 repair. keep that each commercial' country Don Antonio Molina in Chancery, the undersigned -

which when if ever it ".oultlli3\'e been bcnrit- should have some general and uniform Commissioner appqinted by V
rl'! at-an expense On some future occasion Win tail
Ci
we en e: '
cia! to West Florida, our'neighbours mus l virtue of said decree, \ ill sell at the
benefils woud! \'or to extend remarks the Subject system, of Bankruptcy as V
justify our on ,
the probable not think hard of nv, if now we pronounceit I Court House in the City fcnsacofa., for
would have the inerll of draw- too late to stir this measmc.Ve respect I of internal improvements, both'in;! a national -: without it the trading portions of CASH IN HA.ND VV .

and of the and commercial point of iiew. its community must necessarily labor .' ,
in nfasi all our prn'.uce to cur approve most measures the first V
; on day February
own emporium, or at least to. give of Alabama, we rejoice in prosperity, :I -Charleston 4G1JJ1J'JVov. 22.-Tc.e 0 creifel :!--. under great difficulties and tween the hours of 10 and 2 o'clock next he-of .
East Florida
choice of : he market. The \\ e are gratified at the min'y, temperate, embarrassments for want of that that day, all the right, title interest V
a produce and practical coinmunicatiou of her executive Herald, of the 14,h inst. received by and
considerable! of i the knowledge* in the prosecution of claim of the Defendants a ceriain tract ,
of a portion but we must claim the privilrge sloop William, announces the ;jarm-al :
the ueighboriiij! stales might also of dissenting from the visionary scheme, in that city, from Tallalnsaee, of Col. J. their claims, so necessary ensure of land,-situatecJ between the Uay of St, :.
Rosa and the Day of St. Maria V
flow in :hr same channel, &;id give of dismembering: our Ten tory, merely to I i \1. WUIIK, their Urlegute in Congress, a successful i5suer .* adjoining land Joseph de Galve V
I on his to Washington.! Col. WHITE __ Bonifay.contain
way
of favorable !round off the boundaries of a neighboring .w--iu.- V V.
the opportunity very -r ingabout ;
Stale. I was welcomed at St. AugustWt"\a he

t (Ch30r S to a large uorlionvoicyf : The Governor also touches upon 1 the i had been at the other principal places| in C" 1. IBltCIh One Thousand Arpcns, V

citizens. An access \viil also i Creek Treaty and the rights of the State, ;, Imtllrest and East l-'lorida, wiliii !many or so much thereof as will pay the debts .

be Riven to lanaI ket l liss liable to supposed to be involved by it. But ina marks attention and regard, for his enlightened Prices of Cotton, decree, with interest and costs.

h? overstocked than thegl.e t emporium style su temperate and proper and candid and unwearied. services In Con- I L t'er nol" Oct.' 17 -The market has V William Sebree. VV

cf tire! Valley! of lhc Mississippi. that the contrast with Ciov. Troop'srncsiges grf.ss.CfJlll'ic.- ''NORFOLK : been dull throughout the week, anl the Comau'tsiontr. :
Nov. 16. .
is ,
on the same subject very sales lately have been at a decline of 1 8 2nd. December
182541..6t.'V
creditable to the Executive of Alabama. Jllililury .11 :1cncr:6.UI'e..et MajorWorth's 'V V
Ib.The Island offered V
Sea
The political! effect which would I On a hasty perusal of the mcsla-ewe' are Company A. 1st Kegt. U. S. Artillery lion to ;& per yesterday went oft at steady by prices aic Ph1OJOSALSFOItpUBLISllN Gi ,- : V

be product, by the firqueut ad I disposed approve of it, as a practical, arrived at Enrtress Monroe, o"n The import 5453 bag and the safes Weekly Newspaper in the City of 1Vas!- V
sensible useful cululuted to I Monday lust from New-London, ((:onll.: ) irlP'ton.V VV V
and ,
,
intimate association of our citizens paper 7594 ba8; viz 'S. I, Geo. ord. to mid V,
of the Governor I in the brig Willum, Capt Shibls l tn replace
give a favourable! impression TO BE CALLED,
at one common mart, thus render V2ff i fair to good. 13 a 15 ; Stane4l (!I.
& the State over which he presides. a company which; left that pint 21st 6 7 do 7 9 6 6 do 6 The Washington Examiner. V
a Upland,
ing sensible the identity cf intci- ;ult. in the same brig fur New-London.Ve a "; | a $ |
a 74 ; .Alabama Mobil-.*, 6 j do 6 5-8 a ) } lE advantages of
a V
the notice f I \ learn also! "that Cant. M'CIintock's Weekly Journal,
vil! "
cst r.ot .f' Cfpe Two weeks since we published.an extract -
7 ;_Orleans, 6 5 3 a. 7, do 7$ a 8, do fine ;>ubl shed in the Metropolis of the
a jour hours-Abie; body.Yc! 111&1 I from the condensed report of the : company! C. Will lake their departure, o :-: a 5-o. Union, are so obvious, that any '
Hoard of on the subject: of this day, from Fortress Monroe, wind and enlargement .
prove as fortunate as any of the Engineers, CfJ Lvl'e. Oct. 17.-Business j is rather on them is deemed V
marine I.onticl' weather permitting. in the brig1'William, unnecessaiy. V
slates in Inning almost all our fortifications along our dull, Cotton for the list two days has At present, no newspaper exists in Washi1tOii V
; ,
for New Orleans] to be replaced shortly
it that
but had not time then to give no-
been without demand, Upland! of which the;
range publication 'i
is
produce 8"ld in our own markets. from tj at not
by a !
.quarter
lice which it entitled to. company
is from 18! to 21 j, with no of t nprovement. more frequent-than is
prospect
adapted the
-This eubjfct", in all its variousand This report is the "most extensive and TheU. S ship> llornet Capt. Ch\lon. of a considerable to convenience

important bearings, I feel as. perfect \ve have noticed from on the was towed down'to Old l'oitCom1irt. by "The King ordinance-adniLtig; South community. The present portion of the
is
subject. It includes! our whole sea coast, the steam bo\t Norfolk, on.Tuesday last enterprise .
fund vri'.l: receive ycur attentive America Cotton to the sawe duty as Up .calculated to meet the deficienc. Its
from her oil Town Point
and is considerably minute on the most unchotagc land (which duty was 4 sols lb. and object will be
consideration ; and 1 beg leave to whence she proceeded immediately to per I to promote the cause of
and inlets of tie coast.
important bays is reduced 2 sol4 for Cottun and V
now cvci morality to diffuse poltical:
and
recon nrcr.d, that an appropriation from the repurt It will be seen, that icn- sen. She .bound. f>r, the Delaware, hite.rary -
imported into France since the 8th June information
and its
,
be n ede to defray the expenses of aco1a bay :lias deservedly attracted much where she wiJI take on board, the' lion. last) his thrown a great depreciation on cheerfully opened; to discussions: _columns will be :

notice, anti advantages are ably point Mr. Sergeant, Minister to.the South-Ame connect
*
a suitable examination ol these, orBccli Short Cotton. ed with these important
cd out; in relation to lite interior and the rican Congress. subjects, when
Sea Island dull at 38 to 45 sols. conducted with
other improvements as you,
temperance
neighboring cities; i in time of war. We. have bfs politely favored with the propric- V J
in jour wisdom, may direct. The I While on the subject of I'ensacola! bay following !list of her officers .- S Savannah Nov. 25th-The Marketfor ty, On the subject of politics, the design 4*

tv.ain energies, of the Stale shouldbe : the board slightly glanced at several very ALKXA&DCU CLAXTOS, liaq. Commander.Lieutenants Uplands, has.been 'cry inactive for belngratjuQrtotxhjbga11 epitome of pub- V ilVi V V
the past week-holders ask Termer prices lie atfairs, tl& _
the
employed in opening: new sources -I in.poitant internal communications, which, -Win. J. Belt, Joseph but ; n.to attempt j minuteness
purchasers are not willing to givewithin ofachionicle
a of tht
Cults. A. Adx-ns \\ S,*atoh. report debates in
in.
in they believe acticabfc, and the internal Henry .
of-communication, or removing P' a i cent of them we therefore reduce Congresses not promised but
communication with the. waters of Mobile Suiting Matter\V m. C. Whittle. ; an accurate
sd diffcu't obstructions our quotation lo 9.J a lOj. Very and arranged V
statement of
great hav, which is known to be feasible! and J'nrscr Robert Pottenger.Surgeon's the pro- .
superior in square packages might yet ccedings of both Houses will .
i in the natural chrnnrls. wl icl. be accomplished with comparatively Mute-Johnson. < regularly V
nay .
11
The minor stream?, ar.d indeed trifling expense.It ..JliJalJjJ1MII-Jamej F, Sctnck, Arc bring cts.Sealiland appear, and in connection, the State Papers .
--18 a 25 principal sales of and other
; public documents. M -
the rhersThere nothing seems now generally admitted to be bald M. Green, d'inV.. Moore. JosephW
larger common to fair at 18 a 20 ; Hue parcels Although the \\Vashington Examiner V
the soundest policy _of our governmentto Jarvis.Captain -
than'ordinary obstructions above those will be conducted <
in
mote prices. ,
M. regard to men and *
CferJt-Thosias
ititenene might be operated prepare for war, fortifying the mOatepoSt 9 Randolph Charleiton"ov, 27.-The accounts measure, with the impartiality- which is .,
upon d I vulnerable points of our mafi'ime Jlattcr't ..UalThomu) 'V. Itobinson.Hoattvtipn .
roads and highways err. A! Kdward: Ingraham. from Englcnd prevented any demand for essential, to the beneficial( operationof 3.V V V
-
as frontier. This policy! calculated
Uplands for the English market: the pasl public .Journal, the publisher thinks
of the n.uch but should wr'ilh OunerHums.. pro
low waer, TO a
pre'cnt'ar ;
stages week. The chief business done in this per to add, that his political sentiments
and-in foreign be inc\habJe, it will great The U. S. schr. Shark, Lieut. Com. V
ir.iglithe done, af3) pcr- power article was for. the French and tlrturnmu'ke't. are unequivocaUy and favora
hap less severely felt, than byni&kingfcpprojiations ly diminibh the expense of defending the i SOl ri", will, we learn, sail in a few ,days Seleclivnsof very priaie brought ble to the present Administration.decidedly ,
counlryand perhaps ,:ve millions, which; : lor the Coast'O Africa. The following V
whIch uti! i 10g ?cnts ; whilst the greatest range was This puperVill be publ.shed by SIX"- :
| the depredations of III! ? eicnry: n.'j.ltctheri : ;:rc the officers alUdied\ to hr :- \
from A few sales
9 to 10 cents' of Sea GI..ETONV the
on first Saturday
E V
-
inalrl dtvolro on ourselves to Aid il is clear : ,
) ; IC destroy. cquulk: OTirjNounip, Esq. Cominuutkr. ; 19 23 I
I Inlands took place-at to cts, and in January next, in a sheet
pay. It is only the exchange cf labor i that! the purposes of defence are greatly :I. J.itlltellallt-D.Vl U. Steuraxi ThornTisJ. I if Maiaes and Santees: at 16 u 19 ets.Veo taming eight quarto pages. u being con.desirable ,

fcr money, inventionstoope/ I promoted, rendered cheaper, more Leib. ? : '' do, not alter our quotation frJm previous to impart to the undertaking a V '

rate with tlMr t reatest effect should speedy, & efficient, 'liy""opening internal Acting Suifof Matter; -Alexander F. valeUplands, bid, 8 a 9 cents ; new 9 character, permanent utility,and to render V' V

t:* provided by the care, and lam communications between important positions -, Pcrter. f r: i i a :10 cents. Sea Islands 20 a 23 ; Maine* its contents easy of reference, it ill ; '
and between the interior ,
on our coast, Purser-Henry Kiting-
and Santees, 16 a 19 cents. proposed to number the pages of each 1P .
the frs .itrccs of the S'.atr. The of the and exposed pointson Ade .
country A.
Acting Sur-j'fJI1-A. ; '
Mobile, Dec. 5.-Scarcely anything paper, and to subjoin to each Volume an ,
mere difi.cull obstructions, in the our sea board. These 'remarks apply .UldlMjm2en-CIHlrles E. Wadswprth, is yet doing, owingtu the siiull supply, l\lphabeticallndct. V
u.inor be in a forcible manner to the communication llobert. Hitchcock. Spencer C. ,Gist, did V ,
streams Sales tttis week :
might-also reM during not vary materially Terms Four dollars per annum in ,
between I'cnsucpl, ) & Mobile! bays John M. Gardiner, Henry W. %Valtei4.Captain's week's ;
Jroted by the employment cf skill, from last quotations, tJlltil advance. V V
of the Lagoons uf each, which Clerk-James H. Wood.i, jVVVashingtonityD..C.
by means
the of the last advices Liverpool
receipt from % Nor. It, 1826. .
wosch the State !
ou1)oud com-. approach very near the ,lierdido flay on Hail oIUakrJohlHock.le.. which were rather discouraging,: !

f1itnd with suitiihle facility. .each. aide. U is .Confidently .:userte G'unner Asa Uog rs. I since then the demand has not been quiteas Cn en :

On the tnhjrct of the Unitrd States' that less than fivcnitye0,: .of excavation Frtin the .Baltimore Cfironicfc. brisk. Sales"prime were made yesterday lng. V V _

bUlk establishing a branch in the city uMi / 'will 'give us a safe interior passage forktcain Among he, measures1' wiiich at 10}.cents.MAIIUIKD. mIlE subsriberinforms. V t

bile, the Governor_ evidently expres. and other boats to Mobile and mbiit l c.ll the attention 41 V his friends that he will still continue -
inipcrihusly ---
Cs di pplu 3tin. lie also 1 Sfs-eits, that i New-Orleans. This it will be n admitted, -- --,-- to draw Deeds Mortgages Dills of S
tle: dcU';at ion of that State in Congress : will be of incalculable advantage in case Qungres: at' it .next_ sebaion, is .- Baltimore, on Wednesday Powers of Attorney and other instruments V

J'tlr.on%tl'.tect against the I":!' The I of: war. lint we propose to examine! it that of a Bankrupt Law, anil ;: we the 15th! Nover.ber by the Hey.Wm. I of writing, in the most approved forms,

Apposition to the establishment of the ,in relation to the public works, required are happy to find that public jicnliment Nevins. Capt.: J. J. Nicnotsox, of on the Usual terms ; and solicits a continu. t

Branch seems principally to arise from for the Naval Station and the fortification 9ee.ms to be in so fair 'a the U. S. Navy (late of the Ship John anceoftheirj'avors.V V .

the unfavourable! influence on the State ourharbbr &c. in time of peace. concentrated in the) opinion 'Adams) to Miss LAURA CaROLINE, daughter W. HasellHunt.Pensicola p VV
bank which is The Yard is located on a point W3)to of the late General STIUCICEU.P.ovtoE V
th'cml'd.n municipal or Navy
7lU D c. 1826.
.
in this V
of its heccssiiy as ___
*tute institution, & in which th'e funds of of land, between two I bayous making out ,. .4 ---- V L VV .

the Slate are deposited for safety and of Pcnsacota bay and extending almost, ',country, whatever the people will. l' m V V .

increase. We are hot disposed to dirafiiee to the Perdido i bay. If the contemplated- is sure to .meet with the sanction. Q Notice, -.t 't V V

with the Governor in* his views on communication were extended from either of their Representatives.. 'This : "VLL persons baring demands againstslaai

this subject, taken in connexion with the '01' these lagoons to the Perdido and Vas agitated at an 'early' ) e'S'i1. In. V the' estates of Josxra 'GOUJIIIU:, .

*t&te of things in AlabamaThere they Mobile ;Lay, it i is 'evident thai lumber 'subject bstflcsstoV, of_Conin ., O Fiuscisco' 'ERlf.1 Jt s and MASIA DAiaurcio V V

Already have a sound'circulaling medium and brick for.thepublic works would boI'CLlUc.etll11)rrce period of the : ) .-,--- T late of this County: deceased, are '. .

bytr.eans of theirSl&te bank &ml less by increasing the quantity grt anti \f ud[ i p, 1i 1! : CLEANED.S. hebj.qestedVto: ;present,the same immediately _

need a bmnch cf lhc'U. States'.,bank than 'in' market.: The character of the luffl: ty,' have been filialtY" e\tled,. bUl, ., .*. Sloop Moniing' Star, :Bur' 1eft to the. subscriber ; and all [:'- V 4

their neighbors Butv%' are nol anlK.tjcntly her brought to this place from,the Perdido for'lhe :latneutaule stat-ftirtrxc '' .Key, West. T sons indebted let'aid estates, will pleas.9 .

ndiised on this subject.0: given stand deservedly high. _It is said the out *-ef rtkln Sloop Frederick, ,R6gcrsMoblle.; 'I make payment,, wzthontdelay;. to' .
opinion. The location ljuwcver of a qnantiUea Tj&lu:1ble'yelow{ pine in thisquarter men:;; growing which IIt1 .'Sthr. Caduceus Heartte"Vera !, -M.Cruppr
Branch of in odr iueihausliUle, and that unprofitable 'disCubsiohs. 6 308 oc 910 ,
the
Unite Stales'Dank veryjcor.jiderable ; ; Croz-Cory bag1' a.- ,bars ,V C14'k U V
tz.ojJido Attlr
City would be liailcd us measure benefi.Cjal .supplies of live oak may be while ,they !Ibsened':.tethnityJ of iron i 88 boxei'of.waiand.4 bales bf.dry .. Pensacola 29th.Nov. i326..39-t # V

tu the c'tizens *nd pe'oplc' at large. .collected thcrctrjlti known ,that otters the "Hjil'l :oc" Lcgiflatibn,, ,larded, goods, L -'. _VV VV
"ere, ve.have rfol. local baulc made f supplying brick from |the '. I SA1Lft)., :MAIL : -
syet, any were ; the,puolic business. f fWe ; Allll ANUEAIEN.!TkUR
to tome in I .to be:'used, Vn, our ,: I MVec. 8. iSrclir. t'.izabeth! Id'sh \
collision jvuh it, !and.,we_ de- bay of. MqUile, '4Nry one :$ho : ,: V : V- V '
ihereitf
ielitte n .
1end on the ,bauks of the neighboring; .Yardi': At prcsvnVtheymust be shippedby ? ? New-Orleans, .: ,Florida-Mni!. V V V :<

: States for :our circulating, ne tium.' :Toexcbsn sea before-theyj:; could bcMclivereti in now doubts :The expediency of a '. :u. s;'I)Transport Schr. Florida, Baker, -: every Monday-; at :10.C'c10Ck! A,: VV V' _V V 3 V

,c ihe, paper .of lliev,: neighboring ou> waters,.Hulwere ticcanal now-opcn-: liankrupUUw. '. The onlifficI. |_ T :pa:Uay :via St.. iiarks, Pattens?' I JtJ M. ? (1uVtle sime, ,day at.'. / V .

"anks, wbicliqrcujatc uraong ua, for _ViecjStHtck -. ed.brick could be brought hiiher' in ,hair iy,>vi >clit; : eemi. >.'ia,bctoi. .llawkiiis" "! S. 'ChCkr. M.1:*' *':! "* ; I V

: ':.9f Nejjf.Orleans bahk!i .notcavbich : gesat VcrX' cheap.rate,&vilic large brick of VhedcUiUpf,the bf;II,. Army. --sSchr V AillotlierlVfaiK V j V

l&ttt.rja prUcipslly"u5ed; remit-; factories bit'Che!iobilc. ,Day would add,to' arises out : :Lady of tlie'Lake,.Ormstead, Mo* V "V V V _
M. -
isibuVarneagre 6 P.
\&uce, require ham tiiree to:tfour',per: theyquiniity.brought U> ,thismarket. ,.It andtl: isyih our 'opinion, : : bile. "V '"-- '*, Due every'unfay ai -
cult premium with ac. excusT for: those, who *dp. ;; :' Close :ev everyTttarJayt'
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; when we t.le IOto vifwj is perhaps impassiblesto 'Up.roRTais-JponfV .

tli. d 1 Uclvel1tofthe fnterior which curacy1 how much'the U., 5. would me in pose me pa5sagcpr: 'I.I Ift'.\!!!V'ivcivupQli : ::\"i. VItO ,YorJ-. .1\b',' '18.-;.'New"Schr: .- \V V 'tHf. ,l1'', > .llant. .. .,VV. V VI 'V :: CI

: IU '\find a market at thisYUcc.the esUiwvuj lhe'pride 6f lumber and brick furthe pub : the suSject./'AV Icexpediency \he 'Splendid! James.,L- Day:jVicj tail ift/V, ;: : VV- V .:Pufr."nlU.c... :: 'V V ..
bl"hntel!t. )t''* u'epot Vor licwork cohtempUtedfortbii pl*cJfi,. -" \ : :_ '. < !. Deceraher, 1st,ia: ; j.q -_' :.; : '; V I
thef :
Lad repairs ia.ahDo : U, Q urY.! fe". .s116. -,. "-,"-,--.. :J :, niacp.. V : :: _
J J\rhes j of the U iJ' re -
t Ka ihe trodps stat te ,can lf\ifetc iiottbpen7Uut ? , V 2, S : VV ." "
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S.'. $tt t attar of") t. ,
UN.on. ., '.. 'sttntsoo ofsa 'I fit: ci'uob .
N &I.s (a c \\'it' .f Attsclmcnt l *s Jt 'Tr l Lr l il F.l rata! vElilail iuso'sd : L l tstitti ..,.
r ( riotlilcsters the e tu.t. ,i ubftc; -'
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ibn..t n dl.t *nti ctivd; 011 certain cataiil p,iJllrd at ./arDtt, Ga. -. Li,.I n- s. 'Cu. .t e'' tIc If nd.Office af '1:1 Jl Jaetf";. ,

tla or th.. ; .ld't'n'tult, and a .:U i institutcil i 1LNE (!walah'mtagraof. the town of a,periodical- publication" .. edited "t"mando"orefto Senior : t1 flttlJ on thetiliad! onda arc, et. "l- :. '

tu !he Su petit r Com t f\ tlc Wes t 1ixanacatn rmpori'm fat Lit cr3- IS and Domingo nJivi r., ,- i a zfurtleiis of y.ltl Jin 1).
Ue,. AUSTIN DICEIN.t pnsd 1 t '
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tciu 1)i diet ct J.olf'!tls. "; t lure as melt as"'umlPt.-c e-. >Uitnie| as by IIS Ib-cune the wd CoIapJaia ate- in tire .District of.laa ai fist

AdamGordon.. |1 Jr, Inw st In tr! very centreof the tat'C' s SON New-York, commenced in : .by: au1LD e, .. bt'e: t.1 iasiTalkthtrite and in ke ofl'ere r't",

; a: fire hrsd .rf Navipitidn on"It bcautifu JIlttli1st.- Soliciiur,..IHli.Jti4 tt ta.1hi.'Cthat.the. array.. ; .
bccft(211tsrgnatedn
*u* / i.1'v. 'r .
TtiTT; in \t? hrart of w x tc". Ttite *ixthraKhy .sid Fernando. .-.-SeHJor
''rrc.t6th u 1Sti .u-6t. Extract Me *. Practiosal'
: r from Protpcctu townships No 1 and
ire' t>
the -inc not inhabitants
cum ':) -m-err amorjf and DenHogoOioier aut'th'
litnge .
No.
2
tfORSALEOKRTlIIKStntSC L11.lS1! i.I ucc.'J1\"nh" tait tctla. tiltitu>ascot UII '' (( J tril 1 he the'conatz.nl eode- ortbis'ferriiory: .1aftd-.they having ftifedi Ftactional towtuhip'Ndu,2 W'eSt.' ;3 .

; R'trc his tdu.t.i!I ctvt taking. r'I1tr rW'of Ibe K'JU.ri..o prctcat the i I to appear ana ::'pswel't'e platrauit1! Ha gc N o.2, west, earth of 'f.
It fa there
law
I raKt--stride ihlsinffcul settlementJus bill iiochiajcreeabij to !
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41* j.raj crty anthe-yicinitvof, :: matle! in the d wit -space of four alrolic tucU iScTincrrur *$ *a practical fore urderedibaVttateft* the said .defend .Fractional townships ,No 2 An4G : I
: la 3.\LKur .\: VSK with an 'xt :t.s."e north of Mange ,. .
1 I yeah ; .|?>ie :nipt)rtanoe in 'ctttnniercwiipoint tendency, as may contributeto anb do .Iip eat here, :.tra tr before the wvst.Froctiotfil i.i. !

VuuVmct:: for 1ZttltbL1 I.: r.ficw.. it I IwtS already accj-n..eiti Imnyr. the -Y'et Rtdeemer, first day of the next Term of d./ort,to I.: north f townships KQ. 2 aDd 3' .

a.'li t 1:e NuyA| vi't. The '.ropert p cv n t. the .tt 1it l'n: the interest, it ewrj',whereexcuesj a Mil safe -iminor::1 sou's.: It is be boUeuon the first Monday of Slav Frtclionul Range !. 4-jrcst, J'I.

fist of 1600rpansof lanJ, tvcU UrplM; the U-Jetif: business, of capital, of 'is.11rd rthat benevolent friends of RCSt and answer:thc eu7platnaiil9. bill township> No.2,north cf

" A with primetnit* >cr and t"o Mill Seal'. talent, so mpiiHy ftmvinp there ; already herein, the slnt4 slull be taken as confessed llange No.3 west. i .

One prime MiU ha%' o{<: two saus in oj. er tirttth( public; wind to ibc hi jii dctlinywhich t'od ind \J n'1rill find the, Work, agaifitt them. t'DCi tlullownsbip. No.5,north of :;

t.'ji1., the Lait k'iu-' 'tJin uie for cunryiujj I awaits it.there. from its elevated character, tuito ':- And it is furl bet ordered that the fore. Mtge Ko. 5, zest gl

.. \ Lumber l o t\:e K\ Yard ttt aa ymnikct I Tihmh, U already one 'neatlypuhJic ; lhlc be ri ivcbmmvhdt to tle'wise going be Ptiatle ubrlilyd iu the Peiw cola Fractional townships i Ko 2 and 3' at

iithf' b.iy tar Mex;(\ (teas r *t'cxce 1 ltiitti 1erCOI" in (r.cnn.'d tLe 't"'L'Qf' I.I I and iiohic ;' and: ):, at .t:te s niti ut", oiwewQek for the apace offour hc/rth of the tangs Ko 6, west, f4

II t tl t uc f(turh cVa mde tr.nn the li:Hdt'o)1 .ft! tillo..t-tht" incrt'i\'I:1 but Irum iia 1rl'\uh. mouths and once a mouth for two Including Conatry ad1'ac eAt \0 "tLe -
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simplicity, sl town oi Quinc .
null? any tar>u:'-*'i"'ttngtttCI Ir.in Gut j! t ..i" o. tirril> <,--the intt'tlitenCt; the mcntl Ilwr after. }

Vir..s l.i that kind would uu *.cil to. cu! '. : sp'M 1 'of tt.e romnuuithe in- and chcapnrs. vrrr, tuiubie fur A Ui' Copy from the l&cunL \ko, townships Ko. 2, 4 and 5.of Crtt
= t1i1 'Hi w'ra1 di>,trtaution.: 1 Kanges 3, 10. 11 12, 13 ilr.fl14
tI.. Uie $ui) crbcr. I i. crra..i I,. Tl napuiati, wr a t nltntat.cc I I g AOiot, '.
rl\ English.Thr : *,( -us! sec'Jo-i of tlin Slate.c.tt! I TfcKMS. W; Ilasell Hunt. including the Cliipola c 0utltr ; and p

I I 11.:1) lor tlaf' ltS:.'. ice cf another I'ruhicii :; I Each Number contains .f of tIle' Holmes' Creek settlement -. I
; Monthly F. '
b"'e ComtriercJal Advt.tiscrvVil C'ik. Stsp. qt.V. Also
Mv I
\ fr..ctior.alaectiCins 2.V
; s1:11t11.t l! fc.15"mmI. ;* usrfVt! Xo. ; .
}I :\r this fi'ur insettioTis, twoin tee !; inlfrnuition! but :itiyt>c.te j'::"L-1&I ', TIS I, one rrudn of ordinary length, O j I PenucT 15th November 182658w4m 11), 11, U. 15, 17 18, 21, 22, 23, ,

;; rip2 i .erui.dtu-o ;n tsie Country \'*- nrrrs or Tile rsoi'LJ: !i two shorts Sermons, hand OlUt Iy -*- and tir2nu 29,30)and 31, in fractional tW'n,1Ji Ka'23

la, t _. i With hejfsrd to the Political cmirse intcv.Vd : printed .on supVrfiae paper. I' 2, north of Ifcnjce- 4, east; andsections tratti In,, ,(.

tf.lc.rn1'a -n- ".,"t'-- 1.. -'N t :: lobe puratjttl by i':'e (:vi+ttr, he .: I'. kt' car dti/Iar a vear. in cd- mtA fJl\f1S -IT -. 23,- -24, 25, 26, 33 ami r:t,.:.
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. ,4Uuct' : irfnt"t: :: rc.&l' :i wilt SlIli:C :- j-- Fractional township No..3, north of Kk' c'"
rar'c, or one dollar and fifty cents |I Ij FCJP
. He j Illctlc! ': hiimcJf in nu ftriioa tit1 c.ih! ,I.Vrm5y i 4 cast, all of which fractional sect I, sS
;, 1.1.Cr .l1 uiio lIe indebted to j if not paid till December. i 1
\ devoted io he c uieof lac: i" ii bmiiKlcd by the Lake MickauVje7

k; : 5 titr Clerk of thr County Court f.r (pit! bi< nstarit endeavor 'IU J ln-o jir;. For obtaining five subscribers .J1IC Ale to comir.cncw, with! the ivies
tVCouim 01! ( ut">!c"'J ton t827
I:>cxiitiii.i arc !
mute tlivirmtcrcjils b atnbitiuno number of section
;& iiigSiest : ,
township and
,uke payment to Mr \{. Hu"eU Hunt : iuer.1 tiieir (>vho are supposed lo be responsible and to Rure
1' c.oun.lcnn-ThulIc.-h. he proceed m the order
. vho i is duly uuilurscd) ; in receive all fees i 'lKs not d-f ny n. prvtVrcnce In the /*//.ci- J a copy grali} if desired, for ; this* P lamation. deJlglnkd n

uj. to ihU iLue, and: receipt for the! vtu.e. j! ofo.tr of( the lin 'I one year.J'ce The lands
II' rt conten K: pirlit- that reserved by law for
: Just received and for the ?-
Sale
. il. CrUiIPCl'j j. ttte tliis: state- smch of schools! for
j &{; yet aiuisures, or mnrf persons unitingand or other purposes,and the

: CYcvJk. aid fiat U.\L1I" to hi-u may sccinbft 'f lot-warding their names to the .fr rilB fractional sections bounded b, the Gcwgia .
. .
r.O' nc-2, _7Hh. ,....n'. 1325. caliMLitetl! to praiiiotf the public 1 l.rlito8ufJlJcrih rl1, at one lint, re.IlSftco\n "oil'stir hoe; vili be excluded from sale.-
I
-- .!, uIIJ; receive his liiren '
thuutTiie
gca.n ipport, u : under ,r.livid
\\ . I. togtifier tints at the Cilr of
\t'vc. I l r'sp.ct to:f tel 1)arty t'CI.iNI..ttacal.: : I i/teirjiaymext may W. Hasell Hant. VVadunStonthis20Uj day O bv /

.,. I I'I I Kdi lor sees uiti. piiii, :lie 41il.'ln. receinIIt' Work !-.;r the al 196- D.
.. (. (?7":11, I !f yjfar Pen :1cota. tad November, 825. I
.. I MIA in w !" cli (ieor ia Is i piaCc!, in rig.rtl i eighty cents each : thus reducing
.\YJ "G been lee" tho if I John O. Adam
1 I | ult- nccffss'ly c .t\\\leriean ?.
itcc
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| t;' tums.itti the ti.n-r.t I t..yirrnt1) *
1 .1.1 uf her .he price to 6 2 S cents a Number I the
endti! tie! jsublic.itttm By PresMent
\ sllf) ; I t i ;na. \,1 thc: 4.I\\t'i: : Cinl> t0 U dial .?!h; Trees and .
1 i Weekly* Mvs ncer," in IJ..). now pot /i i is hhi"ninWUH&t. M1)sii.h; ;' to entwjtre t -.nakit:r, the \.'hIJle cost (ir.cluPostage Seeds. George Graham

$,_. f\t r* .i i%>.u" .tNe iirst t.ltllllr u' it< :: nirethfT in the origin: of tins all?- I ;!ling far tbe ge'esk's! G-?_ 3. e11 E subscriber, proprietorof Corasti ,
flit
r/ :tii/vri. a I "f y tu as it h.ts been a seertainetl !:C hud her de IK I I Jisancr. Number. Q l= the Lihnzan Botanic crier f .
: S jtlvlicc on S ) bou: 9 cents a jot:
Lill.t ,.ua--tt Isacc.niijo will hutlT j I l."l Gardenand Gnuallart O ee
pk ties hi.uself to 4ce his "1" caric.l extriui Subscribers : be furnished Nurseries, near
. (; ;'ixlt.l to Ile! Ir.ty tae! '\ ;costs nl.t l 'w ; yill .
New iork offen
to the
.i prrsirvc the rig;!ts and digr.Hy to 'pub r
''ClIIC. Ttte till*; Ic 're'ly knvn to be j r of lift ?_.. le, and tout the ells! tiiutthreaten from thr con1..h encement. lie collections: American indigenous- TO LEnnlCK ,

Jt ."/"s.1 s. CcLrix's' I toovertviiehn! : in syppun- An lath'x and Tisle Page', suitable Tree, Plant and Seeds. This e teb!. YAIID yell fitted tl* Q.

J \ {t k1.; ,\ : 1e. i t:1 the: r htsof Geo'gia, tie shall not tVel j I to be bound with thf'ciuue, meAt is u-ell known for its great eaten t. Ajoyment of which' may be hat

: t i'IbClf bard tt, a.-ial, ttith u"d nh-d a will the TwelfthNumber. and the plants anti weeds furntdied being uuiurdttteljr It is situated on the kh
.1". t'oft W,"C,) Jon t :vet I -accompany five miles
It.tet1 rccci from
t selected
. a : :91: the trilli Botanic Pensacila
!1, liuvt rumtiit ot tilt L*nlyd accuracy. The at theancaently
pIa.
luII 1 l.e jmh; r litjp, ln.n iiIrI : ation
I' ls :
called
tl.I a.Cra: : pr.biic mar confidently the
; ; i'f'J to ot 'cly the evils rely on
Jll. ,! -....'.. :a tic t-ulte.l I %* will he prompt I
iiwnv 1'\- rd;: .tr !udl! nl.tr' li ivc arisen fro uo.iT own i n- Correspondents and exact execution their commands La J'unta irQ ba
r .7Itt'5, "!,; HIOlah>:t1t"t1 l urn s: i'a' nit; r-arvJul in )'all.
Post aid those
U J 1 giving the ,:
irl'ttce.. hcrever. ,tit Ins Illaualyillaualy nams gentlemenrho may wish or For further clctaiband
., t ready rcce&\tii. v.i\v iiie i'.ti.uir ..t.aa. : tuhope venMirtr MHhe deserved, it lull nol bci 1. om:"., a.d S-e, 'to which the ders for Hurupe or elsewhere will be fur the ,arise, apply to tile tlic conditcns of
Tut Mie vii.i aut onJy: n'?et JutlUer owner, on the
I mshcd! with
r i xittlht'iAs; a ( Oth.I., ii feelingsURd : wnrk is to he every information on tlcs.ibject or at hu uMial
, sent. residcace
: >nitectioii nn lci ;itosIroni. ( ldlh.O.lt and Pens ob, he
f ) iriicrrtit, ne uil contend strc.hathls-I 1: the articles desired will bet
uitJi% frn.n the KClIl'rli' : ;CVMu..ir3 scut to the Editor daily at both pUces.
public
" support ; tl&\r
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tat from
I turcxcry of her i right As u le- shipped New Yortr, direct to
. i' U tall CtWain fcau.u-t''Jr.'yJuonu. f fl >c\:..h\I oi the M.irtrs of te Uevoiu.. ;': by tn1JiI, r outage paid or fre; will their place of dcstinalioHo"r forwarded tbcin Carlos avalle

I .:al L: delivtreil: to 'thi' :'t'h rtcy ixi.. ;: it jfi. C\t T\ nt.tIn to- weaken the, -.Guvcrii'iaj.i j I 1 be at his risk (if there .be anyI1'lsk. to. Philadelphia or elsuNViiere. ,2Jth( Septeailier..rRE 182&-JOtf ,
:
t'-uir d-nlar *
of
tarJaytt iiu price per ua.ls i tIt :Its tuUHr"C5"cr tae U-l .) in their crr.veyanceiLerers : ('alaloguea ot the collection of American '

lI'1.11. !.1a1" :. tt' i'1oit\h.. IU a h'UH't' i ui\Ia..t! lit":r SlatWill n'.vvl with his t j I: be Uuccud PostPaid Trees Plants, Seeds and too of the i 'lLJ
, eo.. isua Mill I he, as -rctiiS re. { s' may exttusire
ntt.r AjUoueucc.; a.id ct;-.u.kJ ".' 'J. I i very asiortnjent of Fruit Tree*,
! tj chiefly? lhtr.ity ; bul tier: ; xvill be :ncii .'t n'. to cf ali the various kinds including above AXD

'Iw\k of c iitr n."t ei1*. ot' II' s. c>! :ali- : :r i'nlT'r.e( DalLr: per nr.u n,if I I Austin Dickinson. JiX nciu varieties of selected fruits, found Ladica* Weekly Gazette.
la'c, . jji .vii'auck'f or (.Coat lUilars at tin! in Americzi
.'t.87.A JttrS1VAV. -. is h
<:Mtiv !reet.
\ lcr it vriiicie of I I new pobHcation
. a< o .v!'" a gcticrai t end t.f tno ye.r. Distant hubcribcr* \ HASELL I I and of'ornamental trees, flowering shrub* THIS i.h
HU TiH! receive
, '.. antel Ca. J u.-ii:"rircJit. :1:1 ali C.IaLi' ill ALheI1C'c. !I I i I juid plants a iid above 500 LinoU of roses zm ua WedBrtdays.it I

\... X. U- \-r-o .< rot tilt. al'a distance: j jr .c..iL.... .Ch i likrt\J .1 ttt' u9u.djai. and fortvard subscriptions to the !j also of bulbous flower roots green house has beta commenced trader I

Y. kV -..Iy t -r."-uivl their' ulisciiniiaab f lo th*. .t .-. I 1 i k!. ore WoAh.Pensacola. i I I pl ., &c. n.y be obtauletlgrntit, of W. I the roost fATorable .auspices, and ;

II' Editr. r:: /: a.lh : r. l1Jrnct. I I I 1 I.tStu llexr, and order tiirough him as its title ,
i
\\o..I.tua l.'ity.Jinc; 13.t 18:1). a 31s Oct. 1S25. |101'per mail will meet with piomut .drsignate- is appro
exej -
: ,Ibscril't.tas lrccitca :; t.IS oifi !. r .\ .) -> i: AMI LOT \a SAL;; I The fonr first Numbers are rt't ..Lltbn. pristecJ partcusiriylofhe; Ladies

'.4 F r ---- -- 1.1 b I j WILLIAM I lit is devoted to the cause, of
i privity fJC'IIb" *utrie.i vo the t criu d and may be seen at the PRINCE tir
r it: r \) t'l L S } a. M.t'm-iitreeiof tile! .'.ti oi"rVusaco- t Peh.s.:ccU DocKstore. I C. M. of the Laotian Society of Paris, of I| tue, to knowledge amuiCBieii

; I !.t. will I h,' snhl-on :'(:\SUi)1UC hud UCCO'U t ; | the Horticultural: Society of London and I[ It will furnish information
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F FCRLSII2NG SG3SCRIP on tte'I
: R .sr i ."J.tm tcril.I 'f'rm the cover of thf JVationalurAfr { of the Imperial StK.et+ "of the Geor'ofil.Nov. I I I culture of plants, Sowers -
' I t r rln''. I .-u.. The Iwn<{ is lar;e, TWO 5 [0- 1' tcrbcr. at Flureaice, &c. Sec we:*
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,I f. 1.1. /:/:.f ivr IIIt. t'A'.v.iAT /, t' : both in tr.hMill! rc.ir Tfl Headers.Those who; read t foreign & domestic ittt i1INI E\ ...
; \\'C T-ioi.\Tt Nuw .Vo- ::A, 1'U'ITI.1.1t. I tr iec&&, .n"S! pL-t u..c?!t'iitl.Itt.l. j and approve of this work are re- I : ICOL.l with a rich rQ d of choice and se .

. ,. Tiff 1 "fieLot is eighty/ret taiiiKt! .I >;)uIIy-cemiBd'-d} thai .:it cknnot aco. t ins L\nrn.r I I lect miscellaneous It rature. It

::J(1 tinrhuatitrtlai.laix! !) iti depth, ;.;:d! .1)c i to
supporirti, agrteabry its flit: Sabscribt-r, will be
WestPoint e uttnc. I .. j J- -41.s, L t iacs tHe dv'(Ii:. ,.hc.iic uulI ; ; 1 mtending to :nik I neatly printed on fine piptr .
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character and JerniS without important additions lo his Liuran
<. C. LI. closes an I iuoii5irl.s' r )iiJJer+ it I ;.tc.l1, a lT;c stiihle: stU oihcr outiious j an ail I i (expressly for indingqcar

r a tlrt'Cs-atr1 lo c>"..'.h.->Ji. crat tryst, to < s a*: da taut sph.g of 1. :re water. t|IVisli-xtende
t.ke un +cr t.1::r jni.nou' p.II"Oat.1t. { \ lie liltf :> .auis! >ulaWe.Alary ot'the Kditor to afford it as sertisements -which '>' .
December ; from which the; to te1st are .to be .'
*..:nc j M?. d or jjtr'.oxtical: : p % .er. "Hiryinak J Le. Baron. :low as possible on superfine a-rttrd
of ihsir ; paper diy January, the Library wii!) J: on a carer. 111e- price is
the
at or jiu cojumunso, :a rerwcoj.--li Sept. 16 6-30-Jit.ol j thai i; may circulate thej;; further closed!l. fur the purpose tff rc-nuniberin: only Two Dollars ,
t icnstciibr puuiic ; *!nc u.h it 1U.) express 0i o payable by those

t their ui>hcSa.:tlIsI.Itti4 r.t"t'1..'.>'-aii<>Uiiec i _itl :r'a 1 r t \.'..S. I artd::Jo the mare caad and aidxtrain y Hooks. tbe'hare Hooks.Ma keen. I in. the city half yearly'and by .ill Ii
lost
11 approving Readers; tails by tbc
uieC'ucr.rN: an-i aiijtu Ccnsen others
.uiprtne.ocil'.s I i in
H E hsipretur liar PHILADELPH1A cart: ssntss o individuals, who on their yearly advance.-Sob-_
, f ito ;p*K c j iii'.y rn l' fror.j ttvcrcr xtu.Vcs Tr I to a few hours effort in ont ning 3cri ieps
: will
frum
be
-Jepa li re Pcrr' cola received
ALCUM intends have ne lect- at tie
i io rci iii t'''cr i.:*t.1' with i i'i sdcctior.s : ; subscribers of
-)t u it, fancy, or novel!h).. Tale Ad- i: dht bulr.: .' the fuliowitij; iiierary I theLIt.ssing trjarlytlloab.4 ed to return them; and it b earnestly requested Merchant's -Coffre- Hone, ,A..R..

v(,caotUu Doctor c-f .. \1C1&lC', tlc MerOint : |>K2ca: -t'n 1 ? liicrit of the pit-ci-fi loOe t at fist teiuctan!, may af cissesbT6u! j taut ivtll close semI who have them in Poole's .Fancy B:uk. Store, Cbes .
tC1' b arils them .d ;> tlaem to the
.lie Agnctdfun:t, arc .UaccinimycUtrd come upon a ihr subcriW. cat street ,S. C.
gb
,
. t decided by a c u tiff fife- peculiar pn>Tcssii>iiil mis- work f1iaY'I?{ relieved fro.n any Ninth

, cdl+ali'J of fashion,the man l nry grnilciucn of PhIaOY:>i>bia. vizJr'or apprehension of e 1rrat. !rrn. :." I Ila sell Hunt. Street, John R.Valkr.. .

i vi aociC1C-,:benl(Ki 1i i the ltJo1tou Frs.tttttitr. the bc.t original tMk, Lift) 1'ea'acv'a. November 7th IS.Jilmiultrator's ; 20 4 M. Front Street!, and al WU.-

\ ,_ ail support, and all enjoy the dollars iu cash or & geld 1Uu .:! of Ham SaTclyi 7 0 S. Third ltI'ec.. .

r ; btrnctit of Jimnial* expressly devoted to !1r sume v.IueFor '.NOTICE, I Sale.By Ppiladeiphia. .
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. : tu-tr iutercils, .nJ cLarulti.i folic. I the second best oriSi:a! ETTEUS ofadmtuktrallun on tie esCJ permission of tbe icon Among a numerous list of cce .
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b t'S.f tate Tuous ii. lUtL, lat: of the County
f 'uir a''ari., c'!C1.(, h.-ts Jtilhcilo been dcsnf t.: ,thiy dollars in cast or a G.ldn. I County of.E csmbia dtceiitJ, hail g Court for the County of J bial tribuors are the narars of SeBctk

I tit1e hit pou-erful! cQgne--ttth i:.etul tdai cl ti.e tree lalue. I.rtat j mn'.ed to the Subscriber, by the 1 k.ill exj>_wse for sale for cash to the high Osborn, II osa, FJIea, the jMtMT

u\iinin tint) |>it-a>i'i" ccni;>tcon I 1 Fur tbe best origica Essay f iHactzr3 I ilt7li fair Coii-.ty C.urt of szld Cuiinty 4 ct bidder at 22 o'clock M. on Saturday Bard pct:. and ia order to rts&r' to
,' that the ttlrttrent of .It l! K.T5OUS demands tab February 1S27, in front of the CourtHouse
kle having I
iig a : ID cash [ aK nstj j vudr the work
: .or a gold medal ot in the f% of truly .valnsble, the tditot:
paper t. s.If.ittsitts deficiency mghl aJ- ute :aix requested to present the :::1e Pcnsacola. u the I 1
; value. will distribute
tle same of J. M. Firxx for'giniil ort
thc c chinaS 'o the gan Tt*:tr a>id protrclloa imut-iL:+tdy ui tIcss i&debttd are dair. ATn1erty deceased. 1 1i Prcrt.tttuts

+4 l'K nfthi.ty gciiticn.cn in o jr : For the second best critical Essay ed to make j-ayuieJ 10 & O 'tr' fi4n articles amonntiag to SIOO. ,

tt cctin'.ry, the editor irL %catnrcd lu this : tuentj dollars in cash or a' \\r I A Sell i All.comm.cic1tioas lam be adA I

1 it.+SrctuS. to nuke, troposils, for tl
citt 1.uLC"\ti.n\. '...e'r.s a uecklj.C.l'mS paper,:10 EN7itter. be. II,i For the best original Poem, hot 2tl i9T. 182o.ddmini&trlrtcrPensacola --33-JJ 1. tftrcdcnuad4 bring a. sufficient,tides sum niay of have money! been to filed pay i i E'ditor and Proprietor,, No. ..60, I

!; exceeding one hundred ii.ics, Ihirly ; 31st: the E-rtatc. .of the aid deceased I Rice Street, rbiLuJ hid. di.
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S.4"t.;J suScicr.t tncoup neat beheld uil&rjk iu cash, ci a geld medal Letters for Foreign Porls.For 1 baJl proceed : ; -ute y.* at the :ame'I. tors copy ing this will be finished j

cut'to h ion aU iu". ua"\ i,.lu<:rjr and of the same .ague: the im"nnitoa: of lose ".oJ] put L time. aad place, losell Lot Ny.. 171 in iud with the Albara and ---*swWeekly )

: a1i:Iu.tcJ b i tl.-kiuuucssof tcvera Fur the second best original n. ui tbu Office directed to foreign City. Gjzrttc
' cfUerarv- character w.Il the fuilovin; act from the 11. as_an e9v
r SeV.ie-ncn : j ports e- In Crupper '
Poem
. I j not exceeding out hundred Postraostera and others 1 tbeta-
, r be brn :l Info :J,c neatudjsplaya i>iu.UT ,ructions of the P.dru stet Gene t. i ut ,
the 1l ,. J| lines, twenty tIoUrn in cash, or a \&bJiJt'd. Letters lia bebn c J cnJ .r .4. titled taeTtry sisib copy tkcf.t:.
*;'otth\ ta.be .r* / \: point lUejnrvlc ?e frequently .. ,
J : th.\( 1SS6 58
.&. oroaici-t *u" tHc '\mvi iCza j jV fgad' medal"of the rate cal IA?. pat in n.i otfce. Which not hiring j the: -td orderi. '* .

i .tJcs so far sa they arc cf a Mm'.1|: To be forwarded, free of expen- postage oo theni paid, salt ucrer reach .. FOR bALE Pbiladdlliis. ) a7..

and 'LaAsai *!u.z.tr', ih lit b: slUt 'i srto TTaoaax C. Clerk. nropri- the place anther de%;iaxticn. j I : A- .... :-*. ',
dd, Abict. lmcacrc.tu,12th Eett .ct.fclfny letters .re sliced in .
&N etor or ** 'I be Mbum & Ladira'NorrIY '
I = j,'cn reub J .r,l.r II!. irihttctc a Fmt-O,ice, tu be cent to a &ca-port by HOUSE. & LOT, i.'i islrato 8. \ ;- il

+ aatl tisco ertcs ID iuof dcpxtt.t tu GizfttfJ' PhiUdclpUii. pod &i. |lfceucc .ship to some fu';ti .INpurw? foe- of'thc_ .of'tie '

arras scleiirc -:u i e scJuou&lv collected I (0110"'he Tales on or before place, the pp ltge of rich letter, for ueh SITUJLTKD GoVeromeat Street "U > QUt.scctita r ala actcf*eCftoscUcf -,

a. d annauaced :a out c0luwas. the first day of December next- ice as it i.to be ,conveyed by 'pay, known in the, ,of-PcoiicoU-thc,,Lot! b 1zgisIat1W1 the'Td wf-: .1
of the .
these.. .i.h t;.:u--cal.ilaOcllaia, ofPoeu ibe'Kssayt OB or before the itren- must; be pvJal the |late of reccptioc, ; --2 aaaJ cuntuusSJ plan feel Cty aa number FbrkUaod R cspt'Cifl1g- t Z 1 c..G j
ebi otiicr bc it not to be I uifrohtby: 170 i.
1!a.6l snJ )T ip.I7.1ad tirrh u fnruled" tbs Tanliojcsf'Letteo of A &

.' .-try.atuu, '.t u.1" vr..uu,., allt Potms diy un of cr January before the ntxt-and the W; ILuell Hunt,1 I deep. ,ZSO, FOR_ -L&tSllorieny < tray aad.tke dctics of Extaatses s.:Wi 1

v .tl-cnkriap":tent\ deactttsb lie p3ltrra twenty se sniaiatr.1u" ,.sAf14".
sta5cctiberii,tJad sctTtoeaLle to cond-day( of Fcbrury next each Pial..JlI.a&l fit. cars! ,thefTWO .i' .-, ".
Gtc i1T : PoSt'OSee. pMt :. 20th Nu Sta.J ita J _': o !:
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t" tbe best interest vf o\ircaaatryi article,to be accorapanird with a rJ6 !--':- .T"jH.r -ROUB.Kt1ii / ." ._. tice1S- .e ,Jieteb .,Git'e ,
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Jyunui WfUbe bausd_ ..treekJr sealed The t &. l'*,% built by: -. .
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tai a .it tad ,
the c ,
t .rwe oft&t'*pages, os uo, : We:, COL : Vpa. Oft =
and COt : .
o amt: and address,which .rilljn .*. foaQcttbrr 1t1 dajiitsf.lbe: asf .; .
c10adr ca oA nett VUIWKJC ,tjrpr. I t&. S7Wttt4'aj Jrmile North:r.. : ,; _. .. "
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t.ntl c.ldinr t&whir.tiers .at two di.lras R o casezc ofieme d, on less a"_ premium 162 6:Ca.ja lja, 'I ,: the.Ciry t\.. :Jfcma"t" b,:tojclLcr. mih. ;.tW MIL. EIt;, 'or '- ...,. ,

'?ALmustile. ,n' acltzcevce be awarded to the riter Set Kot.V. Qa thelatc .: I i.at.auf. : ", '. I bIi,. ;;mile 't1yilZF. :.

two per dotUr.dug. ) CC ifst3ot. piidk- thereof. .. eea" .-,....;- 'b t, -. .. 'b". 4 .. .'t' ; I I.L llaat that'Iai- ', : ..- _. ." ,.''.;l
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