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Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: December 22, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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F paintcssneously 'aiid 'tnat.t eta. 1 1 5ct tta,thrJ.gli the tinaru: }&} onbr bie l.
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jY virtue and build in his
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of the taws stump remaining in ti j jaw is' ck'ar lady "
ft A'Jsf' Tt"f"riiQ"J ofb7orllati to rt.rs'c I''th't"n1an and I* will pre ;- drctiun*> ,.who do
fire show you s.nts a firm base fum.lsuca
public''tt-nitneot/ft at *chsitt ;- ,rt
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C.=.t' CJl Il'TI O c:' year S the vea'iest'sla'c-tne vilest wretch or for he rTxinj> of anr'tooth. art,,icia l! opinion and feeling, from \ nC1t:8 I IfaV*' .
that moves; with, lire on cai'tt'brtrllt .. 3d !
What
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Quarter year 1;I atr g .alone 'the society hope r r:5U : have had
uhC'cpti\O; : in advance.ADVh'JTlS : surface.. Show me that .moment, the stump cr slumps, |left| to :hrir'labors, will have a1r 'of having'
l:\"cry ac.terttseznent mini, and 1 will point out the : firm
a s support(}I ; 1 been<< produced.-Nor would the influence ed to the
,*one culumn and incisur.rfme of females! in tb? irl of a q1l' adjoining teeth
width ..llnc' of th.sB g 0., 1 and without of such a resolve upon of their own
;,:,not morcth\nt\\"d\O: pile dollar, each : foul fiend-one bmf f: oy'ever which.sup ')ri', the alveolar pro I interestscof society be confined feilo\r citi
;""' .Its.c :ruon fetTmg-de;)riute of every virtu, cess cortvspanding to tln he coercion
'* :! ir,5nwncc nftycenUj lojiRcr part'be oi i i ofoihers, or to a positive parents and .
crklj'\\'Hk'r al Ii{'stahe .;:lIIIC 1': te. and like the angfl of iLrkt'.e&s: fore occupied by the diseased check up'm practice, .1 escaped} ve ,
. 4fIl Iud) fi".lIre .vor n, ouJie} price f-r the prowling about the earth! seeking I tooth, and a part of the injeratictj I is but an fiTect, an :0 : { i -' grave, 'or -- '-
will be '
;,:rloUfst"rtion.(1\crtliemel1ts tccurd&11 to the whom% l Ie may ;lstfrully displayed! ad w.ll, : be measured;; !,yftiu.xc tnaa-'ie\v'' for a moment he sorbed ; the adjotniug'{ teeth in a I would! be felt : to look lor- .
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,'aut'onttcr of them i :, :: type.) Whcp\ inserted desolation of a broken h-art' -the: ''I| few years: become loose, and uliinalely II j very: far bejotid, the restraint an unhappy

tcn-als, (thaltS, not isr:'tcd cyer>' annihilation of every pl<*asi.;g 1 preaiaturt'Iy! fall out., ai I. the hasty and intempera'e one can eveV ,
1 tu-ek t from the 1It; tu the Uti.ucrt.on:: ) dream-and, alas tie maniac ''r'- !I daily expt'rifnce. : shows. Mr. Fajiiii I duct of dithers ; it wool.l diffuns I, his antagonist '

ecl insertion will be charged fur nllv'crtiAing a s a .newrtcnt.Ainount > in;; of his delusive and 'villainous 1 l for his ilnr ov enht'nt. In this'1 self! through! the iVholt frntss of !

: on dcmaml.> arts, and, then ak, i is this my work: ? i branch of surgery, and 1 f,,+r other ciety, and] the proof of'its } succeed'in .
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1'>: ,1 .ifairaltoutraclsivill always be male with am I the cause ol such distress' and I forceps fur the perpendicular extraction {- would be a respect for the ftdm flutter their

aS i v.o: riattu: adverse by the year.rTCoMtniinications trouble! ? .' of teeth, when extractionbe : of others, a guarded caution n able! to give '
: directed to U. The few short years; of that! ; be ab,!; t>lu: rlv required, rc-: to give cause' for the renewal and, arrange .,
i-ill JliHit, VtM Master, 1'cnsacola, man's. Ii fV'II !h f fih! "rl with ,rt*,,ri.. cvived a Urgi silver ihidal from the J praciice antl scai '
-- ---- -- -- -- -- a men t r of passiona
a'itlie! : -drat. :1:1c'li.kc1:-max.tn.... l-, btt..h'c j justice-and an.he,. moves the Soctet) 'ofArls ; and the instrU:;,- would'rrcH.-t1 down the Ifldi of the1 pru- ,

"' .LU1'' \1:"1V.- .'l\.!. on, the hisses of set'ptnts: ; the mutter" menus, \viih engravings, will. bepublished who could prove hinsclf and to this '

"fT=" .-::"'-'"_ ,_ = _,___-- cnrse' will reach his ear, in the next volume of the I 1 less of the feelwgs, the' r,'"' aid to the -, J* Sli '
j.v r t'=n tie i'r!*I..tl".iJ .1 lner'1Cwt Itaffc and wilil distraction clair.i th: Transactions' of the Society. !: : bility, or the leader lies ot'iiis : shall b? in
.J Ji'ertJs e?. last remnant of virewretched, London fiajter. low-men. honnr.1
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The JJncli! t. wreck. Thus trials. the life of him The universal argument in fav :a delictcy in I ,

'.'*,..rrs'is a CTSV., Tfs' dark ant fell: who "trifles whh':1 wom-aVi tYe." From the C/uirlctton 'Conner.To I of du<*liin ; has 1 been, that : deters persona '..
:'ticl'ji!! | iit'\ *no.r ; hers inure wtfichfJ: i in irientaldistracti the Public i were injuries: air. .in9t vhic.iaiTorded ; l in attempts to t
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'Itiir.i> ;I,desnari i:1 w.oa. >r, his 1 avifu! in cU- tru- The subscribtr! his: i been iiistructed no t:-'!r1c uate ivnr'L'dy; ; ;! reinedy this. '
ion, clingifij:, lo. :t ttt remnant of ( t'a'dtlrl'ssa' tile public it ca:1 \ot be dtf!.ud} tit" Tuis be con5i'.L.red '
:ris thou.;:: tlmor Ldij1! 0'! 1a'1 'nis days, ,Hku;: the pour ma'riner a'hrit-fand ivspectful expose of tiic >:otillih leas too ofitn ovrrcome' i to take- he o-
Tlvitturtrsfuh; secret guile' ; ;o the frail plank in the w.Yirlwiud views and motives ofhe Anti." scruples of very vrtitius themselves,

'Tssthou That muriicre, by tyrant with C:1'u)*uulc.7istliou hI screenM. ,/ of the ocean. DacHin! ;:'Society.; He enters upon although! it is highly for
: --4--- the task with some con'fidencj that it has mucli: oftenrr! \ of the Country .

> th:,t >put,,'--.>t the hallowed ties, rv-:,. tJ,,. .(i\ zt:011al Jourl. because it has seldom fallen to the workings of tin: viUis.i; p to prevent or
Tt/>at tiiluil: >ouls eU'.\\'ice ; It will be seen by the following the Ijt: of any CUe, :o be supported: Yet it' cannot be denied, tiiat ask i j", such '. "\
:t't* fli/" !.': II.UK the victim dicSta extract, that! a very important discovery by a grea'ter'orat'on of weight hert d i is a' vacuum in legal .con' ruI!, y ar. privately ,
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.\ till ;ia at thy shrine in. practical surgery hus respectability, or to advocule a class! of offences so uf&d !- ", a resort to

':'he\vif.- that 1 rend the wido'v'd breast. been made by one of oiir countrymen Cause more dt serving the counirnance (and yet so real l) hat Jaws ". Th? rest -

UcstrrfCiioij and! despair; latfly: .sctfd! i ii L-jnduu, I of the pious, the virtuous'. i never, and perhaps can never take.upon
The Sigl: Dial "Pt"k.tlae heart ojipreas'd' which has atlractrd 1 the 1 attentionand and th.' palriutic. : them. Could the beniq rj the discharge
The liuiijvw; : ;: orphan's tear. approbation\ of tiiirunb! 'rs Succrssive: publications in the I wliich teaches U' to d3 unto o all due, regard

.'vsenrc thy tropliser, Honor! these qf tb! !- !1ruf t'SStOn in that ciy. Apart CC;i 1c Miscellany, have given ;a !, is we would! they should do feelings of the .
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'I'tleI(\t!jHi;uflhy iaiue ; from ttAt' saifsttion v t* must/i, view: oi the origin; nd progress oft I ius, und t'). triunih.! | ovtr yo : nature of the .
A'u d] v.tcli tilt eiuied Uurcl wreaths, : naturally! IVel from the'success if II the l Ahsocu'.iion thus far. anv j;:11|i fm'.wy only b) ti for ivehess trust they

i 1'J.at.tU.cl-u...___r_round_thyname.I r a fellow-citizen settled. a foreign: should Jo iujuHtice !,., the feelings injuries l S, ,acquire i'c due a: deficient in
'- --' '- country, we have a right! to congratulate of the committee, and to the juii f cy over society, this weak )place '.n. The.
;\1\ C ;a\1\lu e\.c ourselves on the accession claims of the Right R vcl'enl1.csrk' human institutions would no t. rry with ,'- ,
;... .. ------- ---- ,. _._ which tHr character as a nation be felt. of the"p r
fi'fJ1 t.!e MtiUitleiilua- -.-.vemntf Post. \ duc'tor of that paper, wcce .1 to; er But we frar the ou s,
IrJlsr.ot with woman:a /otr-- receives from every successful wihhold the- ackn.,wlcdgemenj:, is ret far ,!i is.an: :,' when the the reasonable, j
i;2tai l intercourse with virtuous : effort cf ingenuity, whlsh may j I, that with him originated iba first of God shall so's nhdu 1 he fear S t.1O shall sub j
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;males is the only tru happiness be made by any member! of cat II j II suggeslion: xihich led *t>,. the forj .nan, as to fill this laiiieated. themselves.. "

allotted! to man-in their sweettocifty. republican family : .* j,, maiion of the Society. I do tht&i in'Iegal operatien.What the Society

.. the sorrow and gloom of Wev Surgicz! Operation -There.I I i the rather brcaute it aflords{ anI then is tr he done ? rr'r 1 little further. "
the world disappears, and the sunk 's'in the middle! cfeach 1 .loatfc, \as I I occasion: to claim the gratitude of "rhc"fi.st/ remedy is to !b e son, the good -

thin? of true delight sheds a1)le sJ -, every anatoiaist; knows( u little c.- ,; society: fo,- ih-,,.: proTuptness, corI in giving such a direction: of their fami
:!og J halo around the circle! ; i in such \'ityin which'thc fine branches of I I d'uliiy; an j zeal, ,with vhjch..t)i!eICt'rgy : iic; opinion, as will restrain tit : of their coon ,

VoricJr man forgtlb his cares ; nerves! posing! through tht roots<{:| of every denomination& ciouaor impetuous from 3T: and services,, .

:;anporc.'ir i beyond! the vulgar, of the teeth! are expanded. ThisJexpansion J! have !given into he measure Tjija: himself. of this ex escd slate : ., the re- ':.
"precincts of the world, he moves of nervous: r.ir.ttcr i is the occurrence: does honor to our r.| hs neighbour; from aitninjj : of the! teu- f

ins 1aradiscofculestial! charms .- seat of sensation in the teeth ; and li:;;i'in, and plainly demoisraU;;, weapon of injury-at th-se 1 to. lIi::lerot ... I

from such a circl, &nd from such wnen, by curies or decay! of the that however: divided into sect in, the.: armour of ttic; lxt", A ., has; nearly! I '

t-jciety man Belecis a partner of enamel, it is exposed to the influence and ditTc'ria,; in tenets, they haVe, it is astonishing, whenve ? orLt'g:slatures; 1 T

bh !future life ; that alone his object ofexleni.il u :encies, the patient but one opinion one feeling, on,; OR it, that 'society has not \ not despair of '

j :Jus eye and heart can easily is {g.fioru'.ly:! obliged!, on account Inl' surC5 that affcct the mortal; since consigned'to inraaYthe out sale lei .. ;

.!i isiiraiBh-the! being-tha! lovely, of the violence of the pain, und i tn mortal interests of man- p ;lrator injures of nhis cJa 1 ,' } those J ,

bad, a'tientivc being! who follows to have, the vhol! !:: loath pulled out. kind.Ths The game :(a1d_ even many can cortiroL j
man through. evil and thro good An ingenirjxd; tu'rjjeo:; from A in erica first motive of the commi-| are not --ganu'stcr: } have would! elicit 'J
i lately sved! la i London has1thfu.ctorily in lu'ir! into debts of honor
Jcpcrt-thal being whose buxom tee, addresaij-.g: fellow-citf- thOsc I pt culations el" b.
Contains: : every virtue calculated to ; Khow'u; tat! thf diseased ; zena, is to do away all idea, that which the law d--ks not 1 r" view, they -1

rendrrman a hoppy and contented part of ilie., tooth, includingthe the Society mean to assume any him to pity ; & whaievorbe! { the co-operation' 'f

brit' Any other motive than cavity above desrib-ri! i maybe I control over the conduct of others. in-it emails! upon family or tl, :the young 1 I

his, "educes men to o level of :hc cut off with the jjrcateat ease I The pledge; they have tjivtn '10 tors the must Isru;i1ulous own con 'i *
brute crc&iion-or like Satan in and celt t'iy, and that .the tour.d I each other, to do .their uirnosl- to btt look with compassion : 1 investiga: I '

the garden, re creeps into the para root or rots may btr alL\sc.do I put down; the practice of Duelling' hiin who sacrifices! himself to ct, heir ovriv: ,
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t1ht', to Cluck and devour its remain in their sockets. 1 :Its will give them a control over feeling which must be regarded examination of- ;
Blooming flowers.Tfte mode procedure has b:'{.rr shown I each other : and as far a, thr.ir i an expression of homage to the) may '

m.-.n xv ho can deliberately and explained( to the most seimrj.: 1 j exumpif: add counsel, end tad as a practical :1ckt1J\\'ledJ; means .a,

rid the afftfctioiib of a Snnalo, andas fie t>>U rlt eous'of this town, who liuvei j vv hen required, can. operate: they that the high! !s: moral 1 (jhii ti a: proposed. .4!

deliberately leave her tofthcHcction without exception! expresld their ido l 11,tter themselves with the. exists, where laws fail 1 to cutnt s'ben> tn t :J'
of his own baseness: is cunvictiuti of its utility. The operation | hope to do 'sotsI,. good. Farther us to regard the rights: (Ii' whicb' 'ntHct :: 'r,
has bfe. 1 than this .d.. nut hut much the of 1
1?ss than a brute-aye, more iicighificani performed or. they pretend not to more i pon ,
and debased tnari the ncre than 200 members of. ; the I vi ice ; and thus far, they presume should this: consideration bind. !! Some: rnastei'c, .
atest reptile that crawls the profession 1 and they have ir.variably I I earnestly to solicit the aid of their to a tender regard to the ': world is much
era tlh. declared that it occasioned no' I fellow-citizens. They know, thai I claims of liters upon our ;gestl"c1 to lht> I:
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A female's heart pair., and that ii could !scarcely! I befell upon tat; aid_ only, cart they hope cy, candor and respect, in the :.m'!.r of a pun a 1
is he of
seal ; aa their own certificates show. 1'01.1 successful: result to their efforts. stance's! ordinarily relied upon as ; without I
Farm;
and affection.(
pure( It cane The instruments>: used far: this purpose And could they ba succeed polot5e&! for duelJirjg) ; and r ; & this tat- 't
funned
yield into a blr.ze of lore and are vet }. simple ; they are a to persuade heir fl'liuw-1 :much more properly should he succeed. But i

self io up; its power-ayi-, even il- fe.w plain forceps, right angled and citz:'ns to retiect, and to l lay to heart ; condemned, whose conduct failed by a con ei 1I:

11 'g radttally; r.c man, whose. arts slole straight, with cutting edges, like how much the success of a project, with it a vinluTion of this virl I in an :empt.. 'I

away.1Q the common surgical boae;:' forceps which they know! commands. ::tt.' dbt ol honor xvmch m i. j I
t'e is a feeling which. but those edges are made ac- !)',-wishes: of every good man We arc well aware that he modifying the : I

or procal growth will render a pan curatdy to fit t henecks of, tht teeth, must depend upon) the individualaid nest and habitual 1 inculcation own In em bers

our I'aiure, and like the vine konly! the nock ; so>> that, however of each a:!d every member of these reflections, present the .' An alcera- t
tw, nlng itself around me mighty decayed! a 'ooth may be, the forceps S'jcieiy they would look forwardwr.UcfMiiiJtoce .est, raid perhips'u1y: : : will llhe-c- I. r

\I' It, will, in time, become Xnaepaw may be safely! and ,easily applied to the day, when: 1naans' of putting an end to' d ) ., .:hrfere t1'w.
'iJC'-!;ltd who he what is l without any mk of breaking the afflicting scenes ..that have ",oafien ling ; but there are auxili *be enforced 1 Y
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that will endeavor to gain the the'tooth. Havingbeeu thus carefully passed under bur. eyes, resulting 'means of prom-Jiing the'same'" : ;wo 5 UCC?:1 i"rc'.
t --Htctions of an unsusoectin r fe- applied on the neck of'a tooth, from the fabe and impious which may b: used aid uught : be fuuni!, -I ;

n>*le- in l her: to his love b)' oaths the"edges: of the! forceps" should t tit notions of hoiorlhat have eo)long-1 be resorted toy to produce u ? : orih so to a! J
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protestations-get her blujsh- held parallel! to the'cd'ge of the lyrinr.izexl over the good sense and| sent'check' while'the Glow and ,. .au .6 mu'li-: J

fate n J> conieni to'be his-his in the gum, and should be made to press: good feelings! ,of, our fellowmen !lent operations of reason, l' : I by adopting: 4 '

if'fltrffe cf lipt heaven and earth, and then down a little, in order to get at the should no mare afflict society; .tion and education, are "'\ ) Ji iun. a '
of*her* u\rr i leave: her in the midst neck abuut a line below the' usual Ofall causes rhat, retard the pro-' ing a 'radcal| 1 extirpation of" :'i11+:jYfo. .tie; '

dreamt of future happiness' height of ,the gum ; the handles ,of 'gresa of reason & moralsrtliere. .. is I (practice. ; v' r t lie inducts e .t
r"'ea.ve her Jn the and fit. The Society cd not despair airteridineht i
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; pleasingatilU: the forceps are tben ..pressed gra no one more, embarrassing : I
ctfattonti him of a loni',>,- life- devnif.fl J ", .to I dually but. ((firmly tog:'Ju| r,*,and .1n a cal than tI.e. difficulty of bringing : satiifying'the' mos: irritable' 'a ,fJl'! lo simple: S
rim she 1 adof(- 6--eay+ P-.Itt'r. 'JI vie- moment the, topper part of the home,. to; every 'v'r sensitive, that when, injuries ;:i I ljuest.:bliahle.' ,. ,,.

aria. to I1fr cre4uliy'll. and perhaps tooth snaps off,' inclutJingthecavi., ssiousn88" "of'his' own, impbriunc, I ? '. received, fcp ,challenges- lenfr ; ary :to .fj/l ,
1 eve Un to,the 1 pourer y luvtthat al. ,containing, 1f iie) 'expansion. ) of .- She unknu\vit t (l))'("I. ca6ts on..adart.: \ncrvej'unrff, jihusjbsap .fns, \ nPr- consideration'Y' by its application I delicate: Ijonor. iriay": Qe* ( # I pillory V:* -. ,

::t.3a etch.'h.re; t .is, hr who.' ,lnatuntlyf.eheve. ,all p.aiitf.,The Ad.ianug"J to the subject before?us'; let cvej-y 'with perfect; i securityv. ,'JTniiiii... .: : ,.. -' : : would1"' put .an ,
11 y :: 'J iT tll :.i :p.dbie,- :Of ib" rrarYrMtiati; a!t: nij; divi4.ual t from"4fr3fresolre. d.!.U tie f foundj'iif* s' nt..mft.,1 "l-i+it'... :. bt'Qtschic .

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t ),*i the' crhr.c the infamy of the puns l\)1le'wns Tvholly ur.able! to carry We understand, by a letter from ,\.nootfU :carti the .AttcntibD .and. mow,that. e.et1 Of Hiftf&vciai 1 \
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ish ncnt, the experience of'all en) the VAT with vigor. 5*. S.alvadorthat the slave brig supptt ofthe.LegislMuV'oTbtorgsn174GOn"Of Court3hts,, hither. car Oj, &c. be port.IbaU.forfeited witll.l1r to *

agti-uTMiM: idicac. hut whether The Greeks are said to have Had called the Prince of G'uin which to fsrAed a prOmLflefttbJeqt of political The UnitedSte'tSl op' WrV'

it v uld"bc advisable to render in* partial encaunte/s. with'a'division ,wis/built At Philadelphia, not a ;attention "ahdWeculalioiv. >hil. on tWs: Ten recently:bu\1t\ H the: Na'V U.4

famous' ,'even a crime that' professes of the Turkish 'fleet on the 9th, .great wbi1 since, andsold;| 10 the subject. withouVattemptinj '0"ltab1lsh Charfe own, MaisacfiuseltsihalbcS l.?

; \\ to have the preservation of the ,10th and llth of'Sept. 'which ,Brazilians,.has been captured by ado mvl am decidedly of opinion that dcred to. be prepared for ea wiOr.*
of establishing them, practicable desp*tcb. Master S
f reject of our .fellow.cilizrM for 'the latter lost 'a frigate, and the I the Tender of QnEnghihFrigatei I the to precede necfirity their formation: under this ought conviction ant Charles. Murgan has beta Com *

its bject, er whether the Legislature admiral's: ship was set on fire. while on' her passage from the i 'I opposed the present establishment *cl_romman pr..Mn., T t.it: ncn-*HPO QU'JQ

the ]'he.Oricntal .' Coast St. The Ten- : of in .tofar they : _
would ever adopt mea- Spectator (Sm.yrna to Salvidor.j county reourts,. as -.

'S '*nre, orjuries be found to enforce ).gives letter* tram Alexandria, .def hati 4 guns and 20 men, and ..ll exercise' jurisdiction in 'civil 1 causes-. and mOO.uz.aJ.J ( I'\ >?Li'it

it, are questions for rave consid which state that not only General( i the brig'12.guns.and TO men. All the dockets of these I appeaifto.asthebest Courts, after twoyears1 r :' a

eration.To Boyer, but nearly all ,theiKrench the men .ran 'beJowr'but the' boat- evidence.experience in; confirmation, of,the'correctness 1'HlllA_ _Y_,1_ E.MUEt_ _, 21. 13.lY -

t ail theBe topic* 'we '-invitt officers have quitted 'he serviceof| swain. She had .600 vslaves, on of this course.;. In the trial of civil 'tarif ft fit-.

I public inquiry,.r.d will thankfully the Viceroy of Egypt, and taken, b. o ard.-Idem.fronrthe a. well as criminal causes exigencies -- :

I ,; 'receive every communication, that ship for .rance. :Geon. rD. has.arrived -' Baltimore Gazette. JVro. 24. i of;the community, I conceive to be 'fully .Editorial orreaftozde .
From Ja'maica.-We ,have received provided for, in the courts already esU- 14 Tallahassee
llth
3j t i : willhl us *n lighting upon some in.Paris* Dee.\$$.
I .
bushed at the expense of the. U. S. to- .
The
it is stated Lord Cochrane our regular'files of Kingston Dear Sir.- Council;
! judicious and practical 1 expedient, that i gelhcr with the auxiliary tribunals created iti session at 12'?.I. The omrne 4.
4 of the evil. left Malta in 'small vessel on the Jamaica, papers to the 26th. Members w r
to rid society I by the Territory : until therefore in the
by Hon.
worn .l1dge'\Voodard
: But at l last, if the most 'eligible 14th Sepr.-for Hydra, whence, if tilt. by.tbe, brig .Hunter, .Capt.Armslroirg vnrpopulatibn shall iave increased,and they then proceeded to'the election /

and practicable legal provision he did not hear of the expected armed btlY, >in .23 our resources, also, and the attendant andColjHcwarr} D. STOIT w".ofPrwidwif .
and days fromKingston. ;We nutice litigation 1 cannot but consider as premature nanimously I chos I n. GZOROK q. :
should be discovered suggested steam vessels he intended to -return \ E. Tn81.

in a country .which: boasts the to England. Another .ac' nolhingJocal in them, materially community any additional attempts to courts impose, when on their the principal cleric \ Messrs. Doooti/s, .s.ntVnd

happiness of 'having all its taws count states that he arrived at : tniciesiing to the American reader establishment! would not only-he unnecessary ... C.McCoRMiCK/CTifrawi.ij'hART Se-.I;anl at arm*.clerk and

passed by the People, as well as Marseilles on the 13th and passed -the effects of the, prohibiliori but would be a formidable .entrenchment 'I Col. MACON then offered a resolutioo

I for tile People, it is only -by an through Lyons the I9th.on his of all intercourse between the U. ,i on the public convenience When that a committee i l wait upon the Execu!
S. and the colonies ars severelyfelt andonthe'pubic resources the and inform that the Council
the to Paris. tive are
public 'sentiment -
impression upon way t'J the oganized -
legislative council shall have adjusted
il.at the wisest laws can-be The French-Chamber, were to and muchcomplained of. scksiom of the Superior courts,as contemplated and he ready might to think receive any communication

. assemble th* '15th December.A Flour quoted at.glfl a barrel. inconve- proper to
carried through our Legislature ; on by Congress a partial make. The Committee consists

I and no other proof need be add.uc- letter from /Dayonne announces Lima.-Private. accounts re- inience.nwy be the l'cmlt:1t one extremity Messrs wlfacon Jllba and ;rat,. of

: ed of the necessity of the public that several commercial houses (cci i ved.a Jamaica from Guayayutl I or,other of the Districts ; but thisimay 5Iessrs. Pinkham, Doggeti and Jfo

-- countenance to carry into effect in that.town have suffered ,state, that considerable! sensation be.easily rcme tieo/'by the modifica'tion were appointed a committee to vib-uit
in 'the
had'been excited at:'Lima, in .consequence of the powers already vested proper 'rules and ;regulations. \ resol I\Ie
enacted the .failures .
the wisest laws when verely by numerous '
County Courts, and without having recourse tion was adopted to have the Bills a'ndo-
than that very defect in the administration that have lately uken place .in 'of Bolivar haw'ing.lrrcst- to additional tribunals. therpublic'buslness' printed, and
a
. of justice, which bas Spain.A v ell about twelve of his cluef officers, |. Among'our laws as .they.Volute to e- appointed to carry fie resoJulioa commiltee -

ftiven rise to the-S cjey. 'So that Common Hall was ,held at 'among whom were .the i L General conomyand policy should onsider :1n.impurt.ant i ito effect. All the Members are herp
\ of Marines and Admiral Guise- addition, to authorize the iiicorporatton "
Mr
areled tol' London on the 19th whvn it except t"1'J.
at last, we emphatically' was ot'a: limited number ot banking

: declare that our hopes of success agreed to petition ParUament fora Bolivar, howev, appears quite r companies. Our relative situation with a list Zetfijlan-ve of the Members Council.-The of the following! is

. rest altogether upon public sentiment. rrweal of the corn laws, .and- a unconcerned, and pas es his .time .!the neighboring states-I imposeathc necessity Council, now in Session at Tall Legislative! baiiet

:, Andalihough.rciolved hat reduction of t-xes. during the evenings al' : the lhea creating medium of our own,4)Ut with, the exception of the 9th District,'thi

, our efforts: shall 1 be .persevering fePari89 October 24.A report ire, generally accompanied i by his ,deprecating as Inlo the cupidity and mismanagement name of the.gentleman elected there we
Aid-de-camp. General Bolivar : 'by which these institutions. f have not heard. The names stand in
should abandon received few since th&
t ,and unrrmilled, we a days by way : have been rendered curse rather man numerical order ofthe Districts
f .. lite undct taking, or should never of Tr.ste, is. corroborated by ad hasJssued an ordervrequiring all blessing to somo of the stales, I should present. they re

it vicesfrom Calumata that Ibra Buenos Ayrean merchants to.quit. i not feel warranted in snctioisntheir '
! have entered upon were we not Peter Alba. David C.Tinkliam, Robert
; sustained by the hope of lining to him Pacha w. s obliged to retreat Lima in 15 clays. lIe hd marched admission into Florida, except under the McKinnon, Henry I. Stone Joiin Ufift '

witness the day, when the wise and from before Trippolitsa on .the the Peruvian troops out of the most rigid provisions and,safeguards, to Thomas Speight William \V ;:1tt. Jam

1' \ good of every age and stutionofe- 11:h Sept. The Greek fleet had I'e- Castle of .Callao, and; placed dcfend'tbc community against either their in tinnecessary Dell, John L. Dpggelt, Edgar Macon.
multiplication, number .
Peter MitcheJ Samuel
[ vcrr pruft'8osion & calling, however turned to Iptara to_ repairjlhe dam- them by Colombians. or in capital .as well as against an Indian Fry
Jlrtd"lionB.-By
.I obscure or conspicuous, howeverhuntbie ages received in a skirmish -on Iris understood lhat'the Chilian unequal distribution ofthe benefits .thc)' the

or elevated, shall rally. the san* day. Two Greek ofh- squadron is sold to the; Govern! are to calculated to dispense.The following 3 our rei.der1".111 obseve.thai ,
ment of DueuGg.Ayres a vessel : abuse of tHese'institutions has giv -anott.'T ic of hostility his
round us as' if the victory Tested cers have deserted to the Turks j i '
The is baring been 'from;i' Chili toCaliaofor en 'Tise to an absurd prejudice against been cotnirtinedfay the Jndunj"
each'.one'a individual Clorinde fitting out at tent
: on prowess i them: the e'jJ5.that resultedfrom the
but inclined behev .
we .irr to that _
Then, and then alone, 'we may Brest, to carry a Diplomatic Agent the purpose of volunteering :establishment of 40 land banks in Ken- of ,
: like the murdtr the Mesirs.
hope to see tne-day-when the wi- to the -S/JUth Ame&can Republics. officers and seamen to plucky may be mentioned as a leadingcause

f. dow'& tears shall no longer fall like i. convey the said squadron) to Buenos I of an opposition, which has hither Parry, this io :+\c act of a few de.

J I in ult en lead on the hand that has 1 From Portugal we learn thus Ayres. The Pel'uv frigate ::1 to prevailed against the cstablishmentxjf tacheil individuals and not an er!.
one bank with a limited and appropriate dence of the hostilitv;; of the body
I Peruvia and the Liminia of
prostrated her flap.piness.Vhen' the Cortes is convoked for the II sloop
1'1 I capital in East Florida and under strict of the'rloria1 Indians. If it
,l the orphan shall no 1 ledger demand SOih Just. Gen. Silviera, has been war, were laid up at Callao.. responsibility to the Legislature.The .
from ordered to the a.nd. A disturbance had occurred in education of 'O'dth:1' were the latter, however, the
I r in vain a father /couuiry quit Kingdom, our) a. measure -

; That nas fViled in its duty to hiui, has proceeded for France. Gomesthe Guayaquil, on account;, of a desire oi*I policy.1 consider as important and me1Wurea lake :will promptly. put
to change the authorkies obligatory any within the I legislative them down ; and thr ',- will be
t: or the commmunhy lament ever Portuguese Charge dAfiYirrs existing -I
'j I pale; towards this: object! the general i will
that Territory the
government our sooner
1. L1 She fall of one, who has sacfificedhimself kt Madrid J who refused to make which succeeded in placing i has made a fiberal endowment

,, to the mistaken notions of .oath lo the .CQnst lutiJu, Ctco:. C. Mosqua in the Inlendency.Admiral J I in public -lands ; qualified as it.is however be rid of this disagreeable and

: \% thaKommunity, c-r to his own fatal p anicd him.Madridi Ellensworth ;vho J&as by a restriction to'the higher branchrs dangerous part of her inhabitants.-

r ,, rr.isufce in trusiiuglo til for Oct. 12.-An army of! s-ipi-rcedrd Amiral Guis,' has lei'i \ otedncationaud .many of the rising On the arrival of the express,

" : observation is forming to watch Guayaquil for Carthagc-tia to join generation! being destitute, of an opportunity sint by Excellency the Governor -
protect!::n '
1 of '
.
being taughttoreall and write, .
despatched
Col. Clinch
promptly
the fleet. .
WiLLIAM JOHNSON, the movements in Portugal ; (Jen.Quesada this endowment taaylieinapplicable to

t t Clairmw i .f the Standing Committee of I is appointed lo the com The Congress 64, lately the A- I r the present exigencies ; an alieration of a detachment, under ti.! &

.. t7.e illti-D Jcllillg i4xociiti'n. mand. Alarming accounts con sits, under Mexican colors was I I its toms therefore would) seem to be ne- Command, oflLieut. Allen, icco snnnted '

I tinue to be received from the lying at the island of Puna, at the cc3sar\vrrsome ot'ierurringetner.t whereby by Lieatcnun.a Phll'p3,
H 'F l\E1UN. pro a flail bo provided: for the k Colcock which v-- .:-
.vinces. The sale of wool, twtucJi mouth of the duavaquil River, about may promotion Scarjght ;
. .. of
. .. _. --- -- -' -- tne useful and indispcnauble informed will be inomcdiate'v followed !
--- :he loth Sepiembcr
is the veryIeiiky I
JVorz th .\1'1*' Ycrk .4lercanMevldvc rzier, principal rcsoune.ofSpaits1 object ofiIuMrtgYthc primary clement I Glassell and Lieut.
bouitd
frotJ.W"rollThe\ packet :I will in a great degree fail this' round Cape Home. of instruction.In by Maj.
i J Trem i fr PItiliidelphin Ga t t.. internal wish- Lacey; who arrived the ,Eliza
t PcB) !|! year, owing to the long drought \ : improvement our be t
ship Sti'phunia Capt. *
,
1' I11l/lortarlt.-"l'hc Albion have beth last the former
as- ns happily met with the convenience on Tuesday ;
London, Oct. 21.-It is curren-.
I
arrived
which yesteiday, brought I., ( r sells, that, not content with opening r of the general-government, in the ex.' ,, of whom will command the troops
Havre papers to the 26th and Pa ly reported tlHlr.. Mackenziehas iniualions which it has authorised towards
c: ndla, erecting ;ifortifica- : 0:1 tulatEation.'Frornilie.
ih to the 24th inclusive. I refused to treat with tIle H 1)- the establishment of the great canal ; aild ,
lions and Florida
i The Louisa, fiOnlldfast, left tien Government for acommercial resorting inj various in the consecutive lines of coiuiuunica. I "A.-crueland cold-bloode Intelligencer 1 murder of a
other for 1'
measures the! 1rtetii.i1advancement tion I
and other
I the River on the 27th, and broughtpapers treaty, until some measures are improvements to which tutu and four infant children has recently
of the His titis invaluable work I
4 of the 25th. taken to put theJ\riti8h a more co'try, must necessarily been committed, hear, the Ocilla river, i>
favorable Majesty's Ministers now contemplAte give birth, we may reasonably uuticipaic bout twenty miles from this place, bya
The Cotton market at Havre footing rrspecta the a derclopement and co.-nbiuation tif re
was veiy dull, and the price hd j treaty already effected with the the most important cnangrs sources perhaps tmrivallcil: in the older party Indians, presumed to !belong1 to
in the form and! the Creek tribe.
__ declined. At Liverpool on. the I j French/Government, and measures system. of the local Stales ; and need scarcely add'thut.every On Tuesday the 5th instant,they went

$lst the muketVas about -thr 1: :o this end,>il was reported, would government' of the Jirilish | measure which nay be.proposed in the to the house atu Mr.Carrshot'aMr. True-
North American Provinces. :Conceiving and which in best .
pJLegittluture my jbdgjwent
butchered
..same as before. eventually l&ke.placc. luck, burned the house and
that the welfare of :litsene may have-i improvement for its eii1.I Four children The mother of this lamily
The ,
'. Russia declared .War against r report, that Mr. Canning I i will meet with my cordial and decided
provinces would with her infant child, had come to Ibi '-
promoted
-has' '
Persia on the 2Blh Sept. and hostilities arranged a new commercial approbation. :
.placed place, thus escaping the same
under fortunately
had commenced. On the treaty with France, is without one general, vigorous I These are the (prominent subjects 'fate. This information was received oft

-- 2d Sept the Russian general foundation. On the -cnutrary we and elective government Avhich in explanation of my opinions, have I .Wednesday evening, ; when 15 or 20 of our

Prince Modatow attacked a large are assured that the -French min they have formed the plan of uniting .- occurred to me as necessary bring to.. citizens instantly started for that place.
public view and
lll.lll :
although fur
; trombelieving
Persian force who forced ister has signified to Mr.-Canning themiiito-ONE'CoatfEDEHATii The Indians had left the neighborhood;'
, were to : that the next, session of the legislative i but,
SYSTEM.
have been traced the Ocilla,
- they to
retreat with great confusion, Icav- that the principles of free commerce .council.will!I afford eitUer-timc or I ,ijnmediately .
. Each not yet overtaken ; -express was
province will-still retainits
;'; ing two Khans and 1000 men on which are proposedare opportunity for the accomplishment of: sent-to (;a 1scl- n-alJcl yesterday

r the field. The Russian General sufficiently extended in France, own local governor JMid two all the changes in our jurisprudence thirty-five mounted men from that counIv -
legislative bodies as they, at wfcich the public may desire, yet'as much : lID
YcrmohoEF, with another division to render such treaty practicable pre- passed'through this place to join
sent exist with may doncby a coincidence of opinionoii't3ue their''
the Persians before at this time. some inodt ca other IJan-The militia, for
'vas driving of the ,
part members in
p 4h > We are sorry to learn that the lions ; butt will be required to hopes that the expositum 1 have am given protnptness-in turning out upon ihw credit.(o
send certain casion, certainly deserve great I
.1)im.The very
manifesto of the 'Em.peror funds of th.e .Spanish and Italian a number of delegates may ia some measure prepare the minds Information-has also bcvn received that I

. r intimates his determination towage Refugee Committee are exhausted to the place of general government to ct on thee points. The Napoleoncode CapJ. Dade of the 4th Uegt. stationed oo.

war uaii!! indemnity ,shall be and :hal nearlv30O Hcful ecs., to enact laws for the whole. can as .yethe but imporfectly the Suvrannee, has take.n 8 or 9 painted !
. I -- -- j A ,I.u t..I l..zr .i.r_ r\___ _1 ,* .- _i : known, except from the commercial
jai 'nc ucdu u* uJIJuranuan Ira- Indians, evidencing! hostile intentions*
had and Of whom had enjoyed wealth
) fonpatt aggressions, so many brunch which has been and
ably
accurately Florid*
rrjonwjjI be Tht tit which thc
.placed some Gis-: daring manner
; cant). for the.future and distinction in their own coun- translated by Mr. Jtodman.: Its circu- Indians have conducted themselves

:It is thought this war-will tend ,Jry are now ina stale ,of starva- tinguished individual appointed lation from Louisiana has as yet been limited calls for recently energetic measures,;Oil

, to facilitate the negociaUons between tion. by the crown." Some speak of and the public mind may not be sufficiently the part of the) government to drive the'

, J Russia and Turkey. Ship'.Cybelle, Holmes, has arrived Halifax as the seat of General Go'trr.n.ent prepared'. for so great iiiul impor- within proper bounds, and ,punish tneir,

. A letter of the 17th Oct. from atU'lymoudvMats.: jays \ .thers of Q..ebec'otliers tont law, and.in at improvement our mode of in legislation.our system of daring out1'ages. To suppress them to call tliovernor -
oflor.lrciI exertion
/ V S t'Yankfort, announces that a courier from .nofd aux.Ve ha Vt received --- .... ..... .P11'EIL AU L'CIIEL. out the has used force.eycry I
from Vienna had just brought! bytktit arrival, the. .f lIuting'letter 10srr-- -- \ jPr.m tte Pluladelphia 'Gazette. An express necessary has been sent to Pensacoi i

c I intelligence ihat the Ultimatum olUiusia from our correspondent ai ---, ...,-,- ._\\. :. stood Important--taat Uritieh is vessels not generally which under- la requiring an mklUional rcgtiUr force I

i ,_ had been definitely acceded Bordeaux, dated -October: From (he East Florida--j IIcral'?. I: ter the ports of the United States may, 'after en- from that place, winch ana> be expectedin

: to by the Porte. This intelli- : any ahr.n
.,
think a"ny
j ence.reached Ackermann on the since, I understood from respectable have made on our Judicial I laws in ..relation .i ports included in the late Order in CuunI -' not .' Tne citizens umnecesstry Tallahassee: arc

. 5th, tnd the .Russian Plenipotentiaries authority,, that a communication -' which to proceeding on contract, tml..I oil, will be Imbie to be confiscated. on %Se alert, tlieytrelgenerally\ well armed '
couii
are the I I
mclhr of.our The I
examples of
-Cth
act May
182.2 s
: I left that place un the following had ber.n forwarded by i.heFrench.govcrnmrm elder_ States and Territories, am fore I I thoYity to the l'resident, to, gave an- \ andean take the .field at a momeni -
our
: day for,Odessa. to the! United cd lo Ihe conclusion, that the encourage. I I.i ports f fur Ijiilish vessels from .open the colonies warning. J i second co rri-

Mr. Canning left Paris on the Sates, on the subject of American ment and maintenance of emigration and on principles of reciprocity, but the Since has writing arrived the above Gadsdert a nwuber-

: 24th Oct on his return to Lon claims,.which Wus decidedly 'uufavorable. population, wa the-policy which (dictatedhi 6th section of the act of March Is:, Id23, pany frocji .
( tenderness in levy and sale : anti at atHhiWheflOflrjift "that, if, at time ing eighteen.
don. liwae-saicl in London, that I : says any the intercourse .llail-We Oh'
and ill( fated .' I'ri. P'eMitctla V Jhbik
between the U. S. and
:le of wine in this.coun any of the above t orj>
be had to some important : that our
S agreed } crop ry demanded an exercise of forbearance/l enumerated British colonml. serve with much pleasure .
,should
: alterations in the commercial trea try is. ascertained be very bad- even beyond what precedent could sug-. be prohibited by a liritish <4rder ports.m Council ther EditAr of Mobile has calletllhe atte

ty whh France. > the white wines .particularly gest t she has been made a victim to judicial from the time the same shah! commence ibis.ol the,cilijeiii of that: placetu the., c -

A letter Irom Constantinople, of little or no value. By advices ) laxvi, which in point 01 ilUpnlicyand to be in force," the ftct of MurcU1st : fort which we have made to obtain a uirct,

-of Sept. 26th, states.,that ,the British from most of 'the *v.inecountries oppressiveness in are perhaps; unexampled I 182u bh: U ceaiC In operate in their mail between the two cities 'He reroar ;.
of
S jurisprudence other 'I "* As intercity
any favor
portion and the we equally
,
of are
act 18th
Ambassador had delivered! a in : it to be the April Iil3rshall .
'. urcipe -appears of the U. S. I haIl consider it my duty revive :und be in lull force. with Florida in this matter, -
r.ole urging the Porte to enier-in-, same-particularly in -Spain nd:1: therefore .to-support such amendments ,
r :, S : The act ofApril, .18th, 1818, which i ia would be that. ourshould citizen!
; io a'negocialion with the areeks. Portugal.Capt. ,I as may fce suggested toward relaxation \\\MJolrtuuUy revived by the Lite lintiih! proper ,"icrbC .

" To this it is said a reply was made .,.Low, at Boston, from St. in our proceedings on contract, if ou mature Order in! Council) i is -v deliberation be Influence further ifte o.bJe
they.shall
found
r"t. that the Porte understood his own Ubta, was_ over loLisbon on, the the obligation unimpaired 'toleave thattlie jiort of the fainted. to 1'a.
; Among States shull be ntJi.i'n.ujui'ciojed.f our neighbors have in veY.Vtiuld' ,
aflairs, and .did. not wish.tne interference 15th_ ,October. At winch time an other amcnaments, m the .Judicial law every vessel owned: against IaJ'0rt"
vrholly.ob:
of the British ambassador. insurrection against the Constitution may also be mentioned,.!the relief of our I subjects of bis Uritannic Msjcsty-in part by,. ,. r"equi'rctsome'litle'. repaicut'a oP
coming!
.
the. r.iad in good'
that Con- had broken out in the Province Citizens from unnece3aryJury duty, and I from port put
Other reports state, any or place, in 'colony: or ter short lh!
of about 3400.troupsbad from an' oppressive procrastination ofa.uitsrciulling I ri\ur"of hisllriUanic : new onefiu%rhaps a ,
S fUnttnopl' continued convulsed Algarve, and .._*.! 'Majcitv thatiir'orshall
'ihrou
fhOsp plcakliug" indother .be by'the ordiqary"l laws of : :Unec,& the'ir.ail could run .
machination ot the friends marched from Li8\ bon l nuvig i-
the ctions of '
by imp the la.ii "
: tlseeal huh ; & .
tcl6acdagaiit vessel owned by cit'u. in"two.Uiys\vih ease' Drt!
;
-Dr the Janieariev w3 tljal the to surcssit'.mFattadiur. many other itjc?E 0) !1n14ment7 tel}"ticV.nited'| States. .A mid 1 !b. .
; ,- ,' furtherxV -i ; aliht rrti 'f.f.1en. i, thrn',

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cities ,, by eh, J-L.ut t1.e clillcne nol t'CIl & ,neb '
the two goca ;i\'et1. John 6assln I 1
( Hampton Savannah, JDec. 5.Uplendi CLBAH& I--
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ciruiiuous his friends at liberty enter into a S. ., \I.
CIaiborneaery '
of Westcott
negotiation
the way of the matter, which they did i nml Nathaniel: \V.. Duke, continue in good,demand and have Dec. :lj*.'- -Brig drlx_ 'ans Smith --S;,
and occupies Edward '. .
/ route, generally in the investigacion! they were "informed I Boyd, (Temple M. WashJ sold readily during the week at Siiol Mexico, by the1stet. ;. -'
unfrcquently
about 12 days and not tliat.a part of the communication of.CoJ.1 J gin .Henry Mifflla, and Robert from, 10 o. .Ilcer.ts._ principally 18.-Schr. Thorn ,\ :

a much longer time. White of the 4th J tine,was ..lniltere(1'I I Deacon ; captains! c1r.rkVm.. W. from 10 1-2 a 40 3-4. though very St. llarks1th.U, ; Campbell
1'hfl. 'tJtercourse nowis extremely by Gen.; Call as conveying a charge of i,!Meredith S. ,TI -oops and
; gunner, Samuel:-Heb- fine cotton his bi ought 11. The Stores _
tied i in of this cowardice ngainst him to which as a.man berd S .
lim conbrquence ; boatswain Edward Heath offered for sale continues
quantity
: of bon or he ccuJd not under any circumstances I ; 'Schr. Amanda Malvin ')all

delay) occasioned. by the strange submit. The friend of the Col. aaij maker, Richard' Reynolds ; small,owing to the very low state Luguna De terra"mas,'by. ih 't :\taster. .'

route under, the present regulation8 believing that no such charge was internist; acting carpenter, Willtam Fisher, of the rivers. Waggons continue ] S '

.," .. I ed by him. did not hesitate withdrawthat Passengers, Midshipmen! Richard to arrive freely* '
'I 19.-S br. Amelia .
comm"nicaHon.ond it was expressly H. Morris '\cb
and Louis C.sF. Falio Sea Islands have also
gone off
Florida Sugar-\Ve,are informed understood, by the friends of both Gentlemen John Smith lujjatswAiii. Tampa Hay, assorted Cark by!
: and..Mr.i freely-at 33 a 25 and higher prices
that
all I offensive between
rrceived by matters Lc Baron and Vanbaum... .
that letter, a Merrill '
them were likewise withdrawn, of course Bolles.. #a//. Jmer. have been offered for some lots ; "
of this place, mentions, Schr. Splen i DaYt M "
gentleman including that very offensive fetter, ;addressed it in..lo\Y'yet.owiog'' to the *
that Judge Robinson, on Little, : by Gen. Call to Col. )Pope of large crops the planters being' unable Cargo 10 trunks ,goods, '23' ':

: River, Gadsden County, hasti,. h'.s Clrinola ome time during the Spring of T'43'AL. : to get it ready for market.Aew cheese' by Pratr, Hayden: &c. < '
made three thousand pounds J325, which was i in fact the commence I boxes 'furniture: by E. 'Britton ,and
yt-ar Prices.of Cotton. Orleans Dec. 11-The sales
ment and foundation of all the subsequent
'
and half 25 bale cotton J. C. and,!:. C.
of Sugar, from two air by ;
of the week .limited
difficulty j they 'however thought : were quitt' .
Liver/ioolt Oct. 22Our ;
mar- Ke -
Ribbon Cane.Wc arc glad ser.
of
acres. .it would be only ncsr.sII.1')' to express in k'ct not morethanl6o'J or 1800 bales :
that! the planters arc'turning the 5etticmentth withd.alocthe has shown considerable < hear ( : ,
to paper i .were,sold ; and those at a reduction
their attention 'Ihc.-cuhiva- ofthe 4th June,tint being exclusively the this week ; the sales of cottonrechd '
I of Dec. 15. U. S.
fully half Revenue gutter -
I one cent -
subject o the The ctth ) I ,422 bales l Bowed 6 : excepting .
of thi impoJ'tantartict, and controversy. !) :- j ? $
non mcnt,as staled bv the "crack marks" (as .they 'aie: Pulasky\ Polk., on a, cruize. :
seasoli1 will : signed friends of a 7 ; Ne-- Orleans' 61 o 8d ( A). "' .
hopes thai every greatly both the technically termed) which remain 20.-U. S, Constellation
pirtier on 19ti October last, dcJ J abairM md : Frigate
Mobile) 6 7d Sea
| a
inCreaSe jhf quantity: of Sugar clai't's that they. "after fair, candid: :m.! i ; at our last quotations, purchases Woollier, Havana.Ur .
mcJe in Florida: There is a vast full discussion of all the mutters in dispute i Island 12 a 16X4! prices are the ,for manufactures. It is
presumed TOR TUIS roixr.
between the same as !b:5'c': k, but the market
in respective parties, .
of land our Territory 1
I quantity that thor! of Louisianawill
staples .2J:
have concludc-tLai HO.VOHAHI.F nnd ui7i-; : exhiVra! more firmnesa-2000 .'t v'rti.v. !-Sc1r.! At-:
on which the cane Would flourish,; table tcrnVination of th ml' How could j! bales were taken for exportation. : undergo still greater rrduc- las, Urown, to S:1illst. December.Ur .

and it is impossible that loo muchcf it no honorable to Cot. White, unless Gen; Four ; titan, in consequence of the expectation run ST.,MARKS.
hundred Brazil
American
it can be raised, how fiuctuaiinj Call's: Ittteru4 also withdrawn ? 6'ertainly i 400 that North Alabamas and M Jiew-York, Aov.37/A.-Schr. Sarah

: sector may he the price* of not, and it-SHU distinctly nndtrstbod tnnJ : and 900 Cuba- have been taken Tcnnvssccs will soon arrive' in Jane, Pierce. to.sail in a, few days.

Cotton, Corn tC. &c., Sugar will freely ndmitlrdon alltidts, thai al the on !pecula il)!J. A sale: of 5QO 1 rnarkei, I -- .5 .- _.'
;-
com'nu'iications that had pasitil betecGen. 1: Surats is advertised for ,the 27th
always! bring a good price fur home Call & C',!. fl/Zi:(' AWl tIM:! had 'l'Y insi. The import; i is 4012 talcs. !I Louisiana & Mississippi choice, Just l\ec \ e\ S

consumption and the ,planter who j reference to lzshjec: tinder ticyi'riiere ; 113 1-2 a 14 1.2 ; prime 11 1-2 a ,
of'which 1662 Sea Island I AVD\\
are Ala- ,
FORS4LI42'TfIE;
iriaki's it nerds not seek a market, tsttftdiaton aid; that tin- eXjJI'CSltJlI; i 12 ;. ,good, 10 a 11 ; do. 2d. 8 1-2 ( '
of honorable 6? amicably !; baa &1aullolii 194 Orit-ans: Pensacola Bookstore. 5
he may as yn find one almost this temiinniton of atdijj'enncn a 9 .12 j inferior. 1.2 a 8,12.
:
intended j 041 Maraham 2l5! West India.
was to coavey that ,
own ioorDKVTITT idea. "' Mobile, Dec. 12.The marke: Finletft JYev AmericanAtIat, containing
j Ifnvrei Get. 22.-The profound 15 splendid and accurate maps.
It is due to Col. White to that his | during the week past has been '
CLINTON ia re-elected say i calm hich continues, to reign in The Jlmeriran IM Jut J'oc ket Book fof
I friend1* in making; this !si-tllemvnt: Jnd wot I (pretty steady at 9 a 10 1.2 cents.A .. 1827, containing Almanac Selected
Governor of the State of NewYork his for our market) has ijol tillo"N d.tls to an ,
authority his
withdrawing small will
very portion command Poetry, Enigmas, Charades, Hebusset*,
his majority is Btated by the I iic tiClI, at which lie expressed! di puh-I I'make any sales of coton since our the highest quotations. Anagrams, Favorite Dances &.c. !te.
Gen. faction ; but being assured by them that laal and to make sales of
Albany Argus to be 3598.- i ; any Pensacola 22 Dec.--The Mar SEU--SniRPBNr Vcncils.
piTCiir.li has been elected Lieut. the; aivangement was coinideretfequafly: j I !great amount, w f.hould be obliged kit has Silver Pens, Lead Pencils, Letcr and
been brisk since
I umorablcto l both he more our
Governor; of that State, (although it. pa"rties, acquicsidin to submit: in 'a fall of half a foolscap: Paper, Quills, Pewter Inkstand '
last
quotations G26 bales l have
d ; *, ciai$ band lloxcs, Sealing- Wax,
1 V.c was run on the ticket opposed In making this communication, 1 can sous, besides: which, we have received been purchased and the article is Wafers, Wafer Boxes, Ink powder, iMay-:

10 Gov. Clin,! '.on) by a majority of but regret the atiiunce! of my collcaguts: In I no om rl. The purchasers -: now coming in fast-it is pro':a* ing Carder Drawing Paper.2tc. &c.,

4370 votes. The official report this business, Capt. Daniel ISIhtrcli, who :, having confined themselves for I '
ble however thar not much more ALSO ON HAND .
may vary the result a lew votes. wet cheerfully c he present join in I tliisexplamttnn.licnr have: no c.1nubtJul. the past week to about 150 bales I will 'arrive until the Christmas and Reconl and other Blank EcoksCyphering I

o Yoqe. per day, for which the sellers have New-Year holidays'are past. Saleshiae ; and Copy Hooks, '

,y would! call the attention of our readers r obtained; from l-8thtoone l-4th ofa Childven Copy Slips, _
bivn at 8 to 8$ cents in round
to the address ofMr. Johnson, Chrur- -- 4 nlO,:>>4"ccccu- -- sous less .than ,our last quota i Desk Penknives llazors,

Tan of the stamjinjr committee of the St. Auguxtint November 21.- tiziLi: :. It is hoped thai the demand aiicl 8$ to 9$ in square bales-as Indelible Ink, Painty

: Anti.luc11l1)casosatioh1. winch we publish A public! dinner i was given to oar will revive high as lb has been given for one Seals, Juice Wafers, .

to day from (!;e Charleston Courier. Dole aie,Col. 'WhITE on Tuesday :again shortly.Havre lot of the latter ; and one parcel, Violin Strings &c. &c. -

t 1: Is an article so full of just reasoning: & last; at the house of" Reuben Oc;. S3; -The situaifati\ of the old crop went as low as 7 PensacoIa/JOih December, 1826. /
correct sentiments and :\llhe same time ,
of the cutton continues to *T-
(teats the subject 'with. so much calmness, Loring, Esq. a: which more than worse nnd but little demand. grow Offers cents. DOOIS BOOkS !i

and tiki-sso: jiiit View of the true cau- sixty gentlemen were bountifully! are made at low prices. 7b'tal, Cotton, Cro/is of the United 'IHE Subscriber again requests! !all per
., very
fr.r* vhich) : 1 put-tain this unfortunate prac'TC. and satisfactorily entertained. Hie States. _I_ sons, havinJ books m their possession
< that we believe :-.11 will rise Irom Until now the; holders have belonging to the i'enaocola Circulaf-
were numerous and
with 'awl sitisfaction. toasts generally been firm and wished For the year ending
""AHilIg'it pleasure hare not to inK Ubrury,'whether taken out by them
The most strenuous advocate()tlie ntac- very excellent, .and evincive sell at lower prices than those Oct. 1st. l82; >. f2 ,027 selves or others to return them without

tice wHi jot; \ve think! object to ihjs address of an harmonious and! conciliatory which alrt.dy<< existed-however Crop) of last year, 5 69,249 delay<< c. 31! it will be impossible for Him to

in vviiich the writer \\hU)icdcijrecates spirit. We were unable to obtaina Jit I I have the Library properly' rfrraiigud: foropening
is to be ared that the large
duelling: and wislios alrto join copy of the proceedings in time Increase r=- ; on the 1st January, unless lie .
in cinleavoring to put it down, by mcv.isof for this Herald. i hoiJro: will at :iljst: give way; 150,778 is assisted by their attention to this nor
|iiM 'luaUy effecting revolution in P1'- paper I which would cause a serious: injury The very great transition from tice. -
ic,(Jril &jnic1;no\vledges the ciiincully of ..11,. (iCl/a till.-Tliit N. Y. Statesman of th) : cotton :shippers.tiaitimorei it the high prices of .1825, to tilecomparthe.ly W. Hascll S Hunt.
lute information
and that this says, "by from Kniu-c;
the ui.ilti'V'kinjj change of r j low rates of 1826 it
is we understand that it.I. reported tha. ....Vov.27.!' -No impor- Pensacola 20th Dec. 1836 -
ojiini'jn uhsuiutely, nece3saly to cnalIrecn -
Mr allatln i is about returning to this is presumed, has tended: lo keep
Ihoye \\fo nre oppcscA toil, to I ta ion. Our market continues -
refuse a rCo01"ttu! it under some ctfcum country, and giving up his !place ut the J barely sulied-ome; small parcels the article back ; and the quantity The Grand State 'LotteiyofViiinia *
.
Court of St. James.
withheld from
the market in
tire
M:rces. Our opiiuuffls that there
oases in which) it needs the most determined .:,,'orfo.l1.DV .28-The U. S. sloop'lari-i of the new biop have be..nI the interior, :and in the hands of -,

resolution ami CuuYae! to refusea aa, Lieut* Commandant I'iercy, from I received this ,season, up the, Bay the in of the Cot- TttlllD CLJ1SS '
call tts the field, nnd that the practicenever : Washington City, bound to the Coast ot" from Vigtniu'iwhich! : have broughtour planters some 70 be drawn in the City of Rich* ,

will he put down, until public opinici ,: Georgia, on a surv
is revolutionized) ,on the: subject heie yesterday, and will sail in a late Intelligence from England much larger than it was last year, Prize
: few days fur her destination. The following Highest
but have
Q'e have hcen no plan more promising as we no saisfattory
has produced! a favorable effect
of success than: that proposed by the So:. is a list of her officers. data: : on which to be found an estimate
rktv: in South CuioTmn, and we trust that t Lieut. Cottt'tlt. Pitl'cr..Mipmen.nenn upon ail the markets on his side readers left their sioooo-; '

their example will be extensively followed. ,. tt,,IJcatty and \Val- of the Athnt C. Prie to the our art to ,
lace. Midshijinen, Newell and attached own conclusions. York Price
Laury
Southward had: improved, about Ic. SCHEME
to the also board Current.
are
survey on
and Lieut, Sherburne is expected to per l lu. which advance is equivalent 1 Prize of 10.000

The Savannah Georgian informs us that' joi: the Florida in a day or two. to 10 a 15 periccnt, upor. the MARRIED.-In' this City, on Sunday 1 do 5,000
Jiomns Spalding Esq ()f Daiien (Jeo:, 4 doand 1.000( -,
\Ve.tiuderstamlthat Lieut. I'i.r'y was lite depressed currency This is evening; last the 17th insl :, by the Her
IMS bft-n :.ppoihtcd by jov. "J'rotip' :1 iCmr.JTiissioier L the bearer sailing"- OI'def.i'fur the U. a. something but perhaps: il is still Constantine Maenhaut, J.1eut. A. W.TIIORXTOX 6440 prizes' of glOO, $50, S10, 85,
: the nf the ; -
.&:i part State 01 F i'n I and S4. ,
schr.
Shark now this harbour bound of the U. S.' Army to Mrs.
(;t ufgia, to unite with Thomas M. Han, of more importance to observe, OCTOnly: 20000 Tickets at the low
; to the coast Africa, to sail in a tew MEHCCD A. 11 a EXT, dau:;htcf of Col.
loipli the U. States Commissioner in runn'm that the activity of the demand Manuel Gonzalez. price of Jg3 e:1ch.orlersuns .

;{ a boundary line between Georgia days.Small ___. ( ::: wishing to Tickets
Pox.-It is slated in the suffers no check, eithetIrom the ---- ----- -- -- --- procure
---
,and this Territory.C03IM in the above Lottery, can do so without
:.-.e.&i2 :r- _. __ :- '"":- Nc -York Commercial 1 Advertiser accumulation of stock in Europe, anY additional: expence> by leaving the
that there or the absol tr certainty of an immense \UP 4J cash, tickets iii other Lottery
[.I. /1 Ce vo.v. : are; now near forty or prize any -
.-... -.- cases of smull) pox mi Staten Is* crop in ibis ;country. T1.? with

Jietreat, GaddenlOds L'ly. V iatd ; and that there have been New York market is. also animated !! \'T. Hascll Hunt

JJtfr 1826. 5"Vf. about one third of that number of and considering;' that the stock "(: .._ VJ 3 l 1 Pensacola loth Dec. 1826 .
lIAFtLLIItT Esq, ....
.' is insignificant and :'
comparatively ,
deaths from this (loathsome disease -- ,
ftlK -On the 2nd inst. I forwarded! tn I "
Ta1Lhike for publication, an explanation within a shorL.time past. the arrivals of the :Ww crop areS I U1t. (1: rS usa \)\a.AHRIVEH. CommissionersIN Sale

of the sct\l men" by their! friends of n' d India TrudcWe understand hitherto limited, the business maybe virtue of a:, decree of the Superior

the differences that exifctca between General ., that information reached considered- very large, and at Court for the L lrict of West Florida
Call and ( U1JIle1'liite, which than 't late sitting at I'enacola, and made at the last
you rather higher the
New-York last week that prices Dec. 18-U. S. Frigate CONSTELLATION

vill no doubt see in the Intelligencer of f early November Term lt in the case of ,John.
Vridaj'List. Since tlKcn 1 am authenti-, Mr. CAKXING, had pointedly refused bCUV1"LflC. Virginia, per Hi. 10 a M. Ti Wooliey Esq. Chabaud; against Mathtas Uovi Ur;.oL'

'rally informed that Uimdbdl cf that set- to enter into; any farther; negociation 11 ; Upland fair qual. 10 a 12 ; Commander, from a Cruize, and Don Antonio Molina in Chancery.the.undersigned -

tlt'ailc.t. .a-c induAtriou..ly circulating by With Mr UALLATIN, upon Louisiana, 11 a, H ; North Carolina last from Havana ; dicers and Commissioner appointed by
tle: enemies of Col. While in Jackson of tleVest India 10 AI : Tennessee and Alabama Crew all well. virtue of said decree, v.ilU sell at the
the% subject "
County, ami the most ungenerous!' and 10 Ii. Court House in :the City of Pensacola,for
a
,
.2lst'-Schr. St.
base interpretations iven to it. I have Trade. tIoptQeilly U.l\.SHIN HAND I
From the J\.lccitl"rllntcn.-The\ Ar;: York, Aov. 38.-The sale* ;'Marks. % ,
consequently thought it necessary to correct -
of February next between
day
the first -
explnnation, and to be more ex.I U. S. ship Erie, David Deacon of the last three days amount to 20th-Schr. Lady of the Lake. on the hours;! of 10 and 2 o'clock! of

])hcit'ou seme importam points,in which Esq. Oomsnuader, has arrived at little move than GOO bales-comprising Ormfctead, :Mobile.'ENTERED.. that day, all the right. title interest and

btate I now h-jnd it to you, with a requestthat New York in 36 days{ from Gi Uplands) and Alabama' claim of the Defendant, to a.certain: tract

\ you these. will Ill give" ressous it a l place for the inyotirpupervih alterations., braltar. '1 he Erie left the Archipelago at :o'l-4, 111-2. 1134, )2,,<,about pec. i4-Brig Orleabs, Smith, of land, situated':,bffceen\ the ,Bay of St,
) biles of fine at 12 Hnsa. anc.the UaorSt.. Maria de Galrez
50 quality 7
lam Sir, j on.the 12Hi of August-at ) Havana, days. containing
adjoining land Joseph liomfry t -
f Your Ob'fServ't. that time: nothing of importance 1.2, and 70 bales choice at 13 1 I 15.-Schr Amelia Roch, New about .
l_ I1KNKYYONGB.To lot of 60 bales New -Orleans 6 da Assorted !
had occurred ortwcen tne ureeKt cents! ; a Orleans j cargo:: One Thousand Arpens
the Public.. was disposed* of a13 1.2, 'ofd* S ,
and (,urks. Since the fall of Missolonghi to, r. or so much thereof as will! pay the ddbt
As one 'ifihe friend ot',1.. Joseph the captain Pacha witha cents. New Orleans, new 12 a 14 ; Schr. Thorn, Campbell, New decree, with interest and cos.c s. i'William

M. White, recently engaged in the settle- fleet of T9 or 80 sail, had made CpUndsnew: 10 1-2 a 11 3-4 ; Alabama Orleans! 5 days-wcargo to Finlay : Sebree.

men. of the differences between him and 10 1.2 a H 34. I tid. Rushton, Wm. M. Read, J. C.
*>ut. Call I can but regret thai! the terms' an attack pn S mos, where he was :: : ,I Comiaittiontr.

upon Allied that settlement was! effected encountered by the (Greek fleet Charleston, Dec. 4.-During the laud' C. C. Keyser, J. Jerrison Jr. .,. 2ntl..oecernber182641i6t.

'lave In en b() much) ( '!' andbeUivingthat and Ere ships : the report was that pi5; week more business was clone : S. Patterson, M. Crupper, and the ,- ,-

the reputation\ of(;oJ.White several of his vessels were set on in Sea: Islands than pre \'iuus1)- Master. 'Ci\V \ cing';

j isliLely to cttstain all injury, from the opininn fire by the Greek's fire ships.: I some -sales of fine favori te brands I 16th-Schr : Amanda Malvina, ((7TH. subscriber r respectlUIIv Jnform
that-Keems to prevail in relationto ; Havana F. H. 41 hi* friends, that: he will til1ConiAuC
left the and Otis, 9'days to ;
at24 cents
the Erie Smyrna been made
them, I feel it duty to make such When have .
ny ,
draw DeedsMotgacs.BhIhufStes;
Nisbet iruit to the Master.ScrAnteinette : to IItch"rCD
un pl.iitmn as will place the! mat'er Captain: PzcbaretUriod( to Mite- one cr two extra fine lots brought PO\\<<:rfof:Attbrnev htnl other instrument*

in its true light before the community. lane for "ater, and had effected a 25 cents-we therefore quote it 19 I Bateman, of writing in the i"most approved forms,

t Col. White unon his return to the l landing at Samcs as he intended. a 24 cents. In 'Stained, Santee and Havana, 5 days : to Hy. Michelnt.18th on the usual terms j audsolicits a continu"ance

., Territo.-; r"cch'ett a challenge from, Gen. The U. S. ships North Carolina; Maine, prices remain the same, -Schr. Splendd, Day, their t) von.. > -
Call fou'nded
upon an article published i New-York, '18 diys-.-Cargo'to 5. V.Hasell! Hunt.Peiisicola ,
fine Maineone .
by lHID in ,the renwsola Gazette of the Conttitufion, and Sf hr. Porpoise with.the exceptfon of : !I '

*tb June 1825, which challenge was uc. were at Mahon, The Ontario or i"'o parcels of"which were P." Haines, J. C. & C. C. Keyser, 'S rtli. l)ec.. 1826. .

cc-ptcdj subsequent to this time, but was on a cruize: !in the Archipelago. sold at 19 c nt8.' In Uplands the Stone and Nisbet4and the :\Master -: -. -,, -...

1ae\'ioUI to the contemplated meeting a demand has been good ; general -Passengers Aldeil. ,.\. 'M. "ack-' :1't t'lee '
proposition was :made by.the friend'! of ,Richard, M. () John S : .
Gen Call fur an adjustment! of the diflcif The following is a list,of officers sales we're at 9 1-2' ,a: 10 1-2-we son, Hayden, /t LL personj* harin demand1' .asfainsi'ij

'.ce in the following words. un boaid the Erie ; David, Deu- quote 9 a 10 1-2 cts. though' extra T lman and Mrs. Bisaell. = the estates! cif Joswn; :fJbutAUirAscico

-'S ** (:cntlemel1_ ; on the part of Gen. Call commandant';' Lieut's.J. prime has been,sold at}; 1:, and_ .one Sch. Elizabeth, Forsyth( New yjn. ''iNJt2andMxj:. 'A DAL-[A.
we,projos to to a negotiation con, Eeq. choice lots we believe, Orleans, '3 days, 'Cargo to' S. Patterson ..; cio, late of thii (County: decease,, arehereby
j it)r you open H. Hell!, John Evans, Ralph or two very I requested| prewnt the same immediately
, t an honorable and amicable termina- sold, 11 ,1-2. ..This I Utter : J. C. and C. C.'Keyser, J. .
t'on' of the dificrcnces existing- between Voorlices".j !)n, B, Montgnrriery, were tat tu. th' Aubscriber;' : ; andallpdr- ,
llim and Col. Whit ." and Samuel SVA Le.Compte ; lieut. quality is sold so:much !>y, fancy! PescayH. Ahrens ScCo.( W. H. tK>n* indebted, i, lo.siiiu/estateH: ; will please "

This plUJ1u lion, coming from the challenger of,Marine*, Henry, B. Tylr ; ,sailing .,, that we could no't gjretan, :; accurate Hunt, H-._ Michelet, M. Cruppef, oiakc paVment, withuiit! 1-f' 'fci't ; -: -

was! considered us a withdrawal Tho :Selfredge '; quotation generally$ ,therefore, we the NaVy Agent and!! 'Jo,. Forsythv 5-'r t. .M.Crnti' ;

ot the challenge, which it most undoubtculy master' ,j 'Leona'rd Osborn ; continue the habit of quoting nothing .' Pasienger !Majr.:Glusscl, Lt. Lacy ClrrkU, ojJjcifJ 4.f:1r.; :
$ was,&.that CuI.\\'hite was thereby left :acting Arfe'ebn* U, S. rmy".atnf others. p 13 th :}'J.18'. bi. .

,.. m the altitude,. in which Ue would, have punerVjo5iah.... 'ColMon j midship- above.. the common.. prime. ... .,
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PROSPECTUSor .
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. 1)carman, THE (" OR It Term 1826., ) 'pur mauve of LAV, I, JoasABAWB Ql1tll'
,. rEtfcnl- In Attachment.'Jonathan .''I.On 'l'eep I ontmon8 I ; "overnfrer. .: President of the United 5tatl'-J

Jones. A WEEKLY P.APRR Francisco Bonn!,Executor or'tbe 1 America, do hereby proclaim and.n>xde
'f1 N this case Writ ( Attachment has I FROM .1 .Estate of;Doflimgo.Salas, I p known, that a Public Sale.will be held a. ,

t I -.J bren Issued and levied oh certain cat ,Printed at J/ocon,. Ga. \, ,Living Ministers; | V.",. : the Land Office at 'Tallahassee, in 'West .

'J.. J tta cf the said:defendant, unA a suit instiiirlnt {HE local advantage of the town of a;periodical publication) ,' edited Fernando Uoteno' S.1 or I C'. Florida, on the third Monday in January,,

,. ir the Superior Court for the Western Macon, as an emporium for literature IS .-by. Her. AUSTIN ,DICKINSON and Domingo lmer. J QfinHIS 1827 for the disposal of,the Lands situ '

k ti : Diklrict of Plosjda.I as well as-Cummerce.6ltllated as it .commenced j in day came the Ud .iWnantf. ate in the District of Lands offered fot
[ Adam Gordon. ""is, almost in the very centre-of the'State j : *-York,' J. by Benjamin Wright Enquire his alt at Tallahassee and tn the townships

!T1 S the'head rtf Navigation 'a beautiful June, last. Solicitor, and \it appearing' to the Court, hereafter designated, viz '' .'
.Jtlu. frPrntacnlt PII_ j river in.the heart of fertile and -said _'Fernando Morono Senior
: 6th Dec 1864O6t.I t a "ew; Exracfrorn tile..Froftcctzsa.qt ? that the Fractional townships No 1 and 3" .
1 J !healthy .country.-u-ere among the in- and Domingo, Olivier. not inhabitants north of Range No. 2, west, If

;I : VOKSA.LE 'Oil LEASH.frnnK clucementslhat ledto, .the proposed uu- < wUl.be the constant encle- of tbi Territory and they,having failed Fractional township No.2, north of .
u
the mpLiinint'sbill
and c
: Uertaking. vor of 'h.aEditor"o present the, to appear answer Range No.2, west l
'
I suitscuiiiEi: (,m-r JHS'MILL, law. ,lt is there-
settlement henein agreeably .5
thia infant
t:r 4& property in fluvicinity of Pensacola The rapi'd in strides the short four I Public sucb Sermons, of a practical foreordered tbat.unlesa the said defend. FrctionaItownships No.,2 )and 3. -: '
has spaceof
made C ttK
north of 3
NO. ,,west
It for SAL'CnrLKASli with extensive tendency as contribute before' the Range ,
It" ,
the importance in a commercial may ants: do appear here, on or c.r.o.
year i Fractional 'No. 2 aad 3
1 Contract ''fo-r \\\i\e.-r point of \ie\v, it has Rh'c'1uircq ; to honor the great Redeemer. first day of the next term of this Court, to north of Range townships No. 4, west| 5 t u
atteittton the 'iulert-st it where and immortal souls. .It is holden the first Monday of May
with tile Navy Agent. The property con- the e\'r.r save be on Fractional township No..2, north of
. ; fttsts ofl600arpan.sof land, well supplied excites; the tide of business, of capital, of hoped, that benevolent friend of next, and answer' the complainant's' billhere'm Range No. 5, west, S.&I '
shall be taken con
f with prime timber and two Mill Seats. I talent so rapidly flowing there ; already God and Man willffmd the Work, the same as Fr.ctional township No. 3,north of Q.;
One prime Mill having two SaWS in direct the public mind to the high destiny fessed against them. No. 5 ;
ope. Range west, .
which awaits it. from its elevated character, suitable And il is further ordered that the foregoing I 8.
ration, tne Landing now in use for conveying Fractional townships! No 2 and 3, ii a
there is to' be recommended to the'wiseand be published in the Pcnsacola I
Though already one neatly w
Lumber to the Nftvy Yard or any north of Range No 6, west
t
; m..rla.in the bxy of Mc'xicordoes! not printed paper in Macon yet the pccvliar noble.;' and, at-the same time, I Gazette once a week for the space Of,. Including the Country adjacent j to P:?
month for two
.-\cced one (fourth of a mile >f rum the situation c/:/2e times-the increasing bu- from i is simplicity, spirituality, four months and once a town ofQuincy.Also .
!4 null, fo in hu- s.irtss: of the place,-the itit-!! ;tncc, the suitable for months thereafter. .
t any pcrw'iolun; engage and cheapnesI'.y from the Kecord.W. townshipsNo. 3, 4and 5, ?: : :;
tntis of that kind would do well to cull: public spirit Clt'! the connnuniiy increasing general distribution.i A Hue Copy cf Ranges i.>, 10.11.12, 13 and 14 .-.,- :
AUtt, ?
wealth and import .
on the tub cl'iltr. population, the .
.
including Chipola country :' .'.
tance ol' this ieciiou of the Statc.-c.lJl TEU 1S. :. Ilasell Uuut. ? .
I T. cf lie Holmes' Creek ettiet1Ako :
%
*
English.The ..
1 !10ur.1Ifir the arsis'lICt.r another Tress Number contains '
Each
; Monthly C'lk. C'.. \\ roO .
Mobile Commercial Advertiserwill I bup. fractions! sections No : *'
.1 1 give tins fi)ur insertions twO in the which ,.sh.dl not mIl) disseminate u r..rlll one Sermon of ordinary I length, or Pensacol.vl5th November 1G26v4rn 10,11, 14, 15,17, 18, '.-I I, iV|1 ,,_v ?-'- :.. .
illfiniatiun but advocate U'lclll', ruE
City and two in the Country J'eIIIUU1S '! two shorts Sermons, handsomely -\ und in2m, 29, Cu An 3linira'r : 5: .
paper paief. OF TUK I'KOl'LK ,, 2, north. J of{ Range 4, S 5 '. ,. ".
superfine 4, ;
printed on ;
] Wish to the 1'olitical intended paper. t
regard course ..
'f" \ ( \ JJ j ') .
IJ :; Noctiuns Nt i3? .4 lc V .
I ; ,
III ,
S-W-S1 .
t'ensuca. December 1. I J to be pursued(! by 'the Kditor, he P, icc'ane dollar a year, in ad. 1 ff 4 "
-- \ fiuclioiialtowiiihip > C1. 3, i. .. V J
presumesa (Vw lernarks will sifflce--. I: Pi < ne dollar and fifty cents FOR .
\ Notice.Lf. cancc-t 4 east, ;dl ofwiticli f/actionu :. .
liintSL-lt'to (action cabal
I Ife pledr'r no or noot paid lill.Dccctnbor.. bounded by the L zkeitccasuk.:
indebted to I
persunsto .
are
. \\&rmly devoted! to the cause of the.(:*>o
iSi tuc Clerk thcSCounty Court fir pit.hi-s constant endeavor will bc.omote pro For obtaining five subscribers 1827'Just The bale; to commence with th .
the County R c\11lhia.! are requested to nuinberof sociion, tOA'nship and V
thrir i intrf:>'v>-hiti higuc.- ambition (who are supposed to be respon
make ;mn1lt"nt to MrV.. Haseil Hunt ; I i to merit their confidence. 'hough he sible. desired for and to proceed in he o.vler designate.. -.
) a copy gratis, tiU! : .1'l"ucJaluatfon.
'ho is duly authorised to receive all fees does not deny preference to'the jJr lci. i

tip iu liu> date, and receipt: for the buir.c.M. /'.V.t of one of the contending parties that one year. received and for Sale The lands lesened by law for tb. us-
:Jfwc tT more uniting of bcliools! or for other purposes and the-
persons V
.Crupper, agitate this 'Stale,-yet &uch measures,
; C...:.L. and such men, ONLV as to him ":\ seem an.d'tonvarding their names to the I. AT. THE fractional sections bounded by the Georgia -

f rcnAcola 27th ::ov. 1S2CVIif5. best calculated to promote the public Editor as subscribers, at one time, 1usaoXftooks> % re.W. .. CiXven!line, will under be excluded from-ale.

t. -.- \Vt 3kXj X t' -- goo respect:!, will to the receive party :which his support clai.nsliicin., without I[ together with their fiaymentSj may Hascll Hunt.Pensacola Washington, this ar.rlrmti 2'JtU day at of the May City, A. 1)of. .
receive Work the
I the l'r at 1S26
The I lhtor! see whis pain, tiic dilemma I year 2nd,November. 1826". S
.>/ t. ole 111, f eighty cents each : thus reducing -- -- Jolm
,in which Xicurgiuis placed, in vcgrd \ ttiiLM1 :Q. Adams'.
{I l>een under the neccs ity ol I he Number \ .
H\VCti to her relations uithGeneral dovenv* price lo 6 2-3 cents a Hy. the President,

$ .. ( \'the! piibliculion) of.Jier, i I ,mcntf' nd the aw t-ful' crisis to'.which she making the whole cost ,(ifjclu- Trees and teiLc.subscriber .U Graham I V
\Veekly \tesscn cru in 1S'2, ] surge ,
now-jr4i" .
;* htstt..niui.r.'IUWUl lliPI'to en
Juses to issue the 'first immhcr of its whether! in the origki of this dis ding Postage, for the .greatest I 1 111 ,. ;proprietor; .CQwmicticer of fia

< ovtimtatinn, as Slam as it has been ascertained i quire pu c. she had l justice on her s.dc, be I distance,) about Scents a Number. q _.. of the .Lini3can: 15ctanic .-__ kizcsalJazd Office. .,

,! lint- sufficient p.ttrona;e will !benil'inlcd i pledges! bruiM-ii to use his unwearied O.vcriionsto Subscribers will be furnished zoGarc1cn( and 'Nurserie'; *, r near J-' ,

: to defray he expenses til tetork. ''. tr\'e the rights uiul dignity from in? commencement. ." New-York, ofiVrsto-'lhe: public 'TO LET. ,

- .- < The titl- is already known'to be" ut the btute, und to :l\'CI t the evils IhuC An 'Index. and Title Page, 'suat.a i'reesl'lan cuUecticns: and of Seeds.TJis American indi t eiunis blish- a .BRICK .Y.JU'cli filled, th- ,eh.
, d'L1r8.t.. &. COLl'IN'S overwhelm hor In e : .
of
tt.rcaten.t ) : suppoitit4g joyir.ent: wInch be had
I } e to be bound with the volume, ment is weil.knriwn for its |4rat extent, may
i WTIMki )1 the rights! ileorgia; I. he"s>hall not feel immediately.! is. Bituatcil on tne
: S 1\3 will the Twelfth and the plants and seeds furnished being bay,
hin.itlf bound to nssr.l with unmerited a. acconipuuy jive miles from PeimcJa, at the plantatfoi ..
)1'. The cheering reception which it met busc, the Ituvcriiinc-nt ui the Untied Numr. .selected with Botanic accttracy. The anciently ca.JlCJ.' '
with, on its late- publication! from the States ; or toa&cribe to oilier the evils *.w Correspondents will be {nth!lie may confidently rely on the prompt La-Puiifa "
4' F mtIJ! respectable .'()U1 fla1'. in the United which' !ht\e aiiscnfro.iionr o\vn 311-: I ar.d exact execution of their commands Gabaron.Fer .
tj I may csrfiul: iii Riving the names, Post and those Avish further. details and
gentlemenvho
States, and the substantial aid it has already pl'ulenre \\ tu-ivver, Iu ,IDS opinion may or the conditions of
\ ; received, give tlie F.ditor: reason tot C'IIMlrc liny be deserved, it shull!nut be Oilice, *a,d State, to hich the ders for liurupe or elsewhere"will he?fur UicJeasc, :apply to the owner, on me spot

Iii hope tint she will not uny! meet ftnther 'ilhlll'itl.--\s a ijKur.uiA.v, in Il.diui sand '' \v*\rk is.to hosent.. lushed with every information on the or at Ins u ual residence iu Pciwacob, ho

t1 |'.-OtL'CtUUI :,uli.courh't..Y'fn.P1: Editors: hut i interest, iuuiii contend, strenuously 'I twIonifs: sent to the Editor subject, and the.articles dc&ired will be bc ing daily At bot.'i; places.. '

t' uith support: from the public cner.illy...I for eviry iota of lu-r rights As a Ue- by nidi I paid or fire will either shipped, from New YorK, direct to CurIos) Lavalle
)rtjtKgc
their
will place ofde&tinatioii.oTb fur. d
.I' It contain (four = rd
,.
royal
pes; quuvto: sccnvi.uil ot the Murtyis of tiic Ucv lti- Pensacola, 2Ulh September
be ikt his risk'If! there be 1SG.-j'(
; and he.(!delivered subscriber I any to I''iiiadelphu or ciscivhcre. .
every Sa.ii'.Hay tion: e\er.y attempt to weaken the 'Governn .
r (,:, :It the price of tour dollars!) per an. I eiit of Iu* t'ounlry, or &<:\er the Uuionof .'i rist,3 in their convey-ancc. Catalogues of the COLIt&CILQfl4f American ; 11 L'X

;. .j Jivt'Ji, pay able! quarterly in ulvance.t 1 these Sl.iict.vii! mccl with !li<> L..ut''s may be dtucted, Post Trees. 1'lantf, Seeds, ami! .also of theveiy 4L1i\\,

t I !Its contents v.ill ut-, a-i heretofore, utter l abhorrence! aud dee Inl..l: u1l1'G- n .1(' OrOo. extensile_ assortment oCFruit.Trees1of 'S S ADi4dieJ1' .
1 I t I f.hicfly: literary ; but there will be such Mt'lOJ.TiUIS.. I. 'J' all the various kinds, including .above .
'. Austin Dickinson 500 new varieties of selected: fruits found ; HceMy azgtt'.
t 4 1 jiulices ol'other msUt'r-J.'of news\of ras hns : .Three Dfllhr per ar.r.tim, ifpaid ;
1 I
of ta.stp, of '. and of 1 deaths York.W. in no other .establishment! in Amctica ,illS -is a new pubiicaiion'
I 'I I : : i7i'ITI. es. .11 utiv.mcc, or Four U-JlUw at tint .\ o 87 .1ll"m Sir('!t \tr y V :s
.. 1: .wc. i.i to rentier it vehicle! of general j I end of Hittear.. Dot; *, it S'IhC1Jel': .' HASI.LL HUNT will receive und of ornamental lreevflvcrm; shrub* ..1..u d tin "Wednesdays.It' .

I t,11 interest and lma. cnH" t. must :in all C.l.\'s I.IY" in advance. 1 and forward ub cr'iptioIS : iliei and! plants, and above 5UO .kinds of roses as haH bt-vn commenced und r",
ls{) {)f bulbuus.n U\H... r ),t", house
A >
11frR 1. N. 11- Persons distance! i green
residing at Ivcrlisc.JiLiUs
a A intv-ilcJ ul the! tl.3ua1 tee .t.1\'ora-olc
most
above tbork.P'ncoa. I auspices andr.
. ,
; forward 'their tlu j pl-.ir.ts, &c. may beobtuiiietl; T/if/a, of W. I
r.i.v .subscriptions lo rate .
t
u i I UA. HU.NT, and vd.T ; hint ':a itje title dcaignuica, is V
1 fl ldw', I KLL ( > tirb ;" I approiuc -
: ;iipid. t S 1st Oct. 1825.Tlit t
.J! WlillIOIl: : City,.Tune 13, 1825.Subscriptions t Ifcuilct.AlIOUsi ; --- -- .1 .or..per...... naii; ', will:! meet \\ith. picmpt ext-, i : -. ..
I received at this! i o.Tire.ET : J; An! Ltif FOil .\ !.1rJ.'dlSYI"ild1.y : lour first Nurr.OL-rs are rcj.ceii ; .u.. ; IV1LUVM it. tlfvoted to the cause
J _------ .---_ .:-_ I bcihj v.tuated: 11.1 ltl' l.'td: und ns.y be seen at tli: \ m\"CC, I knowledge and amusement.
C. i!. ff She Lm. nf Paris, of \ V
rl'rsl..s ;-oc'jrty
B. Miin-Sti-eetr/f the City of Penla : PeriSiCola HooU-'ore.: Il will furnish information
\ I ::: : 1 Ifyj uuliural 1 ..cietv. or' London and { on the
T/ill best.I oniva-ioiubic; jua c.u.
: .
: 1-'i.lR IJ. :LSUING ,S'UDSCRIP'l'lC I mflOdab1I h-'r.l From tiC .cover of the -Yl'/cx'e/ i ot the Imperial Sucietx* of IIK! C:yt ;,;liL j rut culture oi plants! 3\'e.r.s"f"c. useful

., ii TWO STO- Florence, &c.Nov. | .receipts, a general! weekly s.: :
.. : Urge: ,Preacher: 4 tfor ixfitcmia\ I 'I
.1 ..1ftI.T.rT.i//r. \Clr\-'rlrTC .,7,' D lJ. in y<):>.l UI(1e1tVCLIE '" Tc Ucadtr8.-.l"hose wno read -----_. 6-.7 !: mary ol foreign U domestic .. ,

,_t' Jii.Itjje.JI&il.JoUJL.v.21.. ;@ThloUM; in l.'oil und rear 'hisVol'k \ P!;"lv SdOLoI'1- t.i with a.ci.chtut'cl of choice BUIcct '
and of are resptctfully.re.mitidtd I j -
.,., approve
And
t ccs, I'lca ntl '
AT \r '.l'CJ ) I
:s ivr, Nr.\v-Vo, KXTITI.LJIi \l..l nmc'J'anccus literai'ure. ir
situaled. The Lot ;eighty led ill ,front'' thai it canno) \tillA\) a% ] 0 : .
11! I will be
: And one Imn.Ued.(! ::Jl ls.xty in dcplh, :h\J he 'supported, agrtrably! to its 'Hll': Hub .riH"! 5*. i'ju,:;dinjf twimpoitunt mala neaily printed cr. fine pa.
{
: 'cst-loint Sentinel has besides tile tlvkxlling-houic And. character and :t'rms, without tin ii.iilitions! U> J.b UiJl"u'} per, (fxpressly for uiudingtjqgar- ,

4 A LL classes and >;Ir"' ,ior.s consider. it.! fc.lchen, a lure btahle with other oulnouscs. extended circulation. It is the, I e q tIl'sls nil pc'i'Mins who have buo C8 tt 10 form-right pages%h )u\ auVvertisenienisj

J\ Ti;res take umirr their immediate palronajecome 1 The title i is ijt.i!putable. wisJ of tlw Kditor to aWard it as December ; -,.
. journal or periodical paper. They Mary 'Le D arou.l'e.'isaep low as possible: on superfine {)& 1st day of Januuti Jjbrary wall be i a cu\'er.; The price ii

make it the orjjaii of their communicat a. 2Jlh S,t.t. 1826,-3UHT !jfr, tiiat. it may.circulute the fur 1 closed, ibr the ]iM.-j-: of numbering : only: Two Dollars.p-iyable by those

ions to the public ; llnough it they exrcss -* thcr and do the more go<_d.nd: und arranging the ti..i!!,. 'I I iu ihe city .hall.yez.tz1y and by a'rl

}' their wishesand. feelings- J Jtitcful -i---: if Ueatlet-8 will consent Man)' Hooks have been lot 4iy the I others yearly in :d\'itnCl'-Sub-
I discox erics and :improvements! and approving carelessness o1 iadi\ uitais \\ hu tin their
ol"thf PHILAJL scripticns will be received tlTeMerchant'
toils pagethey resort Irom severer btu. I 1I1Eprojariettr to u few hours' effort in obtaining; departure tnnn: Pei-aco: !b, !liav r ne;-lt-ct. ; at

(:'.cs to relax thrir lu'rids wni! its selefi. DELPHIA ALBUM inu-mU subscribers, the Islessing of many, ed to return them ; ami il i"u t'l-m-lIv requested CofiVe Uoase, A. B.i .

4 lions of vit, fancy, or novelty. The A.l. fp r drstHbulhrj thv following literar) though at first reluctant, may af that those who J I.\. ti cm tn' i I 'cole's! fancy Bout Store, !1es.-

'vocate the Doctor cf metlicinc, the Merchant IJties-the merit of the [>ifci lobe terwurda come uponv\ \\\ and the! p.s 5JiQ.l1V.JlII thcio lotl: c :t.LCr- i hut blreei, S. C. Shtppard'" 109 S.
L4 Agriculturist, are all i acconimo- mil of )live- ber. NInth Suvet '
decided lee John
by a com i work be relieved from K. Waller's
hated with their may any ?
peculiar !professional miscellanies of viz .1Iv\ .Hascll I !uut.l'encac01a. :i09 N. Front
Sreet
-the votaristof rtshiun: ,'the man rary gentlemen Philadelphia : apprehrnsvjn; ; of f> nbi* ; tSS own : and at WiU

:- (ifscicncethcolopans: &'t he Masonic Fraternity For the best original tale, fifty -- J- -- -. .1NOTICE -- v Not'c'Oibcr. 7th 1326. \\\jL\n Stavdy'b 70 .S. Third street

0. all support, and all enjoy the i dollars iu cash or u gold medal of Philadelphia. .

r benefit Journals! e.\prrvily devoted to :.,e same value. .9.dministl.tUJ"S Snc..BY I Among a numerous list of contributors .
; fhrir: interests and consulting ihtir 111 TTJI.ofAlll11 H\t ltion on th' ? es- .permission of the lion. .
l best CountyCourt
For tlui 5 c-con original are the nanps of SellectOsborn
iiiui:1
t.s : late of-TiiuM. JJ. ULLL. late of the for the County of r.vrmiljiu: ,! I
talethirty (!olh.-3 iu cash or a gold County of Cscambia deceased l, !,. I KOS.S, Kllen the Boston
The army, alone, has !hitherto been des. hanug will xvosc for.I: for cv.h to the hijjiirst .
litute of this powerful engine this use in edal 1 cf tie| i; me value. heen granted to the Subscriber, hy the JiiiUter, at 15 o'clock M. on Saun'ji}' I Bardt Jcr.. and in order to render V

fill auxiliary and ;ple.isins; com nnion For the bfbt original Essay, fihy Ilon.llie'Ccuutty I Coutt ot said County j lOlhtFebruary 13 7, in front i f the Court'llouteM :. the work truly valuable! the editor

jeviug that the establishment of a dollars in cash or a gold medal of all!I IK-I sous lu\ingdcman I against Said: the City of PeiKacoIj, a> the will distribute premiums for original
11erc: to supply this deficiency might ad. cstttte re requested to present the same m-operty of.I. >!. VLx deceased
the.. same vulqe.For immediately und those indebted are cks u'- CV 4V articles amounting to S100.
,iuct. claims to the j'enf rosily and !
. uf the mililr-ry gentlemen ;in proirclion our- the second best original Es. cd lo nuke payment ; LbD.tr J c \. 1l4J .communications! : must be ad-

Clltllh'the editor has ventured in tins! say., twenty dollars in casu, or a "V1t1..nell, ill sat City; and if the said lot had not dressed to :Thomas C. Clarke' I

? pn sn-"clus;. t!-. make .;proposals. for the gold.. mrdal. of the.same. value.. .11 din ill trator. bring sufficient. sum t\\' money to pay I Editor and Proprietor, No. 40,
r ljuhhcati'w ol a weekly ;paper, to he for tne. cSt- original! I rouiU tl -- ) 1101- 1'ensacola 50th Nov l&Ts.- 38-8t. the demandsvhich may have been Tiled l Race Street, Philadelphia. Edi.
calleo the "WKST-l'OlX I SENT1NEL the Kstuteofthe said deceasi-d
against ,
exceeding one hundred Jineei tlai-- .ht'S copying this, will be furnish-
: t shall proceed immediately: at '.h asne:
SIiouM sufficient encouragement beheld :y dollars in cash, or a gold jne- Letters for Fot'cigtl13ort3. lime and place, to sell Lot Nc,. 171 in said fd with he Album and adieW

) out to him, all his own industry and dal of,ihe 'same value.F6r 'FTor 4 the! infurm:\ti ii otthose who put City. Weekly Gazette, as an equivalent.Posimasters .

ability, assisted by the kindness of 5C'C.1l'al -the .cecoml best original Jl letters in this Uilico directed to fureigjtpol.ts S ''1. Crupper and 'J! hea'sV ill be entitled
) oi'iilerary character, will I the following extrtct.fwlU. the 1'nstructions : ,
gentlemen Poem
not excevjdtng one hundrr.dlint.s ,
(Cler anil to sixth
(.r ()$ .j.Ldmr.PensaCola. every they may"order.
.!!e brought into! the ficld.to display a bsn-i of the .l tmt\stcr lieneral is copy
twenty doUura\ in cash, orA I Jth 1SJ6--Jt-ttl ] .
been
mr worthy to be the ndljm point, the publislied. Letter \ frequently ..
I 7jridc & ornal'cufthe American nrm}'. gold medal, of the 9ame value.To [ml in thisonin-, which not having the FOR bITUATF.D ALi.Sl Philadelphia, May SO.Mm .

.otiti C. so f1rs l'ht")'are of a I personal be forwarded -free of ex- .postage on tjiom uu'i', will never reach t t.__ ..
> . avoided. Abstracts of current events will of Ihe Jlbvni W% Ladies' <.-':1 f any Jette j i are plao-rd in \ & L\T', In istvator's wVetf.'cc.:

# 1m jjiven regularly mid fully; military A Poat-Olucc, to be ti."Itn .sea'rQ"t by 1 TN pursuance nf the! provisions; of thaa.
tactics ami iltbcoveries in the depmjneiils Wesply GtzeUtf i'Jiiladclphia, AS post,jitul thence hy "liij> to .some foreignplace .. on Government Street W 1 thirty-seventh. sectt''i ofun tictof tl cLegislative V
I. of fcciencc will'be seduously collected follows : The 'Tales on or. bcfure'he the postage of vjch letter, for'such &: the City of I3ri.tcnla-tlie Lot is Council of the Territory uf
in columns first of Derember it is U J known iu the:plan of the (.ty as number! Plurid.i'
and announced our : : day next- distance as beaconeyed by post, Respeciihi! the Probate of VVilUand .

these! iih :.,getier.tI' ;niscellany of IJOe- the .iitsays on or before the ,twentieth must b- ptidat the place ,reception, :. 332 and contains 80 feet in irtivb 170tOJi Iho { .inlm of-J.etters ot* Atlrlius.:

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. 'amusinganecdotes, will, we trust, allbrdan ) \ Hasoll Hunt, .:1l.S0' L&2SEJor and tltianliaiii: Approved
: : Poems on or before thttwenty.se- 1I-- ten TWO'"iJI";
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9 the best interests ofnir country. article to be accompanied with, a ._ I _- -I-I- ...!t.l& l'-ITI'llL'-l., built by. I'.i :ill! ereiiturs an-1 ;persons' entitled tndlrtl.lJuiorr
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closely printed on new burgeot. typc -ase .be, OC1d, unless\ a premium FOR Qt.iity o.. I'vndauob- to'aj.er.wjth the I IL bia in the Territbry of..1011 a;, doN!
und (delivered fcubscnbers :tt two fceawarded! .the 'rriler Oct06rr,1826, Containing' 'I that their claims' nhd 4.1tni.mi-l will b:

S Jar per annum, .,p y"b!c in .ad\'ance. or tu :Sermon No. V, Oh i 'tha Internal Evidences : mm1. 1)u'reJ at th" expiratjoa of two ,.C;,..
if notpa: d before thereof .._ w fc m* 1 iron tlt 2.1th V '
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