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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 28, 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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PU.BLUUEDVJEUY, DY .linger raised. I wish. you to state point.- He was ftY ot J bvsollpr l j pa a>Mgldl 'i
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UNT which finger it was I> 'ut'OVVUVI UllgilV appcn. !forever unhappy; andfea once mo- c
toother
AALL: raj>,.oo: side who
w. soL Whereupon the court, after a suitable f declared himself dissatisfied
d thai
EDITOR AND PnopniiTon: ; .A7Ufl'CT. .1 zu.ot:: w. t- to >speech 'of seven hoars' ; and j
> rllJli.pf ; lt-e ours"l .sM..... :.--r-..."nJury serves me, I incline to maintained that the whnesSwas length, admonition upon the shocking diversity as yet he had not found one whose {
oft/it bound .
.Pbl ihcr and d the lcrrttoryajlluruR* ; think,:it was, either the fore finger of to answer. The court the : of sentiment prevailing in ju- situation was better than his own. -

tcl'.rTlos-1,.ear 85 the rig1i f hand, or'one of tho other On the next Jay Mr.* adjourned. ; rjes, ordered them to be discharged* i Then a dashing young! fellow, why

Half year 3 fingers ;i but I don't swear precisely. tian maintained the McFus- We understand that the case will be owned the :largest and most elegant ,
Quarter 1 50Suliscriplion same ground, in a again tried in about 18 months.
year Q.-IIow was his other hand occupied speech which occupied he farm in Annandale,presented him- !
payable! in advance.WkKTMSG at the time ? morning and aftcrno whole --mSCBI.lrA1\T1t. self,' and Frank was;'sure of being t

.\ ----Every advertisemcnyf i-.-If I dont misremember, I judge : the following books on -They cited r "-_ J.h, suited He had often envied JohrS J
: 49th Ser-
the, Wtli of one column. and mc'a\ur1l1o his other hand was hanging down at I geant and Kawlr Holdfist From the Albany Aftnu. fine horse and curricle, and thought t
rot more; than twtlve lines of this 1 type firsuutioa his side, or else in the pocket of his no,: 53d v. Ton- FRANK VANDEIUIACKEN'S DREAM. to be a farmer after that sort would
each weekly contmuliicj 'Bns.vlva fo ,
dollar, Abridgment Frank Vaiulerhacken
one clothes. was one of worth living for. But when the
; Silly cents; longer and wider ones at b2384lhdo. 101, &c. &c and also those discontented mortals who young
the fame rate. Rule and. figure work, Q.-State what was the colunr of a manuscript in five are j buck came to deliver up the title-
double price for the first insertion. AdMitiseinents Wilful' clothes : and whether his : contammgtlicopinions quarto volumes, eternally: endeavoring to wear out e- deed, a bond and mortgage, with interest ,
of the .
be tastefully displayed,, supreme body's patience with
will complaints.
coat buttoned i very unpaid for half a dozen"
was and also what
; : court in the years
rfioriiijjr. to the nature of them, and willtcwuied case of Doubtless v. His never to his the
i crops grew liking, was inclosed in it
manner of clothes the had ,enough! to swallow
matter of this size type prosecutor Damper delivered
by by Judge Lon
\\ ien i inserted intervals, (that is, not hiMititlciery on, and how his cravat was tied. pen in H 50,.bit not reached season was always too dry, too warm, two-thirds of the estate, and horses / '
: week, from the first tn the A.-At this distance of time I can't In by the or too cold._ The price of grain was I and curricles in the bargin-Fra uk ..

j.i>t insertion) each insertion will be charg- recollect exactly all that they reporter.for the rqty, counsellor Archer forever too low, and that of groceriestoo l drew back-" No, no," said he, tho

CJ us a new Jdverti!t'lUcnt.-AUlOunts for.. but I reckon that William Wilful wore ; prosecu'ion, occupied the high ; for thc. lain reason that he dairy is clear of debt and don't slip
advertising1;; payable always on demand. I had greater part of lie next day. 0 u sold the former, and always had to buy through this "
(LEi: Liberal contracts will be made withthoe I on a coat,pantaloons, and waistcoat; the eighth of November the opinion the latter. In a word my fingers way. ,
thing Thus it turned
who wish to advertise: by the year. but so near, as I can remember, I of the court was uol'vered: bv the every out with some hun-- .'
and he
went
I wrong, was an unhappyman. drcds
37 Comuinnicitions directed to W.Hascll I won't go to say whether his coat judges seriatim, in writtenJj-gumcnts; more, who were presented''ascandidates
Hunt, Pest: blaster, Peusacola, wIll was buttoned or not. As for Samuel the reading: which for a change of situation
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ruisuiaed
that His
: neighbors used to call him
with Frank.
attended to. 'a these
h'tldy_ ._ Simple, I'nI not the man to say what day. Two of the judgps Though were taken 1
.. 1 were of I castle-building sort of a genius, and promiscuously fro- _v 's 1110r"h
( \ I don't know, andso I won't swci.r thathis opinion that the question: iiught] be said all his troubles arose from hi* 7..J r -.iers,merchants,mo-
rr DW. ID. coat was on or off; but judire he put and two thought otherwise TJ.. .1. ,.....t..:; IU1l1 elI into a very great cnamcs, profbcaiouoi,,,.< ".. --- -- had on his'other clothes, and it j is likely court being then equ-cUly divided: a man 'every night, and waking up plain were encumbered with debts, others ,

"' ,. 1.(1,, ,/;' '!1J: they might have hoer d ort of drab co- doubt arose whether th question Farmer Frank in the morning. And with diseases that belong to their necessary .
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"" ,;.A.",, / I lour ; and, for all I know, his cravat could be put, which paint .ras argued certainly, it can be no pleasant thingto mode of life ; and some had

:;11 J.1 i 1Jrrt might have been tied.in front-but of with great ability} and )leaning on each wear a crown at night whether infancy one trouble, and some another difficulty -

[tt't:;'""''c:14,M'or ... ? ", this I'm not clear. side : but remained undicidcd. the or reality, and tumbled downto and prank, in the end, was 01 1

,'lz':>3.'2r'... 'A, ,<<-'- (Here the dcfc :dant's counsel, with Court being still divided. Finally. the : the plough! tail in the morning; itis thoroughly convinced)I he would never

.. J !f "'''' I one voico, declared, that if the witness question was withdrawn.We worse then plunging from a warm be able to better his condition on the

l continued to speak with so much have no room for iirther ex- bed into a cold bath. But, however whole by exchange ; and expressed

/ l\t PcnFtirc'lz' Gazette. i rapidity, it would be impossible for tracts from the exaininaton of the this might hive been, his affairs became to his guide his perfect satisfactionwith
liE INDIAN VHUOPI.CIU.NK.. : them to take down his witnesses somewhat inconsequence his
testimony ver- On the 9h November in time deranged, own condition. .r-
llejrM'iiA h's ms! nt night in a far batim. The witness then repeatedhis the tlef' ndant's case was opened Iy of the inattention: to bu- ** Take, then, home with you,'

c.vtai.tsfu>t.jrczithnt in which he brush'dr last answer which counsellor Feeble in of siness which out of his said Fortune *4 this truth
,'.' t.ujffJlIt /',<: grass, itsid the tcildjlow- was carefully a slcech 15 grew perpetual -none arc
esJtke/ nurni,.,." written down hy each of six coups, ""J hours length occupying tint and the repining. A heavy, heavy, heavy pcrfectly happy in this world-few .

l'ccch of an Indian Chief. and four judges.) succeeding day. The oxaiiinatiou of heart, never drives business on spi- comparatively so. In every situation

Away, aAcy the lonely bird, Q.-I wish-you to tell the Court the defendant's witnesses consumed ritedly, and misfortunes sometimes there arc difficulties to be encountered .

skims o'er the broad prairie ; ;:nd jury what the prosecutor did the eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth and come on in earnest,to those who take things unpleasant to be endured

ills whooping oice i< mildly heard, with! pocket handkerchief, when fifteenth. Mr. Archer forthc prosecution so much pains to persuade themselves and he is the happiest, man, who determines -
*Mid sulituiie& il! dreary. he had his then made unfortunate. to be contented with what ho
ojJ wiped eyeswith it, as you I an ingenious speech they are ;

I;o eager. spotsman's deadly) arts, say he did, after the defendant committed : of two clays. lie was followed by II Thus were affairs situated, when has, instead of troubling his head about -

\n-und his plains arc yelling ; this cruel assault upon him. l\lr.l\Ir.Fustian and AI r. Drab, for the I Frank, who, from being discontented what he has not. You can see.

rv'u hot nurMiiii}.' spaniel btartjjUjiuu A.-Why, I can't speak positive defendant, each of whom spoke three with his own situation, had become I but the outside of others ; you know

hi, londy d\\clling. a"s to that matter : but if I don't mis- jays. We are not in the habit of bestowing envious of that of every one -else, 'after nothing of the secret troubles that perplex -

Tree o'er the! ; remember, this: \Villiam Wilful, after indiscriminate or overweening a long walk over his farm, at this every bosom-Try to be happy
plains )his is nish'dIc
traint and bondage flight coning: ; he had shook his finger at Samuel: praise, and exceedingly dislike the I .time..... loaded jiuitcai with) luiuu&u the promises iionic,of nei and neighbors.Frank V/MJ will. bn aQ ha Iu....,. na. .--.- .

1t O'10 n lF]'%'<;far 1ruu where he briish'd Simple, why. this! Samuel Simple, be"hlll practice"which obtain? nr.I. -- -I
Tev! 'ivl-ilower! ul"the t Inurnine.do !r puts his h.an kpxrbi'f;inn IWIpttkCt /) rutmeasure,.,w,...-..-.". ., 'I< utti1VaholltItr .? I .. throwing himself+ on a sofa, fell into a wakened from his sleep justas
or lie hofds It stJU m his land; or stint, and therefore) ( shall.onI profound sleep; and directly a tall Fortune had finished, his speech ,

far roams the Indian: through the wild, but of that I'm, not clear. )" say, that of all speeches that have I noble looking man, wrapped up in a I and ho has ever since.. 'been a changed ..- .
from whittmm's oppressing! ; been delivered in assemblies : hrgc cloak stood his side and accosted There is this
1 roe, Independent, Nature'child, Specimen of the cross examination.Q. public by man. not at day a moro i
He.asks no other blessing. .-You have said in your examination ; I whether deliberative, didactic, or ju- : him with, "come, Frank, my merry fellow in all Annandale.

B.arrujcas in chief, that when the defendant I dicial, since man learned the art of: name is Fortune; conic with me-Ihave

!: Dec. 15th, '26. approached the prosecutor his speech, none that we ever heard, rcd long heard thy complaints, and From the Baltimore American. -

finger was somewhat bent. Now, I of; or can imagine ever to have been purpose holding a fair to-day; by at- The peculiarities'of one's own

I'trl1e Ptn'tirola Gazette. i ask you, upon your oath, what kind delivered, could possibly luve come I tcirlSas: : which, thou mayest probably country are not apt to strike him; but

:!'O KhlZABLTH. i of buttons you had on at the time: ? within any conceivable di i:)Lincc of ihe ,: better thy hard lot." He rose im- there is one which we believe every

i lie-I can't bf positive ; but if Iloti speeches of either of these; n'" utleriieu. !I mediately; and putting on his hat, body sees and dislikes in American
O.i; : Vau I Lu the love)
to ,
power I had buttons Their Icaniinir his guide. newspapers, and that is, the fashion of"
Ati-1 cease! to h I ,\(- when imirquited,* t misremember, on eloquence, genius, I accompanied mysterious
n,.:a thy bright fori':ny' tl.otignK! should my coat, and buttons on my waist- wit, fancy, acuteness, patriotism, hu- Presently he found himself Iu an obituary notices. The, encomiastic

: rove, .,f coat ; and I conclude the button'1 on' mour, &c. \\". ild have put to the extensive plain, crowded with a vast style of these performances, remindsone
I'cr lender on you dwell delighted. Cicero Burke number of to all the always of the sarcasm, of
I my waistcoat were covered, and on blush Demo thr:; men beloaging Gold--
and rink- diftcrcnt in the world. smith: Whc-n we read the monumental -
7: coat gilt. Krskinc, Curran, Henry professions
crc L m% a cold and r.ordid match, I my
Could Torts purchase its possession; Q.-We doi"t want any of your Hey, and drew to the court-house such "Here," said Fortune, pointing to histories of the dead, it may _

Jn JIu >h mine nonld cease: to watch, conclusions. Upon your oath, were crowds of admiring! auditors, that it the great assemblage, here are many justly be said that all men are equal <'
The silent midnight hour's progresion.Y admission thousands of good men, of in tIre dust; for they: all appear equally -
the
they, or were they not covered but- was with greatest difficulty any ;
tons ? could be obtained into the temple whom will change situations with [ remarkable tor;, being the most
: pride may aid me to subdue I I sincere Christians the
Tlu- passion, I so lon r have cherished, 11.Why, as this; accident took of justice. Such, was the pathos of I you, even-handed, at my command, most benevolent

.*r.d da>h the object fitin my \ie\v, place more than a year ago, I can't, ?\lr. Drab especially, when describing !I you may, therefore( make your neighbors", and the hohestcstmcn ," .
On which m"fondest hopes haxe hcd. 1' Frank thanked his at"their time. Those,.who, under .
IJcris say, I expect, I know exactly whether the sufferings of ,the defendant'swife !i hoirr. good ::
Barrancas B. they Were covered or not ; I and eleven children, under a recent i I friend, his eyes sparkled with, pleasure the impulse of grief and respect, make 'i ;
Dec.
20th: 26.Ihe '
these the of therablic
"C.--i.-, -- .. -- though I reckon they were I I attack of the prevailing influenza, I as the crowd began to pass one appeals to sympathy, "j.;n;l -

A1\iltrSING. Q.-You have said that the prosecuted that nine journeymen tailors: who i: after another before him, and he 1 forget iu what few instances .t ,
.::c.-- I refrain from mere private worth even known tot ;
could jumping .it !
wa'> standing near a table were among the audience, arc said to hardly
last number of the Port Folio ha and when it is believe -?
a rested the ; we
when his on t'm
when the occurrence took place. have fainted at a particular : ; with joy, eyes
spurn: \'e article, J prospective of the state passage leads the fashion ..
better
( t'aiTairs: m the United States in 1856. Now, I ask you, upon 1 your oath,. and wo understand that Samuel Peter portly form of'uricli neighbor of his, feeling us, as J

From it w,- cjctroct he annexes lair hit what that table was made of? Simkins, "':5Ian English gentleman c;i who was one of the first to approach goes; to prefer. a simple notice of its ".:

tit pct the l late,long trials,in this city,( and at A.-I inisremember; exactly. in the hardware line, who has lately ,: him, and whose long purse he had decease. S

extras rf'';:- mt two common iie spaprrpraises Q.-Was it mahogany, walnut, arrived from -Birmingham, declares, i I often bitterly envied him. English papers arc butter in this
ne speakers such
,iuu.-.V. y. itncrinrn.1'l .on an ocra- pneor: what 1 that he has seldom heard much {limiers1)Cecl45 :I "That is the man, if you please,*' respect; but they too have some peculiarities ,.
tolerated
iatc/IJhi,1)cc. n, is.3G.;: A.-If my memory serves me, I at the court of requests in :I said Frank, and at. the beck of his which are not'would' bo
American t
Ontlwfsretof j\i'vt'mber; last, atrourtc.f reckon! it was white pine,painted I of a London. This voluntary tribute from I.I companion old Mortgage stood by here.[ little An shocked at lady a formal announcement ;,

ii C ovcrrnd, Icniijncr for the an enlightened foreigner is conclusive.We I his side, and very complacently began not a that "
in
an evening print,.
,.i'll of '; trj. (colour.d.Upon your oath, was it painted must return, -however, to our to deliver Up his deeds and bonds she had been safely brought to bed .

:ill1'illii' !, for marble colour or red ? brief narrative of the tri.1!. The de. and obligations, and having done so, of Indeed that

t 'a i-v-ialt: unon liir Sam-: !I A.-I conclude it was marble, but fendant's counsel were followed by Frank was about to run home. with -that morning- a son.. alluded 'a

':1. : 1 % ,n the) lO !'t. Uecoinr I I can't swear.Q. the attorney general in a speech fjl II the glad news, and get ready to pnt happy to circumstance more distantly is always than on dID :

l :):;. The prr.snftttiun was i .-In the course of your exami- four days. On the morning of the the old man in possession of his the little other side of the water, and an English -

conducted: hy tilt Attorney General, nation in chief; you swore, that to 50th) the presiding judge delivered farm, but Mortgage lifted up gouty i woman hears of it with a direct -,

SHl'tI: by Absolom) Archer and the best of your knowledge and belief his sentiments to the jury, in favor of leg andFrank Fortune callod-U look while-an American one turns .
with the rest thohargain ,
Dlnjamin: { 13t.llow., E-quires t anlpriiiiniT the the defendant put his right foot tho prosecution ; in the afternoon the this goes situation and aside her head, or seems *o be un- : ;i
was defended by Ezekiel forward, when ho approached the second judge charged in favor of the is situation conscious. Neither does the public

I';ah.. Richard SIrSpluttcr, and prosecutor. Now, I ask you, and I deft,ndaiit. The whole of the first of the gouty ctaten foot goes Frank with was neighborMorgans thunderstruck .here feel,or seem to feel,any concern -
cJchlc 1' 'Wt1. EMHiirc-s. Tho will endeavour to understandmy December was occupied by the third I S
; beg you minute and as to who gives the next private party: ,
t4\'hflp of tl"1 first and out that the and fourth judges, the first of whom : he stared a \
day, vita occupiednrKnlng 1 question, speak would it with such a slur ,
bundle of nor put,up
i down the !
the How in favor of the defendant and the I then threw papers
indictment, cliallcngingJiJ jury may hear you distinctly ;- was hot-dumpling. I on a lady, as that in this notice from
-suearinu the had that table 1 latter agreed with the presiding judge, as a man would a
: ,( jury. The opening many legs said he "John Bull :" On Friday Mrs. \
*!*<*h of 3Ir. Kellows for the prosi.cmon A.-I calculate it had four : but I in expressing his opinion favorably to would not have"his gout, Hope has a party, and alady of the l

l1a : was ycKnouledged on all won't swear to it, seeing it is.sueh along the prosecution. The jury then retired "for all the dale. that arrestedFrank's name of Wray, has some sort of affair !

-* : ?o ho no less clear and ]logical, time since this'affair happened. but previously to leaving the The_next personage inlPark street the same, evening/ .

h-inujr'f:Cl'ud! compendious. He be- Q.-Now, as you have answered court'gave it as their opinion,that theyshould attention, was a wealthy He I, The same print thus notices the deathof 1
of the
lJn; hs address to the jury at 10 A. M. this question, I want to know whether'you not be able to agree for a week shipping merchant city. the the respectable Bishop; Milnert ..
ou : least und be furnished was again in raptures,and bent on .1
that to
p2iofNovcmbur anti finished dr.ankvhiskey: or beer dayat at requested Dr. :Milner. the Popish Bishop,
aB The merchant began to a
with comfortable board and lodging exchange.
being the, shortest speech dinner. 3 week before last,
J p.nnouncetl in that court within twenty Here the Attorney General, inter- which the court directed the officers :. deliver inventories' of property, and died Wolverhampton_some day o 'but we forgot to I:

.yea r'. Ou the morning of the 3d in- posed, and insisted that the witness to attend to, and then adjourned among the rest, those of the cargoes at notice it at the time/. '
}:: vessels at These last
ilt lime December of five sea.
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tS:t t ni nation of the witness- was not bound to answer the q.UCS9 for a week. This morning
"S tur tJtc prosecution I : ,Your in mm- lion inusmucU as the rpply might 0lh, the jury came into court, constituted a main part of the clear From.ti&. Charleston: Courier. J 1 I

1-cr: COJlHltJ1ccd, and continued (I ur- tend to involve him in a criminal and stated, that so far from agreeingin estate ;' and Frank never knew the As the,most effectual step,towards. '- i,

lUg that day! and all the t fourth, fifth prosecution, or at least >bring reproach sontiment they wero at a much anxiety that follows the possession of creating a than,e in n ,t>lic opinion! it r- .

.'JMxnr. WU subjoin j a part of tho or ridicule upon him, In an greater distance from that than ever ; such property, tillnow, ; he remembered suggested: : that the members- and

the moony, of the principal witness for able speech of two hours and a half, that, the diversity of sentiment had occasioned the great storm but a few bf days the friends of the .,Anti. Du ,:ling: Society, ;

prosecution. he laid down the grounds of his objection so much excitement as to before j'and thnt"hohad': heard bo enjoinecUo supply the remedy t

Qutstio pI. (By COUfl'3eJlor and read tau first produce four assaults and batteries, wreck of some vessels*on the shore, "flit line of even
Bellows,) through laced ,with] / ...;p
-You huid that the learned and two and that if they He hesitated, .trembled, he1 turned extent, that of
you saw the clofend-! and fourth volumes of challenges ; be .individual-to! 'a c: !'taiu : ;
al'. ""'::1"!JrSaC.,.. iheprcwcmor 1 itisyti f J u4o: Loa c t,'s treatise on this were not separated, there was no say- t to i go, but he felt that., lie should" : '" ,
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do this with effect, it i is b ievod,that',I a iJH1. -fcrth ftlJo :.doU. Cli4iate
t,.U1 m : )I:1 ')'tt'cat c? tcYli1tC1nc receive much wealth from our comkinerce. i Ljiiicd Stales' treasury, rml tlie.lrca- Court at tho scat ofjijovernmcnt 'h Brooke, ndt only todefdad. ,our elteJt

I ', to any ind all ;ersons, who To rscurc these advantages surer be directed to wst the amountin the Superior'should be 'yestetfcwitlTgc'neral I ifiiecewnry 16:carry the*. .'war fc into the'eriel i

f' j : !may }lii.wafter; ha engaged hi any way I however much depends on the pol- Dank stock of the United States'Bank Congress I jurisdiction, ,over,the'wjiole Territory -'h1ny'a'COUUtry.I The Executive. tat. ',It 'Y' hw- opinion,

'4J in a ,. .iui'l. -buying in oblivion the icy to be pursued by the Legislative or such other Jtock as in siuh casc; and that if anjf I that"the body of.lhd Seminolenatwn i ii'not
) nnd rorrardinir and it is confidently bclil'V-1 select in their wisdom, and, I iii the late hOltilemOTemfnt.
t 4{ I/fsT, : future good conduct Council, may sheriff collector or other officer, is in conccrnot .
wise and energetic. that from time to tiu1J, HS dividends I The Mickasuky tribe, who
; ;;s the Mirtst pledge to the causeflmmanityimd ed that, that will be ; that time may JDustet
; I ; I 'I accrue on the stock, the s ime arrear to Territory, any I about two hundred Warriors and the dj,,
: sociery. Let them ; may receive ten I Creeks it i is
; nnd vested in more after he or they may: days contented bclicrcd, huc
-Iso, with their fsun'lics, set the example Under an act of Conjrrcss, the Secretary shall be drawn- I notice die Attorney General shedlprocced I madly determined on hostilities.: It j is
ft.
J : by excKdmg olfenders fnniliieir.sorial I of the Treasury was authorisedto I II stock, and so rontinic, until Congress. at the first court, to takejudgmcnt I COllIE (tCd by the Executive that a ccy.
; I of land in slnll determine place the fund under of mounted
fifty shall
tirolos this with the aid :I select two Townships pany rangers It'iately .
$1 I unless for good cause the court i
Florida. 5'Two : I lie raiwd and employed to
of of a Col I the control of important
the l loir in- this for the use !.IQtect
fand, their extended I Territory, due hc exccution of might continue the case until the next I our Ol1icr: for ninety days, to be eq.jppet;
made 1 \1mtlgcsfrom ;
: iitt cnco ':.'ton the morals of society, lege. Application was Ill. term. i.I', of their own expense and to find their (!'Ir.
;j may fin t1rh food however slow in I timchy the Executive to be permIttedt this phn, will result our country. buildings I rations and fora e. Should the Legiilati't
the
On the of public -
. Jb 'progress, and spare, oy Ml '' J=;"g t t make] the selection for, and on bejh'dfof The whole of our good lands will be subject I Council, determine to adoptthismeasi.e, t

, .' '.'.lC cause of, imny: widow* and orphan I I l the '1rritrn.: '. This' request settled and cultivated, greatly iucre-is- i the report of the commissioners I( law should be i inimcdutely passed, fixingthe
: I The ladies should ; was granted.but wfcfi instructions that mg our strength and tonscqucnce, and will bo laid before you, with a statement pay .of t he officers and privates of thV

: tears. j entire Toicnship'in East, and another we will have funned a pm.u .. .* of the sale I oldie lots in the city I I company, and if the General Cover aoeutvflll
ppui the duellist as a common ene- S nn of 'I'ZhlldIIdSSCe, ll.\ ..--.., r"mvod. I not meet this cxnser,means should: 15
Florida must be taken.Xs fund which wll be rapidly augme.iting _
West
I lily to society, and frequently the in and tin? stun that has been paid to the oW -".nt he nrovidcd, for their pay m t"dt b7
I
:. !Mroyer- of their ppjllcss ,by bring- this course was not pursued inJIJlmlna. t and in a fiv years will be ample ) the Territory.
of the
effi'ct. contractor for building wing This fortvrf jieder brave *
I and
I the it is designed to COJD
Executive for the
while Territory I t'tt'IJt
jn-r a husband, father, brother or I a I objects It will in future only require I officer, will give more protection
interest of the Territory Capitol. to "ur
the Secretary It is t.
:: ::1 i friend, to an untimely and Woody I respectfully urged obvionslythe credit I one commissioner to attend to this busings I teusive frontier than four times their numbfp
t of Ticasurj'topermit I.I him, to soil mir lands on a of The Indians
V. j grave by the hmd violence: togratify ofth'J and l this is recommended -I infantry continue 'their
, I t vanity, al1 1.:;tnkoa views'or i' tJ reserve these1)' ttnds section, or as they \\'al\\\ bring more money than if, ., change acts of hostility up to the last advice
.
done in the compelled to nrikc: as saving expense."fiie } 1 am Respectfully,
I the )had bim purchaser was
I honor. The manlio sheds 1 parts sections as i'iti/ens several of your counties I Your obedient S
U believed rrrtnfWin. .
is
t I i e Mood of his f fellow man, except in a I that State. It war however 'lie opinion immediate ptyment, nor cniupl.ii.i that! they are put to ranch epeu' \). IJu\ .

t I 4I just cauaC, for self defence, should be I of tlie head of that departing, that this can in any manner operate .', and InroiiTcnience, filr want of a Superior -I t On motion of Mr. Speight-/.'.., [, ;
I diilj t jainst the general sytcin now pursued Couri i ill rheir counttVtint! many ? c tf 'H..tt
b I r<' ardcl 1 as a murderer ; and left to I that the law making this donation, I ; a com. be appointed, to enquire into
J nited Sta h the dis- of then: :Iive to attend as uitricssr* niul jurors the .n...
bv the os
he' his executioner de- authorise him such latitude : addressing memotial
own by being j not to give and, righiy milt'Tjl; ;* Mih- 1 pediency io Cor
sorted, yet allowed to live, but to c-- to its construction: as hits een con- posiifuii i of tlc'r ,put lic Ian llb. ject she-aid\'t'lhj.):be adverted to, in your memorial grPss,to u3pcltl'dle land jlcs fr tJ 'ryrt.SCllt. .
I !!I It is known that! the Government I Messrs. Speight, Pinkhaui, <
puriencc tlio rcj.iorse of conscience, tended for }by the Executive. This to Congress. .t!,
Dell and Macon, committee.!
and I Prcnre} for eternity, with 1 '' 'ile ,I I subject is therefore submitted to has ever held sacrc-d, the hnds Appropriated Tho complete org-ini/ation of our iii iiUir 1 A report the memorial d ', ,
I upon
blood of his brother, upon his lwa I I your particular consideration. -. to the insMtiitiun} ; ? of learning, requires thy utcutipn of tho CouudI, and it Vo.id-nlT contesting the election if.-.. I,2 Y
iudopendent
.
, .--.- _- -.A.--- -I-- The Council is informed, that believing over such doir.tions, attjig: as the may be of c.wjpanU'S advantage' as to tile encjura most certain: was m:t'lc-xtatingthat MuJ. W. had rl' 'd

LcihitivcProcet1iiigs.! the Imfs'on Chip la river, in I CuardiaM only, an J ;i s tlir! owner nev method of introducing military spirit .and votes and Mr F. voles.each ..Jj7certified
_.._ __._ ____- for-Mr.
majority
-- = -- J- .I I I the ftct Confess ; liy vot .-
By tht'.hi of our uttciui.ciVnt : c'rrcpcn. the county Jackson; to be the most I cr. This: being discipline.! bnttlu-y had a suspicion that the -
voles
Tailalusfcc enabled! Richard! C. Allen and the Prcsitlcnt is: (\!.r guardians, The incentive! deeply regrets the absence cf
at t>c aiv to valuable, : ; Esq., a I KoyVi-!t were not certifind in a genubft
irpoit. I.IK f.I.j\\. ; lug J'roeredi'icx of the i I, geii'lcmanof. huh! standing dichirac- must desire to mcre-Tsr, by every fair: of the Secretary, luformtitiou aid Treasurer has reached from ti:. : manner, nor that so roitny voters were to
L r'ps)at.\ ( ( o'ttcil. Tzc.'i 1:4/i Oi.r. the Territory us found ill tint! Mr.. rinkhani
patrimony pac
and honorablo moved
ter, Invinir a complete knowledge of meihs, tint violent and continued illness has detained -
2\1.: l\h. f/oia the ou.iiu't-' : n '
t:( n, ; *" appoint I to :lay the rfpozto.i t'.i-table l ; adebile .
the Ex- destined for tie and instruc- him : iVcw-York. It io not iu fIfe'I ensii'to
f'it ': the couJ1tr ,was appoi'itcd by sippnrt -u
to wait th'
ftincftior that ..
on ? icpoiird I'j I I r -\Tlich 1iio'.t! ;O view the whole
. s.- 'inth-coursroitm.-i"-'*"" 'i"d I mike a cmIinlulicalion !I! ccutivc to select one entire! Township I tion of their yowgest ward.Tlie power of the Ecctv therefore, to lay theTrcasurcr'd !j merits of thorep.r-'. > !. 1*. ccateudedthat
before tr.e
Alt. r>, ,, j..r 1 I. of land in tint quarter: nn.Llie report- !. institution of learning, as cs- report IegidtiveCouncil is thf com. dintinctJy <,:*.'"". ?:' tli returns
<> fro
rr t. L.\ rqin. ] .
r i npl".h but f it N 1 that this will be done
...,. .. .. .., hope
. to prepare rules r,
adopted and ordered to ho printed.Mr. i eleventh rnge North and West ; ofoiir govcriuucui, have al\vnvs had i._Jt is recommended tliat: .our Treasury Pc- 'I 'whetheritwa:tI.eil ,rope vn'inc' to decide11

Speight: from tin com. on printing and) of this the Treasury was advis-i the most libeal) patronnco; and our 1 partme it beorgaui/.u.< :ud that vouclr-c: a j, \' ) the legality of such rrthrn, cr%bother!
t Jaws and -niter;' l'-iMio 1u>inc> tV.cr i.ftln1: ilI"i.t.ure-\loph'>d. ; so many quarter I II I statute ,rom the our ual toj j f Cl :: ;: Ft::; fl a law nMrg it t!i'. duty Of

. l. Col. R. \\Yii.iris!! ., the prirnto \Siicrtary I I Invc: been granted under the l;:w of l tiunal opcratiots to this time, display The'Ixuculive Ati'Jl'or.' i ii dr->.5-o.? to rill! yi>urut I !)V:.'\ 'J i.. _:' (011 tsahl" ':.opp"scd,

\ of the Governor, ccmtnnnJcaod his I. Congress, giving the right of pre- I the noble muiiticeuce of our Congress i cat iony the I'nd! i.ivs. which'r'Gnir j i I I he.;; ?. -. : J<- *nt adoption of rlc .eport, 6ev -
t road and ordered to lie I II citizens that the i in : .:i? : ;:i i. yom.uKI notprofot-o tj 1 have Jl 7t
message; printed. .emptjon to our I-OM- their stpport. j ameiKunuut, and to urjr: ? t ii.. Council paw ',
:, 5J.e tjem ;,
ortostate
I .ftT'tR,..Js.w et 5Ac.I 22. due! of the township: is of littles vlu; lespoticgoiiiitiients must be sustained a l.iw l hX; which! ?!n 1 fi'ias ami :forf.'Itu/, I cv ims:n., :t.Hat' the returns wereford.iI ,r-Ji or:tuatHanich h.c

, I OCNTLCMEN OF TIfS LEGISLATIVE: The Township cast has not li vn: :i -rriJory, ftliill bs set apart us a !
I COt' ;CH.. I Jer.tod, 'because there is i' .' 1':,. ( 1l-1 I force: but the force of re.is'ju: audsrjence I fund, and )\'henavpr there .slnll !be, at any I said thut: they Ii.iv.a: suspicioa of it, aad

it must afford the highest; gratifications ; 1 tire township eat: ".:'j'I;. !, ,'. n.T., I iiud virur, can: only mltintainours. tiim% in tiic Treasury, three hu.idrud dol-: I he would, not ar-e to legislate against the

to our fellow-citizens, to beholdfor I after!, tIC.I Sp<;nUh I d..I'ti ,'. ;:'.".Ciiiptitm -.I The if principles of our c t- Jar of fines and forfeitures, that the Trca- I rights of'an individual! upoi ujcre ?u'picion
I f he \c o:t I.. ? some crktenec of tbfurt.
the first tune, the reprtvmotives rijh'saio! satisJjjii.! Tin.1 ix olu- vorvnent, mu4 be acquired ana defended sti.er be directed to vest tIC: S.MJIC in such t .
.
; J, I' of their I choice I assembled 1 fl, .\gi 1;atc tinn of 1e! ]-'\
I ,-.*. for their welfare and h!; {'>piiu, -; :. I I" i'c'fltj'.t' to report I to iliy prejcntJei.sl.itif I force- and th; di ; eminatiou of learning sigilate.there arc innny other subjects of importance -I tin; ret urn: ought notto-be rec"ve.i! -

The responsibility and hi-jh! duties, J j :, Cuiiiiril, thent approv fc: information! ; among our t th cn:.. that will be presented to you before I lie w. s-"I'reando tb ireituinenes! exprcs of.&a tc'!deeded:certificate opiaii
>n ; *
: I.. which this change in our local Govrrnment f.l.steIH. s'l1.u> n.-i\ i i'Diversities- -. -I :" UMS. :..- tlif..- 'niO'' 11'"'.; nn\vir.. .. -. <-ii-" llinso.._'J_ il.e close ofthiscsion: which will iiuvitexamination. from.unon Je ;'\"est-lte said.t.i- com. were

i ; impoces on the Lo js htivc I! ff.rthe Trrritory, his c-1 l timed the I I I j principles, that shook ij the stroivest I will be fmridthat. Your duties with strict will be application arduous.It veil satisfied thnl more riiaufiv. orsixner-

t t. i Council) will demand all their en-h proper attention.: Infiriintion has ,1 governments of the old, and! guided and; perseverance, the Lrgulalive Council sows .who)i'idaright tovoto we not tu tifutnid

(>rgy mid wisdom. The ilnstmic of I been sought after,an(1 some I the pcupb! ofthe new, world, through \\iil i.ot arcirnpiih! all that u required, forj i jjpei the Mand-lie hoped itic npoltMcars.

, t}. Florida) may be considered, "n a. great II !ful facts: : luive !been obtained ; hut tls.1:; the most arduous and important strugrjle I the interest of the 'JL.rritory, durjn the w -tdbe iJotj..pt.c. Dog d.ctt aqdl .icon. followei,

\ < 1 i measure, i,IS being ihider our control, I important subject is now in a state of.progression ever witnessed by mankind. I. |1m Executive sent session.can render Whatever to meet asststmica the vi wsayd the upon the'sai/ie side, nth'r thinI;-.! ,lot con-
.
r. t and our acts arc destined t" ;Impress '. : and will be submitted) I The 3Cieil'C of.ove/miK'nt: t thoughnr'IecU expedite tlu JjU'.irress of the Legislative i ciar in all the views stated in ti-c report,
"I
"; a character on this infant country, I' to the LegM.itivn: Council !blbiCthiv :!! : ,.! fur at'o: s', ;nH\0 h-ive beeniI'inJ I Council, will be given with zeal w 4 plei- tit/! thought thai Maj. \Y. was e.itil.ed. to
___ .t,4C st. ,After M>III moreliseusjiou, tucraoiiou
f I I -Ourselves 1 : r'O';ana J""Ti..1"tim posterity are Ciln to flhlfly enjoy:,;('. l CACCuiiinj can cdnimnnil, ni-aji.j,.. the....-meanof??. --. h.s !, : only in furl ho true princi- sure in delia'; but! .cool, with(liberation union in and promoting forbearance 4 to I hythe bill on the.f.xhle was withdrawn .

''t' I examinltio1t.rl'lmt I'riVhrs-aVlV": \: &0 *br ana secure the I i,Ji(l a Jjic.tioa to recommit the*bill to
S the blessings which v/11 spl'jn.fnwi) part of the rovilution Il:' IIr..o jreat int r;>stm>f our infant coimtry, will
.._ vui! and lot*. !;.
". the com. was i r>art adopt.
.i. S i, the nlrorii; of our policy, or to endure* I rel.itii'i; : to llie location, disposition It cannot be consi. ned! extravagantat desired' ann* auetiag--"" "< .the l>tuiiinn'approu.tion the objects of IlI 0,. ---.:... Mr "fird\el-Jt (ll.'J.

', 1 I' the evils which n: iv result fiom vision.iry I )jirooiit and probable f future vnl-II .!: day, should we pronounce that our felloH-citj eu;. That the r epos*: ( f t.le COIl in: roacurred"ia

: i. .1 :., schemes, nnd a want of moral .i ue of ihe School and University lands, I the steady march of mi.id, guided! by r our Fellow-Citizen, in so f.irr that ;the certiiie.tteof MivFitzpatrick -
ia rd.lti.m! to the i-Vo.'Iou: cf.Mr.
-
. ; and I political I 'I Ins enir.agcll> tho particular notice of of science virtue and \VM. P. DTJVAIJ.The .
principle ; energy.KJiid ; ; : lights liberty ;bIenJ*ial of.Mr. \VooilruflT prayinr Fr/, TO :Irulir.< aid tiul 51.tVootf.
;rr- prov'denre has: continued I i i i the; Exi'cutvo and it isa subject at this h.is: heroine irresMable. The st-, I to >et aside the tIccti' returns from Key ruff be admittca '1' cat.Mr. .

4 tS ,, the bk'ssiii'j: heal.h to our citizens I! momrni of vital iinortancc] ana ,.Wi' maxims:: and feudal: forms of mi- I:I We*!, presented, rcad and referred to coin. I \Vyatt in!(::l ic::. .'t Mil providingforthe ;

, I : the should promptly claim the attention utah and of rleclious.T : anpointment of .i Treasurer and rc"u-
generally during past year, our : ; ) tyranny hoary: despotism, : I iating the Treasury"l;I'a..tr.cnt ihh Territory

1a cTunatc has been fairly; :e tcd.. Jlundreds of the Council. The present v.ilae of are melting before their betziiiig inHucnte \\'hinjton e petition and dfsua.lry Jackson Counties inhabitants prayi'nf of I ; roaJ An t:.no or.Tert\l to hc.)-' telan

''u t' emigrants, who, for the first gcod hind:; may be estimattxl at five as the frost of the '\
1 1 summer, have: resided in Florida, dollars per aero, and it is not extravagant night before the efhdgence of the I :vi'la.id referrcJ to I\ltrs. :vie I d'1\'. .

t I have continued 10 cnjt.y uninterrujtod to suppose, that in two years blessed sun.Gentlemen. I J\'IUJUU. jj,. .:t' am." ,,..,;::;'t'.1).,. I :"!:'. Pl; ..atro.luc a bill p-' "Hng.for
A ,. I ; ::*.'-"'.: of dusty of tinsr ?P '
'
J re.s" itioii to ciKji.ii';' \rnt" \\\n\ ln\llll ofmouey f.V .Ice. &oi -
ItcllthVlum '.o reflect for a I more,lands of the same quality wonld of the LegKhtive Council >. :. .-.aiii i.'ic collect O. .,"
adll
I : rlc'h'cfr.m tue: 3.ie! of LOT ii : ton debts ; .
: moment, that the settlers have boci command ten doll.irs per acre. It i is not the corfused, 'uncertain te defective I| '-,'a I';(i.* r" TIO; am.) ir.t (expen-l-'l: th I|l :v;..: .".''i'.me*, urdcnxl to b- tripied a.id:

;7' exposed to all the influence of our climate i the policy of our country, nor its in r.:'- state of our law;, Cnli:: stroncly for Gn.pi.ui and tbo amount on hind, r.d uuu i I''I !.iu .I; $ l.-j onLr of the day for 2iiurd.ivWC'lv.

T1 L___ in a wilderness, often destituteof cst!, to reln: : their public land.:;, until {[ ameniinient.Vhiatever CUI: be cfflc laid ujtpn\ :i shelter! for weeks, and in many instances they re;'rli their maximum value. Ifthe ed at session is COiflfr ll'vlnetfay: 1377ec.. Mr Mitchel orcred the /uiIotin Se.
present
your di.'td that the tusocjii be
I A messntjc from tin- <;i.)>". was lec'd, read, ? : 7U requested to
. (under unusual Ltiguc) want population of a country constitutes donlly expected by your cltit.wnt'5 ; I o.-Jered U I>C pihiled! und reforrcd to a sc- cause the ...(>: i& !ati\e Council; to be f rwb*

'. ing the, common .comforts of Jifej'it; its wo.llh: i ; a, some able writers :- but it is my duty to rcnnrk, tint! few le':t coiumitfc.Ir't ; ed with a sae1IIt, of the populnt Oq.o!

must be admitted that no people of contend, cvt'i' aero of I.md ought Legislatures have ever succeeded as a : ';euti\e Ofi C'e. 4"r. 12thlS16." rnc li run jly aiuft|>reciiict of the Territory,

I( : ihe United States have more cause for to be tJirow.i into the w !.y of cultivation body, in Iramin! and digesting code Tu ::1: Preiihit oftht.L.il'iire Cotmtit. nx ascertained by ait act to protideibrtuUuijr
.
a cc-nstts aud by the election r--; "is
: : gratitude to the great Father of the ? s the surest moan;( calculated to JH'ct the ami] orolherwi
; HC11Jratg-! I \\ mis, SHl- -It i.; my pai'tfulInty to shi e, that or Thursday, 14/A Drre.r.&{r.
Universe: than! curselveOurcoun- If the Lef 'l-tlva,Cojiucil slujtild h- to gu.ird the rights oftheir inuuuit\: on thymorpiiitrof oiu ia.it. ilis tndiAis <..owmit'.id I\lr. 1'ipkham presented thc peii.iou: : of.

S try is ripidJy: improvincj ; the cultivation holil their lands from sile, under I To compile I with care and accuracy, a a w.inton. U1p 'o\"kt'tJ and .1djJe. N. SimcLelford and others, praying the'ci-

e -jf cotton, especially the sea the e.xpertntion: that they will, by the valuable code will require more time r.ite murder, in this cuaty, oil thy UP t'.-t idt elusive navigation, of Holmc>' Crect, 4J G1CCol.
,
of the Oem! Kiver tli: .. Bright, for .he term of three yean;
I : of :
Isl.in,! plantJ greater part n
p-ouiis s to rowaid the rents and profits, In enabled to maintain labor and research th.in xexr limited Mr. Carr's family, have !>een butchered and read and referred U> the conu on Intcrual

.tt er &: his toil ; and from the few expoi'r.enl3madc _permanent and v-ilunble; schools, session w'll: alThr !. Tlie experience: burnt in the iUmc ai >f their inrii dwHlinj, I Iuiprov JPC uifi. Messrs. MiUicl, Piuklaiaami

t in the cullure of the they will meet the same disappointment I of our &'ldet and most: euligUiencd one man, four chidrcn aid a Ilero.Yerp .1. JJriL

rL:4: sugar cine: \'( hive reason to look that our wast PHI Stan s have experienced. States, Iris: iuilr.ced ;them to appoint the victim of ravage cruelty, the Kccrutiye 1\'(..peitfroru/ the cojiu appointed to
iiuMsdiately! erdered out the Militia and I Uiei9ariaiaze[ tie Fi-csidcait as to the csp*
upon it, as oi-c of our staples. No In rll countries uliurc throujh their u ,
I ( : jepreseiitatives) h'galhvn die
,
I cn:ipeten' force, nailer the command of ucy oswip cn01o2f the salesot land now
)
p ;r portion of the Union has produced }land is cheap I it is vain to e:.l'ccl (,f high cinractcr, capable: and CI:MI. II. '\. Call, an able mid gallant officer, advertised; -.prc e itcd a rojmrt and a a>

better cane, and the few, who have careful honest an-1 1 industrious tena ts. l pci severing, before they were able to VTII-I i is nov in pursuit o.f the jiKirderers.Or modal ; Jlullitve di.icuargc .

. made sugar; are satisfied, that its product lie who has youth and J Ixrdth, that frame and enjoy a system of laws, .l tei's have bt.-en t"i-insmitled. wiiji prompN %Jr, DogyetL, from the com. on tbejoVrs.
Ics, to Ala 'l, ))uval l and Nassau iesat, reported, rccommendmgihe -
,L is rich and ilUuud Ult. It is will not labor for as much money as calculated to the welfire! of counliis -
I promote to place the coiritry in a st-it** of defence reference .of ct rtiin portions to select.
pleasing to witness the efforts of on.1 I will -purchase! laiul Mifiieicnt for hjs their. nnunh I" n 1'J mill l tn M->r,m'..(-! tr. .nil.J I and sixty i mounted men, ar ordered coriraitteo.s had on :irt table 'til to-raorrow.

i(' II planters, to increase this valuable; own cultivation at one dollar anil their; ; rights aiui privileges. The measure to march f"ll I"- tiro !a.,t '( Lttit'>, to ftc! tn motion of Mr. J3orgt\t the house went

t (. ;ple; aiif! ullhcu, but few of.them t\-'fmt-1i\'e cents per acre, cannot be is therefore earnestly recommended iVontit-r; ol' '.I.jclpja.: Cupt. 1).id., of tc'i! into c\Jm. of'.he u halcyon: the wciaonal! tfinpcnci

;1" lb have jet beer able to procure plants I considered as a valuable teirint; such to your c.u. iduratim. Unitd Laft'a'Irs with ()IH'l"lpan.h I.:4tji114d i i. j . | on the! 5Jmvniri-'r ;t'id is flf' 1 Af'er'nriol :* amcndmeit die com. reportrd ) -
$-_ uBccnt( : for nwmifar-turc, yet most of: howe\'er, can only he procured, It i is the' opinion of the Executivo, lively cigied in aivomtia ;iid di.a riii--1 j, the m? morial to the \'ir.C'l ; which nmotijnwu -

Ic, t. 11 them are raising o nu for Jliis purposc.1 whose careless mode of cultvationt: thaUdl officers appointed, 'who are by int:; the... Inuinnt, innny f't'" !Vv.n are p.ii'.iV.-d I i: ;:, recommitted. 1 tn ie ibrmcrroia.coruniy .

The c-tii5 of cotton, corn, rice &c. will in ja.fevT years, waste and 'ruiu.yourlunds l law required to give bond awl ectiri- for \ t1. utul display hv ;::$;,. i I itfleeoz'J1l &fJt IJ'l.I .

I \vheie jLe di ought of the last season ;.>na while this is doimr!, it ty, for the performance of their: ilu- .TIu. titi/eu; of fi.v.lsde.i county, h. ve I I l)1n.. tf) W'ifl'1l. the r.lcn.t..bJ WJ.i:
e*. i'icc.1 a military spirit, hlj'"!ly creJitaM'* I whh amendlocatsrca -.
itt 41!::d nol prr\'aiJ. u'c o -clcnt.! There is: quite lUli'crtah.* if half the rents tics, should be cumpcllcd to do so, before to '>.cir oJicc.s ; :'t t volirnfcrs, wl.i. arc wel",.1 rojmrtcc, adopted the& tlio came inorwuial rradtouij.rof

4 is; 111 scciion of the Union ,hat com- woiuur.verbe collec :'d. On enquiry the several courts of the comticswhero now 'nu'i-r the command of G(>n. Call. sed, r4ad third time and Pi55E1: \

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i its dmato; is unequaled tjubrit.Y, Western or Sotf'hcrn Stat _'S, has ever should fee recorded by the clerk of hayc actively and ill.at saostcfirient :- aft.-, an amendmeiit by Mr. l'iukb.mip:
manner, carried Lito execution adopted follows! Resolved TJmf t''*'**
und is wall adapted to She growth of n celved from till"*! real csiito, two the county and a copy; from the record I order. my above memorial us be rjncivod- and, {hut tb0 "" ,

S nil the rich and varied: productsftlw I per cenr, on thc cash value oC Iheirlands J I shculd-bc read a* evidence in allsuit Sixty mo'intod ia.nn arc or.l.,rel; .u J are ; /. ofthe Territory be authored jo.ciajJLoy -

.. south ; the vine, the oliyp, sill and aud as to the Inn.Js wl.ichre. :; or action.; whun 1 : rcvjuire !. The] expected here It, (ht', Jroia Jaclc.soa CJ1ty. !*- omo su/uiulu person to. convey tic

! t' sugar. set apart in all our new States, for. ti.e r ordinals should all be iilod in theSecretary's Au'cxprrby thistim:*, li.is reached' mcmjrirl to iie! City uf Wai-Iiintftqa an'i.eth'cr
The I 1'ensacola, l l.eariug my requiaiJion to Col.D. x?. the same to'tlu! J>cl\gate iq Cojrnss "'
sea coast, now suJir.u'un! ,] schools uhon office. This
and moisureVuuld :
" support colleges, .
L. Clinch of tie: United SM ,c haricn, at 110 distant day \v'::11 b'ecuiitcpopuleit3 p finally disposed I. of, the proceeds have give greater sHtuiuetion to the commanding' near that place,for three: com- dctormiia!, of %hr President'!'

: / melted away to nothing, through a naiiics concerned, as the security of- panics of the force under his comr.ian.1! ; the subject the.iM-morial. And th;' the

flF I The fishcxics on our shores are decidedly want judicious management and proper Tcred, would be best known in the despatches have also been scut- to Col... oxpcnsc.be: paid outot'thc Territorial Tre*

thje .best in the south. The cCt llomy. The Executive would counties where they reside: atwi the Brooke, cominand:>i' at Tampa Bay, to sury., Friu!/.'j, Dec. JIll
march with a jjrcitor jxirt of hi/ force nr' of Tallahassee
The mi !joner
interi'W; of-Gcorgia and Alabama will recommend that the cOllectors of the Territory would not rCI\Crtofth coi >
the board
Legislative mouth
? sea touartls the of the read, laid ou the table ad cr
he MipU from waters, fond; the Islands Council present their .Memorial ftP ((if in default) delay the proceeding: br.vannre, an.I to seixe all the boats a.idr.moes dercd to.h printed.

' m tho Gulf of Mexico have, Con3f' s, PrY ing that the selection against them, (as i is now the cast 1)) UII- belonging to tli* Indians, to &$:.' m- .. Mitchcl otfcrc: tileI followinj IJr. -. .-

: md still continuo to supplied] fion I of the two Townships of; land, granted ti: the party complaining can obtain ble the Chiefs of the Scniinoli tiic'ion, .'to7C'#'rl; That the present coidition of the-.
S 5iul their well
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nscrtam to dn-
tdmpcr, as' .us coinu"ttolby -
1 In.linn?, und the recent ho*!iHti' s
Florida.) ; When the rick country to this Territory, for the supportof u copy of ihc officer's bond), from the monad the !'irreirofth- murderers, i\ith them, form motives forJRf
powerful
lately! acquired trom the Creek Indians a college., may be reserved in sections Secretary's office, at the seat of Government (Ul ectiouifre.htanre i mw by tju 'nJ.nt1i: adoption incn/ures for their immediatereaioval .

' shall bo settled lw tho <*nterpris- or paru sections, that the sixteenth I i. to repel it with 'force. boywu' the limits: of the Territory

fl ira% uri induytrious oorgiaHs: ; the section in each Township together It is also submitted to judgment The KxetaJivo is.iujt: nnihorizcd, .)y. the I I that n c:nu. lit: (brthwith appointed t.drtf
1 I i department of War Jo control the! Milila-I .1 mm'irirt1! .' C'>rucre;' ou thi-t subject: ;
jiG;; riwl of Cliattiihoochicand Flint with the other lands grantedto fir the Council, whether it is not now '
I forc'' under ll'r.Otnm1.Ut! ofCoh. Clinch ., .' OlIn
- I ry frl'r'I.t' 'vht nf th? a : :ijit
\vinrh; form the Appalachicoja will Florida, be sold by the Register:i the interest of the Territory, to ,pro- :I an I Brooke, yH he well-known churarterof id daiyu ti.vl SuCh- other subject* as mnvs

j mr &valuable products into ourhaiJjan' and Receiver of die several jfficcwjiere .[I vido for the-appointment of an Attor'uey I the.se valuable officers j"/tify Un belief. .:
;. they may bo situated, on a. '; General, whose c1utv-. it t"aouldbe that hoy will second tjvi<.v:of the: EseiC'.itivo > d, repirMMitr: fba b? presented to. 0';

S i of dit ofnie t\ro and three The :i to sue 'or anti si.pcrintei'.fl the col- in giving proteciion to our citizens house for, njrOtm.-nccl; i on niotuv e*
IMicyo'inyandfloarlshingStuti *
years. {\ by piomptty; repelling- a'tac_;!; of the \Ir: riV..hfir:, bM.a! ti;ith! 'm! .,rd..
p. w"I". .t""Y'4'. j.;* ,'" .* :,".'.'f. '.tt'1 l ., lJ-W''; ii r 'coirc. to bfjiilyiU* thy" :'; 'U'Cti'- gj'ull 1 plhi"! runn iK'ruud; to I hutjlc Iptiaji. Confitl u fU m our t"ntayr !.". t.

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1 W-'V-uiiiSrrofiii::; :?; a .. nMftor V.e nV."c i ri edited proceedings of E.zracl to the- Editor dalcdKiteCastle of ihe BJ.t. Puif yi reference to population, aft.1 tho in-

i : 1 ?wiiihN >IVrntur.v.ieaM! | > ro Congress on the.4th- 5th, and 6h Dec. : ml flS1to1ft C1tt1tnLibrit'1
'*" dHi P'-cUxclj also the .Metfc-igeofthc President. U'e ficlnicurc Dec. \t half past 2, .CUflVCtjCflt division nnJ distribution
hcial ; c.upv P. M. -The If.Mi. 4.lr.
tneI ctt i" suctl :i if Sergeant and sni.o I of the polls ; and \vti :
J, uu.ni.cr of xtc i> summary: ( I Iii, proceedings from tbo.Naha.i! recommend
: jlLOV. ttl(. tional Journal 'just embfukJtJ o-i b.nird of the U. that tile division mJ t S 4;
be ;i 'Y and that ; ; dish'ibution
tiit t&l& regret x\e ui e una- ship llyrnet may tol'.c dey irriaE'

(t.jI" I 1I' the di1T1Cflt _. '. ble to lay !hc .Message before oir reader* of ]17 q; ns-,.she'Jaj.1.! has C'Ji-.ton wrj. .ied, uder anelior a sahitt bo so adjusted, thai every portion of OWING Publication*, 'exptct tl fur
Ill (; to-dny: it will and
:. 1)11 ) ) ? : appear next week. is tho connnnnity t .e abjvc citabiishraent, it vr'm .
s.ai.uMvn .
I I I It I $ IiC 1 H'askinglon ti.c ri vV "itli {l fuj, may uqttnlly purtici- not .berc.opened
( Dec.
.i1 cICflC' 1Ut 5.-By a reference bii-eze of \V. N. in until further notice.!
IV.Tne
I pate the elective franchise.Vc ,
"4 ; ;; : .. Iie dCIIII I4- to our report of the incipient proceedi > of .
1 1.iy '.;- ; ) tti1i ics: vihiu the (* $,' wHl! be Frvn tlu.t ubuu.ig 170 I trie! court grand jury in the Unital (jazs' dis- \ present also as worthy of'the W.- HasellHnnt.Pcnsacola2rib .

86d 4L U!) 1n! taLl.' 'till Krrresentntivc* were in their seats oa tie' t ifot; ty-lirr! bills present.-, all rtatj.! ye,:-terJiv tu t\. inomJ'1* deliberation: <:f the IcgIturt1, the e.- j __ _Dec.. i 1826. *

calling of the roll ycsterdav. Butw-t-n o<; I went of ti .is ; :i ul Coiei-al- ;ptthV'iis'V' of abolishing imprisonment j
more, it Fruit Trees
tln'! 1Ig-rsor- a-i'l 40 members of the SJ.tc H underwood j Grapes. tiCc.
:Mr. I uere'-al o ''arc yet to be added.- _/Vi 7/i./ tor li'hi.. or of c.stablisliirji such jail
; .
Ibejr seatsxhcn *. -iiirura
( e ; o .1' hIP Vir. } i ir n< 141.11. I *' ?._ ii I
i. ; h./ ",>0. .', vtat-isi-ut.:: lelatUe!: to I'oit the Chiir. The business ia th} Senate: i I : ;:; .;-;-: i.,1::( :,. l.olIt.tw y > *]r'.vJor. (' to "K1 debtor, Subscri.

|':. \ ; ,: ieiflt f ic'itl hIeai-l nV''TY console 1 of the adoption of n olatioa* to G f flit VVIlerMund : __ 5%,' t:1i- ;iatJwistJiiiP':) rtUMiiy of* attpmptin tr45 dber %

;:7teiiflit; : *; nmv rented! for mill Year crape on the left arm for tiity: Jays, from \\ i-lNii'rton, frit it iu*, to fulfill: his lnjfLl)1. Our judicial to"ofthel..nntcar.'rOpite9

:;:;: ; ,- -- nuLl! nl iL the as :t mark of respect for the raeirnrie., of the 'been: deinif\ely! determines: i'bI the "; law: so far as it i-onir-Ss proceedings |
and
Into Uolai.ic Garden Nurseries.
1J.I1Ftu" :>icii'u-As V.v-: JnE, S.zLatr Irom tlnl I v V{ .
'blr'fill the
ll 1ii 4'fl. 0:1: the (hi' Delaware, iud JOSIPII .M'li.v.mi: Sonanr j j-JjveiMment great Snutluvn ; <>nrjiite contract, we conct-.:ye !o be r fi-; ing near New-York, qfFers to fiirtiis'i theDllblir '

rz r.polt atl %. Irons- .Xt-w-Jericy, bV.th dtc.&stt since, the j{I f.\: >m Washington to j>e\v Or-j;jorous< to a degree unprejWe"0-1 aii< |1 will; > mid* rr.u.nJ flams HS they

*Tttfn. oiuMiiitia! inal road* aMpoir.teOf 1a.t sessionTiiother! busings in both Iens:: shviM proceed tbrfi'i h lCI1. I oppressive ; and without ( ni r- ] ir iiy debire. The collection. of Fruit;

? ih tL :LIul tht. I Joules was ttv ..Knuii. consisting of iiiond, rotu-rsbiircr, \Vifchloiif Ka'i'k'igh on all details Tl5 of all the various kinds, and aao of -
its it
lcL-.Mi .;'.. T S C :.j Intending of ihu.ssa :s to and t\j>, th.;: a;,- Colinijh: ? and IWicdacvJle -? may !it' () !.) Orna.mcrltaI l Tiees, Shrubs ami PIisiitsby is

-.? ; : b'Iv(-i"rI.at* to iutrurV p4itttU.s2. 01 a' ji.-imittc:; to r.ult on the I I the to : to IIWLtiOfl.tlitt: it enforces complaint, far ihe most extensive and valuable

; .:' i'.iito; I.iicl i I n iiilfl i a eltLtr 7i j'z csfdtnt ti* the United States, aid: thUsu.il I seat of (.iovcrn'mcnf of Ai-i'lnm i, !; <4Mieiice <':ice, execution, levy, and sale in inAnWt1C. '

il.t% i-c' \N" =i ''i'1 n'--K-11'. so Inarl! orij"ir.- -iel-iire: : ti"t-r ..;). Ia:25. tl-j\vi to Mobile, aidfrorj Mo- ;! the) iiinvHd! period of! one term of a adaption to tUC mIn immense acquisitions

nr 2ti- tle < -o .ilir-J it:e. us In the Ppiiatr. Tr. I lay IKgive notice ij'leby) Sl't boat, t-j New Urlsanj? court ana: tint: it gives to the nKirslr.ilor of former f cats he has now above

... ..'i. C.HTK f' t.-. ii-atntt'n.' thlt !l? hn1ihI; o ,ltid.t:, If'tea4t. Urt: '
7.1M2G. I red"a
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/< discm< .then YtVflt1ts -
!*, :\>lend of the defendant 3M:, nW ot .
V, in.a .fti.sl H *- a-M- l bei.ra to take up the liiinkrupt JiiL! roek oif tli'.- I1..!lt :i, the Wall! Ion. ,
cliio-
r.'Tlnnhe( CUI.oiI 2tuc" be nMiii.? lod 1 I On tliioivnl IhI. I'If'iuI4 Jj' '.% :'s i'iii.er, .5 __, Lit. ::::5, ,_c. jy the p'-iviK'-rf of rhoosingthe species the most choice :Fruits,

,:.l l1 h tuet.xi.vJi': )0 of iruiS a .- hi lutth IJoi .es and 3-JOU < inmiitvaft-.- r. u- made the hub in tho of, pi-iptviy tbe! sold in satisfaction. which are not in possession of any other

,,,,, 1 bva.Mtri.i t1 f tavtuon ; ihe a- \ ('lit nti'1.,1500( of tie! ar.-uni}>Hnyinrt (lICtI- I IVa'l! \V.S; : :J.i roapa.-s.dMimv U miles : ; Litnppciirrd ;am! ouier instances of our establishment in this country, all of whick

,|| jivcv-ai v to I'-1 t.ibc'J.! ad j I mi-lit., foi the Senate and t O'/ ci'1.h.. o'hi' tube about 10 vtirds laws
?" .4 : Im", and refill.jtini?; civil: : proceedings cs- arc ftnnounceil in tT CawK'esof 1825.l .
and ( .\e ,
'
taxatjou; inaM' r ] ? .t.i j js foi-sm'1 e of ft. were orjjdcrid ifivc r".n uiozc iJui tlrcc feettitidi iflAl'KS consistsof
tlijse! !
pecilly airuchment e assortm-nt
.tj( t bill n 'lu" it'-iICZ(1 ;titl to be printed. In tl.e ilou- of KeI -i UJUT. Iran the b.ig witlin iO'J on points

l .> t.r: (.iC f 1 r n'wnk. I I jir<'seil li\e.s a resolution uas adipt-d fr -\ar.U of it, not )Jiaxiug a small I Oat to a severity, which nMir orL'llarycrctlttotlces above

wrtMi., a Mil i : p' rtns (t'i.' VI..I-M,,:. the app; i itM": it of tuo CJi.iplaiu.! *, ofiiifi--( j '".ilnt ">'. n'ud! ir; :( .-.Mlai j i j it % -:;tel sit-oa would cill; ir reLixa- 250conpris1ng KL'v DS, .

,.it '1: 'I'-,,'tU.1& 4 :uI- .: ta the! tbl till rMf d"iiomijj'tiii$ <. one by each I louse, to 'h-tio: :: : | l.nve e.l'ed! it the! Hi } rock. j lion, but involved as the community Lie (finest Vine and Tables

., :;' 5uteieiini 'e \\ ;'vkl'v. iI 1 !Ji< I a i"tiII iic i over it j is in <;rapes{ 01{ Fiu-inc, Uenuany, Italy and
ron hit '.'- l a Mil. t nwoi.lI JI'i un '<,,,. ie. 7. In the .- | %' .mmlli-- h-rinin-c.; ;. ui'a MM' 1.1 la.s- j a struggle against; depreciation: ofi tile Crlalci.

.'.:-I, LI ail) !i.ifl ;fl ai'! eti'e '","- 4xrr"* | sy. %l r. I Ia ( obIaintd It'i u.' 1j ) % :ItA( I1l 1lI1: 1; i property! from causes unprecedented: The i'roprietnr having Acquired extensiv -

; :,?./_ ,., ;i ;judn.\- the inkinpt Kill. Tho hiil ui;. '! 1 'il.l.-., ( ,. |I"1it the itmnls of the Slates ; its situ ti *: ir.funnatioii on the subject, from

,. : T.Iidd% '.' et.h. 4 Men! n-ad J .1 fir.ttinisv A rfi'itSon ". .aon -: /*t't.-m !,,r! turiilii: ll-nl {i tir.u' demands a special interposition J tcttn! observation it: d experience. In enabled -
.
\'-., ShJ.-Vl.-ui.l 1)9Z4'1! a-lJt' to : ,- : 1 i timium | l n .4ri i"1 o/ivist: ,
'SOIta ( ;11 ': I ir !i.-Ha, ) \ ) :4ii4el! I I v.'hich jut cannot client to lu&ke iucli scicctioiu as mabo -
:::4..-.. .- 1 .i the a remedy to
,-,'I. J.I :: I < ft..ir of ij'lV.'a! >ti.v to l> \ S.i-rrouVi.| ; < Titnfl.J6. 'tillable to any pinicul.tr locality, and
]jits
Xvi.ih:; Drr. l Ph.lr. I leorehe .1-j-o.it. tin liiH''st extent, ought at le.ii-t; to cast
;! : e< i ;; inform.iliun liic/-- Tiso'r.-iid 1 Jr.r; in t1.--: di..ch.srjje such selections arc left to him he will .
; J'ij.1fl t lH 1(1' 4)1S. I MI s'j.cciJied! I, in r.'!;jjion to the iinii: >cr ofaid of ihcj}m fti"cs! : : :irouiid the l lifll4, tha slave, the aon'l such as cannot fail to succeed. '
n"ii: !
.nt ) tlh-ni .
,?, 1b;! r r i jtI rlami- in isscuri and Aikai :t up.mMJii iiirnc.' f., n : I cr: >p and ihe properly of the Florida 'ile also offers them in -assortment of
: r.J
a'r I 1 ba.: ttk .i.n -i pateuu are \viihJJ.: Ti t.j.'y me c se of : :
; ;" Senate cnpj j j dozen each
: ::1 I planter: a protection coextensivevith one< at the following prices --
-'r.--l.' .t rilci d toon s-e g
au a proceed to the election of olier c.ise< of '
a : Vutile Istaurtment
tint; ho ga: the
; < 2d
ieighborng
>
!. :Ir4i.l I t" ''%-('; '. ;( on 1Si !
: 4 ; : I.-t't:1'z!: mui aad
; the
) ( ), ) !: J ;o: 3d & 5,)
Ifll. ( i lii the And h"n dlyvc that these
'li( .i- I :.i I I request
4 ) :e 91 li; ih:.t tw .> *( &::; ns of the Conrt hr\e 1'rsniis v no order tir.. II bi (, ,,
: rep.)! tt' ;! $ :' r3t \ I 2 i.m: :t ia i ii '- :! 1 0I 1r't'iIn". )l.y 1)i ,S .,,Id II liii titrecT(,.i> fi.- .
<: % ini-'J-1'1; "'* ". '"' lI.!: os :-!*, vhhu'imt tho ier&ise ol i in tii-j i ture
/ qt -rr.ict'P'.iiJ- 4. / { $ Ill ( rl :1 F.aiirn1. Kast: FlorMa il--rrU, and tint The collector! i RJ-5" .
., :. -r 'ir T.iin ,.. I J.j.JJiv fr.j j I'tii: -- J rii-\'tt--.r' e'fei-. < '. t v : 1 the ;inoiii* ;;);: !:'i! iifi--'Hi.atached toill's ihe !
I ; : :out t L"-rst've Coiicil 500
: t4:;i.aic: A: Sej .nnl or; Do'itetj VAXii a
.- ,' < !-ii:<*fmiy jij .nv njr< .* ) !L'ci (' ( .. .. ; brani h ol .l.e ; ;
t % ;I. u'j J cr-Mrt siiejstry
: he C JU1 } and oi CREEA
nh! : i > '" J-j.vu: ; i( J ls'.* j .oJ ai ooiK. j Hon-t \vimmI. ; t 1 j ; r: (. jiq r* >f'. >iv.y be ]rcs'ec- HOUSE PLJJrrS, he
c ; ; 'e2. ;t I 2 oMcd. l-lil- sidtv as lit f.iif.tvr.n'ble) A">!itoni oi'i\ has abnv
1 -iVn >'..v..L.y! ivst. .: row to the eK-rliiMi i.f ( i 1 ffv lUi'iiish''d w-i a Cv vi1'ETEK : S.
a 'h:1I.1.! ; Mr.: -
Mr. .Mit.rl"M! \ l (' f'J win : Lit- .111 I1i) : i ctuditi: ) OtL.11iJ\-ct-
-- lie; of .ia .MITC1IEI- foreman.im
j I yhu'I, !h i j.l l on tJic table a ,! .
eN i -
0.7/ ; 'vI : Tlt.-'t' nfiirc 4"U1. I ) :l I ('a- Jioii on tl Js.' Mnsathiyo.Tlr comprising UUUOO) Pots; amongwhich
of
j subj'-ct the upportbm.i.Mt] ot J.nie; I lihI: I'hrd: Su.rin.: 'tViI- are
.- into tlii1 r\v.Mi'M jof onuhnjinj j I Z ] ) ciitatiuii all those known as must beautiful and
rcj'iffdicn' ; und-r the huh enin jit. yreJ'.r.n: their thniks to his iji .11. T.tber in.teresting. -
-t- (iabrielV.
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inl*. 'n-Jiiori-s' Po/pall, .
r : oxi.jiMJi'.u tio.
oV tl!, ]M-opf! of {lie United Stale.-." JI. nor JiiJtrc Smith
'- ajiluhite- th"! ;; -.-rii f phy ir aijiirf il I "_ lii liisinti-H''jent: I j Horatio S. I)< ?;ter, Jeremiah; l es, c.I" Catalogues may be had gratis of

11- tjji;> Territp. : to L n.j&1 i, >* < ii/.j trein.1 :t1.-') til Th'jiir! IoiiLrl' *-.-, BjirnSc! : ui James Plumrier the iliflerent Agents the Union -
ilie thrcughont -
? A'liju tniy Herald! of
3'Ji !)
>i nr ofj 'HMr. Ks: j. the! D :>;rirt Anormy Tor the and! orders
:
t r( ,}<.rt< th" arrival in tint dly of i',"! j F'z ttiii ; ll'dnnl: Arbona Fall!;*, ; through h any of them,
I -i.- (MI i. 41 i t.: pftit l'i (if rii7."Jisof! .
v P'Mni; : asi-l .Ii-'l: oi rn'iti: ju"iyi.rr! !; FJ;? UICK and Lt. T.oMi".o\ the} I'. S. |j-t-5. -t'.ity! \vi--i] Ins rh .m iMrerLi-d IPS j {Henrv 1 l H.irtbv., George J. F. Cl.irkt attention.or by mail (postpaid J will meet prompt

... Arniv, Ill four'lavs fiusn Cljretoi! Ja. (' < j.i.lijci in slie prosi-otition) )1 f oiienrcs Houston J- _
II { : !K :in of \\ 'I'l'2''I Ji.i. jjolm >*ephElins Suiiiiioyrah .

: .! tji il-ii. i ii: Mi jM-ij.jMji.; I'Zi.l! ; J j avr.i *,!>; the law; *. I {] : ii.< iouldfAntonio AI\arezCor- William Prince,

report )':, h 'n j '.:Mhl.Mi i.v of i- I JI':i17z JLdtr.sn'r.1. 14) ), fro-i U present :i is H i'ois; 'inconven! el is Taylor. C, .M. of the IJI13h'e Ill Society of Paris:

fi'thioi; hut rr.nsjdwViii it .rc->< 1.'ia'i'' >* to I'MTaM.rlus.! : ., e I Int'-Iii! .encrr, that vc\j h.eii': ,;;e ("; lI.m i. ol l. the nrun i i the of the Horticultural Society of London,
; :knin a1. :;tti:.1 ili '!f: I ,r ;:: I nti! i II'. z.4111j4n.(1 t 1 le t h J ) road le'jriiiiz .hereby certify foro; omg; to be a and of the Iiu'ierial Society of the Gccrgofili -

: "rf l a liii!:- :. : l to a c .j !Iu!.-I1..1 th"ftniily of .\lr. (Vrr-.; nk'I l/-ji S .. AuT'istin;! toTailalri true copy of the original present- at i"Rwr.cc&c.. ic.

riiIi.r. I I :4 M attn k.i m tli- faijiily; of \1 i.. \-ir.!: > : ear .! ef, w'.iiih V.MS n u-jtnced! u.ent of the Grand J'iry, maje at Orders received tjy ;V. fjasell Hunt ;

r:. ; i 1 : : ii ii a'l .ip... ) !.4. < N'iila river. They 1 did iioLiju.-'to the tu1, _>! ti' I. I: tmt'it 0 l" I l\;'llmy -i- iiiis term of the Siipei'iur Court and A{rent f'.r the above e&tabis'umentiust

;stii"t; of' rm =!.iri'r 1)) 1 AuiliJor i-l'T < '!- 'Tit'.oii. -i motionv ini.l" 1'ioop* f.'Hn..J-.M-ksujj and! f.adsd (*'. I
; ;iiu- Ciii2r<. th.s!
0 li i''- .ssi t p'.irpo.,e, and which Ciil.hs Clerk.
rr'"nnf- anil
t Talhh.t.-i-e ,
i ;x r< in. tI Ii illStruriiuns| Juul bera 1imi trioit.iyr
: .ft i'! .. nth-.. }> nt cr.ilin i ? n ;\ f eotirmg tl-i- \v >od<, but harl !nn uiir; I is helievtni to IJ.JN-J ;JKKMI: : suVifioat; to i -r AND FOR SALE 4t rifE : ,.

: i :, .' -.HI:!( ( '. .- .i \."'- -it. .n < may: i '-'*' .itIl. Tii'iMv% !uiliiitVarrioix: fn.ni th" I have nnde the road at lenst p-.s>:ii>Ii>t Pensaccla Jttoo/cstore.

i* -Of. :i iv.. Soiu j" vn.l'-vjit :'; 1 11 ) :: hiriLt b.i tt j ('(1 Iiauit : !:j. hut it is defs.-ctive ill briiJws., 'iu'W.tVs .

-1 T! 1 :!? i.-s ilon < ..- .. .1 i.'c.?. ;.2iII, 1&d.aI; ) ;&id iti ;j!i:1 other Ci amii 4'L1 1 .. Fi7iy'.3 .Yew ime"icnn .itfas, contain'iii
iI.C(4.LrV ;, 15 splendid and
t '! lI: be taIl1i( liv IIII' ( IIII 4r101 a St. tth i-- .. .. ,. accurate. maps. "
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". .._.. tin* anticjna--.i /*-'%" -, .
; ; s I f.a. I > ...
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n-t'ir n-l ;4.i ii:' -.--.?..., vi .jjis ro.m; r. 1'ir Irom bcniji Silver IVas, Lead Penc.Js, Letter and
? iTi9J: D.1: ; :: "! :: vvre j.i tiicirtvay Jivni>- ; aitiit

< .. I !:a I h', .vrI 1Zit1II u 'z" attained, and ii rollrni- io I iii:. act I.. FooNcjp Pjpcr, Quilis. Pvaterjnk-
i.'i-: only o- v.ho hud e idcuc''J hostile of CeiiL'ioss l)3f which this 1'nejf stands, (;ias s sand L''j\e-*>, SealingU'ax,

TU'KSIv; isr.t lUtlt2J,1S.2. a iet'Miti'in*. rominunication Vrort of 1ttt)1a. Wafers, Wafer IJo.\t- E.& I'o-.v.ler, P13-, .
hi'ief palronl/ed, v/c 11? Carcij; Jriw-n I'i r.
{ w4iti-'' th0 abov! <>. w hVC f.-on ;; ice.
a jirivat" I'-ti' r u-Sji;.'*t < tli ii is infer a jailure on the pj'rt of tho ein
ferite czuicur. j ; % ; :it, no>vT AUKIVCi). A L so o :< i'/ND
-j. I >I''U'v t !a i : t I b' u'f tho contract, t.) complyII Dec. 21st.-Urig Ed\varJ Snow Bcston.
I TJrco\l and !
other li! Bouk
'V }H'ft>*ntonr p ijn-r to d. v f it r itr.in* ; ''':z : li' .i '1( : ( !! h? vv..h tho requirements of the! l"v.n ,

; ., .___t.i'j 'lc! ll'oik. t- : j. J. Cyplicring- and Or.-y ho. k. '
a 'n.'Mi'v mr is ti. j \\ e pn-fnt.s an mcoi\vn-ence aisti'd -U. S IJpvenue Cutter, Louisiana, Children's Copy Slipi '
I i'. i g' )! V I .. u l" 't 1 1l t'apt. Jackson, from .. crtiize.V5 ,
N.-'i .v1! ?' 'r-' "-, ,f 29thU. ( trrcit''r( masfnittule! the noi-fiilil-] Desk Penknives. Rtzor.,
'
.imrer .
'rv I : ; i.'jt-; ; ': 1t':' :. .v (ibm C.iinp'ii-llr St. Marks.Ii. '
an.J : ii reia, ai ;tt t.t !" : iri meiiiofthe Indian ul{" O. Indelible In.'c, Paints,
l. 9 tijiit our friends \vi. ion :o- treaty :uip i S. transport i'chr. I'l-jrida Baker
Seals
iii1li-i! *.l L in OEcafer
; /t* i t ii. tt to civ" sati:1.ii.: ii is n.i iu : our l.t-lfiom tliL I'isiladeJjdiij! M.mlire: ::ndthemamit-rin; wjiirii the: 1iiopt Bat', '
Ii im iii Akii-i! ) .' o.i' f.-t'i'.li! jj3 ( (la/.i'lte, si\ .?. Violin Stniiffs Sec. ic.Pensacola '
> n .
ta 1 IndiHii -rmitted Selii Pi-ruexerance Ii ker Ilath
aie to the Car-
overrun .
;i'iribli' adrfi..- in.l'J''iiiand l 'I Iir I i iiiliiiX'fp'iiii! fl-i;: Ptf1 i< orrert in Sundries tbe SGili D.'cember, 1826. I4

"". !<( of t sub-"iibi;*! \', 4. a .,. % rjj J its rrfon-iicc to the act of Man-h 1. IS23 |j country, to the jrre-it. injury ;uur aii fCi- to .MasterK.VTKltlll PftOFOSALS

.'! .: IiT.'li' r'i.isid.: *"it'0ii Avouiil atlts.but it stojs* s'liort of !lirn of tlie iniiubit'-snts. Th'. ( ieneralx ). A"t FOKll'tskly ,
t V.:., nii t'riaI ii of t ho' : by Dec 21st.-Dri Columbus Moffit .ispipfr in the City of Wash
,1 i imn ( ; Mobile
ipi'f llierean: *(.Jii(\ from whom ; oveinme it i is des'-rous! oi "i>ii5lyini] !; j ,
ington
',, l' tt1 ,. fi.in i-or ovcrlooKiai the clause illI.u1:1) : "v lol- ; ildlast.t23. .
(:i % ( :- ) ) ) : ;vlhth! ( anxious v.'isic"! oi'h
.iit of th'Mi'riii. i! nut all! I their: ii-ini'1" j lov/imj the pa sage (ji')t"d, wlirh '.rt-: i* : pe itijple .-Schr. Cer nn, Hunlen, Kintptoit in i\z CJHET,

'IOT:; h.! of i-u'i! riibi'T*, o "ihr* v"t.>' in tiI.!! '; \v )rd<> "nmrli'i'tpliitt* !f) ."/'i/ | by: renovln\nhe o rover? lifyondi''lthe Jaii.i'cu, .6 days-I1tihL.t-.--lo the: nailer, j The Washington Examiner*

V.;iy an occaM-m.il: ad\ : fi-'ne'.it, wlj.-n! i"r! ,: imf ln-f n tnutle by Hit 1'rcxitlint \ 1 limits ol'the Tetrit-'iy, jiu on a *5.-.Vehr. North Cazolina, .1T\i, RI1UE adv.s'-- ala Weekly Journal

i" their power. Onr a ,:. ..t.iin t! of p1j. AV f.-s'.'/
!)' ,' j.; alrtiya oj cn to the inspection of] ,IC'r4IV, t:1): to this day, it is l.c \vn, :abie! I by the President, iJiat tier own I to he wrccfc <*f the nuur. ll lit i. The'fn Union, are so* obvious, that' any enlargement ;
;!. I has buii im'd.
J If ii-
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% ;ovo Ki.iireaad *osiveni(>:i v/ill j pert j cMfl'crew and tWO on them is deemed
consent to such i(1)tVa1 should. n'r p'.is enjfors from -
< unnecessary.U
II' ., tindisito be issued, it would drmJitStsx! J 1'av"bc t { ::---
n to .U1!! and le4iI vd
( I it
Tea i I
a> the UiilL in
came the North Catnliiia.! present, no uxkt'dii
'' .'i d l before ttiin lime .. !,e obtained and ibis I : newspaper Wash
i(
;* 'i titat vhy
< i IK iiini ii i1 -, ( 'fiiiff consent J ,
| \iro! to i is
>tiimiti :isr.itautit'vcn: toloaa ltlIfl url tiiv; LI.- Order! in Conned is logo i. ,;v i IojMratioribis : r.r l ;been transmitted to Govern- )j 2t5 --3chr. Jolin liichards Spillman, mere freijv.iu ti ptiollcation not '
'.' lr J Mataizis: 4 (L.RS-Cdri) Coffee, fruit :in .s adapted to the convenience
.i .. v. el;. U c UJ > rT ;
'tj-r- i"r : *. after :
MU ipute
S IITJVI-
'ai
j
\vu have
nlitve not ascertaiiied!, but ;| unil, to J. C t*. C. Cj' 'ous..IcTuL! portion of the :.
nca II1
!.Lj vl I'rob.'b'". tt-U> "'( '"'. ; the uMr'iiiisiiicii I s-ig'ar ICeyfer .
: \ I nut
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jq ( :t':! ; f:'fth.sapi! 'ti'n'' 'ib i "
iiHukut it \\iit.. ivr.lbcm.' <: jIIJ <:. wiiii't.Le: ij-n'sil. The r inirnocineiit oi-Hrom the evaieuce before'L'S we aif j; 3 Uurrioj, Petiiarol i, and to tl n.ic i and, community.calculated" The present enterprize i* :;
' ire to c.dl to the Su-iouof fVngrecs induced !believe tint tlic! Forestall'nu Tu i'ts. J. nnd meet the deficiency. Its-
mini tl at our ; ])()( lbtiIlg so near ihc to (piestion ; ] Magor, Ci .
.t'Ifl int: i'a'j1! -. ::1 :l1.t li'i a:, niyied: ia the Order ii: C'ouaeii, it i is of remov-'l has not been to their i j Vinci" ;!jre, New Oii ein. object will be to promote the cause ot%
.ariVil.lir. notHrtiik.e'h' that t'jo' K&.cntivo hiniifd pit morality, and to diffuse political and lite-
4hifl j CLIAUD.: ; :
t. ,I.I ,., pttl. to !u!;: k. the matter uhujly i ll'. c.h'efjjr..i! E if it were put ii a spirit iury information ; and its cclumns will be
r v : ti {' l Miticn l t'i onr :i- Dec. 2! Schr Antoinette
it nt ( (' (. 'II 41-'.t 4'liliI (.1 Congrs-? ;, iil.1 ltad of e.\irci tntl in a jinnner conioortiit1dth! ; the 1 .Hateman, cheerfully opened to dijctission? connectcd '

1 aui: Juliur". \f'ILUP1t'\ !iichll\ ,ena'dua.; P'I1t'iav41 ? Inure- iir. a Jhcrc'iioa u: on it hSniieK! p'.iMic w:;>li, we sev.1 no (/bslacle to oljitinin.rth JTair.pico.! 2-JJ bcrics Mexico of by Hy. Michf let. C'ar- wrtli these important subjects, whea '
Wine
iJJ5
iron conducted
Lop Dura Ul with
LlTCIiIl ( ) tl.i. 3j, CI tICitiij i: ; ; !:r cons.ent. From the del )" temperance and propriely *-
crockerv & l
crates 36
s riucs aul 24 On the
ii i..">,' ls. a.11 I So r !" Job! The- Lcsnicton subject (politics, the design
.t o-i oik ..
sa temalcef ;: -\-ar, from TeL'J bung rather to esl.i.'m. an
epitome
;ul hnid.un"l >:uie.'mc dal, xuth (he n-i'. :.is of ('nit,. OfpLt'-
JVrry on tion and the h thitiiil
( absence olagc'tits le i g'ar. lic aliairs, than to the minuteness
in ire piper.uiJ!: >! |I..>.U d, arrived .N'ev. attempt
eoin] cte thv tliird .v po? 111..!. on 27th ult.w .
'" uaiB nf tii. L's [ I Th" Fun.-m! of GoverttnctJtvj; hill;* a | -Schr. .EII zabeth, Porcsi-th. NexvOrleans of a chronicle, a report of the debates in
M.i''o jii7.i-ite and
| c'ure ;j.*;tirs ia honor of (lie
i n: 'f tl.it o' p-ilr.n !
25.
C.irolina Jarvistobile and
-3euXorJi
't tijf; tut.ii p y for n'.v tyj,", we ''el tIL altogether inconssteni \\l\li! tLc irteicsts arrange state.Ticn: of the! pro ,
\ with materials the wreck of
ceedings of
P' >: lo'tk : both Uynesitl !
tul'vvn for *.!" niuis.. S of the regular /'
Territory.Ve .
II plt'E.I: v.ill r 'n .';c *J- the Holla. appear, and a connection, the State Papers
I. Fruit Trees, (ircftts, &fr.-Tboo wJ c SAILED. and oh/r
[
:t"r documents.
ti ': IMMcomber. III ih \ are constrained n to public
!,.._ 'v1l; I earto arc now permtabished! ) in ourTcrriory aga jirc- Aitho
) a t Hfl)11'I ith w ii.i sent the t.mujnj. ource ul'complJit Dec 22Schr.. Hope, Kesliey, N. Orleans.3irig ;!;fi. the Washington Examiner
a flc : Vtlo, and those who are 'about to stl- i Edward, Snow Mobile. will be conducted in and.nieasir'.s
f .
( i-d< lion r-x cr regard to men
tie in if will do ihe of the land
well clains
aondd (h"ir n-.in ,; to onr MiliK-rijitlon to pay attention to the non-.i'jjustui'nt with the i impartiality which "*

lIst' Uurnitr! this anti iliffiimin) ? wi-ik, and a:1 ertInIeut Liin.e.in ol f.Mr. \VJLMAM Pfti.vei. olth and: this s'.ibjY-t, together witli the Sfitjnorfd, lime ;)\cket Brig/ Despatch, essci.ui to the beneficial operation of s.'
%iic Uotanic
: y.Vn to kw-p fl.s, 1h4' number, contain'r t% hfl ;I ;is published! (in i rdeu to-dty', New York,. condition of the Indians: and tin! : : of of Saletm Mas. Ktln-ond Upton Master, lMl ,jic Journ-i), the publisher thinks! : proper

.l: nishcd Mcss.v..i rati.:. jf u jxcm.ir Duval. xxiil Ibciave fenth'in deserves the patronage paper.Thw t, tbe pulllc road; to vhich we !have had from St. Jigo tie Cuba, bound to Chariertoa -: lu add, that his political sentiments

enroll nip i:1viit
iiiniHJl'for tIe IJu2i41l r.f tie i'nblic, at thefits- consiuevti'i of our Delegateto ; !: in the qnlf of Mexico, on th" night to the preset Auiirlr.istKilioi! :.

"T-// /fl. .Wf />:r. 18. 1SCG." same lime that be r\ijeets the n-waid tit oi the 2 'th 1)c- heavy ;;ate blowing This p-iper will be published by SINI.CToN ,.-
i send mi | Con t.s.> ; :-: : ai tho saiiie time, wc (. S. on the first Saturday -
II. > by t.j4! ,11 the, pll '' 'Mhist.v.| AlJihrap-ouuts! oii > paper !:' k'.telyieeeive l a few copies siMigcst tt) (;;;:- Ic'cirte! : the njce.siity "jut: Despatch was partly loaded with in January next, in -a sheet containing :-

: 1'jt Ie l Iij !idn< JUT ,., .,.,., ,; .,, of the of of his the Cienural hides eight; qirirto: pages. It being desirable -
? H', 4, ,|u.ml.rV'T Catalogsies tJ.e! tijishmri: for intlucing (Governtilozit .l1g..?, ci.lfee, fn'jtass and !us-

r". >!1'r;'!" a-i.lalm.Kt -cry 1S'J6 iOrLhl* ii1IDHI, :'ud lmm also r e'ZVCL to pnl in repair the Gouit housein del:, all! of which xver tobt- 1'he captainuiiil to impart to the unlertakm
'. : '' I-,, !,,okinfortbr Indian'uPkri' -, a few lVaeh. JMumli, Necturiuo, .Vim! ; the City o1S. ai on bouul L la jded-on the Island, character of :,Tuunent, utilityai toren-
"f50Jaa.Mjii, and Pejr \\hit'Ji Auir't-stiiie. dcx it?% iitcit ea ol"rttcrcnco it ..l31)roIos(1
'OM-h Militia j.assed trees, weimite tluse who : with oinu ;)i'nvovt'.iJ/.s.x\ln! they succeedc *

tou 4)., Sa.nrday. for the OpiJIa.f have an )pt! ofl unity to rail and see. 'i bey u e present ah a grievance the apoointment l JM savlnj;, fro n xvaence the Captain to siumbvr tie pjjf o* eacu

.;.5A n Ji '* i<"for tIl(' Ii inscfor tb. clevfJlHir"'i"f :ii e ali! iiie, thrifty \ountiecs; ait! ucdoibl to oilices: Justices of the and siir (:rcarfo have come to this! City. paper, und tastiojoiu to each volume an '

!; ': g this-r iv: S;'.'r-jT: < and not ilmt tbo.se a grCtZlturajitj! uho *.:<.!. tli *iiu :Peai.0 The J-.chr. KolU ol Boston, F. \Vooibury 1iIiabctic.zl lflde.i.

i ?'s v fi I" : >:i---: ilia'ir' ill favor with order* for trees, juauts Ac. Judges ofelcclion, and to oiher 31 r, froi li.i 'Ktd Island bound to Verm*-1'uur-dollars per annum, in

t.lkVCa1 ."'" % 1SirIill'r but 1 do not from it-is i tal.Si.-hs.'U'iit. At tbe farm o! oCices., men whose iinurcicce ud Appahichicoli! \vitli a full cargo of salt, advance. -

fl Jnd e Lri rc'i inlgt'! 0!) tl j opjiosil- side ofbnrJaytifow immoral lrbis dibjualjiy them fur r.ras vc recked on tbe Apjial ic-ii :oh par Washington City, 1)c: :. Nov. 11", 18gCu -

.4e.L, :..i ,.,.. K oernpiedaudiinpro\e iby'JohnGarnipr these trusts, an.l v.-e respectfully re- I bn dc 10th Dec. fa rip l lust-N.> lives lost.I *. Villcl: urawing-ol Die Grand blattf l.y'j
.
( ,c rr c"auth> fi'.-Our rearrrs v/ill vain.? kind of>q.tref area,*.\greater hih! we proo'nrsMl number of from tin* r.ommendto tho Governor and Legislative I The :richr': Orcni: < tti4j.4 onr I.I.uivf.Mr. : J:4: micr M, llotden Master, from Jamaica examination.
Council 1(4' .
*wdy
Iii,. thj! (larden ('e,1t. 1'rr.u'.', and we ''mj'C that a more rigid scrutiny,
Ia ? ) : Fry is bound to Mobilo, cnl-rrcd tliiiort] in dHut No. 3-!,9(50 U.v prise ol" $50.000 %
of ilie orr'i.irds id than hitherto been ,
I' : I4l lint lariny a ornirdensof seems to (iw '
'daj4) "% the the 2ls
()DRUpa. ss or cvci.ing on >t Dec 24il2 JUU)
1't ;U Z44! ? ? % leltrilfl our Teint'-ry '. ill l lit, ir.iprovni andnrIr practised, into the .qualifications 01' The 3shr! : tohn Uicnarda cf Normany 1806ojojj ,,V.JJ-4 i, tiai .
'1' (- !:(-l hi a iiuilar! ininnur, thron !li oursg.ai.3. .
iiWhlv* l.i. I u bern "1unic those who may hereafter be itiznn"- :Va. James SpiHinan Master, 6 tUysfrpm 4.- i0uwTne '

fl t1la ;. rir"b: >' hicris; p (lie ted and appointed.Ve entered this Port on' the 25th. CMMLd prcS3OOOG' bVingilrawrii -

: dI P'- :"* "*"1 ; "lit"'*"!?; the -. -- -'U.! 1 IP eccftrtv -. \ also grievance Dec, bcini bound for this place adMatanzas lo an cxcnNu. co.iMr.jnuM.ly *JI I'lckjci*
present a a
if ; : l)4d2114..l..d: aa (If ?. Fry, in AVVDec.. 4.-.Th'- U. S. Sloop! Tlcrida within New Ork..ias-is obliged to dischr. eiid.ic tfitiiV4, 6, t.Jiicprize3 ott. :
I1 the
comroul of the
11 i:,I (.. .t CJrr. j; .. ,t r' L, 'atr patrnis J. Com 1'ierey, !boir.i l-o lj.:: ('oast of Icgiblalure! '! here having experienced u gale during : : 11" It Hu! ,
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t I : ;z c ,t e- i.Yoigla, I the division of iho Tcrritoay into *. the whole eil iLast'ljibk'cJa. 1 1tr.acQIa
-L): ..' 'i on a snri.. 'veit tJ..t: -. -. ou S.ttu"t I pnwtr-, Sj)111i ; Lu..6 .
a !: ;-.-.'/crnW. lecticn District ; which H min ul !) 1.'t .iC ,

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1 \ SUP ttIOIl COURT By the Presi entof the
Commissioner' Sate.IN FRtJSPECTU'$ Tae \\t.ion1et! Unjy
i .' of West Florida.Ivovember States -
virtue ffa decree of the Superior Of THE ORJJlolltllly ,
: Term 1826. fiN pursuance of Law
. Court for the I.strict of Vest FloridasttiIig Sermons I, JOB1r Qt'I!

\ at Penacola, and made at the last ?l\\ Olrreegr\\ \\_, Francisco Banal, Executor of of America AiuM3, Presldent.ortlie United ;8 f't
do
FROM 1 3ft hereby
November Term, in thecase of John the Estate Domingo Salas: proclaim and
1 Chubaud; against Mathias Hove Exr. of A WEEKLY PAPKR Living Ministers; ''V,. 'rra the known that a Public Sale will[ be held at

')t ". )>oii Antonio Molina in hmcervthe undersigned Printed: al Macon, Ga. a periodical publication edited Fernando Moreno Senior I( 3o Florida Land, on Office the third at Tallahassee: i in W

Commissioner appointed by IS and Domingo Olivier. J 3 Monday in
DICKINSON JflUa7
I by -Rer. AUSTIN I 1827 for the
of ,
of the town disposal of the
local
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: fl111E advantages Lan
.: Virtue '0 f .said decree, .u ill eell at the in nulls day came the said Complainant, hs ,
'Litera- Nev-York commenced ate in the District of
: Macnn, as an empOl'mm.for Lands
Court 'lIoh! r in the City (;fI'ensncoiibrCASH i by Henjamin D. Wright Esquire his offrrcf rot
4 it sale at
IN .HAM) tnre AS well.-us Commcctsltnatedas June last. Solicitor, and it appearing to the Court, Tallahassee and m the tQwnsbi ,
)
: ;i is, almost in the very centre of the State ; that the said .Fernando Moreno Senior hereafter designated viz .
t on the first diy: of Fehniary next, be. at the head ur Navigation on a beautiful Extrtctfrom the Prot fleet I its and Domingo Olivier arc not inhabtants I Fractional townships No 1 and :31;

4 tivccn the hcurs of 10 and 2 o'clock of river in'thf,heart of a .new, fertile andhe3ltil "1t wll be the constant code- 1 of this Territory and they.having failed! t north of Itangc No. 2, west,
.
that day: all the right title interest and country.-were among the inducements Fractional township Nc.2 north .
) f of
1 claim of the Defendant to a cerbin tract that led to .the proposed un- I vor of tie Editor, to present ie: ,I r (g appear herein and agreeably, answer to the law.complainant'sbill It is tlvere- Range No.2, west, < t.:

()f hind situated between the of St 4 Public sich Sermons of Fractional .
Hay dertaking.The I a prac fore ordered that unless the said defendants townships No 2 nd 3 .s..
t' JnsI1d the Hay of St. Maria de Galvez. rapid strides this infant settlement lcd 1 tendency as may contribute r do appear here on or before the notth of Range No.3, west, "c:._

r mJjoininjrland about! Joseph Uonifay>containing ; has malein the short space of four i ro honor the great Reidtemer, .I first ctav of the next, term of this Court, toI Fractional townships Nb. 2 aid 3 c p.

..p F One Thousand J years ; the importance .in a commercial and save .immortal souls. It is be hofxlen on the first Monday of May I. north of Range No. 4< west, r j!| !
Arpens, point of view, it has already acquired Fractional No.2
; township ,north I
I that enevolent fri'cmia: of n._* ntv<| answer the complainant's bill : of'
or so much thereof! as will pay the debt the attention the interest, it every where hoped, herein, the same shall DC mk..u -, ..-. I t'roicuBnal 5, west 1- C>>
:; decree, with interest and costs. excites; the tide of business of capitui: of God and Mm will find the Work, fcssed against tbem. tuw n llI"!i 0.3,north of S

\\ illiam Scbrce. I talent, so rapidlyflowing there ; already I from its elevated character suit- Audit is further ordered that the fore- lUnge No- 5, west, I t3

I : Csmmuriontr. direct the publrc mind to the high dcst'xty able to be recommended to tlie'wise going be published i in the FcnsttcolaCuztte Fractional townships No 2 and 3. ,

. : which awaits it. time week for the : offour north of llange No 6, west J ;;:
2i11.lecembr.1826-41-6t. and noble ; and, at the sanje once a space
I -l Though there -already one neatly months! and once a month for two Including the Country adjacent to tb
.
from its simplicity, spirituality, of
town
\ O\\, t\.uCil\g. printed: paper in Maco.yet tlUf peculiar months thereafter.A Quincy

: 1:1: : subscriber respectfully! informs \\itnation o.fthe time* -the; incrca jng business and chiapnestf, very suitable for true Copy from the Uccord. Also, townships No. 3, 4 and 5, norrt
tlHE of the the of Ranges 9 10. 11 12 13
place,-the intelligence general distribution, ,, :f.l\tl14
t < his friends, that he willstill continue I Attest, #&
< I public spirit of the community-the: .increasing TER 115.Ea inchidiiig} the Chipola! country and
to draw 1)eedslortgages, Hills -of Sales, VV. Hasell Hunt. nir"
;
population, wealth and importance of the Holmes' Creek settlement.
i fj Powers of Attorney and other instruments t' of this! section of the State,-call Monthly Number contains C'lk. feup. C't. W. F. Also, fractional section* No.2,

: ofcwritinpj;', in the must approved fr.-f'l'Is, loudly fir the assistance another Press; one Se,mon fordinarylen'gth, or Pensacola 15th November 1826-;38v4rn :JO, ii, 14, 15, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 3.7.27
on the usuu] terms and solicits a continu. i8";,
; which, shall not only disseminate! usefulinformation. two slurts -Sermons, handsomely -\ and >n2rru 29, 30 anG 31/ in fractional towm-hint
of their favors. NQ
ause : i Out advocate: fearlessly, TUE I printed onauperfineraper.i'rice ?;, north of Itangc 4, easts and: fractional

t W. ifasell IIunt.I ItJWrS OF MtE EITU:: i one dollar aycar, '|in advance J: i: : section* !'o. 23, 24, 25,n2j. 35 and 36, ia

, Pensncoia7thicc.. 1826. With/egurd to the l'o1itiea1'COUf: e intended : fractional township! No. $t north
And arRange
h----- or one dollar fifty cents
FOR 4 all of which
east
\ to be pursued by.the Editor, he fractional sections
: ; lCe. I I !presumes>> few remarks will suffice :-- .if not paid till December. bounded by the Lake Mickawk'ie. ar e

; C7f,0 who nre indebted to ; He pledges himself uo faction or. cabal. : For obtaining fire subscribers The sale to commence with the lowe

S County Court for Warmly devoted to the cause of the peo. who to be 1827 number section, twu-miiip and lan
( are supposed e
.. -Ihe County of fcs-CHtnbiu, are requeued: to pie !his constant endeavor will be.to promote responsible and to proceed in the order designated
nakc ;payment to ;Mr. VV. Hasrll Hunt ; their inter sts-his highest ambition ,. ) a cqpy gratfc, desired, for this I'roclamationv 11

.i Who is du'y: authorised reci'ive nil fees to ini-rit their confidence.Though lie one year. The lands reserved by law for the

., lip to tiiis date-iid receipt for the same. does not deny a preference to the -principle Five or more persons uniting Just received and for Sale schools, or for other PtltPosesand user the

: M. Crupper, of one of the contending parlie: that and forwarding tneir names to the .A:]' THE fractional sections bounded by the Georgia
:. agitate this State,- such line, will be excluded: from -
Clerk yet measures sale.
, ; Editor atbacribers, at one time, Pensacola fiooksioro.W. .
:Pensacoh 27th Nov. '1 826.1.Mrs. and such tr.en. OM.V as to hin .may seem Given under my hand at the City of

v best calculated In promote the public together wiJi tAeirfiaymcnt9t may: Hasell Hunt. Washington, this! 20tk day of May, A.. D1826. -
'" ltii: :, r:--1': good I, will receive his support, without receive the Work for the year at .

t. (:oi1 i i..iii...l UJ lilt. jmiljr o h l..ta oluimo tli..<.... *is-y ctnt each : thus reducinghe Pensacola, 2nd November" 1826. John Q. Adams.IJy .
The Editor Bees with pain, the dilemma Ameri.janTrees
price to 6 2-3 cents a Number the President
G I been under the necessity! of ,
ill 'vhich
is
r ( in
icorgia placed, regard
1-1.\suspending the publication!! of her, I to her relations: \vjiu"; the General Government making the whole cost :(inclu- and Heeds. George Graham,

t Weekly Messenger,"HI-1822, now proposes and the uvcfiil: crisis to which she ding IJos'age'for: the greatest .. :t 'rtUE subscriber, proprietor Comxritrioner, of the

to issue JtNe f first number: of its. is hastening. \Yittiout stopping to en- distance,)aboul 9 cents a Number. '.,' cvlL' ? of the Linnxan Botanic J17-30t. General Land Office.

wnt'inuotiont us soon as it has been ascertained f tjture wJietr r in the origin of this dispute x Suscriers'dll( be furnished fA; ;arden and Nurseries, near _.

I that sufficient patronage will bez4frde1 slvc had justice tm her side: lie from the ':- New-York, offers to the pub. TO LET
ornmcncement. ,
of the
{ ( 1 to defray the
expenses
plcdge&iiimsclf! : to use his unwearied exertions lic collections of American indigenous
work. The Otic! is already known.to be to An Indtx and Tale Page, suitable \ BRICK YARD well fitted,the efl.&AJoyment '.
'\ a preserve the rights and dignityof Trees, Plants and Seeds. This establish. .. of which
f. Mrs. .-1. S. CoLnir's thcbtate:: and to avert the evils that to b ound wi h.tbg volume, ment is well known for it; great extent, immediately. It is situated may be hid

> \VIMk1' threaten to overwhelm her In will the Twelfth and the and seeds ftmosheu on the bay
( le8set\ge, : supporting accmpany : plants being five -miles from PensacJa, at the ,
pIi.zi.tation
; ; the rights of Georgia, he shall not feel selected With Botanic The
.!. 'The chetrin reception: which it met Number. accuracy. anciently called .
4 hiiii,elf bouml to aE\iI! ;!, with unmcritfd abuse confidently rely on tlie.
public
may prompt
1"' :, with, an its Ikte publication: from ibc 41 Co'respondenis will be La Punta Gabaron.
I' the koveriuent; of the United and exact execution of their commands
; marj roip' tablr! Journals' in the United 'St. teHror ascribe to otlieis, the evils careful giving the names, Post and those gentlemen who ma.y wish or. For.fun her details and the conditions of

.I I States, and the substantial 1 aid it has nl- winch! may have arisen fro-u our own imprudence. Gffi i', ani State, to which the ders f for Europe t'lr elsewhere will be furnished the lease, apply to the owner, on the hpot
received give the Kditor to I
; ready: reason : \\ hcn\r. in his: opinion work is.tc be-..sent.tlooiel with every information on the or at his ueual residence in Pensacola, l be

: I. ;j lope protection that she and will courtesy not only from meet Lli'rir further*, hut censure may be deserved it shall nut be |C7: :\ sent to the ,Editor subject, and the articles desired will be being daily.at both places.
Y 1
/ withh" :d.--Ai a GEOROI.VX, in feeling! either shipped from New York, direct to Carlos LavaliaPensacolt
I from U1'71UIIC mail will
jvith
support generally. by paid or free
postage .
,
and interest, he will contend strenuously their p bee of destination,o?be forwarded 20th
It ".ill 7 nti*am (four pages: ru'all"-'arto, be his risk if there be September 1826-30tT
at. (
.., IJ' a- for every iota ati.her rijjht AS-A dcsceniUnt any to Philadelphia elsewhere.
II nIl l be delivered to suhscraIerevcy Suijrday -
( or the Martyrs of the Itcvolu. risk,) in their conveyance. Catalogues of the collection,of.American -
I at the price of four dollars annum THE 'ALfiV.M.AND
r, .!. advance.per tion, every attempt to .weaken the ilovtrnmentofhii Letters may be directed, Post Trees, Plants, Seeds, and ulso of the .
; payable quarterly in
Country or sever the l1- very extensive assortment ofl'ruit Trees
Mill he heretofore Paid to
Its contents us ,
I nion of th'-be Slates, will meet v/ith his: tdI the various'kinds, including ubcve Ladies'
, chiefly literary but there wIll be such :Dickinson Weekly Gazette.TWIS .
i 1 1 I ; utter I abhorrence, and determined oppo :Austin 500 new varieties selected fruits, found
I notices of other matters, of news, of rash- i .
4 .a.nevir is-
publication
sition. JVc'.Br JVTutdii Streef. ..,ew York. i i" no other establishment in Americaand
:Ci I. ions, of t.$ste! of marriages, and deaths, .
... :T.EIUIS.-Three Dollars annum, if will receive of onia per \V. HAS HUNT
.3 fn 1'1',1":0 it a vehicle of irenerui I ELL
.. .
, .1" interest: and amusement. end n. il :.1.,1.It:" )..car..... L'Distant. ll.JL.fj I I suubcii'jifcmust .,1 :tl/ -' _.:. .t... D *- tIp .tndplants, and.above 500 kinds , i N. 1 HPoison* residing at a distance above work.Per.sacola. tkOf4 SktW*** <*'a IS a S% % y ;3*w. lv% me: niu.v rdvutauie and
,
in all uuipices
cases in advance. (, obtained ,
the pay i plunts c. may r/srw, of \\.1
its
4 forward their subscriptions to as title
ml\ r Advertisementsinserted at the usualfatei. 31st Oct. 1826. I JlASKLL HUNT, and orders throu it designates, is appropriated

. Kd'ilor, pad f'tiitl. I. mail will nect with pionpt particularly! Jo the Ladies
Int t per
: ( Washington: City, .tune 13, 182(3.Subscriptions The four first Numbers are recc'r i exe It is devoted
.1.1 1 { r&eivedatthisofflcea M. BartlcLl cution. to the cause uf rir.
I ed and be the '
may seen at
:
I - -- --- --- WILLIAM PRINCE, tue, to knowledge and

. ; t r.t" rO'6'\\tS: ljit rV"... rri"L 8.: Pensacola Bookstore. I I C. M. of the Linean Society of Paris, of It will furnish information amusement.the

r Ji:t t r '. /'OR I'L.n LIS 111YG BT Su n.cCRl p. "l IE proprietor ol lht- PHILADELPHIA From the over of the National ; the of the I Horticultural Imperial Society Society of of the London l t.rgofiJiat and culture oI'plants, Rogers, &c.on use
Preacher J\o 4
tt ti nay, ALBUM: inicnddtstributingtlif for September. Florence, 2tc.Nov. ful receipts, a general weekly sum

. i: I r .7 ", ..YLV.7YYC2) following literary 7'o Rtudem.Those who read .*;-37 mary 0: foreign & domestic
I newsy
i I i J. KlUItrJOiniMIL prizes-tlw merit of the piros to and approve of this work, are respecii'ully'jrr.miuded -. with a rich fuad of choice and

! :* (;1 AT Wnrr-l'oixT: I, NEW-YOUK, KNTITLEHTHE l be decided by a committee of literary that it cannot PEJVSJICCLAIYL1u1ttting I miscellaneous literature. select It

t'k gentlemen of Philadelphia: viz be supported, agreeably 10 its ; lAb n, will be .
neatly printed fine
on :
:West-Point .Sentinel character and terms without an Subscribt-r, pa
For the best original tale, fifty T intending! to :make per, (expressly for
binding,)
consider! itjt. qmr-
rir ':'A LL ChSSl'S1(1 professions extended circulation. It is the important additions to la's Library
.
I necessary to establish oral least to dollars! in cash or a gold meclai of! wish of the Editor to aflord it as requests all persons who have books out to form-eight pag s without advertisements .

.; .q. tuko under their immediate patronage the vuine value_ to return them on or before the 1st day which are to be inserted

2 : home journal or periodical paper. They For; the vecond best original low as passible:: on superfine paper of December ; from which time to the on a cover. The price i ii
'. .t. .. ...... 'f their) coniinunicat that it may circulate the fur., 1st day of Janu
::: :. I & the Library will be
: l'f.
; .. ;&i au:: u. un: ""b-U talc,thirty dollars in cash or a goldIn' only Two Dollar8vpayaljle! by thosein
it ther and do the and. closed, for the ;
ci more of
ktt) the public! ; thrcugh they gaud : purpose t't.Iumberinb'and
-1 tflai i u.r le!: tamr value. the the city half yearly and by all
and arranging Hooks.
:c' press: their wishes feelings-announce I approving Headers will consent

'Isefur! discU\'cries'U\(1; :improvements and I For the beat original:'.liJsay, fifty to a few hours' rff"rt in obtaining Many Hooks have been lost by the others yearly in advance.-Subscriptions .

.
to its pages the}' resort from severer stu- dollars in cash or a gold medal1 or carelessness ot individual, who on their will be received at tholcrchant'

.ics io relax their minds with its selecf the same value. s'tiftccrluLT;: ?; the blessing of many, ; t'eparture from PC"i.Lcula, have neglected : 'Co Ce -House, A. R.

The Advocate U first t uciau;. afterwards to return them and it
though i is
() of wit, fancy, or novelty. For the second best original Essay may ; earnestly 're- Poole's Fancy Book Store Chn.-
,
the Doctor of medicine', the Merchant come upon i he'ut'and the?I I quested kit those who have tlitfa in

,: tho Atrr cu1tur ..t. uro-all accommodated twenty dollars in cash, or a work be relieved from possession wu l h udtheoi to tj ; gubscriber. nut street, S.C. Sheppard's 109 S.

: with their peculiar professional: miscellanies gold medal of the same value. may of any" Ninth Street, John R. 'Waller.
embarrassment.
-the vntarist of fashion the man For the best original Poem, not apprehension; ..- \\ '. Hasell Hunt. 209 N. Front Street, and at '>\'il.

cfscic' ctth eologi.ans ,& the Masonic Fraternity Ham Stavely'b 70 S. Third street
(
? '" exceeding one hundred lines, thirty NOTICE Pensacola November 7th 1826. *
? all support, and all enjoy the -
devoted dollars in cash, or a gold me ? of administration Philadelphia.
;t 'lenttit ot'Journals expressly to y ETTERS on the es4LJ -
I I- 1 -I their interests, and consulting their} dal of the same value.* tate offuoMAS U. HILL, lutc:- ef tjie Administrator's Sale.DY Among a numerous list of con..

, ft; tastes. For the second best originalPoem County of Kscambia decear.cd having permission of the lion. County'Court tributors are the names of Selleck.

The army, alone-has! hitherto been dcs- not exceeding one hundred been granted to tie Subscriber! by the I) lorthe County of Kscanibia.lwill Osborn, Ross, Ellen, the Bostua
this engine this useful 1 Ion.the County C urt of said County -.ale 1 for cash big-tt.
: ( tit ute of powerful lines, wenty dollars in cash, 0 r a j roddur to the Bard, &c. and in order to render
r l auxiliary and pleasing: com ltnion all persons having demands! against said I est bidder at 12 o'clock. on Saturday
the work editor
p Believing that the establishment: of a gold medal of the atne value. rs'.ute are requestedto present the same : 10th February 1327, iirfront of the CourtHouse i truly valuable, the

paper supply t tnis deficiency might adduce To ("forwarded free of ex. inrnediately and those! indebted are desired in the City:!: of Pensacola, aa the I will distribute premiums for on.

claims to the generosity and pro- penseto 71l08. C. Clark, proprietor to make pxyment to : properly or J. M.'Fiivx deceased, ginal articles amountinjfto glOO.

;. lection of the military gentlemen :n our of 'Ihc Album & Ladies' '''me ABel!, '11 'fe win 1l4 All communications- must be addressed ..
country, the editor k s ventured in this [ Clarke
' Administrator.Penxacola ; to Thomas C. ,
prospectus( to make proposals .fur the Weekly Gazette, Philadelphia, as stud City; and if the said! lot shall not : Editor
40
to be follows The Talee or'beforethe'firsf 2Cth r-ov.lBlo.--3B-. sufficient of -a.nd Proprietor, No. >
I lJUbhcatitJl01':1 weekly paper : on bring a sum money to pay I
---
iallca the WEST-l'OINT SBNTiKKL. : Letters for Ports.
: .JJShoutd the 'fcisays on or before the ''twentieth Foreign against the Estate of the said deceased, copying ihi will be furnish*
sufficient encouragement 'beI "jlirtiie information ot those who put I shall proceed immediately '
at the same sed with the Album and Lad. 1 Ii-
I held cut to iiiin: :tall his own industry 'and day 'January next-and the JL bttera in this Office directed to foreign time and place! to sell Lot N'CI.171 in said
Gazette
I ability, assisted by the kindness of several Foenta-on or before the: twenty secOnd port the following extract from the Instructions" City. Weekly as an equivalent*

! gentlemen literary character will 'day of February next, each of the Pest:ulster .lencrul is Postmasters and others will be entitled
M.
I be brought into the fieldto display: a banner article to be accompanied with a published. Letters :have frequently been Crupper, to every sixth copy they may

worthy! to be the rallying point the writer'sn put ia \leii: oHict, which not having; the ritrk and e.r-ocio Jldir.r.Pensacola .. order. S
sealed the
_._ pride & ornament' of the Anr&cY.rtrmy. note, containing postage on them paid will never reach 20th Nov. 1826-38-tdfcj 'PhiJ 30.
deJphia, May
: 'Ip 1'oh'tiCH, so far as thc)' are of a personal Arne and adtlress, which will in the place of their destination. lt ,. .

t ',. nnd: partizan character will be slediouslyavoided. no case be opened, unless a pr<*. Exlrut.-"If aivy letters are placed ina } ALKo LEASE. -

.\bstracof current.events will mium be awarded to the writer I'ost-Oftce( be sent to a seu-port by ..' ; HE SUllSCltl5! : ol>crs his MILL ddrnin istrator's Notice

he: given regularly:. und fully; military thereof. pus, and thence by sliip! to some; foreign *! I:j property in the vicinity of PeiraacoUjur pursuance: of the provisions: of th e
:
tactics ;.'.J discoveries in the departlucnla plice: the postage of such letter for such iJALE ur LEASE: with :, extensive IN thirtyeventh section of an act of tb>
1 ot :'oeic' will Uw Bwtluoubly colicclcd fcCT F.rlitnrathroughout the distance it ii to be conveyed 'post: Legislative! Council of the Territory Of

I and announced: in our columns ; United: States'are respectfully solicited must be paid at the |ilace reception, Vjoi\i\act toi! lATOibitt : FloridaRespectiuij the I'rabatc of will!*

these with a general miscellany of poetry to give the above one or otherwise it is not to be forwarded. ': and tho granting of Letters of AdP'J'Jtration -
# ,' original 1 and select biography and WJ Haseli Hunt with the Navy \gcnt. The property con- -
more insertions. and the duties of Executors,
,
f wllwe. trust, afford ists of 1600 acpuns of laud, \Vc supplied
aiiusingtnecdotes
1
Approvea
i : deserving1 the ..patroni"e October 1826. rott ",J1a, !r. with prime titnuet and two Mill Seats. miaislrators and Guardians"
an entertainment Post Office Pcn'i3col20th .. 8th June 182.3LNotice
182i.r
: otur subscriber, and srviczblc to Nov_ _..... One prime MiU! having two saws in ope.,
.I the best interests of our country. X\tic. ration timeLandIng now in use for cunveyin ;is hereby Givento
,
: Nute.
The above Journal will DC issued week- ; Lumber to the Navy Yard or any all creditors and p-eriuus .entitled to

J' Jv.aml compline eight pa, es, octavo, )it\ **** persons having demands against: Jonathan Dearman 1vt. market in the b.-iy of Mexico, does not diatrilmtion of the Ji-state of JU J.

.' closely. printed on new :rgeois: type, the estates of JOSEPH GOU&IA, IXFBASCISCO > In Attachment exceed one fourth of a mile fruni the MILLER late of tile County of bscam-

: I :: delivered to subscribers at two dclI : Vr.aKANiiEz.aiul: W-inu. DAIMA. Eflbrti Jones. 3 mill, any person wishing: to engage in business bia. in the Territory Florida: deceaseathat

'. and payaole in advance or cio, late of this County tleceased are ,,1rJN' this case Writ .Attachment hal ot that:. kind would -du well to call:& their claims and demands win "e

Jars per dollars annum and tilt cents if not paid befere -' hereby requested to present the same immediately ii been issued and levied on certain cat. on the wibacribcr I barred at the expiration of two yea". .
) .
two expiration of sixmoatus.Lj'All to the subscriber ; and all persons -I tie of the said defendant, and a suit I instituted T.: EnlisIi.TI from the :IMth day of January 182&, Ut"

conunanicatiuns (I post paid) re- indebted to said estates, will please r in the Superior Court for the 'Wes me Mobile Commercial Advertiserwill less cxhiiiitcd v.-uhin that time to the
\ ( !} nuke without
payment delay to I tern-.Uistrict Florida.Adam. Adiiuniitiratur.
id tiie abi.ve publication may De di.I. give th'fci four insertions two in tiie
lathe ;
xected to OBHIClv VAN VEGIITBN, .!\1. Crupper, .Gordon.,4tty. City.pnper und two in the Country pu.PVen \\'. Hasell Hunt.,

:'ewDurglI, Orange counl>', New York. : Clerk &f.ex-officio Aim'r. 1 far P.lJ .fddnillr fJ!' ,

(Tctobcr. ir, ItJJ6. rer.a toh 20th? Nor 1.e26-J t. Pcn cola \h U9)8JS 4U'-t. acoli December 1, 1826-29 Pens"cob,tic3t.ib. ; 8thI NJ\'eI11lcr,1j.( !

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