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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: February 9, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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-'o\ 01. IlL (Principle.not:kolnirrr. ) PENSACOLA. FRIDAY :FEBRUARY 9 1827. -- -
(Open to mi parties : inOnrn""d by ..) Yo.9 9.1'U13LISIZEU .
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IVEC&I.1, BY I. challenges, \0 appear before cord shall be delivered;. to the Justice I Sec. 20. Be it further. enacted J _and. duties 1
W. HASELL HUNT, I I said! Justice, at the time and placein ofhe Peace for the County, That where any person shall make or of Public accounts for the Territory
JJOI.E Kmron .\"\a r/iorr.ir.TOK ; I IJ I such warrant directed, and if most convenient to where tb:j! late application to a magistrate! and of Florida which was made
the l/l rind Stales sufficient number of those Justice resided.Sec. .
:ublishcrofthc laces.f summoned make oath or affirmation that he the order of the day for :o-d:1'! be
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real ttf the Territory; uf I urdl. shall not or of 14. Be it further exacted
appear, any or she verily believes that the per- committed to a special committeeof ,
:'l'CJ1rTio.sY S5 those appearing shall be challenged That it shall be the duty of the son of whom he complains is aboutto three, with instructions to make
Half year 3 and aside and the deficit Clerk of the countvwithintenda
set } safter assault beat wound him such
ffuavi-r yo.ir 1 50 or or amendments in the bill as
Subscription; payable in advance. shall be supplied from the bystanders the order of the Judge ul'the otherwise do him some great bod. may seem expedient, and Messrs.
Ai FKTiMNfi Kvrry atlvcit'scinriit: or such others as the officers County Court as aforesaid to no ;! ily harm, it shall! he the duty of Wyatt, Dog.ijett and Macon
were
cft'itwiilth} of on. column anti iru'a"uring can procure, the Justice of the tify the Justice of the same. I said magistrate to issue his war- appointed of thai committee.
vtn;f'tf': than dollaretl+ tivlve liuf"Jo'\\vi-kly(If lhi h'l/enntutl-1| {'fir.f t i iJ.ic'itcn [I Peace shall 1)I reed to charge Sec. 15. B'e it further enacted rant and cause the person, against Messrs. Doggett, Woodruff, Macon

e..1! 'e 11 fly ffiits: ; longer j-n.1 uidrr u'.i'-s at said jury on oath well and truly to That it shall be the duty of the whom such complaint has been Pinkham and Wyatt were appointed
.!ile i -.itn(' nito. Hule and! li:!mi' '\\,1 k, try the cause submitted to them Justice, upon receiving such order, made, to be brought before him, a committee to ,',,'nljl,' I"in'f the fiat iiiM-itiuii. Ad- by the parties and a true verdictto forthwith to apply! to the cleik of' and upon examination he shall to Congress.!
\rrtiiwnts will br ta.::trl' lly di.;>]nd.rroriliny render the evi such court for said records and
according cause him or them to give bond, Messrs. Dell, Mitchel and Alba
: : to the nature "if Tilt-in; a-il: 'till.i1'nvmnod I
-. hv matter this Tie i type. dence. And said Justice shall preside papers, and the clerk shall dc'iver I with approved security, to keep were appointed a committee on
Ufi,-ll iiiMMli-d nt int'M-val'-. Ornt i i-.n.-i in-I I over said trial, preserve order the same, and the Justice into the peace for twelve months, and I schools.
M'rte.,t ('Vf'r'd.... Ii out the} tint t-. tiif. I and decorum, and determine whose hands such records and papers i upon failure to give such bond Messrs. Speight, McKenoon
last! iu.:crricin.,) f':H'1 ill f.'rti.1IwillI)/* c.ar: ; questions of law arising out of the are placed, under the p'ovi- when required it shall!! he lawful and Barker were appointed a com.
I'd l ua clew iVtTt.t.riu'Mii.;: IIt.-"tmomif"; for
itihctiiMii'piy] ;>!"'i"\ :11\:1)s on UT l.ilj roj.tiii'-ts will be nude with party, and shall render judgement i same power and authority to ssuc such b(+nd shall be given, motion of Mr. Macon the
tin'';e \\1.0 wish to advertise by the yeai.U agreeably to the verdict when returned I' any process thereon aa on hia! own and when any bond given as afore- Council adjourned until to-morrow
}* roinmuui'-atiiiir directed Ia to will\r'l to him by said jury. records and papers, and the Hcims said shall be forfrittd it shall be morning 10 o'clock.Tuesday .
ir.--i-ll Hunt, foot Master! Pcnsac"' ,
he duly attended t'). Sec. 7. lit it further enacted, and doings of said Justice qn ;;aid the duty of the Justice to place December 19th. 5
That said Justice of the Peace records and papers, o lodyedwthhim t:I :he same in the hands of the attorney Council met pursuant to ad
:RTtAAw shall further have power to fine shall be as good a.d 1 iJU in j! c-f the Territory, who shall i journment.
"; the Constable or other officer, in law as if done from his ovn records -i iI I proceed thereon in :he same manner lr.Vyatt presented the petition
any sum not exceeding five dollars, and papers. I as upon other bonds forfeited.Sec. of John \V. Levinus, the contractor -
%Sffi'ife riflfs for failing to summon said: jury, Sec. 16. Be it further enacted, 21. Be it further enacted, for erecting the public
TTn agreeably to the warrant issued That when the office of any Justiceof That where any person shall make building at Tallahassee, praying
for that p-urpuseand shall also impose the Peace has or shall hereafter :implication for a, warrant, under for an additional allowance from

'' ..,,- a fine on delinquent disorderly become vacant, by resignation, removal 'he !provisions of the former sec the Territory, which on motion of
'to' :So" jurors in any sum not ex- or the acceptance ot tn in. lion of this act, or charging i tny' Mr. Mitchel was referred to the 1
;::1 ceeding five Dollars, having pre- compatible office, the person so person with the commission of any com. on claims Also ihe petition
viously summoned such offenderto" making the vacancy shall, 'vithin i crime or misdemeanorand the par- of Mrs. Carr and Mrs. Truluck,
shew cause to the contrary.Sec. thirty days after such vacancy is i ty shall fail to establish such prayifig a sustenance in conse- ,I
\ act to amend an act to authorise the
\appointment of Justices of the I'eaco 8. Be it further enacted, occasioned, return his official papers I charge, it shall be J lawful for the quince of injuries' sustained from .
and defining their Powers. That it shall be the duty of the and records to the nearest magistrate to tax the party makingsuch the Indians, which was aso referred -
He it enacted by the Governor Constable to endorse on the war Justice of the Peace in the Districtor application with all costs, to the committee on cl .
find Legislative Council of the rant, the day it was executed, the County in which he was! commissioned and issue his execution therefor. Two several message in writing
Territory of Florida, That hereafter Justice before whom it is to be a Justiceund the penalty i Sec.22. And brit further enacted, from his Excellency the Jo- .
Justices of the Peace, in the tried, the place that the trial is to of one hundred dollar, to be I That this act shall lic in force vernor by H.V.. Williams Esq.
; several Counties in this Territory, be atand the day the trial is to be, recovered oefore any court having I from the first day of March next, his private secretary, accompany
shall have exclusive original jurisdiction and no Justice shall proceed to try jurisdiction of the same and paid I 8c sections four, five, seven, eight, ing documents in relation to the s
of all sums not exceeding any suit except by consent of the into the Territorial Trrasl.1'}'. nine, ten, and eleven of the act authorising population of th-, Territory and (
fifty dollars, exclusive of costs parties, unless! it shall appear by And when the office of a Justiceof the appointment of Jus- upon the sul';;xt of For St. Marks,
and interest, founded on any spe the return of the Constable that the Peace has or shall hl'rt>:tfkr.. tisces of the Peace Sc defining their which were read, and on motion
ciality, bill or note, in writing or the summons had been executed a I become vacant by death, his official pow -i., approved December 29lh of Mitcbel, laid on the table Tor the
account. reasonable time before the day ,)i'j papers and records shall be transmitted : 1824, and also so much of the third inspection and information of the.
Sec. 2. Be tt further enacted, trial ; Provided that such service J to the clerkjs other by :his i section as is inconsistent! here members. ;
That it shall not be lawful for a shall be at least three days before executors or administrators! WI: h. with and ili other acts or parts of Mr. Pinkham gave notice that
Justice of the Peace to issue any ; the trial. 'in two months ui'ter they obtain I acts repugnant toand inconsistent he would on some future day ask
--"" warrant in any civil case, except i Sec. 9. He it further enacted, letters of adminislrrtion; -und i if I with, the provisions of this act, brand leave to introduce a bill to regulate
on personal or written application I'' That when any appellee shall reside I no executor or administrator be he ?ai p are hereby repealed. fences.
of the Plaintiff, his agent or attorney out of this Territory, bo thata I appointed or qualified J to "act. the 1'aascd 19lh .);l.l1ulry 1827.H. Mr. \Vyatt agreeably! to notice
to him, or filing with him subpoena cannot be served up- said papers and records ,shall be D. STUN, previously given obtained leave
the bond,note, or some other written I on him, it may be lawful for the returned by the heirs of Such deceased President. E TINliLK"Clerk.of the ;."!uishiti\e! Council.OHO. and introduced a bill entitled

speciality, as, evidence of the appellant to proceed to advertisein justice who are above the Approved, ,l.uuiary "Oth, 1827. "an act appointing Trustees for x
debt. some newspaper, authorized, bylaw I.age of t wen t} -one years: ; and by \VM. 1'. DUVAL, Tort St. Marks, Leon County, Florida -
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted_ to publish advertisements, under -:! the guardian or guardians of such Governor of the.. Territory. of Florida.Legist and defining their powers/' s
That whenever any Plaintiff, his the same rules and regulations heirs, if under that age, under the -_-.._-+i NF 2:::: .a6.iIiilctay *- --==-- which was read, and on motion of

agent or attorneyshall make oathor as are directed in suits in t pains and penalties prescribed in I II an M i roccedings.Usremoer Mr. Mitchel, ordered that one copy -
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affirmation before caid Justice, chancery, which shall be equivalent I the foregoing] part of this section .i : =-=--::=18//z= --,=132G.----- of the same he made and served

of the debt demanded and that he to a service of the subprcna 'I arid to 1 recovered and applied in I Mr. Pi.ikiiam offered the petition -I upon the members of this house,

verily believes that he will be in and the court shall proceed to the same manner.' of suncliy: inhabitants of Jackson ., and mace the order of the day for -
danger of losing the same or some hear and det' "ne the same in II Sec. 17. Be it further enacted, County, praying for the establishment Tuesday J next.
part thereof, if \he defendant or the same manner as if the subpoena j That it shall be the duty 'J1'ea h of ferry across Holmes' Also a bill entitled "an act pro-
defendants be not held to bail, it had been returned executed.Sec. I Justice of the Peace,wno in iV I':ve Creek.Or: biding for the election cf County
shall be his duty to issue his warrant I 10. Be it further enacted, been or shall hereafter be cumir.is- motion of Mr. Mitrhcl thee Officers," which was read nnu ordered -
and endorse thereon that spe- That in all cases, where the sum sioned for any county and who to be printed, and made
the
I ; ling Ol same wan dispensed
cilIhail is required, and the offi due or secured by any instrumentof may have been or shall h.-rczxwr witt., and the :said petition was referred the order of the day fir Tuesdaynext. _
r.er upon executing the same shall writing, shall be reduced by I be included it lin the bounds of II to she committee on internalimprovement. .
lake bail, endorsed upon the warrant credits endorsed thereon, to a I a nest County established 1 i 1 in par: On motion of Mr. Doggett.; the
in the following words, to wit. sum not exceeding fifty Dollars, in or entirely out of the County l Mitchel offered the following council resolved itself into a com.
"I. A. B do hereby agree to be all such cases Justices of the Peace which he was conimissioiedt'j! % issue resolution; of the whole, Mr. Mitchel in the

special bail for the within named shall have exclusive jurisdictionfor execution on all judgments Resolved, That a com. of three chair, for the consideration of a
.I C. D. witness my hand and seal tie recovery of such balance. rendered by him previous to the be apnointed to enquire into the bill entitled "an act concerning
thisday of ** and on theDefendant's Sec. 11. Be it further enacted, establishment: of a new county and expediency constituting medical : the appointment and duties of a ;
} failing or refusing to That in all case of a trial beforea at any time subsequent to the e- boards, to examine and authorise Treasurer and Auditor of Public
give i such bail, the officer is hereby magistrate the parties litigant rection;' such new cour ty,and to candidates for the practice of Physic accounts for the Territory of Florida'
directed lo commit him, her shall have the right to settle the do and perform every other legalact and to practice the and after some ti i!r.e spent !

or them to the jail of his county, difference by arbitration, as is allowed -. and thing necessary to carry same in this surgery Territory, and to report therein, on motion of Air. Woodruff
until heshe or they shall give such by law in causes pending in any such judgment into effect. by bill or otherwise.Vhich the com. rose, reported pro-
bail, or be otherwise dischargedby court record in this Territory, Sec. 18. Be it further enacted, was read and laid on the table gress and asked leave to sit; again. t
due course of law, and the offi- & the award returned by the arbitrators i-I That in trials in cases of deal or till tomorrow.Mr. The Council had; a recess until k
cer for taking such bail, shall be shall be made the judgment : account before a Justice of the Macon, from the Com. on three o'clock, at which hour they rfi1'
entitled! to Twenty five cents to be of the Justice, subject however toi i Peace when the amount does not the,judiciary, reported a bill entitled met, and on motion of lr.Ii'ch- *
taxed in the bill of ccsts. an appeal under the same rules and exceed the sum of fifteen dollarsit an act to prevent the future el the Council again resolved itself L; *at
Sec. 4. Re it further enacted, regulations as other cases of appeal shall be lawful for the Plaintiff 10 i migration of free negroes or mu- into a com. of the whole, Mr. 1l
That the Justice of tne Peace shall from the judgment of a Jus- require the defendant to answer on 1 lattoes to this Territory." A bill litchel in the chairfor the further
krep a book in which he shall record tice. oath whether the same is not due entitled (f an act to apprehend fugitives consideration of said bill, aim after -
all ,his proceedings, and all Sec. 12. Be it further enacted, and owing by him\ but if the defendant from justice in certain ca- some time spent therein, the
Justices of the Peace shall ba exempted That hereafter, when any Justiceof shall deny the same, the Plaintiff : sesa"' bill entitled an act to regulate com. rose and reported the same
from serving on grand or the Peace shall resign or remove shall not have judgment unless I chancery proceedings, anda : with sundry amendments, which I
Petit Juries.Sec. out of the County or dis- he shall establish his claim by two bill entitled 'C an act respecting were agreed to, and on motion vf
5. Be it further enacted, trict, it shall be his express dutyto or more creditable witnesses: or depositions," which were severally i I Mr. Mitchel the said bill was recommitted -
That each Justice, or other person return all the papers and his record by one creditable witness with corroborating I read and made the order of the to a special, com. with i

who may have possession of their ;. book to the nearest magistrate circumstances. And day for Monday next, and ordered instructions to report the same
in his district in wherever the defendant shall al with the amendments, and Messrs.
I'i'ecordsshall on application of any or the to be printed-also a hill entitled I
person deliver to such person a county, or, in case of the death cf ledge matter in avoidance_ of the I" an act in relation to writs of ne Mitchel, Doggett and Wyatt were
fair copy attested b}' him of any such Justic ,the Clerk of the coun- Plaintiff's demand, he may: in like i exeat1 which was read and made appointed of that com.
record of the proceedings of such ty Court shaH demand and receive manr.er and subject to the like the order of the day for Thursday On motion of Mr. Macon, the
Justice. And for failing so to do from the Representatives of such rules require Plaintiff to answer i next and ordered to be copied.Mr. council adjourned until to-morrow
Justice such and record such oathand on neglect 10 o'clock.
without! reasonable excuse shall : papers allegations on
McKeunon, from the com. I II
forfeit to the party so applying book to be by such Clerk filed or refusal to attend or answer I I to whom was referred the petition i .- -- "- -, .- \ j
Ten Dollars, to be recovered by and preserved in his office. after summons, the Justice may I inhabitants of F2.OB.roA V1.NI.LS. \
sundry Vashington -
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warrant. Sec. 13. further use attachment and other compulsory i
Sec. 6. He it further enacted, Thai whenever tile office of a Jus- proceedings to bring the said and Jackson" counties, reported letter from JOSLHI M. :ii ;rt.
entitled define theboundary
bill act to
That in all cases tried and deter- tice of the Peace ,of any County party before him, Provided, that I E! a lines an Delegate from Florida tj C. F.
within this shall have in this section shall be Washington MERCER Chairman of the C'cnimittce .
mined btfore a Justice where the Territory, nothing
which read and 1
County, wa on
hodds and Canal
shall be hereafter become vacant by construed to authorise either partylo of 1I
matter in controversy, above or may motion of ltr.VYltt was ordered I
five Dollars, if either party death and the records and papers of be sworn, unless thereto required : U'as/tinfftonj Dec. 182G.
I I to be read a second time on Saturday
Sir A resolution which I hart
bhall require jury, the ,Justice so such Justice, whose office is so va- by the adverse party. :i :
trying the cause shall by warrant catedare lodged in the office of the Sec. 19. Be it further enacted, I next. the honor to offer in the House of:
authorise the Constable or other Clerk of such County Courtit shall That all the Judges of the County On motion of Mr. Doggett, the Representatives on the inst. proposing ;
officer to summon jury possess be the duly of the Clerk to inform Court and Justices of the Peace be I orders of the day were taken up. an inquiry into the expediency ; ,
ing the same qualifications as jurors the Judge of the County Court authorized and they are hereby On motion of :Mr. Doggett or- of making an appropriation
in the Superior Courts and thereof and the said Judge shall empowered to solemnize the rites dered, that the bill entitled an for opening and improving;:;
and of act concerning be oppoiniment an inland navigation, from SI;.
the direct that such re- matrimony.
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1 Mary's to Cape Florulai and from lion, thet even feeble forcei; entrenched words, it admits a steam-boat another, until ha nrrivcd\ at Cape I referred to, m connection tvi .

Appalachicola! through St. An at the Havana,fltighthUll: our navigation as far south in the Florida, and from thence through the I Meet, to present a TflhI'at.r, ,. >! .,

drew's Day to Choctawhacbic\vas whole trade in rheck in this quarter. Territory as 28 30'. Almost all keys i is said{ to he a safe navigationto j from advantage such tlir toven TUt '-' .' ; .

t referred to the Committee ofwhich I Such a fortesss he saw and f felt, ought, the land through which it passesis "the Tortugas, and from that pointto not only return Ai work.to th!T.i'i.-i.,! ..,\; .. .
> The ol Cuba is only about sixty miles. pbc!; tr't.i'.._ :.
1 you arc Chairman. t hy the rcat law self-preservation, public land growth j timc-'i the un nat of ti't SIln
I leave hrloncr, the United States.0 timber live oak, The Committee( will also deriveBlI1l'h it s improvement in cXpl.'n '
beg :o submit, for the to to ; pine, cypress I the: itmcrea.j t .

'I J!, consideration of the Committee, :\ \\", it i, one of the mast; importantiew and cedar unequalled in quantityand information of this country of the publ.c land suited tn V'j ',* ..-

I : such lug et"nl' as induced me to \ '! which: can lie tak; 'ii of the propped quality in the United States. from the interesting report[ of Col. for btc staples, hnt would ofu-ii a ''i.\t.o: '

: propose the inquiry, end which I I ('-ruilt' aciosVtiio FloruHan peninsula Where'ver' the ,lands are cleared, Gadsden, who was charged with the I the fisheries enterprises of the of a .liKer-n't CLh1\! ;*
I Florida' > -,.. '
L' trust will be considered of sufficient ; that it altnott wholly destroys they become adapted to the cul- survey of the road from St. .AII 'US- I nufacturc of salt, a:, .....t. .Ie.i Vs..,- '

i national importance to justify the powrruf Culia, as a check over ture of sugar, oranges lemons,, tine to Cape Florida. This line ofcommunication i I which aiv ojtfcts! of j; ..:at ;i'n!};*.t.M., -'

I the-rnconsiderafcle expenditure our trade. This canal would l be, limes, almonds, olives, the guaya, from the southern ex- ,rthynf.anlh.ve r cc,vc't.! lht' .. ::

; that would be required. As both of choice, the route of ever'bOUnd vc s--'I: rice, 8cc. according to the pal'ic.uJar tremitv 1)10111'continent to South Carolina II tion It will four afibM Kovrrnnie'it,. tc.ii'
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these objects are connected with. into or out of the Gulf of Mexi locality of the spot. All these ;derives! :additional; importai e: the live oak, and other mCH.w nC |-,'\'.\< !>nrtln-'

J, the contewplatfd'canal across the co. Instead passing ourselves along articles have been, and at this mo from the contemplated connexion of r our navy yards, and v.du to : .' .:rnb"r'to

promontary of Florida, to connect the !shores Cubaall the foreign: navigation ment are, produced in the Territory Charleston Harbor with the Dismnl: I II every quarter of the coast irk oM'rJ; ()

J the waters of the Gulf of Mexico I both of the European powers and their culture is capable of Swamp Canal: which will furnish an I I I Ida.. \\'hethertlmr ship cau,| smmlI! : : : '

Jt and the Atlantic, the one being at and tlieir: colonies and of 1 the new American I I indefinite extension. To Iii)' open interior passage: at very trifling cx- I' ocean at St. ;\U II''C. St. Jl!,"'7opSeMark's ,

would I this to tliu: Seat of Government it will |1. % C' ,he. 'lIhoe,, "
; Republics
I its di.em pgutntcnt. on the Atlantic prefer this region to convenient access, j 1,1'a', oIl 1 and south of : a.t nr !,
j it
the
4 t coast, and the other on the line passocT} to the difficult and dangerous; i and make it contribute in consequence the United States, and to all! the points; I the trade ufthe .' 11'U'teringroun'l, r.-

1 interior. navigation along the navigation.! of those: already existing: i to the public and.individual I on our southern const: connected, 1)\' I. tine, which was :rnonced liWaWppi. :it. ,\u {u .

;ii; coast of me Gulf to the Mississippi by nature. The United S.ttt1'swnulcl, advantage would require but little their numerous rivers, with this com I ImUl1ication. I,. ney the finest cii'n.ite on the hYl!"'. 0' .

: a few preliminary! remarks, on consequently, layucry; considerable labor and expenditure to be bestowed If: I may be permittedto I and Fernandina, will b-c n : C"'i'l"n'' :r 'I .;.-:
portion of the between the of this pots and acqur i a :
commerce anticipate completion con
the of that national \l' '
ct and ,
I subjt great in straitf henmg deepening natural WI;";
and local 4r' .
merira and under direct work and refer the pOitits
Europe to to
contribution advantages I giv le
object, aynoi -inappropriate the channel. An expense elevated claims I
or uninteresting.The in the ftH1U of the toll i *; which I estuned at tea thousand dollars.in: it would secure, it promises results the ty in their vicinity to, and u-ilj the rccciv iMibh.!c pr'JD .

would .justly$] be exacted: for t the pas most astonishing to those who have spond.ng improvement a Corre
the opinion of judges in
: competent value
result di i preliminarysurveys sage of this canal, and i which i, as they would completely an inland never reflected! on the subiect.r and Upon tne suoject of the otll!_,_._/I.>?..-,
J which have been made of the would adequate to all the expenses I open I developes the advantages we shall; derive I the resolution, w.uch: propose'n* an"' ''''n .1 lOt

.. line of the Florida canal is in every of its preservation- and repair: tide navigationfrorn 28 30' the from the acquisition of that much ination imo. thepropriety of uf>c-nin.; eUrn... the
head of the of the StJohn's
respect such as to jusify the pa would leave the free jMssage-a; gratuitous navigation neglected Territory ceded to us communication between .\rrad: ;hic'IIa.
Roman in South- through St. .\
tronage extended to this work, by i advantage! of American'vessels. to Cape in the late Treaty with Spain. The liacimie: I iuirew' in.; (0 C;, ) :.,w-
Carolina in 33 8' the beg lc.tve to-l'cf
1 1I Congress as the lust Session. It Such \vouM lie the importance of bringingto Island of Cuba, in its geographicalextent dressed at the last session of to a Id r alt.

I was evidently the sense of the National the Canal even; in the i.snt state of, Atlantic markets from our own is very little greater than one the Committee of lloadi: : and Cal\(;,OIC.3 tl)

. i J! Legislature, that while the the nei;!nborinir! regions. But when i Terr.lory all the products whichcan of our largest; States, and vet the exports Senate:) to be found .inonff tip: li printcll i'm the

:, : proposed canal would, in its first we look to tin(* prospect of the opening be brought from :be West of that Island arc'about two- the documents ot that body, fur a rfet4J ot-

operation, 'benefit the i of canal the TsHunus of Indies.Nor. situa1ion of that CoUntry,
country a through thirds! of those of the whole! twenty- become which Ins

through which it passed ; optn Central 'Americawe immediately is the facility for a l.cctrci four States. This great disproportion tiKUity ;to more St.Joseph's interesting from its c m.

r' the public) domaine to rapid population perceive other aria most important i line of inland navigation en the is in consequence of the greater ..Hilcs would unite the Bav.waters. A of cutoff V?
the _
J bring to"- a ready sale the bearings of the Florida Canal on the eastern coast of Florida, less irnporttnt value of their productions[ in exchange; palachicolH, which is navig-aJL! lor .

public lands, and add to the aggregate public ') 'O? perity. When the twoTvorks to theimmediate .growth or for market. The I Territory of I hoats several hundred l miles, anl .S"teull.\n.:

of the national wealth the : ; are executed, they will constitute of Me Territory itself, and the ; Florida( which i is capable of producing } : drews uachie Uy and from thence to CatJctaw.[

products of a, region probably not the two keys to the navigation consequent advantage of the Uni. nearly ;all the articles of Cuba, would connect another them cut of four inilea uny!

equalled in the United States, in j from the Atlantic ti the Pacific. The toother r: I has
: on. From St. :Mary's to St. Joha's, scarcely :attracted, in five years the poi.,1 of connexion

( the number and variety of articles I exdmive possession of the If lorida within Amelia-Island, a safe and I which it has been in possession of the :,t. Jiosa's Bay and Sound westward, by !'tIU4jCO throug't

t to whose growth it is adapted ; it L Canal.will enable. the United States convenient route already exists ; i United Stales- ,1 _nnv n_.' -nltnntinti."_u.... .., .in.. *rnn-, II. I to within one lulf mile| of -Percli.Jn-......"' ,I..u.lln! :.
-
; would in its indirect operation, afford to make. terms fur a free passage J with the aid of some inconsiderable sequence: of the desolation occasioned from is an ope, steatn boat IJavirat1o,'., :11t i
the most important facilities throJllvl"'the Canal of Central Amur- I PcnlMoto Mo!>,;Ju Ihy a cut
., improvement. A canal ofse\'en by tJo invasion of J8U, from miles- further, would nuke ti ttJUr'
to the whole coasting trade of the ca ; because, if this be denied us, we miles in length would, by means which it is hut just now recovering. I in-inicatioii! open' to NeW. Jrle1/s wh--:;: .H-

; Northern and Eastern States and can condemn every- vessel bound to The believed I: is
I ofPablo'River, and North River, unadjusted State of land titles, that the whole work fr .
f the whole inland the (iiistemalian! Canal to the Uoii; from exc"is.
to navigation of stem connett the mouth of the St.John's irum the delays ofour Government, the M.sssippl: -\.ppahtl'U: _
the Western Gu'fsiiram' The Republic of Cen la, being. only about
waters. ; with the harbor of St. Au- thL- ":ery limited information! of its rcsourcp.it twelve flidts 11I1ht;
; ira! America awl oftlw United States be acc.oinplisliet' fr one hundred
If, :It( is :n the highest'degree gratifying gustin A second cut of six and the want of this communication sand dollars, and the th"u-
the one the
already on
most
,< to learn, that a work of will be bound friendly looting, miles would open a communication by which: its valuable productions object of Urn inquiry, fur more about"immediate
this
, : J. such singular, and I may say unexampled i tie of mutual interest.together by The Florida new fl'on1'1 lanza to .1\1 U8G uito, could be carried from the of twenty thousand. The ccomplishmcnt

a aft' utility is found ou sur by means of the intermediate rivers southern extremity of the peninsula, I hs work woHld open an iHerlOt":t a'TI ._
Canaljthereibre will be of } boat
:.. veyto be capable of being excava- the utmost and sountia. From Musquito to Savannah and Charleston; and; :I anil( n.n'igation, f about three l "dred
the fitly miles'
importance
as means ufilhlH'iGg.ttJ coastw' in
1 ted on terms far within the general the U. S. desirable to Indian River 'passage wouldbe f fr.'iin: those places the eastern cities, direct line from the Missi almost a
every privilege in "ippi i to the \ .
loose estimates, which had ; s..stemoff.mmullicationacro( opened by a cut of about one in their numerous and singular pack- lantc, winch would be :
uy the necessar.ly COrI
s }-
been previously formed. Thereis American Isthmus to the Pacific. A half mile. Thus by three portions et ships and merchant vessels, or to I j'I nected with the ship channel across: -.-:

I every prospect tharthis all-im communication which will of a canal, extending in the. the centre of the Union, by means of 1 the peninsula, which has not only attracted
unquestionably attention, but
portant communication betweenthe be burdened with duties whole but thirteen and a haif miles the Dismal Swamp Canal;before alluded the ablest emmtistetjie !)upi> j.r"t
heavy men of the Union. ,... .
I. two great portions of the U- and tolls against all l! States not possessing a line of coast of five hundied and to. which claims pre-eminence- of q v all-- others\JJUWfe

mon-between the Atlantic and such an offset. nut, in additionto : eighty-six mH would be opened Therere .annually gathered at St. Augustine l for the purposes: of universal national be.,

Western waters-can be openedfor this, and on A wider view of the : to a safe and commodious inlandcommunication about twelve hundred thousand nefit as a saving to the Government aa
moderate At I oranges! and in the vicinity, about three a source (if incalculable
t a sum. the same subject, tin moment the Isthmus shall l i from St. Mart's I hundred 'tho sU1.1 commercial and profit to very
more. There
timrthe' finest public he excavated to Tortugas. The nature of the are agricultural citizen of'the
1.. economy thl11111 the Florida some trees supposed to be about 120 Union. It wouldsavethe
would justify its being underaken Canal become the high-way of the soil affords every facility for the yeiLrs old, which! bear at this time four the annual naval appropriation government fur f
the
,, and excavated even at'the highest trade brtweeu Europe 6n the one side, works necessary for this object. thousand oranges. Tl\is quantity docs suppression of piracy. It would save half

I, cost, at which it has ever been_ es and Asia on the Omcr ; mIll it is not The lines necessary to be opered !. not supply the United States with one the amount in the transportation of naval

,.. timated. A single supposition too much to 10 of twentieth part of the consumption of this and military stores. It would save tluu
\
anticipate a change in the pass through ? grounds a valuable article of sands in the
necessity! ai well article
as of
t *fill prove the justice of this re- direction of the World's Comnieixr" mean elevation of about seventeen id the mail carrying. To
luxury,< >v/e are compelled to depend merchants of the
4j f: \ mark., Let us suppose that the like that effected by the circumnavigation inches above the tide water, and on Portugal, Spa Fn. Sicily, France the an annual loss! of two north millions: it woui of sir

hand of nature had already opened of the Cape of GooJ Hope. fiord every facility fcr l."Xcava-1 I West Iiuliei and South-America for this I I,t arising1 from wrecks ami-, .- nir.r,'---_;.*.....=., Uoiiurs I.'-.;::.L,-

I a communication by a deep navigable Every subsidiary- circumstance- favors tion" as they- consist of marl cay! delicious fruit, as well as limes'; lemons, j the expenses of ntur-.lllce. To the U 3IU'=.*
: river between the mouth sand and citron and olives! when they can be cultivated I pie of the wectit would "peu
and
save
\ I with the It
,h co-operates execution vegetable deposit. in Florida, in quantities: suTSeient I loss they now incur :
unn.llliri
of
the 51.lary's for instance, and of the main; design. The deficiency haslicen estimated that fifty thou to supply the whole' deiir.uul of the United trade of selling th.ir, by their

1 that of the Suwannee, anil that L of harhojs, f1t( to a considerable sand dollars would be more than States. It is estimated that: an Ur.L1lg-e leans and/ buyitheir, produce at Nc c-Ur
: in .
.11.11I some foreign power being in possession deirree irrcvery prrt cfthe southern sufficient to effect the whole work Grove of ten acre, which requires: the Untie cities, when their goods: racrcfiaa-ue thet.
I Ik
of Floridian peninsu,, couit, has been regarded as on" of opening this line of communi attention of but two hands, will produce should be returned to them throu-a: : tn-:

I should attempt to shut us out from I of the great obstacles to be contended cation. The accomplishment at as much the as a cotton Or su.<:ir plantation same-channel in which their pro.iu-; 'T
hy
and
-navigation of such a river. with, in perfecting a system of navigation I so trifling an expense, of the project hand d. employment The inducement to labor such of cultivation forty are word,5hurten transported the to market. It woul i. ,a a

It is not too much to say, that L like that now projected. It tij p- indicated, would extend our will soon stimulate the activity and fourwcek-.avoXa dangerous the navigation: of

the attempt would be thought an pears; ; however, from the researches line of steam-boat communication enterprise of those, who are not BO wed of the Urnied States Sc/lla and: & CalarJt.adii

adequate cause of *ar and that of the Engineers ded to old habits as to resist the succour o.ir
; that the Bay of St. along the southern coast for near of impulse exposed frontier in time of foreign; iuva-

the blood and -treasure of the U-' JosephJ ,.situaterl due north of Capet. I a thousand miles, and 'within I need intercst-and the convictions of reason. MOO, give an outlet tn our local: commerce -
not mention
nion would be expended to ai y Bias, en the coast of Weot Flori reach by a short passage of the valuable staples oFsutfar to the, rcc Committee.indiJo,,and the and an inlet to our foreign, safe

I amount, to force the enjoyment L da, is, perhaps, the most valuable bay Island of Cuba, the whole West- Sea Island, or the I J.mg" staple Bourbon n's tromtnedingcr.ofthesea' of warurc and the pe
,
of auch a passage. It cannot then posbfbsed by the UL.itcd States, with Indian Archipelago coasts of cotton the last of which i is:: very little inferior a ship,. sloop, opening or:team by boat a cheap route,

but be admitetd, that an expenditure the exception of that of Pensacola, the Gulf tt) that of Brazil, and is! now cultivated -I from the Atlantic iuvigatioi:
of\Iexicoj M.ssiwppi, tint
of one '.r two millions south of passage extensively for a considerable distance
would I Chesapeake IJay. Of its two I would bid defiance
to the
be llriisti
Ir may opened to the Pacific. from the sea-shorp! on thc Gulf and Atlantic iuvvt
be most profitably &: economically entrances, the eastern ha* at least I & lessen our dependence and
solicitude
,
a The of the side ofthc Peninsula
t. map globe and
may westward oi
:. made, to construct an artificial: com. depth} of twenty two feet, ,and the be searched v-ain for probably towards St. Marks and Peiibacoh. The >outCuba. These are some of fie a-I-

municationwhich, if already exist western: of thirty ; and its jxisition ou combination of similar a rice land* of Carolina, are now selling at vantages of a work, I have nnture.l to
natural pronounce, in national ,,.
; ingit would be thought all-impor: the Florida Coast the mo t favora- two hundred dollars per acre, and thoseof imp tance inra-
l LIe advantages, requiring 'so little artificial : Florida equally well mount to all! other To stiunu._ ____! tl.ntt. \.
that could suited -' -- -
tant to he to the etil- 1' 1
preserve at whatever cost t imagined! in reference ; aid. to I_lu. tllrw,1.._ to.. .<0:111'1". ,. nn"t: ti\"atlUn-cf that --' will not at a period not far distant be: ac.
-- -- article
J nu ** & ,
: or sacrifice. It was a .noahion. gfr..n. .. to the proposed e of communication fic |/W4* are selling at only complwhed, would be to
-- --- -- account three four the
.. private and public ben or dollars, and it is supposed lion suppose na-
assumed by Mr. Jefferson, that the li-onithegreat Western Waters by hoodwinked, or destitute uftha.t
.1 J e fit. It is confidently hoped that good agriculturists, that in the vicinity en-
and
natural to the Atlantic.The t :rfY enterprise that has
situation of
Cuba gave to Congress will the oMmlian Uiver, the rice would not be in produced its
4'I Island pursue course they ferior t to of present glory, and the projects of its
that such an efcctite com details of interior that Hispamola. It has: been
promptlytrllck l last
surveys
: out
winter perpetuity. The
; and
t ascertained that the improvements; which: :
mand of the for the tobacco of which cigar
navigation of of
reute the canal enter the ;ire now
across ou execution of proposed
these are
thet mostauspicious are mamifucluied in subsidiary to thi!
Gulf of Mexico and of the \ the Havana, can be great
peninsula, not being object, and derive
yet digested cultivated an importance
operations) ill which the to great advantage in ,Florida, ii:
aippi, that they ought all to be. and reported to the department, National! revenuethe, sale of the pub- and yields; more to the labour employed, alone connexion: with it ; but as local meagre*

long to a.common' jurisdiction ; & are known only in the general re. Ii c domain, the population of a Territory than all)' other cultivation. The quantity to justi are: deemed the of Mifficie tinirioru-c*

that the (possession of Cuba, was, suit, which, as already stated, is the opening of new marketsof ofrifjursand tobacco imported into the i infinitely y more appropriation co.i iu and arc of

for this reason, an object 0 which i in the highest degree favorable: f demand and United States, is supposed to amount to t point of view than equenca a national
; supply, the security about four millions of dollars nuiiy '( \ I'k"lti:
the United Stales ought never to meantime, however the four coasiwise annually ; provided for in a bill
surveys of navigation in all its the whole of this sum might be saved wlwclj pasel II.t
to "
.. J. lose from their sigh:;' that this Island the St. Mary', St. John's, the Atlantic e-xteut, and our command of large: the country, by a course of policy that the year, for improving certainlurtur-. ..nd
WAS essential as the bulwark l of would rouke it the navigation of ccrtam rinr.'I'
coast Florida to Boco branches of commerce, in which hitherto interest of planters to creeks," &c.
of our coastwise communication Ralones and the interior we have direct their attention to such objects.
course only
participated are If
between the Atlantic and \Vestern of the St. John's but There is no part of our continent so well in the opinion Of the Committee pre
to. Lake Monroe a portion of the
up great objects to be adapted to the culture of the vine of .paratory: surveys should be necessary/the
cf
waters the country. Mr. Jefferson lay a field for attained. The every e-nifineew
open internal which
map I have description, as'Florida. On gravelly or ; are now at the place, ant
went so far, a year or two navigation .and intercourse, of a.. the honor to enclose will furnish the sandy soil, it is'known the vine produces: could make them in a few days ; and r

before his decease as to assure a magnitude and interest wholly un Committee a more accurate idea of L: l less fruit, but of better flavor. The vineyards rust that the bill now in the Houe of

gentleman, from whom had the. expected.Let .t localities of the than Lr in France, are generally ou an argiluceous Representatives will be so modnied and

1 1i information that it was "with a : description that could country be any :! soilsuch! as iho e of Montpelier, ipported; at this Session, that provision
usiirst given. It and
: shall
conider the-naviga- Bordeaux, as well as others in be made by lav for the
view this many (
to policy that he sum-/
I iccomir.ended tion of the St. was' lade with a view of presenting Ciermany, Italy ; oetween Pensacola
I ; the lOhnYs.wit its tri Span, and Portugal; and and Mobile Ul\: '.
i construction of gun I I butarystreams, and the lineof L. each,point,and is marked in reference: with the same kind of soil and the same which w a most important link in tli,

.i boats. That their .use for harbor Lakes which it-connect to them in such manner as to furnish; temperature of climate, we have reason chain of communication I have attempted

i defence,' in a war with Great Britain other. This-is truly with each I the.most satisfactory information upon: to expect: corresponding! results. hastily to describe, ami fur a. more :accurate

was not the main thing he had I a magnificent L the first inspection. There knowledge of which, I must refer
river. My
.4 be
It preserves an { predecessor can no doubt that the to the.Report of the
in view, which: wet a descent on breadth of two miles foran average Gen. Hernandez, who first introduced culture of silk which has lately attracted Senate at the last Session.Committee of the

Cuba. It needs but a moment's dred miles from its hun the subject of this interior navigation public attention, and :lias been made the The people of Alabama
mouth hatoo much
reflection onthe character of Mr.JcRersons : : often to the attention ofour Government subject of Congressional inquiry, can bIas : intelligence and
spreading out into liberality to make
I
I lakes of four, successfully carried on, as that lucra any
policy to understand has furnished me. with I objections to the
or five miles in width. its a copy tive branch manufacture and communication between
that no motive aggrandizement banks I of a letter written to of is in commerce Mobile and 1'ensacola
are covered with one the Departmentshero the south of France or Spain. Ex be Mars. They must
I forests. It sensible
or thirst of conquest'could, in his navigable for large is : several years ago, in periments have already:been made which Mobile will that the flourishing city of

mind, have lain at the bot for merchant vessels which interesting account is givenof demonstrate the adaptation of our cli t the trade command a considerable nor25f -
of these views. 'He a great distance, and for a Ciiptaimiii the mate to the growth of the mulberry tree, tra the lissilslppj, In its
tom regarded I Spanish service to the eastward
" ; vessela of thirty tuna and the practicability of and will enjoy the
aa high as who producing the benefits
Cuba as a great fortress, standing Lake George and was sent by the Provincial Go silt worm in us great abundance of u new traffic, in which hereto.
on the bar of aa they 'tore they have
raid-way the route of ou coastwise that Lake there vernment with despatches to the Cap have it in Languedoc and Valencia. I ever participated the returning -

inter-communication ; and are. six feet water $ tain General of Cuba in 1812 in a canoe will not, however, detain the Committee i for commerce from the Atlantic, intended -
|
this the
beyond the
.I : at a point where nature has water deepens, and with four men, through those with speculations upon the advantages of country and markets of the Western
Added super it is navigable for vessels of the sounds and rivers and tee.fruitful. subjects for public and indi.vidua1'cntel'prize. I destined for pal'ticularly that which h:
occasionally tne
so
obstacles at
many to Upper, of
parts that
naviga size n.
came to its > They are too
obviouj
source. la
other sea from pidly
the mouth increasing
of oiw ipk-t, ;o 4 to CIi -I1H: attention! : and bare only been j I i spectabIcSttc. enterprising'. allJ! rc..

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Tr. i ,distribution: or" the favor* of the Ii I ?tI.i} jo('i had: Leon so completely) ot- The {following i! an exlrfct from letter MILITARY APPOIXTMEXTS.: :..;... --:- i: .A ...,-..-.. .

f. ., lrnmeit: I am sensible: of the force hau'lccI, in the letter alluded to, that written by a distinguished gentleman of .1 : }'rn.T REGIMEXT.m : ooMMi'.i.c j. --

rnd j j-ii-ticc of the sentiment, that a wise : he .\ew-\ Hrk. ; RUA : ,
could write worthuf m i \ Colonel, -
anileJ policy, should be pursu-1 I nothing mure, .Yt'lr- York Jan. 17/A -- ---'- -' -
imlcxi 1827.u .
: their \icieratin Justrii NORIEGA, Lh t cOrJ> Cotton
should I )) ,
anti iJjat not I
1l- appropriations I have read the letter from Col. SECOND RrniMr.xT.: .
of l loc; I To our friends in Florida this will AVirForA13fc Jan. Tie .
1-avr the appearance greater: : Jos. 11."Whitc Delegate in Congress George Murray, Colonel. btler ?: tr

benefits in one quarter of the country :j! doubtless be a welcome paper, and i: Francis J. Fatio, Lieutenant Colrmcl.I week embrace about 2500( fcuuclr j :.:..:c*
,, of : from Florida to Charles F. Mercer of all description*, of which full! 1700
than another ; but 'hen'ur an CAb i we hope We shall not impair its"a- j I John M. Hanson, Major. wore
c'ushc national! character are pn>pf >e
in Iiich the \\ hole Union is interested ; ;; hv ciistirinir them, that none ROleJIand Canal with unfeigned John M. Pope, Cofontl, I from "Liverpool to IClb l.ecmboi, S[.:. .::
: are more flHriontly and respectably sales in that market to the! extent of:::nlo\:.)
*vhrn! nut only itic facilities of cum- ., satisfaction, it devclopes more clearly 'Win. T. Kilbee, Lirul. Colnnrl.FIIVRTH baled
in the
of the value oft represented in the National Leuisla.tore : preceding wet'ith 4& Jv
jiifrce, tile augmentation ] the RKIIMJ.NT.
resources of Florida and shoW'smure of | inferior and
on j on finer Cott :.
'iLi1c domain, the improvement of than themselves. John Broward, Colonel.
11 ie Independent
1
forcibly the facility! with which Bought oar shippers into mal klt. a.d
iniunt Iirrittjry bcoiing almost ent"ch' John L. Doggett, Lieutenant Colonel.
, :an 4J1 the most ample capacity and untir- Holders
obtained
to the (iovernment of the United :I IStates I I ; ,they may he made to contribute to the James O'Neal, Major.FIFTH/ I generally J cent advance
inij industry Col. White in I on Thursday's rates.-A parcel of CO bale
; possesses, ;
interests United REGIMENT.Hmry .
but when also the Treasury ;Itself general of the States I
Mobile sold
w u at 10J the residue of the
vill: l h r increased, rather than diminished, an eminent decree, the confidence I i than any publication that has yet been Yonge, Cofantl, business was in Uplands at lOf a 1OJ. the
:and: of the House which b.vI F.dward A. Robinson. Lieut. .
tlieinconVidcrunle! expenditure, it i esteem Colonel.James
latter
l 1.t' made
and
; } ; cannot, I think, fail to price on a credit. Early -in the week
confidently hoped, thai considerations of judicious and well-timed! efforts, JIt make Wooten, Mnjttr. small sale ofjuferior Louisiana was made
I' : a deep impression Con- SIXTH RICIMK.VT.
H local nature will not be permitted to : turns to the advantageofhis constitu- The upon James : at 103, and on the JOtb hint. 217 bales saue
canal the Dell Colinit,
great
)lu\c I ail)' influence OT the present; appli llts. gress. across Simeon Dell description, were old at J0| ; most of theholdvn. -
peninsula of Florida and the min Lituttnnnt .Culoicl.
.
cat.on. or were williu*to meet the Buyers, but
William
From
the [fiullimnrf:;irriraz.'lii Col on, MujutSEVENTH '.
The finall sums which have already canals to connect and extend the several were firm for 11 cent for Uplands.

brcn appropriated in Florida for roads, C Flurlda CUllal.e scarce- coastwise communications, are subjects James Gadsden REUIMK.ST, Charleston, 21d Jan.-Sea Island 19 a

IIJ,t'. at the only public sale, that has taken I ly remember to have seen a more i interesting I of irreat national importance and Achille Murat, Lieut., Colonel.Colontl. -4 Short Seaple9a 10.

place:. in the Territov), been returned to paper; on sllc.h.a subject!, entitled the Richard C. Allen, Sarmmah, 23 Jan.-Upland prime 9:$ a
I to serious attention of the Major.
the public Treasur in lh& increased price than the Jeturoflr.VIiitc, the Del- If fair to good !).J.

oi' the )lands! contiguous to them.! And :i! eate! from Florida' to the Chairman' :National: L. Legislature., Adjutant General, hham C7.-rarcv, JYn.w/Wo FcbruaryWh.-But little cotton -
"
Quartcr-Mattcr
fir' twenty thousand dollars generousl} i!: General, luud.F.. has arrived during! the past week in
ot"tlte Committee of Itoads and Cain Lov' ,
the low of the rivt"rsa..o.t
J.MVCII :It the 1tst session of Congress, for j ji Mail Lost.-The mail rider informs t consequence ot stage
returned ;i1.; ; Cun re s, on the projected ca- -there are several barges in the interior -
of the cu.d vill be :!
: M.rvcv that the Mail from Mobile "
I nil: acrovs tke peninsula ot' Florida us to Col. Cadsden is a rival candidate for with cargoes rc*dy waiting for a rise
iric-Wi :it the next *sle, bj the competition I ,
I the eastward was supposed to have Cotijjrew to C<,I. While in f'loridaIt of waters. A small lot of 1-4 bales from
4)1 f cntrrpnzinij; ; : citizens w'io :, and\ the completion oft line of inland is
been stolen by the carrier. On his impossible to have a Member more watch. Yellow Water brought 9 ccuts, CTcral other -
II\ e In en .iUuctt: to the countryffrom a I II from
navigation westwnrd
Appahichicola; lulot
the interests small lots arrived in have
of waggons
the
failure to arrive at Duraut's Monday Territory than
on -
I d f that such improvement! were prac-
(Jz
0 Ileans. We the
I to ew- regret [alter gentleman" sold at 8a8J.
\icm'c and would he undertaken. night, the contractor commenceda
that our limits compel us to allsti1 1 The above is from the -'
Territories i is Boston Pal --
1 he improvement: of'ihe search and found the carriage with- -

i.utiiing mure klll an improvement ot lhe1'1.ptrly tute a brief summary! of the advantages out hoiae.rider mail.Ve have ladium.-If the Boston Editors, whoarerepreseflteI MA1IRIED.-IaClaihorne Ala., on Sunday -
hOlD this or ilstnlt., Mr. H. A.Nexis, oflells ("ola.to .
of the nalioii! ; and to neglect expected interesting by such WEBSTER
men
hoard further as -
not "Mrs.
yet : particulars. MARY FLINX. of Monroe County.
MU niean.t of promoting their ;pro peri- scheme, in pl.ice' of the entire: docu & EVERETT speak thus of -
ivvoud! be as! tin\\ ise us fcr d parent toi 1 our T --w _
eplcct: the ;patrimony uf his children du- ment. The fllowill'; appointments have beer Delegate,we may infer, that he The following remark from tint inte- made the (luvernor and i ourapirobation. And
1 ,I.h' their iiiinoiitv.It by JLrgMutive while we nod, Tuos. OKR-On Saturday 20th Mrs
rcstini: llhln.t.ful journal I, the I{ tltiniorfaicricun Council of this Teiritorv.r.scAMUi would
< avoid all fulsome
has been a part of the policy of ct'e.ry piilfiii, we can MARIA HAIKE consort of Doct. Charles
.\ l-'arnu-r, are made on a letter utlilnssed \- : v cor.NTV.'.
libiral k enlightened government to consistently subscribe the Huire, ntendant of Tallahassee-On Sun-
h> C"'1). J. 1.'. Clarke! K q., of JJ1.'t SII.VF.STEU IJn,i..fudge Cuiui'y Court. to doctrine
its aid colonies, ai-d, day 2lstJauy.. PEaBODY, Merchant.ENTERED. .
promote of the Boston
provinces Florida! to Col. Joseph: M. White : wliicliwe MICA.UH Cncprfn: {.'lt ii: ('utilityCnjLRLt CuawL Editor, whose opinion

we may )hope, that works comprising ucla have no room for to-day, but may pub :':; MlFFLlN, huiJj: Ins been often expressed by other editors ID1Jf

iiti.tr and Jfl c.eT1.iIInt :advantages: lish at some future period. JOSKI-U 1':. CAnO, ) in various ){ nj
executed the United talcs.J sections of the !
by The J'lurldas.-The acquisitionof CHAKLES: KV.WS= country. -.. ,
have the honor to be, with high con- these territories holds TWJu, CU'DUit, l Political and personal motives, will, __

tidcrktioii* of ix-Jpect Your ob't. servant, a }prominent I'liANClS COLUN, } Justices! of Wi) know, be enlisted to picvont the r")1: elBO1,.
rank the
J OS. M. '\llitc.lion. amongst honorable performance Jos. W. HALL, the Pt.art I re-election of Col. White. But .- 5--- .. ....

f'harlc I*. Mercer, Ciairman! of of the State Department, during tTInVU.KIU.:: ..... will predict that no Delegate we : -
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the Committee of lloads and Canals. the administration of the patriotic I*resident ri;. S. PArM.Nr1.u, 1 well the can so Feb. 2d.-Schr. Amelia. Roche, sew-
command attention
-- I MONROE. All unite in consid ANDKKVV: P. IMPoN, and secure Orleans, corijw to J. Marco TkuCLKAHED. m

'P) 9). \I.r.r + ", (('\. (("\ ,rs' '" cring.them as of value to the JoH.vJERRISUN= ) the respect of the nation towardsour .
.. J great
Union GEO. W. BARKLKV, > Xorlaries Pu61ic. infant Territory, as our present Feb. 2.- Scbr. EiJznbeth, Torsyth, Sew- .
-" ---- and the sketch will
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-- N. S. PAUMAVTIKK -
) incumbent. So well}] assured are the Orleans; cargo, ]G04<>N 0 Bricks 2anchors, 1
enable us to form a more correct estimate MATTHEW HAWAII, Coroner.WALTON Chain Cable'aii'l 2 Dales Cottnn.

of their intrinsic qualities and I'Ol'ISTV.Judge ; people of this [.1c41lat] they will unquestionably 5th.-Schr. Messenger, Dorr, Appala-

4 1 worth, as regards their climate, soil County art, Archibald .\nd rion. avail themselves of his d1 cula.
Cia, Henry. Jlamscy.Sheriff future services. AWUVEIX !
and useful productions. The source : Michael r au hall. Feb. 3.1.-Srhr. Hope, Itcilly, St. MArke '

from which it emanates gives it claimto Justices, Jeremiah :Davell, David Gart- The 4th.-U. S. Ship John Adams! Jesse
late
particular respect and confidence, inuu, Thus flriit. James V'au ban.W \\, have onlroom impnrtnnl. to neicxfrom day for the En following'lrUld.e .- Wilkinson, Esq Commander, from a I -
lalll.NuTON: COlTV.JiidLrc .
the author being a gentleman of ta- hrif'f'uutice of the i Cruize.
very foreign news, for '
.
County Court, Thomas. Bush, 6th.-Stenm-5i..Jir. Colombia, Leach*
lents from much which we are indebted to the Norfolk Her
speaking; personal Clerk. :Blasters Uuss, New-York,via. Tampa Bav.l .
ald.
observation, as a native of East Florida Sheriff; John \\". Bush, >b. 8.-Schr. morn, Campbell, New-

._ and for several years Lieutenant Justices, John' liroun, John Lonc Silas Spain having fomented a rebellion Orleans.

-'---= -- Governor of that To Wood, Ddviil J,. White icholas MitcucL in Portugal has given aid and succourto SAILED.Feb. .
}'HIJFJJ5HLHY; y. 1:*:27.T : province. new
Notary PuVic, Da\'j,1 L, White. the insurgents who have New Or!
thereby 4th.-Schr Hope, RcUly,
::: : : -=- ---- territories, thus acquired, it is of importance JACKSON COP Tr.
Ytritc ; ;;: become so formidable as to threatenthe leans.
have their
sans
to producible resources Judge County Court, Jacob Kobtuson, Gth.-Steam-Boat, Colombia, Leache,
made: known without delay, ('[aI:, John M. Ptipe. overthrow of the Government.In :Mobile. .
\ li'ttcr lioin'as1jiiitzi} dated
Sheriff.Villiam S. Mooring this exigency the Princess Regentof .
that they the sooner acquire the J S : SBL1J.
may V'
J r.'ih! I J)..in. informs us, thai Capt. DIRitv : Surcryur, Juo. li. Jackson, Portugal appeals to Britain.
population which confers the right todvmand great D. 4WB.IGJe: f
ol'Divston, has been: appoint: Nail Cannier. Jeremiah Dubose. her arrcieut ally for assistance ,
and the respect which guar- Justing, Muthetv' Hodges, Win. 1. KiU : against U. Attorney J
% Store keeper at this station. ,
the
antees a welcome admission to the federal bee, Joseph Itu-s, Win. J. W.Uon, JU('. C. aggression of Spain : which the Has occasion: to be absent from Penacob. *

t familv. In eliciting the facts Smith) t,. Uts. C. Nicholls, Charles howard British Government have promptly for six week. Those who

On the first p.ige of thi paper-will be w Henry Tiippe, .Jno. B. .Roberts{ Jno. answered by sending a lame military' have:' business! with him will please

found a law, parsed at the late session of contained in the following memoir, the Lynch, Cornelius Granthaia., Win. McNealv. I. force to A is thus refer themselves! in the mean time tt
Portugal. war
the Legislative Council, concerning the delegate from the Floridas has added ; I. rendered Col. John De LaRua.

and! ut ies of the another and GADSDF..VCOUNTV.Ju'l almost certain between Britain -
110\\ rs vinch got into operation on the first proofs ofhis knowledge- of* and devo- ;!f. County Court Jonathan Itobinson, and Portugal on the one hand.andj '

c.tv of next moi.tli, and which we. trust their interests and Cia, Edward A. Kobiusou. 'l'j 'liu on the other, which m: y leadto STOLE ,
ion if it be
to :
;
v ill.through our exertions:: be in the hand* Sheriff: Robert Forbes.Corutivr more extensive hostilities :;\ PLAIN SILVER WATCH not

of each of the gentlemen holding those both fair and natural judge of constituents WHI. McCall. I capped, value about five guinea

offices'! previous to that period Being by their representatives, and !iancyorIcxau .'r Douglass. ; made by Mormon k Co. number no: recollected -

fully 4wt11Cot the. importance. to our patrons that in nolitical as in social and individual Juliets, ..Joll'ph'tcBriJc., Archibald At an election held in Tallahassee: on gold chain Kith a link broken

and menus ol hiving laws of this ] i intercourse much SIlJihjr., Colliii Woolen, Moses Warren, Monday Ist Jan. DAVID Ocnn/ruEE Esq.WHS out in several places in one place the

1 and published before the time at which. I depends on A. G. Tcu.liusou, Sherod McCall, John elected Intendtint of that City vice chain had been broken apart and joined
the Floridas have Doctor CHARLES HAIUE: who declined
first impressions a
Little.
they hike effect, the editor of this paper, again without soldering, two gold seals
while recently at Tallahassee>> at the undoubtedly made an auspicious debut LEON: COU T\'. re-election. with cornelian stones, two gold keys, tha

t r"lIhJe1)tl expense of procuring copies upon their entrance into the ni-;! Jud'jc County Court, David J3. :Macomb. seals and keys chased: and with the chain
Clerk, Cary Nicholas.SIierf' Council Ball.-A splendid ball was given VI I of fine the slit in the
: gold ring containing -
(If several!,which shall be give.i to the tional family; circle.r To save a feeble
Ilomeo Lewi%, by the members of the Legislative; : the seasaud
: keys spreading apart.
while
&nd
public as speedily as possible
; but sincere tribute from the
reproach Ceruncr, Jamo Bryant, Council, in the Capitol at Tallahasseeon
the above and
Any finding giinj *-
\; %arc denied a participation in the person
)loaves and iishes of idle compliment, it would Suncyur, JJc-nj. Te'nnell, the evening Thursday the 18th Ulf. information thereof the Editor of
dispensed by executive sufficient Justices, David Ochiltree Chas. Hairc, which was attended by a numerous collection -
trust that those who be quite to instance Mr.hit&s the Gazette, shall receive' a reward of fivedollars. -
patronage e Turbott H. Button of the and its
Ladies
R. 1) Jeroulmau, Win. of the Metrupolid -
\% of their -
cithe benefits of exertions explanation capacities
r onr Hall, John Hairis Ambrose n Galaxy of beautyand
Craue. Frauds vicinity, presenting
Pensacola, G'.h Feby. 1827-49-3t.
ill remunerate us by their encourage for internal improvement in a Dawhins. Thomas H. Henley, fashion truly astonishing. in a place so .

ment and support. manner conducive not only to their Notaries Public, David Ochiltrec, Am- recently inhabited by none but natives of S :;?
President UnitedStates.
the of the
own wealth but through! channels connected brose Crane. the forest. The entertainments prepared I By ;_ _

Wo lay brf'iixour ivaucrs to-day- let with national i interests and de ST. JOHN'S: COUNTY, bJ Col. Gco. Fisher were sumptuous aud .

ter I'nun ('oh..Joa' .' ph )i. t\ lute. to ChmlesK Judzc County Court Isaac N. Cox, served up in the handsomest style.
fiI. of Law, I, Jou Quiscrk
.Mrrcrr Kj. 'liiiirniun of the Conimitlii fences. There is, however, another Clc rk, Ann C. Tingle, I pursuance
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'''mt*'m>>:>> A HAM s, President of the United States
Komi and view in which all that is connected ; Streetcr
on (aiials, of vliirh we Sheriff Squire ,
I Xeu-York, Jan. 17-Th U. S. Sloop of of America, do hereby declare and make
f avrneithfr inclination Coroner, L' n, Gould
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mon. n-w to say with the growth and prosperity of the ,
sailed from this known that Public Sale will be held at
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war Lexington port yesterday a
lwdl-it spt-iil-i fill ii-tlf. and ill* ouU_ 1:0osarxVuat j Surveyor. Zephaniah Gibbs,
.. Floridas acquires a moral influenceand JuslireS111. with a fine wind. Passenger! Capt. the Land Ofice at Tallahassee,in the Ter-
t ; it >h()ulil! Lo read to !" admired ;j jvud Livingston, Francis P. Fa-
w i nilo \\f' give lii> cotjj-rittK nK the ojiinums becomes) an object grateful con- tio, Bernardo Segui, 1Pallicer, Joua V. Hitlt'ley, Commander of. the American ritory oi" Florida, on the third Monday in

&'ft'nhi2iItuIItd UU(. vuUialiiir papt-r at templation ; it is there in a soil, con- Cnn.Jobnlool"t.: .', squadron ou the West India station. May next; for the disposal of the Lands _

in1Mance;! ill the! l\.li! >win;'; i '.!I acts"t', take |urenial. to the Frenchman's native vine, Notary Public, Francis J. Facio .."tIcrcantile..tIL'crliser.. situate within the limits of the.foUowing _

the ij'portiiniiv ol'as'-tiiii.i.: oui f'il'JHh in j|. and to his own temperament, that a MUSQU1TO COl7 T\'. We understand our government has described townships and fractional townShiPS

Jlicr ijti.inn: '* that tl.r lakntk, abilities 1 Judge County Court, Geo. Anderson, ordered a vessel of war to proceed forthwith viz :
Jiml indefaiisnble tifMlor.s; of our Deler grateful people have located :!OOOO, Clerk, .1'nines Ormond, to the eastern coast of Cwlombia. for North of the base lint and West of tae

hIt till nut lail to excite the gratitude of acres of their territory, as a memorialof Sheriff James Pellicer, the protection of American citizen* and Meridian.

c.: jif.'j-lr (,j rJiiriila.J'rom their gratitude to him who left his Coroner, John Ives, property, incise of need.-Idem. Township* No 3, 4,5. fractional: townships -

iht Alijranttria I). C. Gttzctlc. home his family, his rank, his fortune Justices, James Darby, Joseph Sanchcs No. 6 and 7 of llange :No. 3,
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II, \V ell nlUll, Thomaid isUIl 6 & fractional tovrr.abjpNo.7.
\\ t% hae rarely enjoved the satisJiiriion Township N ,
and all that could ensure political and Notary Public, Jas. Darby, Richmond, Va. Jan. 13.: of ttange No9 10, 111 13, St
of before readers
ircadine our social. stand fall I resulted
to MONROF.
ascendency, or COUNTY, The Senatorial Election inclusive. 4

;a richer or iwuro substantial; repu with our fathers in a gloomy and doubtful I Clerk County Court John M. Fontane, to-day in the election of John Tyler, South of the Base Line and East Qf the

1, than that which will be found NASSAU COUXTV.Judge .
> today contest for independence. In the Governor of \ it'eredun. ftbe

in the letter of C tll. Joseph' 1\1. State of Florida descendants of the County Court, \Vm. Kelly For argizima.115 Randolph 110, Township No. 2 and fractional townshipi!
Clerk, William Johnson Tyler ,
of No. 1. ,.
'\ liitc and 4 Range
delegate from Florida Nos. 3 ,
to
: ; illustrious LAFAYETTE shall sit under Harman '
Sheriff': Holliman, scattering 2, Noa. 2. & 3 of llange :\0.2. t .

Charles F. fiercer Ksq. Chairmanof their own vine and their own fig tree : Corontr, Christopher! Brown, I A wide latitude was taken in the Townships Nos. 23 of Range No. 3. t

the Committee of Roads and Ca- I by them, let us hope, shall her councils and Notaries Charles Public Seaton, Christopher Brown, I nominations, and much heat exhibited Township Fractional* Township No. 2, of Uange t

nals. The subject is the proposed be adorned and her shores deended. Justices Robert Harrison, David Long on both sides. The result was No.4. S .

coimnanicvition: across the creat PeniiiMila For the prospects of a soil James Green, William Frink. John Kirkland received by the Lobby with cheers. The Townshipi are to be offered m t f

; of Florida and the vast extent with which their destinies may be identified i- Sam'l Kussel Sen., James O'Neal, The question turned 011Ir.. Randolph's the order' In which they are lowest above designated

of inland navigation which in- Jno. Besent, Charles Seaton, beginning with the number J
at an all Americans must feel con deportment since his electionto of/section in each township.The .
.\I.CIIU.CUU T .
fonsidrrable expense, must necessarily cerned. Judge I the Senate of the U. States. lands reserved by lawfor the use
J : Comity Court Jos. B. Lancaster,
be__the consequence of it. Con- From the P/uenix Gaette. Clerk, Bennet !\1. Dell ConstitutionalNewYork l'"hig. schools or for other purposes, are t()

Mnccd, notwithstanding the irreat We perceive with pleasure, that Sheriff': Simeon Dell / I -- excluded from sale.

length of the letter, that whoever Colonel White's able letter on the Coroner, John G. Rails, Given under my lund at the City of

commences will be led by intensity: of importance and practicability of the Surveyor, Joshua. Coffee, Jan. Review 13.-It will of be the seen market, on, Washington, this tenth day of January
Justices reference to our
John G. Rauls
,
Wiley'BrooAs A. D.
interest to conclude its perusal, we Forida Canal is attracting the attention Jacob Summcrlin James Kdward, AbeL G. that the news from England catued an'unusual 182T.John Adams

fclu'.ll make no remarks upon its con- which its marks demand. The Loper, Reuben Charles stir in this market. The spirit of Quiucy .

tents, except to sny; : that besides be- editors of the Baltimore American, JKFFERSON: COUNTY. :speculation, which had been dormant for along By the President,

i J1 2 conveyed in perspicuous and pleasing whose opinions are entitled to great Judze County Court, \\ in. Bailey, time was,' wa made called as to into the action.nature of Great the George Graham,
Clerk : enquiry ,
language; the informatiiif i is important weight, say that they scarcely remember Sheriff Asa Mathersjr.Townsend, I news received. The advices to various. Corn mi3liOner of the

and original, and chiefly de- to have seen a more inter- Coroner Joscph B. Watts, articles of merchandize were greedily 49-I5t. General lands Land Ojice. for
of the proclaimed
>ou>tratcd rather than tied The I Juxtiecs for, and those which had experienced Should any
argi esting paper on such a snbject, and John G. Robinson, ,Benjamin, sought in sale at Tallahassee on the 15th January

present letter is simi!.ir in its ( charact regret that their limits compel them Manning, Win.DUVAL.H. Mathers, immediately i an improvement speculated upon England in our were own 1S97,'under the Proclamation of the Pre- s
COUNTY
to oue addressed, by the same cjen- to substitute a summary of the ad- Clerk County Court, Isaiah D., Hart. market. Those most enquired for, and in sident of the United States, dated the

J1cman during the last session of Con- vantages of the scheme in place of the Sheriff Dan* C. Hart, which any considerable transactions were 24lh of May, 1826, be, from any caue

jrrtss, to the Secretary of war, and of entire document. After giving the Justices, Farquier Bethune, John Hous. made<< are Cottoji', Flour, .laWieel! Indigo, whatever, not offered at pa ,Ueaate at the

hich the National Journal : they futher remark that ton, Charles Bronard, John Warren, Ste Cochineal and,Asheg. Many other Article*, time aforesaid, the same will be offered
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says summary phcn Eubanks, John Price, John M. Sail such as Sugar, Naval Stores, &c. would public sale at the tine and place stated in

Shortly after the appearance of theIr these, look like dreams ; yet may chez: Matthew II. Philips. RobertHntcbin* bare been speculated ip, but our market U 1 the above proclamation. The sale to

-t letter, a distinguished gentleman they, in all-probability, be accomplished son Samuel Fairbanks:, Samuel Kingtlcy nearly byte of them. The news by the commence with the hnds heretofore pro.

In NewYork was requested to writea by means comparatively inconsiderable Arbina Fallis FJorida/eacbcil this city by a Pilot Boat on j; claimed, and will progress in the order mhich

Memoir CoronerIsaac Tucker Thursda "-night, and early yesterday \ Uiy were proclaimed.j I ,
on the subject, who, we un and which would bo re- ,

derstand after considerable rcflection tumid a million fold into the treasury lurrr.lJor, George Fleming, morning afrCfe is believed to that the Southern several expiredcsnatchcd cities.:*-I, 5- 5-(; co. Graham,
I Xotarict Mat
Public fcwah D. Hart
; informed the Society that the cf the Uniou," I thsw Jeakiri. I Dau!. ..,4...:'"_.......r..../ f.'llr.rUi.1 ,

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I 'it: than Wk1' -r'r.. SUPERIOR COURTof Brick:, Lime $ Lathes
t \VebWi\teIi\n ; mprktt, in any other p.irl of tile City 1 : W au
Florida.
at the market House they shall pay fm'len.rv Mrs. COh'ill West e d.
f subscriber informs his friends! !\1Il1t oflence a fine of Two Dollars.SIT. Aovemder Term, 1826. WILL purchase
1 THE Public that he has opened a 2d. lie it further Ordained, That been under the necessity of I supply of or contract Cor lh

'! House of entertainment In 'this place for the btalls in the new maket house shall HAVING the publication of her, Francisco Bonal Executor: of | :i 300.000 UnIC -

',1. the accommodation of travellers and be leased under 1he supcrinljcndance ofthe "Weekly Messenger," in lfr.2, now proposes the Estate of Domingo Salas } QV wide, and 2 do. thick., 8 inches long f 4 d.

a boarders, \iho are not subject to inebriation Major,in such manner, for such price, to issue the first number of its.cMjfnnflftVHi.assconas j' =' 36,900
} 1 he flatters himself that he can give and for Mich length of time as may seem it has been ascer- Fernando Moreno Seniorand o.. HUSH ELS common she1l1ime

full satisfaction to those who will please to to him most! consistent with the interest tamed that sufficient patronage will be Domingo Olivier J 6.900 BUSH ELS of Lime rnade
S
; call on him.Hii of f the City-Provided that no lease shall afforded to defray the expenses 01 the fillIS day: came the said Complainant, live Oyster ihells. o
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I I taMc will be* furnished with the: be fora greater: length of time than one work. The title is already known to be JL by Benjamin D. Wright Esquire: his 100,000 LATHES, 4 feet long for
stables with stalls be Solicitor, and it appearing to the Court, pa
best the countty affords, las rear nor sl.all more than two Mrs. ..1. S. COLVIX'S
I good corn, :and'provender together with I lented to one individual. I that the said Fernando Moreno Senior The above articles are to be

: a faithful *nd ':.ttent'e Ostler. All the SEC. :;rcl. Be further Ordained, That 'V eeke gegr and Domingo Olivier arc not inhabitants! quality, and delivered at te: urtbe b"t

I I Public business for this county i istransacted m it shall be the dutv of every' person, who The cheering reception which it met ()this Territory: and they hn'ingfii; led above high water mark Navy Yard

,' in this place which is situated may purchase a stall, to cause it to be with, its late publication, from the I to appear and answer the comph.in l11t's the mechanics, and most as convinSn Lr
1 on ?
rt in the centrr.'of the Chipula settlement. washed every day before tcn o'clock, and respectable Journals in the United bill herein agreeably to law. It Is therefore the spot here they )

I L. M. Stone, kept clean and in order at all times: and many States, and the substantial aid it has already j. ordered that, unless the said defendants ; They will also be subject are to be used.
1 I who shall neglect to wash! the Editor to do appear here, on or I before the : to the u1:.i
.r every person received give reason !Inspection of the Yard
:: Webbvillr, Jacksen 25th County 1827. and keep clean his or her Stall and keep hope that she will not only meet further first day oi the next term of this Court to II Brick must be dell\' red.betwen upon delivery Th
vC
January Office in the same. in good orcIer,| shaH for every from Editors, but be holdcn on the first Monday of May the U!
(
: i N. B. The name of the Post protection and courtesy )April next and last of May.
r" j offence fine not exceeding three next, and answer the complainant's bill
the a
pay the Bond
i this County has been changed by with support from public generally. with approved.
) dollars. Butcher or fisherman, or heroin, the same shall be taken as confessed ;!)
Webb Every
foufr
Store to ,
Department from Stone's It will contain pages royal quarto requiivd for the faithful execuionlf,?!
0 other ;vender as aforesaid, having corrupted -, Saturday against them.
i ,"ille.-48-4w. and be delivered subscribers every contract for the Urick and
fish wild fowl Audit is further 1'lered that the foregoing Lime, ande.
f poultry, or
meat or -
of four dollars
', i' L. M. Stone P.1 at the price per annum contract will be closed
i in his her ther stall, shall forfeit and be in the J'cnsucula wheneveraccev.._
t or 1th published
, -i i_ ___it___ __ ,payable quarterly in ance. ble proposals ..imbnmitted.Saitil. *
I R1AsUItY Omen, > pay for every stid offence a sum not exceeding azette, once a week for the space of r
t" H 161827.. $ five (IOU at's. Its contents will be,* as heretofore four months and once a month for two it. Overtoil
Jan. 1
hut there will be such ,
,: ; Sic. 4th Jf it further Ordained, 'l'hatvery chiefly liter.lry ; months thereafter.A Wavy
LLpersonS )1avingchaiIflSagUP5t thee notices of other matters, of news, of fashion 4gt7zt.
: shall from the .
of true Hccor
guilty engrossing
Copy 1'cnsacola
p person : 1st
II. Teiritory are notified, that the of .*, of taste, of marriages: and of deaths, Jan'y 18'27-44
i. forfeit &. each offence sum
aiulncd accenting to law ; payor it vehicle of orThe: Editor of the ,
the' can be be Teemed to inc. as to render a general AtttestV. Mobile Comtn
II five dotllars.engrossir.g ( Hasell Hunt. r"
cia!
for the accounts to b Register will
and amusement plc4e!
I will be i.ccessary: consist in quantity of interest :nscr tthe aboV'.
& lifted if f'tscnic's(: performed buying up a'greatcr C'lk. Slip <;'t.r.. F. in hi paperf.
t f' made out; ce ; fegeilablcs, fowls or other marketable ar. ?;. II- Persons residing at a distance
as Judges of Elections, by the forward their the Pcnsacola 15th November 1826-33
' I ; ti; des than the persons purchasing can rc&jonably may subscriptions:
,: : ; Clerk the'Election, that the services want for use.) Provided that the Editor, pstJ4:;
t. i 0' .. were duly performed Coiirt and that also the by the .I aid offence shall not be deemed to hare Washington City, June 13, 1826. ----- a WISH! to purchase two yoke of first
1: Clerk of the County appointment have had rate Oxen, to be
mdc. If for services been comilted where the public Subscriptions received this office.NOTICE PROSPECTUS delh-cr.l at .
hc
; was duly -
Yard
; reasonable oppoitunity to be previouslysupplied. J Navy near IVnsacola.
; \ .r 4 as Clerk of Election?, to be certified -- o K TinA : be younir.- -. larirc ami .hraltl.1..--.... They muit:

' f. by two of the Judges of the mnde:Election and Six. the Beitfurll1cr Ordained, That Saml.: R. Overton}
duly
was
: .'i; s that the appointment All other accountt. every person,wh ) shall I I cut, injureor deface n KTTIvUS administration on the estate lC'Ol'relegra: 1\, ,
services performed.
the
, ; 4 tile Pillars of the Market House Aavy Jgtn
rcndcrd in either the orallY "aI ofTiiuMASlt. HELL, late of the
i\ for service thereof shall fine of two \ WEEKLY PAPER 1'cnsacob, 1st January '827.4tmvttiuiiig
t Court, the certificateof part pay a County of Escambia \\deceased, having

r I ;; Superior the Presiding County o'fGcer of the Court, that dollars, if the offender be a slave in default been printed to the .Subscriber, by the Printed Macon, Ga.ZTL'HE .
o payment he, or she shall be whippedten IL the Court of said
l 4 the account is just and according to Law, >n. County County j ( local .
! lashes. at: persons having demands against! sid advantages of the town of c?t1IIE subscriber
and the account duly
!
will be required fcii respectfully
; SIC. 6th. Be Ordained That ] Macon, as an emporium fur Literature cL5ii inform*
: further estate ale to the
requested his
fit present same friends that
given to some he will)[ still
or a I
receipted,
,; 1 I power before the it-hall he the duty ofthc City Constables inmediately and: those indebted are desir- AS well as Commerce,-situated as its to draw Deeds continue
,
the I Mortgages
receipt Bills
,
'; person to sign daily to inspcct'the Market House, beforeten eJ to make: payment to'V I almost in the \1" centre of the State ; Powers of of Sales,
from the
and
be drawn Treasury.Davis Attorney other
: can the head instruments-
( money at of
: o'clock in the morning and to see Navigation on a beautiful of
A Bell writing in the
,
. t :Floyd, that this Ordinance is complied with, ando lli. river ; in the heart of a new, fertile and on the usual terms most and approved forms

I Terr. Treasurer. tI report ('\'ery'iolation thereof to the Administrator.Pensncnla : healthy country.vcre among the inducements ance of their favors.; solicits a continu

11 I JNo'e; --For the Election in 1823, instead Mayor, 20th Nov. 182o.: -;5R--8t.LL that led tu the proposed un-

I I' of the certificate of the Clerk of the Passed 5th Jin. 1827 -. -- (leFt aki mig. W. Hasell Hunt.

Couuty Court, the certificate of the Secretary {j\ ice, The Pensicola 7th Dee 1826.
strides
: ; 1 D.1Tl'ight, rapid this infant settlement
1 the Territory will be required. ,
: t The Editors of the East Florida President of B. .'?. Ic\ persons having demtiiuls against has made, in the short space of fouryears' TO LET- -
i t O Approved 8th .Ian. 1827. @ the estates of josr.ru I I' t Herald and of the Florida three IntelligencerVkill insertions John Jerrison. FERNANDEZ, and MAnIA lhuu- point of view, it has already acquired ; ,;:\ niSICK YARD well fitted, the en.

f i I give the foregoing and forward cio, late t>f this County deceased, are the attention, the interest, it every where C Jijoyment of which may be had
. I in their respective papers 45-3t. ,1nror.Fruit to the! immediately excites; the title of business of immediately. It is situated the
} their accounts there for to the Treasu hereby requested: present same capital, of on bay
l.I I rer's OiKce.-48-3w. Trees, tiroes, .c:. to the subscriber ; and al! per- talent, so rapidly flowing there ; already five miles from Pensacjla, at the plan.
j. (f I bon indebted to said estates, will please! direct the public mind to the high destiny tation anciently called

mflmUtJ1< ai make payment, without delay, to which :awaits it. La Punta Gabaron.
J
l. DTpHE Substri-. :JM. Though there is For further details
already
'j:. Samuel I'attavsouHAS < her, prop.ictoroflheLinnxan-" Crupper, one neatly and the conditions of
i : Clerk & ex.ojficildm'r.. printed paper in !Macon, yet the peculiar the lease, apply to the owner, on the snot
I t JUST RECEIVEDER PensacoU 29th Nov. 1826-39-81. situation nft/le times-the increasing business or at his usual residence in Pensacola, he
; :."j ? THE ATLAS FROM NEW YORK Botanic {Garden and Nurseries, at Flushing of the place,-the intelligence, the being daily at both places.
t
; 'AND ELIZABETH AND THORN i near New-York, offers to furnish the public: spirit of the community-the increasing ; Carlos Lavalle

; :; 1. FKOM NEW ORLEANS public with such Trees and Plants as they & population, wealth and importance 1
: t CHOICE ofGroceries may desire. The collection of Fruit of this section of.the State,-.call] Pensacola, 20th September, 182G-SOtfPENSACOLA
supply
; 11i A in addition Trees of all the various kinds, and also of FOR loudly' for the assistance cf another Press;

. <4< Ornamental Tiers, Shrubs and Plants: i is which shall! not only disseminate useful

' S which to his former are the tock following, among ar- by far the most extensive and valuablein i information, but advocate fem'leuTHE Circulating Library*

America.In 1827Just lUHUTS or TUE p.or'LE !
i i tides. Subscriber
i J TIHE intending to :ll: ke-
: Pipe Superior Cogniac Brandy Seignctte's: ; addition to immense acquisitions :I With regard to the Political course intended nortant additions to Jiis Library

. t brand, former years he has now above to be pursued by the Editor, he requests!: all persons who have books out

1 .I+; 1 do. Old Holland Gin, ,OO l\ ;W 'Vayi lies o : received and for Sale presumes a few remarks will suffice :__ to return them on or before the 1st day
t i J Hhd. do. Jamaica Hum, He pledges: himself cf
:. :; to no faction or cabal. December ; from which time to the
3 Bbls. Ainericanthfl, the most choice Fruits AT THE Warmly devoted the
I to cause of the people 1st day January, the Library will be
,1 t B do. New Oilcans Rum, which are not in possession of any other -l2kflEttc.(1t't l\oo1sto're. his constant endeavor will be.to promote closed, for the purpose of re-numbering"

t f!, 15 do. Old Whiskey: establishment in this country, all of whichare : their interests-his highest ambition and arranging the lltioks.:
3 do. Peach Brandy, announced in the Catalocs! of 1826.I. \\ Hasell Hunt to merit their confidence.-Though he Many Books have been lost
, 4 by the
I ; do. Cider and Wine Vinegar. The assortment GRAPES consists f. PensacolaS: nd November, 1826. does not deny a preference to the principles -! carelessness individuals, who on their
f Casks Madeira Wine, above of one of the contending parties that departure from
Peitnacob
I .1'.1'R do Colmanar do. : I have neglected .
,
, J 250 KINDS agitate this St3.te-ct such to return them
measures and it
I "'1 do. Old Port do. '-rlt\YPOS 1jS ; is earnestly requested ...
do. do. in Bottles, comprising the finest Wine and Table I i and such men, ONLY: as to him may seem I that those who have them in

.. r : 2 do. Malaga, (;'rapes of France, Germany, Italy and i FOR PUBLISHING Br SUBSCRIPTION best calculated to promote the public: : possession will send them to the sub ;:ri-
\ r; the Crimea. good, \\ ill receive his support, without: :
3
do. Claret ,
i: I'I fl)' i GO doz. do. The Proprietor having acquired: PXtensive A MILLlT.lJtY, SCIENTIFIC JAD : respect I to the party which claims them. ber.'V.. Hasell Hunt.Pensaccla .
information on the ? I The IMi tor sees with pain, the dilemma !
,. 10 boxes Cl1m tock Cider; subject, from LITKItAIi YJO UJtJiL
actual iibtervation and is in which Georgia is placed, in November, 7th 1326.
11 Bbls. New ark do. experience, enabled AT WESI-POIST, NKW-YOUK, ENTITLED regard
I 10 do.. Troy ale, to make such selections as may be TII to her relations: with the General Govern

London porter, tuitable to any particular locality, and ment, and the axveful crisis to which she I Jklniinistj'atop'gSleJY .
WestPoint
I : 6 Hlids. first quality N. 0. Sugar. such selections are left to him, he will Sentinel. is hastening.: Without stopping to enquire permission of the Hon. County

, I 10 Mils. do. do. send such as cannot fail to succeed. ALL classes and professior.s consider i il whether in the origin of this dispute Court for the County of canbiat:

:. do. Molasses, lie also offers them in assortment of : to establish or at least, to she had justice on her side; he will expose for sale for cash to the highest

- l.r!>00 Ibs. Supeiior Loaf Sugar, one dozen each at the following prices. :_ take under their immediate patronage: pledges himself to use:: his unwearied exertions b'uUer, at 12 o'clock M. on Saturday

1000 do. do, Lump do. For the Istassoilment, g8; the 2u S6.. some journal or periodical paper. They to preserve the! rights! and dignity 10th February 1827, in front of Ihe Court

.-? tO boxes Soap.in Laige and Small Bars, and for the 3d S 4 50. make it tie: organ of their communications of the State, and to avert: the evils that House in the City of Pensarob, as the!

8 do. Shaving dci.'I Persons who order Grapes will bei furnished to the public ; through it they ex threaten to overwhelm her: In support. property of J. M. Fu.yy deceased,

;d 10 do. Sperm Candle?,. with direction for their culture. press their wishes and feelings-announce ing the rights of Georgi?., he shall not feel'I TlLrriY/n s
10 do Mold do. J The collcclon ot.AO3 excreed. useful discoveries and improvements, and himself bouud to assail! with unmerited abuse w 4B

,t 10 do. No. Chocolate. : 500 VARIETIES ; to its pages they rcboit from severer sin !. the Government of the United iFs said City; and if the said: lot shall nt

: I 8 Packages containing D6 canister; and of (.illER.JJJ: USE PLJJVTS he I dies to relax their minds with its selections States ; or ascribe to others, the evils bring a sutficient sum of money to pay:

I, fresh Imperial, Gun Powder ami has above of wit, fancy, or novelty. The Advocate which may have arisen from our own im-I the demands: which may have bern filed
Tea
I -0 boxes Young fresh Dyson Muscatel, and Malaca, 2.sontprising. SPECI:.. the Doctor of medicine the Merchant prudence. Uherever. iu his -r.. .......' against the Estate of tIle ":lid deceased.-
4I1 # Raisins 20,000- )- Pots- --- the Agriculturist, are all accommo censure may he deserved, it shall uot be shall proceed immediately, at 'he sime

kIi} do. in, Kegs, all those known as most among beautiful which und are in- dated v.ith their peculiar! professional miscellanies withhe .-As a GtouoiAN, in feelings f time and place, to sdl Lot So. 171 in saiL.City. .
J t I 40 boxes Prunes. teresting. :; -the votarist of fashion,the mar. and interest, \\\r* wilt contend, strenuous I .

4: :: Almonds, Drie-1 Currents, Capers (aJ Catalogues may be had gratis of of scien t'theologians all & the Masonic Fraternity ly for every of iota *.f f her rights As a descendant }\r. Crupper,
: and Anchovies the different support and all enjoy the tilCl.a.rlVl's: of the Hc..ollltioll
I Agcnts throughout the Union benefit : C'crf' mul fico ., d'rnr.
Journals c'f.r
10: Bbls expressly devoted to every attempt weaken the .
Apples, ; and orders through of Gov '
them
4 d.. any their interests, and .consulting their ern men! otIns Pensacola. 20th Nov. 1 2fi-38-tJ
t' dried do. or by mail (postpaid) will meet Country or aever the b. .----
prompt -
: J 1 do. do. Peaches, attention. tastes mon of( these States! will meet with his!

) t, 20 Bbls Potatoes, William Prince The army, alone, has hitherto been des- utter abhorrence! and determined uppojtion. I FOR SALEOU LEASE.TpllK .
f Pickles in lJlb. and Kegs, titute of this powerful : SUliSClilHSfl ofter'J l.is MILf.
I'ickled Onions, C. M. of the J.inn au Society of IJl'isi.; ful auxiliary and pleasing engine! this use TEnlS.-Thrce Dollarper if f >-*? property in the virinit of |\MSSJLDIIa : -

f 10 Baskets Olive Oil, of the Horticultural Society of London, Believing that the establishment compmiion of paid in advance, or Four lJolar-!:: annum at the, for SALE o"r LEASE with ancaenwe:
r English and American Mustard, and of the Imperial Society; of the Geor- I a end of
I to this the
paper supply deficiency } ear. Distant subscribers Contract for iaimocY
aJ-
might
*'
gofili at Florence &c.
Ground Ginger, Alspicr Cloves, &c. duce claims to the must in all( cases in advance.
f Cinnamon Orders received W. generosity and protection (pay with fIe: The
Nutmegs Cayenne any by Hasell Hunt ; of the Advertisements NavyAgciit. propt-rfy: con-
f tl Black Pepper, Agent for the establishment.I the military gentlemen :n ourcountry inserted at the usual wsts ofl600 rpans of land, well supplied
editor has fa tts.
, 15 Mats Cassia, _', ventured in this with prime timber and tvo Miil :;eat,.
.: .;; 2000 Ibs.! mould and Buck Shot assorted, UOlll1llissioner's l ale. prospectus, to make proposals, for the :M. Bar ilet. One prime Mill having two saws in operation

f a.4600 do. Lend in small bat's, N virtue of a decree of the Superior publication of a weekly paper, to IJKcailcu the Landing now in ue for conveyin -

,I :10 Kfgs NitreHnll Gun Powder, Court for the District of West Florida the "tt'ES'IPOINT SENT1- Lumber to-the Navy Yard or any

10 Bbls. No. 1 aI'lJ.2" Mackerel, sitting at Penacola, and made at the last NEL. Letters for Foreign Ports. market in the hay of Mexico docs not

..': I 2 do. Salmon, November Term, in the case of John I Should sufficient encouragement be the information of those who exceed one fourth of a mile fr. m the!

6 6 Bbls HalfBbls. Mess Fulton Market Beef, Chabaud Don ; against Mathias I3ov Eir.: of held cut to him, all his own industry and For in this Office directed to foreignp01'ts put mill, any person wishing to engage in business :.

: '; 'f 10 Bbls.: Prime Northern Pork do. Antonio Molina in Chancerythe un- ability, assisted by the kindness of several the following extract from the Instructions of that kind would do well to call
dersigned
! 20 Boxes Commissioner, appointed by gentlemen of literary character, will of the Postmaster General is on the
Herring, virtue of said decree, ttill sell at the be into subscriber.'r'
i 500 bunches Onions, Court House in the brought the fieldto display a banner published. Letters have: frequently been English.
; 1000 Ibs. Large Cheshire Cheese, City ofl' nsacoIafor worthy to be the rallying point, the put in this office, which not having the The Mobile Commercial Advertiser

t 1000 do, Small do- CASH IN HAND, pride & ornament' of the American army. postage on them paid, will never reach will give this four insertions, two in the

! !;!000 do. Goshen Butter, on the first day of February next, between Politics, so far as they are of a personal the place of their destination. City paper and two in tU Country pa:

:3000 do. Lard, the hcurs of 10 and 2 o'clock of 'I and partizan character, will be studiously Extract.-"If any letters are placed in per.

, 20 Bbls, fresh Flour, that day all the right title. interest and avoided. Abstracts of current events will a Post-Office, to be sent to a sea-port by ------
6 do. Rice, claim cf the Defendant, to a certain tract he given regularly and fully)) ; military post, and thence by ship to some foreign --

190 Sacks Liverpool Ground Salt, of land, situated between the Bay of St, I tactics and discoveries in the depart place, the postage of such letter for such Administrator's A I'tice.IN .

I t 20 do. do. Blown do. Rosa and the Bay of St. Maria deGalvez ments of science will be seduously col- distance as it is to be conveyed by post, pursuance of the provisions! of the

t. J5 Bags Green Coffee New Crop, adjoining land of Joseph Bonifay.contsin- lected and announced in our columns : must be paid at the place of reception thirty-seventh section of an act oft'le
Li V Stone and Tin Wares, ing about these, with a general miscellany of poe- otherwise it is not to be forwarded." I I.egislative Council of the Territory of

I I Letter Paper, writing and Wrapping "One Thousand try, original and select, biography, and \V. Hasell Hunt Florida" Respecting the Prebate of Will*
F Arpens
. do. amusing anecdotes, will, \re trust, afford and thaigginting of Letters of Administration
' Oranges, Plantains, Coco Nuts, &c. or so much thereof as will pay the debt, an entertainment deserving the Pest faster. and the duties of Executors, Administrators
r &c. &c.Januaryi2th. decree, with interest patronage Post Office, Pensacola 20th
and
costs.William of our subscribers, and serviceable to Nov, 1826. and Guardians" Approved
1827 45--4f. Sehree. the best interests of our countrv. 8th June 152LNotice.
"' -
:1 'J AJN ORJJINA.NU Vommittioner. The above Journal will be issued week- Notice is hereby Givento

,' To Tiegvlate the JUarkct in Pent acola* -I 2nd. December 1826416t. ly and comprise eight pages, octavo, all creditors and persons entitled t tCJ

=; Sic.1st. Be it irdained by the Hoard of Xoti closely printed on new burgeois type, Jonathan Dearman 1tw. distribution of the Estate of JOU:4'(

'A'jdermen if the City tf Pentacota, That e. and delivered to sub ribers at two dol- In Attachment. MILLER, late of the County of }:scam-

.:. the Market shall be held at the Market .< 4; House and nowhere els in the City and cad the Clerk of the County Court for two dollars and fifty cents if not paid be. flTPN this case a Writ Attachment has that their claims and demands will be

f 1 if any person shall sell before eight the County of Escambia, are requested to fore the expiration fax months. (lb been issued and levied on certain cat barred at the expiration of two years

.! o'clock in the morning between the 22nd make payment to Mr. W. liasell Hunt ; ofAII communications tle of the said defendant, and a suit instituted from the 24th day of January 1 3 J6, unless

of March and lhV22nd September, or who is. duly authorised to receive all! fees lalive to the above (post paid) re. in the Superior Court for the Western exhibited within that time to the

''t: before nine,o'clock' in the morning during up to this date, and receipt for the Same. rected to DERICK publication VAN may be di- District of Florida. Administrator.

1 the remainder- the Botchers M. VEUIITBN. Adam Gordon.
year. Crupper Newburgii \V. Hasell Hunt
,
meat Fuh Orange: county, New York.-: S ,
or Other article .
usualJlsDI'at October If 1826. .IJlly; .
Ckt*. f r pig 4nistr.44r.
; J Pensacola: Gh! c.1964O.6t.- { rensacolaFlorida$ 8th November 1&4'

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