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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 16, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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I'V&Ll.rUD WEEKLY BYW. I'Bruintook the track," anti Packet fur the same, in the same manneras in the neighborhood wnere me fuses to murn the same within"

KASEXiZiSOL HUNT, gave close pursuit-the race r within his district. person from whom each propertywas twenty days From the return day of
*: KniTon AMI PnorRir.Ton ; was a close one for several miles- I Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, taken resides Provided, said execution, he and his securities *
PzGliicrvfthe Lawsif ,'/;>. I'r.itnl Slates I BruiT became considerably exhausted [ That when any warrant: attach That no sale shall take place un- of
or any them, shall be liable!
and r>f tilt Territory of rinrida. I ISV would lay down upon the ment, or subpoena, shall be put into less upon a regular court day of for the amount thereof, to the
clurrItN-Tear S sIlatf ice, when crossing the small the hands of aiy constable, and said magistrate.Sec. .In whose name the execution person -

tear year aQuart'r 1 50 branches in their route, and when I such constable stall not return it 10. Be it further enacted, issued, with ten per cent. damages
Subscription! payable in adv.mcn.Anvjirti Pucket would, ride up to him and to the justice of the peace who issued That where any bond shall be given thereon, to be recovered in like

.i 4: II.c' \>idth o"i 'i foluiim anti nu'asmm; 1. bite the end of it and again commence magistrate of his county, (as the and shall not be complied with at monies are recovered in the .
not.mnrr than tv<.1.! linr-.of this f) pr, brat running-and would show I case may require) within thirty the day of sale, the constable shall .section of this act. preceding
itf. --il-n uilf' dollar, l'aI.'i .I <:kly continniinre -
fiftcents ; longer: andtidfi ones at a great inclination to go toward days from the dir of the issuingthe return the bond to the justicewho Sec. 18. Be it further enacted
thC !-ime rat *. Hide and figure work, Eel River, but Pucket, by iniercepting same, such onstable shall for- issued the execution, if such That all constables in this TerrU
dfublpric,* 'f I1' the first insertion. Ad- would turn his course, and! i feit and pay to the party: injured justice be still in office, if not, to tory shall hereafter give bond and
F'ertisf'nlentsvlill !be Insu-fnlly displaced at length succeeded in reaching the thereby, the sun of ten dollars, recoverable the most convenient justice ; andit sufficient security, once in '
lrrorflilt the of and will every
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road I from Eel River 10 Honey by motion before a ma- shall be
bo iiuMiurrd i\' matter of this! fire type. leading the duty of such justice :wo years, or forfeit his office.
\VJirn it's..rtul*tt intervals, (that i*<:, not in- Cieek, und succeeded finally in gistrate, in the same manner that ,10 whom it is returned<< on application "
!c.":tnt t'.t."I". from the first to theI.t } driving the bear within a few milesof money may be recovered under of the Plaintiff, or his, or AGRICVJ.1'VBAr.: .
iii".f>iiutii) ( <*t-h in rh,irjtd ;- ,. Sc I this act from a constable failing her .....
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home, hen night coming on, agent, to issue a new execution -
n,; a la w ah t:%'mcnt.-\muunls for
aiUi-rti'-i.i_- I']iuiil. >le ahva\ on demand.itV the feet of the bear becomingsore to pay money on executions. including all coats on whichno
l.iK'inl omtrartsvdl be made with from having travelled over frozen When any justice of the peace security shall be taken.
U.o-<- \'.hu wi-U to advertise by the year. ground, he utterly refused to tra- shall vacate his office, by death or Sec. 11 Be it further enacted s
ITT" (V.Tiimnniratiuus: directed to W.lla vel/notwuhstanding: Pucket would otherwise, it shall be the duty of That constables shall at or before
rll Hunt. Post :Master, Pensacola, will
te duly atttinl-d to. frequently strike him with an enormous the constable, in whoie hands any the day of sale, suffer the debtor, r
r. d' club. Mr. Pucket then process, of any naturt whatsoever his agent or attorney, to replev { : .
lP.rCm.. ,ftJ\: .. -' meetinghis brother procured a issued .by such. justice of the the debt, interest teed co ta fnr
.- gun ai.d despatched! his ga )eaftel peace, may be, to return the sameto three months, by giving bond and
having driven him a distance of any other justice .f the peace sufficient security, payable to the

I neareigiHeen milesupon a straight for his county, withirthe time pre- party at whose suit the execution From the Georgia Southern Recorder.On .

7 11r .. line, frqm the place where they scribed by law, uiuer the same issued, The condition of a reple- the culture of the Cane and the
started. He was offered a gun in penalties as for filing to return, vin or forthcoming bond shall specify making of Sugar.

the morning, by a man on the road, as if no such vacation: had taken separately, the debt, interestand We have long been of opinion
but refused 10 shoot the bear, declaring place. cost, and constable's fees ; and that several of the southern coun-
r he "would drive him into Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, where execution shall issue thereon ties of this State are well adapted,

l'fthe' following price, from PInVnev'srnni Terre Hnute." Frequent contests That the county court or a major the justice of the peace shall both in climate and soil, to the
;f tin- limit v er in the NjiJn Anie- occurred between the bear and Mr. ty of ii'1 l the members thereof, being endorse no security of any kindto production of Sugar. And that aa
l*"aii"' sat >: the which he shaH have on be taken." And
Pucket during day, present, power no executionput important service, to that portion
"if he ,l.o ferul it i? l.ntr ,} it
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n;II make. him love tin more, and beady if }he, isit relates with much good hunour. complaint being made, to dismissany into he hands cf a constables of the State in particular, and to
r !lie will ttetet! mine to hf.t' )I11l' <>m* 'forth The bear was remarkably fat, and constable from office, for fail- be made returnable in more the country in general ; would be
with.. 'J he-re i? a drxntinn nod delicacy weighed between four and five hundred ing to do his duty, or for malfeasance than ninety days, or less than rendered, by the dissemination of
fehout it, an ardent and at the same time pounds. in office, hnving (on application thirty days. such information as might be obtained

respectful..nt}in it, which and spiritual must ensure pa ::ioii for rallied it lead.admiration. /! .- --'- ... -_'.# of any person who may think Sec. 12. Be it further enacted, among us, relating to the
." I r LORIDA LAWS, himself injured) given ten days' That no constable shall hereafter best mode of cultivating cane
A HP. \LTII. I Ii iI -- --- notice to such constable .o appear; : serve any warrant, or levy any execution and making sugar-an article of
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1 fill tlii} >> cup, ti' one mudc! uptit I I ,....,. .. :-.";,'.". .,...'.. \.4.i;":/ 'l'"..a..'./.7./'........../.2. ,I and! make his defence. It shull or auachment, whereinhe common use and almost as indispensable .
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lovclmeox alone ,
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.h('., \ ,: ,., \1 S'to' ;;; nevertheless be the duty of such has had have intercut salt iron. With
A woman, (.f her cntle sex .-,...,. ......... \.' "' 'f ""oo-.ItI/-.. .. or may an as or
The seeming .,.-.. :-... 0'1... r-.J-.,... '/' :..a'V"., ,..-: constable to return and account in the debt or demand, whereon the view of promoting this desira-
To whom the heuer element I l...,. ":.- :- for all papers, of every kind, that the same shall be founded, under -, ble culture, we solicited our friend
AndkindU l s\ur\ have risen, f"i : .' ... he may haoffiCiatly in his the penalty of twenty dollars; Mr. Thomas Spalding, whose
A tome 'o fair, that like the} air,
''Ii is less vf earth than heaven. hands, at the time of his dismis for every such offence, recoverable general intelligence and experiencein
Iii. w; tAn sion, in the same manner as if he by motion against said consta this particular branch of business
Her .'H'rton(' is rmi'ir's O\l'>n) were in office ; and the person who are well known, to furnish
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And Like olnetling tho:,,e morning more :hD.a birds melody; act Regulating and defining l: the duties -I, may apply to the court for the ble.Sec.. 13. Be it further enacted, ;.I such hints on the. subject as: he
I Mottle c\er in i her welds : of Conslablcs. I I dismission of any constable, shall I That the several constables in this I might deem most useful Mr. S.
'J h coinage ot' her hart are they, 1 Be it enacted by the Governorand i pay all legal costs, in case he shall I Territory, shall have full power having obligingly complied with
And from her lips! cadi flows.A Legislative Council of the I fail in his prosecution, either by 'and authority to levy any execution our request, we have now the

Fell one may i issut se fro the* the buitiiened lose.Affections bee Territory of Florida, That there discontinuance or judgement in I or attachment, or to serve pleasure of making public the information -
hall be appointed, by the county favor of the constable : and if the and executefarrants, or other contained in his letter

are as thoughts to her, court, a sufficient number of constables constable be cast, he shall pay the process! any where within the limits addressed to one of the editors.
The lurasim-s of her hours ; for each county in this of his county. DEAR SIR-Some weeks since,
llf iWTnie*. have the frafjrane\ Territory; and before they enter cost.Sec.. 6. Be it further enacted, Sec. 14. Be it further enacted, I received a letter, from Early
The I'restiiuss:: M'countr11ot11rz
And lovely passions: chan.;ing oil I;, upon the duties of their office, That when the security or securities That any constable! receiving any county, requesting me to make a
'o fill her f-he appears they shall execute bond with two I of any constable\ in this Territory I I writing obligatory; or account for Communicaion, upon the soil best
The iinnjre: of tll'n-'j\: l.y' turns or more securities, to be approved : may think himself or themselves collection, and who shall collectthe adapted to the growth of SugarCane
The idol of past Jcar .' of by the Judge of the county court, I i liable to sustain any injury, same without execution, the and the manufacturing of

and to be filed in the clerk's. of- loss, or damage, in consequenceof same proceedings may be had a- Sugar and to make this communication -
Of her fire willtrxcc
britt/ oneplance fice of the where such such the and his securities either through
A picture on tlit Lrjin, county, constable secufityship county gainst him your paperor
And nf her \oice in echoing heartsA may reside, in the penal ourts recpectively, on the motionof i as for monies collected by him on the Journal. Ourconversationof
-sound must long remain; sum of five hundred dollars, con- any such security, shall rule I execution. { this morning, has recalled to
lint memory such as mine of hero ditioned for the faithful dischargeof i such constable to give counter security Sec 15. Be it further enacted, my memory this request, and the
endear
When very death much i is near, my latest, sigh the duties of his said office, ; ten days' notice having That if any constable shall fail to opportunity of my presence here,
Will not be life':, but Lei's. which bond shall be payable to the been given in writing.Sec. state, in the body of any receiptby affords me the means of comply.
Governor and his successors in office ". Be it further enacted. him given to any defendant or ing with it.Having "
J fill'd this cup, to one made up for the time being, and the That if any constable shall fail to I defendants in an execution, the a- now been engaged 20(

A Of woman lovehiii", of her': alone gentle; sex said bond shall not be void upon give such security, being ruled I rr.oun; actually paid: he shall forfeit years in the growth of the Sugar

The seemiucr paragon: the re- thereto by the court, the court I and pay to such defendant or Cane, I have remarked of course,
Her health! and would en earth there I main in full force, and the said shall forthwith dismiss such con- defendants, the sum of ten dollars through the various season of '

stood : constable and his securitie3, shall stable from office. recoverable before any justice oi that ever.tful period many things
fame more of such a frame
That i.'fe'might be all pcletr ; be liable to any suit for neglector Sec. 8. Be it further enacted the peace. that it might be well for the young
And weariness a name. malfeasance in office. i That in all cases where the party I Sec. 16. Be it further enacted, planter to know, but which it is
-- I Sec. 2. Be it further enacted. arrested or apprehended by a constable That any constable collecting money difficult to detail. In general no

AMUSING. ... i That every constable, before he for a riot or breach of the. by virtue of any execution cr information that is beneficial can
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. From the ndumuj.A Western Rf'gi.ter. i enters upon the duties of his office peace, and on trial shall be found order of sale, issued from any jus- be derived from the West Indies ;
Thomas pucket against the I shall in open court, or before {guilty the justice before whom. tice of the peace of this Territory their soil, their climate, their habits *
tiom( just ice of the make such offender shall be tried shall ; all to The six
"''Or/d.-This g .ttlemin: is aresi- peace ad failing to pay the same over are foreign us.
dent farmer of this county Jo oath or affirmation that he will enter up judgment' for the costs when called on, it shall be months that Nature has given to
few him, support the constitution of the U. and issue execution for the same lawful for the party entitled to them for preparation and mannufactory "
personal
and for courage prowess and veracity extjjt he is nixed States and the laws cf the immediately! and deliver it to the such money, to move against such of their Sugar, has shed
respected among his neighbors. Territory, and also that he will constable, 01 which there shall be constable and his securities be. over the whole economy of their

He is remarkabl y active in driving do right, as well to poor as to I no replevin. fore the justice of the peace who establishments, a slowness of

cattle, hogs, &c. through the rich, in all things belonging to his Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, rendered the judgment ; and upon movement, thafneither belongs to .
woods. About a year ago, while : office as constable, and that he That when any property shall betaken his abiense, resignation or removal our people or our climate. It is ia

?il r. Pucket was in search of some will do no wrong to any man for by the constable, by virtue from office, then the party Louisiana alone, that real and beneficial :
hogs in the woods near Eel River gift or reward, nor for favor or of his office, te shall, on the person aggrieved, may: moveagainst such information can be obtain
he discovered a Bear and hastenedto hatred ; and that in all other Cases or persons, from whom such delinquent constable and his securities ed upon the subject of sugar. It

a cottage not Tar distant to obtain he will truly and faithfully execute properly ma 1 be taken, giving before some convenient jus- is therew here frost is treading up-
a gun, but on his return the the duties of his said office, bond with suficient security for tice of the peace, by giving him & on the heels of the cultivator, and
according to the best of his knowledge his securities or either of them him to slumber
bear had fled ; being dissatisfied the forthcomiig of such property, forbidding 'sleep or -
with himself letting the animal. I and power, so help him on the day of sale, suffer the property ten days' notice in writing of the u:til his work is accomplished -

escape, he declared that should God. I to remain in the hands of the intended motion, and the s-.it justice that we may learn what to do
another opportunity occur, he Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, debtor ; but \\heri such person of the peace shall enter up and how to do it. The success of

could and would drive a bear home That, no constable shall return upon shall fail or refise to give such security judgment for the amount thereof, the Sugar growers of Louisiana,
"with him. The other day while any precept to him directed, and the property shall con- together with ten per cent dam is generally attributed to their
in the woods near Eel (River, [he that the defendant is not found sist of live stock: the constable ages and costs, and issue execution -! soil. I have been there-their
had the satisfaction of seeing a- within' his district,unless such con- shall take care of the same, and therefor; which execution soil is in no degree superior to our
pother bear, but much larger than Stable shall have been actually at allowance shall be made: him shall be acted on by some other own, their climate I am satisfiedis
the one which escaped from him' the place of residence of such -defendant out of the 'money arising from before, and resolved to put his ; and not finding him shall the sale of such property to be oo such execution, the justice ol Louisiana there was not an orange
plan into execution. He accordingly have left a true copy of the pre- judged of by the Justice to whom the peace shall endorse, "no security tree in the State bearing fruit '

procured a stick and being cept, or unless such defendant's the execution is, returned. There of any kind to be taken." they have been destroyed twice '
mounted on an animal of excellent place of residence is unknown to shall not be more ,that thirty days, And the constable to whom such witDin the limits of my'own infor.
bottom fie speed) rode up and "com such cbnst..ble. And no consta-; between the time of executing and execution shall be given, shall station to the very rOot-to wit,
manded the bear, who was lying .ble shall be compelled ro receivea selling any properly taken by vIrtue proceed to collect the same from in the winters of 1796-7 and 1822.
down, to run"-who raised up his precept of any kind against any of an executico, by a cpnstu- the former constable, his securityor They"have.not been destroyed in.l
head, looked at Pucket,opened his defendant who is known to be ble. Fifteen da's"pre.viouI'notice securities. Georgia fo:be root since i the +first

rnouthand stretching himself, laid out of his district:(except it be for 'shall be.given of the time aod I Sec. 17. Be it further enacted, settlement made by Oglethorpe. .
down again, seemingly unconcerned. Territory,) but if any consta I place of sale, by advertising the I That whenever an execution is put In Louisiana they are. obliged
Pucket then rode near to him ble shall voluntarily .receive such I Iprecept property (specifying each article)" intq the bands of any constable in to retain one-sixth of all"tbeir cans

and again accosted. him, when he shall be accountable j at the most public place or places, .(this Territory and he fail or re- for re-planting, and to haveC th
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West Indies the difficulty cfthc in making.I roads and canals be instructed to inquire enclosing talks with
''I portion carefully put up into fna- be sufficient. In the progress J the Indians

. trass before the first day of No. they employ hot clarifiers, that iscoper -' relDain,,Iear Sir, yours with esteem. into the expediency of making stting what measures had been nd

*' 'vember; or one cold night de- p vessels, gently heated( into which I TIIOHAS SPALDING. I an appropriation fur opening and improving ed to keep the IndIans within adont.

I I .uroys be hopes' r the next year : they put the lime with the liquor ; and Milledgevilb, 16th Dec. 1826. the inland navigation from St. boundaries.No.1 the'Ir

: and yet-thef have abandoned in a I when all the mucilaginous. matter has -- : Mary's river to the Tortugas, and 8. From Gov. Duval

;J i ) great measure all! but the hardiest risen to the.surface, under the influence CQNGlESBl.0XAljeUouse from Appalachicola river, through St. MKenney, dated M-irch'is to Cn'*

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cane of the Weal Indies. The I a cock into the largest boiler, the of iteprcsentatives. sufficient for steam-boat navigation, charge of having issued front *

'Otaheite or Green cane they rarely -- clarified liquors. Here we use wooden Monday 1 I/A Dec. 1826. in the Territory of Florida.J.londay lion* to the Indians. excessive ra.

4 venture upon.-.There, they vessels, of the size of our first On motion of Mr. Cambrrlfng, December 18., No. 9. From Gov. Duval n

f I haTe .but onr desciption of soil, boiler, having generally two of them, of New-York, the House resolved The following Resolution, offer- M'Kenney, dated 20th March to 5
i into which the lime with the ed on Friday by Mr. White, of that Col. 1826
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.are stiff and cold-heie we have a juice ; when, after standing half an whole, on \kc Bill for the relief of Florida, was taken up, on leave, to visit his family gone,

1. i' variety of soil', adapted in come hour, the mucilage and feculae will the Nc\v-York and Pennsylvania Resolved, That the Secretary of commending him to notice.t;and rc-.

f Ii degree to the various descriptions ,I subside to the bottom, and the liquor Institutions for instructing the War be directed to communicateto No. 10. From Gov. Duval
to
\ of cane, and the only object of our I 1.. having*-" become transparent& and some- 1)f'at'and Dumb. I this House, what progress has M'Kenney, dated 20th March Col.

enquiry should be what soil with thing of a bottle green hue, it is drawn been made in the projection of the stating that an investigation 1826,
Mr. Powell of in the
f in our reach ,is best adapted to i into a boiler.-These clarifiers standin Chair.: Virginia, plans and estimates of Fortifications made into'the charges mide; was to be

give us a moderate bufceriain return i my mill houses.-In Louisiana they far the defence of Pensacola the agent by the citizens of against.

for our labor. And on this l lime in the kettles, and depend upon. The Report of the Committee on Bay, and the Navy Yard and Depot No. 11. From Gov. Duval Alachua

extra skimming this lessens the this subject Vfa' read, and no pro established there when \f.dated to Cot
point I have no question, but that ; I they 5th of April
: light soils, which are noticed to be trouble of the superintendant, but increases position being made to amend the are expected to be completed, and stating as the result of the 1826:
the labour of the skimmers. bill, the Committee rose and reported ; investiga
that the
their
and their what has prevented completion had
tipn
quick kindly in production agent disch\__ .,., _,
1, and which are not too much I Upon the subject of boiling, no pre- the same without amend at the time suggested by his duties faithfully.No a. 5 1.1

ce pt is of any availment : experience is ment. the from 12. From
t t. t'le"ated'ViII' prove the best. In Reports that Department Gov. Duval to C0j.
4 fact any land that in the beginning the only instructor, and the eye and The following is a copy of the during the last Session, and alsoto I M'Kenney, dated 7th of April

f will produce a moderate crop, will I the touch heretofore the only guides, bill. report whether the public inte- stating that he had failed to induce, 182 t/o(/;

r I be improved by the cultivation of and these by no means correct ones, lie it enacted, &c. That therebe rests would not be greatly promoted Seminole Indians to emigrateVest

r' t cane upon it ; so great is the residuum enveloped as the attendants are in the granted to the New-York Institution by an appropriation for materials of the Mississippi ; and expressing

clouds of steam, and oppressed with for the instruction of the the hope that the Department
that the crop leaves behind preparatory to commencement would j
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"- I' it ; understanding distinctly .however sleep. Happily however the refiners Deaf and Dumb, and to the Pennsylvania of the contemplated works,I more successful with the Chiefs de.

$ that the cane is to be alternated have lately brought science to their InHiitutior for the Deaf at this Session of Congress.Mr. parting Washington..

4 1 with either cotton or potatoes, ,I aid ; they have found that the Thermometer and Dumb, each one township of Webster suggested that the No. 13. From Cot M'Kenney
1 the to
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It .or some other plant with larg guide superintendant laud, (except auction sixteen, for Resolution should terminate with Gov. Duval, dated 8th of May, 1826
the which concludes his labor ,
t .4 leaves and strong roots. Plants of to point the use of schools therein,) to be the first branch, which only called stating that the Department does
and her walk is measured not
,I ., f. this character, are in their nature as a one, located under the direction of the for information wish to receive the visits of Indian
and her indications uniform
as are by
'f \ the opposite of the cane plant ; Secretary of the Treasury : [which llr.Vhite explained, that his without its express consent, on
account
means of this instrument which is not
) t thy penetrate and loosen the soil ; lands shall be, and forever remain, object was to ascertain from the: ot the expense.No. S
costly, ($S in New-Yoik) ket-
; the its the every to the use of said institutions for whether : From the
; cane by roots upon surface tle of while the juices arc of Department an appropriation \4'T Secretary Of
t binds and stiffens it. This sugar tIe education of indigent deaf and would not facilitate the la War to Delegation of Florida Indians
the same weight, will be of the same :
) with me is not theory but the re- 1Il): '. 'luni! praoRs, or if said institu- bor of procuiing materias! for : oh the subject of their visit

suit ol twelve years experienr. It must be understood that water 10.is snail sdl! the land, which they want ofwhich, the work was de p I. Tuesday, December 26.

4 1 Another benefit arising from nei : boils at 212 degrees. of Fahrenheit's are auhorizd! fodo, thv :noney a- layed. He wished this information Mr. Mercer, from the Com'O't

i t cui'ivation of light sandy soils, is Thermometer ; you can never increase rising from :ucn sale shall band from the Department. He Road and Canals, reported a bill authorizing -

}; hat% frosts at the approach of winter this heat ; it is a little hotter h a re-main forever to the same use ; thought the practice was not unu the re-opening & repainV

I are more temperate, and that moment before its ebullition than! i Si -lid it &hil! : >e the duty of said sual There were precedents on I of the Kings Road, from the Geor"

r 4' f moderate frosts improve the.juices can ever be made afterwards ; as a cororai..ns t't sell the said lends, th files ot the House, in which gia, line to New-Smyrna, the comple.

.w : i oftae cane, while the cold when I basin of water contains before it runs within 5 ye 4rs from tht t';, -*1,' .'"' :ii I appropriations had been made on tion of the road from Pensacola St.

more severe congeals those .juices over, something' more than it can be the said Act, and tie:: JAjVt; taU 'I\:'- requisitions of the Secretary of I Augustine, in Florida, and for other

i I ; "by which they aie evaporated atd I made to contain after its unity of surface be located in one of the Territories War. If time were unnecessarily purposes; read twice and committed'

l J; l vealiened.: The alluvion soils of the is broken. The nower in fluids-. on lands to vt hich the Indian title lost, it would be long before this Thursday, December -2--*..

f: t river 6c of the. lower grounds upon to retain heat., is in, proportion i to the has been extinguished-! ] important Nay Yard would be Mr Scott, from the .Committee or;
J t t creek swill no doubt a The P ubiic Lauds, made a motion
t procure substances that contained in them ; question being on the engrossment completed 1 to discharge -

i muIisuperiorgrowthofcanefromvvntch and as you disperse in steam the 'Webster said he had no has the Committee from the consideration -

t however, it is more dull aqueous mattur of such fluids, you increase 111'Vhite of Florida, movedto tility to the resolution) but he of the subject of an addi-

.tJ It cult to make Sugar, & me sugar of the quantity of heat they are amend the Bill by sinking out would, as the gentleman from Florida tional Judicial District in Florida ;

t. which is alwajs inferior. In fine capable} carrying. The Thermometer all the words enclosed in brackes, was not inclined to modify it which was agreed to.'lYuesday.

tI t -every day'sexperience saiifies me, ill marking the degree of heat in and] substituting the following : move to strike out the last clause January 2.
\ that lighter soils will in the end the fluid On motion of Mr.
indicates White
distinctly the quantity Provided the same shall be sold Let us call for the information it was

b. be more profitable, while they arecertainly of any substance contained in it. by the Receiver and Register of which is required, but let us not Resolved, That the Committee on

t cultivated with less labor It is on the observation of the phenomena -I the Land-OlHce. within the dis- depart from the usual mode. Commerce be instructed to inquire
) lo men and animals than those of this law that I into the expediency
produced by you trict where tht same shall be located Mr. Webster then moved to a- rebuilding thq
J -a heavkrquality.i If howe ri- arrive at the law aim Custom-House in St.
-er you at.Vhca at th? first public sale, and mend the resolution by striking Augustine, lately -
I ver lands or low lands of de the cane-juice is reduced destroyed by fire, or of
any by evaporation the money arising from the same 'iut all after he words ")ast ses repairing:
] : fccripiion arc selected, upon such I until it becomes sugar on growingcold be paid to the institution.Mr sion." the Government House now occupied

t "would} unquestionable cultivate the and when that sugar is of the Cambrelengvoud! have no The amendment was then by the U. S. Superior Court, in such
i ribbon Cane because those quality desire it mark agreed manner as to suit both
; upon : you you upon objection to the amen .'it'n., but to and the resolution objects.
was :
a-
. I wl3.. the juices are more ..Voundant' your Thermometer the degree of heatit for its tendency to diminish the doptcd. --- *-53 WAWtJ 4: rrrniiiiTEfcFrom ; .-.-._ !

.i1 \ tlHsn UDOJ lighter lands, which rtjnoes '- carried in the boiler at the moment which the land might The tIe Baltimore American
price bring. Speaker laid be fore the BRITISH
. ', r one of the material objec- you damped your fire, and began to Mr. '.Vliitestaed that the gram House the following communication By reference COLONIAL to the head THADE "I
it
proper wm
lions to this cane; and its ripenin empty your'kettle. This line once seen that both be:
::1 to a similar institution itt Kentucky from the Secretary of \Var m houses of Congress, tb
: ,
:; In te! month of October, enables I determined, your principal attendant :. embraced lnd in Florida. If which was referred lathe Committee Committees to whom the subject had beca ::1.
; ) : the cultivator to in has only to watch his Thermometer referred have made Reports,
get a accompanied
this land should also be selected in Indiar. .S
on Affairs, and orderedto by bills, m
{] j r greater portion ot' his attentively at the close of suhstuutmlly the same form, for J
crop. every
opera he it
would
: same Territory, tendto be printed. regulating trade and intercourse between .,
.to In Louisiana every where the tion. At Sapelo; during this season retard the settletnentoithat sec- DEPARTMENT WAR the United States and the British Colonies

J ,I : tanc is cultivate with the plough; our juice lins ranged between 9 and 10 ion of the country, Besides the OFDetemhfr )( The reports in both House.we lear*

\ :h I three furrows_ are thrown together of the Hydrometer*" ._ ---- ---._,* amiv nu_ .. (%>/ Ml h:1vn**W [, for the institution in Ken- Sir 16.. 1826- from the National Iit1llrrpn.r\_ arpsiderablc _n or_. rnn__ _- .I
grant : In with .
compliance a reso- length, and
1 %toIT. i"ur to fiv feet distance boiled our sugar up to 253 and 254 ol exhibit much industrr.
,
the Thermometer. tucky, the grant to Gen. Lafayettewas lution of the House of Representatives andrescarch.
'I tin! :i sigl! trench is opened ir These also located in Florida ; and of the 16th of :May last, di. 'The object of the bill,it will be seen, is,
4 details
I h ht pij'J.lk'! and ;he cane thrown place sugar boiling these to prevent the admission of
141 ,7 r c.T.tinuer: ? !'ring sometimes. upon a ground of security they had grants were injurious to the recting the Secretary of \Var, "to the ports of the United States any, after vessels the 30th into
of
;r a' .- c. ;he'H.Vhen: ine is : not h'/retoforc arrived at. An'i herewith .rosperily the Territory. If communicate to this House the day September next, from the Colonies

... ........* *,> be pieced cane :. ic\v general observations, I will Congress: is disposed to make correspondence with the War Department and possessions of Great Britain, including"
; An the trench them all
these grants, he only desired to by name, except Upper Canada
conclude this communication.Tin not before called for by :
\
s"\! he with
cu! :nto two a provision fur the
,
piocrs $have the lands suspension of the
.. .. I ) .Tiltivition of brought into mar- resolutions of the House subsequent act in either
is of
f.f' ;.t'. the extremities ribin. sugarcane! attended two cases, viz, First, if the
Mis!; in warmth of the and:: with about iL") s.iie: labour ket with the other public lands. i to 2nd of January 1826, in President shall receive satisfactory evi
sun,
r ilpranping! the that is required in the cuitvaion: ? of'CIt'Ofl After some remarks by Messrs. retation to the Florida Indians ; deuce that the ports in the British Colonies -
roots in
young he : where the \Vurtz, M&llarv, Buchanan and I now transmit herewith and Possessions arc open to the admission -
Spring The lim1 of planting ex- cotton i is: planted] l in papers of vessels of the United States |g
I drills and ridges. It is McCoy.M ,numbered from 1 to 14 which fur- paying mi
tend-i from the 15'h of Octub-- more difficult no holier or other duties than those levied
: to plant than but : r. W hite said he only proposedthat nish the information on British vessels B<
and
to the lit of March ; the full! of cotton, when once required by that our vessels are
the lands! should be sold in the the permitted to
the: year is the Lt. if planted there is no more anxiety-you resolution. export therefrom th.same produce -
you have same manner the landsare I and on the same terms, British
neither as
dread worm frost public have the honor to be as
JjMsure for the nor nor your obedient vessels, then
this
1
operat'on.; Every act be
cold sold. The institution could may suspended, by
winds and have
I five servant
months
; ,
.tt. cane that is put sound into theground you proclamation of the President.
p in the fall of the instead of thirty days to complete lose no more than would be lost by JAMES: BARBOUR.Hon. Secondly : the bill proposes the provi-

: the Yt'arVll1 your operation in. the United States. Not a foot of J. W. Taylor, ion which Mr. Gallatiu was authorized to
vegetate in Spring. In Louisiana Iu and land given to General) propose to the British Government viz.
4 I reaping preparing for mar- Lafayette Speaker of the House of Representatives. ,
thry cultivate from four to ket thelabor had been sold. The No that if vessels of the United State are admitted !
, I five is heavy ; but it takes good lands of Letter from.T. L.M'Kennev in the British
i acres to the labourer this Colonies '
. r is ; the character of the Vint.-mo, _n.._j..,_ -?P._,,W nn_*. fif-1& Florida were S i 3rse.- and if-- thpv to Governor: -- .._. _IIIIIVl_ -L.) SliitLfi%..ttv u .Ath.n. .navinpr_ nr---> .Mirlioii... ,<,,<* .'.__possessions''u_ _u. *_ _l",
beyond what I should ----I '" .0.&UU ii 1 it i is beyond what I should ever hope, Wine countries-it is a time of gladness are thus to be held, injury to the January, 1826, enclosing a copy threat Britain, and permitted to export

t. even though oflabour.In Territory must ensue. The Territorial of Memorial of the citizens of thence, to any couutry except Great Britain,
desire. Two acres of cane and all the that Government Florida any articles which Britih vessels may export -
operations ariout is acd .
: supported directing tbe Governor
i ; two acres of cotton Sea-Island then the President
( declare,
by
)
may cube cultivation of : by annual may
cane, the Ox appropriations. In to examiae into the proclamation
4c. I with diligence be appears a causes of that British vessels arrivingin -
t I. is accomplished. It to be the best companion of few years Florida would be admitted complaint.No the United States from the Colonies of
enough arid the division
i t :: will: facilitate of tlm man, he turns the best furrow in the into the Union and he did 2. Copy of a letter from treat BrJm, shall not be subjected to any

; -either crop of cnltivution every operation! 1 Held, -he is the most docile and obedient not wish her to come into the U. Gov. Duval to T. M'K.enney: dated States higher&c."From du;.les than vessels of the United

t t for market. By the first or of preparation October in the mill-though lie moves uion with all these grants hanging Tallahassee, 10th Jan 1826, i and after the date ofsuch procla-

i the Ribbon cane, and! Hy the first of, slow,he moves sure against any resistance upon her. The sugar lands are I stating, that no censure could attach mation, in either case, the acts of Congress,

t November however great that is made to increasing in value ; and, at the to the Indian Agent, Col. of 1818, 1820 and 1823, being all the act
generally, green. cane, is him. end of restricting this trade, are declared to be repealed -
to make- five .years, thest enmnnieq--,._ __ Humphreys and that the prooensi- .I the effect .. .. _
1.1 ripe enough ULU. But In the situations u. ; of- whirh P _nn _r_,nf.will____ b_*
't' bow is this to be tested t The where boilers can may transfer the title to some a- ty to complain of and direct the to leave British vessels at liberty to clear

4. and taste, may to .be experienced eye be procured in a day or two, it is a gent, and thus injure the Territory, officers of Government, is commonto from the United States to any country .
matter of indifference whether iron I and evade all whatever as our vessels clear thence.
f juan, some information the object if the limita- new countries.No. may
convey the The
; to or used general language of this act, i is to
copper are but in
inexperienced man none. But hap- where ; a country tion.Mr. 3. Copy of a letter from T. say to the British Government, if you will
pily there is a small instrument, of a broken boiler cannot be Cambreleng sttied that he was L. M'Kenney to Gov. Duval dated open the direct trade between the United

E little cost and of great simplicity in replaced but after a long delay, cop- i not anxious to have tie lands located 1 Ith Jan. 1826announcing that States and the Colonies, we will do the

t its use, which measures with per should always be preferred. The in Florida. The who of the United Major John Phagan was same ; if you insist on the circuitous trade,
: appointed
I as copper however of the boiler we shall follow your lead. The bill seems
should States
.& much distinctness, Q..the quantity never be thick. Count Rumford has lect. is open to us, aid we may se- sub-agent to assist GOT. Du- to be framed In a spirit of amity, by whichalso
aweets contained the the of the of Commerce
juices of told report Committee
II cane. as a scale measures the \Vei ofl us, and experience confirms the The Bill &c. were. then laid on the val.No.. 4. Copy of a letter from in each House appears to be charac-
... ; declaration that terized.
thin
At
Olltbdjr this
.J" conners, .. table. Gor. we are the more gratified,
.J 01 pouuerous UUUI. It is an IJydrometer thick ones. --- -- -- Duval to T. L. M'Kenney, as we are d"'rl.JI't1lv' I /-.n.mni fin'" thin"... ,
; fit costs in New' York Tuesday.December, 12. dated- 23 Jan.- 1826 like --- ------'J V1"1"JWatU IVf fLltJ fc* .0
one I The is I giving a dis- a quarrel between the two nations upon
I' I dollar,) a glass tube with quicksilver through thin reason that heat pastes On motion af Mr. \Vhite of Florida, i trussing account of the situationof any question such as the one involved in

io it ; it as graduated from water (the fore it has time copper into the fluid be I I it was the Indians, and staling the necessity this controversy, which each nation has an
to
calcine its external Resolved, i indisputable right to act municipally
unit) to the heaviest .w- ; Thai the Committee of of relieving them. upon
syrups {( surface. Thin boil without offence to the other. We have
rswiH Roads
i j w.ih dear water the tube sinks to the cost c.olless than copper iron while and Canalshe instructed to inquire No. 5. From Gov. Duval to T. no doubt, that in the end,Great Britain will

cypher: and when the juice of the more secure against they arc !I into tho expediency of making L. M'Kenney, dated 24th Jan. see her interest in retracing her step*,seeing

cane will make sugar, it rises to 7. accidents : but au appropriation for the completion of 1826, showing that no impropriety that the United State is entirely disposed
they require more attention to cleanliness. the Military .-aJs from Pensacola to act towards her on'principles ofreciprocity
E Below : it will r to
r s.! not make sugar and. Saint occurred in the issuing of ra ,
I l must: be boiled into syrup. At 7 it. Whenever there is in Augustine, and from St. Mary'sto tions. .....

will require a quart of lime to make king sugar, ,the cane should difficulty be reduced ma- Florida.New-Smyrna. in the Territory of No. 6. From Got. Duval to T. A Lcgislatitc J'oume.-By one of the

t t I tt granulate. When the instrument in the that L. M'Kenney, dated 22d Feb. late mails we received a pamphlet of 22
length is
indicates brought to the Thursday, December 14. large octavo patrcs, being the inaugural
8 as the of the 1326
weight juice mill. One giving the result of an exploration
ortwo greenjoints at the On speech-of Gor.Ninian Edwards to the legl$-
motion
of Mr. White
Florida
I a pint of lime to the hundred gallons is end of the cane, will materially injure it was of the Indian country.No. latitre of Illinois. It will not be required of

enough-at nine,half quantity will the quality of the 7:. From Gov. Dhval to T. us to say what is in it,for nobody will sus-
\ sugar, and lacrosse Rcsold, That. '
< the task of re>.din: it.-Albany Argux*

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Chrrr13Ilc.f; llc Va. Crpiral Gu. 1 11."r will complete it in the couse of next shore, & it Is immediately round this point our Kattanity. It,required some independence :: -

Florida Canal.-Col White, I month. that large vessel would hare to anchor, to make these declarations, but the

hu Delegate in Con Tfess from the The fortifications requisite for the for extensive flats extend all round the principles involved are eo just and sound, DIED.-At oXTuAZ.T CantonemetfeCiiach in this
By. A slight glance at the map will shew that few will be found
of
Territory of Florida, }its on several defence sufficient hardihood vicinity, on Sunday last
of Pensacola will evening W
I hay comprise that the point and the main land arc too dis. attack Capt.
to conti overt them.'
,lccasi communicated to the public that above stated, and one atiths tant to admit of being completely for fieil. In order to induce Conr.ss AR.MSTKOVC: of the 6th H.giment U. 8. Infantry.TLe -

view's of the great advantages And as to the main land it is backed by an promptly to I following communication baa
}IK Barrancas therewith
,to co-operate determine the land claim in East Florida keen handed us for publicationfor the information -
which would result from the con- | in the defence of the entrance into immense region of swamps and marshes, the council use a forcible argument, and it is of his friends.

tiuCt1fl of a Canal across the Penjnsiilt < the bay, and those that may be required the rendering country any almost access impos from ibk the The interior surveyors of ":"for the information of Congress" too, I'|.. Capt.V.. Armstrong of the 6th Infantry,

His "that the un-adjudicated lands in Florida arrived on Thursday last from the State
of Florida. communica : of
: f fir of the been able
the defence of the :Navy-Yard public lands! have not '
would support a population of'20,000 inhabitant -!Missouri for the benefit of his health bul
tor. contain :he clearest &. most satisfirtorv ; and to approach nearer than twenty miles of it, ;
Depot.The ::, and that the delay in settling these was !so far gone, with a pulmonary complaint -
aud there is than
information on this s bject. I progress which has been made that distance.no population nearer U twice claims has kept out of the Territory.more that notwithstanding ib* aisictavus

ha..lately addressed most i interesting : As a Naval lIe :a in the of the plans and estimates to Randolph,
projection be as difficult to defend as Key West, no
I that the lands here spoken of tolerably with the attention the
of
are friendly Commanders
the
the Chairman of -
: paper to 1 of the fortifications proposed troops or :Militia could be drawn to it with.
fertile, as well as extensive, to support so and officers of the 1st and 4th
of Roads and Canals in out loss of time inconvenience aud
Committee to he erected Santa Rosa island great ,
I on great a population. The Memorial also as- Regiments, to whom he was totally unknown -
Congre: on the snm subject, and ( has been stated. Before plans and expense. As a place of anchorage for ships serts that the location of the Indiana bas : he died on Sunday at about 5
of the line, if there be nuch water the
ihe ojii'emplation of a line of inland I estimates for the other fortifications bar as is represented,as I have no doubt ou it seriously impeded the settlement of the !i O'Clock P. !M. after having made Lis will

uAvipititui from west fairest part of Florida". "The land in ..in favor of the children of Ms sister, Mrs.
Appalachicola mentioned can be projected, it will be would be valuable: but this: is a very different thi
!' vicinity is excellent". And the Campbell, of the State Ohio.
ward: New-Orleans.: The impossibility necessary to examine and make minute matter from making \ a great place of Memorial afterwards, while speaking yet of the

of giving so lengthy a document of the position selected depot for our naval stores and supplies. lands granted for a seminary of
learning,
surveys It must be from the raJureof I
a place in our Jouinal, hns compelled for the Navy-Yard, and of its connec- in the rear.sickly The Britbh and Spaniardsare country da asserts, that in neither East nor West Flori ;iw1ot WV;
can be found lands
good
whereon
us to borrow the faithful summary tion with the position at the Barrancas. both well acquainted with St. Joseph's to locate a single township.enough Now this- .,.

of the, iltimore American. The examination and of Day, for they both had estiblishments there, -
surveys apparent inconsistency, about which so Or l\Sn.CO\\1..
In the summary is embodied a fund the connection between the positions but they abandoned them-they never much has been said,is sheer policy and for- -- .
of l
-
thought it in with
of information sufficient to shew the alluded to will be to dc- placing comparison cible argument. It is not so essential that ENTERED.Feb. .
necessary Pensacola. It receives ro river and docs
magnificence of the project, and, (if crmine whether, and to what extent, not communicate with tie interior. The I these have arguments the intended be effect"in strictly true', if they : 9th-Schr. Thorn, Campbell, New

C will undertake such works magnificent harbor Pensacola has been convincing Orleans, Cargo toJ. C. and C. C. Keyser
JI1:recs ) it might be practicable, in the location I Il Congress of theexm-diencvof. rrantin thi'
-- ------- --- S. Patterson and the Master.
the importance of its being undertaken of the works with which it is pro- l known has sufficient and justly depth celebBted fwatcr for on centuries.It the bar. prayers of the :Memorial.It .-J 0- 10th. =-Schr SanAntonio, Rotcb, New. '

: and accl>mplished. posed to occupy those positions, and for any vessels we shal be likt-ly to employ is well, at all events, that Congress Orleans ; Cargo to the Master,

in the projection of plans for tlueni, in the Gulf, and if leccssary it can: be should understand that there are but scat French :Ship:: Pactole, DelalueBordeaux,

jT f A9cn1 \ & them to the of reciprocating deepened : the Bay itself sufficiently capacious tering and inconsiderable spots of food landin 55 daysCargo to N. H.Allen and to order
to adopt purposes to fleets Florida, while weask the favour of locat- 12th.-Schr. Waverly, Smack, Mobile,
: ---- man uvcr completely
defences with each other, sheltered from any windparticularly the S. ting the University lands in sections ; but Cargo to J. Jerrison and C. Y. Fonda.

and of co-operating in the fulfilment \:. most to be dreaded, which is not thecae when we ask for the removal of the Indians, Sloop Enterpirxe. Sawyer, Key-West ;

of the objects of their destination re- in St. Joseph's. It is more than 100( or the ad-iudication, of the land claims, it is Ballast.13th. .
well, and the argument is forcible, to assort .-Schr. Elizabeth, Forsyth, New-
miles in circumference, receives three rivers,
spectively. cambia Yellow-water river, k. Choctaw : that the land in the vicinity of the In- Orleans ; Cargo to F. II. NisbetJ. C. and

The Board Engineers will be at hatc'iie:' and, communicates to the East and dians is excellent, that the "private claims" C. C. Kc st'r. J. Pcicay,. N. H. Allen and

I Pensacola in the course of the ensuing West by arm? which approach so near: the would support a population of 20,000. It the Navy Agent.CLEARED.

Spring; ; and should the views of! Cay Mobile, Andrew's and S'. Jo- is more than probable Congress will never .
discover the discrepancy of this! reasoningifindeed Feb. 9.-Schr. Amelia, Roach, New-Or..
render connection It
which su'ph's as to a
Government in of eafy.
pursuance that body will be able to understand leans ; Ballast.l2th.Schr.
-
the fortications for the defence of the j communicates by land with Alabama, Tennessee it. Rut if, our Council have consciences: .Thorn, Campbell, New-Or
(; whence Militia be
and
CAll
i
eni'ga
Na :I pliant enough to make an inconsistent argument leans.
into the and of the
entrance bay
drawn in case of 'Ieces it.r. It lie contiguous
j it is "all for our benefit and 13th.-Schr. Enterprize, Sawyer, KeWest. *-.
vy-Yard determined have: to the southwestern mtrt Mobile
-- were upon, great
we ought not to find fault. Though it is .
:1- ;) Y, FIBJWARY16,1S27. and NV\v Orleans and is
=--.:... undergone no change in the meantime directly On wished thc)' had in this instancensed rather Schr. Celia. Hitchcock, Key-West.
'the of vessels hound from tte North
Verite sanspcur. the. Board will be required: to tract more specious and plausible reasoning.The i iI ARRIVED. .
to those places. In its rpo raphkral position I
Council have been accused of hostiLity -
make the examinations ali-uled! to, ; there is every thing be desired. I Feby. 10.-U. S. Transport Schr.
the to our Delegate in Congress. Tin
H'cif.-By politene of
1'rom
Key
and furnish instructions for making Th- aroid is and (
Cap B. Sawyer, of the Sloop Eliteprize to country high healthy, is a hasty inference. Theymust have observed Florida, Baker, Tampa Bay via St.
and hi abundance with the finest I
froci Key West, which place she left on the} the surveys which the results of those supplied other that his exertions have been crowned Marks.-Passengers Gen. E. P.
These and
water. nidi'\ advantages
,
4th inst:. we arc informed that CO11IIflcdOtCorler examinations may indicate to be necessary with uncommon success, that his vigilance Gaines Col. Clinch Capt. Burch '
were no doubt considered by the commissioners ,
? was then still in that port and* that and which will be executed has anticipated the wishes of the
gentlemen! tile mo-t experienced Council and Lieut. Martin U. S. Army-Mrs.
that in fact his talents and indus
tt.c whole of Laborde's squadron without delay. ftad let qualified! to decide on these subject Mitchell :Messrs.
btJckndi71.him. The fact how- try are complimented from one cud of the Burch end Miss -
n
j lojed The above remark from which -. Ti. Bay of St. Joseph, with the
Union to the other, and that ditinguished Williams R.V. Williams
.,1i i is that I'oitrrwa> inure iulvHntageons- the bar ascribed Bond, C. C. -
ly ftuplored in that situation, than he mabe inferred the fret of its being depth of w iter on desid, to it, men both in and out of Congress hold him and Hussey.
on our coast
oiipplies a great
could itemizing.. himself! ,with a igate supposed that the views of the Government iu the highest estimation. These things were
value from the
} and deiivcs us facility with all known to the councillors and :llth-Sloop Enterprize, Sawyer,
they very
in state of blockade
remains a supposed in relation to th<* proposed which n steam boat navigation he form- \f with Mechanics for theNavyYard
in naturally inferred, that his talents were Key- cst,
l is
while
> employed
e busily making re-
ed it with Peiisacol & New-Or-
jaiis and sends his hugs out to make prizf defences for Pensacola, may possiblybe lean'Ir to f.nncet wilt he ot'I'ctiite for such, and his popularity so great, that theExecutive taken from the wreckof
a port our
changed was suggested by information I would shortly find for him a more
--tlll'V had both returned a daor two 5115;, of the line, which lmarbe supplied from i the Schr. Globe Boston-

before Capt. Saw>er sailed- -one with Cv<' recently- received, respectingthe the Depjt} at Pensacola.!: through this interior ] distinguishedemployment situation will allow. Thus than his present lose Shiploreck.-On Friday Feb. 1st

iud the other with three prizes. By the result of lately made of The conclusion! I draw fearing to
will survey navigation. his services it became the rcpicicntutives between four and five o'clock A.M. .
Porter he
time: tint Labordc knows find the bay of St. Joseph. It is understood from the discovery !is, not ibjO the works at of the
to the threat Weeks
people, guard against the Schr Glob Bartlett
that! he is not to be quietly kept under control ,
Pensacola he but that
are to stopped[ itpre-
the channel into that ening evil. Wbat could have been
leading course
and: that howe\.er appearances may in. I ruts .noreb'erful considerations of policy Master, from Boston bound for PEN- '
tiiiMie a submission to restraint, ttf'\ must hay has been ascertained to have a 1 thewoik of this Internal adopted more efficacious, more delicate or with Mechanics freight for
to;: c mmence true than that 9ACOI.A,
the Council! It
pursued by ,
lie pcnaitted with some ultimate adva'itrijjeti depth ofSO feet and Gould's chart ;
) ; : communication, which I have been laboring Mr. oi'the Navy-YardstnJckon
became
in view. It is necessary to show the world, or Keep
Mexicans
the
f-il> >h:M Coin. Porter will sail as suppa-so,.,]. asIf exhibits the bay as being ve-y capacious I tl) ui e.ss upon. .ue attention of the ..NationalLegislature. at least all the great men in our nation, Sambo Keys Florida reef, fifteen

and as having the depth of five that our Delegate i ib not so diligent as they she
pleases and that I.aboide's squadron If tiis .:omm.:1i ation i is fcnned.it might miles from Key-West, where was
cannot keep him in port an hour after he and six fathoms throughout its whole :' .. National have believed him, that he is often regard. disovered in distress about 8 o'clock
save .1: neces i'y 'f"tendingtiat' less of the wishes and interests of his ,
.
constituents -
i 11 ready and willing- to pioceedto sea. extent. The best channel of entrance Roan farther than from thence "
MiUodgeville of the Sloop nter'"
that, iu fact, be is out a common by Capt. Sawyer
into Pensacola has of I thiougii t'jllahassee in the.Applach cola &,
bay a depth man. To do this effectually ntthingcould prise who immediately proceeded

Weil Found.-\\ e aro happy to twenty-one and a half feet. Ihencv byste bu.t to New'Jrleans..hich have been devised be'ter. tan! to accuse with his and four smacks to ren-

mte: that the mail, mentioned in our submitted: would be more expeditious by several days, him ignorance of the true interests of the sloop
Respectfully ,
a iid) save half the expense of the National I der lu r assistance and was able to
Lit as lost, has been found-it was ALEX. MACOMB, !Road.J'hese. people, of advocating measures l'in direct
I the and crew together
'- opposition to the C.NAM.MULS vaicf of tun pea- save passengers _
detained beyond the usual time of arrival JIa}. Gen. Chief Eng. remarks are respectfully)) subraited .
file". They leave it to be inferred that our with a pan of her cargo, which

by the irregularity of the rider, The lIon. J. BARROUR, to the committee of Military Affairs, who Delegate has neglected his duty-he oughtto owing to the bad weather was consid

but by his subsequent diligence, the Secretary of War. arc charged by Resolution with an enquiry have protested against the restrictions
the of damaged.The .
into expediency erecting Fortifications erably
of the of Courts he
time 105t was regained terms our Superior :
The following copy of a lettcrfrora : for the defence of Pentacnia Bay. should have foretold the direful consequences -

Col. White to the Committee, in reply JOS. :,I. WHITE. that must ensue, thru his constituents United States' ship Hornet, in which r:

Fortification:for Pt'7.frIola.-By the poI'ltenrss to the intimation contained in the T__ :---- -- -. '----- would be reduced to the necessity "of selling :Mr. Seigeaiit Minister the South American .

of our attentive correspondent at foregoing that the Naval Depot COMMUNICATIONS. their horses and cattle to defray the cx- Congress, embarked for Vera Ciuz,
report,
lauded letters at St, Jajjodn Cuba, on the
\Ya hil. enabled to give a hud ;
?tOll w are our peiues attending a couitw,7jtrc ihey
possibly be removed from this For the rciuacoia Gazette. out from Philadelphia. -
reiuieis the following! report respecting may no bU$ TLesl.1 12th December, ten days
place to St. Joseph's while it givesan I Mu. HUNT.: -The last Memuiial of our .-Nat. Journal.
and titiinitte of foitifications concuJllttc'C.Jl' ;
pJan Now considering the end to be attainedby -
Legislative Council, addressed to Congress, '-'_.-" '"" '"'!! "- --: '- 1
which evidence of the deter : :
; } Pcnsucola": was read additional the Council, I of their wisdom in f- -
is vjl-.able State Much has a'- approve '
.'Hi bid ou the table In the house of Re- wInch a Paper. c)11)L1E -
mined vigilance with our Dele ready been said of it in the way of criti- I this expedient, and admire the delicacy dib- ,

;rtscTtatLb: C s on the 3d January. gate watches over the interests of his I ciem, but .it certainly possesses merit of 110 playedin this part of the production. I f they ON CONSIGNMENT1T1iHE
EcGNEETt DEPARTMENT: 7 erred all it in in
at was involving Congress
constituents, presents arguments so ordinary cast-like: the wisdom of Solo- Cargo of the French Ship PaciTAi

December 26th, 1826. 5 I and unanswerable that they I I mni: the bdlf ha., not been told, and, I may the same censure with our Delegate. Letit tole. Capt. Delalue from Bordeaux -
cogent be remembered that the aim of the Council .
of intrucns 1 the ,
SIR-In H half'can be discovered.Tins i .
pursuance never
T your i I can hardly fail to effect the object i in i i iI I i it was to secure the services of our Delegate consisting ofCASKS
containsome
: few but then
to the informato:1 : : errors, Claret Wine
to report you I view. In the letter which enclosed !I I iis policy, its consistencyand its adaptation for another term of two >ears at least, and
called for the resolution of ii must I 00 of the most approved
by our carping critics be dumb with admiration
; i t the copy, Col. White remark's. "The I I to the ends proposed al e wonderfully exem- Brands, of the vintage
the House of 'Slnt'tjYC5 of the ,
RClrf : plied in so short a production, and jive it
'low state of the Treasury will prevent of 1822.
sIll! instant, d'rcctlnir: : "he Secretary: I high claims [') immortality. Fair ;Play. Old
Brandy
i a great number proposed appropri- 22 Pipes Cogniac ,
The favorable attention and will of
good
the House
of War
to comimmic'ire to 580 Boxes Claret wine, some very su e
j ations I however that the
trust one Coiices' '
; w rc to be secured-what couldbe
ivhj has been made in the}
progress! j for the Navy-Yard will not be among Ld'<:r calculated! to effect these objects, LIVRES FIUNCAIS. perior.
pitijection' of the plans Ul..t estimates tl'an the following: introduction ? "The Monsieur A. L. Boimare, libraire & la 80 do. prunes,
the number 1 sliallbcprcparcdto
fortifications for the def n'p. of Pens I ; rc-I I Memorial of the Legislative; Council nf Flo- Nouvelle-Orledns, recemment de ret_i-", 40 half ditto do.
sist of the kind and think Baskets Sweet Oil.
any attempt d'un en France, vlent de minus faiic 100
rida
fhat under voyage
cult( and the and HUMBLY RLpR.E.'sExrr.TH,
> Navy-Ynrd
; bay I such a motion caunotjsucceed." your patronage, THEY hare beheld OUT Ter- passer le Catalogue general des Livres qu'ila 80 Boxes. Olives, Capers, Anchoru

Depot established 1: thorc, when they I WASHINGTON, January 20th, 1827. rho,'p prosperously sltualtd, increasing! in rapport de ce pays ou la literature et and Peaches.

arc expected to be completed and I i The implied huiniaticu, conveyed in the i!!population" [,.c. The above,"with gratitude les sciences continuent i garde Ie rang que 200 do. Colpgne Waters

what has prevented their completionat (Report ofthe Chief of the Engineer Corps, ,fur past favors," could not fail to impress !I les COKKEILLE, ItACIXr:, VOLTAIKI:, nov 36 do. Ant$. Cordials. -

the lilac suggested by the report from t Inch I am inclined to think- was inserted j ji Congress with a consciousness of baring SEAU, Berro.N, les LALAMDE, LirL.scECe- 100 Bags Almonds and Walnut, 25

the i without due consideration is the first from done well for us, & must necessarily excite a VIZR, H-\uy, LavoisiEn, FOURCROY ; tout recemment Ibs each. .

depart ment during the lust: session ; j any official quarter that 1'ensacola is not niffricion, that we arc a very grateful people. THENARO ct un grand nombrc 45 Large Earthen Water Jars.fln .

.I have the honor to make the followng I 1 the most suitable place for the ;NavulDcpot I! Congress. : u true, may be.a little_puzzledto d'autres, lui ont fait prtndre. _-_ F.mntv----rv _Tlf-miiohna.____' -n'-__'

report: on the shores of the Gulf. The estimate learn wlio tire meant by the word they in II est p4lU de DOS bonuses dijtingues, en 100 Bags Gorki,

At the last session two reports, on I for Fortifications might, with as mych propriety I the introduction quoted above, but as the de ceux qui ont de justcs pretentious d le 100 Hampers Bottle*, .

the subject of fortifications for Pensa-!I ,!have beenmadeto depend on the pro- j vanity of that body (for it is composed of devenir, pour qui la Jangue fran aise, soit 12 Packages Dry Goods, containing

babily ofa removal to Key West, since TCSsels ; huniHnity) may be supposed to have been tout. .fait e"trangere; et parmi cclles de Broad Cloths, Linens, Handkerchief of

coh, were communicated to the j of a larger size! can find anchoragethan slightly affected, such trifling errors must nos jeuncs am ricaines dont reeducation aiii different kinds, Cambricki, Printed Cot-

House of Representatives, one of! nt })cns \cola. The greater depth of escape; notice. j soignee, on ea rencontie rarement qui tonsShawhPrdnella ShoesGlovesColor-

them dated the 24Jd of December 1825, ; water said to be on the bur of St. Joseph's After thus securing the favor and partiality n'aient acquis ou qui ne sc proposen t d'ac- ettes, Artificial Flowers, Head Dresses,

acil the other the 10th of February Bay, is the only superiority which I have I thiitb-ody, the subject of the Indian quel ir la connaissancc de cette langue. Umbrellas. Foolscap and Letter Paper

heard ailed jrcd,but depth of water is not the hostility is forcibly and eloquently introduc- Nous offrons a nos concitoyens ct a nos Ribbon, Silks !Lc. &c.

1S2G. only circumstance to render the place eligi- Notwithstanding our prosperity and concitoyennes de Pcnsacole de les mettre -
IN STORK
I do not perceive in either of those ble as a Depot. The Naval Depot must bea happy situation "more recent OUt>'Ug .f 'have a-meme de parcourir le catalogue de Mr.
A suitable
' : reports, any intimation that plans and IStIinates 1 place of safety, not only' for vessels, but been committed, which HAS thruun a damper Boimare et parli lious nous flattons de fcr the general assortment goods

(' for a large amount of public property, it on the spirit of our agriculturists (I quote I't: poir de concourira leur agre"ment autant country. ,
of fortifications for the de
ought to be a place of health, susceptible of %erbatim). This will also c&capt notice in qu' a leur utilite". Nous leur proposons aus- N. H. ALLEN.

fence of the JS'avy-Yard and depot at defenceeasily accessible from the interior, the glowing picture of Indian warfare, si de faire venir, pour eux en me me terns Pensacola 13th Feb. 1827-$0tf.Administrator's

t Pensacola, would be projected at any the Bay ought to be spacious, conveniently when consternation and ten or must have que pour nous, aux tcrmes les plus avanta'eux Sale. .

early date ; nor any suggestion of the situated for obtaining supplies. The Navy cast a "damper over the imaginations of les ouvrages dont les titrts'auront le

time at which the and estimatesof board, whose province it is to decide on the people and thus presented to the plus flatt leur gout, ou qui leur emblerout Y permission of the Hon. County

plans these matters, hare given no hint of this minds of the writers in visible shapes "bentows" propres a Jes e"clairer dans leurs professions. B. Court for the County Escarabia, I

anof. the fortifications, having new discovery, and they are not deficientin "* "arrows" and "blood". Under I Le math maticicn, soil nautique ou ingenieur -' will expose for sale for cash to the high-
1
reference to the objects stated in the information, for they were actually in these circumstances surely the productionis ou tacticien; 1'architecte, le natu- est bidder at 12 o'clock M. on Saturday

resolution, would be completed. possession of a survey of this,very harbor, entitled' to our admiration. raliste, l'agriculteur, le botaniste, le chi- 10th February 1827, in front of the CourtHouse {

The resolution of the House dated executed by an officer of the JS'avy, at the But the Council "crpecially recommend, miste, le medecin, l'orateur, le Clrammai- in the City of Pensacola ft* the :

time that Pensacola was chosen, go that all that a llegiment be ordered some point on rien, le moraliste, les p rcli de famille'et Fwww.deceased
the ofJ. M.
8th of February last, which the advantages and disadvantages were maturely the' St. JOillU, I;flce it is by tome confidently tous ceux qui s'occu!>cnt de I' dt1ratio 1 et de property

report of the 10th of February last was considered" 1 assert with confidence, i Relieved that the nation is bent on war"; fi\ rinstiudionde jeUnessej* les jeunes-gens 1> f4JL COO iA win
>
intended to answer, appeared to indicate that the only effect of deferring the appropriation the Council very prudently and wisely do qui en sannt d ji: assex pour apprecier said City and rf the said lot shall not

of the will be to retard and embarrass an "not pretend to determine" the truth of the les avantsges d'une bonne Education et qui ;
a the of to
disposition on sufficient .money
um nay
part
I bring a
la leur :
House establithmentabtolutelycalletlforby the tce- belief. It was enough to adduce such an argument prouvent Ie d .ir de petfectionner hate been fifed
to have the and esti- the demands which may
plans tern States, and those on the Gulfconside.rable as might induce Congress to said : -ceux: enfin qui n'atiraient pour objet que said

mates for one of the fortifications intended progress has already beeu made, regular troops to that point, and it was,tot d'employcr leur !ems a la lecture des ou- against the Estate of the deceased the
immediately at
for the defence of the entrance buildings have been erected, extensive preparations necessary _to.state that. the "militia have. vratres soit s rieux, soit I6ger, mais tousmoraiix shall proceed- .. .... ..... -same-....
b.._ ,. # checked their Q- instructifs et ammants, pourront time and place, to eu LOt ..c.. 11 L Ala.
LULU rensacola are gOlD forward, and contracts outrages"and were more
as bay completed as soon to a large amount entered into, and if in than able to exterminate the Indians. The trouver dons le catalogue de Mr. Boimare, City.

practicable; and, in accordance consequence of some idle rumour or looe just and humane policy, of involving the ce qui leur a souvent manquf et ce qu'ils se M. Crupper,
therewith
instructions were immediately opinion the whole be sutpended, it will be innocent Indians in the punishment of the I fcliciteront d'avoir acquit 'ils pro ttent des Clerk and txJficio Jtlmrin .

given to the Board ot Engineers, attended with losses to the government and guilty is boldly advocated. The Council (acilit s qui leur lont o1ferte.en ce moment. O.TPo1'lZ1D. I

to project the plans and estimates for perhaps retard the establishment for a long do not pretend, that "the nntioni bent on Le n.mbre des exeraplaires que nous SAr.m '

the work period.St. war", but they hypothecally assert, that avons reetu est trop limit pour qu'il nous The sale advertised above it postponed

the proposed to be erected on Joseph's Bay is! situated in an open they hare "forfeited all claims to humani- soit possible d'en distribuer; cependant DOUS until

vestern extremity of Santa Rosa and uninhabited part of the coast 130 miles ty". This is not only the boldest but wisest pourront les prftter gratit ad personnel Saturday 31 st March next.M. .

IslaJ1& east of Pensacola. It is formed by a low measure,because it relieve us at once from qui exprinwnmtle d sir-de lea parcoUrir ;

The Board Engineers have made narrow sandy tongue, making out from the the obligations of an obnoxious treaty-a I et II y aura tonjoucs un exemplaire de ce Cropper, .

considerable main land in a circular manner, about nineor treaty extravagant and impolitic at first, catalogue i la disposition de cens. qui voudront ChrHfea&cofc
in the fulfil- .
progress ten miles in length, but the point nowhere badly observed .n our part, and with a Je consulter ill Ubraiic 4u propri -

ment Of tlus duty, and it is expected; nearer than fire cr-tut ClilW. -ft9B--- -the people, toe,btBe.ath fee owi4niticas! fif, 1i;; de en; GuSUJ... l 10th FebTttaiZi 1337;



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I Qt 1I amsi AN ORDINANCE SUPERIOR COURT Brick, Lime $ I4itheslgTaiit

4 i To Retaliate the Market in Pensacola. of West l'lorida..lVII e d. -
ll1.Ue'J.1t t
YS01\
I I ,I : S.:r. 1st. JJe it ordained by the Boar,: of.1JMermm !RI67' Term* 1826.? WILL purchase, or

e HAS JUST RECEIVED xIER of the City / Pensacota, That I supply of, contract "rib*
of -
Francisco Boiul, Kvecutor( i ;
0 THE ATLAS FROM NEW YORK the Market shill be held at the Market 300.000 IJIUCK:, 8
the Estate of Dnmingo Salas j ovs. inches lon.
and
l AND ELIZABETH ASH THultS House and no where else in the City; oJ wide, and 2 do. thick. 4 Ju.
.f I if shall sell fccfore eight r w
k FROM NEW ORLEANS, any person between the 22nd Fernando Moreno Senior j o 36.900 BUSHELS cr.mmon
I o'clock! in morning Mielr ..
I I A CHOICE supply of of March and the 22nd of September or and Domingo Olivier. J cfFB1HIS 6,900 BUSH t-LS: of Lime, lirn.
: mude
Groceries in addition day came the said Complainant: Ipe Oyster .liel1s.; t
\ -4. before nine o'clock in the morning during
I I to his former stock, among JL 1). Wright Enquire
the Hutchers by Benjamin
the remainder of 1ui'I
jear. 100,000
i 1 which, arc thc' following) 1rI meat. Fish or other articles usually, :t!. Solicitor, and it appearing to the \ I tering. LATHES, 4 feet long< pb3 tid.\i !'. said Fernando Moreno SiMiior
I that the 'I
market in other part of the City thanat
any t
. I. I Pipe Supcnoi Cogniar ErandS'igncUc's the market House they shall pay fo and Domingo Olivier arc not inhabitant! The abovearticiesare to be

: I hnind, offence a fine of Two Dollars. of this Territory, and they having failed quility, and delivered{ at the N..v ufthebest
1 do. Old Holland Gin, every That to appear and answer the complainant's above high uatr mark, Yard
S. 2d. lie it further On/ainm, a ,
c. relU
1 IlJid. do. Jamaica Hum, ed
bill herein' to law. It i h there- the mechanics by
: shall agreeably ant1 most
the market house
the Stalls\ in new
7 Bbls. .Arm.rican Lin! conveluent
. of fore ordered that, unless the said defendants the spot wh'.re to
be leased under the rinlendance they are to
8 do. iNi'H Oilcans Hum, sup be u
t 15 do. Old Whiskey, the Mayor in suth manner, for such price, do appear here, on or before the They will also be subject to the d
.. time first day of the next term of this '';OIU"l. to !inspection of the Yard u
.. 3 do. Pach Brandy I and for such letgth of as may seem tipomWivepv
8 do. Cider and Wine Vinegar." to him most! consistent with the intcresr be holden on the first Monday of May | Brick mu.t be di' v-red hetwe"- the The

2 Provided that lease shall next and answer the complainant's bill j of April POX; and last of 13th
Caks Madeira! Wine, of the City- .no May.
}: ,. ,
1 u (10, I'oltr.anar do. be foa greater '!'cngth of time than one herein- the same shall be taken as con I Bond with unnrnve,! spt'lI..it.... h .
:t : 1 do. Old roil d o. year' iior sl.ull mo-e than two stalls be fessed against them. I required to the' b.hful -exeruf.or-- y -'i.J*

t. do. do. ill Bottles, rented to one ir.iividual.St.c. And it is further ordered that the foregoing I co tract fir the Uric:* and Lime e

I i 2 do. \talug-a, 5nl. lie itfurther Ordained, Thatit be published i in the .Pensucola !! contract wi'l| be cl'Clclol: wn( Jl'ld the
i ? :H do. Clait-t- Gazette once a week for the of I ncnraecept.,
shall he the c1utlf every ptrson, who space j ble proposals are subiItted.; .
i t 30 doz. do. four mo'ntl,') and once a month for two
stall to it t- be
may puichase a : cause Suutl. H.
i : Ovcrton
10 boxes:: Cnmvtock Cider washed every dayjefore ten o'clock, and months thereafter. ,
11 HLls.\<:\\ad" do. A true Copy from the Record. -.
I'I' kept clean and inorder at all times' : an:1 Yavy Agent

JO do. Tioy cK-, every person whoshall(' lflct to wash, .A t tt Pcnsacok. lt .Ja'1'Y la
I -'stwr. 7-44tf.
J'lt London porter, and keep clean hi; or her Stall! and keep HaselllIunt. ((}'The Editor of the
6 HLds. tint N. O. Sugar. \'Chil .
quality
COM..
the same in gooa order, shall for every C'lk. Sup. C't.V.. F. cia! Register vih1 I ..er.
t It :10 Bblb. do. do.do. p easc :nsert the
. !. Molny1', nflence pay a fine not exceeding three Pensacola 15th November 1826-38 in his paper If. J')7e

dollars Every Ditcher or fisherman, or -w4m and m2m.:
limo lu<;. Stij.rjior Loaf Sngnr,
i other sender as tvorcsaid: having corrupted -,
-
1500 do, do, Lump do.
50 boxes Snnpin} Lnige and Sjnnll Bars, meat or rih, poultry, or wild fowl OXEN.I

fJ I 8 do. Shaving rfcv. I in his, her. or theit stall, shall forfeit and PROSPECTUSOF fi WISH to -

10 do. Sperm CiinJN '>, pay for every such aft'encc, a snm not exceeding I i.rate Oxen, to bede.iveid. nf f1J1t

'f I JO do. Mold
10 do. No. 1.Choi. 'dh'te, SEC.4th. Be it ftrlfter OrJairifJ, That 1acon'relegyft \ be young, large and luuhl.y. They rauscSaml.

f t 8 Packages containing 9o canistersiiesh : every person guiltT of engrossingshall \, R.

'1 Imperinl I, (;lun Powder and! forfeit &. pay for each offence the sum offive A WEEKLY PAPER Overton

f Young Hyson Ta, t1utll.t.-siengroS5ing; shall be deemcd to Aavs

I t. 20 boxes flesh Mu.scutand! \lalagt1taisiii consist! in buying up agrcaler quantity of Printed Macon, Ga.14EIIE Pensacola, 1st January 18Jr.44lfConveyancing. .

vegeitahles\ fowls other marketable.
or local -
; advantages of the tovrn of -a--
\ An. do. in..*. KegsJIJ tides-than the persons purchasing can' reasonably *] Macon, as an emporium for Literature -' ;
': DOXPS rltiIi( S, want for use. Provided that the .

t. I"I I Almond, Diid Currents, Capers said ofl'ence shaH not be deemed to have is, almost As well in as the Commerce centre,-situatpdas of the State it I ;-t1: n E subscriber: respectfully! inform.,

. /tlI and Anchovies, been comitted where the public have had the head very ; I L31 Ins ; that he will still
) 10 BiJls, Applcf, reasonable opportunity to be previously at of Navigation on a beautiful j, to draw Deeds, Mortgages, Ihllg|| continue
j river in the ofSife' ,
t heart of
fertile
4 de. dried do. supplied. ; a new, and I'owers of Attorney and other
. 1do.. do. Prnches, healthy country.-were the inducements instrument
I among of
5 J.e. 5th. Br it further Onioned, That writing, ii the most approved forma
t' 20 Bbls Potatoes that Jed to the
proposed un- .
shall cut, injtire.or deface on the .1 terms and solicits
every pcrsonwlio jisj ; a contina
Pickle dertaking.
inbhls. and
> ,
{ Kegs the Pillars of the Market House; ur ance ot their favors.

J Pickled Onion, thereof shall fine of tvo The rapid strides this infant 'v.
]0 Baskets Olive Oil, any part pay a settlement Hasell Hunt.
dollars if the offender be slue in has made in the short
a default space of four I Pensacola
English and Ainorican Mustard, ( 7th Dec. 1826.
t
Ground Ginger, Alspice Cloves, of payment he,or six* shall be whipped years ; the importance in a commercial

t: : Cinnamon ton...... .lt__<:}.,.po,. point of >.iew, it has already acquired !'
J .Nutmegs CajeniiC anj ., ; FOliSALROR.
IL"t'
SEC. 6th. Be me attention the interest it ,..... ..... .
: L Black Pi-pper, further Ordfancd Thatit every where I. -- ----- .L"iJ..
I 15 Mats Cassia, shall be the duty of the City Constables excites; the tide of business, of capital, of sesc1uIu-R 0"; I.K
ft. 'itruE :I'I
MILL
i ), :\ 2000:! Ibs.iiMuldaud Buck Shot t t j llrtcJ, daily to inspectlthe! Market house, beforeten talent, so rapidly! flowing theiv ; already I property in the vicinity; P -.

, j I I i ; fil 0 do Lf.KUii small bars, o'clock in the morning and to see direct the public mind to the high destiny I. la f(<.r SALE or LEASE with wco-

!, \ i 10 Kegs litrcJnlllI1I\, Powder, that this Ordinance is complied with, and which a\\ hits it. an extenuvcContract :

q 10: libls. No. 1 and Mark'-rrl, to report every violation thereof to the Though there i is! already one neatly 1oi! \\u\oier'

I J,,d(). Saliiiini! Mayor. printed paper in Macon, yet the /x-ciiltar with; ; ('IC Navy Agent fhe
1 fO Half Bbls. I'uhontu H'd, Paired 5th Jan. 1827 situation u.flle t'flt.8-the property con-
;, increasing business lists of 1600 j'pans of land, well

: 10 5 HIlls Ubls.: Primp Mess Noiihcrn Folk}do., Jienj. D. Wright, of the place! ,-the intelligence, the with prime timoer and two Millierts.supplied.

1. 20) Boxes IleriMiji'M ; ;, Prrsidtjit uf U. Jl. :I I public spirit of the community-the in- One)! pne Mill;\ having two saws in ope.

l .' > bunches Onions Approved 8th Jan. 1827. creasing population! wealth and importance ration the Landing now in me for con-

I : 1000 11)5.' J.flrre Chch5ic ChN'= John Jerrison. of this; section of' the! State-calI ycyiu' L1mf: to the Navy Yard oi' any

.i ) KWH do, Small U.2000 .,- 45-3t. ItJtIdIfir the assistance of another Press; I II market ill the: biyof Mexico, does not
4 Mayor, I which shall l not only dis:; nu'iiate useful ; exceed fourth
1 one of nu'Je
do. Gosh<:ll Butter, I a from the
f I 10.M.;/ do. Lard, o\ice information, but advocate feurUsslu> run mill, any person wi.shmjr to cnjja e i n business
UIOIITS OF 1.II!: l', OI'I.K of that
20 Bbls, fresh Flour, : kind would do well to cad:
} f : : t'> do Rico, I LS.\ LL persons having demands againstthe With regard' to the Political course in- on subscriber. ,

1 li! 0 ads Lin'qOul Ground; Salt, the estates of JOSEPH GOUMAIIIXFnAJrcistrn tended to be pursued by the Editor, he T. .

1: 20( do. do. Bloun do. Vi.ftL&ctz, Hul MXIMA HUM \. presume-: few remarks will suffice :__ English.

J I 15:: Bais Girrn Cofloe :TS'cu Crop, cio, late of this County deceased, arc lie pledges InmseM! to no faction or e. !JaJ. I|i The Mobile Commercial Advertiserwill

Stone; nnd Tin Waros, hereby requested to present the itne immediately Warmly devoted to the cause of the pcoj j Rive this four insertion, two >m tile

f' { 1'I Lfttcr PUlurvriliug and Wiapprag .I to the subscriber i and all Pd'- pie, his.constant endeavor will he.to proj j City paper and two m t'ie- Country pj-

; do. SOPS. indebted to said estates! will pk..uie mote their interests-his- hiHip* .:imMtrv...ivvv; .,'J npr--_
Oran e5, Plalll iHs, Coco Nuts, &e. make: payment without delay, to to merit their confidence.---0----Though he -

t &c. &C.January M. Crupper, does pot deny a preference to the princifcs 1'-- Administrator's Notice.
1 : I IL'Hi 1827-1.34t.Pru.zt' /> of one of the
Clerk & e.r ojficio Adm'Pensacola ,. contending parties that
t ; Trees 29th agitate this Sttte-yct: such .: IN pursuince of the provisions Of thathirtyseventh
Grapes, tc.tjpllE Nov. 1826398t.rltrOStJ measures, section
I; and such men, O.NLT a* to him of an :itofthe
seem
! best calculated to may Legislative Council cf the Territory of
the
LS promote puLlic!
!! SUb- c.ri- good, will receive Im support, without Florida n !.4peCtiT16 the Irob! :ite Dt' V S11a;

fll '_l her, proprietcroflheLinnican- FGR PUBLISHING sr SUBSC II IP- icspectto the party which claims them. and tha granting of Letters of 'tdmini3-
tration, and the duties of
r/o.v, The Editor sees with pain, the dilemma Executors, d.

I Botanic (iardcn and Nurseries, at Flushing A? MILLIT3RY, .SCIEJVTIh'IC .1..' D in which Georgia is placed, In regard 8th minislrutors June 1823 and Guardians" Approved

j : near New-York, offers to furnish the LITERAH YJOUItJiLAT I to her relations with the General Government ,

L' public with such:> Trees and Plants as they Wr.ST-Poi.NT, NEW-OUlC, E.Trl'LXU and the aweful crisis to which she Notice is hereby Given

r desire. The "collection: of Fruit THE is: ha tenill ". Without stopping to enquire to all creditors and persons entitled to

- of all the various kinds, and also of West- Point Rpnfinp.T"a. ._ ( whether in! the origin of this dis- dstributioof; the Estate of JfUnf
TJ eeSIII.ubs/ and Plants is ---- -----" pule, she had justice on her side: hepledges MILLER, late of the County o l E.cam-;
'
classes and
I far the most extensive and valuable ALL professions consider it himself to uae his umvearied ex-: : bia, hi the Territory: of Florida; 'Deceased
Anierica. I : to establish oral least, to ertioas to preserve the rights and dignity: that theiv claims! and demands will be
take under their immediate
In addition to the immense acquisitions I I patronage (if the State and to avert the evils that barred at the expiration of tWI> yearsfrom :
he has above some journal or periodical paper. They threaten to overwhelm her In the 24th of
now day
years support- January 1-126; ua-
: make it the of their
500 lW vtttits; of to the organ communications I ing the rights Georgia, he shall not feel less exhibited within that time to the
public ; through it they express ; himself bound to assail with unmerited Administrator.
abuse :
I
r the choice their wishes and feelings-announce the
most :Fruits, useful discoveries and irn'M-ovcments. andto States Government of the United \v.. Haselt Hunt,
; or tuascribe to others !
in tie evils
are not possession of other ,
any its pages they resort: tiom severer studies which may have ari.en froluo\H' ..f dmin.i!Jrdlf"
I in this country, all of which to relax their unruls with its own im- Pensacola
J selections pru ence. U hcrcvcr in l his Florida; 8th Noven- ier, J8Mrs. c)
announced in the
of opinion
I Cata1oge 1826. of wit, fancy, or novelty. The Ad.vocute censure he ,
The assortment of GRAPES consists of may deserved, it shall not be Wttk1'
the Doctor of ra
i medicine, the Merchant withheld.--As a G .()nH.1.Y. in feelings : r.
the Agriculturist, are all accommodated and interest, he will!!
250 IIIKTBS contend' strenuous Coli'in
with their .
t.t i I peculiar professional: miscellanies ly for every iota tif her ,
, the finest Wine rights As a de
and Table -the votarist of fashion, the nun scendant of the been under the necessity
t ; of Fran ,
b Germany, Italy and sc'cncetheologians & the Masonic
c Crimea. Fraternity tion, every attempt to weaken the Gov- the publication! of her,
all t.ipport, and all enjoy the ernment of ins Weekly Messenger," in 1822, nw prOposes -
The Country, or :
Proprietor sever the
having benefit Journals
?
I acquired exI expressly devoted U.I
to thou ol'tbesc States, will to issue the first nti'iiber of i13COJZZUZIUUZO71
I I information on'the subject, from their interests,. and meet with I '
consulting: their utter abhorrence, and determined as soon as it has been ascertained -
observation and
experience, is ena- tastes. oppo-
f 1 sition. that sullicient !iiiironage will ie
to make such selections as heuitab1e The ,,! has
may army, one, hitherto been destitute afforded to defray the expenses of tie
to any particular locality, and I of this'powerful engine this we TCKMS. Three Dollars per annum, if work. The title is already known to bfiMrs.
selections are left to him, he will ful auxiliary and pleasing companionBelieving paid in advance, or Four Dollars at the !

such as cannot fail to succeed. l tfcat the establishment; end of tbco.I'-.f, -......... --L ., A. S. COLVIN'S
: \ of a ---- j?? I sutuu suoscnoers
He also offers them in assortment oi to this must in all cae in
supply
J paper ; deficiency might ad. pay advance. "r e kl 1.e, : ri
sen6
dozen
each at the .
following prices.-; duce claims to the generosity and pro- Advertisements inserted at the usual I

the 1st assortment gS. the 2ii Jg6 tection of the military gentlemen in (j'l" rates. i The cheering receptonwhich: it :net

: for the :]d $4- 50. country, the editor has ventured 'in thu M.: Bartlet. I with, on its 'ate publication, from ''u5

Persons who order Grapes win be fur, prospectus, to .make proposals, for the many re.pcctaF! Journal In tin? United

with direction for 1 heir culture. publication oi'a weekly paper, to be SUtf-H, an.i the substantial aid it has already
: The colleclcm of ROSES excreed.500VAB1ETIES calleu the
: "WKST-POl, :SENTI Letters for Foreign Povts. rcceived.e the Editor reason M

; NEL. hope that slit will not only! meet rther

_; I of UHEKA HOUSE PLJJTTS; Should sufficient encouragement be For I the, information of those who put protection: and courtesy from Editors; but
1 he r in this Office
held out to Lint all lib! directed
above own industry and to foreign with support from the public generliY.c ; .
Ir ability, asnsted the kindness ports the l following extract from I
by of several the Instructions will contain four pages royal quarto,
2,000 SPECIES: : of the
} gentlemen literary character, will Postmaster General is and be delivered to subscribersevctY Saturday

, using 20,000 Pots; among which are i..be brougVt' into the field.to display a ban published. Utters have Frequently be.. n at the price of four dollars per annum

those known as most beautiful arid in- ner worthy to be the rallying point, the put in this oflice, which not payable quarterly in advance.Its .

I pride & ornament' of the American army. postage on them paid, will never leach heretofore,
the contents will be, as
.
place of
Catalogues may be had gratis of Politics, so far as they are of a persuJa.I! their destination. but there will besica:
f- different Agents and partisan character, will be E..rtrJct.-"lfany let.erstoc chiefly literary ; .
throughout the U- studiously placed, n notices of other matters, of news of f1"; *
r ;. and order through any cf them, avoided. Abstracts of current events will a I'osMJffice, to be sent to a sea.polt by on-ortaste and of de4iths

1 by mail (f'O.t paid) will meet prompt I he, given regularly and fully; military post, and thence by ship to some foreign ;&c. as to render, of marriages it vehicle of genera!

t tactics and tdiacoveries in the departments ., place, the postage of such letter, for such
.
. i William Prince of science will be seduously collected distance as it is to be conveyed by interest and amusement.N.
post, distance
and announced in our columns u-tbepaidat the place of B. Persons residing at a

: c. M. thet-innacao Society Paris; these, with a general miscellany i>f poe-: otherwise it is not to be forwarded reception" may forward their subacnptions to the

. the-of Horticultural Society of London, try.origirtal and select, biography: and W. Hasell Hunt Editor, post paid.Washington .
the
Imperial Society of.the Geor- amusing anecdotes, will, we trust, afford City,June 13, 18i6.
i at FIwence.Ac. &c.Orders an entertainment deserving the Post Post Mutter. Subscriptions received this ofice
patron- Office
received\ y \V. Hasell Hunt ; age oFi'ur subscribers! and serviceable Pensacola, 20th, Nov 1826. -

for the establishment.JVotice.,_ _____n_._ &t.oest. "interests-. to our country. tome NOTICE,

The above Jd rnal will be issued weekly Notice 1 FITTERS of administration on the e5-

and comprise eight pages, octavo, Jonathan Dearman ") cIIuI 1 tate of THOMAS B. BKLL late of the

LL closely printed on new burgeois type, County of Escambia deceased, haymg
ftf. In
persons who are indebted to and delivered to subscribers > Attachment.: the
the Clerk of the Court at two dol! Effonl Jones j been granted to the Subscriber: by
County for
lars per annum, payable in advance, this Hun.the Court of saiJ Cuunt '
County of Escam i3, are requested two dollars and or 7r'N case Writ of Attachment has County yld
fifty cents if '
not all
paid be. been issued persons having demands agiin1
} to,Mr AV. Ha ell Hunt ; fore the,expiration of i and levied on certain cat: **
is duly authorised toteceive all fees six months. tie of the said defendant, and a suit insti estate are requested to present the deSll'$ ?'
to this (OAU: communications (post paid) re. tuted.in the immediately and Ususeindebted ate
i
;: date, and receipt for the same. lative to the above publication Superior Court for the Wes-
be di. ed to make
may tern District of Florida. payment
M. Crupper, reeled to DERICK VAN VEGHTFN, Adam to.Win.. ADen
Gordon.
: Cl r k. Newburgh, Orange county.. New York'- tidnlltrator.Pensacola .
& srtb, Nor. 1836, October; 11. 182!. Jtty.for Plff. d .
: S.
Pcniacola 6th Dec. 1S26 4'L>- 6t. 20th Nov.r 183()fc- -
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