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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 23, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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VOL. 1 ( l'nlp.rtf"J/G. .;l11es.' ) PENSACOLAFRIIAYUAPY23.; 1827. -
-- =_- _r __ ''z'i }MLLIIV3 ; in i iiu nceu by none.
..... ) No. 51. :
r:ruCur'n't.;lU\, yV7. LAW;ii I in a uunu or Approved by 'said -d and cL liBvcu.dat" L" -- .
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SZASEX! HURT ....--- Ccurts Conditioned .1. nnssMBMBa'SMM. iaaLa'J *
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| for the faith 13th day of November last, between been carried into ***

S'at Kniror. AN'D T'liorniETon ; ful dischargeof duties of their the United States and Great aid execution by the

r t.'ithtrflflhc Lnirsnf ttir I'nUr-J Slate: office. Commissioners
.:,' Britain, paid to the Secretary of
fi'l ( the Tcrr'irif of I1oritif.tt SEC. 9th. 3e ARTICLE III.:
>..cna'Th\S-rrar' 5 further enacted, State the sum of six hundred and The said of

!!.iify'o'Ir 3 That it shal l he thedu'y cf the several two thousand four hundred and and four thousand sum twelve hundred

({uniirrnr 1 50 \' justictS of the Peace of each eighty dollars nine hundred
being the first and
f. rinliou iVi\iblo I i inji ', mo- sixty dollars shall be
5: va nc. County to attend the paid at
County iety of the which Great
.'\ ': riMx. IH'rvatH'-ti.mf'nl gross sum Washington to
11t such
/ Court
on the second in Britain person or
Ulijl/l' Mondays in
f'\\ ?;:o' *Kilj) oi'ono column mill' Int',11I in,!; the aforesaid Conven- persons as shall be

T i ;m$ic : iti tw" !%'<' Jines; ol'ilii', tvp('. first )0. March 1 and October in each and uonstipulates to pay to the United on the of duly authorized
the
i, :,Mt'. n ('1)"* ,1'lllar.! iiutiv(vkv! con'imfit'i.v An r.ct, to exempt certain: property from j every year, when they or a majority States ; which payment, ii the States, to receive part the United

'. {fy routs ; Irviocr am': wj.i r :..mtl Execution or Distress in this Terri I of them,shall) proceed to transact -I presence: of D.niel Brent Chief same, in two
v -inic latn. ll.flo {Mid titn''" 'Ii'vf k. equal payments, as follows :
all
4. Mo ; rre lor the firt jnvi-iiioi. A-- I tory. road and county business Clerk of the Department of State The payment of the first
Jlr enacted 61tl1 Governor': half
it which to
u t 1I*! Mini-will, IH: (.!..t"f\'lly c1i"pl-'H]
pcro.-'i- t(e I It.; nature It:' 1ciu, Hlld'vill!I : and Legislative Council of the lie same Manner as they are now iankhead, His Majesty's Secreta. notification twenty days after official

> mcn-iiri'd mnttrrnt" this size i Florida That all i itual shall have been made
,4 by Upe.IVh.'i Territory of tc- by law autjorised to do.1 of Legation ,
iit.i-iit>tl .:)t ill t'I'\'ah. (that i j.:, 1\1'1 in-I bonajiilt house keepers with; I ly was made by a by the Government of the United
II Stc. 10[\. And be i: further 'ransfer of a check order for States
H rot -1 <'MTVi rk. from the; first to the enacted or to His Britanic

I >t I'-M'Minnf'jrli iM'''lion will; !tcohnrrr : -- : a family, shall have exempt from : Tbit so much of any act that sum, drawn by the Bank of: Minister in the said Majesty'.

i .!> .$ H"J\.'" .ti-("n"CT-: \111<<1UII) (f i.. .rJ. : execution or attachment, of his or j as Is incontinent: with the United Slates United butcsf
or comes on its Office of of the
) ratification
;'. \" tI pn:tltlt' aj'd. .'maI1l1 htr goads and chatties, to the amount :{ within of the present
L. ;" ij'l: l t'.." .nlr.1't.'n.':i t In made! witht'i. : ,. cf hundred dollars the |urvie of, thi! 2ct ,be. :: Oiscou.it and Deposite in the City convention by the President cf the
one exclusive
: .. ,._' \v'ivi.h to (nilvort'** 1 liv tilt! \ -ar.. \ and the sae -i; l h T-bv :'''pr. ted. Washington, in favour of said United States, by and with
; t"T.. \ of the wtarinu; apparel of I' v.-l Jn 2Ut the
I If' J'niMuiMirratioas t1F14ti.I l :ry !1827. Vaughan. Whereupon the said advice
}:. -<>!il! il.mt" i'otLi-t;:r, Pcu,acola, viilii the family, of such articles as he. Approval :UII.il'Y, :1'J' 1827Oilicial Cav and consent of the Senate ,.
=..: -...-,... ........-L._ __, } Secretary of State, a& alore- thereof.:
; dtliv:, iitttmlfd Id.O"1 or she may select, to be appraised : ---
-' said
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--- --'-- -- I by thr-"e disinterested householders -fti'ptn' ftil Slaves j jTo payment the second

.'t. )'({)":: 1"ir'r. : f\. '(>. I _"- n_ __ for the said sumand deliver half to be made on the jest
... ..... <:..... > summoned by the officer holding -- day of
S
..__. _-' ._. ___ __. )- I I"t' THE I IRESf.XTATlTES ed it to the said Vaughan.
_- the SBN'ATB A
process. oft-i !HS C. STATES, j In ustimony of all which, this. ARTICLE '. ..
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.....t'! i"'fj:4.o/;.1. !."...O.. ["'am.crrQr t'iC-. i...::1. *' : : and'' '--:. .
:: It". .--r: ...<: n-it'ec!, Tliat all professional men | d t-igncd: A *aid H. Clay a fullv! fU,3uu_t.wJii 5. all
-po., ..":. "..., :. I communicate (ld A' :i Houses I
'. 'n.. ..,. .J > claims whatsoever
mechanics shall have arising under
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'".I.. fI_. !ffir.. !!'ILl.4' fi-jm execution or attachment all I of Congress, cop'is of a Convention H. CLAY, the said decision and convention

-./"., ,I"'i'" "" r.. implements, books arid tools between the Uiited Slates ClIAS. R. VAUGHAN.Done both the final adjustment of those.

-.- ... : and Great Britainsi i ted on the claims and distribution of
,. ... of their trade or profession : this in preser.ce of the the
i 13th of Nov kstt London h
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;act to take effect, from and after I ) DANIEL BRKNT, INS S') paid by Great Britain, to
8tIUIn:. the respective ijletipo-.entiaries! : of United States shall be made
itie
the first day of February eighteen: CHARLES BANKHEAD. ,
v-il.rlmc. wake! c-tn such an hour : the two Governrrrnts, for the final
surn, the UnitedSutes
MI manner as
hundred and seven. CONVENTION,
!u k'M iiiuiie 10 sliun! "n's power 1 twenty settlement am )liquidation! of
t,!:. no' 'twas mi: !(- Passed January 2't':: 1827 Between the United Mates and : aloiK shall determine ; and
.Approved; 20lli 1827. certaincluims of "ulenmity; of citizens the of Great Britain
1\" Ue iiiuuii-light walks, where lovers January Great Britainconcludei at Lw government

H"d, I An act to amend a1.ct establishing of the United States, which don 13th November 1826. shall have no further concern or

,A<-.<1 tu! silvfr '-onc:?, and the music sweet, I County Courts in this Territory. had arisen under lIe Cyst articleof therein.

O't: ha.ir st'rc'u\'Ic'. f Ue it enacted by the Governorand the treaty ol' G'e"'. It having Difficulties having a-uen in f" liability

:* "'I ";><'. Itl\o'. n-e the Qu."*n of NiirhtI j Council of the 1 errito1'Y execution cfthe Convention con ARTICLE V.

j 1-.'. Mi'iy' n't; for licr ;tlil3: arc brightOn Legislative That hereafterthe been stipulated: hrliis Convention! cluded at St. Petersburg on the It is agreed: that from the date
Florida .
thy ":" cnicnt m) v: of that the exchangeof the? ratifications of the exchange of the ratificationsof
twelfth of 1822 urderthe
A", iiK* f.! n'st iWms oi'lovr! .Pld I blisrt Judges of the County Courtsof of the same l.euld be made dar July, ,
the Convention the
\ a's< kuiU abi'oad in a n ;iit like i.hii- this Territory shall severally! at London, the usul Proclamation mediation of his Majesty the present joint

Tts..n. ttl hnld Court the srcond Monday -
a on I of it issut-d when
here be
,
ti'(. rjU.l |y\V. (juit tli'"-i' \\'iiio': hh'Pt! can only the United States of America said Convention of St. Peters-
.. ..af t. !\ arountt t'\:. I'oucu ol icst, I II ? in March, June, October atul.hirLiary : that event shall hive takn place, burgh of the twelfth of 1832
July
,, anJ said I and G-eat Britain, for the ?ur- ,
iUtll) :'t" 't'I1" H:: ::; in every year the notice of which can scarcelybe
shall be dissolved and the
r\}. gr.t il'ti: ri rx'i'y, tn- lialcyon! tl.rmo: Courts hall' continue in session expected before :tire f close of the ,. pus of carrying into effect the ; aiI'lLe upon

And \' ,'k<- 111 tS ::11.?' as; happ a !licMuA : and I decision of his Imperial Majestyupon dissolution thereof, Docu-
I six judicial days, if necessary, ; session of Bu
Congress.
I I
present
Tht'd"tlJ! .1' .t"' the differences which had avis men\s and Papers in possession ot

".! i h.t'1: 1u\ :. iiark! to yon -.noijily ftint! no longer.i it has been duly ratified on th between said United States the said Commisssion, relating to

JT> tlu SUJI? (If the Si.htillg.Jl;: pOllriu; I Ih.r i SEO. 3d. Be it farther enacted. part of the United i Slates ; and. n claims under that Conventionshallbe
pltint That the Courts snail, .ind Great Britain, on the true
County
I by the Report of the Secretary of
T i the} Marry ray; construction aud meanine of the delivered over to such p.erson

Bat rioonlv: orl 1 .. that can cheer my n::'
1..4.'. ','."u in.$; SMwith. ; tlieh look:; ji" h.: .;.'ii, exercise original: juiisdiction overall herewhed a3u CO'lt luunic.Jot- OU. .. rized. on the of the United
couctudoU t Dart
I 'olid A' one
(I!;, "1t.' 'e arr they ums above fifty and under one it will be seen that the firsT- Amity States, to receive same. And
,
Aivl lit, lc,',(. li-t! ',nid the cit''e; around, hundred dollars,. and concurrent has *'- twenty-fourth day of December -
half of the stipulated payment British S
the Commissioner shall
Thou shn1t hear bo"i,lo,the murnnu'd . : in all civil cases above of Hs ,
jurisdiction made. the M.uibter
Ofdll'c'r' been by : make over to such or
lay ,
; 1 person per.
and His Brittanic ajc!: ty, being
: that tl caitli and the skies 'one hundred dollars, with the 1 Superior Britannic: rej .'ing hi-re.
As hfi rs! s? are Fs'y, obviate such sons so author sed, all the Documents
desirous to
CI".1, :; Courts, both in law and e- and hasbte'j! deposiird in tivj Office quully and Papers, (or authenticated
And th<' tw.mty of niglit Irith! no beauty difficulties, have respectively na-
quity. of tAe iiank: of the United d copies, of the tme, where the
: r him, t.ed Plenipotentiaries to treat ai>
I Stc.: 3rd. Be further enacted, States af 1'iis to a* aji tie
hilt thou art away.f puce, the that is originals cannot conveniently be

'Tlp,i";,1,,. tllf" '. waktiw\1! <:W'f't"t 11 I\\.r, riiat: the County Courts, shall also disposal j of Con,, !res*. agree respecting( same, be made, over,) relating claims

And 4U'X 1r a pvmu'iit thy virgin b' wcr, have concurrent jurisdiction in aLliCtioilS u say.
tlisir consi under the said Convention which.he .
I recornmeiui to e- of the United ,
I'.ir Jl.y ta:<% !love's .'..1\e; I. The President
Thfie If nmigiil to hal m thee, around on ; ; of case, covenant, trespass, ration, the expedieticy of such Legislativs States of America has appointed may have received from this

Ji-'f.: I assault and battery, affrays andI measures as they may ALBERT GALLATI.V their Envoy Ex- Government fur the use of the said

Tin1 rarili: i i. tranquil, and so is the sky- I breaches of the Peace. deem proper, for the distribution and :Minister Plenipotentiary Commission, conformably to the
'HuMi wakr. lovr. "ake.'e SEC. 4th. Be further enacted, '.ru-jr.'linary '
I
of the sum already! paid and of Britannic Majesty : stipulations contained in the third
His
? !h.it r. ..I.! '\\ak C'''; from h'r winlOfar.. : of each to
*J t-t; w 4 t\nu\.11} sniaid of l her lover's guitar That the Judge County that hereafter to be received, a- and His Majesty the King of theulJltcd article of'tb, said Convention.
shall! have within
ll I;th raueht her ear; Court, power niong the claimants, who may be Kin.'dom, of Great Britain ARTICJLE VI.

Awl s'" .I' liorcavrm(>11 t she lakes her stand, the County, either in open Court The Convention shall
found entitled to indemnity. present
HonorahiWILLIAM : -
Awaiinir; sl 1.w IKT lily hmd.H' : or in vacation, to lake the\ l probateof : ADAMS. anci If'-iar.i t, tne Right 'if rttificdand the ratification '
>: wafts: a )Ki j"< to ht r cavalier. JOHN QUINCY HuiKisaoN: a member clII'S t

..........-----.-. -''' ''. Wills grant and repeul l letterstestamentary : The Secretary of State has the Majesty's most Honorf.bi- :. .all be ryirhanged in London mtix .

ottrSING.. I and letters of Administration honor to report to the President Privy Council, Member of Parho: It on' hs from this date, or :
_"':
and "
I.1 appoint displace
--- if
,
tonfcr, possible.! .
: that to tnt United States President of the Comroitu I I JIf
payment men
: rej/Xentuckian.-A K.TJUCK guardians: of Infants and idiots, lunatics I in W1fJt 1s whereof. the Pleniientnru :
I I has this day been made by the of Privy Council for Affairs .1 :.. :

ian, \ -e believe-of ; he class familiarly !i. and persons 7207; cJ'l'os11Z I British :Minister! of the sum of6C2,483 Trade and Foreign Plania'.icM..) p / :* aforesaid, by virtue of ... "

called! a'c Hog Jferchant"nk and to make aU necessary ri:"ir respective rule ha Ie
third powers
agreeably to the and Tr -asurer of His laid :Mjt3's j -
? up to a public house In tie'cstwhcre oraers! I for the issuing of roCt 83. article of the Contention with Navy and HINRT UNWIN AD- I ','.'ned the same, fend httie affixedvfnto "
;
number ot gentlemen Sec. 5th. He it fv.rther enacted,
a ,1. the sci.ls of their arms.
the 13th His : [
Great Britain signed on Esq late Majesty'sCharge
DINOTON
were seated in the piazza. After That 'n shall% ; be the vJuty of the Done at London, tha iUit -nH
day November list, that; sum being -{ des Affaires to the United
a low bow to the company, he enquired Clerk to make out a correct Docket first of the amount : day! ..>f >; J < tuber, IB the year ofturL'ia
the moiety gross Sates of Am erica.
if any present coald inf'jrm | u. all suits or C, US-M of actionriight article i one thousand eight
in the first
stipulated, ; communicated
. Isitu! wnat was good for burn j I in said Court, at least Who, after having hundred and lwenLY- x.L. .
Convention be
ol'the to paid
A youn physician itjiere: brtu ] fii t'cn days before the first day of to each other their respectivefull { [ s.] ALIH- {TG\LL.\TLS.
of and
by Great Britain, In lieu found be in due and
several i j presenk". steppcs.l rrward, each County Court, and deliverthe pDWvrs to [L, s.j WILLIAM HUSKISaON';

and \\ nh,\ n.ur1, coinplananc"pave ,I surr.e to :he Judge, and should in full and complete satisfaction proper form, have agreed upon [t. a.] HENRY UN WIN ALDINGTON ,
for claimabl l from Great ... i
heshalldi-i.I all sums and concluded the following arti- _'___
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le.irr.ed business
\\\i\\\ a Icc1ur.jU the require: of
Britain, under the decision the :rOB.1IGN.
bums! the mode oi' treatment, I rect the Sheriff summon a suf-- of Russia and the ck* : -
lute Emperor ARTICLE 1.
&C. kc. for which: he was thankrdpuHtcy hcient number qualified Jurorsto it into effect From the New-York Mercantile Adwtitcf. ,
> Convention to ,
:
: by the Krntuckian, who 1 attend at the Terra of such concluded carry St Peters- His Majesty the King of the U- January 27. '
which at

informed him, that: his prescription -: Court. burgh WAS on the, 12th day of July, ni'ed Kingdom; of Great. _Britain_..i ._ L_ Latest*from.- France.- -The-,. pack.,. -

would not answer his present SEC. 6th. Be further enacted, 1322.- A verbale was madeof and Ireland, agrees to pay, anu me t et ship Edward tionnatte, uapt.; :
process
saddle blanket Stales America agree to Funk arrived yesterday, after being
his United ,
as
complaint That whenever a sufficient number which the
the manner in payment
She
had been very badly burnt the of summoned jurors fail to attend was effected of which a copy receive, for the use of the persons 15 days on the coast.

bight previously. On hearing this it shall be entitled to' indemnification and sailed on the 16tb December, and
The
or are rejected, this report.
accompanies
the became exasperated, compensation: by virtue of the said we have received Paris and Havre
Physician lawful to make up the deficiencyfrom sum thus paid has been deposited
tnd if he would alight he decision and convention, the sum papersto the 15th, inclusive.
told! him the by-slanders, Hid the jurors in the Office of the Bank of the U-
him TruKeniuckian of twelve hundred and four thousand Nothing appears to have trans
flogging.
would
give a in the County Court shall possess nited States Washington, to the
again bowed and said, and nine hundred and sixty dollars pired respecting the intentions of
qualifications !
Stales
toe same credit of the United an:

that he would not alight for two be liable to the same exceptionsas subject to the order of Congres.Allwtich ". current money of the United the French Government in regard

fl.gings, let alone one, and rode jurors in the Superior Cuurtt respectfully submu- States, in lieu of, and in full and to the recent measures cf!11t.e British

oft with much gravity and self sat complete satisfaction for, all sums Government for supporting

isfaction.: I Sno. 7th. Be further enacted. ed. H.- CLAY.-- -:... claimed and claimable from Great Portugal. The French Cabinet

That it shall be \he duly ot the Britain, by any ,;erson or persons held long sessions daily and the
-\Vhite Ele- State
of Washington
ATa.ir of honor Judge of the County Court, whenever Department whatsoever, under the said j) ci- stocks had fallen about thre* per

pur" are rare in nature ,and oKtally he may deem it necessary, to l5Ui Jan. l27.jzrflfINT. iou and Convention. Tne EtoHe published the
cenu
: valued in India, that a be issued, OF STATR, .
to
cause a venire fuciaa ARTIOLR 11. wUoU d8ttloll y iM&d Mr. annmg'
K..MIJ ol Fegu, Hearing; that a K'.nft to summon a graitU \jury, w.iu oh.u rrav/tixgton Jth Jan. 1&21. speech, witaout one Word of com

of bum hud pair )these valua- possess the same power and be On this diy,' in consequence of The object of the said Conven ment.

bl- animals, sen' a formal embas- governed by like rules us grand an appointment made 'by an exchange lion, being thus fulfilled, that Con- The letters from Havre state '

ty, desiring his Royal brother to juries summoned in the Superior of official notes between :. vetition is hereby declared to be excitement bad been

sell! him one and name his own H. of State and cancelled and annulled, save end that no pro-
Courts. Secretary
I Clay, daced there by the intelligencefrom
of the
prici'!. The Pegu.nSovereigfl being the second article
Re enacted, the Righ Honorable: Charles R. except it believed
further
immediatewar Sao.8th. carried into England, as was
refused declared which has been
of the said Vaughan His BrUanic Majesty'sEnvoy same, .British Go
of
Burning That a shall be the duty Commissioners the proceedings the
insult. the
!o chastise the Extraordinary Minh- execution by
order tax vernmentSrere with tile
toe
to adopttd ,
with ,he invaded Sum, Cat.niyCour.Sj appointed under the said Convention
revenge Mr.
of me Counties respecivclyi ter Plenipotentiary, Vaughan and sanction of tne
collectors much knowledge\
ol :
losb
and after sustaining a : of ; and save and except ,
attended at the Department
he made himstlfmas to give bond \o the judges I of the third article .ofthe same, as French cabinelrTnerHavre; mar" .
500,000 men, it of the third .
with more I State, and pursuance fleeted by tkc new
two or
of ajid retrieved ( jf said Courts, to the definitive list of k u was not
tr elephant .j good una Bufticicnt sccuritkk, and i iI article of the.Conrentiyi, concludj f ? relates .'
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I rebels what Mr. King said that tho trustees of deprive us of it, unless you believe
argumentcan
the
, On the other hatxi, it U stated, both hemispheres, exposed of to tuguete they urg ,why England and the Deaf and Dumb Asylum had abused to be unworthy. s

: or intimated, in the Journal dui undivided vengeance European should the gratuity of the Government. Mr King declared that he
of her Portugal conjointly not retaliate I was ac.
sake principles
for the '
*I Commerce, that great dissentionaexist despots, of the republicans by employing the Liberalsof They had attempted, in defiance ot, tuated by no feeling of hostility to the
in the :French 'Cabinet-that and to that will of Trustees of the
Institution
and fully expressed
of the known
t of North America for her remainine Spain fore overthrow a i or their
,
'J the party attached to the Jesuits and despotism equdly hostile to the he Government to wrest from the. agent! none of whom he kncw. ju'only
Sa the most powerful and will opulence power. industrious settlers their v ell' knew the history
of
f and this
"I I The simple fact is, that if the f freedom all tirce nations ? But, poor trans
not coincide in the pacific designs It true they action. When we
was
eained
t above property. passed the
free of Government in Portugal every thing, we must press bill
I of the Minister, Mr. Villele-and system Ministersthe immense I were defeated in theirobjcct. ihey for the location ofa township for
; be overturned, Spain. must upon moral tho
! that war will certainly ensue. French province more f'ffecwhichwouM be produced did not succeed in getting possession use of the Asylum it was understood

The same paper states, that continue a instantanou4y! the of the land. He could not encourage that the location was to be entire
: she was under throughout and
than ever
. I ooo stand of arms for the Royalists completely of the last Peninsula, iWdrbirtation; of a he application which they now made not in sections. It was intended to a-

who have entered Portugal l, the family compact Portugal must in ingle brigade ,cfTLnrlish redcoats l for other lands. He should press his mend the bill so as to prevent the
that
from the French century ; I i Trustees from
furnished territory I. locating the
vere o/
fate of on the P..r El grant in
the. W9tan! ,
nr '.tYfli\eIi-'iJ.r ml'rlh"Pf,, ll 11)1:\ that II.." .00 case_ follow. y.. ... .. : )SpJlIJIreland / UI ""PISIU !Ierstlf.r.c. u a tUut anhour's J of 1\.CUIU&.nJ' find- :By VccideiiFTliis i amendment ) I

bassador at Madrid. in spite of the emancipation : delay may pn* fatal. and expressed his gicut regret of) the mitted. But gentlemen waVo1;
the
later advicesfrom of their lay fellow subjects ,. any opposition to passage that assured us
There are no no advantage of
--- --- lie said were tho
bill. The objections, J omission
Portugal than were received from of the same creed, will be for ages CONOlLESSIO'l:! ,. the idea that the would be taken.
Notwithstanding
:tr predicated
England.! The papers contain the accessible to the intrigues and upon I this assurance, the location
IN SENATE. trustees of the asylum bad] attempted was made
particulars! of the capitulation of importui.hies of the confederated 9/1 1S2, ; lands in sections, and the
Tuc. ...y, January to locate their ( rant upon to upon lands of the
Braganza to the Royalis's, who churches ef France, Spain and The Seiate proceeded h consider which otffcrs had.b a pre-emption right. settlers whose rights we were bound

act in the name of Don Miguel. i Portugal, for the overthrow of that :he TIm "D provide for the locationof Individually,the trustees were not interested to protect. The Trustees were foiled
I, Don Miguel is said to have issued union of heresy and liberty in the reserved fora in their But
I two townships of land: in the location. They only attempt. !: they had al.
declaration, disavowing explicitly British empire, which forms the Territory [ ready got as much in
1 a Seminary of Learnipgin tic discharged their duty, which required value as was;
t '. the proclamation made in I chief barrier against the fe- ubju- of Florida, and to coinjdulo the them to-do the best they could for the contemplated} to be given.

his name by the Royalists when I ga'.ion of mankind. location I)t" the grant to thu Deaf and institution whose interests were entrusted The amendment otl red by Mi-

... ... they! entered PortugaL Now, if we wanted a proof thai Dumb Asylum of Kentucky." to their care. They were not King was lost ; and the bill was then

, At Bayonne, Dec. 9, there wa the British Government well un. Mr. Eaton said, that this was a bill I : bound to answer for the motives of I ordered to be engrossed for a third
much excitement in the market inconsequence standi the, high and c-itical importance of last reading.
SC-
': explanatory an act passed their agent: ; nor were they morally,
. j. ol a report that Portugal of the subji-ct, we should I SOfl. The lands: ,or a portion of them, though legallybound to answer for his Thursday Feb. 1.
declared against find it in the treaty, by which Ius'Iajl"sty could [Ic located Mr. Strongfrom thecom.
4- had war pnuitcd 1 fonnerly, not acts. The agent could not be pre- on the
Spain. ) has pledged himself to: for the reason that they wire covered I sumed to have been well informed as': Territories reported a bill to authorize

I.i PARIS, December 15.:; protect tne Portuguese dominions y private daims.rl'he, Iccation, at- to all the claims which might cover: i the Governor and Legislate!

The Indicateur of Bordeaux of from all hostile movements by tne ttmpte.l} to he made, coil lwt hoofoctcd the lands he located. He was in a i I Council Florida to provide for
I
't ( the 10th inst. says :-The news Bourbons on either side of the ] on ccount of those claims. strange and almost wilderness country, the holding! of additional terms

.I. f which arrived here yesterday from Pylenneesj and in the declaration Tie bill allowed( to the pirtirs con- and acted with good intentions, upon of the Superior Courts therein,

I ; Baynnc by letters dated the 7th, Foreign.Minister to Pal !lament cerjcd the right of ic-enterintr a I L the best information be could procure. which was read twice, and ordered

appears little in accord with what that the King stands boundto : quin\ity of land equal to that which I Gentlemen, be thought, were a little; to be engrcssed, and read a third

I 1 hf.s Deen I published) \ from Zamora act upon such a treaty. We had I hn thus 1 JI),t. too hasty in charging him with fraudulent ime to-day.

. and the frontiers of Portugal. I presume that no man in his senses! Mr. TCinc rose to a.l; what was the I intentionS Tli. agent waswell This bill was subsequently reada

f is will denv the al.tual'occurrence ot i of vhe tmasfcr (1 1' the third time and
said that Syiveira has been com I- object townships known to him. lIe was a man of' passed.

I -.I.- peris nxHv'3H ftie orily 'acUoftTlFrhich hWu p6VtUfc14JiT.is= .. thus foreseenIt from; East tV cst Florida and further fair; character, a Minister of the Gospel [The bill authorizes the GOTer.nor *
.
i \ he engaged that the res, to lJiIUlfCbtt I ;.-t (lit: us- and highly valued by the respectable and Legislative Council of
z \vaa an outrage against the tees of the Kcnms rky Asylum had to
:fled in disorder and that Syiveirahimself denomination to which be Florida, until Congress shall .
sovereignty of the Queen of Portugal addition.il! nrocctiou, and otherwise
J i- any patronage -
fled, without its bring F belonged. He had no personal inte direct, to provide for
t that the deserters from ? nd-
at
I known what had become of him nei : Ilrwusnol as present : rest in the location, and had undertaken holding the Superior Courts of the
; standard should be not only re* vised, !'r't'p'1*d t to jrrant any thinq!
. We learn from the without fee or reward. Territory in such
I Constantinople, agency places withia
: ceived and sheltered: but more to lhrn.}
encouraged rihcy v.-cre pledged,
that Mr. Stratford But, supposing that he had acted improperly their districts
\ Canning hadobtained as may be deemed
I I and.emb diedand equipp< d 1. whiMi tluxibnrtM' lt: }):-.sscd: }, not to ex-
J : satisfaction: of the Portelor : his acts were disreputable necessary.]
and buppledVlt mitar :! eirivc their !such .
) necessaries rights Ill a manner
IfI tin insult 1t'red tu his guards to him, not to the trustees. And even .' -
the U as to'i' the njjits of :::
I by Spanish ) settlers
t --and U i* said; he uaa expecting iveirimeni.To 1 granting that the trustees can be involved i m lf: (Q $) Jl
I ;' I crown all, it was a direct and I upon (!lie lail-s. TllI; settler.:
in the .
fraudulent
coon to conclude, successfully the acts imputed I .- -- .
: -
1 Ik.rotl alOIlS I't'j'llCIIJoret.'t.: ) ...- I d.tringattack upon ths kingdomof were meritorious, will had, with to their agent, how, be asked, could I I

:::1.11; ( :locutions were still going on'- it' Portugal by Ferdinand, when Jireat; labour and Couse| planted; ..mdiMprovod I the unfortunate objects of our bounty,
the snail 1"
: troops thus organized wiihif some <.1l'1ns. The '
Constantinople.li ; the deaf and dumb, be also involved in
: ins lerritorit aueut of the Tri-lees ;
i s. nrocecdt-Vi. onrniv.&c came amon(! ..
if 1 of- the them? Will visit
Au sbu'bh! -a r-n- l you unon them anv
uazeue .
con 1 ,
u.tresisted, them: and located his '" ;
r1 to narch township
across the [ upon
tains the fdi\\\ !:It( ..r. :ck dated punishment for the faults of others, to

1 2c41iIi i di H(} nl.1niQ, Oc-ober 13 homier and commence a rebellion theirscitlcnifntserlusivfly ; thusdejjrivinir which they were not, and from the na-
, : ; I against their lawful Sover- oratlemptn to deprive them
.J -" Ar E.L'r } ture of their atllictions could be
, ) "t'? I : WilCh art of their hard not
earni' He moved I I
eign.J !:s. to
n\'cci i'. Constant..il"pltt.r parties?? Will you withdraw from
ugar strike out that of tIle
: !t 1,111lnch
> 1 lo the Thjt the casus fcederis nasar.Hen pi them the which
Commii'ec j bounty voluntarily
,1 i
:ne 11.t you -
: 11 O!Ht I provided f for tie 1 hcationof such
J i therefrom ; -
Assembly a letter Irurn Mr. StrolLi we assume to be unquestionable I ()the touitiliij 1 hicr&tolirc portion granted, which they did not, could
r i 3i: ford and it is p -rant- not invoke? Their -
; not too claims he said
Canning
in wbicn! :hat :Min fl to the tllbttL"ef the Deaf and HiIDAV: F'EJBUitY3,1S27.
i 4 + \ ister inform tlien :_h Thai much to add, that the duties which were addressed to the best charities -
Dumb
ht
Asvliim
:
ff
Keniuckv
{ : as lind i : ell" .
t t has received the instructions ho h imposes on Great Britain are as been located: l on t-jo lands claimed:; by pi'the human }heart ; we did! grant I. = __ -4: ---

1 expected touching an arrangement clear in point of tact, a* 10 a those settlers in Vlorida '\110 the small boon which was asked for Maj. Cic.i. Gaines. kl'l Pcu a\)1.1. 0.1 Fr'!

,,' between the Porte and Greece statesman her line of policy wouldhe to of vere eutitlrd then), and we could not take it back. clay I.i.-t ia the Schr. LU/abeth, lor fttf
tU'M'ijih
,, pre-emption. ,
I Oikau"
"- and that manifest, were it not The gentleman from Alabama i
they contain even mark : would
I p..ociOJ 0"- eu :Mr. Eaton) said l, that; he was\ happy
t ders to make! the Turkbh Ministry ouioy treaty. to have a\oid; indicting any injury upon the ,
it in !his power ti i j give the information 7'IN'nl/- rrnrl of Febnlfl'y.-Salutes were
:t propositions founded upon the dell' Mr. Canning; stated, and with desired by th> nentlemaii; meritorious settlers in Florida, but lie fiml, and. fl-igs displayed y-itcrday, by the

mands of the Greeks ; thai the negotiations justice, that the titrely presenceof fiijin Alabama.: But he hid not would inflict a deep injury upon} the L'.S.V .t.js in j'ensacola Hay and at the
r British expected def: and dumb. But the ;Navy Yard,jn honor of the day.
,: between Russia and the a squadron in the Ta- from the jrentlonr-many course proposed
Pre were to br concluded gus might be the best I opposition I in the bill would inflict no injury -
this
on the preservaive to : hill, and wa? still less Birlh ghf.Ball.-A splendid Ball THIS
4 j 7ih ,fCVohvr: and that he ( Mr. of peace, by deterring France prepared to liO'ir ill!}' proportion to upon any party. The trustees had given, I)y the Citizens of Pen acola, at Co!.

"Stra-f. .- Canning) would take and Spain from the execution of take !hack from the grantees; Mie donation relinquished their vested right in the lins' Hotel lust evcMiiigvn honor oftLe Birth
U to mjke their schemes 1-iiids which their had located flay of t.aOI WASHINGTON.: The
care known the against agent ,
result to our ally. which the act of 1 hst: war had; !
I the members of The of force and they asked nothing more than die Military Officers at Cantonment Clinch,
1 the amount which made
Committee ; Was to diem, for such: J1l ere ting; and W and the Naval Officers of the U. S. Shi
' If And that in (LJS of an amicable arrangement allotted to this duty of prevention important purposes.: In answer to completion of the location. Nothing John Adams, of the Schooner Grampus

1 b: tween the two empires hat! been fixed, no doubt, upon a the first queanon} Sie said, tliat' two was requisite to prevent any injusticeto and of the .Navy Yard,were invited guests.

I the Russian Ambassador calculation of the degree of Inveteracy townships of land hud) lu-rn nuiieci! either party, but honesty and capacity -

would proceed immediately from against Portuguese freedom! for the taimdatum: of a college in Florida. in those olficers! of the government the.J.'Uais.-\Ve citizens of are Pensacola glad to be, that able the to inform PostMaster

Pt; Ackr-rman to Constantinople, to' I and (ifrashnessin indulg:ng that .-The act d i reefed: that they under whose direction the location has received instructions to alter

terminate as promptly as possible inveteracy, which was supposed should lie l'i: :.;o p q? :_ !10 stimulate would in the f form in which it remain here one day in the middle of the
the affairs the
of Greece. ,.- Courts- of me Tu- I but as tint Territory vvis lame: andinight u_,_ ____ pass 1 was u..,"...!.:. 'I"ho. ... ........,..... ,..:11 ___1.1..1__ J,_ __.1,_
.r.XlrlC' 01 letter dated 1 iienes ana ol Madrid. The Ilercafier filrmlwl reponeu. .u5c n IU pIUU&1UJ'y ut:luau::
a ivaples,,I principle ) ) Sitesitvas(; next ,,'ed,.
N Q\. 29 :-" The Austmns! art- ol the armament being, that thought better, as the location had IItJohnson, of Kentucky, said

preparing. for the evacuation. of in no case was an invasion of Portugal I not yet been completed, to locate one that when, during the last session( the Fouign Co in liz crce.-We acknowledge

tin. V. .u' fu! !ut ;'II I used country; to be suffered by this cou.i- township iu East and one inV st bill for( granting adonation of land to with thanks,the attention of our Delegate

at least try from the side of Florida and in the Kentucky Deaf and in warding to us, for the benefit of his
every thing indicates that Spain ; means ; such manner as would Dumb Asylum constituents in this quarter, most of the reports -

: 111 y u-e ....ally to go f from us, just sufficient to prevent that aggression not interfere with private rights and was under consideration, he and other congressional documents,

r though it is at the same lime pro were no doubt to be tne interests. In answer to the second felt extremly anxious for its succcss. and regret that our limits prevent our

: bable ihey will remain in the Roman measure cf ;he force employed( by question( of the-gentlcman from Alabama But when that hill: had received the furthering his views by inserting them in

Stales On he Hid that sanction of both our columns. The last mail brought us the
as an army of observation hislajesty. the same principle although a portion Houses of Congress, Ilepoit of the Committee on commerce,

I I, ia reported here that his it follows, of course, that if ot the gralI.t to the trustees of the Kentucky and became a law, his anxiety ceased. relating to the commerce with Foreign

J Holiness wishes to have 6000 ol the hostile spirit of France and A-yllIn Jwd lcCfl lot 10 ;them, Even when it became necessary to Nations and their colonies, which may be

them to enable him to maintain Spain, or their want of wisdom, by the interfering claims of those who bring in this second bill, for carrying seen at our ot1ice
'
the faith. We have no news of has been under-rated by the British were entitled to lie right of P re-emp- into effect the provisions of the t former
From
the
Norfolk that
, : Grrtrceorofherheroicsons" ; there Government, and that in con- tion in Florida, what the agent had actliis mind was still at case, and the U. Ship Hornet,papers Capt. Ciaxro.v we learn, arrived .

are, however, many Neapolitans sequence our naval demonstration done did L not in any manner aftect the he gave little attention to the subject, I at that port on Sunday 28th ult., in2 '

S L who take a deep interest in the in the Tagus has not sufficed for. right of the trustees to the land we had for he did not think it possible that the days from Vera Cruz-olficcrs and crew

success of their cause. The increase the intended purpose, namely, the given them. We said we would ap- hill could meet with any opposition all in good health.
The
I Hornet her off the
I. of prevention of actual additional propriate a tov/nsliip of our On what principle of discharged pilot
duty on Colonial produce war, public legislation, he Delaware Capes, on the :?nd December,
I which is to take.place on the means ogght to be resorted to, .i lands to found an institution for the asked, could we take! from the institu- and arrived at Vera Cruz on the iMth of

to 1st of January, has brought us a and an augmented armament put relief of that unfortunate class of our tion a vested right ?1 Whether in a the same month, where she landed Mr.

great influx of English shipping. in motion, more adequate to the fellow beings, the deaf and dumb minority or majority on the passage: Stmca.H'r, Minister to the Congress orTacllha'a.

I />wn the London Time Dec. 7. grand and inestimable object, of With what grace, and for what reason of the bill, no member could, with n- the City= of. \vhoproceeded Mexico.-She sailed immediately from Vera for

The point at issue between the deterring the House of Bourbon will wo now take from them this ny justice or propriety, attempt, indirectly Cruz on the 6th ult. and has had a vory

people of England and the House from the commencement of a sanguinary gratuity ?? For himself, he did not to nullify the act. boisterous passage.

i ol Bourbon outweighs every other war. There is no truth doubt that the claims of the trusteesto The Trustees had, in conformity Mr. MVSON, Secretary of the U. S. Legation -
to the Mexican and bearer

i ,-.... _.at:__this__ _moment.I _. It is ai more.. perfectly-- undeniable than were time better lands,than located by their agent, 'to the. act.of last session. .. located their I I of a Treaty of Amity Government and Commerce, be
T :!}1 allun on toe settlt'ment oj r that a powertul arm, in nineteen I r.,. those of the settlers. |gram, ana a portion ot it was located twcell the united States and Mexico, recently -

\vhicli may turn the existence of. cases out of twenty, proves the The right ot the trustees was better, upon land supposed to belong to set- concluded by Mr. POI.VSETT; and

'Chillibl"rtJ among the nations ofthe most efficient peace-maker.. because it was the first vested ri'- ht.- tIers. The Secretary of the Treasury Mr. Toi.o.s, Mexican Consul for Philadelphia !-

continent or the The grant to the trustees was of prior had refused came passenger in the Hornet.
spread of Canning must of course be aware to confirm their location -

'despotism and superstition over of this ; indeed, he has illustrated date to the grant pre-emjxioli rightto on account of these conflicting Nt w Post-office. Post Office has beeo

its whole surface-whether Europe his sense of it by the squadron in the settlers; and where two rights claims. The Trustees did not wish established on Yellow Water in this county,

shall receive an accession of the Tagus, as well as by his verbal conflict, that which was first vested is to infringe upon} the rights of settlers. and .J ERF.tl.-\U SAVCX.I. Esq. appointedPost

, hopeful and best. But the trustees do iot wish to They had desire Master.
animating prospects, explanation of its intended uses. no nor intention to
. : or be plunged in more frightful The Foreign Secretary and 1m contest the title to the huris. They I do so. Mr. Johnson bore testimonyto Lex'tstatire 3Tr.moriul.ffc publish today

depths of humiliation and de- colleagues have only failed in the call upon us to carry into efiect the I the fair character, both of the trustees a most excellent! article from the East

apair $ *nr), fn bring aM *uhj fi execution of a policy which i provisions Qf the act br which we and their agent. They were not Florida Herald on the subject of the Memorial .
i can
, more home to the patriotic feelings !- not in reason or tie granted to them a township of land, actuated, in what they had done addressed by the late Lc"islatit'eCouncil
justice con- by to Congress, with which we fully
s it of Englishmen, we do not demned. Iftherefore the by completing thq location of LIla" --7 "", ot.-vo 'If lf..t"'h II" L-I ------- T.:.. r....:..,1 .h..u.. L_, ....Ja.a"lOCCUDicd

3 hesitate to affirm, that oo the victorious .Il.nn ",1.1_ uu___ .. squad- grant. ''lieved that- the_n_ ;fTp.ntlpmm:,__..._......& frnm a.v.... A !I.Q.._ I -- mor--- .. or-- thp u__ r--u-nnhlil' _.ttpnti_".__'i\n__ than-- ,
I Qllcauy me spot oe zoo Mr. Chandler asked,if the location bama! was too honorable its own intrinsic importance deserves ;
or disastrous result of the small persist
what
try virtue there upon but as it bears the of authority,
may was already made how other claims insufficient impress high :
I quarrel now begun, depends the be in grounds, in the be- .
a reinforcement ; if ships could affect it ? And if the locationwas liefof coining from the Legislature of our Terr!
intentional
future position of this country in cannot be applied with any misconduct on tory and purporting to express the "unaru-
the political world-whether she send a few regiments from advantage, made, he.would ask why it was the part of these men, whose integri-I mous voice" of the People, we shall probably -
Cork necessary for us to interfere?? ty was vouched for individuals devote a small space next week tu our
is tx surrounded and by ,who,
to by rjendlysympathiel Plymouth. Garrrson Libaon Mr. own ideas
it.
Eaton answered, that the entries he believed, that concerning
reverential attachments and release the possessed gentleman's -

troop of
Portugal ofland were subject to correction entire
Hctive from confidence. When you Ex tract from n letter Doctor MITCH-:
and and useful alliances their inactive from
I
duty. by the officers of .the land office. passed the bill last session, said Mr. I El.!., datedNeic-YoTk January 2&h 1827.
or to become a marked and if Kings Ferdinand and Land could bo entered The ,.
Further'j not which was Johnson, our hearts overflowed with communication made by Co
: olitary object for the hatred of. make war upon oar ally I covered by pre-existing claims. gratitude for the boon. You will not White to the Committee on roads and canals .

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blf! intrm ('nCt'. The physical geography mud only dlclaffi; a remedy and with that
every man In this Territory, of the paragraph which is taken from the!
t.j' thf I'loiidiau TVrritory, sc'msas far asI liberality and char- U'.IOA.I'
honesty, that must ever least :
understand i it, sin ulaily favorable to the acterise a sound &a dispassionate public, candour and reflection, will ac- Baltimore American. Besides the Or Flowers '

improvements, whim he. propose The oIHniiig choosing with a strict regard to tried qualifications knowledge.It value the Register a newspaper, of Literature,

such channels intercourse u? he the man to represent them in Congress is pretended that it is a grievance it worth more than the price asked Wit and Sentiment,

state'!, or similar ones, between one sec- who is best qualified to represent and to the people of this Territory, that by for it, 8s a book reference. FOR 1827.
iiOii of the. country and th> other fcnd h'!- advance their true interests.
t.st.it the Ocean and Gulf, arc nut onlyeirit. Respectfully Yours &C. the amendment to the organic law |I. Nik JJ''tcldgllegiter.-The editor Office of tht Satnrday EY. Post,?

: Inrt, as Col.'hifC: says, ;Nutiuu.ilubc I W. ''' the Superior Courts are preventedfrom I of this valuable work announces Pltilatk' hia. Dec. 2. 1826. 5

''(- i. It"mi
:}h"v m.iy: I'v r\pc'-icd to reimburse- theTivasuiy -'- c....lJn"m.4t. 3fl3JI'I- place, besides the one designated in will he'eafter participate in its editor- '-S. /ore. Wit and Sentiment which has

witii: jr.lly f'invince-1 of the! cxpedi-nry! tlf the} THE during the last six months,will,after
MEMORIAL: TO CONGRESS
th.it it" I f ; pretended that this provision is in one of the best and cheapest the
J' 'p't. was ui un tr-- I should The memorial of the opposition papers present vol. is finished, each number
f'tv; < it mvote.. I licit.tte! C.'l.V.. on Legislative to the unanimous voice of the ssueJ in this country, and well de- contain 40 octavo pages, printed well.

tp. fl.'r.t! rind (':.J.I;'<:view,* he cUftltaius: ; Congress, htely! !"l'ut oflfby express, !' people. Now, we have no hesitationi jerves the patronage of the AmericanA on mi all handsome type, upon the finest

iu rt'lati.tu to the ini--t-tiie. contains matter ui a very extraordinajfPis ,1 j.i -.; ,. LI. -_ -:. .- _1,0. :. paper, stitched and covered, and furnished
... ...,.. /her; j incorrect.: In the first *t 41 .4 ,. .. .
-'" ..,.. '- .' ."A'Co.-- ''':1 ..111ell.., UIU r\: indeed j !jre, place, : law nru .u-- o ;i
*I.*- : ca'ise of'surprise, to 1 it : fifty cents The
Casket
I ill< ro>!* of hi? con;sti i i units ha? tot\vai tiedILMIS. IS the I very reverse of a grievance// per annum. u a
irom \\': sliir<.'t\nt the following copy every man of scnso and candor in |that the Judges ol the Superior COUl' / 4\ HMttili0< collection from the choicest pieces of the

t.fa Joner from Mij.: <';.'n. lir"Mi to. Col. this part of the Territory, that the .I are not ti:' be compelled at the I The agents tor the owners of the Saturday Evening Post, made with a reference -
capri !
<. liv.Hi; hiAC;,1iui; Col. C. wi ii li ('ill power Legislature should put upon paper so I of tlie Schooner Wm. Osborn beg leave to express to the difference which should
;", ln tli'li'nce oiTloruU; and the hoilierse shameful; oft facts I Legislative Council, to trot dl l their thanks for the prompt and efficient exist: in the materials of a weekly paper
(.1 ,-'Qrpa, a misrepresentation i over the country to hold terms of aid renJered that vessel), by the U. and those of a monthly publication, the

\\ aie infonno.-l that c.fthr forces at thf as this document openly exhibits. i I those Courts. And if we except a S. Ship John Adams while on shore on former of course enriched with essays

di-py! of Col ('1:1..11: wiie company hasb. \\r e make no comments upon the few individuals, who are too lazy to the Island of it. Uosa ; and particularly poetry, anecdotes, and those- et ofF oy a
indecorous in which it is drawn for the exer tion of Leut.: recital of the occurrences of the "
en Mitit'Pcd at St. AM T.'linr'-three style I jup. till the earth for personal Pink- ek.
a living and who
ham
; and
) Uli' at two the Flo- his boat's erew.tojwhrch they attribute The latter can receive little value froma
<.IIIIT. : \; Tampa Biy- at .-Congress will doubtless justly !j -
ri,la A;:Nrom' at the Ociiln: and! four at i expect to got some little about :be the preservation of the vessel. mere detail of events, many of which
v .iiitoni'iiient Clinch are held in reailines? appreciate its merit, both us to matter ; Court, and a dozen or two of idbrs They lik.ewlte feel bound to notice the vould cease to be interesting before they

ft' march to any point where their servicemay -' and to style. who only seek an opportunity of Sp- ;attention of Capt. Austin, the pilot who were recorded.
lienFce..rary.Ft The hold and independent protestof I well was present and manifested his readinessto I Tne vast quantity of matter crowded
ling together, we are convinced;
net ordc-i hav> hArn g-iven t1l.t. the In. Mr. Mitchel to this impudent assist in time of need. I by small type and careful arrangement

<*...nnshoul1! br u'tflu: d I within} j their limits docs him the production !{ that the people require no terms of --.-. -- --- . .., into the columns of every number of the
highest fltflOtll. -
..rid that all stragIcrs: should be tjnia..diatcIv the Superior Court in East Florida in OBITU'AB.2' Saturday Evening Post, will ia the
i. aro'''tnl and put or the boundaries' jit! shows that there b, at least, one j any other places than those where course of a month, furnish the most ample

KVCIT: thir.iris i mmqniet and there is nodnuM I man in the council, who has spirit and they have already been held. The F.DIED on the, On 28th Chipola Tit., in Mrs.Jackson ANN HOWELL County. materials from which to form an interesting -

th.it the jiKiinnioairantrement of the J firmness enough to his real I periodical work such as the(asket
express ridiculous tale
suitors and b> I consort of Mr -
; jurors Joseph II. Howell, in the 66th j
MiiJay.! m aLne nuntionod, .till! ht the has been considered its
p of the wild and by
opinion pernicious j jug compelled to attend Courtat diumcc year of her age ; She was fcr several partial
Indians m !oidination l and a $- years friends and such
complete ,
order as we intend it shall
plans and of the rnlin f.ic-, ; afflicted with sickness and disease be.
measures which
wiii be preserved.Ai ; | : of 15mile3 from their homes ,
I she Notwithstanding the far: that the Cask.
tion at Tallahassee. A faction! which, I bore with Christian fortitude, and was at
: j and sell their horses tlIdr et is but collection
:) QIUKT:!: ) i to to defray last taken from husband and three a from the column
children
Jauuary ()lll. 1S2T. has brought this Heaven-iVtvourod; 1'' is absurd & who of the Saturday Evening Post
} 'j expenses, really too to I are left to lament her loss, by a we confidently
-!Hnvins; rttclved 1 fiom the to the !brink of ilgrace rnd I I predict, and indeed
; Departr.ieiit country .! I servo an answer. Do these sapieit !dropsy. Mrs. Howell was a kind and we are sane-
o1' \\ar. the feve.-jl, dcspatuiea! : from I ruin ; and, it thoycnntmuo; in power, I I' gentlemen really that a Superior loving wife, an all'ectbnate and tender tioned in the experience we already
liie Governor; of I'iori.'ia, conccrninij tlioLite suppose mother a.id a friend ball in distressfora have, that its most numerous will
will! the of the people I patrons
prostrate hopes j I Court
should
he held in
: I Indian dUtuihaucvs nr.ir tilt .\i II*! !l'ttlcm'nt1 have drtri) mined after fill1 I and the fond expectations! of the Go- :, hovel in the woods, merely becausethe '*n acquaintance with Chirst, by endeavors weekly paper. A large number of those

'',U1'd't aUCHI. to place the little :,ul i.$ -, t i)i I vernni"nt of tho LTnited States. owner or occupant of it may "lb walk with him, and died with confidence who take the "Post"depend upon that

jidut tt.-Ialc a.l l invest ton wi'h; ;'ullltl' \'. er :IT j i..: \' 'rv easy to pcrceive! the object chance to have a lawsuit on hand. that she will rest with him in glory. paper for the news of the week-it is
;.ii.i r '''p'ui iibility! fur the defence: of 1'lori- and hilt of this flimsy )ducton.: "Who .trust'in. Christ' na.:..;...,., ... i r-ii.-. thDC.-. --.J- '.L ---J-J -.----"..i"v'Jrymembernf'the p' '
jn Do they that a man who
,ia :1ncllla' fiomcr> ofCieorsiM.: Suppose ,-neaa, family where ft ,k received -
1 hlliu'c' doulif thai the it 5 i.. no* tt'-it tiie] projectors of it care ay.raw live on L.tkc George or at Mosquito To and this injures
;M p: I'M lit, jtrt j may ccrtainsalvation they all shall be led.CCMt''ICATED.J general use frequently -
i.ps of.\",.tlr 0" n 1'"' .'I:1''lIi. iiichiilin tb<- about the correct and t faithful: ,i i and' who should contract a debt [ its appearance so much as almost to

/.'rival '1 mpa Bryill.tnlicefor: tiii obj. 01' administration justice in this Tt-rri-j!I in St. Augustine! for which he is suedi ..- ... __..- """"" render it unfit for the file and for binding.The .

-"'t. I'nii, the Company ('Artillery atht. tory, for which they pretend: to fool! so i : the Superior; Court ought to have numbers too by this general use*
AHcu tiiir, nn of the J't. Infantry: Peu.'ola. will!1 be I Il1hit'ct concern. 'I la njlit lo compel the Court to conic entirely destroyed, and the file thus broken.
to your (11'<1.1"". Tf :.s latter tbr.".', No, their sole 1 object 1 in I hastily! setting ion Jils: phntation! to try tho causorj ? Vovt Veusacola.ENTERED. .-The Casket i is calculated to prevent

however, >hou1d not he i\i"rtecl fiom its up this memorial, is to tsuleavor: i \ { -:, this would seem to be drift of o this inconvenience, and to furnish, at avery

c.Jiiiation up the. Mi.--si:' ipn:, unless the to produce an f-ficct upon the next I their reaSoiBilr. Surely folly and cheap price, all the useful matter

t'Mit'i t'ii .ieN in of the ra-e sixuihl iiupciiouslytlemaiiil I election ofDvlegttn to C jn ress. Ii. prosumplion! were never carried to a Feb. 17.-Schr. Win. Osborn, Jones, b- which the weekly! paperwould be desirable -
; deeidiny: which >ou will cxcr- when
bound. thus
:i.,. ...ound (ilse.I etiofl. is a shallow artil t'p, by which tnoy calculate greater extent, by men placed in the New-Oleans. -In giving a
BrigGoorge, Barclay, Havana, 9 days permanent form, and select association to
In. tin- tnea.uvesou inn- think proper to to dupe the honest and unthink- I situation of! Lc ':shtors. The people balhtt. CL EARL!). the choice pieces of our weekly contributors

ail! pt. you of "ilIH'\t.rlo"f! igiit of the gi eat ing portion of the community, whom 11"1\'(' jot County Courts almost at Feb. 7.-Schr. Philipa, Wilson, Mobile. it is confidently anticipated that
objts the War
Department-the denre believe be led the BrigCieorge, Barclay, Sisol, Mexico new and successful inducements will
t'- and. ecuiity: of the inhabitants, from they may easily by I th-.ir; very doors;and it never was in- be
in. scheme ballast. held out for the exercise superior taint .
lk. tile aLcrsun: ; but it is equally necessary nose. Defeated every tCll' ed, from the testablishment: of Schr Smack

to observe in your deaiinjrs, a con- which they have hitborJo tried to in: I the: Government of this Territory, Cargo .58 Waverly bales cotton, 4,bbls Philadelpbia-Tallow, 191 partment-in, and unusual addition care in to our the literary de-

siunt and rigid deference to the dictates of jure the well-earned reputation if our that the Judges of the Superior Courts skins, rorns, and lumber by J. Jerrison jr.EXTENSIVE of neatness in the general recommendation
In this appear- .
j.istiee. respect, it will be necessary ----
r ) make all due allowance for the agitatedt'njKr present respectable and intelligent holdinsr,!: their appointments from the ance-and particular attention to the typographical

of the public mind with ivgard to Delegate in Congress, they are Government of the U. States, and execution, it is our intentionto

ttio Indians and the deplorable straitswhich driven to this last pitiful resource ill those Courts specifically organizedby embellish!! each number of the 'Cask
Sale Auction Pensacola.
at
Kave diu fIt many of them to act> cf violence the foolish hope ofpreventng! his re- Congress, should be continually by et" with three handsome Engravings,
or trespasstor which tit: main body ofine from the hands of some of the most disinguished -
tribes may not accouutuhle... With election.] They would make the p'ople trudging through the woods to get to THE Subscribers artists of the country.

cir ;?jir. I nnpt> aIM that they may be believe that it isie.illy necessarythat some miserable shedwhere they are to being anx- With these claims to patronage, the

made t'i U-cl i 'un 1iisrqe. the Superior Coirt should beheld hold a Court. ious to dispose "Casket" will, as has been previously

It i s coiiiidfntiv! 'xpcctt-.l that, with the in every log house in tho country The organic law has authorized the of their stock of I mentioned, be afforded to those who sub

Troop? of the Rr:ular army at your disposal ; and because Congress! plainlysaw establishment of inferior Courts. Goods will expose -! scribe for that paper exclusively at the

in]voa il'without\\ill he able! to accmnplibh the object that the Legislative Council were with a view to the necessityof tlu entire parcel for sale at low price of 2,60 per year, a subscrip- .
\ if>()rt to the militia unles.- prevent hUll which ills confidently believed, is
Q\'lUalllil't.l by a more serious crisis thau now abusing the privilege granted to tboin, this frequent migration of the I AuctionWITHOUT much lower than that for any other pub.

z.ppt-ars, by directing tho Superior Courts to beheld Judges of the Superior Courts throughout lication of a similar character in thLt

You will communicate rrequently: with where there was neither popu- their respective districts. God country-but to the subscribers of "The?
thc"e Head Quarters, and ficcly' v.itl theExecntiveofFjoridt RESERVE
lation nor business requiring their attendance knows we have enough of these County Saturday Evenng Post" "The Casket"will
and of (ieoigia ;-nnd ..
make fuc-h FCI'lisitILaLlS, fiom time to time, and therefore put bounds to Courts in this Territory for more On Monday 12th March ncxtat, their Storein be furnished for g2,00.

tin the Quarter :Master General's and subsistence the wild schemes of the Council, that haa reasonable of lit- the City of Pensacola, the stock con ATKINSON & .ALEXANDER
every purpose sists in part. of Printed Musl-ns; French Philadelphia;
departments, as the exigencies of Col. White be blamed for it.
the S\lee rc may
(,aiIlCS is to be expected soon in We do not know what may have been favorites with the learned and wie Furniture Chintzes. Colored "Worke-l at this Office.

roi: ida. and iu the event of 1-is aniial i.oar the private opinion of our worthy delegate Le l.l.t1frs; ai Tallahassee.: Why then Muslins 9 8 and 6-4 Jacconets 4-4 and -

you.yon will exhibit him this! letter und on this subject ; but we do well do they: not increases: the power and I 6-4 Cambrics, White and Colored Bordered FO1) SALE\
receive his Luther in";ntClIolI. know that the restriction Jncconet: Cravats, Madrass Hand. ,
; of these Courts?
put UPI ; !! County
: rtwscqucMKT Printed and Check Handkerchiefs
I kerchiefs,
sir.
am, \ Ri> p'y.Your ON CONSIGNMENT
2y
i
obedient Servf.Sigutu I the Council, in this respect, was noi Tiie\ '' 'ouncil! ;: 'n <:rive them I any ex- S.rcenetts, Senshaws, Levantine, Li ItJI1E Cargo of the French Ship Pac-

( ) I I.r I.:r bis work, but that of the whole body te-n* ')t( Jurisiirtiim, they please both Sattins, florence, Plain figured Colored j tole. Capt. Delalue, from Bordeaux

ac. nrlnVIl.I I of l (Jn rcss. civil .mt! criminal, i.xrvpt( only cases and Bl&ct Gros de Naples, Barege, White consisting of

Our Legislative Council was in't'- i I .. 1.. ,.' Tulle, flack Levantine Shawls, Book CASKS Claret Wineof
Col. D I.. ('U"CH.CoulI.landing \ () Cr.1 t 1 IHlllL'lIJllcnt.
h
had] odour at \Vfi hiiurn last vVliter. : ; Muslins, entlemen's and Ladies' Glove?, I 00 the most approved
; Ptnsttcola. rv > >n \Vii;I rerar.l to that part of the
Bombazines and
I Tapes, I'ns, Buttons, Brands, ofthe vintageof '
.-Their fkmuus memorial, I in I !wrn! : ri.l\ wl ."i il -obles; to the office Bombazdts Flannels, Baize, Dom. 1822.

mtvoJajv;Many article: omitted.To prepared. for this Japer: arc which! among other absurd and ridiculous : t' ':., 'i.u.ifs\ :: of :1\\if.! mr: h.lls: of the U- Plaids, deck Superfine Bleached, Shirt- 22 Pipes Old Cogniac Brandy,

-==::--' ::-'-:------- -,--"-- things, they pray for the establishment : niu-'i: Stales, it nr.ght; be sufficient to inKs and Sheetings, Irish Damask and 580 Boxes Claret wiRe, some very sa,
covnxtjNxcAxow.--- of a Court of admiralty at i oi.v.Tvh; t it i is of a piece with the Diaper, lish Linens, Cotton and Worsted perior. t *\

..:v---=;: ===__ Cape Florida, to be up.dor the control I! absurdity :..J1'tilC oincr part of this pre- lloery: End a variety of other staple and 80 do. prunes; ,
F.ili'.ur I articles half ditto do.
oj'lhc Pc/isacola Gu-cte. fancy 40
It of the LeiiKlativu i C oune.!, wu;' 'cious document, on which we have
i; beh-\vd by many persons in tills ALSO, :100 Baskets Sweet Oil. i
?PH.'IlIIJ the Teniton. that Col. \Vhite i is then before Con ress,. Decides, many I !)e1'.! remarking U'e shall however Reavor, Ctftor and Wool Hats, Ladies' 80 Boxes Olives, Capers, Ancnorii? p

JI luJly in the ic-appointmeiit of Gov. Da.il. of the acts of their last sessIon indirect I srte one facl: within our certain and Men's Sloes, Negroes' Shoes Castings and Peaches. .

a> (;u\'t..rnor of the iYrritory. C\fi violation of every sound pr nci- I knowledge, as it regards this provi- Nails Shovels and Spades, PatentPloughs 209 do. Cologne Waters.

.' uu inform us whether that! is the fact ? }'ll., of law and justice, and openly ropu'jnant sionin the amendment in the organic G :rnar'' and Blistered Steel, 36 do. Ant'd. Cordials. 'c
. Such inriresxion ; and Walnuts 25Ibs
an it is believed i is calcul I 100 nags Almonds ,
and Hair eives,
l LHI' to uijarp CtV.\ >iially ; and iftt to the Constitut.uu; and laws; ijhiw.I It is ibis: when the subject J'rying Puif Axes Wire Al- each.

should not Le founded in fart, it ought- of the United! States, n-ero brought 11vn.s t presented to the consideration Tobacco, Pepper, Pimento Old,and Copperas Superior, 40 Large Earthen Water Jm.SOO .
,
to he rontrndicted Cot Gathden! it ibtlitvd ::; under the review of Congress, and I of the Judiciary Committee, who re- lum Madeira, Cogniac and Sherry Brandy Wine, Uasket Sweet Empty Demijohns.

is not .only friendly to the re-an-: indijrnnntlv rnncaled. It thouhithightirne hill, they unaniniouslv 100 Bags Corks,
wa n/irtml, ilio,.. I Bagging, assortment of
----- ------ ---------- --- :; Cotton an.
.u CXI.
J" mtincnt of the Governor; !but to all his I. 'CJ I- "- :--------J --F 100 Bottles,
matures. A CITIZEN. to put some restraint upon a I }pressed their surprise that the Legis- : Earthen Wars, &c, &c. The whole beingthe 12 Packages Hampers Dry Goods, containing

Middle: Florida. body of men who had shown tbem- I Ieh'esso | lative Council should: have underta- oertiaps, most valuable auction snd extensive in this Broad Cloths, Linens, Handkerchiefs of '1
offered at
lua.i l uor to the above we can only sav prone to abuse the! power ken to deprive the Superior Courts of assortment were the atten- different kinds Cambricks, Printed Cot- :
veil worthy
thatvc Ji.uo liof-jnlii-r Mitonnation on the stowed upon them. be-I' the services of the marshals, in any place, and as the bale will be entirely tonsSh wJsPr.inella ShoesGlovesColoN .11
Mibjtot than \\ hat W(' ha\e l;.'jetoforc pv1 i This the sontir.rMit law tion of purclusrrs ettes, Artificial Flowers, Head Dresses .t;
was general case whatever, considering as -x:
free- .
'
I U to the PuLlic-Our and
own is not UmbreUasoo1icap Letter Paper
opinion
.. ,-d4 it i i.< therefore unnecessary to cx- Congress. But it was thought that: if I it originally stood, as sufficiently expli- TERMS.All Ribbons, Silks, &c. &c. j

l"n-K it ; and u? to Co!. White's, \ve kuow the members of the Council should I cit on the subject. The impropriety |I sums not exceeding %SO Cash JN STORt 'W

u. moro than oar corrfppnd docs or elected by the people of Florida, : of the Council's interfering with the From 50 to not exceeding 150-2 months A general assortment goods suitable i: i !

111t: tlIJ liy refercure to our 1ilt. ; whore instead of being appointed by the j appointment of the officers of the Superior 150 300-j ditto. for the country. ',

*".think may bt found iutficimt evidfnoe President of the ellitcJ States, thy I Court was so glaring that both 300 *' 500-4 do. N. H. ALL 'l. .
to putat rtit jill doubts on the subject. 4 and 6 months,
Over 500 Pensacola 13th Feb. 1827 SOtf.Administrator's '
Ldnor Pinsucula Gazette. would pursue a wiser and more }prudent houses of Congress were astonished a: approved endorsed notes: -

course of Legislation Hence the it. Besides the embarrassment anc For Stone. '
Asaph .
Sale.
For lie Ptnsncola Gazette.HcjfT. experiment was made in the lmend- inconvenience of having several differ- .
:\1r.. .-In consequenceof a rumor called the officers execute the F. H. Nisbet. y permission of the Hon. County
merit to what is Organiclaw. ent ministerial to B
fLat I lam a candidate at thf ensuing elcclor 20th February, 1827. Cour t for the County Escambia, I
Whether the result will the Court obviousto Penaacola
'Nn the oifice of Delegate to Congress prove process of were will expose for sale for cash to the high-

J beg the ia\or through your paper to say satisfactory either to the people of this every lawyer in Congress. Tf O&S&lifi est bMder, at 12 o'clock M. on Saturday

thl} : such i is not the case. Territory or to the General Government THRASEA. 10th February 1827,;in front of the CourtHouse
,
and most profit-
At the close of the Council it was thought is, perhaps, yet to be seen ; eILHE! roost handsome in the of in the City of Pensacola, as the
lIJ\omt" of land, vicinity
that the two contending partiesthi able tract I
of J. M. Ftiwar deceased,
but if judge from the specimen 25.Some property
we may Washington, January
this
olfire, concurred in opinion ; so far 'his -
: .. to the support} of the pre ellt adininistraof of Legislation, which the pro- our readers may have a curiosity to (OOo ffifpIm aP C 1i43

of Floiida, and the continuation its I sent Council have already made public know what is the progress of the business 9si1 Q

polity, which uas also thought; to conflict we are much inclined to think that before the Committee of Investigation ted on a navigable stream which in said City and if the said lot shall td not
of
iimch Ie: with the interest of the Territory and nothing has been gained to the peopl? appointed in the House of emnties into the Bay of Escambia, at only bring demands a sufficient which sum have money been filed pay
lights of the people, and that a thud distance N. E. from Pensacola. the may
in the mode of selecting the communica- 12 mies the ut' Ifit *ua Geceased
vandidutc that belonged to the violence of by a change Representatives on stream. caned B.. u" "' ttfc *smt: ZatV
"either partv, might probably bring about their Legislators. _J linn of lllC :vrD *=a. -ffWI .Wntherefore Th wrok irons through this tract of shall proceed immediately, at the same
a change in'sucti'unwholesome measures.! Having made these preliminary remarks state, that that conintitteehave land Gov fa" almost, a mile,and offers a tzev r- time and place td sell Lot No.171 in said

Believing that it would be premature and I ve shall now proceed brieflyto been in session, without inter- Idfjn.rtAi1l..eaa.>cavab\t\ of driving! three city. .rne. p
I'itcrferewjth of the other can-
the interest
tiid.itrn, so far this wish related to me, I notice the subject matter of that mission, every day since we last .adverted Sors. Dordcrinjt that stream is a quantity ..w1. Crupper, '
as
I decline being considered! as one, under<< part, of the memorial under consideration to its proceedings, and has not ofland containing the purest clay for Clerk and ex-offici Admr.POSTPOJfSS .

the inipresrion that the minds of the peolle which relates to the Superior yet concluded its deliberations. It is brick. YTherever the timber is scattering CALE : *. .
is
,
upon this subject had already bteu Court and the duties of the Marshalsof said that l\lr.l\lix was under examin- i exceiUnt* g ra* grows range luxuriantly for cattle.and there The iile advertised abaTe i 1. postponed p

made up.Whilst. the United States. Mr. Mitchel, ation (for the second time) duringthe an The title it in&tputoble, having: been until .t

on the subject I would beg leave in his short and pithy protest, has whole of the day before yesterday. confirmed bj the Commissioners of the Saturday 31st Marth next.M. .

further to remark, that whatever neglect, United State.
Nat.
it incon- Littfligencer.We
characterised as Crdpper
.
*>nd injustice that have been practised on, very justly .
to
terms apply
For
the
Alex-
with
*r may still threaten, the welfare of the sistent with facts and uncourteous in cordially agree Cleric

Territory, and the rights of its citizens, its diction." That it is all this and andria Gazette, in tha sentiment uttered Thomas P. Rioboo. PensacoU lOtb Febrt1jr7lST' .

from the\iews and movements of our rulers! h are persuaded that in the 1 last clause of the annexed F njaccl fstu 4I ; 7-1-2: ,
much ve
ttte! goad scuscoftlie people of Florida! morc, _


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I S'' SUPERIOR COURT Brick, Lime Lathes TV nut.

ORDINANCETo
a TOLN. m fjm1 uQ, AN in Pensarola.SKC. of West Florida. ep.

,
WATCH not Market
t 1 PLAIN SILVKR S\mu \ Y\\\\eYS i11 I Restate the Board of Terms 1826. WILL purchase, or
ovtHzbtr contract
by
I .1 ,.: c.xpped, value ahout five guineas; 1st. lIe it 9nlaicd I supply of. fIr the

+ made by Moirison & Co. number not ICI HAS JUST RECEIVED I Aldermen of the City *f J'cnianla,,, That I Francisco Ronal, l: ec'ltor of "\ 300.000 1JKICK, 8
1 the Market inches
I collected; .a jrold chain 1M iih a link broken ?ER THE ATLAS FROM NEW 'tOJtK the Market shall be lel.Ut the CityIhl the Estate of Domingo Salas O H ide, and 2 do. thick. Ion& do,

cut in several places in one place the AND ELIZABETH AND THCHN House and nowheie else m TS.rcrnundo fJ

chain had been hrokcn Apart and joined FROM NEW ORLEANS it'any person shall sell before eight Morel Senior S L Land 56.9.)0) IHh:riKI.S common hHir!
c the J2mlof '
'
seals morning between 6.900 KOMI LS of lns
gold
BRT.HIwithout soldering, two o'clock in the Domingo livitT ; V'lle,
? .
: the CHOICE( sup1yf the 22ml of September, or i live Oyster helb : r
keys March and
\ith cornelian stones two gold A day came the ail Complainant, }
ldiliuD
flllllS
.als and chared and with the chain \ Groceries in v before nine o'clock in the morning during : his
j keys JL Denjauiin 1). \right! Ksquire I lUOOOO LATIIIS
to his former fockamong Butchers by 4 feet
Bllt>fine gold, the slit in the ling con- which aie the follow'.1ar.* the remainder of the year. ; at Solicitor, and it appearing to the Court, ten n. lonb't r ph;.
t articles muallyso.a
tsXnittff the gcalsaml keys spreading1 apart.Any tidl' I meat. Fish or other thai the said Fernando Moivno Senior j
1 fii.din.the above, und glY- market in other part of the City thanat The above artc'I..
person 1 1'ipeSuperioi Cojjniac Bran Seltc". any fo and Domingo Olivier are not inhabitants are tu hf' (.fUll'
in;; information thereof to the Editor oft 111"1111'', the market House they shall pay this Territory and they having faledtoapear qiumhityanti: (!Ie h"It 1 ,at LIp.iv. ?st
() .
!ic Gazette, shall receire rcward of five Holland Gin; 'every offence a fine of Two Dollars. the complainant's :1)41III h ua-r 1I"tk. :rd
1 do. Old Of". ..?. '. .r .1 '. .l' s 'r\hA\ and answer theOl'clatncs. a I"Cltu '.I
OvUdl: ; 1 lllul. JiiuKticuIluiu, market f house i :tmTd I.y
i .t
"} > 11I '
1'cimcolA. 6th Feb}'. 1827-w-ot. 7 lUils. American Gin, the Stalls in the new ot fore orderedtIlatu11cstttC I S1h 'ticiViVJv -. :1'&t'! '_ U"._ _.. ("p".%'('"' tot
the supenntendancc will al, 1'
fi ctn.w Orleans Hun, b leased under xnts do appear )here, on or before the () he subjec;

r JJy; the President of the Luited) ]5 .li. Old \\hio.key. tie Mayor in such manner, for such price first day of the next term of this ''Ollrt. to I I !n"pecfion; oft/It' YarI1." ,. n '!h.li l') tht" lJ-i;
seem
of time Brick .rt' :
length as may flUI"t be .
for such of i 'Ic Ii-- 'J'e'
3: lo. Peach Ur\H1 v, aid be [maiden on the first Monday May ;"'c1 Lit" 'Vi:
States.
I H do. Cider andVine Vinepar. tr, him most consistent with the interestof next, and answer the complainant's bill t I ul\p.lntx' :, r j .._. It ."av. :11 the 1Jl
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of Law I JOHN QriNcrAnirs ; Provided that no lease shall -
n N pursuance 2 Cat-ks 11a(1PLaVine, the City- herein, the same shall be tak.cn as confessed : I.OIKl WitI:1 -. .'', ;
I I Prcsid -It of the United tate il do, (\hnnnar do. be fora greater length of time than one against them. I required tot' '.- ., ,.rul'' SCcuritK. \:'l'I| he
and make than two stalU be l % .
(America, do hereby declare 1 do. Old Port do. resr nor stall more 'AnI it is further ordered that the foregoing co :raclfor |lc It, rnc [ CII '*; or 'I'-'

known, that a Public"Sale% will be held at do. 4' at Tallahassee, in the Territory I % 3rd. Jle furt'sr' ()r.'I''. That be WIH.'lIcver< ", .
'1 the Land Office 2 do. Malaga, I e. Gazette: once a week for the sj>jce of j pruIJo.wl lrt "'1umIHecJ. J.
of Florida, on the third Monday in 3 do. Claret, i it stall be the duty of every person, wno four mouths atilt once a month for two

I )tay next, for the disposal of the Lands ?O doz. do. maj: purchase a stall, to cause it to be months thereafter.A ainl. li. ()\'Pi'tor

.: situate within the limits of the following 10 boxes Cmiijtuck Cier! washed every day before tcn o'clock, and true Copy from the lleconl.Atttest oIVivlj.tte1.t.;

described townships and fractional town- 11 Il!b\s.\ !SV\\ 'U k do. kept clean and in order at all times : and "cn50b. .

10 do. al who shall neglect to wash, ht Jan'y 13 ,
viz Tiuy ;, tf.
hip-- : every person rhi, .
IIasc111unt. 0 :
North of the base line and West of the Lon porter, and keep clean his or her Stall and keep W. I cial : 1ijt. of tht' \\JuiHr f'f'm
L X. O. Sugar. order shall for ( 't. \. F. HCbi tcl' .nll e' .
Meridian.: 0 IH'ds.a I >t quality the same in goo every C'lk. Sup. ; his pli.se lII crt U:

: Townships No 3. 4, 5. fractional townships :10 Bbli. do do. oli nce pay a fine not exceeding three Pensacola 1.7th November 18-6-38w 111 Ptjcra; : -I. aSy

i No. 6 and 7 of Kaiifjc No. 8, do. Molasses. dolars. Kvery Butcher or fisheruian, or 4m aiul m2m.

Towj-ship: No 6, & fractional township 1500 Ibs. Snjciior Loaf ?ujnr, otter vender as aforesaid, having cor-, I 0X23 -

t No. 7of Range No9, 10, 11 1:. IS, 1500 do.! -lo, Lump .In.! rioted meat or fish' poultry, or wild fowl r- 1 1I I W.
50( boxes Soap in Lfnjjt und Small tJr stall shall forfeit and PROSPECTUS : f WI lSH to purchase
their
i i inclusive. i in h 1<, her, or 1 h.-o YOe: of
i' of the Base Line and East of the 8 do. Shoving do. I for every such offencew sum not ex.- I rate Oxen, to f ht ( C I"cr\\1 first
South py I I at
Meredian.Township 10 do. Sperm Candk?, ceding live dollars. f"SM OF THE I Nzt-y Yard near Pt'nsI"o'' the

:; No 2 and fractional townshipsNos. 10 10 do do. Mold No. Choc/.lntf do. I -. 4th. Beit further Ordained, That ;\\\CO\\ llr.g a \\, I EaeyuulIg, lan:c and tIeIlt.SainI. Iy. l.hy- mU3t

3 an(l 4, of Range No. 1. 8 I'ackajrcp (ciiiiUiliiinjc; : P > tni.tf'r I fjrerj person guilty engrossing shall }{. Ocrton
2 & 3 Range No.2. I for each offence the sum ofme ,
Townships Nos. 1'ovder hrfcit& U pay A WEEKLY PAPER
fre-h I\ '- ill!, Oisu am .
2 St ."> of t Range No. 3. 'otllars.engrossing shall be deemed to .Ja'ill .dgent
I' Townships} \OS. I ( Pensacola
,
Voting llysoi\ .a
1st
fractional i Township No. 2, of Range 20 boxes fit'sh MuLcatell and MalagaRaisins. ''consist\ in buying up a'{ reatcr quantity of Printed at Macon, Ga. I Jallual' lH.Jl.-Hlf

j I No 4.Tne I vegeitables, fowls 01' other marketable ar. 5JTEHK local Advantages of the town of I -- -

I Townships are to be offered in do. in K**-1;, tides] than the persons purchasing can reasonably fJ&i Macon, ns :an emporium for Literature Col1vram1u

I'f the order 111. which they are above Je- 40 boxe PruiK-e, I want for use. Provided that the as well as C"11I11erCe-'iitllatcl! it t-HE sllc! ribr't' :) .

-:-" ad. heirinmnerxfith the lowest. number Almonds, Drred ,Currcnis, Cper I said offence shall not be deemed to have :! is, almost in the very centre of the State ; his friends rebj1eCtul.v. inform!
| beclioh in c that h.
D luwusmp. will
_
h ami Ancfiovies, been mmittedhcre the public have had. stili,
the head r.f beautiful eorinJe
law for the at Navigation on a to draw
reserved Deeds
lands ,
Thr. by use 10 Bbls, Apples, reasonable opportunity to be pr :.viouslysu Monga; 1 3 of
f I
river in the :heart of fertile and .lel
; a new Pcur Uer
I of schools or for other pnrposes, are tube 4 d 6I. dried do. I II pplied.Sfcc. 1 Attorney a I i 1strument
f healthy! country.-were among the inducements elf WI'-;!. ili
the
from sale.
excluded do do. Peaches ;;? mo*
'f ; ; 5th. Be it further Onluincil, That I aniroveiI tannJ
,i\'en under hind at the City of that led to the proposed undertaking. on ti- u'.ud
I ( rr.y O Bbls Fotatoc every person,who shall cut, injure.or deface ; t'rrnsj and SOlICITS acontinu
: 1 (1 \V ushingtoa, ibis tenth day of January Pickles in Iell.! aivdK'?ipf// the Pillars of the Market House or alice of ili.ir i.tvorsW.

I A D.1827.John Pickled Onions- any part thereof shall pay a fine of two The rapid stri-Ics this infant settlement ilascll Hunt.

t Quincy Adams.i 10 UiisKrt* Oli\c Oil, dollar, if tin; otTen<. r be a ilave in dcf.uilt !has made, in ti.e short space of tour I'tnsHcoia7th l)ec, J826.Coulvacl .
f English ail American if utuitJ, he sh'j hall be tars the importance in commercial
the President, of paymcr.t or whipped ) ; a -
i.I I Ground Gill 'r. Afpioe! Co! :( of \iew it has
i % ten lashts point already acquired ; -
f- Graham .FO: 1{ S.\
LEO
eow Cinnamon 'e1Utan. Ii
t J t rVutnu'gs Cay Sc.: Cth. Be further Or
t j I L'umjnisswjief oj the f..7; ,;. Land Office. 15 Black 1'cpptr, -: it khail be the duty ol the C.ty Constables excites: the tide of business, of capital, (iftm.emil : ( ; UHS"IHl.f: :: :jftt-r.
fort Mats Cassia : i ,
1 Should any of t the lauds proclaimed ; before so rapidly ilowing& there ; 'HLL
1 daily to inspcct'the Market I House I ; ; already ;)rOl.rty i.
j the 15th of 2000 Ibs. nuinlil and Buck SLot) ft :rteJ, m. VrI Io! Jf p.
Tallahassee on January .
lIil'tt o'clock in the and direct the public mind the I ha for S.l.E oIS\CI.
to
ten inorning) to see high destinywhich or'.{' tsr-: ; .
,
5(1( (' do
1827 unuerthr Proclamation of the P1'e81i. Lead in small: l hat \\ tl \ en
awaits ittheri I\
t. that this Ordinance is complied with, and
. t nt ol$ the United States, dat. d tht JI' Kegs l\iIP'IJ.llll.tll} 'cw > \
.: 24th of May, 18<2b", be, from any 'all e"il 10, Bblj: 1'.1 unu 2, r\'..arkei 1 IJ to report evcry violation thereof to theM Th'ii ,ii is already one neatly \ :'\i) ,r

t 'abtcvrnotOt1eted at pUt he sale at the do. Saluio, .tyor. prill't'4i napCl' in Macon, yet the peculiar I with tr.c'Y .\; lII_ rIll.! r.r..Jd

time aforesaid, the same will be ufl'cred at fi HalfBl.ls) f',1onJali I JJ.rf, Iascd 5th J n. 1827Ieiij. situation of the twua-the increasing bu- SiSts of16'J) -'paIt.. of laud, .\ ".. :2iljp1 con.!
1 ;
I public sale at the, time and place stated in 5 BJJI11'5 (). D. 1'h'ht: 5I11Cot' the place, -'the intelligence, the with ,,rme t.%.''\'" and tnM.H; S
10 jf.j) P.iuH :" ,nl.t'rn rOt;. puhlc; spit it of the community-the in- 0/1(' prune Mill I i.vin 'at.i.
\ the above proclamation. The sale to I'r'>lirJ.' .: ol B. .;1. : | WI1 s.uys in O1l'
: cnnittiviice 'tkth! the lands! heretofore pro iiO h'o.s I It'll in Approved Ht 1l1 .Jan Ibl? cirastlig population, wealth and impor- .J I rutim. tile ndiiirfrlo-.vrir '.1' for Caa.vcym .

chuu'cdand will pogrtssin the oiJcripvhichtiicy [,1,0() LtillrlH'oJIIHJn z, John Jerrisun. (.uI.I.t': rf this section of the Stale,-call L I Lumber to the \.\''' >'urdor
t !' '(> II.
'. .I \ weieprochtrned- ( ) fIn! SmallOu1 c'i- : -: .H.ll-U'. winch: shall not only disseminate usefiil;; I exceed one fourth--y l of Mexico, doe not
a : from
Graham
l co. : ) do. CJlicn Butter: -- -- UlIe the
inforir.uiioo [ udvoc.ite I mill
} ,- b'it < fearlessly, TUC any ;person \\-i ishnto. .
4. 10U;: eflit
do.
LTH! n bit.suies
J : 49-15t. Covr.rtj "e. tJ' ( \ \ lllll ;s OP 'iii;. i-ioi'u I of tlut kind
i) Klils, fipsh Flour would: do well to call
,
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1 -------- \. LL having demunds againstthe With! the I on tne ub cribcl'.
BXUffX.D. WR'IG1Icr: (; do riicr, I; persons : regard to Political course intended .
U'll Croinit! I J. :$1 estates t>f JOSEl'H (.;.OUMAHI.Ncn to be pursued by the Editor he '
t' U. s. Attofncy.Mig SHiKsLivcjpool Co.::, 1'.
;
J htJ. English.
be absent f-cm Feu "<> do.'u.! L'.u'.m: ili CI FKHXANDEZand: MANIA DAT.MAjo prcfumrs a few 'clI1Hkiyill: sulBce :__

occasion to weeks. Those uhc) 10;: l>.I;: C.'io.; .a\.ul.' '<-'NCNV Cicp, ), !late of this County decease!, aie, tie pledgee himself ) no faction or cabal The Mobile Commercial Advertiser
1 I cola for six Si..110 I b:1 .Iy requested to present the same nfl- Warmly devoted the will give this four insertions
l1a\ business \vut l.imwiti pl >:u. 3 llti Till.1H!>, I ; to cause of the peo. I two in t'-e!!

refer c themselves in fie! mean time toI' I. H 1'aj'cr, v.jiuni,:, and( \\rruiL'1. ".p. j r.iciiiatcly to the subscriber ; UIK; all periors : pie, his constant endeavor will: be 'o promote City hailer and two in t'-ic Country p",.
: do. indebted: to said ebtate. %\jlljicaBe their internists-his highest ambition per
De LuUua.IVby. ,
Col John. ,4th 187-4'J 3t I OruuijC", riantaihs, Corn Tnils, i\ C: ,i.1 make payment, without deLy, to I to merit their confaleme.-Though he -

I' I fcc. S.ic. JVI. Cnijjpcr.Clerk does not deny a preference to the priiicipl's I.I.I Mmln isirator's rfvtir."B -
j.r. )'if { Sf 41 vO 3 r January l 'lJi 1 l7-4.--1t. I of of the .
: I one -
.. --- -. : V f.r ,,ffii. ir .I1dm'r.j contending pariec that !f N pursuance of the
: -- bvu.it :i 'i'ce.i, Grapes, c. I Pensacola 29th Nov. "1826J98t.'QR a ;.iatc tins btate,-yet such measures, f i thirty-seventh section provisions of Of the
j .
J and such an act of
I -------- men OVLY as to him may seem the

-l8 ''t'J'...' .tf- \ \\\\ r \ .\\J S :'b1. calculated to promote the public I legislative. Council of the Territory of
the
rTf1HE Su.tri ; f: ool, will i-ccesve his: support, withoutxspecttothe Respecting l Prl'bute of \Vili,
t. ; < j. / PrriLisinxc RT S'BrUl.1, and the -ratuin- of Letters of
't'r r" !ieto. 1.; pu'tyhich claims them. Adajwv

: I Just received and for Sale -_ __t,_ .'oi'the l.im...canBotanic 2i : Y, The Editor sees with: pain, the dilemma tration, t'm and Uis duties of Executors, Ad.minist.r .

t Garden and Nurseries .JMlLf.IT.17ir. fiClEVTiriC .1M in which Georgia is piaced! in ; and 6 uardiai is" Approved
4 I AT at V\\\\\\ \ regardt'j ; sLit Jane 1S.3,
1 THEBookatoire. log near New-York, criers to fuvnish the I ./ rMLllt YJUUIt.Y.lLAT her relations \\ith! the Geiu-nl C.ovcfn- ,

t I -re.l\s\\.colu. public with su'ch Trees and I'laiusas they WrsT-l'oiNT, NKW-VOKK, KNTITLED ment, and the aweiul crisis to which she Notice i:i hereby Given

j I W. Hascli Hunt may desire. The collection of Fruit Tilt 15 l.a tcl1ing. V/ifiout ituppiag to enquire to all cl'cditor3111.1 j :rsom entitled to

Pens&olid November, 1826 Trees of all the various kinds, aid also of West-Point Sentinel.VIA. whether in the origin of this dispute dt.str.it.o.i! of the; Htate of JOJIf:

-- Ornamental) Tiees, Shrubs ant l Plants j is :I she hail justice: on her side: he :MILLEK.Lteoftle( Cbunrv of ESc.ln.
classes and!
'- "T 1) vil\e lun by tar the most extensive anc valuable prpfcssioi.s consider it pledges hi'nyjlf! tu use his uiuvcarirJ exertions bia, m the Territory of Flor n, deceased
-
'
{(( '} to establish, or at least
in America.In to i to preserve Hie vi-jhts and dignity thatticr cuvs! and 11..ft'1.iIJ

LJ THE SUb( 'Lcr informs his friends and addition to the immense riiqiiisilions \take uncier their immediate putroiU <.- ol' tin State, and to avert the evils tliut: 'wrredat the expll, .ltiJI of' be

Put that he has opened a of former years he has PO\V alrve some journal or periodical; p lpcr. They[ threaten to overwhc-hu her: In rom the 24th day of J..n.Lir two }ears
supporting -
in this lace for make it the of their : > 1326, un-
of enter-ainment organ com.nunicatioir
}louse : the rights or'Cifor ':ia less exhibited
5QVU yui-ieiies Orthe \\\z sh. ll not reel! within that time
tn the tu the
accommodation of travellers and > public through it
the ; they himself
express 1-ounil to as-ail;ls with uumcfited; a- A mil1i trator.
;: boarders who art not subject to inebriation most choice Fruits their wishes and l feelings-announce .bu-sc, the Government of' the United \\ .
hr flatters himself hat he cin gin. I useful discoveries and improvements and States Hasell -EIIIt..2th'LnidrAr..
or ascribe :
: which are nut in posse5::iniofany other : to others! the evils
; full satisfaction to those who vull please to to ili pages the} resort from severer stu which have .
establishment in this
may aivei Iro.-nour
. county, phi cf\\ hlcii: own imprudence. I
dies to ix-lax their minds Pen.
call on him. with its selection aco1at :FIoruIa 8th
{ Novenioer
are announced in the Catiio Wherever: his ; ( IlfJIj
{.- His table will be' furnished with the ;ciof'lo"'G.The ;, of'wit, fancy, or novelty. The Advocate censure mahe opinion, -.-- ---

best the countiv affords, his stables with above assortment ot'GHAlES, cofibisis i of the hoctor of medicine, the Merchant .-"s\. descried GKOI.JI.\N, it shall" ,not beAitnieM. i \y'l i) ) r.

good corn, and provender, together with! \griculturist, are all :accommodated :anti i interest, he will iMiiter.J, 11kClIlIgs
250 KINDS
1 fuithfiU Mid attentive Ostler. All tl.r with their {peculiar ;professional mis I ly tor iota strenuous ..Jls.Yul t.'iu,
every tit' her
:
Public business 1'1"lIJ3 OMUMJ j mnrisiuc the finest \Vineoml Tahh cclbuic.sthe \oiarist of fashion rights As a tie-
(irapes of France the malioFsciencetlieulogians srendaut or tin > of LEAVING been umle:* fie neccss'ty of
transacted this place hidl i is situated GeimAiiy, Italy and fc the Masonic Marty the i Utr\olu-
I the Cl'irn3.The Fraternity hUll, every atte upt to xveaKcn tile I Iig the 1 pub/cu.on: ; Ut' r,
in the centre of the ChipuU belt u.uit.L. all support, and all the imvcmmentofiiis I o. "
enjoj
I
Proprietor Cuiiniry: or : Weekly Messenger. in LL: l, no ;' 'iro-
JVl.-Stouo having acquire.1 ex benefit of.Journals sever Tie tlI i .
expressly devoted to nwn lit these poses to issue irl(> !f3-rst -.,
tensive information 0:1 the subject, from their interests and I States, 'will: ineft \\ :th hit : : iiraxr Ot It5
1 1I
4 Vcbbville, Jackson County, actual observation ami cjrptricncc, i is ena- tastes. consulting their I iitur abhorrence, and lr.tei mined OPPlJ- : ('f111iI'1Lil'Iil, us 'J,\ as it Ins ".-('1 IsCtCziiiiet1 .

t .1anu&t'251h1827. bled to make such selections sition.TE11MS.. t ti.Z uliclcnt iutrrJllLO: .vil;: c
, as 1 The
N. n. The na"le of the Post Office in mitable to mqbe army, alone, has hitherto been des- I I ailmleJ ;o 'If-ri-ay tl.c expends ui ? &
any particular l locality, and I lituteofthis I
this County has been changed by the such selections are left to him, he w''J.. ful aip.iiiary powerful and engine; thi u-se! p&hllJl: advance-Three Dollars per annum, if work. The title is aireiry| known to be
from Stone's Store i.IcaIng; or Four Dollars the
to \Vebbville. companion at
Department bend such as cannot fail Jfn
to succeed. end of A S. COLrJ'siIk
nelitving that the the-
establishment euiDistant i
>
of
.-48-4w. He also oilers them a subscribers
\ in ussnrtmeRt' (f paper to supply this deficiency IllUSWIl all cusesp. in advance. "\
L. M. might adduce y % 'l
.toneP.3I.> one dozes each.at the following'! Jlrice :_ claims to the Advertisements :; :56u er
and
For the 1st iwnero.sity pro inserted at the usual
assortment, g8: the 2r1 tection
gS of the military; : rates. The chet-rin
gentlemen :in r met
hich! it
TREASURY OFFICE, > i and for the Cd $yl 50. the 0111'cJuntry reception \
editor has ventured in this with, on its late 'he
p'lhheJ.ticfon
:
Jan. iGth Persons \b 110 order Grapes will be fur. M. Martlet.
1827. S rushed with direction prospectus, to make proposals, 'for the many('-,nectttle .'n-rmaf.j! i Iii: te| Ui.lteilStatvs
fur
ALL persons-- having_.m claims_ J -t'arhinst. :. .the The. collecton their 'otture. 'I publication of a weekly paper, to he --- --------- and< tl|.e siihvt-iMriul :ud it has already
-
. --- --- /lOSES --
a m. i crniory are iiouucu, mat before excreed. calleo theWESTPOINT. SKWTI..
-- -..., Letters for I rcceiicd, l..\ e tin.-; Editor: reason to
: they rr audited 500 NEL." Korehijii P
.1 ca' according to Jaw ; V.n..nIE'I'IES ; Ol'to.. hope tnt! she will not only' meet farther
vrill be necessary for the accounts to b ante of Should sufficient or the information ot those who ')tfction
: GJU/J\ JIOUVE fL-WTS encouragement be: [p)11t I pi; and cotirtesItomn Editors, but
he
:made out & certified ; if for services performed 1 has above ; held cut to him, all his own industry arability :;I letters m this Oflice dirccicd to foreign with support iron; tOe public generally.

as Judges of Elections, by the I 2,000 SPECIES assisted: by the kindness of seve port; the following extract from the Instructions It will contain four pa es royal quarto,
Clerk nfthe Election, that the services ;: roll gvMtlpiT'LMi I of of the
I literary clntvicler, will I I Postmaster General i is i and, be delivered to bscrijers every Satimiaj .

were duly performed and also by the somprising 20,000 Pots ; among which are be brought intothc_ field.to display a ban published. Letters have 1requentlbeeii at the price of tour dollars annum
all per
Clerk of the County Court that the upJ those .known as most beautiful and in. ncr v.irthy to be the rallying point, the: put in this oliice, \vhicfi not having the payable quarterly In advance.Its .

>ointment was duly made. If for services teresting.Catalogues pride & ornament' of the American postage Oil them paid, will never reach

as Clerk of Elections, to be certified ar may be had "rrnl,'. nf Politics; so far as they are of a army] the place of their dcstination.&ctrarl. contents will be, as heretofore
by two of the of the tile dillerent and personal I chiefly literary ; but there will be such
Judges Election Agents throughout the Union I partizau character, will be studiouslvavoided. .- 'If any letters are placed in fashions
notices of of
that the appointment was duly! mnde and ; and orders through of there Abstracts of - a Post-Oilier, to he other matters, of news,
any current nl1tsVi I sent to a
the services 'perfonn aI. All other or by mail he sea-port by ; of taste, of marriages, and of deaths,
ac- (paBt paid) will meet prcmn ; given regularly Mild fully military post, anclthenc.e by ship to some foreign
Sic.
as to render it vehicle of gencalinterest
I counU for service rcndcrd in either the attention. tactics and discoveries in the depart. place, the postage oh'suctt letter, for a

- Superior County Court, the certificate William Prince ments of science will be scduouslv distance as it is to be sucn and amusement.
col- conveyed
of the Pre.idingOfficer of the Court, that lected and announced in our columns'these must be paid at the place of by post., rH.. Persons residing at a distance
C. M.
of
.c th, ftf rumt jfi just and according to Law, of the Linnxa.o Society of PuiS with a general miscellany uf ; it: is not to be forwarded.receptionotherwise may forward J their subscriptions to the
}; Vill be required and the the Horticultural Society of london Joe- Editor '
; account tluJyreceipted try, urigi..al and select / paid.
and of YV.
the
biography Hasell
;i Imperial and Hunt .
or a power given to some fit Society of the, iicorgofilii :.mmginl ,
r10te
anf 1\,1J
at tiC trUt Washington City,June 13, 1826.
to sign the before Florence, &c. &c. an clllcrtamm'ent Qese1'hlli we; a.ll l'd .
person receipt, the Orders 'UI' I *juice, rcii.oa., OflfvT&6. lIbfcrintton I"N.1... rl.Jt ti.", -
money can be drawn from tire .Tr aSury.t received by\V. IlAsell Hunt ; age of our subscribers, and serviceable to -SNo
Agent for the establishment. ti the best interests of our -U.
Davis country.
i rla
Floyd .
4 The above Journal will be i issued week. I Noti e. ,
Terr. Treasurer. Noti Iy and comprise eight fl- ETTEUS administration on the e1'

te-iForthe Election in 1823. instead closely.pnnted on new pages, octavo, Jonathan Dearman } tate of THOMAS K. lltLL, late of thC

of the certificate of the Clerk of the ,_ ., LLpenons' who are indebted to and delivered to subscribers burgeois type, v8.\ C In Attachment. I County of Kscambia deceased, having
Court the certificate && the Clerk of at two dol EtTord Jones. D[ een granted to the the
Couuty of the Se- the County Conrt fir lars per annum, payable in J Subscriber, by
cretary of the Territory will be required. t he County of Escambia, are requested to two dollars and fifty cents if not advance, or VPN this case a Writ Attachment has h lion the County Court of said County i

07: The Editors of the East Florida Bake payment to Air. W. Hasell Hunt fore the expiration oft months.paid be. been issued and levied on certain cat. ill persons'having- deruaiuU against 5.Utl

Herald and fit* the Florida Intelligencer, irhpia! .duly autliorisedto receive all fees (ryAn communications ( tie of the said defendant, and a suit insti. estate are requested to present the same '

1rill gire the foregoing three insertions ip to this date, and receipt for the same. to.the above publication! post paid) relative tuted in the Superior Court for the Wes i mmediately und those indebted aredesir- I'

\ m,their respective papera, and forward .I. Crupper, reeled to DBK1CK VAN VEGHTRN may be die tern District of Florida. e d to make payment to i
!
-
their accounts ttierefor to the Adam \Yrm. Bell I
1'rcuucr.Oh. CJ:. Newburgb, Orange couity. New York.-- Gordon. A II
8 .. I'cctatCo1a 27111 Oct bcr 11, 1246A
Nor 1826, __ lIly. fIN' Pill. .I1dminilltrator. t

t PonaacoJa 6th Dec 1826 4O-Qt. Pensacola, 20th Nov. IS b.-58-St.ft '

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