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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: March 2, 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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1 0L. III. (Pr inc'pia, non homines.) PENSACQ1-A, 1..JID.yIAIlOI12, 1827. (Open to all parties : influenced by mmr.) No. 52.

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ri-Diinr.c WttnLY; BVHASSUi tIT from his ;place of residence to I i I Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, An act fur the tr:1nserinh' certain debts render him in open Court or deliver -

\; : HOTIT : give his or' her deposition, under That before any votes are received, of the. several Counties, to the Territory. him to the ministerial, officer

this law. the judges shall appoint: a clerk, of the Court
: F.nroH ATI PpopairrnRW. ; Be it enacted by the Governorand granting said writ, tit

'.:-- ./*U1t; Lcwf nf tfie Witf"l Mafc Sec. 2. And be it further enacted,'I and the said judges and clerk, Legislative Council of Ihe in which the suit is depending,
i.ii/ (// the Ttrrttury}'!orj That whenever either of the Territory Florida That from said principal
S::5-cjiPTioN Jr $55 par affirmation in (the following words of as
H.ilf"ir 3 ties in such suit, cause, action, or and after the passage: of this act, in cases of the surrender the
to wit I D. C. do
: solemnly
Quirler tear 1 50 proceeding, shall apply to<< any all the debts that have been contracted principal by special bail and at

4:<111! 'ripi'm piy.iMr: in alit Ih\nr{'. I Judge of a Court of the United swear. or affirm (at the case mayL and entered into by the the time of such delivery to the .
.\fvL.rrIt,4.---lvt'r: )' at-"l"iscI1H'nf! I ) that I will perform the dutiesof aforesaid
officer
States, in the District or Territoryof I several counties of this Territory he shall take his
width of column 1\.j ,
f:1t':> one :' nvasuunpH of the election clerkas
mere loan t velve lini-x of this typ,first the Uniied States, in which I judge (or from and in behalf of criminal receipt for the body, and file 1 it

i 1-1 r!I na +Uf (1!l.'u!! r.ii"i wrrkly roiitinn.my the'place for taking such testimony the case may be) according to proceedings and prosecutions, be with the Clerk of the Court, either

., "I '. C"MN ; h.tl.; .:.l wiilrr Phf' at be for duces law, and to the best of my abilities, and the of which, if done before the bond i
a ubfiana same transferred
may are hereby -
i '' .- dll"! t'..!e. Jlul .iiui lii'irp: work, and that I will studiously endeavor is forfeited shall
tecum. commanding the witness, and made of the Territorial dicharge the security -
/ |I"' t'r':'" t'-ir tic! first inq'rtinn A<)1- fraud deceit and a part -
\ ":r u:. 111 hefa'- ('forty rl .."lit,1.. therein to be named, to appear and to prevent abuse debt. from his undertaking
t
file of them, and .I will in conducting the same, which Massed December 27th 1826. .
; 'J: diur tit u.tfuro testify before the said Commissioner Sec. 2nd. Be it further enacted,
i '.:..:urcl l !.y n.ittiT jf tliis girt U pc. oath or aflirmation shall be administered Approved December 29th 1826:
or Commissioners, at the That the Treasurer of the Territo-
'< '"a iraF4.1 redu intti'vaK, (t.;>:,; i i.., nllt 1I1pl'n"wl'I.j" I by a judge or justice of thepeace An act respecting Depositions.Be .
time and place in the said subpoena ry'be authorized and
s + :- :j e ] f:<>1:1 tli- fi--t to the I empowered,
the of the it enacted
at opening polls, the
by Governorand
Ix-! ir: <*Ttiun) LMCIJ ii Rs'rtiU11! ui'l!'! 1..' ctiaiji- lobe stated, and also to bring or and it is hereby made his duty,
: but if no judge or justice of the Legislative Council of the TerritQry e
f' :i* .1 now jiUtrti truLMit.Vmniuts (ori
carry: with him or her, and produce :o examine all such debts when
-.1"1 .: ,tu.i: r ;.ay.\'!I lc :it\AMIM+ -i-t !nand.J peace should De present, he judges of Florida, That, from and
Commissioner:
to such presented and, if be and
or ,
they duly
lativrai contract will be made v. th ot the election are hereby autno- after the lit day of March next
t.)4> r.i-h .'i .T-vcrti f t.y the .Ytar. Commissioners, any paper, wri- properly certified, to audit and allow ,
in
rised and administer all suits t
empowered, to at common Law and ia
". J" ( \tlHlIH'lion, directed toV.. tingor written instrument, or book, the same against the Territory
I'.t.:r'l! Hili}', !'.t>t '.ht:::tcr, I'eueacola. will or other document suppused to b? the oath to each other, and to chancery, one justice of the peaceor

t p tltdp\i .itlvndc to. the clerk.! notary public, shall have full
in the possession or of such Sec.
-_- _--- J _. ILaws power Sec. 3. Be it further exacted, 3rd. Be further enacted, power and authority to take
witness: such Judge, being satisfied That any
no claim shall be allowed
; 0/V/j United ,5fate". That the election for Delegate to by deposition or depositions, to be
____ ,, ,,_ by thc affidavit of the person applying '** Treasurer, unless tne said read
:-=;-: -:::::- =-c-'-- -- -- -- Congress shall take plact- .. 1.' tin. as evidence in any suit or

Vt&'i'Z: : ." L"- '/'a ,. or otherwise, that thereis second Monday of May, eighteen claim shall be certified by the I suits within this Territory.
to believe that such
%rjiiiS,. fe: ,", : \ t. reason pa Judge of the Court before whom Sec.
:i' i" ., hundred and seven and a 2. Be it further
twenty enacted
!--- .. ..,.. ..... --r. 'lt. writing written instrument, the criminal
-.,.n' '"" X&7" "l : ,.' ', per like election shall take place every proceedings may Tha a Dedimus Po/r iaremissuing
t
k'. ....!->- ,-.-.. book, or other d< cument, is in the second thereafter.Sec. have been had, that the same is from the
thccaurtauthorizing taking
'..." ,.. ..-.1...<.. -. possession or power of the: witness, year reasonable and according to the -
iil" __ --. .i 4. Be it further enacted of such deposition, shall not be
,
and that the same if ,
produced
.:-''-'" I I fees allowed by law. And where
:ot: but all Justices
That of the
the votes shall be given necessary
) IE. would be and material by
.
o competent the services have not any fees allowed l. Peace of this
ballot! the Territory are hereby
at time and of
,
r place
;; evidence for the
\"" partY applyingthcrtfor for the same the Treasurer
,
--" -,.-= tnvf sted with full and authority
holding the election and the power
polls
.A4'
order the Clerk of
may shall not for such services
[PilnLta- N0. i.] I sl h.dllJe opened at eight o'clock in pay to take such deposition or
the Court, of which he is a Judge until the i is for
same provided
An art for the relief of the Indigent j Sufferer the and closed six by depositions.
morning at
isssue such tub dUCts ,
to ;i na tc- law.
by the hre at Alexandria.Ptt o'clock in the evening, when the Sec 3. Be it further enacted,
it enacted by the Senate and cum accordingly, and, if such wit- Sec. 4th. Be it further enacted, That whenever civil
cause
I votes shall be openly counted and any
Jfouftt 'of Representatives of the I Ii. ness, after being duly served with declared by the judgesSec. That any debt which may be hereafter may -depending ng in any court -

i.intcdSrtc: of America in Con- such bubpcna ducts tecum, shall i incurred of
j in any the Counties of this Territory, the court before
.cns fumbled, That the eum of fail to produce any such paper, 5. Be it further enacted, -of this! Territory, either forappreherding : whom the same may be dependingmay

thousand writing, written instrument, book, That where two or more ballots I
dollars
be and
twenty or trying prisoners affidavit being made of
upon
the is or other document, being in the a-e put in the box folded as one
same hereby, for their
appropriated, or support and mainle- the materiality of any witness, out
to be paid out of in the possession or power of such wit- ballot, they shall not be counted,
any money nancemw ail, shall be paid out of of this Territory, grant a commis-
and described in and when ballot contains the

such tub-
Treasury not other wise ness, any
appropri- any money in the Treasury of this sion for taking the deposition of

a'fd, for the relief of the indigentsufferers fi&na ducet tecumt before, and to name of more than one candidate, Territory. And it shall be the such witness which commissionmay

by the destructive fire in such Commissioner or Commissioners the ballot containing such names, I duty of the Jailor, Sheriff or he be directed to the Mayor of

the City of Alexandria] in the District at the lime and place in likewise shall not be counted. ministerial officer of the Court, any city, notary public, justice of

of Columbiato, be distributed such subpoena stated, such failure Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, to present his or their accounts the peace, or any two persons au

under the direction of the Mayor I being proved to the satisfaction of That it shall be the duty of the I te the Judge of the Superior Courtof thorised to administer an oath out r

and Common Council of the City I the said Judge) he may proceedto clerk under the direction of the : the District where such officer of court, or two or more persona

of Alexandria fur the immediate enforce obedience to the said I judges to provide a poll book in '
I { shall reside, and if the Judge find by name, who may be agreed upon

relief: of such class of sufierer, and process of ubfi&na ducen tecum; i which the names of all the voters the sa'i.e to be reasonable and ac-' by the parties litigant.Sec. .

for other or to punish the: disobedience, iit shall be hand in '
no purpose. registered, as they cording to the fees allowed by law, 4. Be it further enacted

,101lNV.. TAYLOTi, like manner as any Court of the : their ballots to the judges, whose he shall certify the same to the That whenever to
bpca erofthc House of Representatives.NA'IH'LMACO.V United States may do, in case of it shall be receive them I a party a cause
duty :o Treasurer of this Territory, who
shaH! lin vacation,file with the clerk
,
discbedience to a like process is- and to declare, in an audible voice : shall the H .
same.
President of the Senate par of courtwhere the cause is de
pro teir.poreApproved I a
:4th .Ian. 18:27.: sued by such Court ? and! when any 1 I to the cltrk, the name of the voter Sec. 5th. Be it further enacted, I pending, an affidavit of the matcriality f!

JOHN QUI CY ADAMS. such paper, writingwniien instrument 1I I after which, if i )is vote be lawful, That all acts and parts of a.ts, .I i of a witness out of this Ter-

["PUBLIC-'\I). 2.1 book, or other document, it shall be d"p' r.ited in a ballot passed by the Legislative Council ritcry the clerk shall issue a commission -
1
.\'I let to provide for taking evidence j in be produced to such Commissioner ,
II
box, to be prepared by the} judges of this Territory, inconsistent!: directed as above mentioned -
the of the United
Courts
States in
taI: rases.Bt cer- or Commissioners, he or they of he election. It shall also he with the provisions of this act. be, ; fur taking the deposition of

shall, at the cost of the PartY requiring the the clerk besides
it enacted by the Senate and duty'of to register aDd the same are hereby repealed. I such witness.Sec. .
the samecau"se to be madea the names of the different .
Jims c.fRc1.re'rntativc'a of teU 5. Be it further waded,
fair and correct copy thereof, or candidates in said poll book, and Passed January 17th 1827.
r.iied Stales of.dmerica in Congres8 That no notice to the opposite :
d of &j much thereof as stull he required after the ballots are counted to set Approved January 20th 1827.
,
assembled That be for
shall
whenever a Com- party necessary, pro-
r.tssion shall be issued, bv by either I of the parties ; down under each candidate's name, An act relative to Writs of Ne Exeat.: curing commission in either of
anytour I
Provided that r.o witness shall be Be it enacted by the Governor
:l h c number f'Or'S! he has received -
of the United aforesaid but such
t States, for ta* I the cases depo-
deemed guilty of contempt for disobeying after it and Council of the Territory -
which shall be the dutyof Legislative
lour} !; the lestimony ol a witness or sion shall not be read, on the trial
: any subpoena directed to the: judges and clerk to sign o Florida, T l Writs of
xiiincsses i of unless the .
at any place, within the such cause, opposite
United States, or the Territories him by virtue of this act, unless said pull book and deposit the jVe exeat shall not be granted, but party have reasonable notice of the

his fees for going to, returningfrom same in the office of the clerk of upon a bill filed and affidavit made
thereof, it shall be lawful for the j time and place of taking such de- .
and one day's attendance the truth of the allegations,
i at, the county. to
. Clerk of :: Court of the United osiion.
ny
P
the plact of examination, shall which being produced to the Court
States for the District or Territo- I : Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, Sec. 6. Br it further enacted,
be paid"or tendered to him at tne I in Term time, or to the Judge in
).y within which such place may be, That the following shall be the That the certificate or attestationof
time of the service of the 8ulJp na.1i vacation, he may grant or refuse
arui he ib hereby enjoined and required i form of the poll book. First, the I the person or persons taking
Approved January 24th. 1627. such writ, as to hint shall seem
upon the application of either name of the county and of the such depositions, purporting that
shall
and if he endorse
granted
of the parties in the suit, .1- poll shall be written at the head of just, he or they is or are of the -dei crip-
LAWS TLO3.IDA.: : thereon in what pena.ltybond
c:. use, action, or proceeding, in -=--_.- -=-- = -' the book, day of the month and and sectirirty shad be required lion aforesaid, shall be evidence of

*- ..ich such commission shall have' An act, to amend an art, entitled "an act date of the year. Second, the of the defendant. And a the -qualifications of such person

:,tea issued! his, her, o:their agent to provide for the election of a JJele names! of the voters. Third, the or persons to take such dtrposisition. -
issue in
writ of ne exeat may any
O.dgr.nls: to issue a 8ubp na or bate to Congress. names of the different candidates. .
where the Court of f chancery -
subpoenas for such: witness or wit- I Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Fourth, the number: of votes each cause Sec 7. DC ir fu.therenat d.
shall have concurrent jurisdiction -
febe! residingor being within Governor and Legislative Council has received.Sec. with a Court of Common That, when the testimony of any

the said District or Territory J of the Territory cf Florida, 8. Be it further enacted, Law and he shall also endorse person shall be necessary in any

as snail he named in the : 'hat the: judges of the county That, within ten days after the election of the securities and in civil iausedepending in any

!sad; commission, commanding courts of the xeapective counties, the judges of the same, the what name sum bond shall be requiredof court of this Territory, who shall s

such witness witnesses be and they are hereby, live at a greater distance from the
or to appear empowered shall enclose and seal up, undercover the complainant, and no writ of

and stsiify tdoreh Com- and directed to designate such of three envelopes, the certified exeat shall issue, until such place: of trial than fifty miles, or ,

miHiont'r or Commissioners, in places in their respective countiesfor return of .aid election, and ne bond shall be given by the complainant is bound on a voyage to sea, or is 't

sue: commission named, at a lilneald holding an election for Dele deliver the same to the sheriff of in the clerk's office from about to go out of the Territoryand

place in the subpoena to bee gate to Congress as they may the county, whose duty it shall be I wnence the writ i its to issue. Andin remain until after the trial of

s'et1, and if any witness, afteri judge best suited to the convenience to forward the same to the Governor stayed by said such cause, or i iA ancient or very

td' g duly' served with such ,IubICit.J of the citizens, by advertisement of the Territory, by the first writ case gf.r.r any exeat person shall think himself infirm, the deposition of such per

shall refuse or neglect to at least six weeks before the ; mail thereafter, or oy any other herself aggrieved, tie or son may be taken bent ec, before -

",,*H'UN or, after appearing: shall time appointed by law for said safe conveyance.Sec. she or bring suit on such bond, any judge l ,justice the peace,

election, at the places designatedfor may notary public, or mayor of a city
Jv.jse; ia testify, (not beingprivi- 9. Be it further enacted, and shall recover the damages

1 It' ;.:J from fifin r testimony,) holding said election! ; and theyare That the following be the form of sustained by such writ of nt exeat. by giving the opposite party rea-
further and directed sonable notice of the time and
refusal or neglect, being empowered ; enacted
sued the certificate, that shall accompany Sec. 2nd. Be further ,
satisfaction of to appoint three j judges of sttid i place of taking the same.
proved to the any the transcript from the poll That if the defendant shall go out

Juclg" of the Court whose Clerk election, any two of whom shall book, which shall make the return of the Territory, but shall return Sec. 8. Be it further enacted,

( such have to act at such places That if in any suit at
'tall have i issued subptcnu or power complete. before a personal 1 appearance shall, any party
:as they be appointed for, law in chancery, shall
thereon proceed may decree of common or
iulpccnas: he iaay \Ve the subscribers, judges of be necessary by any
10 floret obedience to the process, whose duty it shall be to receive shall be to make oath, that he or she verily believes -
Congress Court or necessary
election for to the ,
Delegate
an a
or to punish! the disobedience, in and count the voles which rmy be the ar.yorder of the Court, his or her claim or defence.

like Court of the : given at such place. Hut i( the held at in county perform (as the case may be) or a material
manner any of do hereby certify such his or her rem porary departure -
United of judges or all them, should neglect thereof depends on a single
Slates: may do in case any held shall not be considered a part ,
that at the said election at ,
to give notice of the aforementioned witness the court in term time, or
disotprd.ence process of:lub/1trna the aforementioned place A. B. mud breach of the condition of the bond. ,
1 electionin their respective the clerk in vacation, may award a
L< ttstif.car.dum, issued by such C. D. were candidates, and that Sec. 3rd. De it fttrtfie r enacted,

Court ; ..:1:1 l the witness orwjtnestes : counties, according to the for A. B.h is That whenever the defendant or commission Jo take the deposition .
there
in such cases, shall be allow- j provisions of this, act, then the number were of given defendants to the bill shall givesecure't of such witness, de dene cSSe% although k

rd the same compensation as is clerk of the county court for said votes that he or they will not depart he or she be not about to '

allowed to witnesses attending the I county, is hereby empowered and and for C. D. this number of the} Territory, the security depart the county, not under any

.
Cruets of the United States : pro- directed to give at least four weeks'notice votes. or by attorney, shall disability, the party in such case

\'Iat d, that no witness shall be of said election and to appoint (Signed) D. C. personally at time (before giving reasonable notice of the

j the of the tame, according Test J. R. Clerk R. S. have power any time and taking such dtp- .
-Quired to attend at any place out judges the bond shall be forfeited) to take place

01 the County in which he may i -to.. the provisions of this Passed 17lh Jan.20th 1821.Jatu 1827. the body of \hi principal and sur !f osi iotrl to the adierse p'\rty.'

Approved I .
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I Sec. ?. flc it further cnzctcd, be the direct avenue leading to anew yet't;:.on, w l : 1 : sel from Liverpool! 1 "may reach' nn appropriation for ofvcninj. ; and inproving -
.
Mona +ass:jo sooner than the I
inland I
Thaiif will be world and ofthe to nun | an ntv.attOn:
3ny shall produced to a portion every from S:
i ; to a"l'curi;! having jurisdiction in old. New districts: will be in the l\P c'st- ] I ; !cos pas>aio: could be reached by Mary's to Cape} Floruln) J and t.

the case of such will, for probale, settled, and new towns end communities terly winds ; vessel from his: port. I Appalachicola; through St. ant! front'

ta and any whncssor witnesses attesting ; spring into existence. A adccrsc to i.I The continuity Kingston (Jam.) Bay: to OhoctaxTOcIiiiV'li.is} } I i.tt. rely! s
"J f
the sanif, shall reside out o! part 1 bound tllrul.t, j the Nicaragua! ; Canal, fC'l1d"fS l it ;a Ions letter lo the Chairman; of f
. 1 the
I this Terriory, it shall be lawful will eeem to have approximated, be always fit I! ) ; favorably; situated l f for trading Committee: on Roads and (Tumfe

for such court to issue a commission A new impulse will be given itii: parallel : 1 I ith the Pacific ; and the communi- I which I it was reported.} : lvhsV'1tor ; t'.

! ; or commissions annexed to I to trade and manufactures, and \ rossm"1 the I once: established, the state of its[ i Mr. \\ lute makes it appear E I that j,
'
such will, and deleted to any notary : seas, seldom tra'eJ'sedby othEr1han Isthmus-of ) markets will readily be I I a line of interior communication: : Inay

Public, judge of a court of law, I the scientific adventurer or lei ua ntc \ i and British skill. and hater bt' opPIlPd ;pony the coa; uf 1'loci '

Mayor or justice of the PeaC, or I the hardy whaleman, will proudly from this } : will donbtle.ss reap the most im- bunt St.Ian.'s- to TOI h'lYl:: a (1'IStanee .1-

to such ether person or persons as, sustain the richly laden fleets ot! Mexican 1 1 benefits from the convenient I of five humlr((1 11nl ei/1'htv"

by the laws of th" country, where 'I commercial enterprise. Indeed we o\er not ) Anxious, 'therefore, that mIles, I by cutting short canal:, : fit.rlif.. I t

I such witness or witnesses may be may hope, that by this very facility she must run } own capitalists: and the enterpri ferent places, amounting in the w,0jp"}, 1

found, are duly authorised to ad 'intercourse: the blessings! of r Cuba i ; ;and 1 ; spirits of our own country, should I in length; to thirteen miles, at ;:a es':

minister oath, empowering him I civilization will} easily ICECD the Carribern ; I! their early and earnest; attention: timated cost offill! thnllsand clAlars!

or them 10 take and certify the at* : haunts of the! savage ; and the 'idolatry of the St. J t ; a Mexican: Canal, laic a door may I This communication continued to the r

testation of said witnessesto whom I ofthe pagan may the sooner aRul, and : opened to the Pacific at our veerreshold northern' vonjc. of South Carolina

such comenisbion shall be directed.If yield to the pure spirit of enlightened -, the former : by a foreign, company ; through the natural channels, whid!

the persons shall duly certify Chri tt3nit) It is matter be equally} I : not luivin? met ainoncr, the various already exist will afford an extent of

'i that the witness or witnesses personallY of kincert i prit'-ulation to us, I I bJ.lln.'ill'It' 1 '; '.n: have seen, trith a sin- I inland navigation; perhaps} unknown

1 appeared and made oath or that: JUr enierpvifcng; countrymtn t in the (latter! ? 1 ilJa! bearini even remotely upon} to any portion of the tt oih!. Connected

affirmation (as the case may be) oave e ob'aincd: the contract for e-i likefectinj .h'. exceed :: i:rent or importance: to this court with t the} Canal contemplate,

4 that the testator signed and} published ( i go a j junction of the two o- land P''t!: of ; I of, a Canal through Mexico, ;along throiijjh !Florida, the present prnert;
nearly, } tho I I is of
the writing annexed to such centss a.-id in the remarks we hall J e through; Florida, so completely an imp.I :rtanc r inferior to nor"

j cum na i:s i 0 P, as his 1 last will and offer, while we give the reasons dist.aicy; ;I'n) ISthi O"randenr! of the }JH"olIsI'.1 I al which has yet been presented: (1 to thtt !

". testament, and thai he or they subscribed that incline us to a preference & the l, l through Nicaragua ;lL.',orhe(, Amoiican people bhould! l it lie, car

: their names thereto in his elsewhere for a L'anal we must tively, is ': : I ''" ti'r_'liu" on this su 1.1eet-thtt: we ried into operation, its tlft i rts: "P"ll,

: presence and at his request, such candidly disclaim every frehng! mouth of the h certainly; been k d nndeisi.nedly) our commerce must }In? brnriici-! '

t, oath or affirmation shall have the short of the most arden tit.sire, I cous):>t' into ) ourexpected( limits.V'c.shall', f fiat As thcncal''+ t and hrs t 1 bailor: ] ,oil
t tLc t;:all'of ; : t this line of interior:
f same operation, and the will be recorded that the success of the pees tt u>ii .- } clo-o, with the expression communication*,

\ ; in like manner, as i if such dcrtaking may be the most rrpi* veutmeto : ; a f fervent: hope that indopendent of t offering the inducements of the necessary
that .
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1 state
\ ( and
:: capital
r ocith or affirmation had been made and complete.! We merely I think : : Clurtllvc lInv'et soo snpplipo1his l must become -
oninieiiof<<' : :: : :: 1 rite ,
in the court from whence the commission I hat two canals will be bettor : hail; tie 1 Florida: and Mexican: Canals i): [principal; depot i from which
f } rtli"' '; ( .d and in active the I productions of l Florida! I wl.ich{ ,
I > issu;'d.Sc. one and earnestly h'pe that a sc- } operation ar.
I union; of:the} ( l ( f 1 t annually in
10. Be it further cntiCidt f c.; lid opening; mV be made! nearer the trade; New-Orleans., the increasing Vi1 ami\vhich;
tl'' v.iters: !to :: : will he received l
1 i That when any tout: fission shallAcbr I] .r. Feeling in comnlOn, th I r.l'; :::' them 1 t : ; receptacle iud emporitnn of our ,. by this route, will h l-o
shipped '
cbtjined.! "<> take the depositionof ; with every Americana dut anxiety : !i \\careen er.uniry, may be by outs parke!" to the norm'
hawill\
I a iirj-r in 3'.uit depending; for in- wi-.fan: and iHCifasinprosperity'fi'ur : that, })r': { : !.. increased: thereby} -thit} ; our l and to Europe: } ; and should I it be t f true.+
] 1
: oven !
in of | !'t jrenernljy realize; the impracticable to cut ,i ship
of ranal
't any the courts this Territory own and!' may ;: ; across -
,
country naked! } and,) !
t the iff dcfc d ; > ; : ] +l j i Mihslnutial ] *t iastinji benefits A. the isthmus, the valuable;
were ply! or tl warmly t in favor of eve I scheme li jrru-
) r 'flriiMre} ho >
ducts
of the
: \\rest
t l ant in such u.t' rio.h! not resi"vithtn i :' l \at may possibly l lead to her iw i iy !! j at Peir.atola I ; may then j prove to the which now go |l/y
t the Te>ri"i priin-.rrv! c; 11.? } (:; I' |; IUtf'(1 Stntea, what; Kingston Jam. the circuitous and dangerous piiisa; ,
\ 'ry, or hat !h n orbbie ach-ancem. nf welu Trade ( ; ) R.
; l plJrpf'3f J v--1-: !
r \ :; : : l : : .1.1 fi'.n.itless I t ho round the Cape, will take the{ saiiUronr
J at: ar.orn-y within the same, I to ,kiiu a l Jt'tie: in'o! the probuU i ,. _'ovf. ,.. -; : I ; to Great Kritain.; Tiie :
: e.
>
r 1 *.t ?:"! notice of the time and ph ct'r position we shnil:l ielatm-ly otc'+- will! roM! '_- /''rr;1:1 .V'XncYork' -.nglllTer.0 already commenced completion: of the works '

1 ol '1;.inJ; touch oe.r-stion: can with oilier comir.rrcial nations I : : If'runiinprnvsnii'iits., I ) .-Public at- i in our nei ribor-!
"II"
tlie (
i bt'd : ( -sf; ; :! : }hoodwith those hero
t I 1 JI t.1 turn ihe pttson obattit: : ; especially with Great Briuin, w'll ,<11 l 1 )iI {having:; 1 ire'n for solo( time I will place Sa\ referred to

{ f su. :1 couintUaion, having .pubhs-! should! the ('nal be complete ufh"in I i iS !!' 'c".< d to tin great natural ild( "tH- mnali; as t.j _cnmmei-
(-) pytl" : : } I I cial] imp'irtanco, for in
i ed in some titwspajvr pr':% !l'd inliiis i I ..t the bite 1 proposed ; and u'h! oin. A-I'ii I I' ; I : 's p"'i-| :::d} by this cmultt*1 for in- of't11G South. advanceei'anvcity .
t ii
r f Territory, or in au adjoining !i same time, vll cndravor to pnin {fan. '. 'lll: pt. H :! I ;! ; .I t coat itiiprovt'incnt, by means of ca- I

1' Sta'.c, four weeks suc .t''Jun'ly, the out i some t'f the aci\2nu h" :- '" i'I' pt\-i.Lilv! I }be !; +l / {!II ; .;, orr readers will f find npnn, the J'/.iJm the .Yct-nrnz, ::.r F. r'J7r,.
rL time and I ( :,} ;: a l letter from Mr. U'hite : o>Ir.Viiite! the able Delegate I
place, when and wherwi! }j-jie I in
,
. 1-1 ; accrue [peculiarly to the I U- illusion, of! J! !: : ,
; i L.
j j The witij*s is to be examined, nited States, by having a waitcomn.unicE.ion -: I' !'i:1: tlf either ; : { ; !! ,j.' 1 e1(' ;.tl' in Con'.!1c;s from Florida) i Congress from FIorid J;1, I has revivedthe (I
fl' ,I ill.. Mercer } subject of the Florida
; and the name of the witness :o with the Pacific ;jlead I to the I chairman of tlu} Canal
t i 'He
r.t ether with the names of the j I /' ree 0:1 roads} find l canals s.vy.; that 0.:" Canal! would render
g ,
ul another :. It is well kn
par-
;fu '\t\> our :. ,, tics to the suit in v/hich such wi t- !hat\\ Congress have : uihorized the whence 1 ;: ; l j;| dev<:Iop''S more cle.'isly tan ;a- I us secure 1 from dan_' 't'r from the island

ness is to be examined, it shall .nii i }pnhlic dor.nnopt! we have v-t read of Cuba, let that island 1 I pass into
.
< of a certain cf F:ocarried! !
survey portion on \ (: ; : l : **
t be lawful for "j 1 -oiirce! : ; ;, of Florid! } and tiic1! t ta-: whose {hands; it may, and would
r.jay any plaintiff or rid\ d, with a view io opening i a ship! I with t the : : ; \ \ I open
, j i defondant as aforesnici to < ,, \\i:11: which (h.Ie'u. ; ; of canal) a navigation superseding[ the use of the
proceed i canal I i in the Gulf; I of 'Mexico, awd the China: : ;; ; I i
: to take depositions au'horistdby inr bo made to contribute to month: of Mississippi i i 1 E i ;tiro',!ctllr'r. The
fit-r!b! y avoiding i the present: exceedingly Ace.-A ves o >
r i the commi :'ion issuing fr"< "> < dangerous I Hiver; ,, ,,) I: } (' ueneial interests of the Fniol1.I I C-inal can be consinirrt-d; at a small
route across !:
: 'I the 'The [project of n canal: : the 1 expen>e, and tier no, 'nh'r benolit
court agreeably to law where I across
the i5ahama Banks and the the I i Tacjficat: } .1
;
; i pinions 1
than
i 'iin. nla of ] tii: one mentioned
Florid i
has for
f"$ the suit depends as aforevtid.d ht about > some : to result from
i of scientific i }
I men are hignly infavorot t: ; : I it it
would
t I sych depositions when taken, i,1': t its priicicabiiiiy3v.'hilst, its her (! ,: ; ; occupied} the ;attention, both aniiily compensate!1 for its

,. 1 be allowed to be read as evidence 1| great u. efiIl: sa must he srif which tile >: : 1 1 'nt ress and! I the I E public! ] The} vi 01'1 "ht. But its d-llects upon[ the 'r.m-

{ i Y' the same manner and uniier thf I ap- ;! into lsland.'c valuable! publication i of Mr.Vhite i I merrcofthe western river !general(
!p. lent 10 lie most cruinary empty : and
., like restrictions as if no ice had ity. Admitting then, that ths capac-Cahe I Th-s f 'hen.: tu I u.dyadd.j to the jmi-lie! mtonm.l-t ly upon the} 1 prosperity t : of thewestern

been personally served topposite nal liftwofiii the upon the s'lbjof't! but shuns (and States; would! according !o
upon finished
were in a manner his
t
adaptfd -
think statement xviiich i
rouclu.sively) the fidvautages; appears to heound
parties. I tic, and n,11;
i
to ; its
shipnavitatir.n; must
< and
+vll:; accrue to the [ reasonaL-Ie; be nlc dcukl
Sec. Be -
11. it }J.StaH's.fr1I1 -
further enacted, obvious advcntaires be confined course r : ;! I I
sly honeticial.
That if I miles con: .tni'-tion: ; and that at tnfliirj 'To avoid the dangerous -
or -i ivcs
any
person !
!
persons l merely to this portion of our com-:: (' :(, and by vi horts the i i navigation; tiie Gulf Stream
> cuts 4
\\t- shall .give a notice to lake a drpoor }hmuiicd : : ry ; I ,
merce-to vessels iVr 1 and
trading to N { Florida to
of a
:
uith open communication
all i iis
t whiu
t .
that
u or dspositions, and! :shall fail could he } :
Orleans I
, and 1 valUa-1 shall I
: to take to ocr s along either of'sEh products, inny) be opened I.Id: defiance; to the cncronciinu -
or cause the bt ;a !
same to ;
;t hore ol f I Inc Gulf of :MexicoVe : nis ;and
.it ve of injuries of l
en'erprizo our citi/en foreign
taken the and } enti -
I party notified I if richily i
attending
( ( i
Numbly hope atd ;
net
as There inuare of tI}
great 1
,0 th'r! is one point of view hi (:/H'dohj'cts: 'tf t'je'
jjjrveabiy) to the noi cr these : reason : !: I
1 shall: be entitled to receive fi,u; advantages mus ir.eviiably! of %a Mexican; ; ; ; i }! }! ill. canal: across .Floridi is at I highest!; magnitude! and! ikverviic',
th e.c would 1 have them sli'i!t t'rC atJO- time even at the
rill for e"t'r.\' n.jle i I :hat i,e BI t t!rlant t'01; \'1+1 1t I partiruiarlv! IIlf epjstinfr to prC'--0.11t rr.Jr.itlt of icriij."'-
ra'Ct'ssariv! Iran in /-e would have them relt.tcl'! that 'vould I'.illed;! } flat":. If the canal: is rary 'L-priasIiiii, ;( and: txittiistinn; i i.tr
!
tr''in to am; ) ; I ,
sr.ie I diffusive and be ,
r to more t .i- our rl'v"J\lH.' the
and
returning from fie place as,' nee I::I lalilS: ul i'the: : : ; ( ; nridc as it onirlit; to be, llltjJi.irmuuli.f. ; :
:
nciveiy the nation { and
IVitby di
at larg- (: clltIy deep for( : ;iir <;ctu.lp.uronag 1 .
to take the deposition ; which: ;i c se:' l coas vessels]
0: : {
dept 131- \ ti>nal lla'n u.' ) 'lllit'o l _
through t u- ? tiirounh it from -17 '__. _
lions, to be.aliowd hy he C., dilir}; id'vro. : pa, the Gulf of
.
Tenuantepec, in connect-; ;Irl1 !to ills Aii-mtic 1'i't., "\ "
and I '
where the sui IB depending I i and with ori'- through! Florida would the i'.ilrima-: ;; + !! !. ;a.s near ., t' .:,\ I,r"I'J l t ) .If.. .i]', '.,
for which ex l.u".ion Kerfs rilld Kl: mnv <' on ;n line! from Vasca ,sos .--
tnUissue -- --
: ) :
according doubs-) yield; to the manufacturing r } i : \, in the Gulf, to tier St. John's
to la ; -
/ VJec, iua the pose takiii" : } I
,
.
id
cr'mm.cial spirit cfcciltltrye our :' iu the 1 Of''t..
provi-uns 1n.1' se :hlh shall thinlv v.-:ill not : i I rear Augustine, the l -K1
not peculiar and immense ] of t .
be aOvan'.ages % Cuba, about; the occupation _
extended to any c.:se, where the l portaul { ; : : ; .
failure to tak the ; and we feel assuredthat naysSriw : which: so much} of late has been
deposition
or a Canal] at this pot IS not only.practicable \l and! written, and the ,' ossion
-positons| arises from the ff'on.attend ;:idvant\ii.s: ; I po ;

mC'e of the witness or witness ] ou* have reason to bt- (from the [)rI ; xvhich has bctn: by some editors,

lieve that the Mexican Government ion with the ;ltf'd to he ajustlibblc: cause Oh'tsar
cs, or any unavoidable! : : ; ,
cause a'IJ!
1
are truly e anxious to have' tht Florida. I hu! !made of comparalhely small}
the (
;
I outh of the P .fly shall be ad- : :
m.ssuS> to enable such at:* mpt made, having some tim our country to the ( 'nit ell} States.

party to since invited proposals for this } products of Florida!
obtain: tae; bt':(* fit of this hii! ;and !! ) { : are the same
p".J'iso.
Sec. J 12. And be special obj:'ct" So flr{ : as we can re American; ; f those of Cuba} ; ; ;and coasting vcs- .

X further enacted, coHecJjhaving no work affording will by passing } FRID.AV, MAKfH 2, 1 1F';. :
Tild' ail' such I an any. tlJiit. }lia! through the con i ------ -
actaor If I ------
.IS parts 1 1regu'atint c a ctsi I accurate description of the country tion with l : I : ) canal, bo no longer obliged
r
ihe 'crife
takif' uf : stiii '.
r depositions I lCU;
-
as are inconsistent a: hand to refer to. we thinn. t this} kind i l ; it } sweep the COlsts; of Cuha,ekuse(1} .
withprovisions tin -- ----- -=-- -----'-
t the plan considered the most feasible facility: in capture or the dangers of -
of this act be ship l." :'' nf {.,,: l'i lr.j Miles.-Kv con-
same are udJll' is the one proposing :o unite ct and a ek on the keys and sand-bars ot I i.I mi'urtnv ihf pnhlication of the li: +\:.

i! Passed 30th hereby Dec.repealed. the Rio Hausecualco on tle .Mexi ni.shiri r '(! ; Florida.! The 1 insurance com- tl l .--l at In- >tv<.:ul Seion 01 tlie >n''--

1826. can Gulf, with the waters of the portant ; : estimate the hst i item alone at teunth; Gil"rtsh"rts, u. tfie: 1.llltCtiiltl3.

t -i-- Appruved"I"3rd<"_Jan." 1827.. 'I'ellualltc;('c, which disembogue chant i and ; ;mOll of dollar per annum. Lfin-i ttf riariiLt.Vi- the P"1'

, \QAlfAt 9 into the Pacific. Supposing: the B1 rit;.in, ; ; I If Congress would, at their pn'-I i lioafiini ;,(the I.a."f the! I.'iff S--' ,.1

,. --- -- -.' = i Canals through Florida and the this head, ( session, make; an appropriation1[ 1 I t ] r...,,1.d.l. tt\.'. Cnrf il: ion! !trll or'I.Hnl' .;'" '
J
: ;
; rDIll i the .'
t. Charleston S.Mercury. Isthmus of Tt"hu-ntepec, were fully present-will the canal; for no time otiL'ht} to be'I' *\ I p:,, ,Inn ofr Reflection on a Canal Coma ] in I i\\ohm-- jMii V vi!, all ol" \ hid4i.H'l'!
tea-
tion befwctn the Atlantic nlln l completed for the purpose of ble 0 ; coiiinioncing; so useful a public'j I'I oht.iiiit"! 'vrnv! l'(jif''t.. ;:rv :,.::'ttt:1'
,
Pacific Ocean. and the ship navigation, we next proceed a speedy 1 + :and : : t and, would( r.t the same till1l'] i':
.r The to examine wherein our commerce her 1'ibric.i- s, t !, } 'iiafir( the speedy t adjit.-tinont ofl 'ham tor .1 III'r:: ,.f ilun.rllut ar'.*> anl

Atlantic grand project uniting the would be more essentially benefitted i; likely1i ]; d title:', in that: Territory, w> have| i I trust th.Mw ,(,;.'1 I.e ab!!.- to funr-n; our

and Pacific Oceans, se ted than by wn; strain hesitation in stating, that:**: I'lurid : 1 I\b"'ri"e v.It.j alt of tlmncttLlterlat
the
:1: length in a fair { using Canal of Nicaragua i- ; ., Jawc, ""Onp.r thH1+ ttt'' tool! otht:'\ti C i:"t
way o being and it will sacrifice ltil in a very short period be
lenjpted with alto ; readily' strike to 1 them.
a spirit .
subdue likely the most superficial observer, tha: maintain a ; a most vrihnMf; member; of the -
every obstacle
lie opposed to the skill, that nayter the first and greatest advantage recent! deracy.-"U'ith the increase of I pC8-t'ttl ption { iILc.

f pnzr of this and c n would be the convenient locationof that her t population would cease tIC] fear Tin.loltouiiiu IH OIS art'Jfpculiar; in"-

It were useless wonderworking age. the Mexican Canal. An ordinary national ; hostile acts and depredations} ]by': rest tl our (Viriuli hi i the country ; and '*

perhaps, for us i to voyage from this to Can on this very! [ Indians, \\ !Jo are vet very numer t glees u< ]IUU;UM lhat we are ai: lc t dH>
indulge much in port thi'in to the '.hrolth me-1!: )f
sanguine in that jutulv. (tie
specula- ton, might then be performed orally, I look Territory: Butwnt} is ,
tions h't.n
near ( ) have
as to the vast and out pruif. As the lm: , ad : various !ly as soon, as an ordinary voyage as likely to ; more importance-our dependence ostpoac until tin l :-Sid ;1t!r.nlI C <>f< .nrlrl :.
amazes that
1:4 world will result to the from hence to the Baltic and to venient depot : the island of Cuba for sugar and 1 ,I text:1I1I, f eourpC'. flur cla unilr; then.,'"t
;
generally, from the full com1 illustrate more from whence : e(, and our t fairs; lest that is! md l of pre cifiptiim of tin\ laud asuit. *!'.!-,'"*''" fllr
1 fully will 1[
pi .ui. .'I t.-.i gigan'ic under tek- pose a vessel bound we sup times and change its present masters : ;: : .' ,it that time.niiist prov'- rwi: 'iilt'thf I.j"
for instance first luth.lrc an- 'N
ing, aifchvd II .Monday of troll n
as we are, that it from plies i lastly, (for wo are desirous + ilt'I
Charleston
as fid 't-.iu
must be diffusive, to the Pacific, and lJt that many \ lit tilld l ihethpsi J1f1 ,
of great an-?' I we venture to assert that in fa uses, and I as possible, to direct; tIle? pub-! I !('ne t:, 1t1iV11ltA'','
countless benefits j but the subject the greater number ,of by she* icans ; and } attention to this subject i ) a canal in ; t', ulr_..orve with{ wli.it. ,ilit'I\: .-.i p.k",
is replete with cases, gate atlciuls to tfiinr \\iiu: !; ;* !""\
fascinating borders ( heinc every ; >
interest would reach the of the a Territory of"tij-, ; (U- : -
the Pacific through any heaiin-j; o.i iiio iator.'Sts or" his o"1luiits ;
i prospect swells in inhabitants tff : States is_free of all <
Gunstitt.ion '
rising the Canal in question sooner ; Ilit \ve n'-r..t ,'.'.(n'...: Iy tirt| |
,
grandeur I .
L; upon the mental view, I than she would make the the Pacific } objections. '* .tfurii' nc. in l iot rlt' shi! ) tul c<"""*'\ t'r

and we cannot turn from the i invit- for requisite I and we From the Pf"IH't-\ t > n- .--st nr, that tii: SCilrti'atlclir t'{,'.. h l |
Easting running through the most Saranr.ithMr. (()"!';'! ,
lug scene without I :': the luvernlne:If, Iv Iorl'-
of folowing the direct channels, by which she could l saying, 1 White, Delegate; from I londa, 1 "IOMIr.ti.tV I l by th claims, than they Wl'lt.
example others, and throwing reach the lence introduced a resolution( in the rufiilii corl
Rio [
f. t. St. Juans, namely, : to-or that: n 11\' one should (
'p our humble mite into the scale of through the Crooked Island or Caicos '. of Representatives, early in that the ]>ro-omitioit[ bill TQtibed ttif 1.0 I .' f
The of two ruillionj .." If Ci':'er *'
reasonable of uollar -
probabilities. It session "
will present
and for 1fro1losln an in-
the
truth
passages ; of this 0
( r as- these mlld:1'!
near Sullivan's into are fact, tln-y oue! t t<> be i
the expediency of mr.L'ng t ; ,
r'' I. jan Iltii (hfv ue Ji 't' >,. \\ 1:1,7
f fa




,
kN
,



.sncli fal'C.hoo.ls! ousrht to bV.IIE'.GTti ( :,I that although tiio provi-i 3ors of tb, y.7' '; C/ak: -.-?.y Oit p..litme* r>f our and that the approar'iing! sl's ion woulrl ly discharging 11i s duty ; tr.d it I ic not (o t.!

e1 plltPd. !I I It iK-lfjjute :h.r.e lately received a of produce what would blast the his the
ection allow as a maximum to eachpersm copy hopes of presumed, people will b? to unmindful

\ F.l. 2nd, 1S27. 1 t entilled to a pre-emption) who [ ".-I Hill to jiroriilffur the rid of flnims toIfrL''S friends And i is it this famous specimen of their own advantage, as not :*> ir-Cieot

DI\R Sin-Thoin .'.!.liiers ofKeckv the ill the Slates of Jfis.wuri.r.tII1Jft, of fine composition and correct Legislation hi'a- JUSTICE.
Inhe settled on the mo quarter: ..1 1 '-!'/an,1 inn Jlis. i"' ipfii. (lii:! in thr Tt rri- that the'e boasters hne hi ought forth'
fi tc.chlij: the! .
'lnni 1
A '
r : I section ; additionto t'-ne:: nfAi-hnnsas tinl KI.OJI\. in the ."'
411p.Ht one qmrter! section : Cu.s< t I Mantespartiiriunt. natritur ridiculous I.IVRES FRANCAI3.Monsieur .
.nisi; Ihimh; IMVO; c 'i11pL ,n'd i :\-rrci'i: -; '
JV il a poition[ of the q.iarter: or fractional .i/7i /{/'which, wasie'orted. r.',ul mils A. L. Boimare. libraire i 1 h
tli1 represent.ition of S'IIK >n iMI ; and passed to a. end xeadins: in tie! Senat s. much ofth? tnoriil as relates to the IS'euTcllr-Orledns
I section on wh'ch he i is settl.'.i!, yet recemment de rei.-ui
;- ui t-e; t'nited Slates >, tn2lth.Ian.: Indian*, should have bef-u addressed to the
eutntivoht
Florida their d'un
; France
to Kfjjn I en vient de
it doc vojage noirf failej)3Sfer
follow that in
:I' nor necessarily -U o hav.' only room I4a sjTviisis of its P>.ident and not to Congte and it has I Ie (:'aUlouc
the Gov, gnraI des Li
':'.% and thr >ir/h him! to rn- vres qu'ia
"
Ci.n'ents.
every possible case, the Register and been already daO'! \It in our celmuns that rajeortE; de ce pajs ou la literature ets
it, tlut a l.uiifr portion of land S..c. flN; 1. Provides far the ; the
Tfl4l Receiver would be justifiable in allt wiin appolntril application for H stand of arum shouldiiave I le s sciences contmuent iyarde Je rang quit
: their: ivnnl-.l be covorc'dby 'I 01 II.K ( 'mnmn bI n. one Law A"ent j been made to iW War
tlt ur.'iTU entries for the maximum (lLldfltitV.t ,. I am secretary ; l hM Con. ul.".!. HJICI>VOLTAIRE, RutsAU ,
<>.t { ,'rk. t0 constitute a commission fur autmt if the Illtm'rou1i1itia officers of
uio claims: of those ir.vlf-r: the pn'mIfi.n t t-rFI>". Ie: I..U.A."DJ. LAI'L.\Cll, Cu-
On this I think has
the
subject, act tnjKitp.i'S; nf: thcaO.Sf.cri IMwi-.la (by the way we behove thorc ore Y1ERlIAirLu1SZERFLRcRy

.' act, than they were entitled l invested the Renter! and Rercivorwith 'IN :. Hiiiicts that records &c. dnlv none in this quarter Inflow Mijors !) had ccminent TH!XARD f'1 ; tout re-
un graud uouibre
:(t. I It .occurred, [ t.) mp, tint some discretionary power-, which will pr.iv d i oiTojiu-s; thoifof in po>iie>->iiin of a- done their} duty and enabled! the Secretaiy d'autre, lui out fait prcndrr.

4i1;'.t't ml1tI t on: the constnruon uy .n-I CO\Q11.i'lwrs' li.il! !h deliveredover' \ to put f.i tlie vord Tluii.l.t somrthipg moietimn II
nud 'ht in et de no
ou gene: dly to be exercised peu hommesdistingu j, eudt
"
: \L.t of tho; ari which allows 1 t :t1i is cuimnisstnii: and received as ev- tho U"t'. No return, in the reportof I ceux tint
I : put : fvor:: of tILe settlor: and allow to him : ide'i.v. of the qui dejiHtes prctcntiorx a le
rJ. .- I'.vo nru cttlrd on onr apportionment arras to ?Militia ,Ievf' ir. pour qui la l.ingnr fran ai"I' solr
quarter Ithe m\imum law. >KCTi-v ,? diiect.s t'le
to
; granted by yet : Secretary appoint no niemorialiriu on this subject would 1 tout-a-f.iit ftrangere; it parmi cclles d,
rh to hive fl1 h'r quarter in ailihr -, I'there conceivable n.ie Airent for ret,'ivinir and reglster-; have betMi iiececsarv.
are many casesl i if nos jeunes amcricaiues dont 1'cdncation aetc
:iji ?t) his! of lint on which horoi l I inc! claims for each of the Slates or Territorie The Legislators have increased the
;piii f I where the officei ? may; ht ju-stififd in power soigiiLe. on en reitcontic rarcment qui
.!k d ; nJ with ih', vio-.v of rsrrr.amj lci" .: ) mentioned anSI! points out the dutie* and consequence of trie Cnunty Courts, a'aioit acni.s: 00 qui ne *c d'ac-
: certificates forth'.s proposent
rt l fti-ini' to ;I;:t t of thre Agents: who are to he allowed and we think that in the course of Mie "
year ( la connais-ance
whether thtr.e; w..s rny: con- } : mnI1lHJI1.: : I I three dollars! for each claim docketed, to be they il!! have had "11licil1"idencc r'fthe juerir oiTrons deccttelangue.Nons .

rari* uf opii.ion; hy thC wlioM [ aid contingent tX'I"!. folly ofextrnuing a no* concitoyciis et d non
y I encloso for Your information a ropy ; tiiejurisdictio- Courts roncitoyennes de l'ensacole dr les mettreanncmc
i j. .' S.-.ormv: 4, 1 It is to fix th" davs; of session: which: (in of the
nlf, or twxf(' \vintsnjiy: it to con- (!the ;truction5 u-ven; to the Regisii'jtS consequence inability of-i de parcourir; le catalogue de Mr.
i" tue difl 'r' '1' fiat, .m/i Ti ritoi ies, and the Territory to giv sntlicient salariesto I
-lnio: hf 1 11W, I c'onalwJ! 1 !<>o rom- Ht'ir1lltier t tho act of t the I Boimare et par la nons nous fl.tttous derespoirdcconcoisriraleuragr
: j dtreels the M.iiiils! to attf ::1-1. :I''mt' the servjre'" nf men of talents) art'nhst

j :iaef; s, i iH tIP! Si:27f* ;7l1d(] HOUM?, '2 id of April, IS 2(1( (fc in nd.uion! to the I I Srf rinx "). (Jjves j tie! Commissioners powj of them presided over hy inca of no qu' a leur titilit Nous Iciir ment autaut nus.

.;'24! wrot to th* ( '
< ; tlie:' location lo entire !leg II quaner s'ctions 4 I que pour nous, atuc tennes. plus uvantagetiv
C nisi'tu'r-. at their *csson> in the seej ficicnt to try more than twice the number I
in I'HJ : that whi.'re r lesouvragei dont les titres
e icnr oyi'iion, : t auront Ie
fractionil, } sections I rM''r
or ) j ral} Mates; aulnitories| to claims not exJ of suits tint lave ever eii>ted in ollrrt'rri-1 I plus! Jlntt leur
j Icurgont, 011 qui semblerontpropresalc
1ra urc oil.. .M ("j i i '.ri t';' v' cticn( /tllif I :von to the }provision* of t (th l 1 Nt '.1'111'1i J feeding! 1 I'.l.os:).') rn-r-':. !ory ; even if, ich were limited to three or l clairer dans leurs professions.Le .

i i- 1.! !' hj\"h.t'
I iMMJirjv.imle! qiHiter.! The Ctiin1 l lo, and to this construction( of tip-! | \\ .-hI1'II' i'.::.'. f'>r tipuipo: ; ;." of hearj are gLut t.iat the article published in ou tacticien, 1'architecte, le natnrali .
j 1:12 all r.i : 'al L 1 Oi- ;; 1'a riculteur le hotulli
Ji\Jl1t'r: ; < iuj < t'l!? 1:1 / thi fIR will adhere until it be te. H'. le chi
act < () e ( : *:i.it,: .;il s.if'i! rliinmar i -jjijtercd j on or ledge of t'i?: writer, that when tin-subject: of
le Torateur
miste. !
j ioi"rin. le (tramrnairien.
.
-
ilcf; conr<\:. tliv; pat, but speaks: o! other\vsO; V'ted law. i br.f rithJi..ld, ., .i"l1. the curtailm-Mi
f '
: pr( by ; ( n ill u.1 ; by the LI'i..IaCl'licill: i iof le m<,raltr.. les pores dp famille et

r.uut: c')1 \"ll.le c1'' i in which} \Yiih.; ". ,'); respect!, ?. :.', ; S v. .''1..l-I,-..' I.if tii. . of t tin'hli the duties of the Marshal; of t f lln United i tons crux qui s'occnpentde lYducation et de

i: mill: lu rt.fa cd.: I fnv: t afti-r I Your U h'l. Ser 't. .'- :: "..' ni": -. "I the dcmv.id of t:1L: w.. Strito> was pM-s nted to I tit" .!it liciary; Committee 1 rin-tiucti'in de lajeune.sse. jeunes-gen

\'.' j'tiuL. .. ,'f tru- claimant to in "
T:1 0: or I Cnngrc .s- they uianimoiislyexpressed : I ,
-- qui cn l\"Cnt -iet"
:'ovunln-iiion: of that c f.'tijjllf tin: deja assez pour appr
uco. Uraliam.II c.tue a .J urv tft hr ir. ;nIII.Ied: for the trial their surprise that the Legislative: les boone
avantHges d'un1 education et qvieprouvent
l i w coiroivc5Uh 1 i ov. jf it .shouhlvx'of of : Council should have !
cbntested I fa' t Is.Strri undertaken to deprive
-
:n. Josnrii :M. YUIITI:. any le d sir de perft-ctionner la leur
: ; huttwr, he <]r--.J](; thai theiisT : ('\ 0. Directs {!! comni>slonrrs: to the Superior Courts of the services of -ceux enfin qui nauraicnt poor ot jet que

*: (!iioM t'ttr.I 1 \ should bo (X- Cic.vniML; L \"') 0 FJn:, 713th arrange the clttillH iut) three! di:>tmct classes: the Marshals in any case whatever, considering d employer leur terns a. la lecture des ou-

lbf! $ I lsT.Al!I c.ises in which the title oft.'ie claim- the law ..13'it originally stood, as 'I soil I
.*jci>ed in 1{i vor of tic .rtilrrs"-J I July, vrages s rieux, smut Icgcrs, mais tou
tillf i" ..I>IIIHM! | i1h"oillll'-:. tli.>'- in ullcently: explicit: on the subject". as this I
the eolJT I HrvTLnME.\-Your )loiter: of tit* momux instrnctif ot anusanti, pourronttrcwivcr
' ):u\o be M censured fur plira) < whicl iIt- js but in has been much!
i id' ( r-jected: whi; h the subject misrepresented in dan le de Mr Boiinars
\ of this. I Ir.v'. Those who condemn( I 13th ofJ 111!,', addressed! to ibis 0 mri r-"I llIIi."iql.i .o,-.- "hall: certify th.it th-ie are the Territory and it is time that it was cor ce qui Icur a uvent catalogue manqti et ce qu'ils ?r,

? |joiild recoHc'Cf! tli'U the Hw I first I ;r.nl: th.it of the Receiver, addressed lo t: cei tain ('''Iita!):' riicnm-tariccs, which shallI rt'ctly1l drs:out!.-I It has been the I ;practice i' f Iiciterontd'a; ,'oir acquis s'lU prof.ttent de

prepared was expIiiMfnHl jilt had h,11) i the Sl'cdan- the Treasury, have: 1 I > j>'iriif'in'-Iv: : v..11 -1 1, ui-.idi! in liu-ir Oifll. of certain persons to make every act of Congress fa-'ilitcs qui leur sontotfertesen ce moment. 1
"ni. enJa'.v; ilic lo !tic favorable inf'nrp.Hlon I in relation to Fbi ida. exclusively the
f- unant
L'- nombre des ;
and I 1 I
;.sso ; of ( '0:;;,'<': .nd I':3rd, 1 I h'e act of our Delegate, wh 'u vvoikiug upon aVOn. rcims est limite '
nouiit
trop qu'il
". }' in its construction. It w.is, }howevc |I the Secretly of then1hI.et1rv f :. tl) injfonn :v.S" i;! \\ }';"]11 .:-julc: uf t'i' ( claimant: i isr : thoe with; like interest ; it happens tocome ? possible d'en distribuer; cependant pour noti*-

; so nint ruled, as to 1oe in 5r-ne YH: n.. th-st. the P'VMU'.S el. liuilii-: : i I .':-.J'-il i io\ tie '-." Minir-i'inors a!"v'!htcly, in collision.and to diminisli: : theinetiis {'loutront :les pr lcr gratis aux personne

! :;:easinv! IN original form f Jc I w is .I-id i ;1\-f'lill,1.I! -* III Florida l ll.j;) ':. tI I I:I and I i in \\';:1(11:! t:. r' .i iv (1 uitrt,11': "IrcUl I- (,' his exertions: where they are souuivsrsaily qui esprimerontle dcsir de It? parcourir .

!, fr! I i *i.'n'i ". whi??:. i I i :!!.i' "Mi'ji >ii of (llii- roinii.M"i serviceable as net to find an opponent. ."t it aura rlp rt-
\' t' "ct": C.'J'i/nss must :; lesnne y toujours un exemplaire
If
'o gct it inmy shape. :;IoI a. ;;1J:;':f'' j j, j.y '
, .. ,I '; ) -fv-, f: .: ii't\ -..ItI'; tin-pi: ?" tl-e I l laorat. It would be superfluous after all that: catalogue a In disposition de ceux qui von

, /itive been oe! >troyu i in ;.tny: device I tiv.H I I| : iuca-liat: t' .ije; ra''j' of si- 2.) j I." !I .:i: pll : : ';1 ,,; 'Oil::"'".".:' !has been published wi >i-is abject, f for d'r,itt le eon uh'r d la librarie Iu liroprict.iire -

; iiurt I ...:; '.. :,1. the .,..,.., < I':..'.I'1'-'tl7' 'h'-ir 1'I I > lv ; ..' extend thi, tide
ohir rjv i; \\ i 1\\ at Ivast ; no on", I. !I t. ; v \i- > 5 -pp"i> to thr SilI us to ai by Huti.ingalii de cctw Gazette.

:t.tli'jj, I h INC us Jwl.t. >.I\T many: v. ,| !i rv for'; die .1'11/(.. .'*!:::; t-ucti l'l'"I i.t'v.indei i. I.I| p iri-j '.,"rt oi'tn*' I'. ifdi-maudcd'd vi i,hmm the absurdities, inconsistencies, and folliesofthe.Mjmori.il : I I -",- .4iII'r___ J
'
; 1 '\- forI 1 suince it to *.;n'. that f W'
daynJ
I ou i ivi.igsccuiity ;
I f tale
ihf ,f
f..,'nly fro.n I I)1isele' an-i ; : : ( In pr'-.III. L t I OtT1ZRZ
pinnrv, I
wit oMal
I I c t= bekeve it W1I < framed ; pe: motive;
}i I"l'r! -s distress. I d:u not know I Iwh.1 I s.ron of t the 1 1 nci.r.f. i :" l.i, Thoai 1 of d-.- 1 I :rCT!"'" I H.I Provides: that claimants oft aiid for the purpose of I btn." u-i-fi CoUlt: anyto I r.J :I'-In ri; City, o:i iIP 8th r ..Lrmarv.
"
-:.,-->5. .I|ail.; ,-xr 'pt in cases ot' the intention of some whowfed for itfor. I! WI.TT\M lit.: K. rr.I", of Belfast,

;f:'; or T}IH'.r llh..'' hav: jriven on this:: i fllr1wl'! : rivi ion f iI' ;;w SI'! .)I f ic" ;I.;....:" ... .'! -,:kl 1 1'1 g :.-: -. from the I l.. ap-I in j justice to our 'IVnitory.i we oxprt si'ir Main<>. aged -3 ,.('au. \lr. Hid nell was

'Ii'r' 'I1*, "piritlfi"i; if thirty davy, and bclir f that, hat the objects of it btenfuly employed at theavy"iard near this pIa('",
I jj'iMic I'tn'i. Jiivl iK1. Mit'tpnu t j jj ,
; and J d] ) not intend to iU'rf'I'Cib ? ', rri"irf; ; .
IIbilt .1' ii aa .Mast"r Mason, and for correct d -
i l t\\ uli'aiii ; und j i o Mspi: \ :'( on t' >p< < a )JIHI Cii by more
wit: ] their d'-.ties: : ;it ail firiher than! : :o.Vpliin :!i ':ive tli" p 1.-1'_ nl! the net f,f l.-'J'; ). I : portiiieut 'md amiable mann ers. wa; highly
: II ; ':it II'-;; tliith"r; : .Iaim>. -l''i: :; aLo be have had! tin- honor of iccordhig:
!. .1.1".1! ,' "t.t ,'.f"s. 'il. tie :'t ,. :., ; o teemed and beloved, by all those connected
( : : :
( and expound my own pnbln I : t 1".1, :l"d lo rr.-C'-iv: a c.",iui. L.1' the I their names: inth" negative on lie vote for

;irjv-V4)n v.iii find! ;in the lei'er of!iFebiusirv' isri.j-.si-1 ;* > ;he; in timer iui ,t. ',"I..i (-ln; >s, l'o JdlIJl"I l !,(Id I b :f'jic ('tn.s. its lL.a!Ze. As a coinpositi'ii: it i is almn-r with him at the public work

which the!;, riifSit; of i I fan! M-i..'--'- ("onjT1< -.*hiIT!' Pitorft-ro fjr theriiffol'th i below rriti,-i.sm ; and can if s snflicientvi- t ItO91CATIf.]
Cat) KinLr a refnt-ition of ono of tlierimriPs ) pro-eiiipiiou > o -
I '-.i<..'n.iiv. a. the! next t-:,.ion, deuce on the lacf of it to .shew, that it emanated fiI- '- .. L
I !ho iblisl-1] i and thtict di-"I.ire-
: .
made: List stimmer, wi'ii re- Oit : > : '".' I'l-i 1 1.'rjy'.i:! it" -ul>j'..*t fo sale as other: U. front a prejudiced, wicked, and wLLkmiii

-ivil: i-) tin* Deif and Dtiiiih Asyiinn; : (It I I.in every case: where-it .si-l! :! :>:i- I :->. I uses. AH' \ll iandv in :.ladfd in the n d. p lilllrP m"

to the.-satislVtinn; f f'he .:' ..- I i.i-\! cln--' : .falf.l sall! --- -. T= -- ---- -. --- ,
if 1 It is not already been e.xpl"iriitiri }) !(-( jpoar \1'.;j. :rand t'u ;ip! | C.HPS
Rerelver.: tint who foU! .:---f' .> c-,>.(. thirty flny.{ aiter the COMMUNIOATIONS.4 .
iv, I h-ive endeavored] to pro- :1:1.jl'r..m: : lift'' .1i. = =2=.-. -- ( \ of lensa o\3..
'1' 1. J'l c.J1mIi'amier' .
airc.somennnndmentsto] the has delivered( IIM notic.'j: of cl ;: 1- "Mj I For Hit Pensncrtlfi Gnzr'Je. -- ..
pre-emp- Si.rrnv I 1-, Pr"iir.! ; _- entitled '
> ;p-'rs.iin
j titled according: to ;he. provision-; thi-: TIlE CONGlillsSIO.NVL EL .l'TIU. ARKIVKD.'eb. : .
non law, the land! Committe.e howevevr <: H-ii'ii' aiu: uKi-.f.ul I tu do .-'-. !:ron; ttrTi.
22. Schr. JVew-Or-
Hope, Rcilly.
I Uu the t'c"nd Monday of May m-xt. tiie
and will not act to a pnH.'rc'Ul"t'! I &r.: ui oe'" tins I "' ";::'ti>,* hivs.iij :i;:y r.'j--ititkor; interest
not disposed : 'mIhan
'iro election will take pl.ice.! 'fiH' a Delegate! ti.represent f''lll'l. $tlI"u-Lt. ( nnl Doc'*
: i : :ii. 1 Ian (I", Its "i.'Ui tad claim1Kcr -.. '
:'nich it. TIH.'ir'n Instance has oeril. 1 provision 'Me ilfj .tt-r and Hec > V(;; the peujiio of this Iciiitory in Suiter! F.'y ; Messrs. Willis, Ham-
1 !'% 12: : M'.!-cs i; t.-:! ll.tnfthl', Law
.,!-; been increased by the rc'purttt bec(!ino the so'ut J'I'| re> of the 'i2'1t f>: .'.'iit to er.i.t! : i'-'nin'i\. in It-alf' } the! the Twentidh CongressIt is important en and Malony.4.U. .
tho ; claim.iuj a : ,' to their; int "-ets that they should! examine; S. Ship Lexington. Wi'iiam! B.
bill nmhed the ] : :
:
party : ; '
r.y
the pre-emption j prep.ij} ; :'1rtp.u! ; ; >r tiiein. and allows Comm.mdrr) from
oimbiick; J'.sq.: a cruize-
d'nb.I'HI ;
maturely into ih> t catmmm;
I'. States of two millions Ofdtht1S." :and they w'.ll, of course, ? i iki. -i! 'i I \'IlfI.I.: il. .It} ..if.ir h., l.rar:3t'\ of those, who hem-elves(lttaLI.1) a.- i\TiF.i;!

nle-til ties ;':.i-.i pnscrihllrh tb/ius of.jPl1't' :; "' ..ict''ii: 1 t I I'oMin.Sfciimei's: ; & c siiallj : may present Sohr. Ain--lia: Road
2-4. "cwrleans
I am very re>}pertfully, : candiclat'-j] f.'r this i'1IiJflfl m ii t staut-n; ; 'IHi Feb. > -

Vour Obe't. Servant (\. IS will siU>ly their jud.nuutis i j !ak ai D.-ttl- secure to theiiisIve. the ''i's'r.i. be-t fltf* ) Carno. corn &c. to order.

: to the : of irr.tutinrr i, ..S..r r1-)':; \lj. Tixf-s tlio amTv.it nfs Jarif'5. to rfpr"iai thi'iii. tnilv and* t.'li*''.tl'I": !! I Schr. -. Hr, Dfvey, \ w.OrleaDso ;
i ronr.ijtv a rfrtillrate. .
J u)1. AVhitc. .
'IiaIm1-io.S4OOM 4) ) cjr'i j i" 'r annum,Law 1 &c. order.bchr. .
to
,
Jt uioleiSToi'd! tl.it iln-r 1m' /!: corn
: arc
The e\idence: [ -.h}r lid! ; ;z 11 i ,;,. Ai ent S.ff: ), .-t-Cilt.V :<2W), Clerk inow : } New-Orleans,
\V. II.\ rll. IIexT.S : tv .-> caiiili! I lat hi-fore; i'it. public, "'ol..IfFi'ti Thorn. Campbell, ,
oucht l io e v.Titen, in ;Jie furm of :inaiiidiivit .C.VM| >-and xuio-! ..:t. ; 't the President to :M.VinrK and C.I.! J.\...t.sl'; '- ;irg'>. te S. Patterson, J. C. and C.Y (\
F\\TF. CHAMFER, 1 in i! pnni-i'in i fi- :! rn t:inttiit expenios. 1in F. and Master
:Mile-: Crltur'I'.dld. -.nl; JlI j HKS, tno former in Durn-pii'st-ntiitiv'!: -ir.i1with \ 'ysf'r..1" P.isqui.-r

snth January, IS'27, S t'l: and .,'.Jv!. cert.lied by ;r.n act.i--; i':.'- I.I .;ii-j-.:)l.-ind TioY*,l'i ji., Proitlc<-ivoviirte rom!!tii'Innd.tI:: ''I location which ofT 1: what L'al ami Uiitiic: charl.'t''i /''/,,."'r.irt--J-Capt. Burrli: U. S. Army and

ilcAH) Sm-I have the honor to his i believe! "i'- isC.1I con the Flev Mr. \t..l.nhallt.
duty
enr.r
lice of theeace Iud if the :..
wa.- :-s mit icorifirini'd.: t' lai.naiitr:; shall have : 2rfth.-irhr. Elizabeth. Forsyth, N(',,.
vinced. When thi- ntleinnn was first :
Ji"kiiHvk'dL'e the receipt of your note : known the B I b'--'i sid! tiie t.' S. jr ,
are not personally to e- by brought before the jnf>'li-% !iis friends could OIeaii, day ; ('aruo. to U. S. OoininU-

'jf *ycsH'rdtHd* will with great U'iter i' and Receiver: their credibility Si.ri ji II" 1 7. j{(') .It, other nr's. do no more than pledge tht-m.clves! that I I sary and .\t.1ster-Pns.rngtrs-\1ajor. ?

tlie tions iiy .I Si f I' > IR, l.iiuis t! diuation of the' rind intimate: local :?. Foster l;. S Army, lady and servallt.I "
j ph ::sjre nn-.wcr que> you ought to be established: by the evidence his talents integrity/ j I
comiii-5 ion, .
>> to tv\o \ C.) : Mrs. S-v.uls, child p.nd servant, Mrs. Mer-
) ] of the Territory wt-re ofasupc-
prOp,1U11( (" of persons of J known character! and knowledge !I Williams and. Ca-
!I ior ordt-r, would com.uan 1 Vic respect uiui c"", MeN-rs. Pasq-iier,
The Comm'iteo of Public, Lamb
stawlinIt will he toliunnl The ( i emul'ia1. CL ARFD.Ftl .
I necessary: attention of those with whom he was to as- VI!"' -

iir Tile :Sennit: ;, h.ul, as 1 conceive, nol I ; ) auainst fraud lv e.verv ),):;. !, In our last; we ie-juir.isiitd: from the Cast lI"iak, and n::lIl rt'd it Ntaill that le red !>. 24- dlr..b:, Brown, New

.l vlt! but that} : the ae.t. !jrantiru the precaution on the part of the V 1 o iccroi. FIn; Mall r a!.', an excellent ariicio >i;ned I II I interests of tlsi intoiTstiat< portion of the York, C/rrsjolJl l ale> cotton by Gibson.

r ;ht He.t pre-emption! to settlers in : The land granted as a pre-emption "THrL1111: tii:' subj'-ct of Memorial ; Union would: lll' pre -d ujxm the attention :20b i irs cotton by T. Twitrht'll.r bales

Fl that where i I I addressed to Conrress, by the Lei>!ative 1 j of ron n-ss wit.'i unliriM"eal.. Hi 1'01 ton and 2- bbls) sugar: by 5. Patterson.
"ra, provided, two or nvM consist of an entire leirnl fIll' .tr.r :'Z hales cotton by Stone and iS'isbct,
I I Council our Territory at its late session. I II I I friends arc nut now afraid to a -k. if this
)ii" t: )poisons) are located on thc s>' :.' : sect'.on fractlenal silion 43 b-iles cotton by X. H. Allen, and 23
call
or : ; quarter i I 'Hi ima i i. we believe: under, a mistakethe '; lldl" h'/- !')! !i"<'1i ndcrwfl They
,- t.-tim il should] be divided I ba'. cotion by .. C. and C. C. K,;ysf rs.7th. .
!
where :s
ri. "r I and not of two eighth! }>:arts of diffjrentjuarters. i Mniorial he comment* on we think was I I upon any our, to show II Delegate
1 between them : etch J' I not s" it that \\r.i Kmmor= -* for the interests of Ins Ter- .--rhr. Icalvns, DeweyNc"Ur.-
.flhy j
so as to give to ; ( .! The I provisions 01 the 3rd >ent ( xjui) e' ws can- (
if their! I .c min<; tic! laud sales, which: wa> sent in !|. ritory' than! Col. White has done for Tlo- ;IcatK, Ballast.
practicable, iir.proveinfMits ; section will not vary; this rule;} i it :d- I : P.\1LF.D. I;
that way, luerewas 110 occdMon to cn- rid.
ami that, in udditiun thereto, they ferts the apporiionment of the q;l'la- : !d"y! r.n exp -ess to can ) tlii piccion arti- The whole course pursued hy Col. White I>b.23-Schr Hope Rcill)'. St. fad-<.

should( be authorised to C'Ul'rOe quarter tits; to e':,ch iiI vidll.tl. Great :I e.' .. ;1-. ii.ifortunateiv for the credit of our has been Iiitrhly honorable to himself, and p'f.pHrr.-Messrs. Willis, McRac, Ha in.

section each: adjoining, an-l I amJit precaution will be neressn"V to t"! 1'.! T'rriiory, \\"oud"n: arli 1 \\l. hi.I iglon' by of incalculable benefit to this Territory. len _and_ Malony.JITS__ L_._- ____;_ .W&i
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l loss conceive how ; oilier flue\ course .l f :iri I, befoio the aiijo.ir.uncntof The able and luminous manner with which -- ------- -
a to .my aLraii-t. i; \ imposition on the (; 1I\ l'nlll1tlItfr.
RECEIVED
the Congro*. Jt did l r'A:1: .Vn.-bn;ton, the project of n Ship Canal, has been pre- ?
construction! be rfiven to ld\.
can .>n applications under I ilit: proxij ii>n.i an I, on rc-iVrrnrn to the prr.ccJ's: of !: sciited to Congress. wouid, of itself] stamp ANt fOR SAL

In your exertions to procure the pas-: of the :]rd! p.ction.llt. >etdrshve Ci/igre, we ouserve that tilt Coaimutee him as a man of no ordinary mind, and, At the Pensacola Bookstore,

age ot a nwlur thc a(11StflCI1t ot the I. i.ons: o\'t;r 21 ye'ir.i: : of .I''e, or. Territories:,, t.olicit..d aJi.,cliar <;c from : from every quarter of the Tnion has received a complete! and general assortrnentotQUILLS
l lnd; claims in Florida no man tne I K'.rtlier coiiaidetation! .1:" tuiimportant the lii heeit praise ; the st Ie ofhis last
private overseers, attempts will bc! n ide to
doc I 111 r 11 t, letter upon that subject, is not only a handsome -
ctnddhuved'phycd: greater zt.il, than: obtain mre'than one }re-enijton; There is one ns-ertion the Mr-ntorial, specimen of fine composition, but it

T voi: have uniformly manifested ; and and( where there are two or ur>re >tparate whiche! have tlio: ajlit! 1ms iut heretofore I I abounds with valuable information, ar '

: I inav be permitted to add, that tl1t'l I distinct ;and independent families :- b--cn itrddti..i; : With MuHc.ent; scriousifj I demonstrates time imm'nse advantage t'i- sonic of them ofveiy superior quality.

Territory of Florid I I.i is greatly in- settled! on one barter section; : >-:it ;s Ihe pretence that the mendi.irntii I derived from this! project in such mind a manner tf C3Wantcd a quantity of Geese', Et'
I ti! or 'inic lav, witn y =Hal to the as to carrv. conviction to the en'rJ '
;: dchtcd to tw!! ability: v.-iih which, (xvhic'i are cases intended to be. p.rovidcd i| .?'Pn-iior: C-.Kils I was in opposition to the one. The rrenvtiu Law, so important gles'-. and Swan.? \V ngs.

::ince I Invc kn-v.vn you r.s her Delegate ] for) they will attempt to enter j M':.-'tLi's \oicc of the people";-with to the trreat body of the fanning interest IN my; Absence Capt. M. Crupper is authorized -

p you have presented her claims, distant and moro valuable land ; they 7V.r.i.r.7f we iiavn no hesitation in (lecla- of this Territory, owes its existence to to receive and paw receipt

As I| iin! that this aseriion i is altogether il'lcorrect"J. the zealousexertions: of this gentleman ; cr allY monies due me, also to make con
*supported her rights. respects sljjmid be confined to the j immediate:
i bre-ficed fnlM-hood! which alone and no law S') favorable in its terms, has tracts for the hire of my negroes, &c.Bynl .
the hill granting pre-emption-;, neighborhood! as far as practical; ', i -.nould be sufiicient to stamp with disgrace eye been before obtained for a Territory. C. Willis.Pensacol .

t I can state with! certainty, that whilet and to ihe particalar sections into j very advocate (,the Memorial.Tiie It is before the Committees appointed to

t i was pending the"Senate, you which any of their improvements may obj-jct of 11:;' projectors of this disgraceful ei'' uireinto the expediency and piopriety Feb. 28th 1827-. 52-if.Administrator's .
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vuiht a conversation; with me, and extcmf. and notorious document, is so ably of measure proposed_ by t lY"a Delegate.it 1. *_ _L. Sale. h j
--. and correctly exposed hy ihrasea, that it that there j is an arduous ana unncimto task
..'Mmestlv requested that it should be '[lie term legal representative I i is unnecessary for us to repeat it. Sufficeit execute, confirming those already favorably [> Y permission of the Hon. County .

called up for immediate consideration, in its strict import, is a representative J to say, that we believe they will find, disposed to the measure, and present- [5 Court for the County cf Escambia, !?

ih.it its early passage might prevent in }land not by assignment. By that tin- people arc not so easily led by the iu such facts and arguments as to convince will expose for sale for cash to the highest

:Jnjurv to the settlers, growing out of adhering to this construction of the nose, contrary to their true interests, as and brine over the more luke-warm eminently ; bidder, it 12 o'clock M. on Saturday10th tf.
they had probably expected.We it i is here that'Col. White has been 'ebruary 1827, in front of the CourtHouse

the previous passage of the law giving term, and by {granting your certificaC hare heard that a Committee, con- successful and it i is but justice to say, in the City of Pensacola, as ths

a Township of land to the Kentucky to the original claimants, you listin Messrs.. Doggett, Wyatt, Macon, that the Members of Con TCis. composingthose property of J. M. Ftixic deceased. .

Asylum for the Deaf ami Dumb. It, I will be relieved from much embarrassment Pi liJiam and Woodruff, was appointed to Committee*, have frequently stated,

:Sir, a knowledge of your public acts, -if the parties: wish to assign diaft Memorial. ; and it is presumed that in the derived most public from his manner industry the and assistance talents, iik li1C o a4J$3

ioes not render explanation) unnecesN'iry their claims, after confirmation, it can the article under consideration was report- they and the able and convincing manner, with in said City; and if the said lot shall not

to use this in in the usual and ed'by that Committee, or some part of them. the interest of tlie Terri- bring a sufficient um of money to pav*
you are at liberty be done manner, patents would be gratifying to the constituents which he presents demands which have been filed

:iinv wav you may think; proper. will issue to the ass tnep. of one of our Members, wbo was upon that ry before them. it the the Estate of may the said deceased,
this against
enlarging subject,
With great respect, It is necessary to forward a list of Committee, if he would inform them what i Without upon I shall proceed immediately, at the same
I : will from what I have already stated -
I have the honor to be, pre-emptions granted, specifying the I'I' share he 1 hadinthe Whether composition it was drafted the and Memorial a- : that appear the People of Florida are now represented time and place, to sell Lot No. 171 in said

Your Ob't. Servant, .and of the faithful and talented public City.
tract, quantity name personto doptedby the Committee? And how many -i by a

William R. King. whom granted. It will be unnecessary of them agreed report it, in thfc man servant ; one who has obtained the confidence M. Crupper, '

J. M. WHITE Eq. to forward the evidence, ner it was presented to the Council Mr. of Congress, and is, in every respect then, Clerk and cx-ojtao jJdmr.SALS .
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with wants-why.
I which will be carefully preserved in Piukham has suitt he did not rote for the well acquainted our POSTTOirei.
take
GENERAL LAND OFFICE, 7 Memorial, but it does not appear that he should the people give him up and of the The sale advertised above is.postponeduntil
office. 1'ill not the iutercsts
January 31 1827. $ your joined in the protest of Mr. Mitchel, nor another to ,
the With great respect &c. has he through to inform us any Territory be advanced by continuing 31st March next.
SIR-In reply to your letter of proper Col. White our confidence ; and thus secure Saturday

80th inst. requesting my opinion as to (Signed) Geo. Graham. thing Before more the ou last the session subject.of the Council it I to ourselves the advantage of his experience ;I AL Crupper ,

the construction of the 3rd Section of GEORGE W. WARD and R. K. was boasted by some of the enemies of our ] and knowledge of business f In CL'..
wishes
the act of the 22nd April 1826, relative CALJ, Esqrs. Register and /ccciVcr, Delegate, that a plan was laid which would : every respect he ha the? answered the faithful- l Pcn:acola. 18th Februarj- 132'r.l')1''I'at1' -.
of people, by
to pre-emptions, I have _to tato, Tallqhcusce, undoubtedly. secure.success to-their schemes and expectations




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SUPERIOR COURT Brick} Lime $ Lathes Want
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J} m EXTENSIVE Florida. ed.
s-T* 7V* J ** .**'*#<* ** v> 1 t of West

;4 Or lowers of Literature Sale 'by Auction at Pensacola. Samuel: Taitei's November Term 1826. .I I WILL purchase, or contract fir the

Wit and Sentiment JUST RECEIVED !Mipply of
$ L HAS
of T
THE Subscrib- Francisco lUmal: Executor |
Th YORK 300.COO RHICK
NEW 1 8inche-ilong,4
ATLAS TROM J0i
PER THE Salas | O
FOB
1827. Domingo '
i era being anxious AKljtBORN the Estate i \\ ide, and 2 do. thick-
Office of the Ev.: Post \ AMJ ELIZABtTH vs. )>- DFefnardo
Saturday l
I 1'i.tla'MfMa, JCC.2. 1826.t1It S to dispose FROM! NBW ORLEANS, Moreno Senior I o. 36,900 BUSHELS common shell Jim-

; CASKET atJhws of Litl'raI I of their stock of CHOICE[ supply of and Domingo Olivier. J C? 6,900 HUSIIELS of Lime, made of

aI"r., Hd UNI/ Sentiment, which has Goods, will expose A Orocoiios in additionto day came the said Complainant j live Oyster shells.

lisit an unprecedented increase of patrons the entire parcel for sale at his foiinor stock, among THIS Henjamin )). Wright Esquire his I'! 100,000: LATHES, 4 feet long for

; dining I the last six; months, wHt,after which are the following ai- Solicitor, and it appearing to the Court, I. t ering. plas.

the present vol. is finished, each number AuctionWITHOUT ticles. that the said Fernando: / Moreno Senior The
I ) contain 40 octavo page', printed well- Pipe Superior Cogniac Brandy Srignctte'shrancl I and Domingo Olivier are not inhab'tants I!, above articles are to be ofthc best

on small.)handsoawtypeupon the finest I : ol f this Territory, and they having: failedtoi'ppearand .I quality, and delivered at the Navy v
RESERVE 1 t1). Old Holland Gin, I answer the complainant's abote high water mark, as required"?
paper: Mitcned and covered' and furnish-
I "$ & a* the low price of Two Dollars and On Monday 12th March next.at their Storein 1 Hlid. do. Jamaica Ruin, I bill herein agreeably to la\r. It is therefore i the mechanics, and must convenient
the
.. iiry' cents annum. The Casket is a i the City Pensacola, tiHF tock consists 7 BMs. American Gin, I ordered that, unless the said defendants spot here they arc to be u Jt
per
collection from the choicest pieces! of the I in part, of Printed Muslins, Fiench 8 do. New Oil iam. Hum, do appear here, on or before thei[I They will also[ be subject to the u,:1ai

4 Saturday Evening Post, made with a reference : and English Prints *nd Plate Callicoes, 15 do. OU Whiskey;] : first day of the next term of this Court, toe !inspection of the Yard upon delivery '
Furniture Chintzes. Colored Worked :-> do. Peach UranJy, I of ; rick must be delivered betwe the i"?
to the difference which should Wine b holden on the first Monday May :ii ,
: Muslins 9-8 and 64 4-4 and 8 do. Cider and Vinegar. bill ; of April next and last of
exist in the materials of a weekly paper, Jacconels, 2 Casks Madeira: Wine, next, and answer the complainant's) : I May.
: 6.4 Cwnbrics, White and Colored Bordered shall be taken as confessed I Bond with approved
and those of a rn onUilypublication, the 2 do, Cihnanar do. herein, the same security wi!! be
Jacr.onet Cravats, Madrass Handkerchief I i required for the faithful
Ju
of enriched with I against them. ,
former course essays, :1 do. Old Port do. execiro
i : poetry, anecdotes, and those set off oy a I *. Printed and Check Handkerchiefs do. do.{ iu Bottle :. And it is further ordered that the foregoing contract for the Urick and ine, and |th
1 Sarcenetts! Senshaws, Levantines, /'ensacola !: contract will I be closed
I 1 recital of the occurrences of the yeek. 2 do. Malaga, be published in the ;, utier.everacceVa_
<< The latter can receive little value from Sattins, Florence, Plain Figured Colored) T do. Claret, (ju-jttte; : once week for the space of ble proposals are submitted. 4

; a mere detail of events, many of which and Black (iros de Naples Barege, White oO doz. do. t four months and once a month for two Sam K. Over-ton

'j would ceusc to be intercstiug before they Tulle, Black Leuiniine Shawls, Book 10 boxes fmnstock, Cider; months thereafter. ,

were recorded. Muslins, Gentlemen's and Ladies' Gloves, 11 l LIs. Nruaik do. : A true Copy from the Record. JVavy Agt llt.

t Tapes, 1'ir.s, Buttons: lmiibar.ines, and 10 do. Troy ale, Atttest, I'ensacola 1st Ja n'y 18:7-44
tf.
r, ; ,- The vast quantity of matter crowded, Bomhazelts, Flannels\Baize, ))om. London porter, I W. Hasell Hunt.
by small type and careful arrangement, Plaids, Check, Superfine Bleached, Shirt: 6 Hhds. lust quality N. O. Sugai. I ) Register will (; rr.l1'1er.
1 ; into the columns of every number of the i ii ings and bhectings, Irish Damask: and 10 Ubls. do do. C'lk. Sup. C't. W'. F.'I I 'I n las paper tf.: ple&se insert th allOle

i f:: : Saturday Evening Postsill in the Diaper\ Irish Linens, Cotton and Worsted do. MolassfN. I Peimcola 15th November 1826-38

1 3 t f coutse of a month, furnish the most ample Hosier! }', and a variety of other staple and 1500 Ihs. SnjH'rior Loaf Sugar, -w4m and ;fl2fli -

i l materials from which Ho form an interesting fancy articles. 1500 do. do, Lump do. I OZL.a \'i'j.: .

1l periodical work such as the Casket ALSO 60 boAis Soap in I.aige and Small Bars, 1- WISH to purchase two
I 'f has beei- Considered j by its partial 8 do. Sha'"JIldo.. PROSPECTUS yoke of

'. I friends, and such as we intend, it shall be. Beavor, Castor and Wool Hats, Ladies' 10 do. Sperm Candies, rate Oie.i, to be delivered at tK

\ '\ Notwithstanding the: fact, that the Cask. and Men's Shoes, Negroes' Shoes, Castings 10 do Mold do. OF THE Navy be Yard near Pensac-ou. They; rnut

;j ctis but H collection fom the columns i Nails!, Shovels and Spades, Patent 10 do. ?'o. 1 Chofolato} :lftC01\ young, large aid healthy.

'. of the Saturday Evening Post, we confidently Ploughs, German and Blistered Steel, S Packers:: containing 5)6 canisters TtgYtv)1, all1l. l{. Overton

predict, and indeed we are sanctioned Prying Pans, AxesVirc and Hair Seives, fresh<< l.nuMiaI| Gun Powder aiul A JTEEKLr PAPER .Jta-uy .

e in the experience we already Tobacco, Pepper, Pimento, Copperas} ,Al- uuug'i1poll Tea. Pensacola, 1st /Jgent.
have, that i la most numerous patrons will)! I him, Cogniac Brandy, Old and Superior 20 boxes freshlus"atell; and Malaga Printed at JIacon, Ga. January ld
I ,r be found the subscribers to our Madeira: and Sherry:! Wine, Basket Sweet Rai:sins, 5TIIHE --
among loral Advantages of the town of ---
Oil, Cotton IIagting, an assortment of do. in Kg' ,
those
A number of faJ ConYeyaiie.ing.
I weekly paper. large *_ ] Macnn, as an emporium) for Literature
Earthen Ware, &c, &c. The whole being 40 boxes Prune.-;, -
that
who take the "Post" depend well b11E
upon AS as Comniercsituated it !
subscriber ,
resecfuly
I the most valuable snIt extensive Almonds, Dried Currents, Capers !inform
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h paper to" the news of the week-:t 15 I I perhaps is, almost in the very centre of the ,State ; 'I his (: -,, that he will still
offered auction in this and Anchovies, continue
assortment at
therefore read with avidity by almost every were at the head of to (Ira'v Deeds
beautiful I
Mortrages
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I Navigation on a Bills| of
} :10 Dots
., place, and well worthy the attention Apples, dle'
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it ia rec'eivcd Pout-rs
flu' :
member Umilyvherc o
4 dw. dried do. river ; in the heart of a new, fertile and Attom-y and other instrument
I of the bale will be
injures purchasers, as entirely -
and this general use frequently healthy the inducements of wrmn-, m the most
cuntry.-were -
1 fre. J do. do. Poirlics, among I approved forms
l. its appearance sy> much as almost tot CO llhls Potatoes thatled! to the proposed unilertaking. on the ujiial' terms; and solicits a contulU-

\' render It unfit for the file and for binding. TERMS.All Pscklcs in htk and Kegs, ance of their favors

I b The numbers too, by this general use, sums not exceeding 50 Cash Pickled Onion110 "\%T. Hasell
The rapid: strides this infant settlement Hunt.
t I are not unfrequentlv lost, mutilated or From 50 to not exceeding 150-2 months Uaski-u! Olin Oil, Fensicola
has made in the 7th Dec.
short
of four 1826.
and the file tl.usbruken. space
entirely destroyed, 150 300-3 ditto. English and AnJl'ricmTnstard: ,
.-'I! he Ca'ket is calculated to prevent 300 II U H 500-4 do. Ground Ginger, AKpice l Clones, ytMrs ; the importance in a commercial

l: this; inconvenience, and to furnish, at a Over 500 4 and 6 months, Cinnamon, :Niitir.cg\ C\jyeii ant point: of view, it has already acquired ; FORSALlToillESUIJSCltlBEIt LE.3E.rIIJ : ; .
all the useful matter the attention, the interest, it every where
very cheap price, For approved endorsed notes: mack Pepper,
.1 desirable I rxctes; the tide of business, of capital, of offers his
f L) which the weckyp3pcrwouldbe IT; Mats Ca Fia. IJ'L
4.t.. t when bound.-In) thus giving u Asaph Stone.F. ,I,2000) Ibs. mould and Buck Shot assorted, talent, so rapidly tlowngthere ; already la P!,for: property in the vicinIty Pei il .; O.
SALE
. t permanent form, and select association tot H. NiSIet.Penscola jOt ) do. Lead in :small' l hal s. direct the public mind to the high destiny or LEASE with an eXe :ai\'e

k t" the choice pieces of our weekly contli.'lt Oth! February, 387. JO Kegs Nitii'linll Gun Powder,', which awaits it. Contract for l.i\\1\\1)

butors, it is confidently anticipated that HI libls. "So.; 1 and 2, Mackerel, Though there is already one neatly!

: I new and successful! inducements will beheld OL1JN. :110.. Salmon, printed paper in Macon, yet the peculiar with the Navy Agent. The property con-

4 out for the cxercisi- of superior talent :fPLAIN SILVER WATCH not <> HnlfBbls Fulton 1\1 all Let )Jef; situation: of the times-the increasing business lists of f 1600 arpans of".inJ, well supplied

l and unusual care in our literary de _t l: capped, value about five guineas f Bids Me-;s do. : of the place,-the intelligence, the with prime timber and two Mill aeata.!

prtml'nl-in addition: to the recommendation made by Monioon&Co: Mimber not re 10 Ilbls. Prime Northern Pork. public spirit of the community-the increasing I One primp Mill having two saws in operation

k: of neatness in the general appearance collected, a trold! chain with a link brokenout 20 Boxes Herring, populationealth and importance tile Landing now in use for conveyin .
4 : t in several places in one place the f>00 bunches Cnioii, Lumber to the
-and particular attention to the typographical -- of this section of the State,-call Navy Yard or any
t j j- execution, it is our intention chain had been broken apart: and joined I WOO lbs. Large Cheshire Cheese, Iniully for the assistance of another Pres->.; market in the bay of Mexico does not

I to ii'hellish; each number of the "Cask again without soldering, two gold seals 1000( do, Small! do- ,I which shall not only disseminate! useful exceed one fourth of a mile from the
with cornelian stones, two gold keys, the 20H() ) do. Goshen Butter, I mill,
et" with three handsome lingravings) information, but advocate fearlessly, THE any person wishing-to enquire; in bu.
of of the distinguished seals and keys chased and with the chain 1000 do. Lard, siness of that kind would d-j
t from the hands some most I RiGhTS Of THE PEOPLE well to call
artists of the all of fine gold the slit in the ring containing 20 Bbls, fresh Flour, on the subscriber.
'I country. With the
to
the bealsand keys spreading <) ell) Rice, regard Political course intended
apart.
1 \''itll these claims to patronage, the Any person finding thtf above, and giving ICO Sacks Liverpool Ground Salt, to be pursued by the Editor, he T. English.The .

j 'Casket" will, as has been previously information thereof to the Editor of. 20 do. dr.. ttloun do.lo presumes few remarks will suffice :__ Mobile Coma
:, mentioned, be afforded to those who subscribe ) the" Bags OroniCorioNew Crop He pledges himself to no faction or cabal. erciai Advertiser
Gazette, shall receive a reward of livedollars. will give this four !nv.Tiions two in
for that paper exclusively! at the Sfmie and Tin Wares, Warmly devoted to the cause of the people the
low of 2,50 subscription '. Letter his constant endeavor City paper and uvo ;,. Uie Country pa-
price per year a Pensacola, 6th Feby. 1827-49-3t. Paper, wilting and Wrapping will be.to promote
which is believed IC I their interests-his per.
it confidently 19 the ll'c ideiJt ( ) highest ambitionto _____ ______ ___ _____ _________ _______ _
of
:::. much lower than that for any other publication By the United Oranges, Plantains, Coco Nuts, &i(:'. merit their confidence.-Though he

of a similar character in tiny! ; States.aK t&r-. does rot deny a preference to the principle 'Venbvi\\e 1THE \\\\
country-but to the subscribers of "The January 12th 1827--!.">-It. of one of the contending parties that ,
: of Law I Jon' '-- subscriber ir.forms his friends and
,
pursuance : QPINCT --- -
I Saturday Evening Post"! "The Casket"r I agitate this State-yet such
i I : :' President of the United States EruitTrees, Gray<* 'C. measures, Public that he has opened
\ \\\ be furnished tor SiOO. and such men, ONLV as to him seem a
ATKINSON & ALEXANDER. of America, do hereby declare and make I best calculated! to promote the may House of entertainment in this place for
t known, that a Public Sale will be held public the accommodation of travell-rs and
Philadelphia: at will
Subscri- receive his
; CTjpHE goo. support, without
I :. the Land Office at Tallahassee in the boarders, who are not subject to inebriation
t.. Subscriptions to the CASK.KT; received Territory % ber, propt ietorofthe respeet to the party which claims them. -
; he flatters himself
of hat
Florida the third he
atthisOtice. on Monday i in can give
Liniucan __ The Editor with .
sees the
pain dilemma
;! ,
;: t -_ _ _ -'_ _-_ _ _ _ _-_ .May next, for the disposal of the Lands I in which Georgia is placed, in full satisfaction to those who will please to
------ situate within the limits of the following Botanic Garden and Nurseries, at Flushing : regard call on him.
to her relations i
itti the
\\ General
4 TOR SaLE described townships and fractional town- near New-York offer to furnish th Government His table will hr furnished with the
and the awefu! crisis
St ihips viz : public with such Trecsand Plants as the" is to which she best the country affords, his stables with
t hastening. Without
ON CONSIGNMENT North ufthe base linc and West of the may desire. The collection of Frui in the slopping to en- good corn, and provender, together with
quire.whether
5TrIHE: : Cargo of the French Ship PacIJJSJB Meridian. Trees of all the various kinds, and also (/ she had origin of this dispute a faithful and attentive O'ltlcr.11 the

tole. Capt. Utlalue, from Bordeaux Townships No 3, 4, 5. fractional town- Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Plants i is pledges himself justice his on her side, he Public business for th-3! county i ii
to
consisting of ships No. 6 and 7 of Kange No. 8, b> far the! most extensive and valuable to the use unwearied exertions transacted in this place which 5* situated
No 6 & fractional in America.: preserve rights and dignity in the centre of the
Township
"hipu'a lenient.
.. township
CASKS Claret w ne of the State, and to avert the evils tha't _,
I 80 of the most approved No. 7of Range No9, 10, 11 12, IS, Si In addition to the immense acquisitionsof threaten to overwhelm her: In L. M. Stone,
14 former he has above : support
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now
inr ISLC. years
Brands, of the vintageof ing the rights of Georgia, he shall! not feel i Wcbbville, Jackson bounty; ,
. South of the Base Line and East of the 500 Yixvieties
1822. i\ew Or himself
Meredian. I bound to aEsail, with unmerited a- I January 25th 1827.: ,
22 Pipes Old Cogmac Brandy, the most choice Fruits busc;; the Government of the United N. I?. Thenane of the Post OiOce in
:: i 80 Boxes Claret wiRe, some very su- Township No. 2 and fractional townshipsNos. States ; or toascribe to others, the evils thi3 County has been changed-! the
3 and 4 of which not in possession of
Range Xo. 1. are any other which
perior. may have arisen from Department from Stone's
Store Webbville. -
I. our own im to
Nos. 2., & 3 if establishment in this all of
80 do. prunes, Townships ( Range No. 2. country, whichare ] prudence. Wherever. in hs .-48-4w.
I. 40 !.alf tiUo do. Townships Nos. 2 !i 3 of flange No.3. announced in the Catalogs! of IH2 5. censure be deserved opinion,
may it
: No. 2 The of GRAPES shall not be L. M. Stone P. 31.iTici .
100 Baskets Sweet Oil. Fractional Township! of RangeNo. assortmant consists:: of with cid.-\s a GEOHUIAX in
,
above, feelingsand
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SO) Boxes Olives, 4. -*
Anchoviesand interest
Capers, he will contend -
Peaches- The Townships are to be offered In 250 KINDS for str n'lOus. ;, ?
ly iota ef her
21)0) co Cologne Waters.iJg the- order- in. which. 'they. are, above de comprising the finest Wine and Treble every of: the :Martyrs. rights of the! As Hf'\'nll1 a descendant _. Jan. 16th 1S27. S
"
36 do, Ant'd. Cordials. signaled, beginning with the lowest num. Grapes of France, Germany,\.,Italy and I : every attempt to weaken--the- Gov.utioi I ALL persons having claims against the
in
Section each
Almonds and ber of township.The the Crimea. notified that before
I I 300: Bags Walnuts, 25 I ernment of his Country, or the are ,
t ,. lbs each. lands reserved by law,for the use The Proprietor having acquired: ex nioll of these States, will sever U- thc jae: oe audited according to 1 Jaw;
meet with
his
f I 40 Large Earthen Water J:1f': of schools or for other purposes, are 'to tensive information on the subject, from : utter abhorrence, and determined will be necessary for the a accounts b

I (' 300 Empty Demijohns. I be excluded from sale. actual o&sei vatic and experience, ii ena- sition. oppo made out & certified ; li; i,}rserviccsperformed :

f t I 100 Bags Corks Given under ny hind at the City of bled to make such selections as may be I as Judges of Eicc.ions; by ,the-

I 100 Hampers Bottles, Washington. this tenth day of January mitable to any particular locality, and I, TERMS.-Three Dollars per annum, if Clerk of the Election, that the service

. 12 Packages Dry Goods, containing A. D. 182r. such selections are left to him, he will paid in advance, or Four Dollars at the were duly performed and! ahi' by the

Broad Cloths, Linens, Handkerchiefs of John Quincy Adams. send such as cannot fail to succeed.He I end of the }' .ar. Distant -subscribers: Clerk oldie CV-nty: Court that the appointment

1 different kinds, Cambricks, Printed CottonsShawlsPr1nella By the President, also offers them in assortment of must in all cases pay in advance. v.b ,d'iy: made. If tor.ser-

ShoestilovesColor- Graham one dozen each at the following prices. :_ Advertisements inserted at the usual vices as Clerk ot bVtctions, to be certifiedby

ettes, Artificial Flowers, Head Dresses, George For the 1st assortment, Sts: the 2d SG rates. two of the, Judges of the Elecfe

Umbrellas Foolscap and Letter Paper, i Commissioner of the Gen. Land Office. i and fQr the 3d g4 50. M.: Barllet. that the appointment was JUlY mode and
I Uibbons Silks & &c. Should of the lands proclaimed for Persons who order the
c. any ( rapes will be fur ;or\icea perforueJ.Vl!l ouier a--
r IN STORE h sale at Tallahassee on the 15th of January I nrsbf.'d with direction for tltdrcuture.TIe b ":JUht I for service rcnderd in eithrthoTREASURY ) !

( 1 A general assortment goods suitable 1827, under the Proclamation of the President collecton ROSES t-xcreed. Letters for Foreign Ports. Superior or County Court, the certiftcatcof

for the country. I of the United States, dated the 500 VARIETIES the Presiding Officer of the Court, that
24th of 1826: be from ; the information of those who :
May, cause For
N. any I put the Lawr,
II. ALLEN. account is just and accord-ntf to :
and of in
; whatever, not offered at sale GIlEEJIJOUSE I'LJ.YTS he this Office directed
i 13th public at the to foreign
PenRacola Feb. 18275OttFa11t. I will be required and tile account dulyreceitited
has above the ;
.. time aforesaid, the same will be offered at ports following extract. from the In. tit

.. public sale at the time and place stated in 2,000 SPECIES, structions of the Postmaster General i is era power given to scvnie the
to the ,
rtceipbefore
person siga
'
: the above proclamation. The sale published. Letters, !h KIVC
to frequently
somprising 20,000 Pots which been
; among arc I put in this office money; can be drawn from the Treasury.
, [I: !'IIE most handsome and most profit- commence with the lands heretofore proclaimed all those known as most beautiful and in which not having the

. f I ;I -'*.r able tract of I land in thc vicinity of and will progress in the order in teresting.Q postage on theiVi paid, will never reach Davis Floyd,
which they were proclaimed. the place of their destination. Terr. Tre;\nrcr.Aotf .
.1 V this City ; :: Catalogues may be had gratis of CJrtrqi'?.-"If letters --For the Election in 1S23 instead
Geo. Graham any are
the placed in
COZm1Pm different
( J Agents throughout the U-
a Post-office of the
ifccDx : nion to be sent to a of the certificate of the Clerk
and orders sea-port by
49-1St. of
through
:. ; CommisfierlCr.JalNJ.D. ; any them, po.t't, and thence by Couuty Court the certificate ot th j Secretary
ship to some ,
situated, on a navigable stream, which witi-auT- or. by-.mail (past paid) will meet prompt- ';>lace, the postage of such letter, for foreign such of the Territory will be required.QTJ'The .

::J. mpties into the'Bay of"Escambia. at on 6. S. Attorney. attention. I distance a:; it i is to be conveyed by Editors the East l-'iorkU

: ;i Jy 12 miles distance N. E.-from Penetcohu Has occasion to be absent from Pen. William Prince, I must be pailat the place of reception post,, Herald and of the Florida Intelti: enc l"

i The stream exiled BAYOU -OP THE acQla for six weeks. Those who C. 1>\. of the Linn aa Society of Paris : otherwise it is not to be forwarded.** will give the foregoing thvee insertions

1 (;OVLflNOR, runs through, this tract of, have business with him will please I of the Horticultural Society oF London,' W. Hasell Hunt in their respective paper: and forward

'land for almost mile, and offers a never- : refer themselves in the mean time to and of the Imperial Society of the Geor- ,. their accounts tlicref to the 'frtail1
Post ,
failing mill sent, capable of driving three Col. John 4th De 1827 LA Kua. gofili at Florence &c. &.c. Post Office, Pensacola, 20th Nov.lftlste, 1826.. er's OlUce.-48-3w. -
,
'eby. -49-3t.
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Orders
SAWS.: Bordering that stream is a quantity received byW. Hasell Hunt -

cf land containing the purest clay for & mA i bnck. Wherever the timber is scattering a. :j-L TTERS administration on the' es

. grass luxuriantly,and there is FOR JVotice.IX Jonathan De&rman ) tate of THOMAS B. NKLL: !:te of f the

;. n excellent range fur cattle. V*. :; In Attachment. County of Eacambia deceased: !having
.. : i.STJust 1 \ persons who are indebted to Efford Jones. been grained tu the Subscriber! by the
The title is ;indisputable having been j
. 1 the Clerk of the Hon. the C.11fl'Yall i
County Court for this County Court of said
} case Writ
confirmed by the Commissioners of.-the JJN a Attachment has
the 581(1
, County of Escambia are-requested to been issued persons; having demands ng1\in
received and levied
United Stitea.'I. and for SaleAT j on certain cat-
I
make payment to Mr W. Hasell Hunt estate are requested to tUo 5i' ;;:
: ; tie of the said defendant present
For terms apply toThomas and a suit insti.
THE who is duly authorised to receive all fees tuted in the Superior Court for the immediately and those indebted arc desired ::
Western
1lE1 P. Rioboo. TJensacola: Itookstoxe.W. up to this date, and recei t'for the same. District of Florida. to,make payment to
q renutola 'Feb. 22d .
1827-51-2w. Hasell Hunt .M. OrupperPenttccola ', Adam Gordon. Wm. A Bell,

: ,
eltr/:. jidminiKtrator
J/lly.
Pcnucola 3ad November 182G 2rtb, Noy. 1826, t Peniaqola Dec. 1826 ,4o-6t.for P19. P nscola, 20th Nov. I 8J-38-lH.:
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