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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: April 13, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (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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W.cicjttr, nr I For the settlement of tho claims oi .m '
IPtMrae2.lo 2G. sheriff
,: ; r ; coroner or ministerial, cer .f? lav with
W. HASHES, KUN' ,_ the militiav Georgia, for services An aet to-tCllti itttfmtofrssma1nftj 16 tinno1Iiiitf11" the court. the comport'ip such'charge"
or material
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SOLE EDITOR A*t, PROPRIETOR; rendered during the years one thou- dicrg of the llciroludonaryAnny.Br Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, Sec. 15. Be it further enacted
l'ilfJlishtr of the Lnws "f the United States sand seven hundred and ninety-two, It tnactfd by the Senate and That the venire so summoned as aforesaid That petit ,

ud of the TCT r it u rif of f.orida.gtasciJFT10hY three and four, 'agreeable to the estimates House of Representatives of the Uni- or such of them as appear have a a.right to or find traverse of jury indictment shall

(far $5 of Constant Freeman, and to be ted States of America, in Congress and be not challenged, together withso part an -
llalf 3 or
information
true and 1
year of such
;
Quarter year 1 50 paid under the direction of the Secrery assembled, That the time limited by many other good and lawful men part substantially

Snbrription payable in advance. of War, one hundred and. twenty- the second! section of the Act approved of the byestanders, being house keepers felony, the defendantsljallb( contain a>charge, of
Every"ad veitisement nine thousand three hundred and sev the within this
Alit hTisiXG twenty-fourth day of Territory, as will make
according to the
crime< charged in
.:f the width of one r.olmnnwand measuring; enty-five dollars and sixty-six cents, the number
than twelve lines of this typefirst February, one thousand eight hundred twelve, or if the whole such,part, an.d the finding thereon
'ot store which shall be considered as full satis- be nineteen fur he challenged: twelve of such ;
.ic! :ion one dollar each weekly coutinu- issuing Military array and if jury find part, of an indictment
iiioe J'.fiy cents; lonjjcrund wider ones at faction for said claims. Land Warrants to the Officers and by-standors, shall be a lawful jury, for or information true, and nothing I

tine sum rnte. Huh and figure work, For Arsenals, forty-four thousand Soldiers of the Revolutionary Army, the trial of a prisoner.Sec. as to the residue thereof,say it shall be'
double price. fr : the first insertion. Ad- four hundred dollars. shall extended 9. Be it
be to the fourth day off further r.nactid, good in law and taken as the
H1ti ('mcnts will W tustcfully dbplayed, For arrearages prior to the first o March hundred That whenever in finding
thousand
according' to the nature of them, and will one eight treason or felony, of the residue for the dtnaan t.
be measured! hy matter of this size type. July, one thousand eight hundred and and thirty ; and the time for l locating! any person shall. l stand mute on his Sec. 16. Be it further enacted

When inserted at inter villa, (that i*, not in- fifteen, twenty thousand dollars. the unlocatod d warrants shall be extended arraignment or persist, after being admonished That a variance between the indictment
I
tcrlcd every week, from the first to the For constructing!: the road from till the first day of October by the court, in not answering and commitment
iiKt/rtioii/ rtrh in* vrtion wilt be char1il or proceedings -
ijjst ) ( Zanesville
: State of
Canton in the
advertisement.mounts for tp thereafter. to his indictment, or in peremptorily : previous to the indictment shall'not
<> as a new ,
:zlverti'ing! payable always! on demand. Ohio, and for continuing and completing Approved, 2nd March. 1P27. challenging above the number be error. "

try Liberal rontivicts will be made with the survey of the Cumberlandroad of.jurors, which by law he is allowed Sec. 17. Be it further enacted'

ioo \...:It) wish to advertise:: by the year. from Zanesville to the seat of LAWS FLORIDA.: to challenge peremptorily, he That if before the swearing of aJury,
(T7 Communications: directed to W.Husuli Government of Missouri hundred --p shall be
one considered, as convicted, and for trial of
Hunt, P.. -t Master I'en acoid. will An act prescribing the mode of criminal proceedings. an indictment or informa-
and seventy thousand dollars, which the same judgement, execution'and tion it be .
abated
be duly attended u> ; quashed, set' aside,
:.... ." -------,- shall be replaced out of the fund reserved Be it enacted by the Governor and disabilities shall take place and be a- or nnoliprosegmbc entered thereon;
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JLair United ;tates. fur laying out and making Legislative Council of. the Territon- warded, as if he had been convictedby it shall be no liar against
u.fthe j new
roads under the direction of Congress, verdict of hu proceasing
- --- --- of Florida, That af.er any person or confession: crime. bj mt&etnront os tnf..r.nnto n
'., %,x 1w -r,? r y,. by the several acts, passed for the shall be indicted for treason or felony, "SIC. 10. Be it further enacted, and the defendant or defendants,shall)

\\ ,4 admission of the States of Ohio, Indiana if he be, not already in custody, Thatca capias, scircfacias, venire fa not be discharged, but shall be committed -

Illinois, and Missouri, into the the sheriff other officer, shall [be cias, or any other process, to arrest a i or bailed according'to! the na-

Union, on an equal footing with the commanded to attach his body, "by defendant or cause an appearare, in : ure of the case,* for new proceedings

f original States. writ or precept called a capias ; and any plea, if the Territory, shall be to be had against him; her or them.:


McClure, as Superintendent of the another writ or precept, of capias, i term, unless directed by the court to I felony, murder or treason, shall ibeapprehanded

repairs o1'he Cumberland Road, five shall immediately be made returnable .. be returned, to some day of the term 1 and brought before any

hundred and ten dollars. forthwith, in which the sheriffor on which it is awarded ; and they justice of the peace and dicliargcd, it

[I't'BLr-No.: 11.] For completing the works anddeepening other officer shall also be commanded j may issue to any county in this Ter- shall be. no bar to his 'or lier being
/ rirt inal ::n :> .Drupr'mbis tW the 'MilitarySor ,
) ; ; { the channel[ of entrance into ritory.
\ire; jfrlr [ u rl.d Stat.'",t'lr the >f ruoiiVlh : to seize his chatu J>, and safely prosecuted again.

He it enacted by the Senate and : the expense of work done and to that the body is not found, and the That when an indictment for a misdemeanor That in all cases oi application by

house of Iteprcscntatfacs of the U-I be done, which has not been contemplated indictee cometh not. an cziquit shall shall be found a true bill, habeas corpus, to a court or judge,

sited Watts America, in Cl, r's I by any appropriation heretofore awarded. and the defendant or defendants, shall if he or they be of opinion, that the

assembled, That the following sums made, two thousand dollars. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, not be in custody of the officer, nor prisoner hath bee guilty of any misdemeanor -

bo, and the same arc hereby respect- For }' expedition That when a Grand Jtuy shall have on bail, a venire facias shall issue, to felony, murder 'or treason,

ively appropriated for the military fitted out, consisting of the presented to a court having criminal summon time defendant or defendantsto for which such prisoner may bc.iaUle)

service of the United States, for the militia of Georgia, r.nd the Territoryof jurisdiction, a bill of indictment appear and a.iswer such indictment to a trial, but that proceeding

ti ear one thousand eight hundred and Florida, for the suppression of aggressions against any person charged with ; and if the defendant or defendants are so defective, that the pr'isioner

twenty-seven, to wit : committed by the Indians on treason or felony, the court shall shall not appear on the return cannot be detained in custody under

I'oi pay of the Army and subsistence the frontiers of Georgia and Florida, cause the offender to be arraigned and of the renire facias executed, a those proceedings, such court, Judgeor

ofofiiccrs, including the Military thirty-nine thousand two hundredand iriLd at the same term, if ho he in capais alias capias, &.,. shall issue ; judges shall not discharge'the prisoner -

Academy, nine hundred and nine sixty dollars and sixty cents. ':1 I f the custodyof the jailor, or if ho be Provided however, That the court but shall admit him of her to

ty-nine thousand three hundred and For defraying the expenses inci- { bailed, and forthcoming, agreeable to .in case of a heinous nature, or where bail, if the case be a bailable one, to

sixty-three dollars and'cnty.th.c _uxul *" limning c.vuimmuuiis atilt { Ms recognizance, unless they senil'ood 1'q defendant or defendants are likely appear in the. court having lufis'dfct -
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to ,...
evnue m UIUVI'I 'Ih -
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;
crtitr*. ;surveys, authorized by act of thirtieth: ,I causam .,.i"luiurn _the trial to I lHllIr"nlnl'n. ty.i U' "
in addition to I .i : capias in tho fit st instnncr. the custody oftherfcc ,.JKrT)6ucbnvoyed :
Fur subsistence, an of April, one Thousand eight hundred j the next term ; and shall allow him
unexpended balance in the Treasury!: &twent twenty-faun,thirty thousand dollars. council to assist him if he irquiie it. Sec. 12. lie it further enacted, to the proper county, for hcV
of December eighteen Sec. it That whenever_ a capias shall l issue proceedings to be had against i such
on the thirty-first Sec. 2. And be further enacted, 3. Be further enacted, .
hundred and twenty-six, of thirty That the following sums, being balances That wlujn any prisoner commit ted on an indictment for a misdemeanoror 1 r soitcr.

thousand dolbrs, twO hundred&. fifty of appropriations heretofore t I I for treason or felony, Fhnll apply to other .crime, bailable by law, it Sec. ]9. Be it further enacted,

four thousand nine hundred dollars. I made, and transferred to the surplus I 1 the court the first day of the term, by shall be the duty of the court to name That afcmc covert or infant, who maybe

For forage for olficers, forty thousand : fund, be, and the same are hereby, re- I petition or motion, and shall- de:;ire the sum in wiiich the defendant maybe a defendant in a criminal case,
admitted which shall be which bailable law who
hundred and twentyeightdollars. I I to hail, may by or
one appropriated to the several objects to be brought to his trial before the
endorsed clerk such be witness for the
by the on capiasand may a Territory, orwho
hereinafter mentioned, to wit : end of the term, unless it appear by '
For the recruitine service, twentysix For road from affidavit, that the witnesses against subsequent process when it is- may enter into any recognizance
thousand six hundred dollars. opening a Memphisiin sues. And when the officer shall arrest required or authorised by law ; and if
; him'
cannot be produced in time the
,
Tennessee to Little Rock in Ar-
he shall admit such be forfeited tho
such defendant
of the :; recognizance !
For the contingent expenses court shall set him at liberty I
kansas Territory two thousand four upon
his her thereon shall he the
him bail
her
service thirteen thousand or on on or entering proceedings
recruiting his bail in such
hundred and dollars eighteen (jiving penally as they
seventy the Governor In other that the
bail except
hundred dollar. into a bond to same as cases,
three shall think reasonable, to before -
cents. appear for the time and .his scire facias shall also issue againstand
in being succes-
For the purchasing department, them at for the
a day appointed
For the of the
addition to materials on (hand, amount- improving navigation succeeding: term. ors ii office, to the use of the Territory be served on the husband of"such :'

iui thousand dollars, two hundred Ohio Mississippi rivers, forty-four Sec. Be with two securities, ,to be approved .feme covert, and parent or guardian of ;;
to forty 4. enacted That
: itfurtkrr
thousand nine hundred and eleven ,
; conditioned of such infant before judgpnc'pi shall
and sixty-four thousand six of by the officer, ,
with such = r
dollars fifty-nine cents. every person charged in be rendered either of them.
and to be void his appearing courton against
dollars
tiicd and twenty-five sev crime, who shall not be indicted before upon
For carrying into effect the treaty the return day of such process, Sec. 20. Be if further enacted,
cents. the
enty-five with the Choctaw Nation of Indians or at second term, after he That when the for the Ter-
For the purchase of Woolens during shall have been committed unless and surrendering! }himself or herself attorney: '
dated October eleventh, eighteen: bond is for- I conceives that or -
the year one thousand eight bunched : the attendance of the witnesses shall in custody; which bail rity any person 'persons
and twenty-seven, in advance for hundred and twenty, twenty-five have been feited, may be proceeded on in the .may have forfeited a recognizance -
to "
thousand six hundred and sixtv-six appear prevented by manner as a recognizance of by him, her or them, entered \
hundred same
the year one thousand eight! himself, shall be discharged from his
thousand dollars sixty-nine; cent bail taken before the court. And if into, he may direct a scircfacias on I
and uvcnty-eigul twenty if
he be detained for
imprisonment,
shall that the court shall i the recognizance, and the defendantor 'I
dollars. For rations to the Florida Indians' that Cause! only ; and if he be not it so happen
the in which the defendant defendants shall, at the .term to I t
thousand dollars not sum
and department name
For the medical hospital twenty-two sixty-eight tried at or before the third term after .
I returned
be admitted to bail or which such process is executed -
twenty-five thousand five and thirty-seven cents. : his examination he shall forever be may '
the clerk shall\ fail to. endorse; it, appear and'p1e and the 'court '
i hundred dollars. For running the line of th land as* discharged from the criiae.
For medical supplies for the posts signed to the Florida Indians, three Sec. 5. Be it enacted the said process l land hull be good in law, shall proceed to 'give judgment the
further term' unless continued for good
the net River the Arkansas and hundred and dollars and the defendant or defendants shall same
,
/n thirty fiftysixcents. That in all trials for such offences
shewn and if the defendant ordcfondants'shall
,
shall bo admitted bail cause
to by judge
for the I any
the Uppor Mississippi!: year .
the prisoner hall have a of the not and plead!
hundred and copy having jurisdiction nf the ofTence.Se appear .
one thousand; thousand eight dollars. twen- Sec. 3. And be if further enacted, I indictment, and of the panel of the *\ 13. Be it further exacted, ,judgment shall be entered against cither t :I
: five
ty-eight For the, Quartermaster General's That the several sums hereby appropriated !jurorsvho are to try him whenever Thiit if th(: SlieritTof 1 the county or of them. 1

Department two hundred and eighty- shall be paid out of any money i ho bh-ill require it. mmi:;teri; l ciTcer ot the court, be de- Sec. 21. Be .it further enacted,

thousand, one hundred and in the Treasury, not otherwise Sere 6. Be it ,further eractrd, ibridant: in a criminal: p:iscCUtiOf, or That in empanelling! grand juries in ,

feveii tWl 1ty..niuc dollars and eighty-nine appropriated : Provided however, That it shall he the duty of ::; clerk I lc char:: :l with hein-an! accomplice, the several courts of this Territory, f

That no money appropriated by this of the court, when anyp run. cV.arr-d I or accss-jry-in any nranncr! thereto, the grand"jury shall.elect their .foreman ,
v irs.For in the Quartenms- act shall be paid to any person for his with I any crime as afore,:i::'., ii r.bt-Jil I or i bo related to the defendant, the who shall take the oath prescribed 1 .

tcr General's arrearages Department, thirty-five compensation, who is in arrears to the to be tried, to issue a rcr.irs facias: clerk rh-l! direct the rcnire facias by.law, ;and all presentments i I

thousand dollars. United States, until such person shall directed to the sheriff o;.iicc lor for the \.i:v to tho coroner of the and indictments shall be.returned by I \1

For Quarter-Master's v supplies, have accounted for, and paid, into tho court, unless h? be the actiued, county, cr h 1'!h& b:} subject any exceptions the grand jury by thcir.fureroan. .,. ; if a i

Iran r.rtatiou and stationary fur the the Treasury, all sums for which he or otherwise disqualified, and :a that : nforiiiaid:: or be absent, he [presentment signed: by.liim, and if au :

.1\l.Ew-y Academy at West Point, may be liabty : Provided, also That I I case to the coroner, coiminnding himto shall direct to tho justice of the peace indictment, endorsed .oiUhc same a

seven thousand nine hundred and fif- nothing in this section shall be con summon, twelve good and lawful \ o.',aid county, eldest! in commission, true bill" &signed also by the foreman. j

teen dollars and forty-two cents. strued to extend to balances arising men of the vicinage: to attend in such who may no bs subject to any ex- : Sec. 22. Be it further enacted,

For articles required for the mathematical solely from the depreciation of Treasury : case as a venire before the cotrrt at ceptionaforesaid: and who has (I Tint provisions of.this u t;t shall.

drawing! chemical, and mi- notes, received by such person, the first Jay of the term, or at such o- I not been concerned in the trial I : d to alljcrhninal 91hats9evc.aten -

neralcgical departments; library, new to be expended in the public service ; ther time as the judge! shall direct. : or commitment of the defendant., er, which may hereafter arise uu
buildings, and repairs and improvement but, in all cases where the salary, or And the officer executing.- said writ, I: But nothing in this act shall prevent any law of this Territory. t

of barrack parade, twenty-four pay, of any person is withheld, in pursuance shall also make out and return, a I I the courts of criminal jurisdiction Sec. 23. And be further enacted, 1

thousand two hundred and twenty- I of this act, it shall he the,duty panel of the jurors so summoned. j I from quashing or setting aside tho That when the Attorney for the Territory t

four dollars! !!; 'ipd] fifty-three conts.For of the Accounting Officer, if demanded Sec. 7. Be it further enicttd, I| array as heretofore, for partiality or may direct a stirs faciason any '

Use: cOJllin!: ''l1cics of the army, by the party, his agent, or attorney Th.it when the sheriff and coroner '! improper conduct in the officer returning recognizance which he may conceive 1.

ten *],1.,,.,and dollars.. to report forthwith, to the Agentof shall bo both implicated in the criminal I the same ; and in such cases, forfeited; and the defendant or (lc- J.

For tho'curnnt expenses of the the Treasury Department, the balance i, charge, or otherwise disqualifiedto the court shall award a new venire fa shall appear and plead, and tender

Ordnance service sixty-five thousand due ; it shall be the duty of said i act, or one only being implicatedthe cias for a jury, directed to such indifferent the body of the person or persons, for t

dollars. agent, within sixty days thereafter, to other shall be related to him, it person,as they mayname. [whose appearance in court ho or they 1

For National Armories, three hun- order suit to he commenced against shall be tho duty of the court, before Sec. 14. Be it further enacted were bound, it shall be duty-ofthe. t

dred and sixty thousand dollars. such delinquent, and his sureties. whom the accused is to be tried to That no judgment in a prosecution Court to receive such person or .per f

For defraying the expenses of the JOHN ,V. TAYLOR> appoint some impartial person, to founded on an information or indictment sons and order them into.custody, unless -

officers oi Militia who are employed Speaker of the: House of Reprcf entalives' summon a venire, lo whom tlu. writ shall bo arrested..or reccivctl.af- new.and sufficient! bail bel given I
J. C. CALHOUN
upon the Military Board which prepared : Vice-Preside w of the United States, of venire facias, shall be accordingly ter a verdict thereon, for any'dl.fect and to discharge.further proceed tings '

the system of Cavalry, Artillery, I I awl President of the Senate. directed, and who shall be governed in form, in such indictment, information 'on said.scire facias. f:

and Infantry exercise, one thousand 1 Approved, 2nd March, lf 1 t by the same laws, rules ,atld r ;ulat ,or. verdict, provided such indict- .PasscdJtw,16th, Wi'. I it!

.six hundred and eighty dollars. :I JOIN QLlNCY ADAMS. ;j tions, as in such cases apply to the., t or information shall substantialmgr APrutrd! Jatlu.r3 19ih 1827.. i.i t i.:

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The defence of the. *!KNC, ?< !.U.1". am srrNbl-no claim
trad wa! west. othr t:..,
whsc ?
'. -- to talU Ly excluding from the provisions -I leu, ambitious c 1 lit:r 1,1/1-; murder. f ed in the protection ol this cxpoted part ; purpose, aud honest zeal to devdope ttCfn!. .

) ; PROCLAMATION. of the interdict all hose British I! Sterioff, whose passtime! the chastoemcnte was ot, J, and all thcicfore w ill doubtless unite in ac- i' as rny I humble abilities would enableV' .r

suffer*, uudcr what all arc equally interested the resources of this interesting *
I I
of the ftnIpIiSIuitg !
1 vessels wl ich lore either now in the I the United<< titatc ill the campaign* C I couutrv hose interests KJrtifl! tJ '
,
ports ofthe United States, or which :I I years' 1812 and- Isis, they bhc might affairs, duringthe by a in.The security Floridadepcnds much, in me. were "Jufidct tl> ,

t .may arrive previous to the first of adnmmtralion of our p been returned to nddition to a chain of fortifications, on the I cannot deny myself th. pleasure -

July next* in ignorance of the existencc I!!I i Jackson ihc probably from whence, have they absconded. I density of her population and in the! same I dining % 'I.: C'itir.e.is: of Pensacolaobedience j
Country the bulcs in their collective to llieir;
that) invitation
decree j
cordial1and
her so
of alive to own
I sensibly
prohibition. I Georgia however, interest in this
I I the receiving of them
Circular to Hie Collectors. I l riirhts,,the objected Indian to title to.which the (10\' m- subject, ought to be the encouragement extended and us 1 have no engagement 'for Tliurilj I) f) '

under ol.liga- to nn enterprising population disposed nf'xt. I promise in}self the 1 satisfaction ,1y
was
I mentor the I'nittd' States f
1 : ()
TREASURY DEPARTMENT l locate on our shores. meeting ou on that
the ides oflhe n-muv- to ) day.-IJe pleased
j tious & j
.Jllrc.l.1 th, 187.: S I ailif t the to extinguish"c\'t ..allntlia.n tribes to the U,est I What allurements, if any, might be suc- convey to the you r represent the 83S1r t _
I presented to induce an emigration anccs of tlie: hich consideration
0- Sm : I send herewith a of of\lississippi, not avitlgbcrn J generally c cessfullv with: whitf,
copy General Government
: JIUT1IOI ITr. that time; tiC Indiana obtained I to lands which even the 1 h1\ c the! honor to be,
the President's Proclamation ditrd I encouraged ttt : unfit to y
:
: Mr ICE PRi/mENTor THE UNITED STVTF.S- from our then Chief Magistrate has pronounced survey our obedient st rvan
this the t effect of which I a promise merits serious consideration. Some legislation Jos. M. \vuVn
WHEREAS by the sixth section I day, by you i that equitable provision should :.
will perceive that: thc trade between ,t' be made for them 'within the limits ot theTerritorv. on the subject would seem however no- SlI.VF.5TF.n .ulIL, }
1 ofan act of Congross entitled An effort WimaJe to c essarily identified with the policy of selfpicscrtalion HKVT.Y: %n"u.O: I IUJ.t
the United :States; aRd certain colonial Au abortive -
I l .intercourse I if those districts of country \\
commercial and MCllKEI
act to regulate the with the Indians in Florida, in! I Committef
h
t between the United States and ports of Great Britain, as opened I thcfall negotiate! of the year 18:12: kit was not until which tin United states estimate as of D. C. FlMCIIAU, l behalf Of t.

which b v the act certain British Colonial ports, the subsequent year (ij
j March ISiM entitled "An I listen to a hardy population might be extended N. II. Ar.t.K: l'cl1tlt'
act to numbers to
'. the first day of regulate sembled in sullicient J ''!':.
on *
was approved soand the alarm on JOHN KfA
ol nlonrj our sea coast, to DI i.A I
I from the
die government
commercial intercourse between
J propositions
auv :
March, in the year of our Lord 1823, the United .the U. S. as to their; future disposition.The the approach of danger, and check a foe DAN'I.: I:. Ui'Kcit,
States and certain
4 cted that this act 'uuless locate until reinforced from a stronger neighbor- Alie'tb"
t it i is 'eu I1 commissioners were instructed to cloth was removed the fun.Jil
, t repealed, altered or amended by Colit B riti colonial ports, is cluscd ; and them within narrow limits and ?.* Jar i hood.i t toast* were given. g

shall he and continue ju force that the provisions of the act of April I south as possible! and\ the discordant materials With these outlines of the general views Set Toasts.
gress, I Indian was [ I entertain as to the prominent measiiu-j
the fi.irhtcemh! 1818 entitled "An afI. hiLh the population
enumerated British ,
so lone as the above I composed with their erratic state of life, I essential to the prosperity and security of I. Oar Countrq.-Distizg'i1ucti
the act concerning navigation! and those i feel of alik f-r
slrtil be to I incapable
colonial ports open 'endcieditexceediugly difficult to induce our common country the variety of its climate: : and OlhC
: admission of the vessels of the United o the act ofl\lav the fifteenth, 1820, I them! to accede\ to ny term not enforced I disgnUing my sentiments on a jne.stion the enJoin of its imtiliition?lH, the i tfn; :

t Stales conformably to the provisions entitled "An act supplementary to 3 by the cxfiv.ise of nutlioritr. Their con i which "seem now to agitate the public mind!, happiness and enterprise of nuejjence '
I I with! ihl'ev.-
, Parliament of the an act entitled! An: art eoIIcrflilig navigation sent was, however, iVcally obtained to a location and ii: which, I profoss in Common .
! of the .British act I- fellow citizens to feil a lively&utercst.i'lmommgil jikL
I with condition
south Alaclma, annexed manyof my The Afpmnry of \1J/
the i ; are in 1Or('( Tlwf'c! : several flJfm.-1t.e
vwcnty.fourtbjuJi1ne last, being j f that their boundaries should be extended i as a Territory we havenot deliverer of his ('!lnutr)'. In the\ cabinet
j forty-fourth rtiapter of the Acts of act have: heretofore been transmitted north, if upon examination by a i a voice in the general goveinmont, 'yet tented field with the "force vf Or

1 '" the third year of George the Fourth : j I to you, at periods when their commissioner to be appointed on the part of ;i our sthtC of colonial servitude should not the "m rilllltllit of force," be argU"l'or was :
: in but the United! State* the country assigned: make us insensible to tlu; preservation of eur
the trade and intercourse provisions were operation ; copies i ready and alnnys victorious.
But if at time
\ any insufficient for their tho principles on which hinge the -
considered egreat
, should be
:'J. John Adainf
of them are ; rain enclosed for Quincy President
States of
United
the
f I between support. As commissioner, nominated very purity and excellence of that government the United States,

i and all or any of the above enumerated your information and government.As conformably! to this provision of the treaty in which with much solicitude. we ex.'pect 4. John C. Calhoun. Vice I'rcsiicnt:
.
, I British colonial ports, authorized British vessels from some of the I examined country with much attention 1' at no distant period to become a par- the United States.Z. of

the said act of Parliament, should colonial }ports ,specified in the first L and being unwilling to permit the Indians i I iy.-All political measures of a general nature The Ilcidx of Tkp.-zr.'mt.
i by to the injury ofthe Territory, to occupy at1t:.:t the people Florida as much as
British Order in section of the act of the 1st of March, G. JO ;joI'H M. \Vuif2: ci:>-fH"" in u'uhrd
he prohibited by a a greater extent of laud than what [ an} ofthe citizens ofthe Stf\tes-If an une- ;

f Council, or by an act of Parliament, 1823, may new be-within the United was absolutely necessary for their vsubsistence : quitable system of encouraging& manufaci guest cordial, we v/flrome hail: his leturn ir 1 Florida, with a
an! unshaken
then, from the day of the date of such States, and consequently must ,have 1 reported the Hues as marked by i t '; by Legislation at the expense; of the fidence in !:is pl. career (cheers. con.

Order Council oractof Parliament arrived anterior to the date of the me amply sufficient for that obj-'Ct. My i. gi eat agricultural: : interests is resorted to byCongress j I )
Col Wiiitr1? !!Vr .10 je and made in
the then President the citizens Fbi ida n ill haveto substance:
report was approved by 011]
shall Proclamation the President directs !: the loiiov.-ijiij4-rMi.iri ,
,
:
that the :?
from the time same I.
or irt'the United States and ordered to Lexe- beir the burthen in common with li!isuuthtrii
commence to DC in force proclamation that all such British vessels be allowed their : hud if should ?! It is with \\'ucfted emotions ofgratiturJe-
cuted. Tho Indians however v-ih neighbors! war at ajny !L ,
to'that effect having been made by to depart{ from our portswith habitval disposition to murmur, so long a; tim bedvternanvd on, the blood of her j,: (;i. ntienic.), tnat I receive this unequivocal

the President of the United States, their cargoes. As others may arrive cowplaint can be conveitccUo profit, con people must and will bcfieely shed, though! I 1' iriai'Iiestatioijotyour; friendly consideration

between the date of the tinued their opposition to the limits assigned they have not a voice m it'* declaration. and public Confidence.' The sentiment just
each and provision of this act I proclamation
every thorn<< untii they succeeded obtaining There an cvi ",'ut propl C'tJ ti.c.'itbre proposed and received with so much cor
so far as the same shall apply to the f and the time of its reaching you, he their object, during the first session; of the in your opinions being expressed rn such dia itrha" excited that sensibility and pride

intercourse between the United States also; directs that as to these the for- late Congress, having their boundaries points where they may prove influential.: which the approbation of.so large and respectable -

and the above enumerated 'British colonial feitures and penaltiesof the aforesaid I extended so as to embrace the I;:!!' Ham- though 3 ou have not a controling l'c in a portion of my constituents, Sf)

in British vessels shall acts of April the 18th, 1818, & May lUCId and swamp, districts of country in the decisions.-The election of the Pres. }justly deserve You cannot greet my return -
ports, themselves more than sufficient for the sup dent of the U. Stales one of thct e general home with more pleasure and gratification -
: cease to operate in their favor ; and the 15th, 1820, be not enforced ; but port ofthc whole nation. While this !subject subjects to which 1 am an are the citizens than it has afforded me to meet YOl13"'aiu.

I each and every provision of the Act that they too be permitted to depart. was in agitation, 1 remonstrated in a of Florida arc not indifferent, and in the The confidence you have been

I concerning Navigation,' approved on I And if, after you shall have received I letter addressed to the Secreiaiy 4tf War, approaching contest het1'ecll11'. Adams pleaded to express in my public course i is

the eighteenth of April one thousand the proclamation, British vessels against the measure, as prejudicial to the Hd Gen. Jackson feel assured they incline the highest reward to which a public fcrvant
permanent interests vf the Territory and J to him who has done! them most service can aspire. I do! not deem it necessary,on
of should arrive within the of the
eight hundred and eighteen, and ports strongly urged the re-cxaiuination of the "a.ud from whom they have most to ex the present occasion, to occupy yonr time

the act supplementary thereto, approved I U. S., from some one or more of the country by -more competent judges than pect. \\-.hatevermay be our gratitude to with any enumeration of what I have doneor

.. on the fifteenth of Slay, one said British colonial ports, in ignorance uryself, before its int.ullicieney to supportthe the man "who has filled the measure of his endeavored to do, rny public acts ere

.. thousand eight hundred and twenty, ofthe existing prohibit which population to located cm it, was incautiously eunu ry's glory ;"jhowererina<{equatcly.wemay known to you all, and the consolation I derive -

the I determined In the 'limits allotted be-ablc to repay; him for the distinguished from this public approbation of then
t \ :shall revive and be in full forcer laws impose tc their entry, the by me as commissioner, I 'had in services he has rendered, they all shrink will B< ver be forgotten. I offer you, Gentlemen -

'And whereas act.of the British President further directs, that incase the view ulterior : as aTe sentiment
by an the and important object of before what, it is expected, is yet to be accomplished ,

1 Parliament, which passed on the .. ; of all British vessels so arriving, the removal of the Indians west of the by his elevation as chief magistrate prosperity of Pensacola.

fifth day of July, in the year of our prior -to the first day of July next, you Missisxipiji: i.and while humanity dictatedthe ofthis 'Republic.-Feeling .there 7. The Constitution of the United Staty
granting: them a country adequate to fore de/p i interest in the triumph of the *
Lord 1825, entitled, ." An act to repeal cause notice be given to them, assoon -A Washington, Jefferson, a Hamilton,
their that it should
be
support, policy urged principles for which I believe his friends are 1 I
I the several laws relating to the as possible! of the prohibition, so limited that their restlessnessuud r necessary now contending ; convinced that his selection | a Franklin, with other patriots! and sages

Customs," the said act- of P Ariiamentof accompanied by orders for their departure restraint should render them plia- as President of the'U. States will re |I! the made palladium it.-Let of us revere liberties.and protect it, ?

the 24th of June,'1822, was repeal- within twenty-four hours, ble instruments: in the hands of future negotiators. store the'polilir.nl l&ud markt departed 8. The Memory our Jefferson and Adamf.
.-T hey have had however a from tlie beacons which directed the Patri
country
l' I cd ; and by an another act of the British whhout'iHiiading ; upon their failure ; -one the author and the other the ablest
them with which
ipren they profess to be otsuf't3 through the storms ofthe Revolu
Parliamentjpassed the'fifth day to comply -.with which orders will 1 advocate of the Declaration of Indepen
i ; on you satisfiedjind, there therefore should now tion, it would be disingenuous in me not to dence.
of July, in thc.yearofour Lord 1825. proceed to enforce against them tl-, -* I "Actions to the application wr>R'r/*', tJT ou "J ..1-.t.. _. vqUf. w.ote. ..
: .I -' ..--. T-VtJVlEC |misiuu:>iui inu airibTrisi reCU (I. to confine hem to the li.uitl, to check their he directed ill my favor, the litde influenceI 9.ri t-yofthc United States.-W*

J the- Fourt'git'ter1"1 An aet to regu-t In case of all British vessels arriv- depredations __A ___ ., _-... ___i. i.a, may possess will be excicified in unison have witnessed: the energy of its prowess
its.-What wHl be the effects of this unne with thosefavorable to thc- lction of Andrew we are now enjoying the Benefits of its sci-
.
late the trade of the British possessions; in<:' within our ports- from any of the cessary extension Territory in reconciling Jackson. Your fellow citizen ence.

,I abroad," and by an order of His'Bri- aforesaid.British colonial ports, after the Indians to their. present condition, James Gadsden., 10. The Navy of the United States.

I tannc Majesty in Council, bearing the first of.July, you will, forthwith, and throwing additional obstacles in the ----...-- .. Kings Turks have have felt its power and Turban'd
--- bowed before
date the 27th of July 1826 the trade enforce against ihem the provisions ol' way oftheir fiual removal, Y9U are the better its supremacy.
I ,
i'. able tojudge. As a member of this community !!?> m DaA
and intercourse authorized by theaforesaid those acts.I'have I have long felt with you the evil L great and growing Republic ; the people of

act Parliament, of the the honor tc remain, your of au Indian population within the bouu- this Territory, yield to none in their devotion

24th of June, 1822, between the'Uni- obedient servant, duties of a country exposed externally to the constitution and liberty of the

from its frontier position, and weak internally United States. May she soon assume her
I ted' States and the greater part of the :RICIIARDRUSIf.G&DSDEN'S .
station
from the dispersed and inconsiderable among the Stars of the L'nion.
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said British colonial ports therein enu -- --"b..; number of its inhabitants. 12. The Florida Canal.-When completed -

merated, have been prohibited upon ______ .CIRCULAR._ ___ There are few countries, the rp.sources it will contribute to give wealth to our
and from tho first day of December u '5" -_ ::....= ofwhich can be more advantageously developed Territory, security and facility to our commerce -

.4 last past, and the contingency has; To the People of Florida. : or beneficially enlarged by the pros 1 and merited distinction to those

ecution ofajudicious system! internal improvement uho projected and patronized its execu
which the Presidentof I have been
arisen
thereby on presented by friends
I : my asa than Florida.-Her soils and tiolt.

the United States was authorizedby of candidate the United to Stated.reprtsent To you in the Congi s her climate are adapted to the most valua 13. Woman.-Her worth is recorded on

the sixth section aforesaid of the I opinions leave :election your unbiassed productions & it needs only the access the tablrrs of each manly heart, loved in
un
iu
which
act of Congress of 1st March, 1823, ,I alone arc interested, and in which the you to her narbors and sounds to !be improved S. prosperity, in adversity adored.Volunteers. .
candidate and the mc.ir.s of rapid and e'CtJnomical FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 182;.
to issue a proclamation to the effect should feel no oilier solicitude, than .
-
therein mentioned that ariiing from the very laudable ,pride (( communications, through-her interior, and Verif sans -
: j along her sea const too enlarged, to. rca peur. IJy Commodore Woolsey
Now, therefore, JOHN QUINCY hit enjoying fellow citizens.and meeting, t/io confidence of der all parts of the union, tributary to her __ :- U The people of the Unie1SkztsF.eva! -

'. ADAMS, President of the United I The relations between Constituents and prospoiity and n'alth.-Natul has presented Dinner to our Delegate. t/n: of mind qualified them for self-govern

States of America do facilities in the number her water On the 5th ment, self government has made them
: hereby declare! Representatives, can need ut this day, no : inst. agreeably to the icsolutiori.s I- !

and proclaim that the trade and inter I I illustration : while the votes of the former : courses be rendered aud lakes uavit;, and:)!be: where or niadetributury the3e cannot -- adopted at a public meeting, and the JJy great Col. Brooke.The .

authorized the said of are directed by public and not personal c.: l1scqUf'l1t.arrangeweut made by the se
course by act I to canals and artificial channel ; lect Xnry mfUnitcd Slates.-HoDO.
considerations wajs Committee
the
so nn
Parliament of the 24th of June,. 1822, be distinguished course of the la.u"er.will her elevated ridges will supply the ddiciency ot the most unusually large; concourse to w /horn honor L: title.liyS. .
by a devotion the respectablecitizens; of
between the United States and the : general good, vigilantly guarding the to in firm substantial roads-we nee'd: only Pcusacola assembled at Collin's Hotellnd Ham leton F.sq. of the ? av'c.
rights L Laud
British Colonial ports enumerated in r 1r interests of all whom lie may be the preliminary, minute and scientific examinations received our worthy and distinguished Delegate The defenders (fFurt Erie.-Bowingto(
ap Col.
ofthe Brooke
surveyor, to give direction ) "Honor whom honor is
to
pointed to and ; the lIon. JOSEPH M. WHITE
the aforesaid act of Congress of the represent, zealously promo to the skill of the with the duc."
engineers and where
ing to the best of ha abilities, the : most cordial welcome. About
$ :1st of March, 1823, have been, aud prospi-iity unJ honor of their security common fr no constitutional, scruples: within the limits persons tat; down to a sumptuous entertainment. seventy Hy Col Jo?. Nori"a.

arc, upon and from the 1st day of December country.-Looking steadily to the ofa Territory claimed and enjoyed iu ciiui- Among distinguished Our Worthy lJclcgTtc.Iaj all hearts
consummation guests were
went all tie States unite
1826, by the aforesaid two of these objects ; the unsettled con by : can present impediments Commodore Wuolscanti Co!. Urooke.: All in his re-election.

several acts of Parliament of the '5th dition of the laud claims under foreign the to appropriations for such enlarged seemed,to enjoy the-harmony and unanim Uy S. Bill Esq i. '
objects most Nacal i
sanguine !
i grants; the relation with the Indian tribes expectations may ity which prevailed in the expression of Outfits [ rtnry ill the late 7J:!r.-
; of July, 1S25, and by the aforesaidBritish occupying a pertion of Florida; the inter- encouraged/that wise and practicable approbation for the conspicuous services of The enemy thought they had to coiitcn-I

: t Order in Council of the 2th iialirnprovementofthecomitry ; the moral system improvement<< all,that is necessary : our Delegate in favour of 'jnr Territory. with a Hull only, but they soon found" the

: day of July, 1S26,. prohibited. advancement outs population,-by the general The to advancement ensure it favor and protection. The fallowing i is the loiter of invitation with ship! full rigged. ._
of D.
Uy C. Piukliam
a in t-ol.
diffusion of education country must a While's reply.Pe'nsaec.Ia. Esq.
Given under hand the ; and
at of sccniity
my City great degree be subservient ; Greerf.
.: from external invasion to the cha- 3rd April 1827. -1'hc .Nursery Genius, of SritMireand -
are
Washington, this -17th day ofI 1 importance & which should objects of primary acter of its population, the happu $t *ftVcts: DfunSiR : The Citizens of Pensacola, of son!-r. There is a redeeming Spirit

March,in theyear of our Lord 1827, occupy the early &. assiduous attention necessarily in its moral and political condition may be have view) ed wii i feelings of approbation murmuring; beyond thy classic hill! tops.IVerve .

i I t and the fifty-first of the Independence of your-.Delegate.The anticipated: from the general dissemination aud prid'- the talent and! indefatiga to thine arm and

of the United States. : large bodi,! of land within the limitsof education.. The very: nature of our LIe zeal, which! upon every occasion you Hope to thy heart.
,
government prosuppo i intelligence in the have exerted By James
Florida claimed to advance G. Drake
individual theprosperity Esq.
by under
JOHN ;
QUINCY ADAMS.By people, and in the
same; device tint the wealth and '
importance oftht
foreign and Territory hir
grants, which
Lave 01 "tt'mll
nut
as yet Territory. complexion -
the Presidents mass aretiulightemd will IJc the dl'ttedchat Florida
I been acknowledged on th' part of the United ; acting under this sense of your jhrii! at all times but more
adcr of rulers appeals
j II. CLAY.Secretary. States, set like ainncubus on the pios- laws and the our excellence, the ond ui.-duin of our Cervices, they have appointed us a Committee pei-f-: :{ w lien blended with the aid of Ifhile.Maiu .
duration
perity of our Territory. of to im ite you to partake of a nihrr
ofState.r Until they can beadjWicated our institutions. The rich have public volunteer tnt were !given
., ". .. -. and the ritfht of ownen.uiu. established I intellectual the'meansof dinner, to 'be given at Collin's Hotel, at winch \\c have been unable to ohtaiu.Exrarl .
i ii :rom the .">at lona[ Journal. some of the- fairest I improvement at their<< command such tune as your convenience will permit.

Saturday Ereniug, March 17, 1827. our Territory will remain in portion ; of I it is,however only by the judicious We bcr leave to tender to you individual
forest
a state, from a letter in the Jlditnr, tided
application of those
We publish this .evening extra of no value the resources which a liberal ly our high and have the
an to claimants : respect, honor
t and denied -to paternal,Government to :-1'. ,\tfit UPTIME, L 7 rh March, lc<27.
place at be with
for the of the CKterprize emigrants. The may our -the highest consideration, Col.
: purpose announcing early !'enitory disposal, that the benefits of education your White's prospects arebriX'hteninjjinthis

I to our commercial friends, a ,copy of .therefore, has a deep interest in the be extended to the cabins ,ofthe 'indigent.can I most Sir.vtsTKiiBir.1.very humble servants. District'el') da y. he will et at l leai-t
speedy termination'of conflict for rights The : : two thirds of aU the Florida,
addressed ,
the Circular by theSecre- between Territory af Florida presents an ,Ihnr'usu votes: in Eat
a government and its- eople, the, exposed frontier encircled I ; and in the City (3 or 7 to one. Tin pcopieirktdssectjiu
tary of the Treasury to the Collectorsof continuance by oceans and 'rUIrASEnnEE
.which is Commitl.t !
as opposed to indi- indented of the
the different ports, and intended to cued vidualjusticc, as'it is foreign to the enlight I and to be accessible. easily -penetrated bays and through harbors her, D.11.C. PlN'KHAM, iJe/talfof theCitizens i. the zeal and ability Country, which duly he appreciate has manifested

Proclamation of the policy of an equitable.governraeiL CRUPPER: of iu tin
: accompany navigable $:Jreams. The war of the management of the concernsofthe
Our revolution N. II.
Indian ALLEN
: President of the United States, which, much of relations have -occupied ,the later -contest with Great llcain DE L. ,RUA. Pcnsaeota.JOHN Territory, during the two last sesMOHS -
j attention
rnjr since my removal to and the conflict ,with the Seminole \ of Congress, and will not permit his
with the laws of. nation
together 1&18, and this Territory, and the which DAN. l::. HunCH, fidelity
agency I have and his
all to,
demonstrate the facilities) unparallclled! industry, jounrewarded.
:1820. was published this morning hud, inxrommon with others, in the early .territory,affarded to an which this Hon. JOS.)M. WHITE. They well know that no'youug

I The act of March 1, 182a, under the negotiations held with: them, .having been against the U. States.-Its enemy military operating position ( } ESUCOLA. April 3rd, 1827. member stands higher, in Cou rtiiq.or: roininaiids -

I authority of which the Proclamation exposed to for some animadversions, will be my gave it a value to the Union which will receive CIEVTI.KMKV have had the honor to more respect and hillucncearV"ah: -
the kind
apology
' your and friendly note of this i1)
comments
and historical be ton.or deserves better constiiurn'iat
: has been issued, is now published also. detail with which I have sensibly diminished wkhou* the prosecution morning, expressing the approbation of of his '
indulged on the j of a well derised of home.than Col. White and therefore IJ"y
system
.-As no power was vested by law, subject.It and naval defences against external sea coast my fellow-citizens ot Pensacolu of my pub- are not disposed to change him for ;,unofner

in President, to make the Proclamation ... I is known to most of ny fellow citizens, miC!. Florida is the portaljhrough ene- lic course, in the discharge of the duties who if he possessed the .same talents t zeal
which
that on the cession of Florida a imposed by the station iu which I wns placed t. their
to the-United interests at
1- prospective in its operation it I Ij foreign foe must pass to assail: many of the the would have to serve
States
the whole with by people of this Territory, and offering least
country, ( the excep south one Conjjrpss/ before he couU al'qrlife
and
western states her tine
,
will be the Circular and
by that bays in their
seen the tion of a few scattering and exposed Stt- harbors me behalf an invitation to a the standing which the Col. .
: '\ President has given all the Scope to a tlemcnts) from the Choctawhatcbee west, which. a marine present force favourable positions from public dinner as a testimonial of their ap now jOSCi5C..N'w
'
may operate with} injurious
;; towards to the source o! the OckJewaha cast probation. Post O.JJire.-\ Office has b-ru
friendly disposition Great was effect on the comlnl'rceofthe r
(;
i claimed and occupied by Indians ulr I have to offer my profound acknowledgements I established) at Brownsville i in this Territory,
J Britain left refugees Mexico and thus .
wUicb'Jie: was at liberty indirectly conduct hostilities for this
: from' the four. southern nations, Tinder Jaw-1 distinguished: evidence of I on the Clmtiahoocliic River; Utl.\hT: fll11U
the
" 1 b If \ J agaipt. more interior Iit6\t \ftbe thc; C9ijsiJerition and rr:ard, pf w, i ich I ODGES Esq appuiiiivd {Just .:Master.



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,, I '"( ', .' 1 fr tu "l!.. rr- 1.:; 1 writer. at \ li.-, 1141 tHe poiifcal; ; : land marks have Le-'u dtpana tio of ir.rrcase decrease

,I U .\1: i" vt f* hr MlU.tmuT iiftWitP opinions of our Di1erate from Lauil mark established by a WASH- cvetv 1: tplanJs, *>i 10i ; N' Orleans, 10J a
I,', '; k rV lt.t"II ('f'l'all .111(1 ('.1. \\ IlitC, I presintas IXCTOVland mark which hare guided a where, as it respects population, with : 12i ; Alabama, 9$ a 10$.
', ", Oll } (r- Ill and Hir.iU' nature, ri'ircatodly oxpiossod md infurrf.,1 the Charleston March .. .
i: actual increase %6 During the
l' i-f long list ('f ereat and good wen, distin.Rimhed ; hence,.thoiigh anew i -- last
., ;
uryuU-
: >t'i the pioprlitv in his ,
.., t \h" week considerable
: > pulljr |I\'ttm-s and for husmes was done in
I I ihimmh the nu-uium of iIi rirtnestheir, talents, and village may double in a 'single
. ,':c.t imttrr-i si-cechcs} as well in mo he their l the lower qualities of Loiag Staple Cotton.
\U'llll'lIt! "fthi! ((JlIWr!\ aO\\- as subjects patriotism. His extreme modesty in its
'nlt' year a large city hi-hcst
,
i :-'t.c tW\ i.j iih'.t; >hrd i in the T. !!.lh:' '.1'a-J luis :o ably presented to tho attention will not permit him to say of how much importance of statc'l I particularly Maine and Sowew; the latttris
\1. dr-MjMi 1 1IP" prosperity scarcely attains nearly all out of otrkrt
rM.ii-nt
Some
Wit 1ii is
: .-r Z.IUIt-mf': !, a aa of C tclerrion" ns Delegate to ,
..t'-''...,..ron'* :! 'ctir\'Mi.it! ul.IUI' import 0 ; oiiffrc5: In supporiing Col.Gadwicii l.i l. I aid -his" ( r-rkson's) "selection as Press- dition of 5 per cent. The operationof sales of Sea Island bar been made at

,. j. I -. \' ,in'a&HUt. l.im s.-, v\c mfiT-tint ,i then ((jud-intr from his cjr.cuuir ,lent," in(r-*t'//! the ancient political landmarks this principle being considered 22 cents. We quote Sea Winds 4t 17*
: M ,., ._ K a t) 1..1lJt'l!(' .1:.i'J.';t l\il. \1 htc: !' the lo 22 j Maine, 15 a 17 ; 8aatee 16
:
: I I ) pooj' of Florida could I ; but we ore left to infer that it is the of 15;
For tl.ig .t-')n we : growth this place during the -
i
,, .".:."o {;i'1* tWII- essential And for his I Stained, 8 a 10 cent,. The business done in
,0 th'fFMu- not a rhunjjc of but so much political I
.1' t,;"4 j:! ---\rial' puhi"3T' !?; oil vrilfliflaitli I' rxpoct measure knowledge, candor, and modetly. last two years, has been greater : Uplands was fair at the prices of to*week

., ."- ., : !i is ,t'i 1t11ri.iznrJ j>;tnt of "onu'I\'r-y iiMt, that"r p.r..uual-' only a chango of persous in their Deloiriito. I have been accustomed to consider the than that of any former period. I I The receipts dnring the week were cnsxil ;

., ::",\"'jIJ 4titIt'ci.ttt\ I,: t1d ill rl'fC'I'I'm'cI' \ .-Under this vipw'if' 1H'lip\'c'l talents ofCol. Gadsden respectable at least, The number of houses erected during i I erable. He continue to qDOte 184 a 92,

: : \r,. n-taU'i! that : tiin will he his circular )however principal sale were at V cent for rood
.,..:" t "1Ii., fltiulI rr people unwilling to c\ is calculated to makeus the year 1826, exclusive of back I
I. t 1'.11-,,ot ln''ii iI i< nf nthcr l I.trt> .-l.} IlUU chineatrio. ) l and approved Delegate belike that this opinion was delusion, lots. i t

.. ".. ..tt' 4l..: .t&ati of i'ciu Lt.u;.' IIIt'lJf I in : and he now appears before you as a violent buildings, stables, fcc. is 180 ; the SaranmiA, Berth 27.-Upland. ,
prime
,.. .' of honour, who have "lOse iuduvtry antI talents tlu'" whole is
,
nu amount Now
wh 2,495.
.f parti/an, I tii'i inferior
prostrate 04 a
0 licit alter your 94 ; to good,8 a 8$, Sea If
: i t.i lii> \.c v' Iu' public, have ju by ajjing the deducting
; :, :1. fila,;! ,fcti'!itHi uf all the a contest amount, the build land, fine to fancy, 20 to 26; inferior to
:.! I. I' .A is i he t tri .d in the leiris.laiive PrecMrmial election.
to
..1 Aii-.' *'* i" lurntlie i"' p'itue par- eap.icily: yet ( You can readily ings exclusively devoted to business, good, 16 to 194.PcnaroZa _
'
1-1:1 iai cui i.uricil aii Iwulll'atl,: mul furum ; and more especially as judge| brtwern the two candidates now before it will
,, tll'-\ tiv.Hf:h'II. To Ii-utu.iti', you, and the result will show whether be found that Cincinnati may 13th April.-Tfce business of
'&',; 1:1;;! tile HOW candidate no new the week in
.. taut th. -,' tt ;*'nt "f to!: IIJattt'rill proposes you prefer one who has been tried and average nearly eight persons for every I this article :amounts to bout

; ):. "".t *-.1 r'I"I j I:;' Ii 'iK.l.iV.r! 1_"> byth JM'Uj lino. --,of policy in relation to the affairs foundfaii/ful to tho interests rrflhe Tcrriry dwelling.The : GOO bales of all sorts, at prices somewhat

; j' ".. i.- to ii.ip.ii-h tinr.u'v ul".hosi' ol Honda.That or one who promises he faithful to tin only which the lower than last quotation, we quote Alabama ;
subject
) \ th tt'rtIfittf. I interests of of the upon 7i to 9 cents. Adrice (rom Mobile
: a.1: hf ptbh.i.it of Col. Gadsden's one political parties of tilt '
po1ir
t: \\ .. .J h. U' t }iT"T l t"> forkmtd ill in.ittrr: of ; part Nation. authors had not the most infallible to the 9th represent that market quite overstocked 11 tJ

0 ,1"! .. (.1.1! ;tn. 11 is u t-l! knuun that "ur o miuii ; relative to the Indian?, which he Florida. data for their estimates, is that of imports principal tale at 7 to 8 cts. :

,? 'It. u :".-"-'' tit this lilUitM: mtio.; JUl: i says U has been exposed to some an- and But -- I

,, ,.::1. that} ha Lcui j-ubli-ht: <1 in tin.ift.iii! : iiiMclvoiVions '* he lus omitted to _- exports. they employed Delegate to Congress -
S ,.,". ,u..tf '' .1 "h. ,:!I" :! :* v..Vlit lliYn.. ; notice 1XSO1LLANC. every means wijhin reach, to arrive f ;;
*"'i .:-.iarri. jstru !'} tii.Vhit.--th.it a pro- ; in his circular, at least he has o- -. -- at correctness. The result of ELECTION, U

:i-i'.i i ".i- JU.I .', bv. tilt f'wllli: if 411. CaB I niitied{ the only part on which we From. the East Florida lf rnld. their laborious FIRST MciiDAY or MAY. '.
:'f. ( ....WHOUM th unSlii" ii .lif'n; !-, In examining the laws of tho last investigation, is doubt- Candidates.JOSEPRM. ,
,. .' 'i -\ t" n.' t by ihr! fi'i'i'il: (-t" ( '"!. \\ hu>, ever heard any anima versions. less as near right as it is possible to

.,". 'i .n..3t--:4 ,,4.lirr! in (' v.-rc; I'nlll"IUl..J There is another part: of his circular Council, which were put into our be ; and as their grand object was tokeep WHITE.

:, :: I ..i '',ii;"ii b j ill I.J.rlll': "/1l.J.Jl.rtlblJ ama hidi i is calculated to iiive erroneous hand.by a frii-nd, we were curious below rather than to transcend JAMES GADSDEN.
". :; T. ii. ,
:/ .iiji .
:
'f enough in An for the
the it i is this Col.Gadsdrn !. to prct act establishment .
,
; ,i: ,:.::1J.-lJlI- ha.l hl'ca m,1l1"ty: terms impression the real stite of business, their calculations -
ii'j t :', -. 1fi'i*-ut :1- pubii-hul) a? well ;,s 1 by tt.i t the Indians "succt>eded of Free Schools in Florida -
.j'inuJbtllhich! w,-:'" not ,'. ..u--I says may be fully relied on. The
", :: i'ii < otherwise, an act to raise a revenue S1Ua RmWmro
ri.:< .j 1 tiv iart*, :i (;.l. Von: r hiliotl, hrp.trtir in uht.iiniri their object during the amount of imports is pit down at .4

i .:. '.1.11: ; 1lW'\C1I1 rXllanill'; tllr un.trtaiIi !first; scion cf the late Connress, uf1m"iu in said Territory. $2,525,590 dollars that of the exports -
: ,' :;W '''!! vt hulll !, and al ilicdcc On reading the Act did we find aword ; t of rensa o1a.
I their boundaries extended I
\\ciTinuiiuiK !! so i is l ,063,360 dollars. From this
it 'r u1.I1:'flt t uim.tui; ':it!<
M--I ,ij'xu. Hi i'<>rsi: ,Tid a! the propusitiuii I 'mo include the Big i Hammock" &c. : about revenue or free Schools I estimate, it is impossible to ascertain -

i ?m li ir, tht t"i:' iiu? of ihr charuMijinj party, This is calculated to give the impres- No, not one word ; but found that it exactly what the balance is because ARRIVED.
tai itI !- ,
ii
.' ll1a1u.a5: tl.iriby \ ) w
hr u was an act to incorporate John L.
,:,* :.. sion, that their boundary was extended avast amount of produce goes to pay April 8th.-U. S. Transport Schr.

1 U !.I" 'UlFn!i ation rf e. !1. Cutler am! Cart. by Congress.which; was not the Dosrirett, Colonel, Judge, Postmaster for these imports, that does not Florida, Baker, New-Orleans, with

'; ,I i. isc do i.'l ilciu tlif" ib'-ts as sta'ed hy \ fact: The matter was laid before 'osincillor, etc. etc.-into what, Cincinnati. It however passthrough one company 4th Infantry commanded -
of tIi't. -
:. \ < ( ; .I-UM t.ic iilVincr ,
HI: :
.IM- i. j reader into whatiV11! ?
..)!t't t.ii';;:'t.s i-clM.I-'tjfP. 'fiiV ':nytaatthf'j: ( :'onuress at the session spoken of gentle places in a most striking point of by Capt. Hy. Wilson.

: ;1 : \:t.< \'.i v.Kiult.iw This, hut wis successfully opposed by Col. into a company, to resist and subdue view the immense and business 9th.-Sloop Alabama Facketjlay
,
.. '. ., ,! nld think, i.-* ( "':" United increasing -
ti of
j. :1ucE'Ie< "4' : | I the the States' Bank.
\\ Into the will Afterwards power A ala li Ic ola.
show.
tl.lItll'ri..l.'t.' cat i' not u notiit-r! it liu tic-t n.- IS journals of our city. Our staple exports pp c
t.jr -al, '. ,./. us ( tJ. Butler the' of \Var -Only a great man could do this: ENTERED.
f i .1 1. < :i /: :.'" : t' :41 fa. it "t i'titit._ rl.t' ('001' to an ,7Ctiy in none oi'the J'iglllJ' race. How then ? I 6th.
'. \.',..I:...,"; which ishui-'cit iniy be in- extended their boundary cou- Councillor lard. Hour, aud whiskey. Speakingof April -Schr. Thorn, Husc,

t r. ,1 tt.. t tiniiiatir; ,;C barr"
; :', r>.p.Jut' uj-'cntiJ witlicut .-thurririff it. vitli them!, that their boundaries authorized to issue and dispose: of our authors observe. "The I 7th.-Schr. Amelia, Roche, New-
'I .. bra ;t O'li--, lot .oijrlit Wt. kuuw 01ti Lottery Tickets in amount pork
ty equal to
... J J I' .t!, out it ..ijijjca.scr! much lik ihould !be pxtf'Jllkel..Ynrfn, if the coun- business of this city is equal, if not of Orleans, cargo to order. .. I

:"".'!:;: a ui.-. try assi rii"d' them should be considerd the: capital of the United States'Baik greater magnitude, than that of Baltimore 9th.-Schr. Thorn, Jones, New-
.
r :: Acpiiftuntliit Cot Puller and C.ipt.d iiisulVicicnt: forthc-'r: ori. and receive in pnyment! nonejutthe Orleans. Cargo to J. C. and C. C. il
and is exceededby
sv.p not
f .: .1/' ,*not irtiiut_ t'i inMJinaU'. that Capt. } bills of said Bank. This ; perhaps,
rrrp:1t
: Bill" j'fbanuvbell
-
----- --- T. Swart
: .J' t :i:1: Col. \u',u f' jtt'J1df'I ill LthalV ('.1 i _a --.- -= I Ii :; ; ;--i--ti ; ; ioperation -- that of any other place in the Keyser, S. ,
; I' I: '.lf'OJ i.rp.aee; ; uhiie a c1itItnge wa 'U- COMMUNIC TION. crush that institution;;, F. Pasquier, and to order.
i world. This will from
.* 1I.l-Uldlhi. tonhcti it ISWt __ appear a reference -
'f'::1 Ji: 1 < \ r Ins turn tile of the
". ,\ ,that\ tliry coiitluctcd :hriK';!.>',' I- For the Pensac'iia (.V.c.'cTo government country to the foregoing table of
ri: \\.th! tit o u:<:I'ltuc: (',l. \\'llih'-al.\; tltc Fcnplc of Florida. out of doors, and change the seat of and from the fact that, betweenthe New Orleans, Cargo for Tampa Bay

'. p .lit.auon! plairlv nr.plir? it. Such iui empire to Florida. and to the Master.
My attention has bfcn arrested bv nn 15th of November 1826; and the
i. 1.:1,1')11: : i. document which has nVey not a llth.-Brig Edward Snow New
f.nr nicnd. How does \lIh1i'atioli! "xtraoidinary 15th of February, 1827, a period ofl ,
..:;!..duuitli thrir o'a cfitifau, that the < :- \ appeared in the Florida Advocate, as u cute in matters of finance three months 40,000 have been I xork. Cargo 100 bbls. pork and

.. Ku .: "/ /,1//.;*//' M-tt!( J'A Circular from Col. JAM):< Umii:s, and as as this Mr. DoLVjetl, C. J. P. C. &c. hogs 3000ft. lumber for the Yard I
have :lid in their pnbiicai'nn! I l1:1t packed in Cincinnati 30,000 of Navy -
.M: thy i- all suth production. are intended as a ,
what the world did
Mac authoriztd t') a.uc that Capt. HMdl I pledge conduct, and as .itTordinjr ca- &c. a pity not which were slaughtered within l the and sundries for Mobile.

Mpiuoxcthr- public;itmii (.tCt) \ onqc, ;aud know it. If this operation sncceed Schr. New York
sons for preference, I rlaim the right of in- limits of the corporation and 10,000 Galaxy, Burly, ;
\hH.J in la'llll' bom : ,
it
not ljoint'll: prci how it Governor
dulqrag in s.ine remarks on the occasion, awfully nust disappoint Cargo to Navy Yard to S. Hamblc-
,:' tlir tlll'.(. T.s! ffifinrnt vonus to carry.J tile brought in wagons from the country ,
: .,i. and apparently( with dcf 'ii, tbut C'apl.II'lfc aiuil trust 1 will be"able l to make it appear Troup. around. ton, W. H. Hunt and the Master.

1 cu.isi the (tact is alleged by Co! entirely to > our satisfaction, that Col. From the BaUlinort American.A .
lr. Bat this is nut the ca.-'-Cjpt. B. Uadaden is not only unfit, but jthat hp docs From the Salem Register CLEARED.

'JIlI", and/..( so t.tpnsfcd iiimfelf; that: the not possess those traits character which writer in an eastern paper suggests New Steam Engine.We have I April 4.Sloop Superior Rich

':' J\tration of four ge.u'omen' ,that tIre Jitorf'nc' are ('? .f nrial toseivcyou in the Councils the idea that part of Florida and with and admiration _
seen surprise ew-O cleans of sundries
".]! .Js")7w.vra6yM:,!tcd was suificicnt, and of the Nation. Alabama are well calculated for the ; Cargo by
''Itl an\ further publication onthe fcubjcct Wl1 He commences by telling you, $at he Mr. Dixon's new mode ofgenerating I N. H. Allenand the Maiter.

cutirtiy usHiff, and micht disturb a drlieatc B.'A has been presented by friends as a Cmi- production of CochinealFrom steam, and its application in driving; a Schr Celia, Hitchcock, New York. !
'.l which tulit Be Capt.
> at rt-bt.
to
(jct uir informed has sLid, that Col. Yon e'I I didate to represent you in Congress. Tiiflavours the National Journal, March 1'. steam engine. There is no boiler, Cargo, 105 bales cotton by N. H.

JlWlf'ilJcnt is iubsuiutiaily; correct, but, fl.rthe" of. a squeamish_. delicacy_,_ _, which_ ___In Yesterday a memoir ul'Mr. jn1Swa and consequently that cumbrous ad1c1Li&iu Allen, 73 bales cotton by Asaphthclviaster.
ras -fl!above, unnecessary. f 0 a-aL.- :-lit J L read by Judge Cn.\r .. .. "fl2/1/fOttleiii<>iA eived to be somewhat insincere. believe "' **.""*aq4 130 hides
'ia<5- .u.i : : ; t Justice ofilia District of Columbia, entirely rid of. But instead of >yllth.
,
,*. aid publish anew tlu'ir Pitilir.it mufo7ii/" if is not known when, where, or how.hu JUtS got
that it was *,honQ7I.r: .#ly" tlcne. \\ c. do Iw, Licea thus presented by his friends; or who bcrorc UICUU'luuunau -fltjfltO It Lit, there is a cylindrical vessel of cast; .-Brig Edward, Snow, Mo

1:1\:.', that this is i dt-Mgued to ji\e thelie' cour-,. Lhosc friends are.-At least such presentation was a more ample account of that deceased iron, 2 feet in length, 1 foot in external -
Icon to Col. Yoimo'ss statement, but apqt'al; has reachedthis But fame than has been bile.Schr
not region. : patriot yet given diameter and about 2 inches in
"rrymu.h like it. "TJicic is much difleni; : Thorn, Jones, New Orleans ;
he has himself thc
been
in a p.aui, candid narrative, lUll one full of i ijilitHtions illl- says Territory for the travelling electioneering over 1 to the world ; particularly of his public thickness, which is called the Retort. Cargo 26 bales cotton by Hyer and
purpose '
1 has
and ni'.iucr.docs. Col. Yougc services from his exertionsto
never said there ws more than one settlement, Yet he says, that hit friends presented early This Retort stands in an air vcMil Kopman, 21 bales cotton by M. Crup.

bu he has faidthat in this "<7n/y ettltmeiall him So much for his accuracy and ro.sistenry. his latter days. Judge CEANC and is surrounded with the fuel, per, a quantity of wine &c. by N. H. J

ot (n'I\C matters on both sidc3 weic uudMood was singularly futed for such a task.! which is of coal. In this retort the Allen, and deer skins by J. C. and
to be mutually withdrawn, and this 1 hu lie comes out with a common place declaration He is a connexion of the 'family a re- 1
fast it
is
lJe\'r b: 1':1 '}lenied b\t the other party Indeed as to what he will do, and glosses steam generated exactly as ass C. C. Keyser.
the iublKHt.tm! bc:i..171'1 admits the inost Jnate- over very smoothly hit acts in relation i to utivc, we believe ; has known the patriot ; wanted. This is effected by a wrcc* '

r:J fart ai AuMlgra b\ Col. Yengc and denies the Indians. Why does he not enter more long and well ; was intimately! pump, worked by the machinery, Livres Frangais.DANS .
nilercncc that dl( challenge
"jrhin as withdrawn.?, CXCCLUIC Col. Yonge'e statement, deeply into this subject? The reason is .cquainted with his public and private which forces the water, with an aressel le nombre des livres francals

,. tch: cairics on its face the impress of truth obvious and the omission ought to be supplied ] life ; and was discriminating and cai- i \ similar to that of a common s au magaxin de libraire iPeusacole
,
1 ; WithOUt coloring aud witlioifl by a snort detail of facti, which y.-jU suirants dont lalitte
cMii'-Istrncy, did in all his remarks, and developedthe the iI y a lea
r.'c.:1l understand it il Florida and those who character of the great man with into the Retort est publi e a part, en consequence
.1 tdid any further support, we paiticularly on reside water is conveycd Uvotionsdont 1'eiercice est recommandpar
: .buiui.n; !Iy torrotorattd' b\ the declarations of ; in the Counties ofJ ackson and Gadsdea aleut and classical taste. This Meaoir tube .
where
through a perforatedwith l' Romaine aux environs du ;
'tpl. K-ins.i ? and ClpBurch, in repeated The part which Col. Cadsden acted as was written not for the day alone glise .
small holes it is
,; t jners'tioivth! s-iine of the most reepeci rommiisioner n not forgotten. It hsevcr innumerable temps de Pique. 4'
ti- 'itizeus ot tiiis plnec. vet been satiafacioiily explained! but for posterity. Others wrote the dispersed in the form of mist, and instantly Le paroiuien romain Ql 62& 'f
\V < lo licit fore, to rrcri\e how funeral of Mr. while dor tranche 2 50
'iie : t a s, p Eulogies ADAMS, do. do. sur
,. why the Commissioners who treated TV itli converted into steam. In order -
:' aJlaii loan be used to the prejudice of cither 1 62
do.
do. &
1-iru. They, who weie principalhae now ; the- Indians, should have offered at onetime ,yet the doors of his tomb were open, to set the machine in motion, I do. petit uatnte 1 75
geraaine
to cede to them all of what is now and it festoon the La
diffcrencJM
> j emu un in this in..tter, their was necessary to force worked
there is another j 2 50ftN
pump, Manuel du Chretien
JM j! : hi en "Jlmu1rablaJjust'J. But the) Gad dt'u County; nor why they actuallydid funeral drapery in gloomy folds around
*-.'I!c t-i 1 ,ns to be a distinction without; a diffca locate four tribes, in the very heart of by hand, a few strokes of which OUTRE

-'.f, !., n\t en tlw friends of those g'nticlUf'n. : Territory; vizthree on the Applachicola the bust and the escutcheon. forces a sufficient quantity of water Un grinds nombre d'ouvrages instruc-

\%A. :ir ;nc hi\c heart, the aiitiling fiiends of unfr.ibr Col : river and one on the Little Rocky lie has set down, after these ceremo- into the Retert to give the first in ifs et amusants tanl en francEs qu'cn Es-
JIIM u--" insinuated -
< ncMr Comfort. This, however, ig anunqcstionale monie'cre over, and drawn a fair ol et des Roman
'
\ > in ( CU. Call in thilS} svttlej.-teut, but pulse> to the machinery. pztg
fact ; while the instructions directed the in the of it La liste de souscription.pour la lecture
:-a>r U-m-ved :t honorable la botn p-r i"5. I. ; portrait, spirit friendship
We this machine in
Co1. location to be made asfar South as po.sible_ saw operationat des lines fran l.is, et oureretau magazin
*:i uiu mpi in.i.l" b\ iuMiiuatiwiis tonjiue! i is true but also in that of
*v. in the: appioachint election, and ty thoc': So much for Col. G's. adherence to his dut$ spirit justichich Mr. Hall's dying establishment, i in de la librairie, a raison de $1 par moisTHE
feels that the
; J.-, '\h11.:1\; 1eei tifk-d that he came honourab lie presumes to solicit your suffrage: %' responsibility ofhis Lynn. The machine was applied to payable d'avance.

I q* "fhiHrO\4'r-\ They cannot make any and confidence, by af/pealinjf/ to the pre labours are not confined to die day .

.,'iieiHit mjuri to Col. V in relation to this judices and passions of the South. 1'yuu( but entering far into t> are times. drive a small steam boat, fitted upfor -
"Low
to; itte-. \\ tl.utt fisif\in'4; their own certiljrat the in their the occasion. We took an ejUTS 'F( 9.\0 ,
Humans
1 nt, ,, :\certified that'all the matters in dllYcr" were as degcnerateas The Judge was nearly three hours illthe Lot situated
for about mile. House and
v darkest this would ion in the boat a
appeal answer
are innorabvjusied.! ; Do tliev now in- "ge of his memoirand then left the
under! 'erj-weli ; but he mistakes the character reading the pond. The boat moved the Public Square,
: T.IT l. tint H nr pait> is laboxiniij impti"ny across
-\ ) un !'eaiolirnM\ercinaiksarc! withdrawn >f the people he is addressing. They much which was written unread. The a.t the rate of about six'miles an hour. property of the late Col. Wta.

jroin the other :..rh nil idea would not ouh' have better understandings than tie ap'- public will seize this article with avidity King-for terms apply to
The of the machine not only
:.Inh'ir11! rcrtrticatp, but implit'att- tiealscf power F. H. Nisbet.
pears disposed to allow them, & are capable and preserve it with care. Already -
r.:
CVI. W.-But we repeiL it Call1&ot kept to the last moment, but even
of valuable institu- up
> appreciating our have they been Pen.iacola 5th April 1827. 6-- f.
gratified by an
.i f<;tUtn. C.orCol. W.We acted with increased Thisis
tions.Col. Cadsden himself an energy.
ha\e faid; th.-t we arc not yVilV'd in <'1- pledges usehis cceliunt detail of the life and character -
01 i
"'I'll" ,ftili" kill.I!, brat we are informed that influence for the election of a .distinushcd of i a proof that the heat of the Retortcan COUNTY

' (. irt. It Jm4 o ha! exhibited! :L letter to \'ral : individual as President, &. thinki Mr. Jefferson, from a distinguished be maintained without any dimi-

."rtkii! here, "i hidl, ] ll(. rtccc from cc'. it important that an expression on thi; member of this Society. Such then Escambia County.i
iitkm. When we stopped,
,''.I,4-'n; and that (i. a.Jackson! on thf Flath subject should be made by Florida. What labors will give the Institute per CHAMBERS, Friday 23rd
'-t'lt..r' t'.tpt. Hinin c' Iii! prou01lOcj tlie ctiui ,as no blowing off of steam and no apprehension -
has
i'lurida to do with the presidental and it the Present-TiOtnY
uncut reputation secure
bctwcfiifivu. ('. and Col. \\ ,
:: "u/H.n" I of the
from the
neglect
uestion ? What could Coi. Gadsden do,, Ordered, That Polls hall be
,
f'-oxV" of lover their
tob } uintlfi.irii.on of coun-
-- if athis ; > iina\iir.iir mprr on can rC'5ut] ill rcg-ard to the election ofany individual i? patronage every engineer to take care of the safety the following places, for the

ir>Mi rcp-'Itf'tl puMuiiixiidfa: partially 'x- He, like other friends of Gen. Jackson,, try.A valve. The whole was harmless inan receiving votes for a Delegate

(''I.\1 yoUlei.H at, it imi-t rrs-ult to those "whI whose zeal surpasses their discretion, uses statistical work has been just published instant. Thus it that !a sent the people of Florida in

Ssh; it, and r.jt t-i tin- original' pmit'a. his name to serve his own ends, and considers appears Congress at the election to
title of "Cincinnati
l'.acc it'i any point of jew, and Cu!. B. arid hit with the boiler barely of the size of the cyliner -

v.apt.. 1{. -eni to .::uidiinlhe horhs of a dilcOlr. than qualifications approbation or as merit more in necessary himself.. in 18:6," which gives full information to the common steam engine, theFirst
; .,ud thr\' EI.I.C'h''H' which they prc&r to and Monday of May
'"'IT'Nc infi.rt..H'l'iR irrefutable, eitlw lie promises elected to unite himself as to the present condition wo uld be sufficient for the purpose of

-ittleireutwasuut, iionnnnible, an they have with a party, and thereby jeopardize the pulation of that thriving place. We generating steam for this most useful At the Court House in the

.":filof tIt Matfincit.f: ;. V. i in it>rre'i .: 'i thi-irowii] ii'c 2'lnatIII1i! :: to (' ,'nOIlUiml'rs:"iou*, as I Cincinnati Commercial Register
, pflhl1lC and losing the favor &nd assistance of the At the Stone Quarry, on
\c Cll.\r.: to ,i1.n MU the election.It : Cl'k.'i
party he would oppose. So much forhii COl\lMlJBGIAZ. At the Barranca

skill and ability to serve,Of/. I The most interesting result of thevestigation I Ii -- Jlndit it further dertdt,

ytvi.iF fir; an oil'clal; Etatctiicntofth Col. Gadsdeu says that there has beendcjiarturcfrom of the authors of uCint i Prices of Cotton. >hereinafter nmedshaIl tfc
J'qMJtx t..1J-ckruf Ht. Ausju-tin*, in an- of
a the ancient political land in 1826 is the are hereby, appointed Judges
amount ofi
VHVt > our C'lifospoiident, tJuit there! his Liverpool, Fd. 10-At the public call
1'f.arkt and he considers that "his" Jackon's viz :
1't tine !ort'!(,,'.!..,.<] entered the St. John ( its population. The enumeration yesterday, of 1538 bles Upland Cotton tiOfl SJLTMTIK
) lselectiolJ as president of the U. S.will In Peniacola,
i-i-:" .et -
ru. r u't.t: Slut. Aa) for Jack.onri1le Islands, also sold. There hasbeen
[II 0 i. whether this sentence is a greaterolntion is found to be I6,2o0. To showthe bales S. j'ere R. /. Cotton'*. DiTfD
l'f demand for Cotton
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'Hr ( n. moderate to-day,
rcrrH'lfrr I'lj
\' of the English language, or of rapidity of our increase, it is only : a R L. CoTTOIf, JOAB GAIXXS.Jit .
'tr.t.,4.. v.1zt iiuereit bill say at ;a the sales estimated at 1300 bags (500 ofthem .
and correctness in politics. "His the Stone Quarry. I
"1:11"1. ceucy cessary to look back a few years. superior Egyptians at 8d.) The
lection" should have beea written the te- I NET?, AMDBSW p. SIKPSOB,
In 1810 our population was 2,320 mal ket is in a dull state and has an evident
o led iun of him and to restore land marks departed -I Fastt.
We puli1ih lo-day the circular of from is a horrible figure. Had : 1813 4,000: tendency to decline. Jit Jorronca,, jKncviia I

l 01. Guduiunprocl-iimiiig! to the chi these land marks been destroyed or carried : 1819 10,283 ; Feb. 12.-There is nothing new in the T IOXAS CqicMYff, Jcacxun

lk'ris of the Tcrritory his poltical"leU"s. : away, they might have been restored, but ; I' 1824 12,016 : appearance of the market this morning. A true copy from the RecordM.

having been departed from all that Grn.iduori I Mew York. Tuesday March, 22.-Tbe
1826 16,230In Cropper, t
from 12th Feb. re
J could do would be to return tothem. accountS Liverpool to
We di con r'nothiiJ in the prorai It seems to ha>e been left for our.our allusion to this unparallelled increase presenting a decline in the cotton markethave By John Jerrisdn D. :

If nt policy hc approves relative to gallant Col' to lvertba.ttbe ancient our authors, observe, uthe ra.- had the e1Tecttg. deter purchasers bere I ,\

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, Gentlemen, who may Brick I Lime $' Lathes 'Vant-
Four
tin JnEE or ,
., + NAYT CoxxiRriosr.1 Orncr. 2. i :u1TI1IB1tSt.B' 11 wish to retire from the bustle of the ed. I T. : \) \ \V: Qt

) 12th .March, 18Ji.: .5 EMAh\lNG iiUhcPobt" Qf, the Summer month: can I. rlDHE SU : lI.\t.

; i 3.1"*. .Jsk/ranc end. pronitchoiit '!'';mhe.r fice atJPwisacoJa: ,. ou the _31stoutwitliin : Town be accommodated during with comfortable'boa:ci I WILL ,purchase, or contract for the U. uMye: "eo.hL\'ang: ,: P\1! b sedII"! "
for JWi/t, friKe 'Jjnkf ,JYirate* uhJSTup _i aud 'supply of, be1.ol1li &". ft. :
Deer .Point "Floi uIa l
,,' 1tIt ti' at the on, : ; : IIl.telligencer"! tft
1 ; tf War.flMlE .. t dny.ofl\Iarcp,1821 ; inbiithsTroiii!PCh :' IU.TC the Ferry-house pwilege of the, ferry-boat, when 300000 BRICK, 8* inches, long, 4 do, : blisf.1.a-p P5 iTfi. City TO1? P'i5.'
tltjs
cf the will three wide :and 2 do.'thick
Coml ii iOn ts Navy flen with ssengerJ.i iu under e na "
c :JL receue proposals until the 31st 'hay I day, will lie sent trt tire'.General:1'ostOfliee coming For over terms apply Rt this ?cc- 36,900 BUSHELS common ihcll)) lime. C eoftle-pLoflA &ly():

; ot:, July next, for! furnishing' ..Lhefbtk as.dead.letters.A. Pensacola 15th March 1827: -'2-tf. 6,900 BUSHELS of Lime, made of City% SSX3Btt: ; ,r th

; Timber, cut to moulds .(hick they will ; .-John Adair, Nathaniel Adams, live Oyster shells. tile country in vicinity and fe'.

furnish) for ship.of the hne, 'rjgatesaud Thomas Arnott, James T. Anderson,. A. NEGRO MEN WANTED. The above advantages and Inducements, Unlbng aU tt;
J articles to be of the
best
I 'ioop; of war, uml the) proportion (:L-pro- !-l>.A&qnithVf'clcrAlba2, William JI.i ore tion, which has to ernigr"
1 hire immediately and already flowed
wish to delivered the
in'cu(,tis 6000 cubical above high water mark,as required by to nuke a
that ma) be required, say .-H. M. >Hrackenridge 5, HiJcry the Capitol of the paper
t feet for etCh tl die line 3000( for each the mechanics and most convenient to Territory, interestingboth
i.hip J.
niggs i .Wm. Bradley. r; IlackuSVfl1. as to its citizens: and -
xnd 1000 Jor etch slo()j>. The S. D.Jlyrom the spot where they are to be used. w, of
frigate, i! IJarrelt, Chai-lts 1'. Uyer, John adjoining States. tlit
will also
They be subject to the usual
tiiub r.nmst-be cat from trees grown in James J. IHair, RobertW.. DateI The Editor
than 25 mile' fr-im the i inspection of the Yard upon delivery. The pledges himself; Use
situations not more I I man, J"s -,nryan.loaquin.nareI3! -DanI exertion in eely -\' *
finck must! be delivered between the 13tb procuring intelliiW
tthefo130W1'Ig
tea, deliverable : I I ieriJor.Tian, Sameel Hills.C. JXEGRO MEN information calculated eni1
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Portsmouth, N. 11., Boston, of April next and last of May. to dcvelope
'Aardsviz: T. the
; S. Cunningham'! ThepphileC Yam, and true resources of the
NewYork, Philadelphia, Washington and ne1ier.Sanrhu Clark; or Aaron Mitchel.I to be employed in the Ney obtain. Bond with approved security will be fully to abstain fs country, a yj C2te..
.ttrole
to
'Norfolk, duiing: tfieyetU818: 9 and Franfco Casti.!o, James Campbell, liich amongst '. horn it is desirable there Will* required,for the faithful i ,execution of the statements, which are cxlggtratc,

I :3830, My' on or before the 1st ..Koveabcrof .I ard AV. ColcockJercniiah) Clark, Kdward or Joiners For the laborers with contract for, the Brick,and Lime and the made, and which have so often LmPrOperv:

each year.PCTSOUS : Campbell, Alexander; S. Cambdl. I, A. be allowed 17 dollars per month for, the contract will be closed:whenever acceptable malice or the their waS? In roo
I and credulity of
: : / oflerng: ,will be pJeased tot the common Navy rations proposals\ submitted. a and
t Claiton 2, Joicph Caasin 2, John.Crom- dent fancy and which ::1.
their terms per cubical mechanics, the usual addition of price ; are calculated
state particularly: well 2, John Kedman Coxe, Cant. Mc- Sam'l. R. Overton produce disappointment k
frames with the3)rUIVItOfl their qualifications. onlyHis : .
Loot, for any one of the Call '2. proportioned? to

of promiscuous umber required :U.-Richard Derby, Capt. Derby 2, Sam'i R."erton, Navy Agent. discussion press will be, at all times
and
I ; abb, (should they be disposed to offer Richard Dailcy 2, James b. Downs, Wm.K. Navy Agent. Pensacola, 1st Jan y 1877-44 tf. ings maybe, he whatever his poliuSV?
invites all !
t for mm,) their terms per cubical feet, Dewct- Hebecca Downing, Win. Dohcrtv -, Pensacola 13th March 18-7-1-tf. CTThe:: Editor of the Mobile Commercial I themselves) of this medium parties to aya.l!

I. fur I/aw frames collectively_ ,, (oneof t % each' i Thomas Dillard. Seton T. Drake tr-r-'I'hr. ...,...,. nair... .. nf nrime OXEN are !Register will please insert the above I .tion.._. of (onnuu ,
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I class, that i is t\ 74, u 44, anci a Muop.j wiinthe Edmund L. Duburry 2. U-J ru---- for which; .in his paperr.
also required immediately, EDGAR
'I promiscuous timber, -designating in .}: :.-Sarah Edwards, William Elliott. price will be given. MACO.V.
ill cases ihcir.priees for the frame of a .!-'. \\' William The FLORIDA ADVOCATE
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"t \ m. Furagutz, Farigood, .S. R. O. SUPERIOR will be
f. Iff t fchip of the line, CIa frigate: of.a sloop, William .\. C. "'Iu'r'gut, Finlay & Hush- COURT lished every Saturday, at five dollars pL5.

t ;', .awl for promiscuous timber. The offers ton, S.muel-J-'r,', iiUs Fletcher, WilliamFoster. {)f West Florida.November anuum, payable either in advanceor tbre 1-
LL can be made deliverable any one, or months after the subscription. :
Oit 8 \'.iE 7Vrm 1826. \del1.Isl"
taller, or all of the yards above mcmionca G.-ArnouldGuilmarc, Elijah Gajdr, ]. ments inserted at the same: rates.

I 1 ; but the terms per cubical foot delivtruble Oliver S. (ilisr n, John Gamier, Keuben ON CONSIGNMENT Francisco Bonal, Executor of "\ 5* The Advocate will be l forwarded to

:-; f' ut each, (if a difference be made Groot, Janies-M. Greene, Joab Gaines, P.. the Estate Domingo Salas I Iv8. n subscribers of the Intelligencer) who the
the bidder must be distinctly staled.It 5fniIE Cargo of the French'Ship flacSl =- are
by ,) : Greene &Co.H.W. ; f PFefnando requested to inform the Editor, of
, is to be understood, that the Commissioners I.. Harris, Sidney P. Haines, tote. Capt.' Delalue, from Bordeaux Moreno Senior I o wise to patronise the same. In the their

I. I, uill select such offers, and assign Dlvid.llebI'OIl.J.dlll. Huff'; John M. *lall, consisting:: of and Domingo Olivier. J cf of their silence, they will be : event
consider
to each bidder such portion of the.timber Francis: L. Harrison, Hichmond 1*. CASKS Claret Wine THIS day came the said .Complainant, subscribers. All advertisements

I I, required,,(not less than one cntireJrame,) [Ihighes, John Hambleton2' 2, Edward: 'I 00 of the .most approvedBrands 'I Benjamin D. WrightEsquire his ed in the Intelligencer, will be continued COntaii.

and designate such yards for the delivery HUbbard 2, John N. Hollins. of the \:vintage Solicitor, and it appearing to.the Court unless ordered to the contrary. E.

; .as they.may' judge expedient for tke public 1.-Jeremialilvei, Jolm and James In- i I of 1822. that the said Fernando Moreno Senior AMEnicA.N M.

. ; ;I ; interest; and further, that no money nerarity. 22 Pipes Old Cogniac Brandy, and Domingo Olivier are not inhabitantsof I'AB.Imla.Ve ..

: rill at,any time, under any circumstancesI J.-Alden) A. Jackson, Alonzo Jack 5E0 Boxes Claret wine, some very .su- this Territory, and they having failed \ wish that every friend of this

,-I a 'an td, and that ntme-will he paid. son,' W. K. Jouctt, Hubert Jordan, James perior. to appear and answer the complainant'sbill journal should understand, and that tW

,. until an actual delivery of limber ; that Johnson. 80 do. prunes, herein agreeably to law. Jt h: there would have the kindness to make it

bond, with two or more sufficient sureties, K.-Cl nton'Kid!, J. &. C. Ke'serVm.. .40 half ditto do. fore ordered that, unless Ihe said defend. known, that to any one who will pro.

I i';r the fahhfhful discharge of any: contract Ker. .ll'O Baskets Sweet Oil. i, ants do appear here, on or before the cure four subscribers and remit on their

.' : will be required ; that the amount L.-Wm. Leur 3, Ad lin Lewis.G.. 80 /Boxes Ulives, Capers, Anchovisa i first day of the next term of this Court, to accouRt R20, we will send a fifth copy Of

: ()such bor.d will-be-ouc( third the estimated Loomis, John P. Jockey Lcwis Lafurnb, nd'.Peachcs. be holden-on the first Monday of May the American Farmer without charge_or

- I amount of the contrist'- -Moreover, Sam'L P. Lee, Clark Linnekin, Samuel 200 do.-Cologne Waters. next, and answer the co p1ainant'& bill anyone who will procure/t-e subscriber!=:

..that; as additional and collateral! security, ,.Lord, Lewis La fee, John De) Larner, John 36 do. Ant'd. Cordials. herein, the same shall be taken as con will be allowed to retain g5 on }his remitting .

ten per centum of the avails of each cur- Long, L'argent de Lloyd, James H. Lard. ..100 Bags Almonds) aiul Walnuts, 25 fessed against them. the remaining $20. We beg al.

: go will be reserved and withheld, until' ncr, Will.am K. LaUiuier, George if.Lindscy. Ibs! each. And it is further o'cleredthat the foregoing so to repeat, that all \\ Inch is necessary

the contract thall be fully complied with % 40 Large Earthen Water Js.r.r. be published in the Pensucola to be done by any one, wishing to subscribe -

\ tu the satisfaction ofthe Commissioners! ; M.--J. T. Martin 2, James Mallctt "2, 300 Empty Demijohns. Gazette once week for the space of is to enclose a five dollar note bv

.L, .&nd tUatin-nll& l deliveries of timber, a due! George Miller 2, Hugh Matthewson 2, 100 BagsCorks, four months and once a month for two mail, at the risk of andaddrested the

I pioportion of the moot difficult p&1Jts of.the Jiob't. Manning, Thomas Moore, John laO Hampers Bottles, months th reafter. Editor of the American Farmer,Ua'tiniore,"

frames shall be delivered, otherwise, it McCall, Jamts! Maples, Ephi-aim Mills, 12 Packages ,Dry Goods, containing: A true Copy from the Record. -and whether the money be received I.:

I 1 .tnall be at the option: of the Commissioners Ellen/ Mallory, Thomas Marble, Hobert J. Broad ClothsLinens, -Handkerchiefs of Atttest, net, the paper will be forwarded immediately

,''4 to withhold such amount, in. addition Mulligan, John Hall Maul bey 3, James I different kinds, Cambricks Printed CottonsShawlsl'Idfletta W. lIas ell Runt and Ihe actual receipt of each

to the ten .per cent. above -melltioncdt L. Morris 4, John Dana Mason. ShoesCilovesColor- C'lk. umber of the volume will be guarantied

.$ as they may judge expedient for the public N.-Joseph Noriega2, Thomas NicUcls 'etteB, Artificial Flowers/ Head Dresses, :'Pensacola 15th November Sup. C't. U' F. by the Editor.
1826 36v4m
, t .' Umbrellas, FooUcap and ,Letter .Paper, The American Farmer
interest, until auch deficient proportion Henry A. Kunes, Jefferson Nailer 3. and m2m. is published
L II difficult timbers shall! be dchvei ed; <).-Moss Olm:' .eci.2, Ho sea Oits.J aibbons Silks, &c. &c. ,t weekly, .by J. S. Skinner, Postmaster of

oj ana his i further to be understood, I'tai *.--Charles Parker 2, Joseph Piper, IN STORED i, Baltimore, printed on fine paper the size

I all payments will be niadr.at the- places boob Pitman, Isabel I'rielo, Francisco A. ceneral assortment of goods suitablefor pOrFlowers mm --- = '
: LI of cieivery.} Martin 1'isarro, Cura raroco'illiam I the country. i = !) make 8 pages ; about one half or four

i Those who may offer to suppTy! any parl' Pinkney, A. 15. Ph.kham 2, (;corgeY.. N. II. ALLEN. of Literature pages, devoted to practical Agriculture ;

r. of this timber, are further requested to I Packer; Commodore Porter, David H. PenRacoa! -lh Feb. 18 7..-.50lK.By : Wit and ,Sentiment the remainder: to Infernal Improvement?.

\ : state particularly their own residence, the Porter, Joseph and John U. Piincc, Alexander Rural and Domestic Economy selec.s

t'l 'names and residence of their sureties: to >'; 1'0rter..Uobert PottengerH. :FOR 1827. tions housekeepers and female eaderr

i., 'forward letters,from-such persons, stating .-Charles C. liidgely 6, S. Hapalge 3. Office of the Saturday Ev. Post, 5 and Natural History and IJura Sports.A .

their willingness become-eareties.. and Sam'l. H.. Hidgely) John Thomas. Head, Philadelphia, Dec. 2. tl26.: 5: minute index and title page to the

; nlso-ta forward evidence of the' cornpeteocy Joseph hers, James |Hoach, Josiah. C. QjTkHE pASKfcT or fto-tccr of :JUtera- whole volume i is published, and forward.ed .

: ., orsucutpersons! ,sureties to the Richards, Tho',. Hanton,.Yictor M Handolph 4- *,l 4JLUTV., H t and Sentiment,which{ bas with .the last number of each (volume.

, ; ;I amount" fr winch they may become ,,Joseph.-...._."a, _S.-iluby. ___, ._Andrew__.___ _HOSI, __ >had', an unprecedented. increase of pa- -1 A -iie-. number will be sent toany one
: C I bound. Xll orTew areiftJ7TT 7T S. Wm. Sebree 'f1d'JIM d '-"- -Lt' 1- --r.1 n. -,t'-, "rihc v.daIr to acea specimen of-the
: Isaac Smith
'i'KM's-of the "Na- Claifaorne present vol. is finished, each 'numbervwutain i PH uatlon.
.. t. "7', and endorsed with the f() I\.ing Steele 3, (;eorg' Salters, Ioannuh 40 octavo pages, printed. well To all tttiion wnu will give the above
t ) words viz Offers' i Stokes, Dird G, Small; N. (;. C. .
", : to famish Lire Oak : Slaughter on small handsome type, upon the finest one -or two insertions ve shall feel much

z I "; under the advertisement of I2ifc JJJ' !, James, Sinter, James Sellors, Francis paper, stitched and covered, and furnished -', i indebted,and will gladly reciprocate their
i atone, George Stiles Lieut: kindness.
827. .
Searight, !p. .. at the low price of Two Ioll1i-ind
The timher is to b-inspected and mea Commander Shark, James ]-'. Sclicnk 3, 11 fifty f cents per annum. The Casket s a P. S. The AineHcan'Firmer is cfrcufc.

t .t aered according to the rules established! Joel Seymour, William Smith. I collection from the choicest pieces of the! ted through every State and Territory

t I by Ihe.tioard, a copy of which may be T.-Johj Tobin, Abram Thomasr Julia, I Saturday' Evening Post, made with a re- ar .1 is written-for *y many of the most

) ohlained.'on application: to the Navy :.A Thorn, Hcbacah Townly.Maj. 'I'wiggs, ..-' rerence to the difference which should distinguished practical farmers in the

I rent either at 'Pensacola, Savannah, Henry Tooley jr. 2, Jahies-Tluyer, Koli- exist in the materials of a weekly Union.-
Charleston S. bert L. Thorn 3. paper 1
Norfolk
) Washington, and those of a monthly publication, the I

lialtimure, delphiaWew'Yurk; Boston V.-David Vesterlv 3, Aaron'..Vallette.vW. 1 former of course enriched with"essays,: : JFr.wit Trees, Grapes, 'c..i .
or Portsmouth, N. H. .Tames fl anecdotes and those
I Wolfe. lIijahVari1, Wil. poetry set off by a.
Any bid not made inconfomUy to this lan; tViHiamsF.dwardorthington 2, J. flie recital of the occurrences of, the week. .
[ President theUDiteil
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advertisement that ; "1TIIIE
7 or may iut be ceceivcd.within Wilkinson 2, William Whittle 5. The latter can receive little,value froma Subseri-
.3
the time herein limited for receiving Y.--JercmialiYancey. States. mere detail of ofv which ber, prop ne.
eventsmany
I bids, cannot Le considered. torof the Linnzan
fiN of Law would cease tube interesting before
pursuance
1Jonc'QrnccT they
:
5-t3lst .
; July 1827.
a Letters'not forwarded, the postage not UA HAMS, President ofthe"United States were recorded. Botanic Garden and Nurserie at Flushing

being pa d. "e America, do hereby declare and make ,t Tnc vast quantity of matter crowded near New-York, offers to furnish the

1 Qti Darby: Marrissa',Ireland,Thcmas Tarrar, known, that a Pnblic Sale wHl be held at by small type and careful arrangement, public with such Trees and Plants as they

..Jonathan Deirmanw ) England) Merenti Lain: & Alexis son the Lai-1 Office at Tallahassee, in the Ter- into the columns of every number of the may desire. The collection of Fruit

.. 1 M. : > In Attachment. frere, Murseilles.' ntojy of Florida on the third Monday 'in Saturday -Evening Post, will in the Trees of all the various kinds, And also: of

Effort! Jones. .) :W. Hasell Hunt May next, for the disposal of the Lands course: of a month, furnishthe.most ample Ornamental Tiees, Shrubs and Plants !iJ

:- aN tHis case Writ Attachment )has Post Master. situate within the limits of the,following materials from whicH to form an inter by far the most extensive and valuablein

.r been issued and levied on certain cattle described townships and fractional town- esting periodical work such as the Casket America.
L ofhe said d rendant,-and a suit instituted Post'Offi e Pensacola 71st snrps.viz : > has been, 'considered by its partial i In addition to the immense acquisitionsof

in the Superior Court fcr the Western Persons April 1827-5-St. i North of the'case line andVest$ of"the friendsand Buch-as we intend, it shall be. former years he has now above5ttO
J District of Flo. ,Ui.Adam'. calling for any of the above letter Meridian. Notwithstanding, fact'that the Casket
will,please that they are adver is but collection IUITO Yauieties: ot
Gordon tised. Townships "No'3, 4; 5; fractional town- n from the columnsof

F Pensacola 6th Uec. 1826 ry. for,Plff sh ps'No. 6 and 7 of Range No. 8, the Saturday Evening Post, we confi the most choice Fruits,

Township No' 6, & fractional township dently predict, and indeed we are sanc which are not in possession of any other

' ,& ,& MA IT AF&X ;MAIL. ARRANGEME1N T. No.7of Range Nos.'.9-10111 IS, i tioned have that in its'the experience we already establishment in this country,all of which
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'Northern Mail inclusive. : most numerous patrons! will are announced in the Catalogues bf 1826.
I \ South of the a3e,4Line and Eastof the be found among the .subscriber to our The assortment GHAPES consists
DUE every Wednesday and Sunday. at4o'clockl'.M. Me dian. weekly paper." :A,large number cf those aboie

JS27 'o Township NO. 2 and who take the 'Po depend upon that
fractional 250 KINDS
i, ) Departs every Saturday and townhps' for the ,
Tuesday of
paper news the
at'S o'clock A. M.Florida. NOB. 3 and 4, of Range No 1., therefore weeki i is comprising the finest Wine and Table

: Just*received 'and for SaleTensacola Mail Townships Nos. 2...& 3 ofRt'lge: No.2. member read-with-avidity of the by almost eve Crapes of France, Germany, Italy an.!
Townships Nos. 2 t 3 of Range No. 3. .ry family where' it i is received the Crimea.

4T.TJI4 Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock A. M. Fractional Township No. 2, of flange and this general frequently in- The proprietor having: acquired extensive -
t its
ii jures
Boolcsto e. Departssameday at o'clock P. M. No. 4. appearance so much as almost to information on the subject, from
render it unfit for the file
w. Haell Hunt.Kovember W. Hasell Hunt, The Townships are to be offered ..in'the The numbers too, by this and for binding. actual observation and experience, j Kena*
:i order in which general use, bled to make such selections as may be
'1> 186, .Post Matter. they are above designated are not unfrequentlv lost, mutilated
Pensacola 8th with or suitable to locality, and
April 1827. beginning the lowest any particular
:i : .nJsm .B CE.!. VEDI _n of Section in each townshin.. number entirely.-..i..ne, destroyed casket"... ,.is and calculated-the file thus broki'en. such selections are left to him he will!
to
All I> FOR SALE ,The lands reserved .by b for this prevent send such as cannot fail to succeed.He .
w, the use inconvenience, and to
ESTABLISHMENT. furnish
" schools at avery also otters them in assortment oi
At the or for other
fensacola Bookstore purposes, are to cheap price, all the useful '
' TJie be,excluded from,sale. for which the weekly mailer one dozen each at the following prices.s
.p a complete and genera assortment of 1 paper would be de- For the 1st assortment, g8: the 2d g6
Given under strable when bound.
my-hand the -In thus
City of
giving :l'' and for the 3d S4 50.
Washington, this tenth day of January permanent form, and select association .
: I to Persons who
Eag1
furnished
: Tavern order will be
Grapes
QUILLS: H. A. D.'r 2r. the choice pieces of our weekly contributors with
direction for tbeir culture.
.
I it is
I, John Quincy Adams. confidently anticipated that : The collectous pfjROSES e xereed.SOOV.41IEl'IES .
J some ,of them of A16> J1eW and successful inducements
q very superior quality. i By,the'President' will be
,
held out for the
exercise ;
i flC/'Wanted:: a quantity of iJeese, Ea TRAVEL.S, RET superior talent -
t plcs'Aikl Swan '-\ViDgs. .. :I George Graham, and unusual care in'our literary dei&rtmentin and of GIIL'FJtliO'USE PLJ1MTS, he
< THE Subscriber informs the pub. Cemtidtntner the :addition to the has above
of Gen. Land
: I'eiiucoIt.:1st OJite.Shduld recommendationot
IarchNFORMS -
: _} "lie. that he has.
f ) opened house i' I neatness in the
j \v. ,1 UTT ,- of. Public"Entertainment, :.n the any,of the lands proclaimed for particular attention general appearancerand 2OQ5PECZES,
,tale at Tallahassee on the to the ty. are
15th which
I of comprising 20,000 Pots
n his, -fiwuh nd the bdnseiftamerly.oocupied by Maj. flail 1827 under the January Cgfap'hicAl execution. it is our, int ntjon ; among
pub- all *
IU
Proclamation those and
J o/.I..ltc./ :forahat. jmrpose, fronbftgJihe'pu: lic of.th'e Prerident to embellish each known as, most beautiful
ge nsUyithat he k 'the number ef the "Caak-
t of the
___ tfvs United States
Qibicb dated teresting.
the I
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in et"
e.buifitt cf witlrthree
; up a convment.nunBer handsome
p .::1I 54th of
.:r.J "ngravings :
1 and.wlll ta e'", .t l for,the reception of &&, whatever May, 182G be.from any cause from'ihe hands of some of,the AW 6is-, (af':: Catalogues may be had grati* of
o not offered
t v Uers chen. jmMic sale at the the.different the U*
; : ditingthosewho : : o ;f .". \ ieircusij. may1U'.JumYitb.* : ..b. pp'rl ,the,..best which; the ,time aforesaid, the earnewill be offered at With these claims to country. nion ; and orders through any of thenh

, 'alIUiane. 1.0th"Feb.: 3827. iWHt. *1 ...Uketi' :.,id".I1K1.his |>afwlhv the .the pubTic sale al the time and place stated in "Casket" will., as baa been patron3ge, the of by mail ftostpaidj will meet promp
b i\ if I above proclamation. The sale previously altenlion. .
.. \ J .y --tI'," :: Iquors. No exertion will be to men Honed, afforded to those.who :
commence with,the lands sub-
., : nVe'\1. 1 g- .vantipg, on the"4'art j of :the. : proprteto; claimed, and,will heretofore in the pro. scnbe-for d, paper exclusively at tIle William Prince\ ,
4I.n4ez progress order
; I 'Mibisriber : :4jeivral ,satisfaction to those in low price of 82,60 year C. M. of the Linnzau of Paris;
OTpHE Tespectfully Infonnr *ho 'favor which they were proclaimed. per ,. a subs ip. Society
; him
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which
4l' Ins friends, that.he will itiil'continue i company. Geo. it.is confidently believed, is of the Horticultural Society of London,
t *' ableliare.weUcalculatedfbra Graham
to draw'Deeda,"Mortgages: BiJJjof BatesjTowers" nuraJeruHipttes -, much lower than that for any other pub. and of thelm rialSociety of the Ge OJ.-
r I Attorney and other-Instrument ,DsiUr-vrdlatall- ahaai i'good,and:attentive 49- -1 St. CimmilI'lQner.& 1 hcation of,a similar character in this gofili FLorence. '&c. &c.

: of writing,.in,-tJ4C".most approred forms' Famjliea, times beat hand. 1 K my absence Capt. Al. Crupprr is au- ,country-but to the subscribers of "The I Orders received by \V. Hasell Hunt

J' on the,usual terms; and solicits. conlinu. can ,be'.accommodated r.1 entlcmcn who. nay wish, JL thorized to receive and pus receipts Saturday Evening Pout" rhe Casket" : Agent for the establishment.
; with private a- ot monies due will be furnished tor -
. J ance of their favors. 'nts. any me, also to make con. R2,00. :

7\7'W.; Hasell H putm ractsfor the hire of my negroes-C ATKINSON &. :ALEXANDER, mi t 1.tra.
\ Dt. .. Geo. Fisher. .
: Byrd ( Willb! Philadelphia. (Executed. an4tiipatc.httt
Fenucola
Tth 1835. 'ruab1sice: Dec. 1 1.-tt Pcnsaco Subscriptions to the : Feb. S8th lBt7 '
it i 52-t. atthisOc1. this..office

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