Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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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: May 18, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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-VOL.: IV.. (Prineipia,new hami nCl.) PENS A COLA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1827. (Open to all parties : influenced by none.) No. H ., :

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:::i: PUBLISHED WKKELY 11'--' I-------ed the said--Court- in the said j nitcd States of America in Congress\ whereon
I BY by :LAWS FLORIDA. I to levy such fine, then in every
W. HASSLL HUNT, causes ; and, that immediately there- assembled, That the-Secretary of the such case, the offender shall suffer rt
after the records and papers in the Treasury be, and he is hereby Author- An act to establish certain ferries in the corporeal
F.Diron PROPRIETOR whipping ,
SOLE AXD ; Counties J
ized lefund the duties and Gads-
transferred to to discriminating -
said shall be 0
FvMishrrqfthe Law of the United Stale* causes I not exceeding thirty nine lashes on 3
cnJ of the Territory of Florida. and become a part of, the records and that were paid in the ports of tho den.Be it enacted by the Governor! and the bare back, to be inflicted by order fi
StilSSClurT1oN-Y S5 papeis cJ'the District Court hoiden tit United States brtwcen the third of Legislative Council of the Territory of the judge of the court at which such

Hull year 3 i1 01)1!e.Aprocd. March, eighteen hundred and fifteen, of Florida, That the right of establishing offender shall have been convicted, '
Quarter! in year ailv.mtr.Ai'TtKTisivo 1 50 ; 2nd !March, ISO?7. and the thirteenth November of the and keeping ferries be, and and the justice of the peace upon :

Subscription payable Kvcry .vlvruisemrntof : IPCBLIc-No. i.:-.i same year, upon any vessels belonging the same is hereby, vested in the per- complaint made of any such offence, &
and measuring \n fiet:::ivini further compcnpafoi tot'-i" Captains to the citizens gf the City of and limited arc hereby authorised and
-:'. the widh of one column and Suhaltcrii"of the Arzytctl ol t.jC L u.- sons, to the places hereinafter : required to 4
than tuehe l line* 01 this typc,1irstinserooii Hamburgh, and their cargoes ; and for( bind over the offender .
rot more t :St.\t !--, in vet tail: casr'; provided ; that is to say. by recognizance, t.
i. one dollar, each w cKly continu- lie it enacted by the Senate and that the same be paid out of any money Finlay McCaskill to keep a ferry a- with sufficient sureties, for his appear-

(tncc.IC 5ine rifty cents rate., longer Hule and and n-'nlcr fipurcork one at, //r.use ofKcprcscntctircs of. the United ir. the Treasury not otherwise ap cross Yellow Water river, at the ance at the next court having jurisdiction i

:,' double puce for tue fir>t insertion. A1rrtjseincnts States of Amerita in Cr'i;ress propriated.Appancd: place where the black water road intersects of the same, to answer such I
; will be tastefully displayed a"ftCPi'lcThat! from and after the: l Ol.irch L', 1827.PrrucNo.) the said river, in Walton action or information as shall then be ,
recording. to the nature: of them, anti will passing of this act, each captain and |r 20.-1 county. Jacob Pittman to keep a brought* er exhibited against him, her
he measured by flatter o f this size t> pc. An act tr :t.aiKur/u: : the IInpnJ\i(}' of certain
When inscned'at intervals '((that is, not in- subalten!; in the Army shall be allowed H.irbois, the building olTieraiid for other ferry across the east branch yellow or them, pursuant TO this act, and for ,
...1 s ertirt every week, Iron the first to the one additional ration. purpoff. water river, at or near the place want of sureties, to commit such offenders I
tl a Jast: :in jrti(n) each insertion will be charg- Sec. 2. And be further enacted, Be it ,enacted by the Senate and where the yellow water road inter- to the corlmoimjail. '

e ...< a nirw ad.ertiscmem.-\rnoullt for That every officer in the actual command House of Representatives of the United sects the said branch Walton coun- Sec. 2. Be it {uri fr enacted, That .

adxiT lU3: Liberal'.ag{ piij.ible contracts! always will on be demand.made with of a company in the Army of States ofArncrLa, in Congress ty. William Miller, to keep a ferry from and after the firit day of March (

j those wiio wish to advertise by the year. the United States, shall be entitled to.. assembled, That the, lollowhng sums across Choctawhatchie river at Bun- next, if any person or prrsons whatsoever :
.4 [:j' Communications directed to W. receive ten dollars per month additional be, tmJ ths same are hereby, respec- ker's landing, on the boundary line of (ottr th'in; nrac l"V *...1." '
: Ilacll Hunt, Post Master, Pcusar-ola, will pay, as compensation for his itively appropriated, to bn ap ied'unider r Wsltim Coumy. And me said \v il- out hcenso" licensee, from the proper

be duly attended 10. ...J...1't..,..- and responsibilities A ,. with; rc- the direction of the' :"r sjdcnt of : liam Miller to keep another ferry a- authority( ,) shall directly or mdircctly i ,
fif 1: "'- United--- States.-- I spcct: ;the clothing,arms, and accoutrements the United States; to accomplish the cross I Holmes' creek, at the placewhere trade or traffic with any Indian

Laws of the, of the company, whilst he objects hereinafter mentbned ; thatis the road intersects said creek or Indians, cxcept for the necessary :
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=- BY AUTIIOIlITr.J shall he in the actual command thereof to say : near Bunker's landing, in Washington supply provisions, in their pass- '

: Provided, That no subaltern officer For improving Ilyanus Harbor: County Jonathan: Bunkerto ing and repassing to or from the nation -

who shall be in the performanceof in the State of Massachusetts, a sum keep ferry across Holmes creek, or shall presume to erect or setup

any staffduty, for which he receivesan not exceeding ten thousand: six hun- aJ] ames Bright's landing oh said creek any houses or huts on the lands reserved -

extra compensation, shall be entitled dred and fifty dollars ; in Washington! Sharod McKall to for the indians, shall he proceeded

to the additional ration herein For building two piers at the mouth btiikl a bridge and keep: the same or a against as before directed. t

: provided for.Approed2d. Oswego Harbor, in the State of ferry, across: little river, at the place Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, j' '

:.? Mardi, 1P/27. New York, thirly-thiee; thousand where the highway constructed, by That all and every person persons, _I
<- [Prune No. 2f L] three hundred and ferty-eihit dollars the United States, intersects said river whiteSjhalf breeds, Indians, mulattoes '.

An not authorizing Roads ill the tllc rcinpletinn Territory and of Florida rrp.iir, I Iofcf'rtam and sixty-four cents ; no part of in Gadsden County.*-And Da- or rnustigoes, who shall inveigle, steal, 1! !

[PtnLlCo. 2.] anil for other purposes. which l last mentioned sam shall he vid Wormack and John Rodgers to or carry away, any negro or other iff "
. An act making an appr pmtiou ir* the purchase Be it enacted by the Senate and expended until a contract shall. have j : keep a ferry across little river, at the slave or slaves, or shall hire, aid, or '

Congress of Book, and*fur for othir the Ui'8''f p'jrpose.-tic. Library of House of llcprcs ztath's of the U- been made f for completing} said piers place where Parhams': trail intersects counsel any person or persons to inveigle

Be it enacted bij the Senate and nited States of America in Congrcsr.t.cembled agreeably to the plan proposed in a the said river, in; Gadsden county. steal or carry away as aforesaid, '

: House Itiprcsentatives; of the United ( That the President of the leport made under the act: of the Sec. 2. Be further enacted, That any such slave or slaves, or that shall
States of Americana Congr.sszseinbled United States be, and he is: hereby, twentieth of May: lact ; and for erecting the said named persons be, and they I aid any such si ive or slaves in running

{ Tlat; the sum of three authorized to cau e to be opened and a pier by contract, at the mouthof aro hureby, severally charged with tlw I away or departing from his owner or
thousand dollars be, and the same is repaired, in the Territory of Florida, Dunkirk Harbor, in the State ofNew duty of keeping their said respective employers service, or shall give a .

hereby, appropriated, out of any a public road, known ly the name of York, three thousand dollars. ; ferries and }bridge, at all times in good ticket or pass whereby such slave shall 4
money in the Treasury not otherwise the King's road, from the Georgialine For improving Cleaveland Harbor repair, and in condition: to put over a. depart from the service of his or her

appropriated, for the purchase of ; by St. Augustine:: to New Smyrna. in the State of Ohio ten thousand loaded wagon without hindrance:, and said owner, manager, or employer,
Books ; under the direction of the dollars.I I the said recited keepers of ferriesshall i shall be, and he and they are hereby :

Joint Library Committee, for the use Sec. 2. And be further enacted, For improving the kit hor at the ) severally be subject to such rules declared guilty of felony ; and being ,
of the Library of Congress. That the President be, and he i is hereby mouth of I'ascapoula.l river in !the I and refutations as now are, or may thereof convicted, shall suffer death,

Srr. 2. And be further enacted, authorized to employ the tix>ps State of.Mississippi! and for removing : hereafter; be established! by the coun- and be executed as felons, and thatso ;
That the sum offour hundred dollars) of the United States, stationed in the obstructions: : to the navigation of ty court of the counties respectively, much of the laws now in force as

be, and the same is hereby, appropriated i Florida, in such rnann" as h&- may the n\cr, ei-ht, thousand} dollars.For : I r referred to m the designations: hereinbefore militate with, or contradic t this Jaw 4

out of any money in the Treasury I think proper, in opening aiid repairing ; leinovimr obstructions to the 'j made, as to the location of shall be, and the same are hereby re #
I I such road lilli for defr.ivinii tV- II i.avinjui.jn; of Sun aluck river such other regulations pealed.Pa ,
not otherwise appropriated, as a ';" ; << ; and \ ::aid ferries, and to .
rompensation to an Assistant employed expenses thereof, the sum of ci'\-n! prvtertiwj the :Ivjngatuck Haibor, l.-y ; now aro, or hereafter may be es- ,;r-d, January 10th L\i: 1327.March 1827.AGRICULTURAL.? :
by the Librarian of Congress during thousand dollars is hereby apjiic'jriu-. 'I' a :-uit-;>JJle YjI k, to prevent the wash- ablished! hv law. Approved- --,_. r

the present {session. ted. I I in", : ':;'th" sand liom Cedar 1 Point, into Sec. 3. Be further fycfrf, That ;

JOHNW. T.tYLOTL.Sicihcr Sec. 3.: And be furthir t'nactld: I iaid Harbor, a i>uji nut exceeding the said recited keepers of hinies shall!! -_ ,
(.1 the Ho"s-e of llrpi.-'intative; ?,, That th s additional MHU of live thousand litt.ei! huiiditu dollars ; I continue in the enjoyment of the said
NA'IH L :MA'-'O?
rr(''' !rnt nlthcSti.a: ; :*_, pro tunpeic.LM ; : dollars; : be, and the .same is Ivre- J')- "f cenmiIotiri{ !:! a pier at tiio en-I I rights; for the period of{ six years: and
/Frrr4: d : 31.U'! i-hlP-7.: )by, appropriated for the compk tiun tniK"of La 1'laisance h.'y in t'noTcirSiory i if ay: person shall within two miles otthher _
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.TOllH'I'.'J. ('f the United States1: Military road! of Michigan! 1 agieeaiily! tl) I, : of the aid ferries, ferry across "

.An r.ct t.* f'.Trr{the time ofho'dmg! ]!: th Ii;-:rn; l: from Pcnspo'la; ; to St. Au ustneT: 1-y I the ;::!'m :>;A cstiiuaw: made unil.! tl:.; I I tl.-' raid wa.-is any wa 20n, team, or 1b
('.lUft"'f the l"nitciiff: (:- Cdr fic :Souihtiiitrirtof I the ustructi0ii of abridge aciov.; l'tt{ act; 1 r :he: tweniieth of May last, llin-j any person} or thing, or shall; receive; _
D".- Aiabaiai, ;ar.d for ether ;pui poses St.ha'.tial1\! liver, St. AMJIU-- : offending
,r LtKicicd the Senate amiJltrjfc S: near 1'atui; nine: hnndird and, l >eventI'vrn \ pay therefore, he or they so
BL it by the. Uni-itLd tine ; and th t the further linn; of six :., dollars and eigliy one cent: I! shall forfeit ami pay to the person I
t f Representatives of : thousand doilirs be, and iho same is : having the riLit;! to such ferry, under!
America in Cvngrt."s For making; a : aniiexain'mationto -
t/trs iif survey
lu-reby appropriated, 1tlr; the )pprpo! the provision', of this art: the sum ut
Court ascertain 1l lie I and j Fro L'm Journalesirit
llS st I'lUThat, the District ( expedii-ncy[ : expense 'n. e Milttdgeville
the road from Coleruin lecuverd before ain 1.I
: dollars l bo
coi.ipletini ,
ei'tne I'niied: States, for the Southern the : oj constiiifiijii": : ; pierS to insprcvothe t"i Tlti. State of Agriculture! ,
to Tampa Bay; in i '
DiMrict; Alabama, =,hall: beholden i1 O'ecrpi; : Harbor of Chinch's: Cove, :ti tJ.c :I .' *tt-ate. in i.t <.rgia, with hints for its ,:nprortixcnt. -
Territoiy of 1 Florid; ; and 1he appro- : J'--l l.hn I I'1.:; } : ::; !
in The city of Mobile, on the second town ofton! i jjj thu S5at.jol'iih : II p, STOSI', .
Munday! in December, instead of the priatifiis! > a turc: :nd i-ii.ill' be paid; out I I )..lc'ijNlandtjhn'.itiie: ,] i-<< ;!!.:- J''ir .;,', ..t '.1)).,, I..Zi:1 i .(:\L (.\mncil.M.lnUVAL. No. 1.
ofa'sj J1lUl '''Y in LIt I : 1'reaomy, not t'\I\I'::1"l! ; \- That the course pursued by the
I ('t'1.1dltIndzLy in October. and in I For making a -UrH \' and I exaniin.tiiin ; ::- I \ .'.,.'!'".0\ I.; J :i, '21tli} 1'1-'"'.
ott rwise apPrtIU'i'iC'l. I I farmers: in iis! : State in the cultivation
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t.'idition to the term now directed bylaw I I i( I to asceit.tin: m tilt t 1 ; exoe.'liencv) and! .
t. ('(;. 4. A'fl; b ; it fuitltcr enacted, : i f;lover.i T :>>-rb.l\'rrit.ry tf I'loiida.A" : of cheir lands is defective in many -
1:: to be holdnn! ort the tirst Monday TIlt: if of the ah< ve rxpense 01! eieciinu!! a pier m .Stoiiingt I ., all.
any jrirt ajpiop.ri.tioi !\ '<' to ,i m-'f .- :r":ti i. :,.; tr.i..u":; with the! re -pecis, is acknowledge: by
in !in each and and Haibor in tin State of Connecticut
3l.iy : everyvar, it. A..Hhl.
-; shall: roin.iin unexpended, lu.ii uiii: u.jii! l.-r-r.. 1 FJi" I'l.-n- That 0iiie err in this important and
: !it 11 cuiiMnue so 1oii[!; as btu'.nti;; may the I two bundled dollars ; ].
iiou' '
han} bo appropriated to opening iisef.il who have better inibi -
; profession,
:-1': ,I"C.! I" communication. between Mobdietlo For defraying: the expense of an \\' 1 1 C K K A S, t 1,1" 3lfy; ) wt'1t'r.! nntion, and many from ignorance,

.'e<' :'. And be further enacted, or Halifax; and Indian rivers, in the examination i ) of I the public p'r: at Port mid trnminility of tiu 'iVrrttciry of i is alike undeniableIt

'1 h; tl v n ords and papers beloturwriuiij line! of communication: to 'ape Floii- Penn, Marcus: HoA I and Fort Milllin 1 lori.ia; do in"a iireal: measure depend may; be said that two principal;
District: Court heretofor"holden di, de-scribed in the report of the in the river Delaware; in the States: on the maintaining a good correspondence Ttr-- objects should be held in view by the.
at J"! ; town of Cahriwba! in Lu ineer, appointed inpi-rsuance} of of Pennsylvania and I Delaware, in or- between tin- citizens of this wish fiirjiwr-lst. To cultivate his lands
th" .Southern i) trict of Alabama of the der to determine the expediency and I i ritary and the Indians in amity
:> an ;act of Congress! ; twenty- and in that way, and with those: kinds of
l':.r..Ht ur1! as be in thousand of lepairing and improving the good people of the same
) may ueceriry eighth day Fc-buary, one I CX1)fl"C inconveniences have arisen crops, which are most profitable
;<'iry< i.rii.fmal; prosecution pending intu citjht hundred and twenty-four, authorizing tin same, one hundred dollars ; whereas many trading 2d. To preserve his land from injury

.' said{ Court, shall be transferred the sun'cof.l a military I For a Survey oldie Colbert Shoals : from private licenses.persons and impoverishment QB much as possi- :

tit, and! become a ;,art of the records! road from S1. Aug.istineto Cape Florida. f in the Tennessee( river, to ascertain with them \\iihout the Governor and bled
at.-J: }papers: of the District Court ; I the obstructions; the practicability, Be it enacted :; the The first object, in part, is so obvious -
1J}I i .'in Mobile, and all ruu.sos: ol Ai' 'ro"d: ll I..n'h, l".2.PcnurN. the manner, and the expense of repairing Lt .'\latirc (}OUliof for the better that all farmers in any country,
a (nulinrive pending in the District [ o. 7J] ) and improving the same, one of Florida, the Indians preventing would be instinctively led! to its adop
*-out l.c.f; '''j.rC holdcn at the adlO'v An :!'!for. the pr venation of the Cumberland( hundred dollars ; disturbances among with them : don.Vhatcvcr kind of produce

:. oi' :'uiuwba, i-hall; be transferred Ko.al.lie. it enacted by the Senate and For a Survey of the Colbert Shoals: : by person: bartering within their : commands the best price in market,
t.(:"."hc !)itrict Court! holdcn in the House of Rtprcscntatiues of the U- in the Tennessee river, to ascertainthe in tire wlJods or otherwise trespassing is certain te be planted by tbn t rmcr.

< V of Mobile, and shall! have day nitcd States of America, in Congress obstructions, the practicability, limits. or.. many that from and after the Cotton and grain! stuffs! are the only

'he:::e-n. and be proceeded ill to final, assembled, That the sum of thirty the manner, and the expense of removing firit MI the day;samp of_ March. next, it snau t.n tf tun kinds/ of produce; which are attempted. ,.

U\lH' Ut and execution, in the same thousand dollars be, and is hereby, them, two hundred dollars ; he:lawful for any person or persons to to be reared by the greater portion ot
D; i''m' ,1ras if the said causes had orh nkd appropriated, for the purpose of repairing For removing the obstructions to sell truck barter or exchange with a- farmers in Georgia. It is true some

in the said l (.'ourt holden at Mobile the public road from Cumberland the navigation of the Kenncber river, Indian, ,or Indians, any rum or other sugar, in the lower p-irt of the State,
; and it shall In lawful for( thezti4 to Wheeling} under the direc- in the State of Maine, at Lovojoy's uy clothing, arms, amuni- is made. and some tobacco in those
iast mentioned Court to issue ex- tion of the President of the United Narrows, four thousand dollars ; no strong tion. liquors,thin: whatsoever in the I counties bordering on :ho mountains ;

"tJtiQf1 upon any judgment heretofore States, to he paid out of any money part of which sum shall be expendeduntil woods or in their any hunting ground or within yet nothing forms a staple but cotton
flfltlrer1 in the District Court holdcn in the Public Treasury not otherwise a contract shall have been made settlements, or at any other .:;riieralT! and is almost the exclusive j
ell Cahawba, whicii said ,judgment appropriated.} for removing said obstructions, agreeably our, other than at stores ores hou*-I I ;article raised for e-xportation. Whenceit
"hall not have been satisfied!, and to .I Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, to the plan proposed by the Engineer place licensed, Ibr that purpose, or shall : is certain, as long as the presentstate 1

issue writs of scire facias for( the purpose :I i That the President: of the United employed to make a survey of hunt or trespass: on the;? lands; beyond : of things exist, it will he planted ,. 1

of re\i.vinfj any judgment here- States 1 be, and he is hereby, authori/- said Narrows. I the boundary line. And eVI -1 1ry ,more extensively than any limit J
tolurc rendered by the: Dish 'ourt ed to appoint some suitable personto For the erection of Piers, placing present soolTeudinor-as aforesaid), slnll And at a fair price, is coa ider.

huldn at Ca1mwba, and to i-suu: > ail si'MOiintend. th repairs to be made beacons or buoys, and removing obstructions forfeit one an.'. upon legal conviction, I mojt profitable crop Tllesl' ;
other writs or process whi'h:! may L icoisary unsaid Ko.ul, whose compensation, at, and near, the entrance before any court of this Territory, are palpable to all, and reccivassent \. i
according to the course oi to Lp p.id out of the s\jui appropriated into the harbor of Saco, in the Stateat having jurisdiction of the sume, the of all. Vet .the best mc- i

judicial prol't'e ings. i.y this act, shall be fixed by the Maine, a sum not exceeding seven of five hundred dollars, good and cultivating those articles, to raisin '.
Se.c. 3.: And be it ftrthtr enacted, President of the United States. thousand dollar sum lawful one half thereof to be the largest quantities, and 1

i hut all) causes of a criminal nature, | Appuu) d2d March: 1K7. I Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, to money him, her or them, who shall most perfection is stll: a de f fI
llow jjeiuUn"} in the District Cons 4 [PfBLlc-'iO. 28.:.? ] That the several sums hereby appropriated paid and such offcndersto I turn, and a subject upon whicl '

aolucn at ( :;thawba, shall be proceeded I An.,act.I to. !Iuzir&refund:' to certain citizens Duties of Hamburgh p.iid i upon,VcsNb aiul- shall be paid out of any money sue conviction for and prosecute the other half fir the( diversity opinion exists :v.. ;

in by the "ame Court,to final j udgmen thEir rargoc':'. ; in the Treasury, r.ol ttbenviae of the Territory ; and if such offenders My practical experience as
t, and] to execution of such judg- ttc it emitted by the Senate and I appropriated. J use shall! 20: have sufficient eflbct3 I met will not justify my offerit _: .
,UlCIJt t'; sentence as mny bo tLder lL..tc nf Jtcjrcstntativcs ofMc U- I: rrr"'itj 24 ;.Irc ITL :

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1 t TMs; :ilor.co this (('I1\'rrs cr3"1t '1 iic- ship 1 : HowMi-.l had crrivoii ar ,I the rcpcrt brought by the brig
I raiiRcnl&( ]'( ling t:'is pnr? of myl artichrs of coin, CN!.:n nr.J td:1CC" I Iimpo'erisl fir-pent f Cale
. In min \\c attempt to supprt' 1 ( 'M-uir-t'. It'I uas to am Wilt its it. This :.iirerence ran tbt"I.ih been
t ilisr. .s>km at present, I should evened! only bo attribured! to the small; ,rain ll\'r. piompt control,it appears. from change} in the markets.M7 ; fouirht iu the province of Rio Grande

J jhe limits: set to 41,1" communication. shadinLr; the uround fiom inl'viK. to lure apt the fond truth to czprcsr, de Castelhajac, a passenger in between the Buenos Ayrcan and

j [, ; will proceed *,ithe consideration: ofi j j jviti I I iiia'uriiv' and rettuninij the I .stubble: I I l to the Edward Quesnel, is bearer of despatches I Bra/illian armies, in which it was believed -
) ,. ,\'Hloh tiniIoli! -liTs in the features that islJilll' j! for the Fn licit Minister. I the latter was defeated.
., ", :1; t i ';.J t'I!.j'd. 117. : 'il! ) lt!'c''r\'l I. the o.u 1 L I II :I I For
(.t.. i.'ttas 1-rum il.i.j.r\: ::11.i. : ::1''. \.\ l1"1 !believe: x'o:e-: .it'n; e\banK 1 land Thraptures. the t o J ..1" 1 k-S tin nourishment jceei\e. in : 1. followli: ; important article, on the I Iauii.ority on this subject, we acknowledge I
utA'- much .- l'n-I!'"' j bv it ; 1" I ( IL tJt1ntill'U"! :Ul.lT this! I '!IHlSC.J'iu : I ourselves -
r I HM ::rtsnuior: ur-v ,;'men1: Its tfO\\ III t from the iriond; ih.ut: i> ,', of tue Autisburg Uazette : I : indebted to the politeness ot I
I 'I ** i. i I I I I; mutually spoken oml felt.AH'tijli&ifc. lluchart J 3th. Feb.-Private letters citizen ha i
H'111 if the an intelligent
iaj'.4> 1\; wi- uer v.-.jjpoM-d: ; provluct was iet'l.ncil nassenierin -
I Jie thiv ground when it lias --- from Constantinople of 4th ult. the (;ih'dunia. He ;
u.jr nn(M' -tt (n rv ::'eTas : tact to ; attained Li II ii.tVr.K I

'I. I ur announce that time Port had declared, us that the Buenos \yrcan army under

vl'' 'te,! bv the majority of planters.ili.sthr ; : would l l trut'rrt'! illy to improve! the ig.-On Tuesday, through) Reis Ellendi, its determination the command of .general Alva-,r,

I I i ininous puhry'ah; } Hf'at 1 iii-1 I, and mtke: it richer; finally than; a person living in :Maidstone, lefti to rcfi-ct all diplomatic overtures having thrown itself between the van

t j'!'' the Greek insurgents.The of the Imperial army and R:o Grande( ,
I :hu\.nHlIl land were they ;:re, anduhcnllnt of iron! or wen wood, he accurately I llein afraid that a pig, in the sty, motives lor( this decision are the continued to advance towards hit

t. I is exhausted: either to buynwrc filled with sc many pounds of dirt, and intent be stolen, they iransferred him same as tilOSc expressed on previousoccasions. city. as far: as the walls of Jageron! ,

, t or yell what they have (*lots a a vonetable. }tl.IllH.d therein, for in-I to the cellar. After some timcpiffzy which town it entered, paying due

: s's'.t+i v t'.i'M! of -ed oJ vnnd gullii. .,) r.t a stance a( pumpkin. when it arrives I contrived to ascend into the kitchen.. A hasty glance furnishes no further respect to the property an-I! person

! i, i;'.tu'','11 pri e tiiid! remove to the nuc 1Il.llllrit.i. i( the fruit ald"int. he and inspected the cupboard : in that particulars of- interest.- of the inhl itaut'i. TS!! ; H .H'.lOo

Ii.l "PiT. /(1:0.w"'"!\ by following the weighed,. they will he t found! ;tpH'isin'r-. I helium 1 about two poin.ds of bacon, 1'fum the (,* inne.,curl AicTtisr, Ayreans then made; a diveMo] TO_

1 ,: *I ->..!. teps, similar mL: ;un's would ly heavy; ; \%when! *:u? dirt; i'rC'VCihlCdt i which, in a most cannibal-like manner, I"runt (iibniltar.-i.'y the bri'
I ". ii.ictobc taken; aL-l:! thus emigrate; \vPl: ; i'-und: t<; 1:ive sustained no loss.Now he dC1 UUl'-d. II is repast soon making J..f';lller, arrived yesterday, we hive I capital of the 1 province,) ;.n't ,ter

t i4in one jilact.1 to ;Miler, without i if tho }proiu!
*-\ert'HJivingn: : -ettleinent. and returned to the dirt its: fertility! ed about for March Their contents are ilninlPoralit -
j f peinr'n1 j sought ( something to al- alists, finally succeeded in I br.,."
JO I t ; I : i-his w ;hlch: has tilled thrtlii } will be nude than it ( The Egyptian fleet, whiciisailed
., course !eater was I provious 1: I I lay his thirst, and-iu the course of hi; them to action on or about the 2 ;M.
<-411:1111'v'1th wa'te !plantation) to the growing;; of the plant: I I researches, he smelt something savoury from Alexandria for the 1 1\lores of February. As it was expected

r mid 1 vacant houses; and which, itld iti- "1 h 'H' foS;; : t.0 *tn I ploVG tae ewH( '5 in the upper regions. Accordingly on the November conimandeo! by that a general engagement would I..'
wgClf the future by the past; promises and jw:.!Jil-tlIt': of nature I, :Moharem {;{,\, son-in-law of the P
I : powers: ; he scrambled: up stairs into a bed! t decisive of the contest, and would(! :it.
, i to fill tIll whole State with deserted C"P11rI!n i l.-ft! t to her'-h, though she} I i room. There he ilium1'llcrewith cha, consists of 7.j sail, of \\hich .a-I all probability involve consequences

) I I i t Jn'2.i: :r.. i C(1Uirclon'rcr; periods) to accum )!i..h !i to \1 ;I.h down the !bacon, for -n the a re sloops of war, four tire ship of the} highest importance to both

' I :; I'mler the present State rrf cultivation } 'her purposes than (/V. Thus the old I floor! stood several bottles of eldrrber-] the rest European: and Turkish! Trans countries, the commanders-, the two

' f.: t' in ih' old( counties, it takes a- field exhausted of it.- fertility, uiul} de- I I;I ry wine. 'Drawing corks' he did not ports.-There were no troops onboard armies bad established the highest degree -

" ii 1 much !laud for t the tillage j.n-1 Mippuit seilcfl by man, nature sett about! !t' restore II J I understand, but in 'cracking a bottle but money, 1 1ilU111t111it / J1'isOUS: and} of discipline j which their respective -

i of one i family, a; foimerly served, it to its primitive: state. It i k; : li" proved himself to be as dexterous tO11. The specie on board commands were susceptible.

.. i I when h't'sb,1i: sx: or perhaps a dozenllanilies. } soon covered with th-j shorter"cg -I II a:: any bn-\ irant in the parish. But amounted to !000,000 Spanish} doll.ir.s. When rIm action commenced, the

; J.I : No'from this course ofl I tation ; shrubbery glri1s| : up which 1' his frcd: now drew 10 a close ; t for Sm\ rna dates to the 9th January Buenos A\.rean army numbered about -

; !:;In"s. the wealthy; are f_.ltLll.di; by in time heightens: into trees, they by :I piggy not a-, 'drunk IS David's; Sow ;' state, that; great exertions are making eight. thousand; men, prinpally *?-
. ( -iiaVingalitlic'rICKS' ; wrim; y Ill 1i- SCa11IIlle j i'ruitijj Anti iiinuillv n'uiuri4 '1 he capered about, tl!rt.v down the to organize more Turkish I troops.Lislx mounted that of the razi1ianthout
. }MO-> lands at reduced prices! 10 make : the soil: with the t fulL I!;::;:.. cauyj i chaii.x, brcke -v.-ahlI.ml bison, and >n dates; to March .I 1 *tatp. ;. onU '
ion iliu" 'hp.
i 1 a support 1)) changinir! ofciops, culti-j I it it* regain it'i 'or. swallowed the s'"p. The'last per- that since the rebels have been worsted ziiian general aware moo.of the Bra
i ,ting the field but eral of their deta Jnnonts have ; powerful.
x ; same OL e perhaps f Fiom 1i1: ,th'\e tact: t'l'l'\ natural 10rJJlilll'nro'ld; thin cause of 'rfat! :1I sot -- ISuenns
I 1 in tlnee! (Ir four yel1'ih those : - ; mutinied, and demanded the heads of charge the Ayrcan cavalry,
for I
i processes !pn.-sc.Tvntrand im- 1 !arm to the neighborhood:! for .in the his ccutl'and flanks
protected by ;i
t fflJ. 3 ops wljkji! : ] Jic iniurMtis. I :H thJN !1'1'11i i itg! binds ]11I reieit tliemsi-lves. f! traiety of f his hart, he got up on his their leaders. Other accounts arc, larire body of German Lancer
\t'IV .1lll'y their bind.-, endimprove The i that the rebels had concentrated their
i pie.srrve first > by judicious interchauL'e hind legs, arid with his snout all over The furious and
encounter was bloody
.t r ft thc'1 M rae ; i.ot became If f fro}:. 'FIlI'tI'(1:(d i is, b\: return- soapsudanl; his master's' night-cap forces, and taken a position, from ,
and the blaunhter
, 41 1 they !possess any more agii'/huiid i : I in:: all th-: y.:'...tII"J; at a !proper sia-: on his head; looked out of the window which Gen. Clinton, with the English on both sides. consequently Tho battle lasted, great

tj skill than those tin y borhi! ?i"',m, but son of i the v.ir:) i to the !uioundt! i j for the Lenett -d'the t air. Being and Portuguese troops, were soon to withoutjtermissioll! until
: !'1 because they o\\n inon: ''ii.nl tiin: i iiibsoltitfly i5t fiel-ls v hih -Ir" ?lot[ in ;acluui; cjdtivafion. obs-M-veda.prcat outcry was raised attempt their disloJgincnt. the combatants., night separated

necetsarv* cur cultivation, "j'he first i.. very natural I and I and it vs: quickly; rumoured thatJlr PIC'FL'RlOF.1PSQ.IP.APIRIl.
The loss sides it is
, 1. of \ieullhv Lxtrart ofaU-uer, fromV. I". I IVlur on both sup.
this train: ,
ion) : evnK tilt: ,. ri wl-at! of Esq.
nv erons! rr.ad l/Ilh1* at the
a. pig, .f (
4m.dl Con-ill oftnt.'mtcii; Stairs fur tin:: ports of posed is nearly equal-in all, about
r form the I inhabitants '
eventually pincip '; ; ;:liiil) '.U 11r ti) UI'C M'-.J! otlnrcjojjs mouth Jookiur' out ( a "hauiher win Arit.i and! ltl ik.I! residing in the Ci'oj. 5000 killed andu
: 1 it ; and owners of tie! ,oi j), and v/oiild Je.(d melarlhi-r) : into tiie dow i I ni' f Carey street ; and the tip : :\rc'll\ipl-tll liut'ticr.d in IJahunon'. The men, uud/d.
j'I Cra/alian
may thus create a Kind! of ari>torr'cy : siihjecj than: 5< ;:i'!:!tf nded. This} nn.'sidejend I porker 1 bv all accounts certainly! had a "This City contains; about 50,000 o.1jicial.claim the victory -
f'I 1); I ill i inhabitants and is situate in but the !people of Rio Jt' tit! t
; n 1(1% experienced! : some ; aKo soinvwhat} the : a largo
upon! quality -jiieer! look. It 'va proposed l to sheet I
r districts of in the icier States and'! beautiful} well watered I seemed very doubtful on tho Minjen.; ;
; country ? of the soil and of cultivation.Much plain.It I
a him
;,e ; to !prevent i-mlier mischief; but(
J i'jHii( 11 time lrllle! old coiini'ias ins : mi rht be aid wiib ard I was formerly the residence of many I as notwithstanding their : turhnu-rit xto.
r' ,; tef.he after much pro aul; > ort a resolute .
; -the Empero: (hIViu-; sliott: tine ,
'lfc.'. of the richest and noblest
dilieiiiie of the! fertilJ/.inif I Spanish
iI tjuality man went and by 'i little skillful
f I The melhoilof VieVjK up f families arid i is now of of the previous I're.elJl' i him; \vi five hundred .
; : us' ;m'tll i'rain. and thearieiies} of; maufeuverinir, popped' )jmy in- ; many
} pcor ,
L i < ou h: to ct)1.tje! th*.: aitui'.liou! :: uf I It each J\ll.t'; the method ;and l time: of !!I to a !poke, brought him .safely down" 'f I wealthiest merchants: in Peru. In every thousand "oiltI..r i ;:icl not ,:
il 1tI11ICi'sy1IO wish the is of evineo signs of j )y o.* j! .n IottlOn, :'
't street running any
.. ,.t. : r= +l'CJjI1g- ; to suvlne.i1tei W::,lt TOPS, &1'. but I and he vis safely deposited in his re _
,' ihciiiM,hi- ai.d] iheir} water, the houses wfcil either in their ;.pper Mct} o in the
:tryst-rvc posterity mic-U dedini' it fcthe are tolerably
without ,
f. preeiit.Tlcstcond sty, any otherdamaijc: to himself
. from endless!! ('111 L::\:lion. At present .'i is also huiit, and the inhabitants! ; cn.fl. and illumination ofthen' !.,(-s. Of: I.C:
; ( pr"C"h' ; ; simple, than beinz a little the; worse for .
ft'ft's.s. ; tilt ., further deta,Is .'frliii l !baNk1.: :'. 'u.-
few f familic.1) iliem. elves sl e- j but not so 'l'Ull1lll l1. The Lest toll(: 'liquor.-l'llglish Paper.FOKEIGIVT.. hospitable to strtln er:. The city is \ :
; I- +,'t('(' the I 1110.,1 t expecting ultimate 1 I I for turniiH', under vegetation, I think j ..-- --- _._0 surrounded with t farms villages etc, j i possible, at the time! ol lL.r.g Hid ?t
-- --- ---
; t' tI"Y} tiuiffo'e! iiCLlei-t t :is in .\IlI.t. or in Septyinber \vher. and at a distance is seen, in all din cI i!{ Grnnde, to obtain any info.-oa'iou, i
I J __ ___ ___ I I ,
''von* K i1jt ef iinnruvfinent.! \I hit it I the} veiic'i'ibli.s! or plants which usually I i .c lions, snosv-cnpt mountains.-Quilca .|I; the ofiicial reports of the d\; 'I:'\ !being -

t. ju-li. :t IJ,. h uie 1 l'o.nlH't: ( t-f their ,'si-: : :lour:.* :insiubl}.!c Iidd! are lull of sup ;j i B;the packet ship Stephaniafrom I i is the nearest port, and in a direct line I. entitled! to any credit, and rumours .

".<:-irt >, (J*- the 1 ajpearanco! i of the} I i:, and'la\e! c. .t:, riv:'l to perfection. It 1 Havre, the New York American }Ins is about 20: leairn,j.s distant ; bat by being. equally unsatisfactory.
a and ilms from the i received regular files of Paris Jour- tile road which i is mountainous ---- '- :
; a-
': t.O'tH..y prost.e'ttiiViu'iri'a'.ion ut.i-l'l! : be !prt-ibrdk', that fields ;Inttndi" i '
} i nd their it I ;j nals] to the Zd March inclusive. bout lif leagues this is about DGMESTII.-z-- ,
>} < days, as loj: UtrniuL1! should not be trray.ed ; port : ------..__ -- -- ,
v< ro, MI uncomfortable hour's. and ; on! as sock destroy and kill'-the 1 The: Gazette of Augsburg announces t') be abandoned; and Islnv, much.
t, I under tlu head of Vienna: that ** i .LV:w York. April 23.-The frigate;
. on lit :.leered tdl'nly.ips I ranker AeL-etntion it : better in every respecr and nearer
by tiamplinu:
\ U
.; There are two circumstnn-ies, more I II t down. H( rlJ'iI'l'wtation: to tf.'; i i iI that; rity had Ircen thrown into consterI to vreqiiip-j! .snbstitutni; for it.-:\rica .VITKD STATES, Commodore ISAAC .
tljai other, which tend t I :I nation by the murder mil'till: Abbe is distant about I HULL, arrived at this port 3'e<*teny!;
,, any to iinpuv- :I (L'round atif-r it bus died and its juices i I j ; ;oO leajiues, a good I ''
( (.lh.h bud. The tilt i is, !J'1('i|;Ui-n does inconsiderable ''I'lank}: Professor rri'iihcmatics. lie tar JIHIr, and near the city; of ";'1C'11a, from the Pacific Ocean, after an :absence -
evapi-rated, ) good :
luininc and (\pOSH!' rite ,',:1;l to the !:J hi.di as dead, weeds was 72 years old, and had given les- which is a small and ;ugly place. nearly forty l1lonh-having lefc
corn, cotton -
l-i iI :nn'r; -\'.' .The second. is h\.' wash- ':;|. or tobac 1 {. stall: grass:. };ut atlli( it is !o!.? to the hereditary Prince aid th'.1 Doth Quilca and Arica :nty; he, said: Hampton loads nn the 4th of Janui .

.I I. in*. Land IS ::el In' rued s" murli l-v !I i'! (better to return them! to the ground D-ike!i of Rcichstadsf! ('Napoleon's; to be ports of entry fur Arequipa. ry, 1-.2 I. She sailed from Valparaiso

", :1.! tiie p'-nt:: hivh i.s CttlI ; '!:ill gather them off, or burn them, as son ) ..IelilS a distinguished and The Climate- is very t fine and dry and I on the :Mtli J.-nu.iry; and left there

I p'f !iv.i rtur! 1\.' the noujMinv: it re'ivc I: v\hair'1: :( -; they Illiy'lint'l. iH nOl e-it'-emed nalJ-tlw person suspected the air pure being situated about! .the: Uraudywinc, Commodore Jones,

> is; hv rn". I ih, 1rom) tluurour.d! : .. enrich the !iri'')\und as n.ih'h ns t''e' 1'01I I of his murder was immediately! handed SUO) ( feet above the level of the sea. V iucer.ne.Captain Finch, aid

..s it i is, by tho frc T.-jnt Mirriii; ': of the' tt') tak-! It-oiiLdit to b.; a maxim; over to the tribunal He i is of Last year we had not a drop of rain, : schooner Dolphin, Lieut. Commandant -

':.round n ece..MUV: to d( -try *'e jeta- with the farUM'rs; r.trrr! tn nJllOl'frw goodf'jcietv:: and rained; l Jaros/juski i, I but this year we have had plentiful smirk, bound down the COilS

?ion likely to lime: lrllpt its trrow.h! :! I, 1l''/:::1It ( sur t'V.Taticncun( tit J. and has. teivtd ;ilS Colonel! of the Polish showers, and the aai'equcnce i is, the On her passage home the United
ii.ei'nye\jii.' the soil dompoi'mrr legion and isdeceratod with looks ; States touched at St. Salvador on the
>iniu to tilt .rt1(1, (1(11'(7,! if rc'iinu'ii 1"; it. various I country delightful, and generally -
(' i'leinentofli'ri!', air and lanitisvho Ire solely! } bent on :I IP ,! orders. I He had made; the .acquaintance I r healthy. The: }productions art- Ijtil ultimo, where she left thw sluop of

J aril. That str."n 4 lieht h.-.s the effect mkiIlr, : 1'.tOII: reLfai\ilcss; of the trou oft!Ire' unfortunate profes- corn, "vhrat, barley, cotton,, cofiee, war Boston, Captain: Hoffman. Sho
ftiujnn'; the soil, when exposed! to i'by blesA 1 iV"-juent selling, : 'lJr under peed xt of borrowing money su':-calte: kc, and sone delicious: also stopped <;ff IJarbadoes, Martinique -
buying or H-;
ailtivalinn I fiom him. The Abbe Plank fruits, vi. and! St. Thorn, and! sent boats
r ( us supporU-d bvlacis. J Ii was ;; ; oranges, citrons, 1 pnmgranatis -
i! inoviui') : will object to the method! ')f
I' ; Ltt ;a peic tiV-jrouiul !be cox I: ;iin] nniii'r_ their" lands pointed) out a- found ui'fI.c.1'itlt: thirteen poniard pcapiies, !pt-ars, ;apples! blue mid I ashore ut e-ich of those places.We .

l i-iedibrone yo;ar, with iockor} I plank: I I1,1 t bov- TJifyill tell you, they haven \4 OIti' '11>.. white ur.ipcs: } sti.w berries. &r. have received papers front -

'.: ', "III: i to (' \!\.La',1ll\. !ij\- ,I I ) time f, ilo ihrse thin s. They The Austrian; Observer of the !T th Some of the peachcr. bore are of exquisite j Valparaiso} to the 20th of January,

'- lion ; the fol( !!t\11); ? yertr rt'ttvc the i'I P 1 iI't s!'"'ii I lr"'i"- croj.s of t cotton, iii F<:b. states; that according to the recent ilavour: ad tie strawberries \\hii-hdo not contain any news.

ovcrai: and culthaie! tin-: -j"I ,t, ', ith :j i i I I take.; tin :11 nil ih; t fvih; ; >:.vii Ir s.uiiti-j I tl.1 I advices; from Greece, a battle is Cl' extraordinary sie: Tie! bark collected List of oflicr: turned in the United -

'; the idftinin; _' ground, :uiii tin.! spot I!I ;pick i it (1 I if. Inuntit! : but- thy 4 \vll.j; j i'.n."ht: on the litii) Dec. at JJelira; in this vicinity is celebrated all Slate frigate United S'nteaIsaac

l'; n which lias 1 ecu covered will !1If'): 1 found, jn-i i: it t see ;as mu :-Katihfartion iu the i!Il'JIl( the oiher side of !'arll;lssus,' ill o\er the world for its medicinal virtues Hull, Esquire, CtminianJer ;

{ ( 1'Ilium'*.' better than: the udjaceni i i I Jt !jen !L Pans of their: planti-ilojj! : : :11 (' !|I \\ hch; the (;n'I'!" hail the ad'al tag; ( samples: of w l c 1'ilh, cotton, Cmllmudore-I.lae n u1.!

f -.d.! It'" Mionilt": .. :iulmd! :, foveit d ,! in \\"a<:lvl1ill, qthc-i (pJirts: are pct : Tic! Journal! du Commerce of the wool, wheat, & ;c. you will receive Lieutenants. Perchal Armstrong

by l..jj: C'.1'1.;--, or fnc("-, lll li l- | culiiv.ttiori.t j file f Ii nilly'-; have) to 2Mb; February'! ; announces that France with this. "- .
II. P-iuldinir ,
.JC \
MI. ]si\i 110. :'<: ;cut lv' m JI'onrd. !i ;as it i.> t!I kei'p: fJlI\ ill'!, or sell* thurs under its has just lost one of her best citi/.ens, u From October to June it i is warm C.' NicholsonVvr., H., Homer Lvif J., Edelin .

<'r!..!nen tn tUf.ilxev.t ; tiou; .f! all.Fii .- \alue, and* tie at the trouble! of moving and(] the Chamber; of Deputies one of but not tosay uncomfortable( in Aiecuipa INIarine: -
+mn M- i f.--. it ;t. plain: that those I the most diitinguiihed j: members of the both corps.
or Ir..ve:! their farms h':)twl: their ; ; summer winter cloth '
J pi.rtis: whid! } .t''Lr* : ,"'1it' 1'pSt li't',i.'lel1t I jcultinOn jt i! innnedi.iUTiiperintuidancc! !; they} opposition in the death M. ue G irar- ing is indispensably: necessary-between ;'fiiling Hlcl'-J. C \l'ttn.;

1 : a.l(, 't,U.t. )-(1:111 ''ilal.l"I I were to plant less cotton, and > -t parr din, at the a,e of GO. June and Oi-toberlhc weather Acting Sailing. Jascr.V. G.

the -rouuI'hl1t!t liule, aie tho-e! who J i I ofu', two 01 thief; hands L-r turning Two epic poems are announced at i is coo and pleasant] : at night is rather \Vouisey.Purser..

prodm;: viiirdej) .vith liie i;I Ii tiicir lands under, in a. rr per season( : Lyons, oiii- relative! to the one hun- cold, and ill the morning have found(I .-G. CMil.Chaplin. .
trt':1tf: st rxhni>tion: ol f s oil. as lINlI1.. j I dic/1 clouk 8ilJ'gLon.-U. n.'n.!,.
tilt \ would turn an inm.n ;u.jntiiv! days-the oihft to St. Helena. my ; very comibrfable the :
turn and tob:;' o. It ij mv op'iiiuii; i J. i.'l !i';
mouth of :'
: e.
in and
I one ur t\vu months, 1'Cmlfur f a suececVsiii'4 The Journal: : du Commerie! of Feb. July August i !.s .:
that if the tiroi-nd: was j.lou: hed aui' roll's Mutes. B. K. Finslar
1 : ( n.p.-} 'I:tlHll il I I'ih \ ei-: ; i _'7 -ays, that the friuate; ; ( ; UI!rriere of :ecu ice ; > wj k as a iljll! 1r. :lIr.
hot'd!, as u1'::'n ;!S it ia i nessaiy to I il j andI.C. P raft.
raise the plants abov.* named: without!i biiin'itter, clue ; ct.ulJ heht.dl I (Cn i! ) gnr.-:, built t at Marseillf: s, 1 for the I Cuur:.r.:. me .rent ot!" i;''Ct' .':.
which} Mould not he (olherwi.' (111- Pacha: uf I'/'ypt, and wh.irb sustained !month} to 1 llgcrs.-Lip\Jtcnant :,.;:..
' .t one of tin'm, or an\' tiliI,! else! lr't: Limtb.ey;! at :: allowed
''t. plaitrd; the oil would line iis tertili-I jtloyetl, Ll'fIIOH PE 1 "rcat datna:t u.H.in tlieauuehinLr! would (j( If, days.-ihre.o: time! ? a r.,oiuli to'! niaiidant B. Kcunon, late of the scho1 -- -
: : .
-wriut- ..-s- 'rrrlre -- --W_ !>! readv; le.r: set; in a month. -
; ( tc same t ) tliey
: -
ty milt ; s :: stas n v(': in cni- !
r tney !: H'; : tl' r'.t, 1\ ----I I with t i Gordon and James Williams C ni.ctlStates'
0' wIJul11"il j"r Alexandria l ,
) a the ii .
ti\aii.n.: The 1 soil is not thereforeir.jured I '. eLh jji.-rform ,: 'ilij::y / -.y J-orca
-' ___'_. French of about IOU( and Navy ; acting J. A.
from tile nature of the pautc'Uh"ilt'd --' -- crew men, month to Buenos AyrIy: : ;vay of 1 !purser

>o umcii a1 ti"' tithe (lxpo- ?/ 1 I amlor the rreiich il.i oTho Potosi, which takes between 40 and Bates, late of the United States''schooner

' ) --tri' Joi'r.' a,:. r.ll .\..:. It lIilS 111 l% I Ic Royal Court of Paris has recently 50 days, Dolphin ; JMr Sciden, ofNew

IK.JI s.ud that: inants; uhich! derive l+ 'r ifw ift rasa I I condemned. par Coutumace to u About twelve miles from Arequipathere I York.Jlidshij7nrn.E..

ft their nourishment' from the air, do not SHEh .L1''air-c ....:" WfI hard labour t for life, a young man who is a Mountain L.,;80 feet above IM. Rus5el!, Ai

jnpo\'C''i;-h tinjjn.nud as much I asiboe / '.f -" Irtd} killed' his adversary in a duel, the! level of the city and the city is Lewis, J. K. Blake, A. E. Dovvnes.,

wbir'i ii-r.r hani: s'lkorUutl,..' ; -' ,\,0., the ciicuinstatices of which are not said to be near 8,000 feet above the II. Pinkney, J. Manning, J. Calhoun,

.. .JW 1 e.t l'r.\t thjr nomisiununt: fiom the stated. surface of the Pacific: ; it has: two S. W. Stockton, Vii. C.l..awrcnce. E.

't tr Jnuw.!. Tins! HI iny 1.in a reat dot f LuvcLttnc"uac"'e The American of Saturday also points or summits each of which has Schermerhorn, P. F. i Bradloe: L. Pen-

n'e tU" : yet :h()"' j>Lilts whicii: derive There's language that's mutt O., there's c. contains following postscript ; I its mouth or aperture ; out of one ascends nington, A. II. Foot, S, F. Hazard: ,
a ireat deI: of nourishment} from Sill IHf'll.l< JtMkS, Tuo o'cIock.-Tlle Edward ( lIes- I continually, something like \\/-C. Cults, II. K. Thatcher, C. II.

t tIC! :oil, an lho.se supposed! to injure: Tln-ie i is something that cannot be told nel brings us Paris papers to 9th smoke or vapour; it is a volcano} ; ;McBhur, P. -\v aldez, A. R. Strong,

the Around most by cultivation, such There arc tli words cheeks that can only be read in March. The :Marquis de Laplace! I and the smallest! mouth} or aperture I C. II. Davis, \\'. M. A. Moore, \'.
u> tobacco: corn and cotton. Wheat, And Iboults; : but the eyes can unfold, and Marshal the Marquis Viomenil, I should judge was larger than Monument C. Holmes, A. M'Daniels C. A.
we find does not injure the soil any.r .- both peers of France, died on the Square in your city. There has Thompson! II. Peters.

.But in common with all small grain, Therc-s a look so expressive, so timid, so 5th March. The former is the }immortal been no eruption, as far as I can learn, } rarrant O J '(r5.-Boatswain, J.

does not receive more nourishment hind author of the system of the since the conquest of?eru." Evans ; (; tonert-. S. Cowan ;
trod the air in to the size So conscious, so quick to impart ; world ; the latter was one of the gal- Smith{ Satl-maker
1' proportion Though dumb, in an instant it speaks out : 1'rom. the Baltimore American. Carpenter, C. P. ; ,.
of the plant, than tho
, yet they preserve, l;rids ; while the Ajid stUi.ca in an icjitant the heart.: J l thciraid to our IndcfeI1 ,nce \. stated yesterday' in gencnu1 1 term?, i 1..):ITIT.

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1 bri- (u. -.CO.l\. J. .t o't'.c r '.,:i." .!roti.v at ti.o catat. ;-- thcrr V.-. : _', p".1 ...f the present state of tcst Kith her vahublc
V..,i I) \'.\-:., i.. .:* ::...:, / t.taa .\ I .." I'jC. ; Clr:' must have bfn IIYMESEtr.MRR1T'D.On .
C. Wil. : tl.I' Criihiiial Law of tin-1 ,-r.'itory, wo are cipttir 'il, and} the plniuli-r.'i.* vvi nl.l) h.i\r niaIcthrir I.
I ,; of \\ lmilt n\. I I.thiq we rrpHi! '! v/ifh a statement of the j I I1.lct in total ignorance i ; no copy oi the new act escape : 111'1(31t:1I1I Jad.nIt'lOut Tuesday; cvemii"" the

t't.Z upon his trial}, at t'hnrk's.m on1tit ; hut. with n'::ud to < omne out i ill our ,i il1 h.iinp- been as i rustoiuary, submitted tou his eiaiiMs:: to pi.iise, tor tim jtromptitude, with 15th in. t. l"y the Rcr. DM"t. Mucnliaiif.

{ 1':111, in the r( \lcral Dinct I Ii lpl'r. \s '' loo'lIr.llIIU'IJn..'-j 'ju-lint that ", and pone a< we me informed l>y the whicu. iurMUJandh.iarJs\j. : te!: I'oli\ur. Mr. HoRACK: L. HlKLEr.c liss El'LALlC

i I'.VH'nur"'"l with having: v.iurdciMr. at a ptoper tinn v. t would da !<>. That j I Dis1riC'tUOrtlf.Y.. having f been forwarded I L'oM.f.f- _. all It of IVnsacola.OBXTUARST.- U'1"
tune hs: now arrived :;nd we ubmit to the by Ia' Execusivi"fthis Territory to this -

1 : ttH '-\--oVi theveOntl irntr I p'.lbic: til. fJh.lwilJt} t.lI'l1It'lIt.Durin I court or lH.bI"lIl'l! in such A form as to bear .: !'tj. (; \n. KNOWN: anrl his Aid I .

.Vtf, \vav-l, 0:1: ht'r vnvi'C. : : from: ; the last icstiou; of the LegislativeCvKiTuii. the stamp of .iutlr.i.iitv.erj.ive Icut.flttfl \;.->itcd tIle L' S. Frigate whiienoaof"Hehad his ktrpt soul
I. Tlu and thus
f: rv .:: .' 111. .T.un. in Jui'; .riry "..1.t.; i I tut- Editor of this Pap visited I \\ {jund Iun'h I'*, therefore, inc Constellation on Monilay!' last, and I him "'.pt." men .o'cr
verdict of Tal.iiias.sv.e! : priucipallv fur the purpose of I of this en-dcuted ciicumstauce.
DIED. Yrsf.'ivfav
'' *,, v'rv rou"ht in :u i-quence unpi were received with a salute. And morning. JOHN Hoi t.i>5,
i :nakir.- an c,tl 'r for til'lt lr lIl to pint compelled, in pronouncing on the in the i\ry .-i hflioar of hisn f'. A native of
,\'. :/.;::" .. ': r, and the prisoner was j the Law of that StSSLOII. Un his arrival at i I Indictment that has been submitted to us, on the next day wore received with Eneiand, the'deceased emigrated f Halnmorn

JiI' :edi.h'. disdnnird, there hcin;: :i: Talla.i.--ec:: he called on his Excellency the to find
., iav.-i-: dii I IVnod 1 -Ti if as wo in> ;'Governor and enquired in what manner whither, or how far, these facts are or arc sinceI thedl"alhtl1hi good lniapf the country _
-:j ; 'T. I,.-_ -- of his adoption ha lost
1 1CI. proposals would be U'Ct'jH'c.to his utter warm pitnct
I J'i i 1 the punishment! of this not "contiary to the statute* ia sjyclx.cajesmade useful citiz"n-tbl. p a
M : an OMTvi"uh! hs
( astonishment he informed that no bids n- .
nnd statute Porter' CruifLrs.We
havingno .
are .
I l has for
MX ] Ii
't'Co.rh'r.. twenty years 'nest
taken but that the woik would '
.: I uuiiM he whatever before ust., caiuiot a\ \r. debted
to the} politeness of a ntiva* ,. and able o/Scer-society, a cherifu!. *iagl<-
1-:, .-: of Delect i.Mi= from ilhTfrent ncw, 'i be irivii to the printer at Tallahassee, at In prosecuting our cimquii ics into tl.., friend for the t i 'iiinilnj, amiable member-the poor a jreneroi .
to Matctooiu tiio i ice which had been given for prmt- it has fLu ther -d that following interesting 'c fnrnii for .,
?.. :'H. vvhiietlJt |1'I..a: i pi subject, appeal t j "S, I ; he was a spirit VInCI id jromjhvi '
'. .uitorui: rcadnis the success of two (\- ;' 11:1: tie: Law of the previous sessions of the I another act for regulating Wai proceedings extract of a u-tter, from Lieutenant i :alth, and blushed to hal\ \ it tur: (." Hi;*

1. 1U". 11:!. in tin" Iu'iIuod..I; tf the 1.: islature ; under the pretence that it ; in Civil cast > ;' passed ultj at the lastsession&f THOMPSON- the Mexican Frigate timihbll' t ala.' ,\ hat Jn\,' they not lust ? .

'.-,:,\\.. of it.os '( Hortft and .' tar rm' (;.H-. i I rr.M be d' ne under the immediate eye of I : trie Lcgiblat i Ci.ui.cil, repealing Lihertad, dated Havana April 5. The gush of many t..dlllH'\'lpo\\'rr! ; us at the

,, I.,,...,, .",. .-,*. s :o mitlicmatical 4nonMa .\' ;I i Iii; Fxrcilencv. On enquiry we found J ur altetiiig' all turmcT a< ts ou the subject, I 44 I have written nmlrv thought the" "hii>banI, fath r. protector
tOO I 10011. friend and inniiceure
tjat t..iM'Voar.nodotiC: !: can lie raided j that: this was in fact a mere pretence, that has in like minner hen nt-gitctcd! to be I i .T W 14 OUllVilVJ C\ cry stay sate andheaven"
vJ times snatched"from'thce But }! who
from Kl'Y-
_. Mteinfiiiite advan'agc of the fanner | tn);' (rovrrnor hud alwa '-mploycd a proof ; j.uLliih! d, or communicated in any authentic : West, givmir you myrun is the friend of the widow and the father! r"the

.._ :':':. .r cxpei uncut ..o doubt] in t'f! ar-j j readtr dr l we had strong- reason to I i --i.ap'>. by the pn-per r '1 ;..nty to this I up to very few days. Previous I I IIt fatlier'e! will protect u.re. Anunhle and hcnexolent -

"' oi" u'.': o! v..u...-:: Or ', /;.-!::.',', and) even 1.tllalia'se Pros; wa>. tiiiit Gnvernor Iu- oft!!! .." iiK.i.iiiHit; ; country ii.sb'en, in ef- the Commodore the reward of the just made perfect !" Hut
... .. .. ...! \"u1.1 .c ntf.-Jo'l\ with *imilar j i r..1 l :hin-t'if was prrsonnlly interested in th- fed kit in a gf'.at measuie v.it.'njiU law. i projected, gave thv memory shall H\e after thcr. in the ehrns-h-
t, ,. L: ... 1.121'f I1t C;;:: -., I.f th' -illviia i j sucss (f its Ttominal prnpril'tnlhy; l !h.1 v- I For !how much loni this state of thingsis II me the command of.:: I took an old cJ affection of thy friends, and rtcen of thy

r}.1H' \,: !': .u"ht t"' t1! : farm "!" the 1I n. : ill* become his i scciinlv* 1'01' the p i.ineut. ntF to ctJn';lIu tmt'.111 disclose, hut in the rotten schooner, one of the prizes fellow citizens.-'Ball. American 24//i April. .

4;. ,V {J\\'Ill ; 1ht-V :.,<':j .- -'' :i.tu.i (> ami l't rnablf him to j):.\ '! nder these icucumst'inces :u the discharge of our ;;' \ did we fail
n.j-v ;
of :1.(' t- until are i I
tL! I'm1:- riv j and at Key WCM put! on board of her i ii0 I
rk in most StateproI11flg; ; we t'tllrrifl i l it !jiion.'i] to j jma'.o I to Jil CflIt this uaiisaion' : iu mn.t. making due I
a vigorous
..: \\ :! clays'Wpro'i the' A
..In.nrl.mt1l"t lUd 'f the law mat n ill :. '! a bid, nuts itlistaiidiu- AVC had been I puLhcutior a m.d distiib :tjrjn of the laws, ins, hoisted

:.n-1' jjir! manufacture' : ,):. i-ilk.-Mr Hugh I 1 I I told "th.itvc lui,"htdl ::!... t'y u.i-vr' >..;'..UI.1 ]. I lioi.'i wha.'u'.er quaiter it r-ay have pio- ship's first cutter into }her, a fourtec _

j 'avid,on, ifMdui;: a few rules flora th? ,I that it would be of no use for ii; t1 'inulvi- j I IIbid. 'rletl!, as i giie\ ante of ihe rno't ieriou; oared boat, tOQk the boat's crew, fourS nwT

:lCt.l.n l.indf :Mor 3i rpulitv.tr:1mpbnt.| ho'.vt-Af l loA that !JiJ mi.t: : !111.' lcll j juc nature, invuvmg the src-.irity of the! h estl 1 I soldier, and one midshipman with .

: .1 l a ?n.il!! quintity of .bu-tr Cane whiclt I acoordinplv adi1i4ci al-.ttor tt (lovornoi !I "c j/roji-riy. and lJ r"l1all'rfJlt..tjo( 1.C1ti'.llS of tne :'I =. '
'iv:.!*'d cttatly beyond the: calculation of > Duvul. in vhich v\o tIred :tj print ihe :-u.d we dy present it asaucii! rMevaj'ce :I! me, and sailed; on the 15th March, Port ot Yenaaco\a

t"i:: most sanguine.Alcbxntt ;'iig1 I Lawsit a price, .it v. hirh \ t. should! be glad 1 iI ,ncoidtngly.WY dt nighi, for the od: Bahama Straights, --

_' -.- -- ----. !1 ti-ideitaJie] t!: j'j'i at! uhu-li was one i iI I pre
7cj\ roj ,f'.r f\ dijli.ir and twcnty-\" r'-rts per page lower i I Cj! ot the uutl.oi hus of the Cityof 1'en- m the morning, I found myself I May 17th.-Schr. Elizabeth, Forsyth. New
'ek4 -t I I tr;ii :ti.id unifotmU-\ !J-vi-n gi ivtn te tloio1C ; ,I ?u -ola. t-) elilol CPO tlie uqulatioiis 01 Police; ; among Orleans. Cargo to M. Crupper Jos' Fcr\th
-' -- --- --- "on rntirelv\\ type ci on paver ol a.- line .I the tn --if-nt allowanci of U,ilU and As- enemiesquadron ; they however and J. C. and C. C.' Keyscr.CLEARED..

a qui'.ity as has heiL-toloieb"e.i u:eii lur a Sfinlil.tol Negroes. Slaves, and their con- took no notice; of my chI schooner, : .

!imio.r! puipose in this Teinioiy": ; V.'e alI I t&lIJanre 'till Inle hours at night, or ra- and I followed on my business. Two I I II May 16th.-Bri'' Matilda, Warner, Philail.Iplua. I-

I so specified the n'.iiiuvr of pai'es vrh.chv! ; ,- : ticr en ly murnuiji. to the pi cut amino'aricei I : Cargo 204 hales! cotton, t7., pine boards .
days took
I out two and destroyed ..
would bind ourstrho- prin., per wok and i Ilif I the Citizenr. :--:.e suffctunce t-f negro prizes by Jtrrisonjr. 12 hales cotton bv T. H. -

addej should your E-T.c. il 1!( !.cy tl.inL! 1'tJl'l"r tatnblinjj houses utid tippling shops, to tile them, and bt-ing'tbe Equinox, bct and 2100 staves SAILED by th. Master.

ic e ve mc the contiai-t an.l 1.tIo!: the nsu-xl t I uillJ:' time Slaves, and consequent gKranjui I had all the element?, to contend Miv 11h .'. S -hip H"M\oc, ALcvin'r
with roq-aul to 11:tiug" a -iipeivi.j :. of their ,.itl1mll1ifu1.1 other with (laxtun
/ course app ; .\ owners ; a heavy iortlzVcer caught Lscj. Commander, on a Cruize.UNAWAY ;
j, 50r cf the i\ -u k. 1 take -ri\it pleasure ill I dioriiuis, to the iutei ruption of the peace I me, ;and ahm>t ruined my old craft ; J- ,
i s'.ltingllf! D. C. PinkiiJ"q: n men.- ofthc City. As aJ5o the neglect to enforce ir6TEWAfl -
I bcrot the Council. \'. iIi a, : ; i.t app-.int- the reg-d. tltll." with: regard to the sweojiini; however, with much diffic.uhv I got $ ,

ixiciit if ot.t: anchorage, where I knew 4

I .-*:!: v.e itMvi\ed ie; .. .":'t'iJi a : mal :k eli'i Ililli(''', alL! 1'i whu II aie '.eriuus .-\ ilb.J I tint wth, any good weather} I could .9 1 1' or was sfo- I
-- -.-- .- cfhis 1: tdllln. In f: iJIj! car- -- ;; ; M.' EILM 18 7. ;1 _Le. len, from fro Chrtrles
.-: -- --- I ( I ; If) !;..oonm, : soon a better \'s"d-I
kniIn.; >I.i i 1 :;. I red ttin, that! :'h{' v :.".o tin1 It ttcr dailies: limerariiy jret capturedone -',- I La\'al"t.te'! Brick Yard!
and chased another but in the this
iIIVj// ne r place
-r- -- -- -'- --- I''tn tic! Cwt'.t.ir r. ri< - \\rife runs pcur. ', i-t.ite. ; and it' 11: tJ. ; ; > ,I'r to or-l.-i ; Foreman; heavy we-ither she escaped into ihe the 15lj! of I last month

= : : =-- =__'7- _-.=-: j.bf! prinlmj: to he JOM i.t .' 'Il'iob.! 'hr! :'.chamian Barrius: Snmuc-1) Patterson, port of Remedios, and before she Negro Boy Joshua, between twehe and

Deleate for Conress. rdcr \ out: be COUIM.* -: w.. ; of- -. %vice : ri.-tian Cure, John lunerarity. could brin the P liiliEtincs me I fourteen yean of Age of very .lark complexion .
j it vi-ould le done 1:1 T..I.. aiee. iJ'l .Manuel Bonifav Fianctsco I'. Palmes : upon short and stoutly formed. This
C.1 .' D TC, nest day we were scc,'.*tot :II th street t ; ofT.i'lahasstf I F. iJouqttie John A. Ho c1'9. was off with the tat, vessel and prizeto Boy is lately I from Norfolk, Virginia, and '

1 I Joseph ., I. White, by the Editor of the Intclli] en- F. Moieuo, H> Michclet, another part of the coa t.hcre, I having no knowledge of the- cc.untry, may

Jame> (ladsden.IlII < <- r and itptoncni-d with having come to I. J:. i:. Simpson, \', m. J. Buice, captured another schooner ; and having I in attempting make this place, have taken
Tallahassee! foi the purpose ol underbiddinj Joiiu Edglev, J'in. : Pendletou, a road leading into the interior of the .
: ULT 1!F ILLKCriO.V.HTiitc. pained: intelligence II
!;!:I and r'dadngttiC piofits of his ollice, I Jt- IJ.ji.ii.u" \attLw liauuati.IJt.iry country. Ten Dolors reward will be
Gcd'c :, and wtrc then informed that the! Governor : i ii :.ct.*. immediately If) miles in my I given for his delivery to me at Pensacola

- fe1.s.. C'. J-59 vc [JJ 4Oi \otcs. '. ./J .s'lG wz him our it 'It r nf pflpMt1IlId I A tiut copfioin tl.c IlcoorJW.ilasellJluiitCrk boat, and after pulling against: win'dand if taken within: the county of Escambia itf.

C"i.;n:; ]F-., r..Jot. ) ic'-; : '?/'.::1 tkc.1 ?.'' must do the uvrk tit our } !;: tide all ni ht, at day-light boarded and twenty dollar) jeward and all reasonable -
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4 Stone Qturr :, ID12 1"' price terms 7 was His a sullicirnt lHkiiLr the'reply fontract to the rcproacu on our I Supui.J Juart ] \\; F. and cut out two large schooners, expenses paid, if taken without the .',

til" Yellow \Vat brought them down the County ,
.r, : river Sapua
Had he informed tlw Governor, that we had :
' Aluqua, 19 bid I'Jwerthan the work could be piofitubiy Mti'i -As clccti=ring time arc overt to the place I {left ; I then had a squadron Th. Lausoi, ;

: [.t.l.ClL""-, S3Cuiacy. { done for, the prcumiptiim; i is vvu should : '.: tjovtiuor'a 1':'( ss at Tallahar.ee baa of; live.' schooners besides my &;, S. Army.
\t'hn'Hl't.'t:. } hi' e Lt..u01l.:d with the contract. But I now tune tu {pi jilt time laws.-\\ e may Pensacola, 10th May, 1827-11-4t. .
JJC! 50H Cnuctv, } 1ft} the in time for boat, and found myself with thirty-
pamphlets -
Gut, ertior Duval J was undoubtedly info tiJed I; tlierclorcexpect I "
lidPotts'VtadMlcn 'i ) by t-! .' printe" that he could make money I the .November Icim oft..c ruj frt'-r (,ollrt. three prisoners. I gave ten their liberty NOTICE ITo f ti

Cty.xl ? 00 by tin contia'-t on our terms .Mid h-} tilcl e. The laq mail from the Mcf.rj I ;ol,i brought and a small schooner ; put seven ,

, TalJau! | cc. 11 114 for" gave it to thefirit.bidder: at the luu-c j IK I'lorida Advocate. of my men on board the other two the heirs at Law lnd.the legal ;

I b-1' It no.\ remains for Governor I representatives of Ynacio Florcs .t
valuable hoisted
.1'31 3t9 mo: >t prizes, my boaton
I buv:: to show to the Public, that his private Wo have been polittiy ravored, b\' a .-rtntleman. deceased. '
for White FIVE H:::- I board another one and took the
Majority I Intel eMS aid his anxiey to patnmiy.o establishment I pu>scngoi in ti- Klizabet.! ; rro-.n That I 3half, on the
% Dtnl and SIXTY-TWO. ''for the pitiln; G'I atiuicat: .ii of I >'ew-Ui leans: with Louisiana Adv.itjrtiof ; remaining twenty three prisoners with TAJ..I.NOTICE. June next, apply for 0 ,. ,

( To le continued.) a malignant prim ," liav t. nf.t indiued him ; the tit;trl iaiUut: frowi which wt txuavttl.e j I me, burnt my old schooner, and went letters administration on the estate of .

1 The returns from tht Counties of Leon to "--aciifice the substanli.il Miten-xts of thf} t. following..MAIUM L..n. .,. .-'n"' ..yr".r.II I to sea by the light of her, bound to the said Ynacio Flores deceased. .
I of this Tcrriton.-lt i i. -ilTicienl _" .
people : 1H.1',1' LV z11 U : .
und iadsden are not yet complete, and \ c for us to observe that 't the foionoinjj statement II S'.me yeats have: clapped ihice the watti!! I Key West.Another. I Francisco Bobe.Tensacoh NJ'I

,".; have! not heard iroinJefll'i County, nt' ] literally! true. And that l..i vv c ;n nit- I I'jl I tins State 1auecn infected by vermin I spell of bad weather se- irth May, 18,7-11-61.

any jtrecinrt; east ofT -.lahassec.: It i is said j I cd the Laws they would 101.g since have )been ol th.a! triptil.h-'hIIs to t !.'; > :g.-4iu! C i parated me from my prize, but I oti I
i \ tnat tr.L- friends oi" C.>V. Cadcden i in Lo: published. We !have ar! .,.Jv }pntdishcd toe : of tiie c.ffi-eis of tr.'.- CII't'.JI: PENSACOLA 1CADEXyZy.
I ui" energy inside the Florid-i: Heel, :and a.ife; from
It: in i'a11ahasc. ii i
County vujt tonic ; i
polls 1'1t' cntnjPnts of fe Gmnd Jury of thc of the nf'.liIndt.r
LHI. J co:
} l'. and paitiCiiIaily Rev. G. Chalon who
jj urder to iri\e Jiini. a jnijnrity: in tjat! Cifv j Ce-mties Alachua I>uv.ar.d; :.V ssuu and I o! the Ke.vnue Cutter; Captain Jackson i I enemies: und with a pilot on board, THE that Seminary of, has direct ,

1 "" And in Jackvon County a reportvas ('..rcli.I v\il!! .loie the !suujtct for tne 111 C lIlt with; I Uu Sunday last the Schr. halt-ua; Cap !I ulio: by the by, was a f foul and would January 1827, and who has Learningfrom t
j I l.iti-d that ( oL White had said, that if he u-u during that
t tit': following : tai i:, i\ine.: tnjin Tarnpico: pioree-ding upI { | Wit nm in the nii'ht. lIe anchored period fully enjoyed the liberal I
Hot t'k-cu-d! he illft'lIdf.J! to It'rlw''r I I confidence -
: :-i 7.V..V./-/_( / htitrfrcw a Aiv! i .1 ifa I t', throuph! tl.c South West Pa" \\1
l-.wii j rocks cabel} chafed off the
me of of his
ry .intj. hi or!f? :o pr ''ip.e tor the woi-t. I J.i 1j : among my parents pupils, in order -
ru' Ir r ime'.viU.
i.aikd:! 3lo' .vitii orders to
bCI: JiiiiMih; ; n .jtcd a iiu': m NtnvOricaiu .: "1 ad1thill!, the (;'j\'HU'Jr iiltog -t'frincx I .tt oii a 'p.; -.f I ahuther cm>ed urae came on, the tide to answer their confidence and expectation -
H. laige fpi .
( : having ?
i Tt i. i.ii-< ;iO'.jj c ; :j'-: on suspicious; I the
uU haU lyuth ioct.7'rix improvrcntu1his Academy, has
I, Ti'-ei t.f'! puhhcati-Mi}: 'Ii in' boat in engaged
yvai year in ir.entions, ptrtrnptoiily: refuse to cuinplvujti : on :IJl.f'. I got out my put
N. Ward for
i --4I Lan The iiiiunent the: t >. .r'll.} ..d):<.urn ; ; Ue.it on his The loop opened; s. 1 all the five well English Dc- 4
i I way. pri.Mmiers, put men
t"r ./.v tI'-r.t. 'Vicdncuy Jns:: 1 ) IMMreitifi.'d ..fb! ,- Act'. partmentThe
:( o n..tf foj.i. i ,. him at the disUii.vcof3l
I Jr:;.inie: ii< 't. waf ."v; o : Ji'' tr i'I. f'.Hwr1 : i"t fiieot kf'tI'y upon armed in the stern sheets, and the pupi I will be carefully instructed
> the CleiL'solice I
; 5int in :ich ol > ol >U- > 40 ds and as the dbtamLiiwitji I'
; the: -'up-: :.' "r-ut nf V. e 1 Florida.( }I-T.r. or yam ,
in the French
the and determined and Latin
: and iinu.-diate prisoners at oars : Languages -
Courts take ,
\ f. ; us' & ar. incirased adh-d
1. : pci'ior '. els ,
'. 'lr1. 'rJ.( 't. ', .'1'1 il I''r".;. "' i Uu; tWo ( -
, 1 '.: / :t:.aiii'n: .a ti. -\. .\f :IMT ,I'tUL, fur: j t to iiavo: thetn published in a pamiihu: t'n occa'nall% n few loundofcr.ij.t.1 cV' '-annistir. ;; to row to Key West. It came on I Arithmetic, Globes"Hours history Geography __ __ _

I |n1u(1( 4- ..f )]-,; u <.... Jit I).'i-i.o at ('!'.- r'esitlef. h'irely six wi ks li'om the ;iacjj C..pt l\. mr.nfully. izt.d tb hchn.altei i equally, and the r liu fell in torrents, and fie use of the
: '!.'j.i i : i. b. ..ltth.t'\r'; of-jc'7tii! July: !jl.Jurnm( I i the CoulleiltllId! L(- lot.i: cI the and went below, con of attendance-from 8 to 12 in ;.
;, I"I: LL1,\ 'iatw-s.. ,\ cti4 .virnu.tJ und the ., ouh ir t:... publication. ill a. pn.j lilt t '.1.u..d his: passeugcis After !having Lccii ,. I j M) as to wet our tire arm*, and! nearly I the morning, und from 3 to 5 in the
i course.
tr-il:: rr.tnv i until; :i ..'. !.ck :\ oil filled the boat with \\ 1ter. We l had l lI I
1 ;
I nn .Thuisdny .i t' tO. j iff'.uv ill! !'?? neeveie med. Jft'.ei- .:'.- <>e.i ii i, t:' 1'.J1l1cr for two hour, thSl'.oj Evening. :
n''nIt3..t\.. .. \ <'u1::( t r.;.G'i irv WltU:111 ('c'm'j I woie iifU'.Mu. t-I.f l than tiis! -iitg le act of an- i.rour.ded. and Cap' H. rc-icn-.d the I I neared the fiigate toltl1111 a few I The -ri1ls will be made known on ape
I -:; Icr : '
:4l.Lft < w > n'J df'r(1 the! Jorv.ji I
.. "ll1\13) tj,'. 11'\about a:) Jioiir t.j i hull fil1l I! lIu.d! nrii!lfl nee, IM the admiiuitnition olG n.f.i .stream ot Mi-'sissippi; in sai ty.l1mtlueIC'(1 I miles, and I fol' little fcjr of the I plication.iIjMr. .
.' .ernoi OU\ a''. it j j- i n mv opinion (!ui.".- thi x.c night meet N. Ward respectfully informs
ti htht
:; "jfi ; t:i,' ( .-mt tlei aCj.t'J !.(t} "till: 1U I i < hope i! prisoners,, when about midnight! as I
J t ; 1\ :: r:1tI'lIUI". tJI r \\'I.tIDifli! : : : f.1.ft1h: to rtquiieis! removal truni ollict-! ,.wnil: the Revenue Cutter at the lialize. he the! pn'.llc: that, ifrequested, he will give
A* I (.clu' that nine-tenths of! the) in found :i was attending to bailing the boat, four I
ve people
tui : i\-\\ : .j j Iiu.h.l'j -.n.iu-tfd I tne piocu- !proceeded thi'li--r'} and luckily flt in tit: evening, private English lessons.
V. r., I.d i ti.o (ni:'intrv '*.- iefcttiitu tyIu: :-' -. I th J:5 DMiic.t.: would, :st tri- iiiometit. iicn a I '.'plain Staik, of the Stentubo.it! Post no). ;| or fiw: set on mo ; an instant rising.

(iuJ'.n ar.d !:. I. Dnikf. I I !l(:t:iicfl 110''I Ic I', ":Ilt-nt :t .l lI't his li-ap- I I ill tic mpalar combination tf fortunate. ,! ;>'>..- the consequence ; the primiuir oi llcole dc Pensacole.

l'UlIt..r.-; ''ircum-tHnce>, ]l.a'jlt'JlII": ; likowisc t.) h.I It's : refused fire. I
I thy lfl( pistols -
: ; I'abbtS Chalon
18 7. I a dirige cet
V. Av "t' >1- 2.t April to tow ;he qiu
:Tlit'ii- hwd..cmdy'vlmltt..t'lct
". .\ PI1lflC1tOIL of the Lavs. ,'I'crw.mt o! iiin.. .\' ("lnnii1a. Coi!': I: Cit tei round to tinspvt vvhtMC it wis: prcAinned I i wounded slightly i in the face, and we i M\l establishment clepuis Janvier 1827. _

,!: J-.j, ., vtj n uln..ct I.f LM'.it injury tr'l I r't -ingif' IHII: .,nl, .c1t11l \. toul.i t the sloop w.i:11.\l. ;. U'heu the cut- : were instantly secured-23 against (). 1 et qui pendant; ce temps a j'C' 'e toute

: l-'v, p'-jj)" i.i; ;" Firr-Sory "'1.! thr Art< n! } tiitd at Jacl.s-tiivilU Thr same \.iIlIH- I tt-r t-amc up viith 1 h--r.! .!he had been got lIT, I They immediately went back to I Iia con'iuiicude: parensde ce* e'cvcs, pour

i'J', ; I.*'" .-1rtj"! ,- Oi.n -il. }-.iSt at its; l lavt srj '. ': 'j t'a < h 'ie 1101 : id'jn'h. uuitt. :u the and wai at anch. ia the niddle of the the schooner made the nu'eux pondre a J lui attente ct pour ne

: .:.,"-( i14..1t' Un'lI ptibish.d, allH: ,' l' 'I ::i' ill tiT\(. ;:n iiheiittc copy ol the act I sti i-am She was :uUiwdlah'h boarded and II prize aground, rien oubher tit lequi peut t"tre utile a soil

::1' 3 rw ; ::3r-. .. t:)".ths! and u half 'il1cl': Ms ad. I. .IIt this j be11.1 l what is "till'ortc taken pc';se>>
;.. JU4:1: 'nt. .\I.ir i. astill! :rcatei f: io' i all!! ii' t nmaU indicted under! the former on board; upwards of twenty irrii. All her by treachery, and secured the I aeignmentdela langue: Anglaise.L'on I f'J

cU'. '.<' i.n ia.- C.nru !Jiave. not been lut ui-h. i.rt mu?t be tl.rhftr'n should the act tin.i: vessels, the Cutter, her prize, and the mid'.ippman] ; four soldiers and two enseignera aux elevesdealanguesVngl I

*1 : '..!:;! :!n. a.Ttlirmic copy of a single hw. I get lieic ; for ll.t-ie is i no Irmision in it for I Isabella, caIne up to town yesterday the two sailors; I had left with him. The ( vise, I'rancaise: et Lutine ; lArith- .

(fin.<.t:. curl tit tljc Territory to the ohJ r I I trying thrni"JetJiiory} f')nner towed by the Po-a Ho". The ciew fine and metique, la Geographic et THistoire. .
I :-.tn- ., ;t rer.erulcMnplaintui con>equ.'ii4e I rioriijn. j} Superior Court, of the sloop( were lodged in prison lat eve weather soon became they Les classes commenceront a huit heurelu ; !

. ,: u1, ". :: j.ttier.tly} culpable neglect of duty I. Di= trir t of\V. 'tJ"MIILl.Iay! Term 1*- 7. I ning. She proves to be the Bolivar, with a were enabled to get off and bring us matin, et seront terminus a midi ; dans

c :> t:1' ;., -t of the Executive, and we have By consent of CVuist-l it is Jrdrn-d, national commission from the Republic of into this place, were we arrived yes- I b soiree elles commenceront 1 trois

i ; '( 'I \ en. mcijtly called! on fro:; all quar. that the civil causes depending in this Court, I Colombia.: Her captain has bN'n in N .w- I I terday. I was bbmeable in this- leurcs, et fineront d cinq. 'I

, : !t.au-t :) i.i do our duty in tHs: m.lttVc with the exception cfthosc ot the United ()ilcztn, and vici.nty for some ten days I ti prisoners to so small: Pour les conditions, s'adresse" Mr. .'
t' lierel.ifore dvclitied !avi.i' any thing !I States and on the chancery side of the! I pa.it ; when the outrage was committed shewa.s I listing so many. 'abbe Cbalon. :
l c'J 1li ic caljcct, bocauaf ihe Editor of this I Ii1 Court be continual: until the next Term ; inconsequence under the command of the first lieu- I a guard ; but It I.had nut encounteredCi I: 1 i

: l' ,tT.: :ir.d made pn.os.il; to piint the (If the rtpral of the Act ofthc I It nmnt.: who apprarto hare been apprised! '1 worst weather th.it: ever mortal Mr. N'. Ward avertlt; le public, qu'il tlpourra
,I t- '\..s. and a& hr dirt not succi-fd, i it might Legislative Coiir.cil rcguating! civil 1'. .- of the! 'nature of the Isabella's cargo, and I was afflicted with, there would have tlonnee dins la soiree de Je on ,

f,4.' lia Ln-n snpiK.ved that feelings of a f. -snattsie ce ding c, and thr want of an authentic I easily intent on plundering it, for after hisI I I treated with particulit're de langue Anglaise.
5vn..l hid: iiuluo-d his remarks OTI theHbjcnIhat copy ..ttne Act passed at tite lust session visscl groundedhe immediately dispatched been no danger. am Pensacole, 17 Mai 1827-11-2wr.

I ('a'on has now no force the thereofA I his boat in pursuit, with i \: men. well arind I all kindness, politeness anti respect, by

I : \El"It' ('.'-ilnlnilhas been made; to ft el true copy from the Record. I with orders to lburu' time Isabella as far the Spanish officers. I am allowed Les Abonnes

IIi tlC|! ?Mance and ;is an humble! iriran of \V. llascll Hunt, Cl'k. IIII' the liver as Fort Jackson. These meni entire liberty of the guard ship ; nor a la lecture des Litres Fran?ais

:l'ulJI'toe! call II ,w :,o sil -it no }longer.uj Supi'ri'tr Court IV. 1'. innb.iat were nl:o captured by the CI.t- do I find thatjeall1t and suspicion, Sont informcs que le propri taire du
nt .
IIT. :ds ) nrj'lectful! cf our duty. down the 1 ie .
their >
ti-r return pas
I PRESEXTMKXTSOf on magasin de la Libraire, vient de rece-
Jt'j.i .i 0f.ujnti" ill I was prepared to expect ; on the 1
our duty ve '4 nawi'i'Hk. w holy number taken exceeds 30. .
I \'oir des romans nouveaux
une p.rtie
; ;.jM.u' perfectly! aware that our pc-I the Grand Inquest for the District they take great pains to 1'
I The) sln'1 time since captured contrary, qu'ii 31ten :1 t, et qu'il peut satisfaire
"in i \ 'IJ'.un- :uifrijt !iiVLbeen at this time I of Rest Plnridti.'i' arne 'lp j some shore for and officers .1'
send. rue
with notes on demandes dcs qui ont
lv ft American Schooner Antoinette a tux personnes .
. &Jto.r' llorl'-hiim! ; state h\vi we pursued a \\ the (iraud Jury for the County of '
nor valuable on her passage from ft.lo1'ile of nr' own rank offer to execute louscritet de cc1Jes qui voudront sous- ,
: 'f'm IIri1.illl .t-MCf y.{ UP jVfi I >lire r.s: ambia beg leave respectfully b rert'it cargo oJ .
4 Ib1t) '"vlri.if** .ail iuti-penJtisci.-. > ulti- ': the, Court. I to Sisal, or.d proceeded with the any little business I may have on icrire d cet abonnement.

..I.Hoo!. ,,M, Us 11e ,.f'uddt'l1,, iluj up. s -That.to ptoeedin to the fulfilment of the priz oft' the latter port where the shore: and I: think it will. hot be long 11 informe les ami! tie progr des sci-
crln If' 11'I lieutenant (the captain being then at nces, qu'il a re,t1 un petit nombre d'exrr.plaires -
H' *.:.iuiP":4t.iy ,.'f: ileprail-could dutic! fnr the i.utnful, vigilant, and itnpar- before I am again onboard the Liber-
v.' to the coniijinccs de la relation d'un adrin
Mobile! made
proposition Voyage -
| ) a ; :
.y <-.uiii ird of the ('untrary.c ti&trharge of which we stand solemaly
",'u.l| Ii) ransom the C'.U'LM-which proposition was tad.-Baltimore Chronicle.Vfe fait a New York par Jlr. Rooertson, et Iid'un
Jrop tlU" tnJ irrenjer our founJ ourselves the
have on <
jKn pled'd, we the coast '
returned to
1 and buthes;
rt: I rejected me.noire stir I'aero,tation, imprim
to .
rtm (.j nin! .sycophant, who tttr. -"i.old of o.r inquest, encountered itrd states and both were in company I
11J verv .ol the) :: are happy to learn that Prussia Hoi-i.Il1larc
les de
m III :., n franj.us soms M. A. L.
:: il par
pf.titllJlt' II iiuielf, ihourhccinmuii.t. the cd of total 'wan, her pursuit of
IMII.VS :: diiricuity, a when t1.{ sloop commenced
a ,1" rt..., I .I'If' .'. bv cztUtiuui Law. I the Iabeta.Vt: fuither learn that the Antoinette has followed the example of Great i!! Libraire a l la Nouvelle Orleans l ; le

.JH t.I"i; ;,:.. I, il' Ixtiact from a INtel We have, ill evidence before us, from the I is probaMv now Ijing off the Balize, in Britain and the United States, and i I petit volume sera l lu avec avidit par tons

t 'JJt: 1lhl..r: ? .]tt.d Sr. Atr.usTiSE 31st testimony of one of its Members that the pOFfi ssiou of the pi ize crew.We signed a commercial treaty with the :I cux qui sont jloux: de p nelrer dans la
.. I congratulate the jmblic! on the seizure aeriennf. contien le re"citIVxperienccs
J-t.- rhysiqne It.
.lky' 1-_7. Legislative Council at itslast session, repealed )- of a contemplattJ Mexican Republic. Thus, one I
4 this \(' >-el at the connnencrmcnt new ( tres interessantes le$
\I <1V" jUI-t hrird tl.at offer the whole cf the pre. xi ting Criminal and robbery. To theintrcpiditv formed the
..' ,1 your toP ; career c.f plumier by one, the links which uel.cs ont rendues dans un style net eti .
tjo I.aus, though] for much less tb.anj Law oftheletritory, & pased a neW law. and adroitness of Cajtam Byrne, [
i chain of the Alliance I Le est
Holy a la de tout lecteur. prix
1 t i ., measure to be ponderous port e
V Tallahassee printer, was rcjectm"5n varying the definitions and lunishmplIts.ofcnme this frtunatc'cut i* in a great t
.' !. 1h4: : : *s given to the latter. misdemeanors i:. a veiy consideiable at1l'ihllt'd-as, had he obeyed the summons to give way under their OWE rust-Lon- I de 75 'cents.FeancoU.

: ) (, ,: '" thit, fit ? You ought to come out degree, from those established byreyios heave to ('l had \\MK proved craven in the: chase his: ] don Tim 1 Mai 10 18Q7.
t. i eha inuiketry,
; a otiF"ed
) in the enter of tiiro'iu :
v.mr !taper, aiidcT.p-se th E U-I'It- enactp''ni.Of


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"F Sa\e t IE 'r
7V.2tli or ,
Orricr. Lien's cats
:i,1 TT Cou.Hir.sioxi.ns
West Florida.
: March.:+-7. 5 .',,;S le iiombre dcs n'rcs.rrr r. aisarrives ON terms, A good House of Northern Mail,

:..rc" .t' :. to :raslscrrots 1'l1i' rr au nugazin de libruire a Lot owned by W m. Woodward, November Term, 18:6. D UIe'ery Wednesday and sends: &tDeparts
.''i,, thf Line, Fn ltatra and i Miivantdont la !lisle i situated on the corner of Govern9TBH 4 o'clock P.M. ,
f r ) / c vf Pensacole, it y a les Francisco Bonal, Executor of 1 :f
tr .",'ooN r{ War" 1 I cst publu'e u part, en consequence: des rent and Hans Streets in the City the Estate of Domingo Solos O every Saturday: and *'"enyFlorida
I I1
will{ "s and known' in the 8 o'clock
PensacoU at A. M.
i rJ"ln: Commissioners: of the Navy i \1 dcvotinnsdonl -rcice cat rccominantl I of 2-s.Fernandotiorcno. Sif
:' ..1 ri'Cirixe P rnplIt.4 I uniil t the Jlst; <"*>' t Mar I'cglisc: KuiLuinu aux environs du' l plan thereof as No. 2x7--contuning 8U Senior :,:J Mail,

fi, cl July next for tu:a...!Uinjj Luc Oak temps etc! Paquc. feet front by 165 in depth. On the premises and Domingo Olivier. JTillS cf Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock .
will A
t M.
Timtjrr, cut to mouUU (which they andr'ocps I Le paroibhicn remain v *iS is good springApplvto day came the said Complainant: Departs: same day at 2 a'cock: P_ ii
iiimis'i) fur ships of} the line, frigates do. do. duet: sllr trap rl e 250 Benjamin D. Wright Esquire hia \\' Uasell
of xtar, :1l:,l the proportio'\ of ;p''o- I do. 1 iw-tit do. \" do I6i Gt Y Fonda:; Solicitor, and it appearing to the Court, Hunt/

:tutiCUt+t151.i1'e Oak, eta tu dimens-ons, La sen'iainrainte 1 *!*5 h sties Evans. that the said Fernando l Moreno Senior PDst.Haster.
6l 00 cubical or / Penaacola 8th 1827.
> April
that he required, say" 5fJUN
may Manuel! du Chretien; and Domingo Olivier are not inhabitants
feet for each &hip of the line 3000 for each The iTiin PensacoU 25th April 1827-8 tf. of this Territory, and they having failed '1\\c Y\o\ld -- Tdyoc5pHE
frigatf, -nnd 1000 }for alotp. to and answer the :1inant'i: >\al ,
timber must be c-Jt frwm trees grown the in Un >grands: Hombre d'ouvrajjes instruc-' 1\ EcRU MEN 'VA TED. bill appear herein agreeably to law. It is therefore hav.purchased the
j situations not more than 25 miles from tit'ct amusanti taut en }fraiais flu en Espjignol d and
press type,
unless the said defendants br.'onging
1 building wish to hire! Immediately, ordered that, to the
the fallowing
sea, deliverable l at et des Roman "Florida Intelligencer"
vii Portsmouth, N. II., Boston, La liste de souscriptionpour la lecture do appear: here, on or before the bli.h propose to pub.
: in the
yards a paper City of
and first day of the next term of this Court, the o Tallahassee
tn .
New-York, PhU1dc1phia'a..hin; des livres fr.in.'iis: et uuvertc an magainde under the name of the FLORIDA
Montlav of
holden the first May ADVO
the 18.28, 1829 la librairie raison dc 1 moispayah' 3S on
during year u par bill i CA TE. The growing prosperity
Novemberaih next, and answer the complainant's 6f the-
the 1st
&.iU; on or before ? d'.ivance.
( say City anti the rich
herein, the same shall be taken as con and fVr
<- year. to fessed against! them. tile country in its vicinity, uniting all the
Persons, offering, > win be pleased l.J\\\l\t\a\\: MEN advantages and :iiuhmemenU
t NEGRO the foregoing to
s!: cubical And it is further ordered that emigri-
;jj'te for 1 particularly! of theiv the terms ttames per with the BOTAN IC to be employed in the Navy Yard, and be published in the Pensacola lion, which has already ffowe.l in with :a
, .t, any one rapid tide, promises to make
r -*)r\, of timber requirf.r a \ Ri IN: amongst, it desirable to obtain Gazette, once a week for the space of t a paper, :at
portion Capiiol of the
: .r-.., 1 For the laborers there will 1 four months and once a month for test Territory, intercstin -
, I' ; also (soutdh'y l bv disposed to and Nursenrs, I I.:ng Island, near New or 3 i turners both to its citizens And
with gentlemen of thAadjjining
month months thereafter.
1 let cubical feet, be allowed 17 dollars per ,
for more,) their n\t> per York-WILLIAM PKlNCr.. Proprietor.The States.
fur,; three frames collectively, (one of each new Catalogues, for :BIT, of this the ccmnum Navy rations and tor the, A true Copy from the Record. The Editor pledges himself

j ,' ctA t s, that "IF, a 7-1, a 44, and a sloop,) with establishment, are just published, and mechanics, the 1 usual addition o? price. ; A tUestV. ery exert,jn in procuring IJItdligenc'-use evc-

\ the, promiscuous timber, designating in may ne obtaiJled.sT'ut"', from Messrs.! T. proportioned I to qualificathns., Hasell Hunt. information, calculated to dcvclope and
*%|' e'r the 1 1s111P frame of a :\lId.1. .Swords, 9y Ptarl street, and persons Sam'l 11,. Uvt toe, C'lk. Sup. C't.V.. I.. true resources of the country, and the

I of the line, of a frigate, uf a sloop, at a distance, who may desire it, by- Nay Agent Pensacola 15th November 1826-38xx4m fully to abstain from those e re-'

:. anti for promiscuous, timber. The oilers dropping- a tine to the proprietor to that Pensacola 13th March 1827-1- jQjThree j- and m2m. statements<< which. re so often exairvvra'r imprcpuiy-eti
can be made deliverable at any one, or I em \\-illltave it instantly sent to them
I pair of prime O X:!BCT arc made, sort. which have their origin
t! either or ul! of the y.mis above mentioned free of charge It may else! be obtained 1 for which a P-Z the m romance
i j ; immediately, ur credulity of
: k L'uthe deliverable various Also required 1 m t AS m a warn ann Jr-
teims percubicaltbot: from the in sectionof
agents every ti
; tcnt and
r liberal price will be g \'cn. fancy, which are caicrlated!
: i I ach.. (if a difference: be made the Union. establishment which 1 tD:
It stated. S. R. O. Or Flowers of Literatur produce duappointment; only.His .
,' *>)' the bidder) must be distinctly was commenced about the! middle of the will be
press at all timer
II It is understood that the CommisntMs in- Wit and Sentiment opt' r.-
t J to he ast century, and has kept constantly discussion, and whacver '.
will select such offers! and assign I f far the pahticrgs :C:
is most ex ,
t : reusing ever since, by !
t TON- Si"E FOR 1827. : : may be. he h vites all patice : ; V'hernselvea '
! i 1 to each bidder such portion of the timber : tensive in the Union ; and, in addition to t of this
I J rt' uired, (not ll'sstltap one entire frame,) I, the immense acquisitions: of former ON coHSIGNMENr I INB Office of the Saturday Ev. Post, ? : iiedium of c';nicatroK. ..._.

. anti desigxnU- such >arcJ ; br? the! delivery I years, the new Cataiogce contains above !'lulaclelAlrullec.l.1826. $
. J Kjl they iiiay JudKe expedient t for the public \I 500 r.*U' vdritties of Fnita, never offered r E Carfcoof; tlie Delalue French! from Ship Bordeaux Pac- u"]TIE CAS KT or Jlovera J Liters EDGAR MACOhThe :;

! Interest ; and further, that no money"ll before to the public, and not in possession ijL tole. C'-ipt.I JL trite Hit UJid Sentiment, whics: : has }.'..OH1DA AUVOCATE uill ;Le '' '-

", at any time, und T uny oitvnmclB'iresbe ; : of an/ c!IHr establishment in America. consist'ng! ;: of I. !ti.i'I, uc. unp/ointe'l: incrv-se of pa lished every Saturday} at the t: ..-.. vt.'iuumpi
,' advanced, and that none will be paid The collection r.ow offered to the CASKS Claret Wine trons tluiing l the !.i t six months,v/illaf'.er }able: either in a-'.....:-.c.: :.:'
i iI
anal ::n ac'ual delivery of timber ; that public is as follows} : 172 varieties of Apples I 08 of the most approved the present: vol. is tar'led! C;C'l number months error thr subscripts. /...:, _: : : _
bond, with two or more sufficient sureties, ; 2v'2 ot" Pears6 of tarries; ; 139: P.rands} of the ullage i iI I contu.n, : ', (Jf'ta.ti'o pages, pnncd well 1 nents: inserted ...t *.he samm-,;?.

1 fur the faith! iilul i rhlrcIf :Ht)' co.+- of Plums ; 25 ot Apricots! ; b4 of 1'eacli-! of 1S! ul. I on !smal: f.a.,'l .erne tt. .sc, upon I tie! :nest 'I he Advocate xvill: be t...'*-t",' 3 :: t.
I: fI" tract, will be required ; th.I i'c! uwount es ; 20 Nectarines; ; 100 of Almonds I 22 Pi. .fs! Old Cogniac IJrandy, paper s :tc1le" andcoxered, und furnisKed subscribers ci' tne Ink'Jlj!; ,.: ::.r- -; H -' ,'
, ; of such bond will be one Ih.rd the est mated I 14 of Mulberries : 5 nl Quinces ; 5 ofI'ips : 580ff, Cmret wiwe, Jiue very 5'u- at the low price of '1'c:v Dollars and rc q ut.Etta to lnt .rr ::.c'_ a.r. :; :

+t ant ant .'f the ct'ltr cl.-Mtireoxer, ; 16 of Cir rants ; 15 of Raspberries ; Pt.1. .!;:'-. fifty cents per annum. The Casket is a wise to patrorise -!. :.z:..,.. I j toftneirsilence ': ; :
I It 41 tf.u'. as idditio+'.d\ and rl!' itcra.t fcecurity, 47 of Ciooseberries ; 20 of Slra*'benics 80 ll .-. ptur-fs:: I collection from the choicest pieces of the I .'....-.; -.v.1! Le : .. ,.. .. "

, I t i. fen per centum of'.he avails of each cargo 19 of Walnuts, Chesnuts, and Filbi-rts! ; 40 halt .ll?tt' tttt. I Saturday Evening Pest, made with a reference subscribers. Ali 4&v:'." -?,?:..':.-.*.; : .
t t will be reserved anj withheld, until 10 of 3edlaral'erbirnmonsand Papaxva ; lUll P.askcth: S'.veet Uu.;; I to the difference which should ed in the Imeiligenc.T, xv :II: ..c ,'.' ..'
'I ,f ) j. the contract han 'be fully complied withto 15 c. Harberries and Whortleberries; 80 Hoxei Olives, Capers, Atichov-es exist in the materials! of a weekly paper, unless ordered to the contrur.- .:... ..: "

' 1: the satisfaction of the C:)".mis si oners ; 257 ;Grapeo, comprisingthe: finest wine and Peaches. and those of a monthly publication, the. -_ -

r and that in all! deliveries timber, a due I and table Grapes'of Trance. Italy, Germany 200 do. Cologne \\'ater former of course enriched with essays, i WASBIAT TON CI'1'PZ

i proportion of the men difficult parts of the and the Crimea, and are priced at from SG do. Anl'd. Cordials. poetry, anecdotes, and those set off by a -. +, .
. frames shall be dclivereu, ctherxvise, it 37 cents to 1 lr.h-thcy are also offered 100 Bags 'Almonds and ..Walnuts, 25 recital of the occurrences of the week. lL mm

\ .. shall be at the option of the Commirsioners in assortments of one dozen each, 3 Ihs each. The latter can receive little value froma
\ : to withhold such amount in additionto for the first, :iJG: for tile second and .*:4$ 40 Large Karther. Water J U9. mere detail of events, many of which BY AUTHORITY OF COJiGRES.C

: :'l the ten per cent above mentioned for the third assortment, and they will be 300 limply 1)<:mijohn:). would cease to be interesting before they SECOND' CLASS.To .

't r as they may judge eypedient for the public selected to suit any climate from Maine 100 Hags '::arks, were recorded. j be drawn on Wednesday, the 6th. tfIWAXVK

J interest, untii Ouch deficient proportion to Georgia. The collection of ornamental IOU Hampers Mottles, The vast quantity of matter crowded, June, 1827.!
f t C lot difficult timbers shall be delivered ; ) Trees, Shrubs,and Plants consists nof 12 Packages Dry Goods, containing by small type and careful arrangement, SIXTY NUMBER LOTTERY.NINE
r; f. t and it is further to be understood, that! 1053 specu-s, and of Roses 500 mos Broad Cloths, Linens, Handkerchiefs. of f into the columns of every number of the BALLOTS.SCHEME..

, \! ill payments wdl be made at the places splendid i varieties, including] 70 of Chi different kinds, Cambricks, Printed Cot- Saturday Evening! Post, will in the
; of I / Those who may offer to supply any part' department consists of more than 20,00'J ettesi, Artificial Flowers! Head Dresses, materials from which to form an inter 1 Prize of 10,000 is 610.000

. g' of this timber, are further requested to Plants, and contains all the most beautiful Unibrelbs, Foolscap and Letter Paper, esting periodical work such as the Casket 1 3,506 3.506
f ; state particularly their own residence, the and interesting species known. liibbons, Silks, &c. Stc. has been considered by its partial l 10 1,000 lU,UOU(

, t: !.l' name and residence of their sureties, to I NewTforV, March 20.ToslOfficc IN STOKE frte tds, and such as we intend, it shall be. 20 500 10,000
, ") forward letters from :such pe'lI;!IS, tiling: j _. A general; assortment of goods suitablefor I toltwIrahiiAnding: the feet, that the Casket 52 100 5,200(

'\: their willingness to become sureties and j llo\ rscThe the country. is uiltva collection from the columnsof 51 50 2,550
; ; also to forward evidence of the competency N. II. ALLEN. the Saturday Evening Post, we confi 102 o 2,0- (J16iJ.1
of uudi persons us sureties to the Citizen:; of Pensacola are respect 1)4H133col" 13th Feb. 18J7-50tf.&fy&sm. dently predict, and indeed we are sanctioned 3 13.461
i.rfJunt: fur which they may become !{ requested to take notice the in the experience we already 11475 4 45,900
" bound. All offers: are to be sealed and he Post Office} will uniformly he closed, have, that its most numerous patrons will I --"
t directed: to the Commissioners of the N.lI on Sunday 5 o'clock I'. M. unless: '\ .;.\.. eX i,' Yw" .s befound among the subscribers: to our 13395 Prizes, $102,633

I i vy, and endorsed with the following! tthe Mail should: 1 be delayed later than weekly paper. A largo number of those Tickets at4 each.
word", viz : Offers: to furnish Live Oak, the usual hour of arrival; in uhich case who take the "Post" depend upon that I In this scheme with nine drawn ballots,
I + under the advertisement of 12th March, the Office will be kept open at least one s 'r- .. t x Yr Y* paper for the news of the week-it i is.. there will be 84 prizes with three of the

'1: ..827.i ." hour. The Mail, although not due until .i wti' x* f d therefore read with aviiJiry; by almost every drawn numbers on them ; 1836 with two,

i J The timber iso be inspected and measured 4 o'clock 1'. M., usually arrives soon member of the family where it is receircd drawn numbers on them ; and 11475 with
t according to the rules established! enough to be opened by :3 o'clock, so that\ I ;r and this general use frequently injures one drawn number on. making 13395
j, .;.. by the Board, a copy f at xvhich ma Y.btaiuetl be the Office i is usually open two hours. 4 Rt ,1: its appearance so much as almost to prizes, Those tickets (having none of the
I .' on application to the Navy Agent The Po taster therefore requests, that t !/ t,. render It unfit for the fete and for binding.The drawn numbers on them b being i la ns.' :

either at I'ensacola, Savannah, those who wish to enquire for letters on .,. t numbers too, by this general use, To determine the fate of the 34,220 tick
,t'i- It Charleston) S. C., Norfolk, Washington that day, will send or call before i o'clock, : are not unfrequenllv t, mutilated or ets, the 60 numbers, from 1 to 60 inclu
t Haltimore, Philadelnhia/Kew-York} ; nl; and that: he may Le enabled to cloLC the ti entirely! destroyed, and the file tf.usbruk sive.will be severally placed in a wheel on

I ,; ton, ur 1 Portsmouth, N.i II. Office ut that time. f? en.-The Casket i is calculated to prevent the day of the drawing, and 9 of them be
I '+ An)' bid not made in renfomity to this The Post OJTce( : is open or other days, ; this inconvenience, and to furnish, at avery drawn ; and that I ticket havingon it aI..

r+ advertisement, or that m-iy jut be received from breakfast time until dark ; except cheap price, all the useful matterfo i, combination the 1st, 2d and 3d renumbers
,...i'.h'l\' the time herein limited for re- from 1 to 3 o'clockand during the time which the weekly paperxvuuld be desirable will be.entitled to the prize of

colt mg bids, cannot Le considered. of opening closing the Mail. when bound.-In thus giving; a SIUOOO
5-tSlsl July lii:7.: I '\V Ilascll Hunt 4'1' permanent form, and select association to That having on it the 4th, 5th aid 6th
..... to
-- .lj the choice pieces of our weekly contributors 3'505
No\ic Post Jluster.Ptnsacola it is confidently anticipated that Those 10 tickets having on them the5h.

Jonathan Dexrmanvs. 20th April 1827.AIVIBZIZCAKT By the PiTFulentof i the United new and successful inducements will beheld 6th and 7th ; 5th i 6th sod 8th ; 5th. 6th &
In Attachment.Eflord '- ---- cut for the exercise if: superior talent 9th ; 5th, rth and 8th ; 5th 7th & 9th ; 5th. "

Jones, ( I'A1\Ml1R. States. and unusual cai-p in our literary department 8th and 9th ; 6th, 7th and 8th ; 6th, 7tj.(
..> \\' that pursuance of Law, T, JOHV QI-TNCT inuddition and 9th ; 6th, Sth and 9th 7th 8th
Wit of Attachment has e wish every friend of this aW : tJ) the recommendation ; :md9th
aK DAKS: I President of the United Stat.-s each
been issued and Jexied certain journal should understand, sod that they neatness in the gem rat appearance 1,000(
of the said defendant and un cattle xvould have the I kindness fr? make it t*f America, do hereby declare and makeknoxMi -and particular attention to the typographical Those 20 tickets having on then! the
<< a that a Public Safe will be held attIC execution 2d, 3d and 8th 2d, 3d and 9th
toted in the Court fur the known, that to anyone who\ will pro it is our intention ; ; 2d, 4iU
Land Office Tallahassee: in the Territory er.ibelliah and 5th 2ri 1, 4th and 6th
1 District of Florida. cure.fursubscrtbcrsand: remit on their to each number of the "Cask ; ; 211, 4th& 7th
1 n account'Swe will send a fifth copy of f of Florida, 0:1 the third: !Monday i inMay et" with three handsome ngrax'ings : :M, 4th and >*th ; 2d, 4th & 9th ; 2d, 3th

i 4 Adam Gordon, the Ant+ rican Farmer: without charge-r.r, next, for the disposal of the Lands from the !unj.iof some of the most distinguished At-fith 2d, 5th Sc 7th ; 2d, 5th & 8th ; 2.1.
]%rjiarola 6th Dec 1826 .Itty. for P'IJI any one who will procure'/fre subscribers, t situate: within the limits: of the, following: ; artists of the country. 5th and 9th ; a.I:, 6th and 7th ; 2d, Gh
4 will:! be allowed to retain described townships! and fractional tut;!+- With these and 8th 2J, 6th and 9th 2d .
A\ I )'t I: .\ ff..) t. g5 on his remitting claims to patronage: the ; ; 7th li1d8th
'r : shiptitviz
Itt I the remaining $2Jr e beg al- : "Casket" will, as has been previously ; aa, 7th and 9th ; 2d, 8tl t.tdr: ,: ;
l + '' -o to repeat, that all which is! neccssarvto North of the b,-.*. e line and West of the mentioned, be afforded to fiosc who subscribe 3d, 4th and 5t'i 3d, 4th and 6th JO,

r, ,! IS be done by any one:, wishing to sub- Meridian.Townshins 1 fur that paper exclusirely at the llli and 7th ; each, 5<,'')
, a T srnbe, is to enclose a five dollar note bv : 'No'3. 4,5. h fractional too:n. low price of S,60 per year, a subscrip These 52: other tickets which xvill bt:
. r mail!, at the risk of: andiudrts to theEtlnor ships ?N'O. C md 7 of Kange No. 8, flue xvhich it is confidently believed, is i found to contain three of the draw

" Just of thetme rican Far/rier; lialtimorc," I Township No G, & fractional: township: much lower than that fur any other pub. numbers, each, 1('rt
received and for Sale -and xvhellier: the money be received or No. 7of Range: Nos, 9,1liF1113, 12, St1linclu.sixe. : licat'-on of a similar character in this Those 51 tickets having two of tin

t AT THETeusvxctAa not, the paper will be forwarded immediately country-but to the subscribers: of "The draw n numbers, and those two the lit and

r. 1 .Vjooksltvce.W. and the actual receipt of each South of the Base Line and Last of theMe Saturday Evening i'osi" I'he Casket* I :::2d, each, c j
number of the volume will fce guarantiedby editl.: will be furn::- hcd tor ft-) ,M- Those 102 tickets: but'ing, tvi-o of tiics

t U llasell II unto the Editor. Township) 2 and fractional townships ATKINJLEANOEH::; : drawn numbers amUhobe two the 3d soil

Pensacoia 2nd November 1826, The American Farmer i is published) Nos. 3 and 4, of Range! }Jo. 1. Philadelphia.! 4th or the 4th arul !Jtu, each 2-

I I -iUST-ntCEIVED weekly, by J. S. Skinner, Postmaster of 1 Townships Nos. 2. ft 3 of Han'ge No. 2.Townships ,I Subscriptions to the CASK.&T received All others (bemg 1683; ticket:.) w'.'.h.
? :! ; Ualtimore, printed on fine paper the size t nOS.1\' 2 E t 3 of Range.No.. ,3. I at this Ofllcc. any other two of tiie drawn number 01*

, of ordinary newspapers, folded! so as to I Fractional Township! No. 2, of 'Range -- them each, 8
At !L' Pensacola; Bookstore make 8 pages ; about one half, or four ,, No.; -"... rE; V. ESTABLISHMENTThe Aud all those havirrg: on them one only

devoted to The of tic drawn numbers ( 11.475I
pages practical being
: a complete and Agriculture ; Townsliip-3 ere to be offered in
general assortment of the remainder tu Internal Improvements;. the ordrr<< i ia which they arc above dcsignutod ,, ,I tickets,) each,
r rural and Domestic Economy selec-s- bojjinningwith the lowest number No ticket which shall have drawn a

t. qUILLS aions for housekeepers and female eadcrrtnd of Section in each township. EaSlc MlliP Tavern ''prize: of a superior dtnMnt nation can be

IVittural: Hi tJrynd Rura Sport The lands reserved by laxvfor the entitled lean inferior p..i t use
: some of.them of very superior q tralit} A minute :index and title pa ;e to the '>f <,cli,OL, orfiv f other }purpos, are to i Prizes payable forty days after the

;;' .,. 03::: *Wanted a quantity of Geese', Ea, whole volume is published: loci- --- -tVu-air.1.- .. ..... be: excluded{ from u __n _s.iK_n*,_ l'\-.lD f drawing; and subject to the usual: deduction
; gles' and Su anz' Wings.Pcnsacola. }I ed with the last number of each volume! Gixen under hens{ at the 77At--W--.Io.A f r. f...A.lC"7,1 ff A,;' O.f} 'J".-1.1.71;J m f of fifteen per cent.

. f. .. 1st March.? A single number will be gent loony one. Washington, t1.: ;,my tenth day of January City of THE Subscriber informs the pub. J. B. Y;1 TfS,

I f.! VI i. WYATT 0- publication.who may desire! to ice :. specimen of the A. I). lt,.:,'. &Ji lie, that he has opened a house. .t J.U'llV1'Y.t'L' } 11 a71ae..rlicahirrtort ,
i n John of Public Entertainment, :n the Febuurii :;!j, 1827.
POnMS !his
friends and Quincy Adams.
t .. i the pub- To all ditors who will! give the above house formerly occupied by Hall Orders
, :.llic Maj. left
generallv. ;hat he keeps thePJLAIvJTEB.'S Ry the President at the 1'cnsacola L'oo!.:-strrC
'", t. one or two insertions, we shall feel much for that purpose, fronting the public will be duly attended > ).

!\ il and will take great: : pleasure HO in accommo 1L. kindness.indebted.&nd will gladly reciprocate: their. George Graham, square, which he has fitted up in a convenient -.-

i '. .. dating these who may favor him with Comtiristiener of tile fret Land Office. vellers manner for the receptiotff of tra- .IIN my absence Capt. jl Crupper is :nu
, their cu tnn P. S. The American Firmer 13 circula Should any of the lands proclaimed forsale be and other His table will always to receive and pasn receipt
r t ii Tallahassee. ted through State supplied with the best which the ot any monies due me, aso to make con-
Fcb.1$27. 1 -13t, every and Territory; at Tallahassee on the 15th of January market afford
and is can and his bar with the ractb for ,
written for by of the 1827, under the Proclamation the hire of mv negroes. &.c.
I many most of the '
President best of
liquors. No
n 0 o\w chancing, distinguished practical farmers in the of the United States, dated the .1' wanting on the part of exertion the will be Byrcl 0. Willis,
Union. proprietor
CTpHE SHbsrriber: respectfully informs 24th of Way, 1826, be, from any cause to render general satisfaction Pensacola Feb. 28th 1827-52-if.
-, wl his friends, that he will still continue whatever, nut offered at public sale at the .w..,uu._ _may___ ittvornim r wan.. their. to those

t t to draw Deeds!, Mortgages, Hills of Sales 1 1l Tot Salfc LoTHK \\ time aforesaid, the same will be offered at r His stables are well calculated for company.a num ; lHEEor: :: Four Ctntlcmen; who may
l ( Fowers of Attorney and other instrument House public sale at the time and place stated in 1 ber of I hordes-and a good and attentive \ wish to retire from the bustle of the
}II t of writing, in the most approved forms the Public and Lot situated the above proclamation. The sale to Ostler will at all times beat hand. Town during the Summer months, can
t if on the u>,uNl l terms; and solicits.a continu- I II Square, the commence with the lands heretofore pro Families, or Gentlemen who wish be accommodated with comfortable boardat
,t soce of their favors. Kiug.-Fortenns property of the late Col. Wm. claimed, and will progress in the order in can be accommodated with private nay the I'crr}'- ouse, qll Deer Point ; and
\\t' to a*
W. Hasell Hunt. apply which they were proclaimed. partments. have the privilege of the tort S'-boat, when;
1.', r F. H. Nisbet. Ue coming with
. nsuolit Dec. 1826. Q, Graham, jGeo. Fisher. over passengers.
.1 .,' Pecsacol (nth For terms I this .
f\;' .. April 1827.; --5-if. 49-151.l I apply at effice.Pen'
C''QRlAlait6nar .. .
Tallahassee Dec. 15-J tf .
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