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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: June 1, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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VOL. IV (Fffntipiatiionhominet.) JJXE 1 st. 827. (Open to all ;; .

-...- -11.-- ---I- .L -_-_ = _.. _ parties : influencedby none.) No. 13.PcBtisnxD .
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: WICK KILT, BY I Sec. 2. And be 'further enacted, for the pur. Jo* of aiding the State ill i j OT rJiAU..J =

PUi ttASDLLttITJNT! That the same be paid out of any money -i opening a catfil} to Unite the waters !I FLORIDA.-- An act for the relief of JohnV.. LeiIn'.

SOLE EDITOR. D PROPRIETOR; in the Treasury, not otherwise.appropriated. | of the Illinois river with those of'' An act to prevent the evil practice of gain- Be it enacted, by the Governor and

Publisher (fthe Laws of the United Slates : Lake 1'hichLan, a quantity of land Be it ing in this Territory. Legislative Council of the Territory

ami of tht Territory of Florida.Sci I Approved 2d March, 1827. equal to out naif of five sc'ctiors in Legislative enacted, by the Governor and of Florida, That John \ *. Levinus
>5CRiPTio5-Year g5 Council of the Territory be and he is
i. [PUBLIC-No. 33.] width oneaci side of,said canal, and ( f Florida That hercbyauthorizcd to receive -
Ialfvear from
3. and
I after the
QuartW 1 50 An net in addition to "an act to regulate: reserving: : cni alternate section t(; the j of this the sum of one thousand and
Subscription in year advance find fix compensation of the Cleiksj i i United; States, to selected by the : passing act, il'any person orpersons I nine dollars, in addition to the sum of
payable
I shall be .. .
in the different Office, passed April, one miilrv nf. L-nrmmr.. r> thousand
i- '' eight dollars
vv
\j
: ---J ieihihiringany
ATTEP.TISINO -Krery rdvcrtisement ; commissionci! oi tlie Land office, under .a..5 conveuanted to
thon hundred and i !.
:an eight eighteen. .
.f hr! idh( of one column and measuringrcrui" I the direction\ of the President of : gaming table, common- to be paid to him by the Commissioners
lie it enacted the Snatcnr l
by il ly called A. 15.
? Ji .ia tuelve lines of this type,fit$t rhe United Sbtes C. or E. O. or rou- fir the silo
from end of of the Lots
one dollar, each co.itinuuiii House of Representatives of the united one lute or rowley at
.n<< r'in weekly : pawley [roily pooly] Tallahassee.
the said canal And that
the the
o other and the said
c Ititv crtts ; longer and wider ones at i j jtj Statcs of America, in Congress ; or vouget voir [ et noir ot sum
e p .ma.c.. Hule and figure work, I I assembled, That the Secretary ot, said lauds s!::all be subject to the disi iara; [faron; ] bank rouge other ] or any one thousand and nine dollars bo
for the first insertion. Ad- of the or gaming ta- paid by the said
LGrJslatnre
d(ube: }pa-ic"1 i posal of the said commissioners, from
!
I State be authorized to in the bb bank I
employ or ot'the
,
Tfrtienieti1ls, will be tastefully displayed, :'State, for the pmnosc aforesaid, and same like or kind, the funds arising from the sale of said
actcrcfng to the nature of them, and will State department, One additional:1 other Provi\rd That or of any other description, under any Lots, and in the terms
no the
; said prescribed
L4 measured by matter 0 f this size tj'pc. : Clerk, whose compensation shall not denomination: whatever, or shall be in the by
When incrted at intervals, (that is, not inserted exceed sixteen hundred. dollars ; two (!i canal, whon roniVeted| shall; he, and I allY manner either directly indirect- the contract between s'id Levinusand

1. every week:, from the first to the additional Clerks whose 'I forever remain!-. jublic! lahway::!;! for I h: intcf-.fpcI. nr, ,ffinrhvnrk'l or:.-. _T commissioners, for the payment of
last insertion) each insertion will be charge't compensation I the use ot the (. ovp>rnmont ot the U- 01'0. u '"II'IL'L.L Hi tllJyJl ou. the said eiVht a -- thoiisn1-------.......' nn..r"I3&L.. l al a new semcnt.-Amounts for shall not exceed one thousand !i niled States, free hUll any toll I the aforesaid gamingtables. banks, or Passed, January 10th, 127.: I
or
advertising payable always' on demnnd. dollars each ; and one additional : other charge whatever for games, either by furnishing money or Approved, January 18th, 1827. fj
ill! }' Liberal contracts will be made with Clerk for the Patent Office, whose I ; any property other articles for the of --a- 1LeislatheProceetjjng. .
I purpose -
those who wish to advertise by the year.B3" compensation shall not exceed eight Oth(1 I IJnitcdStutes: or personsin J on the same carrying "ii .
being interested
in
... [ Communications directed to W. hundred dollars. their service, pashig thronirl the this loss .
H tell Hunt, Post Ma ier. Pensarola, will same. 1'rnvidcd That said orgain of'said table or bank .
inal I
},f! "n'1-. :. attended 10. Sec. 2. And be further enacted, shall be commencoifwilhin, or employed! in any manner in con Monday 8th January, 1 827'.
... I -- r :" That the Secretary of the Treasury ., IJveyenrs, ducting! carrying on or exhibiting said Mr. Mitchcl offered aprotest to

Laic of the United States.. be, and he hereby, authorized to :and Statu completed sTat! ? J3O bOfViuT in twenty ry>.ye.ir..:>.=jy ,.or ttJzitLt.1 T11G the talllo in ;, and llr Il'Vul-being. employ) inctic, Treasury Department- .1mJi on the till
Qt..t0tht of lands table
OTrtTaariirfonar l.;ierK, wliose compen- : ajiy court of competent jurisdiction, shall i Tuesday next.
sation shall not exceed fourteen hundred previously sold, and 1Iilt the title <1.1 pay a fine noi less than two hundred "An act to renovate the appointments -

dollars ; in the office of the purchasers under tho State shall ho I i dollars, and! not more than one thousand I certain officers in this Terri.
Fourth Auditortwo void. i tory. was passed-Y{ asarkor.
additional Clerks, dollars ; and upon failure to p..y i ,
i whose compensation shall not exceed Sec. 2. And be itrurthcr enacted, the same, shall be sentenced to stand I I Britt, Doggott, M-icon, Stone, Woodruff -

one thousand dollars each. That so soon as the oufe of the saill in the pillory one hour, three days in I : and \Vyatt ; 7 : Noes-Alba '

: bee.- 3. And- be- further- enacted, I canal shall be locate llHl agreed on succession, and be imprisoned exceeding I, Dell, McKennoii, Pinkhara, and

That the Secretary of the Navy be, I by the said State, it null: be the duty six months. Speight ; 5. Tuesday, Jan. 9.

and he hereby is,authorized to employone I of the Governor tlicro f, or such other Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That On motion of Mr. Deli ordered,

BY AUTHORITY.ruBMC additional Clerk, whose compensation person or persons as nay have been, ifauy o\vm-r or occupant, of any hOI1:;(" that one hundred copies of the Manorial -

[ -No. 32.] shall not exceed one thousand or hall hereafter be, .t1lhnri ed.to superintend or other building; shall knowingly per- to Congress be printed : !
An act makiugappioj.iiations to into The
tlTect certain Indian Treaties.it carry. dollars. the construction of! said( canal I mit or suffer( any of the before mentioned following message was received .

it enacted, ly the Senate and Sec. 4:: And be it further enacted, to examine and as-eitani: the par-I tables, banks, or gamer to he Piukkam, read, and referred to Messrs. I '

Irl/sefJi'eprendajes of the U- That the Secretary of die War Department ticular sections to- uvirii. tIt carried on, or exhibited in tbcir said; Doggeti, and Wyatt.

niter Malts of: America, in Congress be, and he hereby is, authorized State will be emi'led; inder j the I provisions houses, outhouses, or other buildings, "EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ?

assembled, That the following sums to employ, one addition- Ckrk of this acttiid report the and [on] he'ng convicted thereof t [rho January, 1827. 5

be, .md they hereby are, respectively for the office of the Clrtf [Cna(necr : sHine to the Secretary the Treasu-I I or she] shall pay a line notions: than "Sir,-I have ever been very do

appropriated] for the purpose of carry-. one additional Cleik for The Office of ry of the United State) one hundred dollars, nor more than sirous to promote the interest of the

iI)? in o rffrct Treaties: made with the Adjutant General ; ;and one ;-id- Sec one thousand dollars. Territory; my pre-emption claim to a

C:-ppewa: Pottewatamic; and :Miuir.i ditional Clerk for the r-fi'e of the That! 3. And be it further enacted, Sec. 3. Jic further enacted, That quarter section of land, contingent to
the I
Commissary General of said State, u"icr the author- the of this ex-1 this; City, having interfered with
i Tribes" Indians, to wit. Subsidence ; of the (I }provisions act shall not a
The sum of one thousand dollars, the compensation to each not exceeding ily ihe Legislature thereof, after I tend to, or eilect [afiect] such housesas claim advanced by the Territory to
hundred 'loll' selection; .ll have been so m iue, be licensed in the same land which has been
eight this
; ,
bo n P xih article of the Treaty of the fifth Sec. 5. And be further enacted power to sell and convtvthe PasbeJ, January 21st, 1 7. upon and settled in my favor, I
of thousand That the Posmnsior t:npr..1 |he iJJHJho .whole, or any part of the sad:: II. D. STONE, have now the honor to ofler it to tho
August, one eight: 0 hundred I'p >i\f'lIt! ..of.. ,the. Lrgiti.ativc..! ,!.. Coitii'il.1'pi5v1 .
authorized employ ; ; ; : shall i "
to Jn
and twenty-six, with the Chip- hereby is, thetofto: whomsoever! purciiiiso :\ J. J. :1U.lry ?,, U;:. 'iObiintrylr"i'elTJVlh payfifenC
peWU5. hit urldUioimi; ; CJuihs, whose com- I the wIHt'! or any j>.trt thereoi.PUB..IC \\rM.: I' ttUVAL, for my buildings and improvements,
li"HJ"ll
r.Jf ihu Ten ilorv of FIoriia
: The sum of two thousand dollars, jensation snail not exccca oiio tnou- APIiOVed :2d l\hrc h, IS:.!;. and the purchase money which I have
sand dollars each ; and one additional; An act authorizing Territorial Treasurcr -'
the Land. The
being the annuity to be paid to thePoticwatr.mks pai,11or quarter sec-
31erk k, whose compensation sh.ii not [ -No. 30.] Jo institute actions a:;-ainrt all peisoJaindebted
tion which I reside of
the third article ofthe is
: on now one
by : An act to authorize the State oiTctUnaa. to locate to Ihe Territory. ;
of the sixteenth of Octo- exceed one thousand four hundred I the best in this vicinity and is considered -
Treaty I and nakt: :n n .id therein W11l1C'] Be it enacted, by the Glmer: cr and
lu-ionn; thousand eight hundred and dollars. Be it enacted, by the Senate and Legislative Council of the Territory very valuable. Having bullion it

ttu'i. y-bix.! I Sec. G. And be it further enacted, House of Representatives of the United 1- of Florida, Thnt the treasurer of the in the summerof 1824 itseems to me

; The sum of one thousand five hun- That the Secretary of the Tre.isury States of America, in Congress I Territory he authorized: and empowered thaton a proper representation of the p

.; r] T<-% doll rs, for crying into effect be authorized to allow four Clerks in assembled, That tw: General Assenijly J :and he is hereby authorized and facts, Congress: would pay for the improvements. -

: li.- > une article, for the building of a the office of the. Register of ilu Treasury of the State of Indiana sl--d! be, empowered, to commence and insri- i Ifthe Council deter-

m-.J.:; and one Clerk in the office of and the same are hereby: authorized tute suits and actions against all persoils :; mine to take my offer ; I beg you 0

The sum of three thousand! eight hundred the Navy Commissioners, one Clerk to locale and make a road from Lake who arc now, or may hereafter; would assure: them, that it will give

,' and twenty dollars, for carrying in the Fifth Auditor's office, and one Michigan, by the wiy of Indianapolis: be, indebted to the Territory, and me pleasure surrender the land.

jill') effect ihe. s!ipuHlious of the same clerk in the First Comptroller's office, to some convenient point: on the Ohio collect all monies that may be due to I am &c.' '

ar'p; :: for 'he support; }) of a school- who now receive eight hundred dol- river, agreeably to the second article the same. W. P. Duval. '

: na>tcr, a blacksm.ih, a miller, and liars each, tho sum of one thousand of a treaty mode and concluded near- Sec. 2. Be further enacted, That Mr. Woodruff, from time com. oa

forihe delivety of suit. dolais each, year. the mouth of the Mississinowa, upon in judgments recovered by the Territop i i the Militia and roads reported "An

The sum of ihir'.yone! ; thousandfour I Sec. 7. And bc it further enacted. the Wahash, in the St'ite of Indiana, -, there shall be taxed against the act organize and regulate tho Mili ,

hundred nnd forjy-scven; dollars I That the sum of one thousand dollars, sixteenth day of October, :In the year defendant, in the bill of costs: a feo of 1 ti \" and "An act in addition to an

find cnty-oiie cents, for goods de- : as compensation for one Clerk in the of our Lord one lousaiid eight bun- fifteen dollars, to be paid to the attorney act concerning roads, highways and ;

livr.a-J, and to be delivered}: under Bureau of Indian Affairs, be applied dred and twe uty-iou r, between the prosecuting in behalf r the Ter- ferries"-read and ordered to be copied. -

the'ouilh! r.riicle;: of Hid Treaty. under tile direction of the Secretary Commissioners on the part of the United ruory, as: a compensation for his .

The sum of nine thousand five of War, under. the act of eighteen : States, and the Chiefs rind warriors services. I Mr. Wyatt, from the com. on finance -

Iran I lied: and seventy-three dollars, for hundred and eighteen. I,I of the Potawanmie tribe of Indians Passed, January 21, 1827. m.ide: a rl'port-rcad and ordered -

the payment: olVt-ri'iin; claims, which Sec. 8. And be further enacted, :. : ; and the suit: a General Assembly; Approved, January 20, 1S27- to be printed. Also reported"An

ure }provided for by the fifth article of That, from and after the tlli, :y-tirst are hereby authorized to ripply the An act making further provisions for the I aft providing; for laying a Terri-

cail; Treuty. of March, eighteen hundred twenty- I strip of land and the section of hud, county court of tue county of Munroc., I tOI'___ __:ll_ tri: <."-_roi_:_ <_{ and___n _reconiniitteil'Atact -- j:.-
The Mim of fifty-seven thousand I IdIn. seven, so much of the second section :j. by said article ceded to the United Be it. enacted, by the Governor and ,: and to constitute tin* office of '

hus'd.i-d doll'trs, for the pay- :! 01'the act, to fix the compensation of States, or the proceeds lluTCot"$ to the Legislative Council of the Territory I Attorney General for ilus Territory

Bin- lor; I'oods 1: delivered! : and to be I the Clerks in the different offices, making of tbei;Hne ; and the said Florida, That the county court of I also An act to make i commissioner

fk'l vere.i, ijer: the fourth article of j passed on the twentieth of April, grant shill he at their sole dispo.al. die county Munroe shall be located :[ for TaH.dmssee-read and ordered .

the! J'r ,:v of twenty-third of OctoLe1' ; eghteen hundred and eighteen, as relates Approved March 1JJ27.PuuriC oil the Island of Key West, or at such j I i 1 to be copied. ,
I to the clerks authorized l to be the of said court shall On motion of Mr. Pinkhim in-
one thoistmi; eight hundred [ -No. 3G.] place as judges .
and nvcn'v-asx: with the ?hianiies.'l'hii i employed in the office of the{Commissioner An act concerning a demu\: .., of Learning in appoint. The said: court hall: in addition .I unction Sccresy on Executive busi-
of the General Land Office the Tern ton: Arkansas.
Man of thirty-five thousand to the powers now vested in the ness removed. Wednesday, Jan 10.
&'liH: fjr; th; payment: of the annuities be repealed, and that there be elllploj.cc.I Be it enacted, by the Senate and same by law; moreover be, and is I, "An act for the relief John \V.

., -is provided! for in the same arti- from aud after that period, in. House Representatives of the Uni- hereby, vested with the power of exercising I I Levinus"--passed--Yeas ; President,

ck'tifsrw d) Treaty: the Fame including I said ofiicc, one clerk, whose compensation ted States of America, in Congress jurisdiction in all cases of:; (Stone) Barker, Britt, Doggett, Mc-
shall exceed seventeen hundred assembled, That the Secretary: of the. I I
not -
: Hr., being m lieu of all former aunui- crimeand misdemeanor, the punishment Kennon, Mitchel, Sp !ghtV ood-
ti <. dollars ; ten Clerks,whose compensation Treasury be, & he is hereby, authorized whereof is not capital. ruff and \Vyatt, 9. Noes,-Alba, Macon -

I The sum of eight thousand seven shall not exceed eleven to set apart, and reserve from I: Sec. 2. Be further enacted, That and Pinkhnm, 3.

F b-'.t!- ed} dollars: t for carrying into efi hundred and fifty dollars; and six I salo, out of any of the Public Lands the said court shr.ll hold a session: The following Acts were passed.

i d.e provisions of the same article Clerks. whose compensation shall not j within the Territory of Arkansas, to twice a year, and the said sessions "To repeal an act entitled an act to
:\ exceed thousand dollars and j which the Indian title has: been, or
.. one ; shall be held on tho first Monday in amend an act concerning limitations
: '.
;-i ::>' and erect-
:; u; oxen,
_, i ':')'!L'1 i-nd:; wagons j iumishiug cattle and that there be two' hundred and fifty I Ii may be, extinguished, arid not of otherwise land May, and on the first Monday in No- actions," &c. "To regulate our : .

. 0,,': i dollars allowed as a contingency for I appropriated, a quantity vem er.Passed. citizens trading with Indians" &c.
the account of the three not exceeding two entire townships, 16th 1827.
of thousand hun- keeping percent January "To Incorporate the City of Tallahassee. -
ae sum one one : fund appropriated to the use ofcertain for the use and support of an University 18 1827. "
,
I' Approved, January -"To prevent tradng: with
-J : i tiollurs, for the delivery of iron, I said and
I States. : within the Territory, "
' E"d: !, nil tobacco! and the support ofprovided whatso- I An act in j.ddition to an act concerningroads Negroes. "Making provision for
/ Sec. 9. Ande further enacted j for no other use or purpose
bL I and ferries. tlie establishment of Ferries and
{'1S, HS : for by the same of land highways
Thattlie} sum of eighteen thousand ever ; to be located in tracts .
a.'" -e.! Be it enacted, by the Governor tumdLfgislativc bridges. Thursdayjan.
'I'j-e! sum ofs'ven thousand seventaii four hundred dollars be, and hereby i is, of not less than an entire section, Council of the Territory "An act. ividing the Territory into

> edand twenty-seven dollars'and appropriated, out of any money in the corresponding with any the of the lands legal of Florida, That the road duty which I thirteen elqction Districts aud provid-
Treasury,not otherwise appropriated divisions into which public for tho election of Members of
fm be be ing
for the ofc hereafter required to -
y oven ctiits, payment of may performed
be
I compensation to the several Clerks are authorized to surveyed, one Council"
as I the passed
Legislative -
citizens of the
i\.ncUini5 for theIif1 by the Territory -
as provided by
this and for the which said townships, so set apart and
; authorized by act, \ Yeas President, Alba Barker, Britt
,
:,hi.iicu: : of 1 :said Treaty. in virtue of the said act, shall not ,
lieu of
reserved from sale shall be in '
'1 addtional coupensation provided in Dell, Macon, McKennon, Pinkham,
he sum of two Thousand dollars, entire of land-directed exceed three working days; succession -
for tho si'imort of the and infirm therein. an township of the : or six days in the year, unless Speight, Woodruff Doggett, 11.
poor Approved 2d March 1827., be located on the waters
to
Mitchel and
pc.son.-, .Iu.l t'.r? education! of youth [PUBUC-No. 34] Arkansas: river in said Territory, for by petition signed by at least fifteen Noes" Wyatt, 2.

oi.! i he l'11--t', as provided for by the Ad art to ;gram: a quantity of laud fa the State the use of a 'Serninn: of Learning: freeholders, and that the overseers of An*' act regulating civil .proceedings
z.x-;: .I.>, :.-! / ;j", of said; Treaty. oflllinoie, &r the purpW of aidmg iu open- the roads shall receive no compensation I passed.
i iu'" a canal, to connect the waters of die llliBOif therein, by an act Congress entitled The following Resolution, offered
Tb sum oi thousand for putting up sign boards at the
twenty-five river with those of Lake Michigan. for the establishment
&e\. :.. an act making provision of roads but it is made yesterday by !.!Wyatt, read and
n ndif.i dollars, as provftled Be it enacted by the Senate and additional Land Officesin finks hereby

f"r ly:tlu seventh artlcjle ofsaid'Trea'y .. House of Representatives of the United the Territory of Missouri i in, approve their duty to put them up at every important unanimously Resolved adopted.the of this
for the purchase ofcenain1 ids'ectording of America in : fork. as opinion
; States Congress'assembled .
3 :February tho seventeenth, one Council That the Territory '
to the schedule therein That there be and here- Passed, January 12, 1827. Legislative
re- thousand eight.hundred and eighteen.
{esnd11to.1 t 1. by is, granted to tbv Slate. of Illinois] Approved Mar .,\.17.iii'iiiiii'iiiii: pproved, January 18, 1827 of Florida. ought to be iadivisiA -

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From the Xw-Tork Amtrictn, May T. It rumored
Brazilian authoring'' is that 'Mr. trV5
'! =- conduct of the ;isS'
1 fyCt fltriat: our Delegate in Coti- wlI'01U1IC1K.. I to the representatives of this government Since our previous remarks on the will he the new Chancellor "of the

gress be instructed to exert himself to I is s\ated to have been of the foreign news, we have received exclusively Exchequer. Should this appointment,

'I resist any attempts, which may be South America.-By arrivals at l most insuring; and disrespectful nature from a commercial friend, I take place, he must vacate his

1 made in that body, to annex any part New York and Baltimore, intelligence so mich so, that it had createda i the Paris Etoile of tho 15th of April, for this town. scat

flHI 4 171.,.4.1.n LII'.J TVrr'fnrvin-- anY-" of the anjoink from Rio Janeiro and the La Plata I I general; feeling indignation. among :. which furnishes the following highlyIMPORTANT On the 14th of April, thirty-seven

lug States ; as they consider such a has been received, which will be the American citizens at -Rio, who- I INTELLIGENCE. apprentices were sent to prison at Liverpool

Hi I measure: carried into died, would read with interest. We make the intended testify their approbation Paris, April 14.-Wo have just I I for refusing to perform certain-

Ml' IP without ilio consent, ;>ud ,,-H.nsl following extracts : of the prompml energetic conduct received by express the English papers I i duties, directed to be doug by their
their cowUtuuits ; The ship Minerva of the 12th which the i
wi11, of From Rio Janeiro. him announce masters. -
tlicpn s of :Mr... Ragujt, by giving a public I
; ml complexly calculated to destroy I Ciipt. Hammond, arrived yesterday dinner. following change of Ministry : I Liverpool Cotton -MarJtef._Tha

it I Ihal, wlsi"h is their host hopes, that of from Rio, whence she sailed I In addition to the case of the Spirit Resignation of seven Ministers. I Liverpool Albiou of the 16th ult. u

it bccomine a :State; Oovcrmenl. 011 the 17th March. We learn that we understand that other acts of impropriety Mr. Canning is appointed Premierin I I der dale of the evening of Saturdav'the

I.i' ,; On motion of Mr. Finkham, ordered the country was in a most deplorable I towards this government consequence thereof, the following I$i. 14th. says :-" There has been
whom was reier- Business at a com i members of the Cabinet : a
to condition. was seven demand for
that the ( ()Ill. Brazilian good cotton
tae authorities -
J by
eda letter from the Hon. J. .J>1.White plete stand, aud the paper money of I are pcrniitted, who confederate, with the havo resigned : I I) 3000 bags Lave been sold I to-day at fperlb, an !
'i
the subject of annexing the country greatly depreciated. Tho'Lord Chancellor Eldon, The I advance in some "
upon) tavern keepers at Rio, and make a descriptions tU
I 0 to the State of Alabama The Capt. Clark, of Duke Lord Sidmouth i i M ,
; a part Florida brig Spark, I practice of impressing Xmerican sea- Wellington, : price of yesterday.It
' dischareod from any further this sailed from Rio on the 2d Lord Bat hurst Lord Westmoreland
be port, twill bo remembered
the that
t I Ii I man, or, which is sano thing, con the accounts
I of the subjectTiio of March for Montevideo, and was Lord Mr.
Peel.
Bexley
1 cons'ilcraiion ,1 i i I niving in such a way as b get them in I up to the evening of tho 13&
of said .
t t. ( following\ is a copy captured the same day by a steamboat j I debt, and then force them to cnter Lord Lowther, son of Lord Lon- stiLted a rise of Jd per lb. during thj

leu.--) UVMiin5m, Dec. 6, 1826. (which left the porttwo hours previous I the Brazilian Navy dale also resigned as one of the Lords II I the previous week.

ii' I Sir, 1.1.1cUI.t. my duty to iniorm to her sailing: for that purpose) on The despatches for our government I of the Treasury. I I .- --. _., -- -. -- -

vour Excellency, that I have: learned suspicion of bwing bound to Buenos I which detail all the* circumstances House of Commons 15: oc/0c, 12th I JPJ11t Q J
L from un loubteil; authority, that an applca 1 Ayres. A prize crew of seamen and I of these outrage, were, we i April.-Mr. Wynn, President of the}: -- lAP

::I ,. nwmbc made to Coimress of, marines vcre put on board, and die learn, put on board the brig Virginia, India Board, moved that a writ of election -

I at this session, by the LeirisUuue brig was brought 19 anchor. \Vheni for (Ihltimorc, which sailed fiv days l issue to the borough of Newport -

1 Alabama, for a cession of t the) country i the sea breezes set in, the prize officer before the Minerva. Whentbe facts to elect a member in the room

I ,' betwi'in the AppaUchc; : and Perdjda ordered her cables to be cut, and he I| are before the government, such mea. : of the Hon. George Canning, who

I I., tint State, pre ic.'led upon was carried into port. After lay.Hg sures will doubtless Jo adopted as to had accepted the place of first Lord of

I I the idea: that it is he wish of the in- nearly two wei.ks&all the attempts to insure a non-r 'curencc of :similar the Treasury. [Great cheering from

(. hab:' nts, to he thus transferred. It obtain her release proving :.ineffectual, tieitiiiC t. I all parts of tho House.] llr.Vynu

liiri); ; ht CI) bujsrfstod to me, by some of she was abandoned. Shortly after ---- I then moved adjournment to the 1st

tinM I .il i Ill.: Delegation in Congress,I her capture} some of her crew were NEYORK, May 7. May, in order to ;ifiord time to Mr.

13 ( tJut: .,,'PV wrie under the impression! 1 impressed:; carried on board a Brazilian Very late fron England.We Canning to frame his new Cabinet.

t El! I that .frurffthsottho people of \V s1 74, and put in irons. Condy have received Pais papers to the 1 .lih Mr. Tiernejr objected, saying that '- D'

r! :riri, l .h..c this change, and L H.lg et Esq., the American Charge inclusive, which ontain London dates time enough had been taken to form anew FRIDAY. JUNE 1st, 1827.

thai iu their wishes they ,would 1)Caided' d'Affaires, and Mr. Wright, the American i to Ue 10th. Nuhing had yet been cabinet, and as it was understood ---- Veritf- -- sans y. r

i by hiP Let lative Council : : Consul.had' demanded; an e.xpluution !I I defiritivoly determined on that soven of the old members had rau .-peur. _

flow ibis :Impression could Invc been I !: of the cause of their impriisoument :: lug fie rnformaion: of ,the respct"l Briiiihcabinet. away, and nobody knew when they Ao additional; ; Election returns r h.ve beca

created! I m at a loss: to conJeCtUred- which WAS not only refused, MrCanning declined in ,I would return, it was not worth while ; received since our lust.

; :jia111IUVQflP.!! ()ftilffty0'_ |- f0tyttf but as we understand, they were treat- tim most peremptory numn 'r. the I J to wait.1 The adjournment however, i
Col.!
ti n nu iiicj iuimsier: uiMarine. D. G. CAMPBELL .
unugir.ij uy I is
which .. officially anVulIW
terms Had'hcen .. *..,,
hut a- ina.de- nronna-i "" )U i I I .
furr.'S
N\ild "
June !: "* "
very Mr. tIeI of
: : nagl accordingly him, as'coiultansof his elevation to It is impossible for us, at this dis- the State of G orgia.
; of
quattid( :1 (,1 she pahlv! sentiment manned( his which were !
| passports, who will be IHr.Cannillt's .
the post of priie minister. His: manly tauce, to conjecture
eight or len thousand iu'mbitants, in- i granted, and he WDuKl return home the } Lcgilatire Proceedings.[ readers
associates. The Times of
.deed] i': nttracteii l so little considera- I first good that ofic-red. I refusal had reated a 'lively sensation !: are arh'isc not to neglect to peruse tbe extracts :-
| opportunity \ of plcasuc among the liberal April 1 'i, says-that he, Mr. Canning, we make from the Proceedings of
.. he interior
tio.. I understand, m ; A full! account of all the facts con
: I of the Council itu last
class of politicins.'In having refused to accept the station Legislative at session ;
of ill ountry, and! was so: universally nected with this affair, have been Premier unless with unrestrained as there i; occasionally some news to bn
of au
despatches received -
. Teirobaed.that no public expression transmitted: to our Government. I couscqueco found amongst them. .111 those published
-1-1t t of the sentiments;, of the people}" was I We also learn by this arrival, that by GenDon, Governor of Gibraltar thority form a Cabinet, had carriedhis to-day, Gov. Duvnl informs the Council,

't sought. I canno: believe that the the French and Colombian Ambassadors he lid removed from St. I : point, and was perfectly free. that he has "ever been very desirous to
Roque,and caned all his furniture into Lord Granville, the British ambassador promote the interest of the Territory."!
1Sf t j)1Itants) of that section, or the remainrier (the latter of whom went from
i the garrison which was to ,be put at Paris, is mentioned for the 1
of the Territory will ever this in the been The
city Spark) had not last mail from Tallahassee!
.. in a complete fate of defence. foreign Secretary, aud Mr. Scarlett!
p : connt a proposition so repugnant; well received by the Brazilian Government. : brought ,no Florida Advocate.
The Catholcs Ireland have decided a:; successor of the Lord Ch'uu.ellor.
oj p 4o tiioir' interests, !so detrimental to .
i their fuuirc! hopes and prospects; and Accounts had also been received of to pctitbn, for a re-hearing of The stock market on the llth, was Court Marlinl.-A general Naval Couife

'I .. 1 deem it my indispnisabfa: duty to rerE. an between the contending their claims! immediately after the re- much agaatod by the reports concerning Martial, composed of Commodore M. T.
engagement -
cess. the !formation of the ministry. WOULSJY, President ; Lieutenants E IuSluibrick
of Excellency!! to invite i armies and that the Brazilianswere i
quest your
In the contemplated changes in the : Consols opened at 83} and fell to 83. ; C. E. Crowley, \William. Mc-
.a ; the immr.Hnte! : attention of'the LcgisJativc -. defeated, with the loss of threc I'L. _. Cluiu'y, and J B. Hull Members : and B.
.1. this : that I British Cabino, Lord Granviile; to THere are no quotations subsequentto I 1).
Council to suijjert, thousand men, including their Commander Wright Esq. Judge Advocate, closed
'I'm; y he furnished wth; their resolutions in Chief. i JaVf(, an importint oflice, arid another the appointment of Mr. Canning. I l-ist; week, a pretty long and interesting session -

as the representatives the The' Brazilian of I noble friend of Mr. Canning, is, it is Important from l:1ngland.The i in this City, during which several offi
brig war Independence said, to bo broight iu. ship Dalhousie Castle, :arrived at cers. Seamen, and Marines, belonging! t<>
\ People, protesting against a policy so was fitting out at Rio, supposed L to the West India Squadron.had their trial
Earl Bathurs: was spoken of as the New York from Liverpool! whence
;,U I "u;( ida1. t for the River Plata, search ot Commodore under various charges. Tie proceedings
4 ,. Premier ; but the King was supposedto she sailed on the lkh of AprH.V c .
I .should deem it disrespectful to.. Brown She had several were public, and dispassionate and i impartial
the Counr.il enhr-je ibis ; volunteer be in favor of Mr. Peel for that have been favored with Liverpool manner in which they were con-
i I r to : on subject ofiicerSjEngliah and American
station. from which we have extracted ducted ; the perfect candor and patience,
,' is }Invc it sub- : papers
and J::: only object to and was commanded Irishman with
by an : which the accused were heard, even
I! I \\t aiiUi-v: ''. their cand-d; (nd enlighten-i named Shields. Jn, the House-',of_Lords_ on the 9th, tho 'follow mr important intelligence. the common seamen while it the
;
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_n..... ..., "..,iim. V. j cTeremarK.son :[ Iio intelligence which reached gave
/ umi, UIl UIU OU1,
J Iu will the diiny:! in highest opinion of the talents and intellt-
t \ j ;: u your Exrclh-ncy transmit ral Brown Iud With filling up the vacancy this city ve&terdwv, through
un engagement ( a rr*:Ulhp.aper ;CIJ..rtllU"C IVitvHl
Officers convinced
: .. i 4 j to them a copy of this letter. I the Brazilian squadron in Uruguay, in the Cabinet He also alluded to of the appointment of Mr. also that substantial justice mllY be admin-

;, '! I li. \'e the honor -t Ju, with high ; in which bo captured six sail and sunk the reports of tho defalcation uf the Canning, to succeed the Earl of Liv- istered.ivittout the intervention of a Jury.

: ti j 'Considerations:_ of respect, I two. The rest, about eleven in number revenue. erpool as first Lord of the Treasury,
In
:' your obt. e vant, I escaped up the river. Brown'sloss .i By the last quarter's return of the and of I the consequent resignation of them our Patriot last,we a statement published, of from the the Captain Sou

S Jos.! .:\1"hite.lIis was one small vessel. It is i certain British revenue, ending 5th of April, seven Cabinet Ministers, is confirmed.It !: of the Brig Katherine, communicating tha

4' Excy, \:Vn P. Duval, however, that the Brazilian -vessels it appears that there is a decrease of was erroneously stated in the 'discovery I of a rock and breakers "about

.1 Governor of :F1ortIa.s : cannot' long hold out, as they have ;4(59,548( making a deficiency for Etoile, and even by tho editor of the E. by N. forty-five miles from the South

s The following biils were pissed-- but little) to eat, and) can derive no the year ofE 1,709,87.! Globe and Traveller, that Lord Sid- point the of Hole AlJaco.in the or Wall""dhectly"iu what is commonly called the-

tr "AM1 To <'*: bli..h: the coutitveu' supplies from the shores, which are The mission of the Count d'Ofaliato mouth v is among the Cabinet Ministers trarlr n--- .nf.... v.L-. _".7.Ia 'UUUUlll:_.__-i:_&_ .(&U- IUjIlIU-1.- .L-

. of '('\ssiu Count)" and "..\n act in occupied by Patriot soldiery. All I Paris and London is, it is said, for who had resigned. But this could Hole in the Wall, bound to the coast oi
I O
? 4 lll." l :outcin'ictemiiled": an act COilI hope of supply from the main squa. the purpose} arranging with France not have been, since his Lordship retired Cuba and jntx thi-! Bay o rxico"wbich wako .-
Meniini roads ind ferries! don and England, the time and mode of from the re-publish in to-day's paper ; we arc
.
:' .- hiuhwiy.s, : is cut off; as Brown has strongly Cabinet some two years new informed that Commodore RIDGELY,
the evacuation
1 Saturda.Jan 13. fortified the Island of Martin Garcia, of Spain by the .French ago, in consequence of health. commander of the West India Station, has

**An act for the puirshment:: ofOf and h-'; placed his vessels across the troops. I: The latest Lisbon papers are entirely received orders, from the Navy Department

) crimes and misdemeanors'; ] was channel of the river. A few days pre The Grecks had provisioned the silent upon the subject of the' to despatch a vessel for the purport
.I. Yeas Picsidont Alba vious Acropolis afresh, having driven the contest of ascertaining whether there ia such a rock
J'-'SM- -- -" he had captured a small Brazi I Ir lately waged if not yet wa- and its precise situation
Baiker, Britt, Dorpt! McKennon, I lian schooner containing gunpowder: I r Seraskier a league from Athens. 0-I ging, for the constitution. The whole therewith the U.;S.aud Schooner that in Grampus compliance --

JPinkham I Woodruff, Macon, and &700 Patagonia The large vessels mer Pacha had experienced a great I Id array has disappeared ; and from will be dispatched on that service in a

D ; IU ; NMVS, Mitchtl, Speight,,p of the Buenos Ayrean navy, consist 'defeat at Distomo. Nothing further those papers one cannot tell whether few days. The result nill be looked for

-WI., ,r1tt,3.; ing of the "Twenty-fifth of May," had trnnspired respecting tho interference either constitutional or rebel force is with Since interest.tbe ___

: ".\21) net to lay off the several counties the barqueCojigresso, the brig Re- Rtusia and England for the in existence. Tho British troops: arc for New Orleans departure, noticed of MRJ.ii.Gen.our Row
uaperof
ui-o JMagistiates' di trjc.tsJ" w.s; I publicana, and brig liidependencia, pacification of G 1 rcce: The Reis stationary. The Portuguese Chambers -: 1 last week, we have couversed with an in

.posted.On I were lying in the inner roads of Buenos Eflendi had not answered Stratford had rendered themselves very I I telligcnt geutlemau, who has known that!

I motion of lTr.Vyntt it was orderrd -! Ayres, with top-masts housed and I :. Cajining's note of tho 5th of Feb. and popular by some of their late acts. distinguished whom officer for many years ; from
WP are happy to learn
: tint a bill' entitled "An act to soldiers on board. The blockading the two ministers had: agreed upon a From English papers eral's health i N much better at that the Gen-
than
3: 'Constitute; the office Attorney General squadron was lying in the outer roads, ,I I certain day to make a imal and.ener The appointment of \Ir. Canning it has been far several years present past. The

pI :, for this Tea ritory" he laid on the consisting of the frigates Imperatrire getic attempt to bring the sulject to a to the office of l first Lord of the Treasury long and arduous tour of duty which ha

J I table unil March next. corvette Liberal, and brig Twenty close. It is stated that the French, has met with the general approbation has recently made ; the promptiurle: of nw

1-;' "An act to amend and in addition: ninth! of August." Austrian and Prussian ambassadors: of the country. This event, for movements, characterize, and the vigilance of !his inspections -

CO the several! acts roncerning executions : had, informally; advised the Reis Effendi :' which the public mind hi.l.llJcu zeal and the officer of nnt ling
and
4 $ Kew York, 3fay 9. We prepared energy ; we trust a country'sgratitude
tt now in fo rct'" WAS passed. day noticed the yester: to accept the propositions of the .Njfore it was announced has, will, as just reward of hi* wrlltritv -

:- capture of the brig, other powers, except those of Russia however, produced one cf the most patriotism and valour, long muntain

1 = : Y : and Spark htve, of sincojearnedsome this port, by the Brazilians p, and:Enghnd. .It was also presumedthat extraordinary and. unexpected-cabinet: him with in so the much distinguished p *st,which he flit
additional ability.
--r facts which the Courts of Vienna and Berlin revolutions that has ever takeu place ...........
t DreamsTodreamandto remember -: I. the authorities, place the conduct of had already or would accede .to the in the political world. The appointment Cancellation UilL-The officers of the

, your dream, is a forerunner that' there in a mor.e: reprehensible terms proposed.Notwithstanding. of the honorable gentleman to Steerage invited the Ladies and Gentlemen

t you were not awake, nor very sound i light, and demand the immediate all this, it was con- the premiership was the signal for seven Pensacnla to a Ball, on hh"rdthe U S.

asleep, when Jon dreamed. interference of our government:, fidently asserted that the Porte wouldnot of his colleagues to scud in their last.Frigate Constellation, on Friday evening
in order that The"weather
favorable
similar was and the
To tell your dreams, prognosticates outrages- may. in assent to any proposition--, the-. Reis resignations to his Majesty. The invitation was
: j that you might be better employed. I future be prevented.It ElTcndi i having v M rba'Uy declared-that names of the Ministers who have The ves el was elegantly very generally and tastefully accepted.de-

I l. ; For -a young l h(dy to dream very I appears thlt when the Spark the proposals were inadmissabl being .: struck, as their act has been signifi- corated-the splendor! ot the scene ; the politeness

: t .V. pirticularly of any certain young gen"! ; sailed from New Y ork, }lC had a num contrary to the rights of the Sultan cantly and emphatically and attention of the officersand the

tlcinanforetclls that she purchased her ber of guns stowed in her hold, which. and human reason. are given another designated, elegance of the entertainments were such as
part of this I could not fail to enliven and to please and
mounted paper. ;
;. last hat to attract his attention. were on her arrival at Rio. i The troubles in Upper Catafcnia The I the
:i The only resignation for which the night was passed m mirth, festivity and
vessel
I To dream of happiness, shows that the was then offered for sale I says a letter from P erp ignan, continue country-will feel regret, is that of Mr., I gaiety until break of day admonished that
; you will probably bo disappointed: td Brazilian government, but they and increase ; armed bands .scour Peel. This |. it was time to depart; when the citizenS
gentleman is said toha\'c. :
..\J when you 3 w.lke. refiised.to .purchase her. and- oflrti1 1 I that part of tho thrown I were put on shore, highly gratified with the
MI to buy the which province, dragging at up his office from personal attentions they had received.
Sig"'ns.- hear guns only, horse's
a death-watch Captain a tail the
portrait Ferdinand considerations The
alone
following lines have
and his appropriate
'lark ; secession .
declined.
I denotes that there is a little iusect refusal -Shortly after his VII., and crying ,** Longlive Carlos from the Ministry is describedas I been politely furnished by a correspondent,
1 near; vou. ati Imperial decree was issued, V !I" The whose re-appearance in our column we
. To* specifying the number of .... T_. -. motto*.* -- on _their colors is having had no conneyinn- ------.-. __ wlfh. .u_ thc....... welcome.
see strange lights is that that
t a sign; guns : ueatii to erdmnnd VII. Long resignation of the noble
thorp j is soMiethms! to cause them, or each. merchant vessel would be ,per- 'live Carlos V. and the Icquisitions !" have deserted their gang who Constellation's Ball. ;

tin your 'ue.id is disordered.To mitted to mount. This order was At Perpiguanthc sovereign "at his Beauty and gaiety were there,
solely intended exportation of gun- utmost need, and at a period when And mirth and music loud r'MuI'(1 t.
iJfffl soc an apparition, or to be bewitrKul to reach the Shark, powder has been l prohibited. the exigencies of the And even breast seemed free from care,

t is uri incontestible evidence although there was a protonco made At Figueiras in an insurrection two riously demanded their country impe- And cry heart with pleasure bounde4.Tue ..
to entorce wisest
-it
that councils -
; other
against vessels
yvu arc lacking commonsense. three
v tf Capt. Clark or persons were killed. and their most devoted services. myrtle takes the laurel's plaw-
; Beauty or Ainiablii./.-rQf two accordingly (at great inConvenience The French ship Peruvian, arrivedat Of the motives which have induced The stern command now yields to pleading,
I :: men, one who had married for beauty, ) landed all his guns ex- Bordeaux on the 28th of March the seven wise The sjlitterinz arm their rucks now gnice-'.
t ccpc lour.wliich by the laws men to take the extra- And Love 'a tieoulv foe they're heeding.
and the other for of tho U- from
round the
would a world
amiability, voyage ordinary
havmg
nited States he step, which has excited the
t i not the former be willing to change and was allowed to carry, been absent only.21 months. astonishment of the Oh how unlike the scene thi deck
cleared regularly at the Custom country, we can- Has witnessed when the tempest lowered;.
\viv with the latter The Romnev"sailod
in
ss from
( two ? not be
Plymouth
years House for Montevideo supposed to know much. Ru- Or when th Innunent lay a wreck

& If you wish to have a dirty and uncomfortable -' turc'd, as stated and was cap- for Liverpool April 5, with detach- mor, with its hundred tongues, or rather Beneath broadside which:lie ahovrcren.
the
yesterday first
.
ments for .
of house, marry a lady Jay out, by a steamboat. The Lisbon.M. with its hundred pens, has been Emblem of our own fiek'ostatoNowbendiirj'ueaththegalcH'ruJeroaringS! -
'Whom all the world praises for her of the Spark crew Bousouet de Champs had sailed busy ; and the reports in circulationon : i
were treated very badly, from Marseilles for Alexandria the Yet may we lie, no distant dale, .
cnt i on an subjpct
aad two of them are as vague as they la plcaiurc' harbor wife .
fut in j. on* The expedition tu the interior Qf Africa, 1 are aumcrpust : ftt moor!: ;

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To Fcrryswt.-We have been requested The junscliction"of justices of the it ta our readers. Gentlemen of the fisherman, and the rich robes of its the Bar of !!eieo. The danger most there-

tb re-publiihihe following extract from the peace is reduced to fifty dollars. Nary and Captains of reiseU arriving at late incumbent were exchanged for fore be ffreat to all vessel bound that way. You
;tott Office Law,for the benefit of the kfcep4ft our Port particularly, would confer a great are therefore at liberty to make ue of this information
All demands dollars
over fifty the sack-cloth of the cloister-...
favor items of the in
of Ferric iiwour Territory. by giving as such news as ar- any way you may deem proper.
IL See. 9.And be it further enacted, : must be sued in the county courts." : they may be in possessio of, immediatelyon : mor-bearerstood in a frock and cowl, Charleston, April 21st. ISSfr.
From the decided : their arrival. We frequently hear when I NOTICE TO IARINERS.Colltdor' .
That if shall knowingly opposition a rosary occupied the place of the
any person which that towards too late of intelligence hiving been received Office.Key Welt,March 23,1S27. ;
has shown i where
sword-and
retard thepassage tho Consul's
and wilfully obstruct or paper spear The revolving light upon Sand
which if we had kn,wn in time would Key, near this
ofihe mail, or of any driverr everything which was done by the have qiven interest to OK paper. At the reclined a crozier was placed. The port, will be lit on the 15th of April next This

carrier, or ofany horse or carriage, last Council, it is fair to infer, that the same time we take this opportunity of sa>- standard of the Republic was still during light will which be eclipsed time it once will every be visible two m-nui-rj for tile, _

rrying the sunc, he shall, upon conviction words "Advantages of Legislation1are I. ing, to all transient andpccasioual visitors there, but the eagle had flown, the oak space of a minute, and ocured the game length
for such fence, pay afine used in an ironical sense, & are intended of our city, that our exdiange papers from leaves had withered, and the initials I of time. WM. PINK.NEY, oj'
every all
parts of the United State--, are always Superintendent of Light
not rxcreding one hundred dollars .. to mark the editor's disapprobation open to their .inspection, immediately on had given way to those of an individual : ... .. -- -__-a S.- ... -.
---- ---- -S
; and, if any ferryman shall, hy of all the measures there enu. their reception ; of whid they and our pa- and a foreigner. The statue of

wilful: negligence, or refusal to trans .merated. It may be well enough togive ; irons and friends genemlly, are invited to Jupiter was broken and the pedestaltorn The Trustees tly intreat of the all subscribers Catholic Church to

port the mail across any ferry, delay a history of each of those measures -i take advantage. up. The club of Herculus was tb eamount of their respectire subset iptionj.pay

thc saino he shall forfeit and pay, for. as they were brought before I :COM1TZTNICATXONS. removed and ponderous key put into on. or before the 10th of the ensuing month,

ten minutes that the same shall the Council, and then the conductorof --- --- === =- I j his hJ.nd-a pile of coin lay where I (June) at the Store of iMessrs. Pablo and -
every _
.1 "' Francisco Palmes, who are dulv author.
that will know who he is finding For the Pensacola Gazette I ..
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be- so delayad, a sum not exceeding ten paper me trophies ot victories ha dollars." fault with. MR. EDITOR.-As I sit cogitating : lain, and several decripid looking l'ensacola.25th May.

We also extract the following from nn It appears by the journals that : in my elbw chair, the other evening, creatures were voluntarily contributing -

Act concerning KoaiK Highways,and Fer- early in the session, Mr. Mitchcl introduced I was led into a train of reflections, to tho mass-the lictors remained, FASHIONABLE'HATS.

rirs" pasjked by the Legislati Council of a resolution calling upon the which if TOU think proper to five to but they had changed their iron belts I, K SuWriber has lately re .

Florida ; and, we believe now in force judiciary committee, to enquire into the public, some of your moralizing for those of rope, their bright helmetsfor : .T'i. from the manufacto.

Sec. 20. Be it further enacted, the expediency and propriety of abolishing i readers may be interested in their perusnl. { hoods, and in their hand, instead of of Brewsters of New-York
That all ferrymen, at the several 1. I and SUet.-nerdme! Philadelphia, a
imprisonment for debt ; before i their formidable axes, they held little com-
ferrr in this:Territory, shall keep a : Though there are instances i plete assortment of Gentlemen's ...
: the committee had time to act upon numerous images. Instead of a patriotic address .
I ho'i or boats in good repair,suit- in which ignorance and :BLACK DII &VJJa, CASTOS. -
,
jrood it ; a section repealing the ca. sa. was I presumption the ruler of Rome chaunted an & 4
nble] the witor they: arc to fi rry aided by a train of Ibrtuintecirl B.OB.AM HATS.
to offered as nn additional section .o a I anthem,-'twas the requiem of the

over, and !JTJVP: rrady and dun attcndnnce t bill then before the Council, and with- 1 l cumstancps, have become elevated Republic. I gazed on the Tiber, it pried All of fur which Cash will, either be sold at wholesale at very reduced

on pas cn ers on all occasions: out any opposition, and with the ox- !j over the heajs of sterling merit and rolled on as before, and seemed the tail. or re*

an1 ,!hall give the like: attendance when press approbation of Mr. :Mitchnl, it :i honest worth, vet will I continue to only unchanged object. I looked for J. Jerrison jr. S

1 xviipons carts, horses' ,or othr-r thingsare was adopte.J ; the council were unanimous I: believe! that \\c mm; who, with buta the Sun, but it had shed its last expiring Pensacola, May 21st. :827.j2.2w.Ni5E. .
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to he tr n pfted. And everyfPrrVfl1fl upon the repeal of this law, moderate suite discretion, attainsa : ray on The Eternal City. "

ne Iectinc:or refusing: to < ive and every member, including Mr. tolerable tauiiug in society, is deserving B. .

'lr1J attendance shall for sur.h "' this of far nore credit, thm: he Subscriber intends leaving fop
every Mitchel, must be censured for + 1 .. THE

offence, forfeit and pay the sum act, if any censure is due to it. I who, by practishg that cold blooded. Washington, Mai/.-We under- ani requests North all on the first of next month
indebted
of two Collars,and for neglect in keeping The law exempting certain property quality, rises to the very summit of stand that a Commission, consisting accounts are due persons, to call and wttle whose the

such bait or boats, and in good .from execution, also received the I his wishes. Th> possession of time Commodore Bainbridge, Commo- name previous to that pe od.-Thoae having .

repair as aforesniH; he shall forfeit the sanction of Mr. Mitchel. This law finest talents and qualities the nost dore Chauncey, Commodore Morris, claims will pleaSe present them for

sum of thirty dollars, one moiety of was before the Council in several useful ; nay evei the application of and Loammi BaldwinEsq. Civil Engineer payment.

which' fines sh-ill po to him or herwhostoll shapes, and received many amendments these talents to te most beneficial has been appointed, under the J. Jerrison jr.

prospni'othe same to effect, in committee of the whole ; purposes, will not serve to advanceUS act of Congress. of 3 J Marrb 1 RT Pensacola, May 25th. Ifl27_io_o...
and the other moiety the use of the Mr. Mitchcl declared in debate, that in (he "YPtStlJ1 without being ..icrOttljianicfl entitled..In Act for tho gradual improvement fsPECTUS.4' ;

coun v wh oren ncb ferry rn"' be. ...._I" 1.. .. wa,. 'Or 'ltt.tJ, Upuu dill fill. by prudence.iud discretion- of the Navy of the United IE FASSB-TS3ZS,
; .lI1I'1 rlHuTmcrl: 1, p to pay, in an action being reported to the house, some whilst the practice f these sneaking States," to examine thoroughly the Macadcine, Politique, et Lilttra Tr. \

of trespass on the case, all such member, ((1 believe it was Mr. Pink- virtues, with a littl common place several Navy Yards of the United Publi S I

special dn maces as any person shall ham) moved its recommitment to a talent, seldom fails b succeed.Better States, and report plans for their improvement La 5, 10, 15, 20, 2"> et 30 de chaque mow.

sustain by such neglect. I select) committee, for the purpose of far better, to b in possession of and for the preservationof II fut '.|aire en instruisant. .

: S*>c. 21. Pt it further enacted, amendment, this was agreed to, awl! :he art and science if pleasing, than the public property therein.In De !la gaits sans satire :

That if nny person licensed to keep a he appeared to be the only person acquainted: with all ther arts aid sciences pursuance of this commission, Tout VfnU! souvent,

ferry, shall, on being tendered his who was opposed to the pissage of than to be gifted; with the the three first named gentlemen proceeded N'est pas bonne idlre. Finn.

lawful compensation; refuse and n"- the bill, in the shape it was reportedby brightest talents, or the best capacityfor I yesterday to Norfolk Yard ; iI lui Lorsqu'un taut un Prospectus nouveau journal c'est s'* tabtit,
; I'lmge, et
flect, without a reasonable and lawful the committee of the whole ; intellectual: attiinments. The : and Mr. Baldwin is expected to join : nom nou y conformons. Nous pourrions!

cause, to cross any !person, his horses, when the present act was brought beI I former ensures to us he present admiration I them in a day or f.tcilemmt retnplir cette tlche en imitant

cattle, rarria.ee, hrutps, or property inn fore the council, it received the sup- of all the huuuii family with A two.-lntelligencer.1 nos pr dec seu... ; ii nous suffirait d' *-
convenient timp after !such application whom paragraph copied eveningin crire lelques colonies! a I'appui de belles
we associate the latter increases '
port of Mr. Mitchel, and it passed only ,
this from the Times
respecting proiestatHMis de notre ind
such ferryman shall, for pvtryoVlav ; I with his vote ; he considered it advantageoits our mental enjoyments, and II a paper fatal duel said to have been 1' determiner pendance Ie et denoireimpariiar'te"et i
: tout
of thirty nvnutes! forfeit and l legislation, or 1m would I
pay the sum of two dollars to the person .not have voted fur it, other parts of the creation. As re- to be without foundation. An officer principts pniitiquts ; mail nous !preTeronstaire f

injured, to be recovered, with The act wfuiriiig real estate to guds our advancement in the world, who left the Point gr ct" *u public de to'ite* ces

costs of suit, hefbr inv justice; of the brine one half of its appraised value 'tis clear, that to cultivate the favour yesterday 'randes phrases, qu'il a eu si souvent occasion -
called, at this office to there "
was de lire
et
say d'appr
et
cler,
poarc within the County in which 'I may be said to be entirely the law of:' and acquaintance of men ;-md women no truth whatever in the story. destes dans prStenMons, nous, plus mo-
renon-
snid ferry is kept. 'I Mr.: Mitchel ; early in die so>siun, aids us- far better, iluu thc- most intimate _A..._ 'JT. _A_.rntrirnnMobile L' .L...... cons i trxercer aucune influence sur 1-*-.
Col. M.;icon introducel'iw: :! similar II knowledge of all the immense I 24th.-Cotton.-The pohtique du pays. Notre seul but e"ant
May
'In the Florida Advocate of 14th April itsneerinr1y ,
and valuable which Natural de plaice et d'amuser, nous
in ns provisions: and tint l.iw; received stores, nous ci-i.Ten-
market little
fle"'anl1oh prn'd has
wa< ': nnd undergone very
Ihe decided of Col. Macon I Philosophy can yield. I would therefore teronsdefaireremarquerici que LE Psc.
that documents have been indiscriminately i support} change since last week-the sales are TiM9, (dont lea num 'ros. de hut
sent by the Delicate to errry man in and Mr. Mitchel, who !both spoke in ; call the study of the fashionable pagesgrand
for inferior in 40
7 a 8} cents to good- se succederonl de 5 en 5
thi Territory, Isaac Augur a frpf." nejjro on I its fivor, it was opposed by Mr. .j i world "Artificial Philosophy," 111\\j choice lots command 9..b'rcigzts jours).est, d'&pres: Ion titre, destin *urjjersonnes
Such
the Kind's as this rend would, not Hpnps excented.to merit filent:: aremark .i Pinkham: and upon the belief that I I contra-distmction to the study of the to Liverpool id ; to N. I qui cherchent dans la lecttjra'c.aqtiaa
I created :'. ;n.taots de lassement, ct de-
rest .tture.
the bill would be lost in that
shape: York ,
contempt ; and. foelinjr that the bare statement dcrez :! Cti1iS.O74. gister. siren. y trouver au moms autant: de plaisir
Faitcs
othe Advocate wa= not such at': oughtto Mr. Mitcliel moved its recommitmenttoa cc fjue vous faire"La destruction
Information is received from St.
que et. qu'en publiant ce 5
be disreputable to o-ir Delegate, we took for amendment riioude au contraire leur donne
select comm ttee this the Steam- journal en &ai. iis, nous Ie pla ons
Stephens morning, by $ sous
notice of it. If Isaac AMJTUis honrt.
an -
formale
no cette order "faitcs te
the motion prevailed, and the present -i que Tom- la protection, de cette portion considerable
informed boat Cotton Plant that the
well-behaved man. a" we are I ,
Ics autrcsfont.V liiust accommodate de nos cancitoyens, dont la lan
law real estate cast of ue
be i is ; we respect him more than we do main requiring beckbe Bank has suspended specie
conceited fool". with whiter kin to be I the Suwanntc.. to bring! at least one our feelings and actiops to whatis the francaise est 1'idiome habituel et dontlesmocurs

, sure, and with comelittle more information j halfof its appraised a'value, was reported fashionable and customary, or with- payments. --for- -present.-Idem. les souls, les usages, et les son ,
-, -r---- :
:
airs, aont irancais.Comme .
toujours
together with just enotl h pence to en}l" druv from 'tis not enough to .
in the hand writing of Mr. society- It is expected that the Rev.11. WILLIS-
nous nous trouvons iatisfatg
them evade that which iidue ; de S
to punishment think and do rifiht an approving conscience TOM, of the Episcopal Church, will perform .
to their crimes T'if' following paragraph Mitchcl, and received his active aid I Divine Service und preach, in the CourtHouse la libert6 dont nousjouissons, et que no- S
from the E.ist Florida! Herald while} undivided support ; the advantagesof IS certainly desirable, but before I un Sunday next at 11 o'clock A. M.I I tre gouvernement nous semble Ie plus

It satUfactorilv; ;) explains the transaction al- this law the western members did I a im.icqu.mti-ti; A : with its I A meeting is requested of all those gentlemen doux que l'on puisse desirer, nous ne

Inrled to. indicts rneritod reproof ono" not wish to avail themselves of, and value! an approving world i is more I in this City and vicinage, who are i f formes nous mclerons pas d'y proposer des r.
of the dabbler in the Hnrida Advocate noug n'arborerons
; of associa- ; les! couleurs A
useful. W. favorable) to the formation an
I
we do not nerfectly understand some of its Mr. Mitchel appeared willing to confine tion, for the purpose of sustaining Protestant : d'aucun parti nous laisserons les elections -
: nllu ;ions. bit doubt not they are und.'rftoorllnd i its operation east of the buwannee. Mr. Editor.The following description worship in Pensacola, to concert measures -I du jfouvernement ge"neral, ainsi q-ie

fri hhim Tor \\hom they are intended. if by that means he could obtain and reflexions on the splendid for that object. The Meeting-to take celles de .PEtat, se faire ausai paisible-

"!<* it lot Ifetpstrt! hIe for men to resort the passage; of the law* ; it was picture of 'Rome in her greatness place in the Court House: Monday next, I. ment que possible et pour miaux nous :
to such little means as the cir- and the 4th of June, at 11 o'clock A. M. ; andit tenir hors de la sphere des coteries, des '
'
peculiarly eastern measure as.I in Baltimore is
now exhibiting is that the Gentlemen of the Navynnd intrigues et des person nalit s, nous n'ad- 5
: of Co). TT7f/c's hoped
cr.mstancc
writing a such I the conductor! of tin _
hope : Ironi the pen of an intelligent young Army will take an active part with the mettrous jauiais aucun crit relative d
Irttor to Isaac Augar, a free man of herald will reap his full proportion i ecntleniiin of lhat Ci'. Citiz.ens in the same. n'import quel candidat ou qucl liomme _

r oor, in answer to a ;petition sent to !. of its adcantages. Thc : "The Eternal Cit)," is represented puolic ; mal nous recevrons toujours
Cot White's, care.: We honor this avec plamr les productions des icmainsqui
Governor did of this law
not approve bv antique edifice, venerable qr- sEfi "
an
: _ I voudront bieu
I fourmr
for the interest and of 01 nous des
feeling :
regard articles
!: i he sent it brick with his the
objections,
and substantial structure, possibly SlllP
tie nature a figurer dans Ie
cadre de
: notre
an humble individual!, and the best lit
and I find
upon examining journals Capital or Forum. The principal teuillc ; teis! ont par exe.mple des mor-
,
wish for those who this
sneer at circumstance that all the members ? the Council
: o figure is seated on the Consular chair ccaux cliotsis de littc'raturs ou de poesie,
; i is, that: tH'c're: half so voted fur its becoming a law, except i in his official dress ; a youth bears his :rfmV l'cmlilyse des OUvrSges noureaux, ]leJ! U-
honest and deserving! as this same ISaac tails des proces les plus cd bres '
Mr. Pinkham. The recorded vote helm and shield ; his short} sword lies qui o cuperont -

1 All (lr, the admixture of whose of ilr.litc1ie1 slew*, whether he jy his side ; a wreath d" oak leaves is Port ot en.aco\a. les irlbunaux ci'evcnemens!' divers p ty.>. ; lanarration .
politJqu* (\iP* -r
r blood would command the kindest -
it would be disadvan- -.-- -
thought any half hidden amongst his close curled anecdotes m -e-ueuse*, I'explicati.ir.; :e
fcrV'irjs of of the tlnbblcvs in they ARRIVED.May .
:, om' tage to the people. hair, und his rich pa'rple hangs carelessly dicouvertea importantes, de pruc .''dsneuveaux
Florida Advocate were not his feelings It i is: believed verv, little discusI shoalder- and 2Gth.-Schr. Polahuntress, dans lea arts, ennn desarti.le: *
-- -- -- -- -- ; --- -- I on one exposes
: callous:; to all sense of honor orof sion took place upon the passage of! his whole person-at his feet Wilkinson, Appalachicola. de spectacle de v..ritir6'i &c. Les cores
sli When such forward ENTERED. pondanccs que nous avuns etabiies!
aux
une. men come the act limiting the jurisdiction of
_i crouches the emblematic wolfin hea-
with their and Venus Teshew Etat Unis, en Angleterre, et en France,
vulgarisms, attempt May 28th.-Brig ,
it
;ftrdo1ar
: magistrates ; appears vy bronze-onhisritrht, rests the ponderous nous fourniront oaos ce genre tout ce qui
to cast! icproaches upon one iiavc with the Key West, with Hay to the master.
to passed general ap Roman laice-on his left the I pourra interesser nos lecteurs.
who sumds! so high in the affections probation of the council, and it is fair standard of the n ubhc, surmounted 1 CLEARED. .- Ce qui precede nous parVit sufSsant
\
3 of ikr people of this Territory as to iufcr that :,lr. Mitchel also thoughtit i by an ea lo perclwd! a wreath. May25th.-Schr. Amelia, Rotch, pour dormer une idfee de ce que dolt etre

;. (01. \\\'Aite, who is not reAdy to say, would be a judicious act, becausehe of leaves encircling upon the significant. New Orleans. In ballast; by Master. LK pAssu-rjMS. Nous terminons done IS
0 shame !" SAILED. notre Prospectus. Notre premier nume-
where
is thy blush called for the and
always ayes which; reminded the con
monogram, ro parailra Ie 5 Mai prochain nous prions
.....: I I"e May 28th. Schr. Polahuntress, ;
-
iflu disapproved: of a measure. the "Se Ie de
\\ the article noes suls of their dependance on public lui accorder quelqa'attention,
T-puhlish following by par-I New Orleans.
: Wilkinson
tcubr ft"IUl.fll, dtho' we confess that"e do not I do not intend to be understood by nate and Ronun people"-several et SI, comme nous l'esperons, nous avon S

*?till Hie (.1 it. The object is stnJed: in the this communication, as disapproving .. statues of Roman Gods and Heroes, Schr. Coaster, Mobile. i'avantage de lui plair, nous nous ttons
last sentence,and appears to (Ije to attach blame the conduct of Mr. Mitchel I simply of Schr, Redoubtable, Foster, :Mobile.To qu'il donoera i cette entreprise un encouragement .
If) Mr. Miitliel, as a Lf'itla.ti\"c! Councillor. are placed aroundand" a pile liharal.NOUJ .
From the knowledge of Mr. Mitchel which we state the facts as they occurred, and bruised and broken armor, the spoilsof the Editor ofihcSouihern Patriot.. pourrions-; -ajouttr a ce qui pr.

lir-iu have: obtained the from hu ao,have juaintanoe, and the agency Mr. Mitchel had in them, the vatiquihing enemies of the empire IMPORTANT TO MARINER cede que lea r&iacteurssont Messrs. ** *

h ;ml of him reputation, we hcli\which that we he will not uniformly be diseaced and leave others to judge for them.. lies before the chief .the ironbound I beg communicate; leave through for the the medium u'ood of of the your public paper mats .comme its pensent qu'ils u'ont pas .

,; at any fair: comments. en his public i selves ; I cannot believe it was wrong lictcrs stand on each side of au interesting to incident which happened qn my I encore acquis dans la republique des
(""tiie. nnd agai'ift those which may be unfair other hence Havana, in the brig lettrcs une renome'e assez tendue pour
1 for him, or any man, to repeal the chair armed with their charac- late voyage troua to
,
'ew perfectly competent to defend himself we I sailed the leurs cor.tribuer
; Katharine, under command. on que noms puisent suc-
thert-tore! eive place to "A Looker on" with one a law, which put a poor man in teristic weapons-some solders wait 4th of March last,ray and on the 1 was in cia d'une entrcprise littdraire, Us pref r. 1
Im.\c Jlatem:\ remark further-we know not why Mr. j.til, who had the misfortune to be un- I around, as if to listen to an address latitude 26. 2, with the wind at W. S. \V. and I ent garder 1'anonyme. I(

o.':'L' Council I wa.;: selected, ate'th(,'frrun ohjrclof I amonjj his the nniinadvcrCjns. Members- able to pay his debts, and probably from the Consul-.-the meridian Sun Bteered moderate N. \V.weather.during the About afternoon 3-4 past, with 5 P.clear Sis Nous ajoutons, pour l'avantage du pub ;

from the florida Adcoidtr. deprive his family of bread for want enlightens, and the rolling Tiber enlivens and the mate went aloft to look to the westward, B- lic en geie"ral, que lea personnes qui i si l

In the East Herald of Feb. I of his labor to procure it, nor do I be- the scene.I I expected to make the land shortly, and to my voueut a 1'instruction,ainsi que les artistes :
.
announced aRock and Breakers qui voudraient Cure conJaitre.leu pro.
he ::
25, the following paragraph lieve it was wrong to save to a fami- the until I remembered astonishment,
appears gazed on picture
I leurs
ahead, and not far: off. went immediatelyon ductions ou donner de la publicite a
under ihtt Editorial hewd ; ly the necessary .articles for their the countenance and sit- the fore topsail i yard, and was confirmed in t1"4V..UX, et les inrenteurs de decouvertes

".ldtal1ages of Lcgi lation." comfort and support. My object is uation of every figure. I left it-but \vhat the mate had bottom related., aud plainly The rock to be wa3 seen as d'une utilit giirale, pourront nons

", The wjiias ad satisfacicndum to show that Mr. Mitchel approved it left not me. The hardy featuresof large whenever as a ship'a it was in the hollow of the sea, with aareaserleuniannonces; nous nous ferons 4

IS abolished in this Terriiorv.--- of the passage. .!... of those acts-, and others the rcoublicans still nresentedthemselve breaker about thirty or forty yarda from it, o>.r un vrai pbusir de le mserer dans notre
The of J -- ----- -- A which there appeared a strong current setting. feuille, sans aucune retribution. :.
a'--p-roperty of all actual ironically spoken as "advantages
pers sleep
to -
my imagination -The color ofthe water was much darker than Tout ce qui est relatif ce journal doit
housekeepers to the amount of one of Legislation," and if any blame attaches closed my eyes, but thoughts were that of the ocean off soundings, and I inferred gtre adress a I'Imprimerie, cht:. )Ia. A. S.

hundred dollars, is exempted from to the council, he ought injustice awake-and led me back to the gal- from my )latitude at meridian, and the course L. BoiHJia, rue de Chartres No. 157.Lc '
I be a-
that made its situation to
ex.'ruiioa and attachment. share of it. and distance prix de la 8Uu .ripl on est de $10 Spar
to a part ery-but how changed was the scene. bout E.by N.forty-five miles from south point
T w injpkments of trade of all rne- A Looker on. The pillars of the onop beautiful temple of Abaco,or what is commonly called the Hole an, payable: a demandc.NouvdleOrleanl 182T. S
chinks Wall the same no doubt porlpd to havebeen le 20 Avril,
and ilu- in the ;
<< hooks of professional remained least enough of themto S
at ww Dot \ "o iiuce by the Captain of the '- S
iEf>n, are also exempt from the same A Jlequett.We would 1 ie&pectfijje request assure me they were the ruins of brie Clio, and published in some of the Ameri- otsNCE S
,
prt&))"*. gentlemen generally, who are-i ;pot- the I had The ivory caq"newspapers.. That so important a fact .
same seen. tic! Pea i -:
Re.il session of any information, which would be should be withheld, as it lays directly in the n small bottles,for sale at
estate cannot be sold under chair of the Consul had ks place occupied make the Hole ill I
to
I interesting to the, public, to give us such track of vessels intending sacola Book 5tll'9 j
execution, short of one|iajf of ib ap- memoranda; as wiU enable us to wptntJirMe- by the rude beach of a hebrew the Wall!, boupd to the Coast of Cuba., and to.1
:raj4 value ..

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& Vor SIc Notice* MAIL ARRANGEEN

ti 1\"E"W YOTWK.Consolidated 'An\\rot\\\ reasonab\r: terms, A ,good Rouse I Jonathan Dearman } Northern Mail ,

t 1 \ Luttery. I BOTANIC'!! 1 o and Lot o'ned by \Vm. Woodward, w. V In Attachment.Efford DUE every Wednesday and ,Sunday .r

t situated the corner of Govern Jones. Jaf 4 o'clock P M. *

Class, No. one for/ 1827L liAR1JE.l'ian.i M ment and nlns Streets in the City { this case Writ Attachment has Departs every Saturday and
New .
Tutid
\ r l; }'jJ; L\'TTI.Ki I )fw BALLOTS N.--t ;-es Long Island, near ofPensatola: and known in the been issued and levied on certain cat. at 8 o'clock A. M.

;I 1 :.. ..+.....,;, ......'A"11 JI.r.11'" .-P-.. York-WILLIAM VKlNCi:, Proprietor.- !|I UicreofM Ko. 247-containing 80 tie of the said defendant, and a suit instituted fi"'lorida'taU
_Ti>e new Catalogues'for I5 7t ot this phii the in the Superior Court for the Wes ,
$24.OGC On
1 Vize; u$2RAi I" and feet front by 1G5 in depth. pre.
i" J.UH1.: establish me nt, are just published, tern District of Florida. Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock.1L
f "hlc" S.CUU :1t paSdbk miseais s ring'
.. ] ItOO) may be obtained grutit, from Messrs. T a good Adam Gordon Departs same day at 2o'cl.ckP.. M
]1) OlIO
1 tu '
sind J. Swords' S9 rear} sHeet, and persons Apply W. Hasell
,e 1 ., 4,0,0) 4,000I ul a distance! who nay desire it, by.iropp.Pg C.c:, Y. Fondaor I Pensacola 6th Dec 1826 Jllty. for Pill Hunt,

1 ISt5 1BG';" a line to the proprietor to thatfiert <1< buries E"ans.i i ( Pod-Uglter.
jO" lVJO 10 cjo them JLmJ nA Pensacola 8th April 18J7.
to
will have it instantly sent
(
.sOU" O.OuO 25th \ 1827-8 tf. I
2t obtained Pensacola! :
also be FOR
trreo: c.' l.I"re., It may The FloridaGTpHE
: :\0." "00 IC 10.000 various ; in section I, .rldVcat
*ron n!( \ agents every
.51 u 1'10.. 5,100 of the Union. This establishment which I -vowI \L \ II 12Just T Subscriber, liar.ng purcb\tt'd: tha
,
lul 50 fa S.10U was commenced about the middle of theast I 41 press and type. belon-ng; irt the

I 15'; 25 It 3f25 and has kept constantly in. ; ON CONS1GNM't1u1 "Florida Intelligencer"
C.'fltUY, propose* to
pub.
15.\0': :1:4": 1 n.360 received and for Sale
j rClsing-\ C-f since, is by far the most ex1 : E Caigoct. tlie Irene Ship Pac- bush paper in the City 0> Talaiusee!
11- .7.5" 6 cc (::8 ;5C;: ,
p 1 truo'ite in the Union ; and, in addition to tole C .pt. Delaluc, from Bordeaux AT TJlBPensacola under the name. of the FLOHUA.\ HVo.

: ;-: : the ;immense acquisitions of former consisting of Bookstore.W. CA TE. The growing prospcrity'ef; the
I 5 Pi izcg, 171,10 above City Tallahassee and the
jrar! the new ( atalog-ue contains C.KS Ckret Wine rich and fer
: .w ..,ie Jck..tl *6 Fnxts, oftvrcd{ : AI' Haseli Hunt. tile country in its vicinity,
3 j ovyO: ittM' vurietire of neer I I oi the most approved uniting all the
Jilih. !O tfl"T l tlio and not in VV advantages and :inducements to
<"o !piUr : possession brands, of tie vintage Pensacota'2'd November 1826 envp r:'.
SO
tlq'krs: 1 $ ..t ai>y other ('sa1)l'Ishnent in Ameri of 1822. tion, which has already flowed in with a
t
: Eighths: 7.1t' ca. The collection now offered to the Old 3VST :azCEIVilD rapid tide, promises to mufce a {paper
: at
Cogniac Brandy
22
(: Order, fcr Tickets in the iiLot' \'(' varieties of Pipes the Capitol of the
; public i is as frl'ow : 172 Apples AND FOR SALS : Territory, interesti '
Claret wit'
; \ .\. c r-p'jiinl; with; t.c (. as! vM ; 202 ot l'< am: ; 76 of Cherries ; 139 580 Boxes !; some very su At the Pevuacola Bookstore hoth to its citizens and gentlemen cf hie;(
(! !h, f't tie: perior.
4 i i1 ,
; Pl':" In, ; u oi 'Itini!' 25 ot Apricots ; 81 of i'euch- do. adjoining States.
80
,
'\ "' 100 of Almonds} prunes and assortment ofQJILLS The Editor himself
\ es } 20 of Nectarines ; ; 40 half ditto do. a complete general pledges to use eve.
-
S r-- I I 114 Quinces 16 of cry exertion in
6
r ot Mulberries ; : 300 B.AskcU; Sweet Oil. procuring intelligence d
'. \ 1 U .A MU), i!! I-'irrs; -. 16 of Currants : 15 of Raspberries ; information calculated to develop! the
"" 80 Boxes Olives, Capew, Anchovici
I 47 of Gooseberries; ; 20 of Strawberries ; tru resources of the countr1.... .'Inl.... .
and._.. Peaches._ -- ---- --S. .u'ar
AY, <)'' t :19 iO- and Filberts n fully to abstain from
Rl'NAV 19 ( t Walnuts, Che nuts, ; those
J} ( hrJe 200 do. Cologne Waters. of them of quality. !: exaggerated
I } I I 10 oi Medlais, reraimmons, and 1'apaws ; some very superior statements, which are so often

r ; ? e.,' .. \\t" ''! Br"..).; Yi-rc!, 15o Harbmles and Whortleberries I 6 do Ant'd.Almonds Cordials.aid Walnuts 25 O-jpWanted a quantity of Geese', Ea. I made, and which have their origin improperly in

_. L .T ]jBO on (.J aboutJv. : 257 of Grapes, compmingthe finest wine 100 Bags Ihs each. gles' and SY/::.n\t Wings. mance, or the credulity of a wan. an \ rOe

t -v I 511 d IdS! 'M.nt h, and table Grapes of Trance Italy Germany : Pensacola. March 1826. dent fancy, and which arc calculated :ur
40 Katthen Water Jari.S'JO to
j |t.1 iHi,.. "lIU1f t w'l. C :il.r! at from Largo: :
11 .i'it: the Crimea, and are priced produce disappontrucnt only.
t I uiii- '. '.1'. t>t jc, of v.1) .jrk ('onptlu' ,- 37 t-nts to 1 'ath-the) are also' offere Empty Demijohns. lrlm A 'tmi His press ivjil be, lit all times

i 1 n. ..!."t :nd "rUI.11)' f(vn ('d his i ;in ortmenti of one dozen each, $B 100 Bag Corks, i Or Flowers of LiteratureWit discussion, and whatever his political, open 'for

Iloi. i i- l.ttrl) fio- :\: rtoI/ I k, Yirj.-i i TI, al:.. for i he first, $6 for the second and $4i \ 100 Hampers Hottlea ings may be, he invites all feel
| k- 'I U of ihp Cottflh1 nci 12 Packages Dry Roods, containing and Sentiment parties to avail"
JM'i It-.j; > for-he third assortment, and thcy will be : themselves of this medium of
il! .' hlll.t ..;, I"' n.Mkc this; p'acr, have 'a cctcd to suit cl'rmate from Maineto Broad Cloths: 'Linens, Handkerchiefs of : cation communi
any different( kinds, CamhTicks! Printed Cot- TOR 1827.
k -. :. J. ::.i : ...diiUHO the intiporol thc The'collection of ornamental
Li.ilnrs asd itt brg'Vf ( torgia. tons, ', iawlsPruni'Ui) 3hoe IjfO\esGolm' Ofiice of EDGAR AGON.
the
'-ntrv In-I n \\ Trees, Shrubsard: Plants] consists of Saturday Ev. Post, ?
i 03 hIS c'.cli\f ry to rr.e at rcnsaco!; 1053' and of Roses 500 most: cites, A'-titicial Flowers, Head Dresses, Pltiladetpl'ia, Dec. 2. 1826. 5 The FLORIDA ADVOCATE will be published .

it ,. t I. .\ itlni tIt ri ui.ty.ot } ,r:1JItbi'i. cn'omlift!' spectcs v..ri.-ti..c inrlnriinur 70 of Clll* (1hl'dlA.s Foolscap and Letter Paper, QTpHE CASKET or fo-wert of JMcraiA. every Saturday, at five dollars per
MII "MC-III\_ ui'iims: w .I" 'lrUII, ,xIMII- ncse monthlv. Hos('!\. rile t (;recn House nlUUulI:!, 3i\kfi, &.p. &c. : hire lIlt! awl Seniitaaut. which has xnuum. payable either in advance or three
-- -- -- -
1 .t>lcexpenses j'flK1. VMIu.'hout the department consists of n.01"tllim 20,000 IN STOKE had, an unprecedented increase ot patrons .ntfl1.i tea me. bitU5I1: ,,iou. .turciiUt-;

Count)'. 1'lantf, and contains all the n ust! LC.1uli. A general I assotment of goods suitable) during the last! six months,wil I,after ments inserted at the same rates.

Th. Lawson ul and known. (for the country. the present vol. ia finished, each number The Advocate will be forwarded to tbe
t.. : interesting -peciea
subscribers of the
_ N. II. ALLEN contain 40 octavo pages, printed well Intelligencer, i1mo are
t. ". JTo. 1Tm ,. ____New York, March 20.12th.
sacrla, :10 h Am Ib2) ?-il-4 J'engacola: 13th Feb. 1827: -5Utf.Tne. : on small handsome type, upon the finest requested to inform the Editor, of inelr
.. N.!11 <':OtlISr.JOH'. OFInE f paper, stitched and covered, and furnished wise to patronise, the same in the event

March, 1827. ; 1-i\o \;OllOU: &. at the low price of Two Dollars and of their silence, they will be con littered

> ( 1 ? ('}'cJ" .' Lire Oak frame Ohd ft'omacwu 1'\mb:I' fifty cents per annum. The Casket IS a subscribers. Ul advertisements= contain..

( To fll' lu'n.l at I4zI' i/d; for S/uj' of the Line, Frigates and I I Citizens o, l'r nsacola arc respect collection from the choicest pieces of the ed in the Intelligencer, will be cominued
the
: ( legal take notice that
c ."/(c/)' of H'ur.flMiK requeued to Saturday: Evening Post, made with a reference unless ordered to the contrarv. E. M.
1 rr/r- v n(fives (f Yiiacio Flares, Comn.i">io
f: t (.'l f r\ sed. A receive p1'f'!)('. LS until the 31st day Oil Sun.iuy 5 ('clock I*. M. i unlrsstthe eiisi in the material of a weekly paper, ASHImGT01'l' C1T2'BYAUTtIuklrr

J flh M)1 I-'f( ::. That I sl-all. on Mir: of July next for flll1 i..hinK Live Oak Mail 1OJld U:; delayed Inter than II and those of a monthly publication, the

J. ihiit'rth day of June not: apply for Timber cut to mouiJs (which thi- will the uud: ; hour of Arrival; in which case former of course enriched with essays, W alm'2a

.J letters 01 *titijrii; tratir'ii on tlievtatc of furnish) fcr .shipH of,the line, frigates and \;!i the Oilice;. will be ceptopen at least one poetry, anecdotes, and those set off by a of

tiLe sid Y c'o J 'lore*, dcc"aedFrancisco 1 sioops; of wir, a-ul the proportion of pro- ,, hou!'. Tlie Mail:! althougH not due un- I recital Af the occurrences of the week. CONGRESS

9 I Uobe. mi*rulls I.\;' '(' Oak, cut to dimenVions, I iii 4 o'clock i' M.: usually! arrives soon The latter can receive' little value froma SECOND CLASS.

1 ri l't',1. 01.t 17t May I3r: ll 6t. that mae requned, say 6000 cubical j t tllvugh the t'peied by 3 o'clock so that mere detail of events, many of which To 6. drawn on Wednesday, the 6lh oj
-
.. -- fort ic.p.Jich hip ol the line. 3000 for each |1 I the Oifice i is uiur.liv open two hours. tvould, cease ty be interesting before they June, 1827.

L -- -- !Inpitr. ;ml UOO for each sloop. The1.. The Post! Muster therefiirc requests, that were recorded. SIXTY DUMBER LOTTKRT.NlXX: DnAwf

S : z. "'CC'TJA: AcA7tY. tinker ur.i :>f cit from Tees grown in :J those: who wish to enquire for !letters oritliHtday Tnt vast quantity: of matter crowded, BALLOTS.

; 'ff" F I" l-v: (".. et.i hll d's! 'nuWI. situations: ..> mere than 25 miles fr m the ;i wii'' St ndol' call before o'clock, by small type and careful arrangement, SCHEME.
dtli'-T-ime at the following building and! that he may La enabled to.close the into the columns of
.. *i th\t J-i'piinarv cf L(':;,"" '.t:: (m- gi-a every number uf the:
Prize .
'atd... Portsmouth, N. IL, Boston, Ollice at that lin.t. 1 -- of-. AlO.finrt.. --.- -- ,I., ( ini 1111'g \
JH1'l"Y: : 1? 7. and who I k4 drfiJ'jj 1'ik ) viz : Saturday Evening Post will in the- .v.vuv

L ))(:riod t'lU* C'lijoycil tlubbcrd' r"ifi; -.:'cvYork, Philadelphia, Washington and( The Post Oilice is open on other days, course of J a 'Dontifurniih t7 the most amplt 3,506 3,505

; I dciir'' of tin- parents rf 1 IM* 'U'I I'.s, i" n' .,onok: Uurirg! the year 1828, 1329 and from breakfast time until dark ; except materials! trnm which tofotm an inter- :10 1,000 10.000

4 tier tnl'1 tlu-ir C".- "-'rncf '.r:''. jrc ,830, say ou or bclore the 1st November from 1 to 3o'clockivnd during the time eting periodical work such as the ask- 20 500 10,000

fation.d to J.-."\p uVi l"Z i" -o'-f ,
: till' i" r "\{':}.ent of h s Ar -'r-mv' ha" t-n l'c=rsor.s offering will be pleased to VV llasell Hunt friends, and such as we intend, it shal': be 51 50 2,550

I t Y.:1J.0. i. N. "'n-'c' fr t'i.. l:qg'ish' lJt'. late particular!} their terms per cubical Notwithstanding the fact, that the Cask 102 20 2.040
I of the frames with' the I Post 11aster.I i 1683 8 IJ,4f.4
l'nrtINt't., foot, for any one : et ia but a collection from the column -

ID.iM'jits v'I J .... r.itrlylly_ ;nr'\r'.- in} 'I' proportion of promiscuous timber rrp'ir-I 1',1. =QtO April 1u:27.: of the Satin-da} Evening Post, we confidently I 111475 4 5S00r
.
t .. in I'M 1"'; glc:'., I'". oh nr.a! LIH!; I.I .-, cd ftKo, (should lUCY! DC disposed to ot- predict, and indeed we are sanctioned -
; fiL'r: History. ( ) I for'for more,) their terms per cubical feet Livres"ff'KANS Fran ais. in the experience we already 13395 Prizw, 102,650
.J'c'graplsv ihrcf frames collectively, (one ot each Tickets at $4 each.In .
ari! t-: -' 'he! Globes.Jr ui le nombre des 11\ l".s.fra.n an nave that its most numerous patrons will
4 r'n s, that i a 74 a 44, and a sloop] ,) with JLarri6i: au rnagazm de hbmire a IJ(- found among the subscribers to our this scheme with nine drawn ha/Iota/!
!" Hi :.'1L'fld .nce- f"om; 8 to 12 !i'. timber in there will} be
""t tne promiscuous designating pensaco'e' II y K les suivants dont laiistc weekly paper. A large number of those Si prizrs with three ->f"tiio
? ill "'ming, iind fion 3 to 5 m the all their for the frame of a drawn number them
caacs : prices -par.t dcsdivotionsdonl who Lake the "Post" :? on ,; 1836 .r.'h! two
d'i I cst: publi :t en coiisquenCe depend upon that
}::iI.
& ; shof| the hue! of a frigate, of a stoop, Pexercice est recommantliUr paper for the news of the week -it is drawn numbers on them; and 11475 with
1 M he tef-.s will be made known on upjjllrati" ,'i for timber. The oilers one drawn number
a promiscuous 13' 95
1T1 I'tglise Romaine aux environs du therefore read with avidity by almost every on, making
fbe made deliverable a* any one, or member the prizes, Those tickets having none of tie!
de P family where i is
it
temps que. received -
i;
N
i.'h Ward
( r >ictfully inform* either, or all of the yards above mentiona drawn numbers on then being blank .
: .J Le paroissien romain $ 62& and this general use frequently ?
injures
t1Jf'
p 'c that.il n rli" \ rd, lie wilt) ghe b--t the teims cubicalfcot dcliv- To determine the fate of the tickets
; per do. dodorc tranche 2 50 its 34,220
sur much
I so almost
appearance as to
1))li '
11) !e C'CLng, 1lri' :ngL I (' ll.S' r. ble M each:, (It.. difference be made !' do. petit do. do. 1 62J I render !t unfit for the file and for binding. the 60 numbers, from 1 to 60 incu!

b) the bidder,) must-: be distinctly 6tatc La scinjtine ..uinte -1 75 I The number too, by this general use, sive.will ue severally placed in a wheel on

: Kculr d* jell..Ylc..le. 11 is to ne understood, that the ComnuV .Manuel l du Chretien 2 50L.V i a-e not unfrequeutlv lost, mutilated or the day of the drawing, and 9 of them be

d .tx ,,. 1', 1 ,. "luicTsvi.l) select such offers, and assign.cacn drawn ; and that ticket having: on it an %
.. .t; 4. '11. '1'1. 3t cVuiire. rrJ. entirely destroyed, and the file thus broke
uitlcr suc.i (portion of the timberquired OUTKE I : combination the 1st, 2d and 3d draw
I .f : The Casket is
) s l-siii-; ) : .ifpuis Jall\ it"' IF.Ye I en.- calculated to prevent I
: :t '-' .d...nt r" ,,'nlP'; a j..i :.. m'I (not less than one entire truiue,) Un 'j r.nde nonjbrc d'ouvrajjes: inBtruc- this inconvenience, and to furnish at avery numbers will be entitled to the pnz- of
. \ I -! d ik'binuusucn; ) ards fur the deliveryis : tifset amus' nts tant fran ais Es- Sl IJOO
la : 'J.f.tICC. de: rienc1e" cr< dnQ, pour I | en qu'en cheap price, all the useful matter ,
.- --I- jtii! t.X rtpnndi't a 'tii alt ntr, f ."'lIl' r.ri'i1 .< they flit juu.-t; e.vpedier.t for the puo- paifiol l et des Itosmni. for which the weekly paperwouU be desirable That having on it the 4th, 5th. arid 6th
.' iic interest"; ali ; : '.ubV',jr qv'; peu' C'TIin'.lc: a Mei ,. I somcriptionpour la I when bound.-In thus giving a

a' .i s; "'t-'I.. i-Mificti: x :N. \\ : rdl'cntei'r -- will at any time, rmurany circuir.stuncebDc des hiTes fran(ais, et ouverte au magazin permanent form, and select association to Those 10 tickets having on them the 5th,

-> urni* Iigt! A '::'. 'is-1 advanced, and tiiai lie 11\: will! he paid tic la hbraric, a ntison de :i:;;1 par raois the choice; pieces of our weekly contributors 6th and 7th ; 5th 6th and 8th ; 5ih. 6th &

-:- !.*."' -. -f.-.'f r.4 x ev ': .',. !l1 bn: ,iiecAt' until un CUd dcuvirj i nt tii'hot-r ; that I pa) able d'avnnce.. .. it is confidently anticipated that 9th ; 5th, 7th and 8th ; 5th 7th & *u ; 5th,
; bund, vuh i w U cr more buflicieiu suietu ", ---- and 8th and 9th ; 6th, 7th and 8ih Cth 7th
I'tancu'--; successful ,
l !>=r et t ; \vithUlr' : new inducements will beheld ;
: I i' r the faili.tul tlisclsarjje ot any con- A1/IiIRICAm' J'A1tMED.. for and 9th ; 6th. Sth and 9Ui ; 7th 8ih and
___1 v ; (ifO .' C 1 "l-MoTf. out the exercise superior talent ,.
L. r-. {': Ct ,-. c..: 'i. i Ii'iit 'rfl !. '>rat', will De ft quired ; :iiut the anuuii.i We wish that every tnena of this and unusual care in our literary department 9h! each 1,000

daj.; .,,' '1", ,.t St r,1 I :I.H .. .11 d! : ; .1:.:'.. (jt such bond vvul be one bird time tiuia- .. jounrd should uidcrst&nd, and that-they ; -in addition to the recoiuaien- Those 20 tickets having an them the

la .oft. <..!. c.M i.'icterrt i : r 'edamunt tlIe l..olltr.\ct.-MurtOHr, \vould Imve the kindness to make it i ci.ition of neatness in the general appearance 2J, 3d and 8th ; 2d 1, 3d and 9th ; 2d, 4tU

; Jits r.4 d finl"'r.', ? ft ci iq that, as adIitwnal-aIId c-.llateral security, known, that to my one whw will procure i -and particular uttention t the ty. I! and 5th ; 2d, 4th and 6th ; 2-1(, 4ih Sc 7th

4 r. ''i : -.. ci'iJ-tio.;,s s' dro si a MrM tcn per centuui of the avails of each car four subscrbers and remit on their pographical execution, it is our intention 2d, 4th and 8th ; 2d, 4th & 9th ; 2d, 5tli

,t J' h", .. .tn. go will 1>c iescv\ed and withheld, until account g20, wi will send a fifth copy of to embellish each number of the Casket & 6th 2d, 5th & 7th ; 2d, 5th & Sth ; 2d,

the contract bhull be full) complied with the American Firmer without charg'cl', Mali three handsome 5th and 9U ; 2d, 6th ..nd 7th! ; 2cJ, 6tlih
ugr&vings
\
\ arl ; ,
I'vorttt Ic public. quM l.. I.p CM-vi {action of the Commissioner* one who \'IrocUt'efivr\ and gih! 2.1. 6th 1 !
r ; any subscribers from the Iimndsofsonie of i *n< : 2d, 7th aotJ
i ii* t thlts 1 h tbe mat tlistm
poiin. ; bar.e: cle Iton -
p1.c.j. t ,':- (!41.' ..._.I1C "i 1I .':.ISl.. and that III all deliveries of timber, a duepiopoitumofthemobt will be allowed to retain 5 on 'his' remitting 'uished artists of the country. ; 3tl ; 2a, 7tu nd 9th ; 21,8th I and 9th ;
difficult parts oJthtiiamcs the remaning i5 20. We also :3-1, 4th and 5tu\ 3d 4th and
s ,colc.) 17A.! ., I.v2/-11-2 beg \\ ilii these claims to patronage, the ; 6th 3d,
: shall he delivered, otherwise, it to repeat, that all lnch is necessary "Casket" will, as has been 4th and 7th ; each! 500

J"f. shall Le at the option of the Commissioners to be done by any lie, wishing to subscribe mentioned oe atlbrJed to those previously who sub- Those 52 oilier tickets which will be

t. ('/) jtlc ;.11111 10 withhold such amount, iti addition is to enclose i five dollar note bv Mcribe for thiit paper exclusively at the fouud to contain turcc of* the tiiiwrt

AT lecture dcs-Llvrcs lu he ten per cent. above mentioned, : mail., iott the risk of aid aihlrcasrtl to ///,' low price of g,50: I uumbers, each, 100
per year, a
J'ranrais
:13 they may judge expedient for the public Editor 'if tilt? 'lineiicufiFtirmcriltaltimtre," which it is sUbscription I Ti.ose CI tickets having two of the
confidently believed I
So' nitiirn.c-; O'ule Ir"prilh. e 'In interest until euch, deficient I is draw
proportion -and whether the noney be received or much lower than tnatibr ( nu-nbcrs! and those tyrO the h* a.>d
other
ITair' '1 do.! la I.i!,raiif, vicnt any publc.itioii .
ue rrceoir uilBcult:
timbers shall be dehvcicd 2d
I each I
: ; not, the paper will be forwarded immediately : of a similar character 50
'. \ ; t-n.' par-ie dcs ton ins iwuveaux and it i i" further to be un cju'il llit
aitPiici rt quM pent satisfaireo all payments \\iLl be made at the places number of the volume | drawn number and
will
be thosfe
: ic'r .J"l.! des guarantied, Saturday Kvenimr-_ Pout1. "Phict' .... ,..t>) two the 3d a'.d
u W t 0 A W b
ont
ptTicnnes jui of delivery.Those the Editor. 4th or the 4th and
smisrl d.* cellfs by will be furnished tor S,00.: 9t::, each 20.u
qui voudront who
t. a ('(of ibonneiDfiit. sousfcr may ofFer to supply any put: The Ameiican Farmer i is published ATKINSON & ALEXANDER( : others, (being 1683 tickets) with
of
this
I. fnrr.it: les :iMli .h.' propres dea sci- timber, are further requested i to weekly! hy J. S. Skiniur, Postmusici- of. Philadelphia.Subscriptions any other two oi" th,' drawn numbers:: on

rnct--. tj'i'I K rep nl petit i ni.n'bre dVx- state particularly) ] their own residence, the Bahimure! printed on fine paper the Silt to the CASKKT receivedatthi I them each &
and
names residence of their sureties
e': ;.':. 1'r* (ula J r- ('a''o't ci t'in Voyage acrien forward letters from such to ordinary newspapers, folded so as to Office. And all those having on them one only

o.i;! h New Yoik 1 par Mi''. JJo.O'Ttson etd thrir willingness to become persons sureties staling, and make 8 pages ; about one half} or four I -NEV ESTABLISHMENT."""" of the drawn numbers (being 11,475

'..' .t' :1H'irt' ;SIM! l''''-rosution. innnids) also to toruurd evidence of the : pages! devoted to practical Agriculture ; : ticket,) dach,

,., :'I ('l persons as to the
I ih1.iri' a 1.!:. Nou\ello Oilcans ; Ir amount frr which they may become Rural anu Domestic Economy seiec-s- C prize cia superior denomination can be

petit \oluwrs: ) m avec a\ ' crs'\ oui III' i'oux dc tnd Natural History and llura Tavern '
\ l flans U Sports.A < Prizes
per.cir'.T directed the Commissioners of the Navy t payable forty days after the
pl.-MjiU' 4\i5ii. nnc. IS CUifl le rCcjt minute index and title jade to the drau and
r and endorsed: with the following mug subject to the usual deduction -
tlV \' i itnci.s trcs iTcsantes lesmtues whole volume i is published, and forwarded of fifteen
worde viz .
uflersto furnish percent.J.JB.YATJ23
: Live
Oak
ANDTRAVELLER'S
with
( the last number of
ttz: < dans un style net each volumeA
ctnfa
under the advertisement of
t 1 3 v ,[c(1 lc tout Iccteur. Le prix estc2r 1827." : 12tli Marcb single number will be sert; toany one. REST. }
I MCJaer-l
ir 75 .. who desire to A. M'LV JTIRE #
r---
may ace a specimen of the ,
I The timber ito I Ipwblicatiun. Subscriber
p.-i. s \_.,. .M.i..n; 10_ 1_Al'1__, ._ be inspected and measured -- rfrntttTHE informs the pub- Tlashin ion Febuarg 28, I!27.
r according to the rules established that he has opened a buuse
; -- --- .. ..... n. Orders left ,.
at the Peniueola. ak-.IttU'.
all '
bv the Board, a copy of which may be To Editors who will give the aboveone .L.; lJl ruonc entertainment, :n the -- --- -.,",

l\\.l\ \\1\e\ng obtained' on application to the Navy A' or two insertions wc thall feel much house fUJ'merlloocupied by Maj. Hall will be duly alien-Jed to.

: &tii. subscriber gent either ul Fensacola, Savannah, indebted, and will gladly reciprocate Iheii for that lurpose, fronting the public -

4. vi Ins'ends< : that respectfully he will Mill continue informs Charleston S. C., Norfolk::, Washington. kindness. square, which he hu fitted up in u con- IN my absence Capt. AJ. Crupper is ftu

t.,01-2': Deeds Itoltimnic, Philadelphia, Nev 'Vork, Bdlto f*. S. The American Fnrmer venient manner for the reception ef travellers thorized to receive and paw receipts;
Hills circulated
of Sales is
Mortgage, -
,'), or Portsmouth, N. H. and other His tuble will always ot any monies due me, also to make CUJ1.
4 ; Vou( rO! rf Attorn.y and other instruments through every State and Territory,
Any bid be with racU for the hire of
not made this supplied the best which the my nejfroas. &c.
& L c,! \\ t'il"J;. in the most approved forms advertisement mconfomity to and is written for iy many of the most
or thia i market can afford, and his bar with C. Willis
Byrd
?Jt be receiv.cd the
may cal ,
en thf "MJ"l l ttuns: aid solicits a continuance ttitlun! the distinguished plact farmers in the bent of
, vi f la-ir favors time herein limited for receiving I I Union. ) liquors. No exertion will bewanting Peqsacola Feb. 28th 13.37-52-tf.
. bids, cannot Le considered. on the part of the proprietor, -.- .
f A\ Haseli Hunt. : 5-t3lsi: to render general satisfaction i -' "i"
JuLy 1827. to those > itiHEEor
Four ': who
t : PrnucoU 7th !)<,. ."2C'. WM. ""YYAft } ()r tL'V who may favor him with their company.His ..J.1ilb to retire frar Gentlemen the bustle of may the

,, .0 ...::a-u, ---:==- JlNFORMb i.is tned, and ,the pub- THE| House ami Lotshuated stales are well calculated for A numberfjDf Town duriug the Summer months, can

: \ lip_gner lly, that he keeps the mt the Public Square, tne.pioptaty i horses-and a good and attentive be accommodated with comfortable board

:J,' :pmrtT: : ifa P ..a.M&a; .'ft HOTBL, of the late Cot Win.! o.itlei.-m atall times beat band. AtUieFerry-houjw, era Deer point ; and

EX'Ilted wiih neatness and : and will uke great pleasure in accommodating Kiu:.-For terms apply to Families, or Gentlemen who may wish h"ve the pnvilege of the ferry-b. at. whco

t those who may faqf hiw with K. U. Nisbet. can be accommodated with private a. coming over with .
I passengers.
dispatch at this office
GEG.
; 1 their autQm, Pejuacola partmenta. FlSHEIt.TallaJwsee. For terms apply. at this efticc.
6th
l'ri11827.- S-
.
d De, 15-ly.c. Penwcoi 15Ui MarQ4 la21 .






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