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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 8, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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IV. (Prilitipia, non heniinu.) NSFRIDAY JtfXK -
8th 1827.
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PI SMl tD 'VLY1iL:1 BY :'pert uf the United State-, or persons from the sum or sums ofrnoney ari.iurr ,, Sec. G. And be it .further enacted I I -

w. HASSLL HtiNT. I I in their service, 1 pas,o in through. the from the sale of the Srjvol I lands; be- That Postmaster t Lsislztive- Proceed Taa ti S.
; no : or assistant ... .... _____ _
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SOLE EbtToft: ATD PKOPHIETOR; : same Prodded, That the j ;ai d! act as aet'iit for 15th Jl'lflrl18 .
Publisher of the Lnifstff th: United States I nal shall be commenced witlsin{ five :SHI2.: And be further cnvcied, lottery ollices or under : colourof / !
any Mr.Vyatt notice that h.
and of tAt Tu..iforl'lIridl.*" years, and completed} in twenty yers, That, if the }proceeds accruing. a'iv gave
2GI3SCRIPT10t-Yt purchase, or otherwise, vend lottery will "sk leave to introduce a bill to
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or the State shall be bound to pay to Township or District (from said fund tickets shall
Half year :3 ; nor any Postmaster exempt a certain amount of
property
the United States the amount of !I II shall be insufficient ;! of
any jesnpjort receive
1 free
rttr 50 of
Qn year I postage, or frank lott )- from execution.On .
ubSrr ki' a r.:va'lf: in ;ailvancr.AM I lands previously sold 1, and that the ti-// Schools therein! it shall be la\.fullor i; ry scheme*, circulars, or tickets. motion of Mr. Mitchel it

f t' <..i*'" ---Kvcry -iiisrrncp.t I IOf tie! to purchasers under the State shall:;) such Legislature: to invest the s! :/me as For a violation of this provision the Resolved That the was
enrolments
h.drtf '.-* co'urn flit com. on -
the
o :
measuring be valid- i is herein: before directed] until the :
cot more than lHc l lacy of this t:pc.f rsljxvrtntu i I person offending shall :suffer a penalty : be authorized; to employ as }
; Sec. :. And be if further ow tfc rl. whole }proceeds: of the fund\ bdon.7Jr.-r : of dollars
one "I lr+ilar, cft'!i 'eedy+ conhnu fifty many clerks as may be for

fU"-' f M'*.' Cfnts :* io2,*.,-!r au1i. ir oas' at j 1 1f I That so soon as the'r'JuW of the said J I to such Townsiiip or District: sii-il! bondf ; Approved 2d31rrli I8i3f.An the dcp atch' of the business necessary of tho* t,

o frame rate. Rule aaa iin J ii5 worn t canal shall be located find agreed on '(iuato to the {permanent; maiutcivmce I' ion. ,,'
I [PCnLlr---N:i. 1 tq se
double prif ** for tin.first:I iuser'i-. At-J! by the said State, it shall be; the duty ; and support uf SchuoU: within :art to increase the rilarof the PotmasteriJmend. Mr. Macon from the
thej
vritiscucttstll be tastefully ii.-i-! :' fj:, V i-uch{ otherperson the w com. on
I ) of the.! Governor thereof, or s.ime.:
'I
according to the nature of thorn! and: willbe }} as have l-ci-n, I A;"pro rOJ 2nd :\I.nd' i 1S27. Be it enacted 6/ the Senate and }iid!iciary.reported} "An act concerning ,
J.i- lured by matter of this site i type.WlJeii 1 orpors-oiis may House of Representatives the V- the conveyance of real) ('state"readand
of :
j : ""rtf at intervals, tlh;:t l<, no in- or shall hereafter L>o, amhorhed: to superintend [I'L'BLIC-SO..] ordered that 3 copies be printed.Mr. .
I nited
An act to ntitlionz*.' : Iat.lJfcl'rt! it1 tract State* of America, in Congress
n.itnl every week, from the first to the the I construction of r-ti-l canal Mitchcl: **
las' ''uiertiou) each insertion will be charged ; I of Land in the state:; *>f UIJo: : tounuonly acmbltcl, That, from the first day reported An act to
and ascertain the
examine
; as anew advertisement.-Amounts for to particular c'.ill-jd Moravian L'lId.lc :: of the }present year, there shall be amend an net to regulate the mode of

advertising payable} always on dcnmnd.O" ; lands to which the said State I it eccted,1 ; the Senate and i iII''asf paid the Postmaster Gen- proceeding on attachment"-read and
i annually, to
( L>b< ial contracts will be made with will he entitled under the provisions of Representatives; nfthc Uni- eral two thousand dollars in additionto 3 copies ordered. ;
I ,
those who wish to advertise by the year. : of this act, and report the same; to the t1'(! States of Amisicn, in () his Mr. Macon introduced "An act for
[ttJ" i'oramanications directed to 1V. ongrp.s5// present .
pay.Approved
Hasell Hunt Post Master. Fcusarola, will .: Secretary of the Treasury of the United I (tiseviblul, That die several lots of 2d March 1SQ7: the transferring certain debts: of tho .

be duty attended to. States.Sec. I 1 ind 1 ;Jyin r in the Sdcm, Jnadenhitt- ..1.. __ several Counties to the Tcrritof1illTn'asurY"l'earl

-- 3. And It further enacted, j I len, and- Shoenbnn tracts of l.md l, LAWS or rLOnmA. and three copies; or

Laws o/" the United States. That the said Sttte, under liu- authority i which! iiave been vtiu d at more than dered.

I 0 .. of the Legislature) l thereof, after j one "J tHHiYlIccnt... per I An act to t'cpc'allln act eutitle} ";:11 act to Tiie following Bills were pns ed ; ,
I aim-Mi! I't act uceniing lilUitatious of
the selection ail ill have IKCso; m-!de! I : .
acjinay: ; ; be ofT'jnfi. at {public =s:alt, at action:: and fur other ;SMI poses.. "To anti .-rze the ifpprchrndi'tutivcs l 'u i. I i

shall have: power to sell and convey I sucli'me as the} Fr ,idem of .he I) I'ni-'I Jk it iactcdby the Governor and nOt: justice: in \rn.11 cta'--- '

tom' the whole, or any part of tiff!! sairi : f ..; ... .. th:r.k exm".ILMt "( ; ; lien Mechanics; .
I -:unuy; ; : andsui.s l.crr'fff.-ri'rrf Comicil oftc territoryof livinga:: ('s iii dtain :;
land) and to 'Jive a title iu ,irositir i .It.! ', j ... ; f
1 Ian'1"jf cases' 'I' \J
0 I
; j.ir isa1'c: : the lniAH Porlda, Th.it the act, entitled"an 1 v: : :: ;*: ;t r

, : therefor, to whomsoever sri' ;11 ; .-urEitse, i i kd ')UIh;. I : act to amend an art concernv.j: JT'iIitetheMTitiaFur' : f-lie! r..ict: il i

the whole or any p"lrt thereof.Aipi'ued'Jd : icvcd2nd March 1827. I the limitation; of actions" .ssCJ Dt'- I ..I(Ensebio DOlUjn; ?u '/."__h'\o' cum .iPe
'. p- I "
March: J!; ;
1 1 ] [Te.ii.ic-No. 1t.1n ] cemberSth 1825, he and the same i is lie iv.me of Mriry .i\l : 'n..to Mary
[PVHl.lC'-\"J.: l n.JAn i i "
act .iirjciul.v -fr.'juict: Crosby. -"Topreveni In ?:mj f:om
., t rt- ulatinb the hereby repealed.;
act to ant.'ioiize t' 'rfsidt-nt! of the U- I
!I'I*! Ouiff I D. p.rir;.-nt.Tie Sere ttc enacted That :'o .;u.ngat large through ;HTvrri-
BY AUTHORITY. nited States lu asrer'.iin and the .Northern Boundary of the State of it t zrlft.;:d, bf the Sinatc and the first and second sections of th! ;: ton."
P'nLtc-N" 38.
;
An act toauihori/c[ the importation] of Bran- Indiana. i'! II ov:sr (fit Rv)): ??('n!::L'CS tr f tilt L'nitd act: entitled "an act to alter and amend U:1 motion of Mr. Do:: tit:, i?:- ,

dy, in cis'.vs: < of a capacity nut loss J thai' lie it enacted, by the Senate and \ .';t.ifis
Cneen! gallons, and the csi.c.ilatioi oft the House of Reprise Ataiivcs o.fthe Um- I asscjjiblid, 'I11it} 1 : the Postmaster try and dtMamer," passed December Mlle.l} "An: art t for :!i- ;>=-.';.. ,,!i..Ioi; of

duiien.Be same for. the bent fit ot a. draw back of tini! I i ted Fiatcs uf America, in Congressasfcjtibicd i i Gener-.l! !i-e iuttiiorized! to allow to thePoviiuisicrs 1st 1 8J5; be, and the same; are, here The lI.: 'I. (a''hE f pnn-e.I 1, in,* the use

'i licit the Surveyor deue.ral << .:t the several distribiKuvj; : : I of tin' rc'spectivu oiiers: as j on as
enacted and : n pt"abd.
it the Senate y
by
under the direction of the President :- olljces! a commission\ not to exceed am same shall be provid by the
I Sec. 3. Be it farther c/lad :!, That e .
; Jlonsc of Representatives of tie L- M
I of the Tinted States h ad lus '., I'
i\
; : : : per cent. on the amount of Lxecutive.On t
pos- ;
much of tlie entitled! act
nit States of America in Congress so act, !li
astmbled i That from,and after the ; hereby, authorized and r q'liI"t.d! io' tigoot ll J.'itefs and r/irkfiK! received cono''fiiincr: the lib;-,)\ t'nH made< ( : motion of Mr. Piuklr! Ordered -

-Cause to be surveyed, m irked, and deMUnated : for clisujb'nion. The allow nice: tocoiiimiiice lands e'.i: Dijcrrnher tlltt'\n act :to determine tle s
of this on public :
act hrandy boinijjorn' ji.o
; 'jt' J
p may I ; the northern bound iry line on the third of \irch, I f:-es 01! the sj.-.Tdl; 1 oilicers in th sTer-
16th lti'21! 'c1th"! rL! lt and
i :ino the United States in as suhj : ,. I.
:
.. of the State of Indiana: as divides said I ,c-iihn' hundred and! twenty-five : interest of -viid : execution ; rit-r\," be lat; i'i! hl; t ,'q". t.lt 1st
c'iila \ kthrn fifteen impwU:1'J
l
; : p.-'iy: not State from the Territory" Michijr-'n! I I.J'r(),'ided, Th.it if'the number of for the 1l1l'llt of dejs! be, March I next. TvesJay, Jan. 16. +

the L'u:! UN ,ny thing; in any bw Pro-to apt ienaMy to the*. hoiindaiy; as ct t t- I :Trails received at, and desp trchod and ilie same Ij i is: ,\ hereby reje, :!ied.Sur. I t ":tu act to establish: :!hl' f.-h. .if pi-

contrary noiu-ijh&tanding : blishc-d]! { 1 I by put' act entitled! "an act toenable i :from, any such office, is hot incre-.-d 4. lie itfurthtr tnucted, That .. lotnge for the river St. JolviV p issed '+
ttituhOu'cl'cr That dl the
; of law nut inconsistent provijioiu ; d;.' people of the Indiana Territory I by the distributing system, then no ill laws which authorize a caf/ias acttati.i -Yeas, President ((5' die), BarI -

existing ; r to form* a constitution and State ;allowance: shall be m.ule therefor, v\- faciendum to be is.uiil aguinst I .;r, B 'itt, Dell, Macon, McKennon,
:
with! this : the .
: act relating to ; -
importati'jn ( .'ud for the admission of
lOvermnent, I ccpt where special provision j is nrtdi-. pinkluni Spei'jht and \Vyatt y '
; of foreign be } tHC body or !bi i!es of the debtor cr I ;-
spirits, compliedv surh State into :the Union 0:1: an equal Sec. 2. And be it further enacted : Xfics, Alba Doggeit Mitchel and 1
And That debturs, :sh-tll be, and the SUIMO are ,
: : provided: further '
foot.ng wit 1 the original States, approved That the Postnr-isier; ; Genoral be au- her-.IIY repealed.PiuseJ \tl\VoodrufI 4
all in casks of
brandy imported a capacity -
April' the nineteenth, one 1 thorized to allow u> e,ch Postmaster, January 10th 127. On motion of Mr. r in!.ham, "An
less than shallbo .
ninety gallons, thousand: eiL'ht bun iretl and sixteen ; j. <[)iie cent f for CVel I" Itfiter received !II. 0. STONE: acl-to establish a B ink at the City 1I

(posited, at the expense and risk and to cause to lu made:: ::1 plat or pl-u j fro.n any ship or v;"-->el, and mailed President of'he Le,',;a.ivb Couucil.GEOUGK I ofTd}.thassce" was laid on the ta-
of he in such other E. Ti.NtJLK: Clerk.
i importer, public or of the :said nortiiern f L1 iary of the I by him : Provided, hK usual: coramis- ApruvedJaltu I."Y IStb, Ifi27.y. I }Me 'till March IlC'Xt.-Yeas, Alba,
Warehouses shall be l
us designated; by State, {particularly: noting the place I s olltoet her with, the allowance 1 aforfcsnid \ >r. p. Di'VAL, Uritt, Dell, M'icon, McKennon

the Collector l or Surveyor, for the} wl! :.-!-ct'? boundary: line; inieisects or : slnll r not exceed tale sum of two Goveruor of the Territory of Florida.: I Pinkham: anJ Speight, 7. Noes, w
*. wh.'' the shall be ]hll' ..
:..
: :.e same ,
:
pt" !, touches t the nnrgill of Lnke Michigan, hundred dollars a year: ; and the let- An act to niter and change the name of t President, Do Mt, Mitchel, Woodruff E
and ;fiallb( 1 e1::.)ved therefrom in the
and return the same, when mailf; to'i' 1 t'T-ranu's Pinployed at Post offices, Mary Morgan to M'uy Croaoy. I Wyatt, and Darker (>. A

manner presc'.iocd by an act entitled Congress : Provided, Tiiat the wlioh- ,'>hall he autlio-j/'d to receive, for Be it enacted, by the Governor and I ?>Pjnkh.im; l from the com. to
au del providing. : for the deposit of Council of the Territory
expense of xurveynz .illu inarkinu said I IhOUlh.1.a'v each: ir\vsp.qM'j: I Iitu delivered by them, Legislative : whom was n furred! the commimicA- L,
vines and (iistdled. spirits in public! i line I h.dl1Iot exceed five of.f'loJrida, That from and after the I
: ., half ctn. .'11 I no more. thin of iiis CK. W. P. Duval, (publish-

warehouses, and for other }purposes.1" dol'r: rs for every mile that hall be ;actually See. 3: And be it further enacted, passage of this the name of diary i''eJ i iil our !.3) mule: the following re-
Se-. 2. And be it enacted .
further Morgan be altered and changed to
:lIrYl'j' and nr.uked: which ,
That no -sun other than the Post- p. :
,
I Ie
That brandy imported in casks of a shall be paid out of the moneys :ip- muster General, 01 his authorized a- the name oflan' Crosby, and tli-n, 1 i *;it appears, tint, under the 1:1rof: ,tt.
capacity not l leis than fifteen Callous, }hereafter she be called and known by :
propriated for defraym":! the e.\j jcu-C' 1 Centsiidl/ set up l any foot or horse Congress authori/'ng three, q.l truer 1

may be ('xportctI1or the benefit of a of surve'in t: 1 jiuhl}:r lands.Appiovcd : \, > a t, fur the conveyance: of letters andptt the snme. sections to be ken up for the tht' if w 43 ,
drawback of the duties 1627.:
which shall 15th,
Passed, January
'ud Mi'.M'li. li:. t. : ... Post road which the Territory, that a selection of lii:::'n
-iron ,
( > any January IS, 1827.
have been thereon and the -\ppro\cd.
paid
exporter -
; [|l'L'}!:.1 c-.No.-41.] !I':, or 11,.:', !tji% established as such by I was niadf! .;u'] notice ji'Vi_ n thereof,

ur exporters of brandy, so im- An acf .laIJ/i./ >ilJlI) ; a J'oit ol(Drlivrrv.: aiiliiTou.iol I! iw ; ;;pal l every person who shall of-: An act to exempt certain persons from I to the ( ii-iierd} 1.1 l11'J Olli'c, .i:: 1 .. :>
(trte(1, shall he entitled to reciv -i M.n Mifn-l.l. in tin1! If-" ..;! ul! paying toll at the ferries and bridge of of ihuMn bn isuei
1 I u-'jd!( huiv'.n: shall; l incur a penally l oi I I proved 1)y nIt p fCMt i
debenture J\Uio'Hii; and! i'.t of Of:1\: '" .
or debentures, for the amount ; u .> t' this T':I ritory.Be
Jl'iinrht-rk; 1. rut eiecedin; nf doll.tn" for each fbi it, as a law cf ( ": :!.lJ>sis
of such thawbark, Lini.Urg, jn the I/isirict: utVuik. y it 'enacted, bii te Governor and I
agrpcJLlyto ;
>;(-.*- :I..t/: r iwt so ciu'ried..St"1. : necessary. to give tiu.r; rl-: ,:iunV.
j or !j-'H the C3Before .
Council 1rritori1i''lori.la
the laws ;. latit of .
.
existing ; and all acts now I /,' it cn'-su-d by tit ..". .1.1 Leg j I the 1 C... *.. >. tlC
e : /Iutr {( \ ;: -J. Ana be it further enacted, I meeting r { :
I. That the1.r of saidTerritory : .
in force the of [ a -
oft
regulating I. .
exportation Utilise nj"Hrn'CfrniutiC'-! ,Ii / .- :-I, That tlj'1! C'cuiiiiiis-jloiitrs ofthe Navyi' 1 1.I jni appointed f I ..":'J. ;; '-;;-
' when : troini to ortiuitiinrti'Om
; actually
and the
spirits, allowance and payment ltd fulfill' .jl' j'icn in C', l hp; of i.iiiii for Gt-ii. E. i .*-
cf_ : )/:\}:'TASassjii'dcd II i, >:irdh!, I A of drawbacks muster 01
and debentures, '1 1 IIM ill!' Town ,If 1 M 1': 11fitld : '"". JCImelf inspectors! Geuo- i : \ } ri!> edhere, and n>:i'),- eot t'JJ
shall he deemed : y service be and tin :ant her-by,
applicable) to brandy y
in *n r District ofPlymoutii I ':ml! '-"';, ( 1 .'.ierm-i-cr: ; Gt'iieral, P aynla';- of Township I in which O..t \." the q' :JI -
the importation of which i is permitted ('x(; )tcd from }paying: toll at any
Rhme'ieck nriini! in the Distort. ml sections I 'Fit.'t' ( ,-"*-
: !::, o ; ii t-!ner.ihy!!, ]! Secretary of the Suutt in dais .er lay. :
this the ferries bridges Territory.Sec. .
by act. ,
t :New-York, shail each be 1'Ul.t j tai ui ; <-, ( !. :-k of the House of R;'precIli : 2. And he'-further tnuctcd; //l'l nor, C,)!l. Walton, ax (:': : .n" o

- Sec. 3. And "'t: it farther enacted, : livcrv. :: -'.;, iiiJ the Superiuteudant of the I'reachers of the! ;Pent and without (iio n.lr.. vu,

Tlut thi h.dl continue in f : i M 1 27. Th.it Cler'jynu-n! and i iLl rl .. ..... '
act > all Ill liki'wiirt
for ;bc iAjTotJi' ,1 of three j"l\.lrs., and no [i'rl.Ic-N( .". 4Vn '\] .ind! to receive letters and packets bvposi I tit G'osp'-l: toil the; iid exempted ferries quarter section in: tint T"\vri-Iu: il, :.,1 .
lUjlc :1I.t am..o/1/ : the I.L huturc of the} from p:tying at > : the
cr. to free of and th..t oilier he immediately: designated quarter -
1htrt.u.t" : i.t, laud, 11'rt"tI- ) postage, t no 'toil) bridges", and that any keeper of a
} Mart }:. l'C7.: 'i4lt"' .1 ; 10 : fJ : section which; the Governor -
hire appropriated lor the uc of Saouls; persons o.- officers, exce;' ii\r I Uio.-o t:- lerry or briugo who sh dl refuse to upon ,

fiv-ti t- -:co. Sn.) 'In tint Matt; *. ii'mieratcd herein, an.i j i iu the act to without hindrance: tiepersons hnd made some improvements, to 1

.\ act to cru.ii.:i Tv'.tm tjuantity! of laud Bcittntitttd b 1tltf agnate and "r dure into oue the several acts es- pass over, of or of supply its place. The Jude of tho
said ,
ij li'.: ;r':iU{ : of I.i :iiauia, for the purpose rt''H'/'atlrl;' Uniif Of- description any Superior Court of the Middle District -
House Ii1! :r ) oflhf tablishingind} n ul.iting the Post them shall be fined in a sum not exceeding .
efiittiag: sail .1 Canai, b ,
intuiig; decided tint the Gov-
has
coniu-ct tlit-! waters of the \\ alpaca liver I r! States of A.nc.rica: in Congress lilc: )(:I plimeat: : ," {passed on the thirdtucil five dollars, to be recovered I acting t

wiihthoM' of I.akcEiic. \te assembled, That the Legislature i of :\ eighteen hunired and twenty- before the magistrate next adjoining. ernor had no right to make a second (

}; it enacted, by the Ftnate and I the State of Alabama; sh ill be, and is' live, shaH be authorized to frank or to the ferry or bridge at which such refusal selection, and this committee agree

lame nf {('])!c.ntiilices of the L- hereby, authorized to sell, and! convey, receive letters through the mail free or hindrance may take place ; with him in opinion, that the Territory -

mfcd: Slut::f /; .Imt rica, in Congress in fee simple, njl or any part of the of }postage.; and one half of such fine shall bo applied had! neither a legal or equitable

atsernblcd, Tiiat;; there: be, and lierev -I,: lands heretofore reserved and appro- Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, to the use of the c.nmty iu..!I.claim; upon this quarter section of 1 I

: is, granted; to the State of ludiaivi, j i I priatc-i! by Con! 'ess for the use of That cue or more pieces of [paper, which such magistrate shall have jurisdiction land.This J t

for the purpose of aiding the s.i l .i Schools within said Slate, and to invest mailed as a letter, and weighing one and the other half: to the : piece of land however is very t

Sidle in opening a canal to unite, at the money arising from ihe sale thereof ounceshall be charged with quadruple the same. advantageously! situated, and when

navi+ ;,blc pojn-ibc; wa'crs "f the \Vab. in enl*(* productive fund, the pro- po-r:; :!:( and at the same rate, person Passed prosecuting January 16. 1827. laid off into lots would sell to conside- I:

.'ih! diver: with those of Lake; ICrif, a r..'i-jM>r\.11: .:1i shall: helorevei 1 (m, ,:llie'!, should the weight be greater : and Approved, January 18, 1: 27. ruble profit, the improvements erected -

cal.-.nity of i.md equal :Jo (uio-hilfoS I 'mdvrtiii; ii;:.Action:I ofs-iid: Let;'...l.i uv, i quadruple; postage! shall be chargeu by the Governor durable, and I
the of .
appointment cer-
An to renovate ..
act
t fiVr- S 'coons in width, on ea(:!h side i of t f lr the us. tiiid Mi.pon;: of Scncn: j: 01: all packets containing fjur pieces tain officers in this Territory would be found Very convenient at tr

ultl! canal, and rf-tM-viiiJJ C'ch alternate : within: the several l'wfl hp.: ; all D s- | of paper.: Every printed pamphletor Be it enacted, by the (;Hl'a'or anJ this time for public purposes. If

section to the Umied States, to tricts uf ('oul11n' fur which they wen : magizine: which contains more Legislative Cov.icil of the Territory Congress! therefore would pay for tJitj!

be selected by time: commissioner of originally reserveand! set apart and then twenty four pages on a royal of Florida, 1 h.tt on the first ption- ;Improvements and the purchase mo-

til1: Land office under the direction of for no oilier use or purpose} whatsoever sheet, or any sheet of JHSS dimensions, day of February one thousand eijiht j nev: it would only give to tin Terriiorv '

the President of the United States, : Provided, said Ihiid, or any pat shall be charged by the sheet, & small hundred and twenty seven, the cc.m- the same quaniity of land: whichthey

from one end thereof to the other ; thereof, shall in no case bo" sold with pamphlets printed on a half or quarter mission of judges, clerks and sheriffs have intended( as a donation, for '

Qnd the aid lands shall be sub'cctJcct to out the consent of tilt'\ inhabitants: of sheet of oval, or less sizeshall, be charged of the county courts, and of the the purpose of finishing the pullicbuildiugs

the disposal of the Legislature of! said I such Township or District, to be obtained with half the amount of postage justices of the peace, coroners, and and the entire advantage

State: for the purpose aforesaid and : in such manner as the Legislature charged on a full sheet ; and there public notaries shall cease and be : of which h 'is been lost, by the unadvised '

110 other ; Provided, That the said of said State shall; by law direct ; shall be printed or written: on cne of void, and! that the duties of the sove- i alter .ion 'made by the Secretary -

eatvU l, when completed, shall be, and anti Provided also, that in the apportionment the outer pages of all pamphlets and rnl persons who shall be appointed to : of the Tl'--:t0'Y.' Your committee -

forever remain, a public highway for( of the proceeds of said fund: magazines to be sent by mall, the till the said oliices shall commence believe the proposition: not only

the use of the Government of the Unit each Township: alit{ District aforesaid: number of sheets they contain ; and jf on the said first Monday of February reasonable but generous, and i
States free entitled such thereof such number shall be stated Y land is at I toast worth t five dollars per pI
fiom any toll, or shall be to part not truly 18-27. (

ether charge, \vhatuvcr for any pro- and no more, us shall have accrued double postage dull be charged.: : 1 pa:=si, Jamu

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and continued A Meeting accordingly fotfi platE,& t be believe ttiaf he It ttjUilc Jto
ki so. A
preflr fifW
her cbee} and imichi1 oth hi'error,
so > began
lips
the
dollar and a quarter ; %improvements upon : ; | following ItI'e the proceedings thereat. proportion of it! We b lr
and pe ; Stone
( made upon it arc not ex- L I ethereal gracefulness in her ferni ; so These occasioned loud, and long, j At a meeting of the Citizens of Fen sacola, get'out of his con.clenth>u" mood wttl nor-*:

ir.ivag.inr: .ilthough rlundilo ; and if i many attractions round here :that it violent collisions; a fearful example) held at the Court House, in pursuance of thU article meet biaele, as we ;.take before this

t Congress should view I the appropriaja I catioufaor < ms to me a beholding intelligence: was thin sot before their children, notice by*the Marshal of this District, on the opportunity of reminding of a certaia .
disobedient violent fcpassionate. 6th June 1827-his honor the Mayor wa> note sent to the Editor of this '
<
the bend a I who; p per'lan.
above "
ad-li-jfrr j i t court tfimoutentto 1
tionnl evide'i e of that: liberal and !PIl- contemplate and consider, And though for !many appointed Secretary Whereupon the following him to act "conscien trouilj"!; and request -
uniformly before he flow to the eternal throne, Ion* toe impending bob of ruin preamble arid resolutions were to its with re*
crous s I)i-ir,wuich they have ? years unanimously card contents! if the gentleman "

accorded: to ns. The committee to'enter a crime ;.iir.iinst_ her youthful was stayed just above their heads, at adopted. has forgotten it, aud will apply to us, we *.
k I "Whereas this meeting has been informedby will jog his on the ,
ili.it lost
therefor offer the following resolution whisperer, in the moment he last it:sped. memory subject -
the Marshal, that he has committed to
Mr.
died lingering and awful Stone has called on us "to
the recollection of his Creator gazing Henry a publish
William free of color t
: prison, Frye, a man the name of the writer
to
: of her. 1 i j'tI! !1"ek througha death. His citato was found to be stands r point out the '
u tts//-ff/, Tint, in the opni'cn: upon ; : I who charged with an attempt to I calumniator'1 &c. To this it is
only
tho Legislative Council, tin l pjrclwseoi : mist of years, Inn 1 si-e no object : insolvent; 'his children grew up in murder his wife-and the Marshal further : sary for us to say that Mr S. has. ate
been
1t he section ot ;.tuts renl- beyond it more distinctly than MaryConway. ruin, and Mary, the once 'beautiful, states, that the said Frye, must be sustatttv d I furnished with the name of our correspond.ni .:
; quarter in prison, until the first Monday of D1r..
endedher by the
gentleman himselfwho
Mary
Conway is
entered l Governor 1 Duv'd l, and enchanting and be Is tlway a '
ly Jy next, fed out o f his own private fun i **dy to answer for what he
which} 'h" oilers" to dispose of, would be She manned errly in 'youth, and.ulvantageonsly life in .poverty and ',obscurity.Thusfatai (there being n<> money in the Treasury tosupport d. ei the congratulate ourselves write, -In.,' .

I highly advantageous ioiliis Territory, anllwppiij: ; in. age in its direct and natural 1 offenders in Jail) let loose upon -he whir} have given ttl information, to thatthoip lay bel '

and l tint tic Dcle-.,tc in Congress I It lu: and fortune her 1 partner: was entirely consequences, was an error, a single! community therefore or perish of hunger in prisc-i-. for ',.the public, are of so repett ofe a;

requ .Ct'' to lay the suhject before suitable for her ; their minds, too, error, the offspringrather} of accident "Ifc it resolved, That application chat acti't,..that we always fcrffrom' JeCUnl ':

were similar; above the ordinary cast, than intention. -leave the moral for proper any danger of propagating faLeb+.
that i.od.at. as earlY a period as po s- he made to the Board of Aldermen of the by publishing what .

: t| siblo, and if in his power procure the linoly moulded, full of sensibility, others to trace out and apply. City Pensacola, t8 furnish the means of j Maj, Stone, therefore,they has the vouch name for.of, J.t "

t !I passajif of an act making an appropriation { delicacy and spirit. And the morning --, -- -, -- ,--, supporting the said Frye in prison, as well i i writer of the fetter he commented' on,the fie
of matrimonial life as all others who may violate the laws, on.they :. can judge for himself "what
t for that purpose, and ap- heir wore every w' m Q 7 credis ought to
til can be brought to trial-or until I |be givetr to his
&;nth commissioners to value the presajje of a lon!., delightful, and quiet provision-eau be made bylaw for their sup 1 to think that werlioiw.W the are inclined -
f r Pensacola Ga ette. Major'scredit
for the
If'it seemed to i is
bright
im;.ro\einents nadt'th'coit. day ui"Joc. port. such, that the Public generally w have
.j Which port w.%s received, and lhRpiolution <' others! it seemed{ doubly so to them ; To Amanda. Resolved, further, That David C. Pink- doubt on the subject, when they see ocr'

I was un'initnuusry adopwJ.t (, lint, lost i in the plcmitudc of their Our days happiness are flown, ham and James G. Drake Esqrs. be appointed I i whom our friend is contradicted. by
Our Min of pleasure set ; si Committee to carry into effect I Perhaps Lack
t "An .n fPHbtll:: ;: : the lr al n f I j I happiness, they l forgot it had ever Night comes iiiclomls and darkness on-- the above resoluti-,ns." himself may Major point out the Mcl.xcsh c > gr"1 C!

the richt of prop('rt y" passed.'i: C'is, ( entered: their m'nuis how muchcarc :The past we must forget. JOHN JKMRISON, Chairman. \by Informing- who was the author Unuiatar"
art A
,,! Alha, B;1 ricer, INIacon, Mitchel, Pink :: and caution, what watchfulness) ED. L. DRAKE, Secretary. I propagator of the numerous, fuse reports
ham Uo'jdrufT, Dog rsett, and Dell, j I and f'h-bearnnce) ; what kindness and On Lethe's bpiiks why linger then, On application being made to the lion. circulated in his county, against CoT. White
With looks iaclinrd Board of Aldermen, conformity with the j
the away ; I |(an imperfect list of which we have
rudencc
'9"S. President, Britt, Speight-I 1) ,were necessary to secure A hasty draught cannot: crt'e, above Resolutions, they refused to furnish i service of the Major.) Or by .' at the?

and t q" '\'.ltI, 4. i peace and tranquility they now (enjoy The tablets of the mind. auy means for supporting Territorial priijsuiters i the name of the tsriter"of the pieces"puhlishin'

The following acts passed Pre ed. Love does not burn alwayswith -conceiving that they had burthens I Floridian and Jaeksonian anti published signcti 1

; scribing the mode of criminal proceedings the biightne-js of its first }light ; Wien Thetis plurgcd her warrior son, fIn uou .h of their own to bear, without saddling the Florida Advocate ; wh ch? it was viid ja
f fIt
ff ""M-ikinsr further provis-' but it often gr.-ows more deep,-sincere, Stye's mystic wa\p- themselves with those of the Territory were written in Jackson Co umy,.and.which.
and the
C7 Too partially thc ct'd was done, ; prisoner ag consequently contained too falsehoods
,, ions fur thc County Court for the and unchanging, as time rolls away. Achilles' life to sate. .' let loose upon the community." lieve, that their many author will avow fur himself unto be.

, Comitv of Monroe."-"To amend an The I feelings remain as tender and Oa lefercnce to our files we discover i readily as did our correspondent.Did &a

,i act toprovidcibrtheelortionofa Delegate susceptible, after the shield that protected Let us keep in the sullen stream. that on the 10th of August 1824 (nearly not Maj. Stone hear the author of
Determined cut aside, three years ago) the same difficulty occurred -
(' "To fix the site them from unkind wordor the above mentioned pcices
every
to 'onjrress"- opeafy d
i is it uoun-
And leave th' impre'sions of the past. ; not strange that it is not remedied/
oft Court Hiiuso and other buildingsfor act has been biokon In Lethe's &loo ny At the last mentioned dste there were three ced in Jackson County, immediately after

J:1ck -e'ounry.--uTo C"Xmptceri .'lie business IP which they were tide.'V.. prisciiers in custody of the Marshal ; one day their of appearance dectioDj as and particularly wilful O:, the-
and i lit& a charge of )Murder.' another of assault guilty misrepresentation -.
in persons from pjyinur loll. at the engaged was a pios crmia one ; __' .,1"_ _: 1
ferries and bridges t' ihU r I,t",l1lOry." Henry was a: man of! 1 I',r'-ill;S., industrious and battery and stabbing" and a third Has
-, ,.j 1i :1 0 J of" assault er.t'i battery and swindling" of not Major Stone himself confessed
1 "'To'or o Charlotte Cour'ei"; ; atttMiuve(', fo in'eliigvn1. Every I 1----- ___) lht.se the tv.:u latter were discharged by the that many falsehoods had been' circulated,

,, Yeas, Alba, Bnrker, Del!, M run, one who} I pv)1't ti: ,',i prophesied i : F1UPAl". JUNE- _B-. h. )S 7. Marshal ; who, on being publicly asked for by the friends of Cot. Cadsden to the prt,
McKrnnon, PinUi.un! andVy ti, tint they \\ 0t11.1! :,peeJiy; realize a '- -- -------- -- -- the! reason, answered We ),\: no treaxu' judice of Col. White 1 And has he not heard
1 J e'i.te SGVJ pcur.. y. not one cent has ever been collected on.urount the charge of lying reitteratcd again and again .
7 ; \oes, }Prcsidem, IJrin, Domett t, splendid indepeiulv-nco.! They qere -'.- w 1. of the 1(-rr;tury from any quarter. iu Jackson CO tty, without being de*
IMitchel Sppidn-ind Wo-idrtiir G. the pride of tht villngo.! But how: nicd by the friends of the former?
r .e l"I fur Ch1t n;: 1 ne cily alternative left me is, either to ,
small matter somvtii; >vs ;ti cs an unexpected If Major Stone did neither invent
Jan. a
: Wednesday, 17A.PmklKnn ,,; CaHWl>ATK3. kuppoit the piisoners, which I am not ableto propagate
M". pn-sentrd .die direction in the fortunes of do, or to tin n them out, or confine them or circulate-any ofthe very many

11 'tionCity t.l !:. .Coinpinv N., 2. of peti-! flIP) kingdoms, cities: ;ai.u individuals! It .rOSEPX M. WDITII, without food, to pzrish inpriscn. Humanity falsehoods and slanders, which went tho
rounds of Jackson
,1.MI1B GA.DSDEN..Hr3ULT is
dictate that they shall be turned out, and County: why he to
r. ''t :)( nv cola{ prayn:; L ,'mplOn) happened one artl'rnron, several OF ELECTION'. reason teaches, that offenders against the sensitive on the subject Certainly neither

fro'1 !, It '!nty ;-read and refer-r months after {her marriage, that Mar\r While, Gadsdtn.Efcambia 1 1I laws of the c/untey must go unpunished, our correspondent nor ourselves have ever

I ft-. M.'ssis. Pinkham: Alba; and had a little ten party, at which several County- :Sl-2 votes 72 votes until the government will provide some accused all the friends of Col. Gadsden of

I : De '. of the matrons of the) village were Walton, 115 VWashington. means for sustaining {prosecutions, nnd the such conduct : and we takethis opportunityof
t ill 22 safe custody of the accused. I usedauy endeavors assuring those who did not wink at-it
On uiot'on: ofM I i ;inkl.-'ini, it was; present, :pud, as.( i is often the case, aluM Jackson, ?:-S3: 129 to get some person to support the that we should never have called the attention

t Rcwlrcd. Th! ,* ". riork( authorized .; MH.I learned dissertation; on the I fialsden, '. l W7 61) prisoners in jail, but no man would do i it of the public to such disgracefel practices --

't to ""py the jot: r M< lie directed matter of managing; ; hu
to fVI'vrr!' the \ mu10 the Editor0fhc beon given ai.ornatoly! hy one and '. 3'3 78 Editors of ripe National Intelligencer wetplcasetl LadMack
Sr. Join's, 2K( SiDuval to credit to our Territory .
as
;1 :3 P''iis'Koln l GTlI'H e, -ind lh.it hel' another} ; husbands and pnident! wives' ."' 13; fi8 New Case.' '-alas it is no longer a new pion of the very dregs of Col. GAds
I be .cqie. << to nuke fnothnr call} know what such amount 10, gild of> 3uito,3: 51 case .' party and to see his name in n-i.u. attached

i1e l' anti ti !MT.if the same; to the printer how mui'h) value! ti oy are to young ll u sq ; CM) But persons at a distance will uudoiibtcd- to at least one article w Still viay fro

+ of the ..V"ppm l l in St. : .tiusttne. lionkeeper.: {: Unfortunately Henry Nassau, "t') la | !!ly say, "howno longer a new case Mirej j j dtKHied original. ,

Ii.I On motion of Mr. Domett, itwas re'i5r) ; ::ed \it\ tiic evening, fitiguedand : j iv n is oniy oec-iuse u has paSi't'tJ away antiexists !|
,
1:3: 711 in
only remembrance, and A
as a blot CDMMU1V'IGA '. ; "
t K'vm That commiMec of i l i.i: iiuth body and mind .; ,." .
wt'tiry : ,
a Majority for White, LIGHT HUNDHF.D on the history of the Territory that it is no .
i I' th 4 !h.*. appointed to enquire ;n'o with the l.-i"'iisofit; o d Uy, slid took and .ir.UTY-T\\0. .1 longer new." For by the following it appears For the Fensacjla- Gasette.--Jf:_

: the o.vp "iiency! of selectirj!; the l luv/s !hi' '(:It at ilie table: I liis j favourite :, By the last mail we received two lettersfrom that there is now a Treasury. At a meeting of the Citizens oj'fnSa

;, I now 11 tote*', and passed ;>y ihe council d'di;' wnj: no! il.L-r: (%. I inquired for. I Jackson County, correcting our election From the Florida Intelligencer, la,Convened at the Court House, on 1\1 .Ie-
I.a returns for that We have altered Extract letter n-
I. County. of a from Colonel GEORGE
: the 4th of
i i i82.r, ami to report me *;':ne tothib ill a jslyle tlr-t peiiirsavoured; a according to one-the other gives WAI.TOX, Secretary of Florida, to hi ., day.previous notice,May for the, 1827, agreeabl of I to-

I } I'ouiicil: to be punted 1 i with the Kule of reproi'-h} : ; it'\\ .J: uuintcniion-I each candidate two votes less than above Excellency Win. P. Dual, dated 1 ing and embody ing public purpose sentimentthe cc 11act.,

't + law. }p.ty; >cli1 ihe I preset se>,>ioa.iAiri al. Mary wa ill liie presence stated, which makes no difference to the KEY WEST, Feb. 2'ld'lS2Ct. subject of establishing a Pro OD.
t+
t, t t JMossr-. D offset t, Pinkham; :Macon self-constituted 1 pi eceptors ; she was Majority.The East. 'l have been itbie to secure for the Territory Church in the same ; Silvester B jjj t9nr+4&
Florida Herald in 1
gives as the re ( money and drafts) the sum of nine
called to the chair
ll ashamed to submissive ,an4 Sam'l R. i
k ; too before
4 and MVhel wee appointed of appear tarns from Akiclmn County 14 f..lr'hit ; thousand eight hundred and eveut)-cute appointed Secretary. Iert
that ( (O IJIIHrtI C them, aiiil besides, her feeliivjs,[ I lilt; Gad"de.u. That paper also states dollars auU ten cents." On motion, the ,

' Tlie following oflercd by Mr.3lue i were wounOod iy; her hlJ3 mnc's man- that K<;y West, iu Mosquito County, is yet True it is the late Secretary and Treasurer were unanimously adopted following: resolttions.
'? \ ncr she repli-\l he to he hearsl from ; it is reported here that has said that he has secured $9879butstill 1. Resolved )
; ), teat and laid on the table ; as > thought That the citizens
1'2 votes wcie given at Key West, all for we find that the New Case" mvs not will unite present
till O-Ml'MTOW.! spiritedly, but it was leally; h.irsh. in the establishm s t of .
Gad dt !'. Tho Herald also states that ceased to exist, but has only Old rOn *
grown Protestant
?? 7-a/ That Henr cast ;a r.iu 'lc! Bianco:; the} Nassau Association in the Cit f *{ Pen-:
csr> our Delegate in '. across Couitry- gives about loO votes. reference to the files oi'the office of the sacola.2. ,

Cnn n :"' ;> Je! instructed! to endeavor tciiie table, piifehtd, back; tits plate, and. rising" The returns yrt.tocumc in, from there, will i Clerk of the Superior Court of this District, / Resolved, That the Protest
left the It the be for White., we find three executions in behalf of the 5t Assostation
pwrulc amendment of the law rusl. was first I which the Citizen
1 Adding, thei, fore, to the abo5t.atemp.nt Territoryiz; : is. Antonio Escovar. pres. ;ut haveunited -
of Coupes prescribing the senior of error. They \\'t-rG both sensible of it i torvl'ti to support, shall be a Protestant
12 \otos jiven at Key We. for Cult Cads oU; costson a prosecution for
S the Leisl.ti\e Council, so th.it iiu- ;In a moment ; !,ut \1&0lOuld! maketbe : deli, airri 'Irt given, in addition,. -in Nassau .i.'ulr.ll'JS-l'S. Juan B. Salgado for stealing i$I.n, established Episcopal Church in the United, as it is State or- ;aaJaad and

t 1 1 said K(> SMOII be clianged from December firtt.concision, where both were County for Col White ; and fio! returns for a ')mclar prosecution; and vs. John an. 3. Resolved, That the :s.

t to October. plainly wrcncl: will stand thus : For White, 1(>;JJ'O CS ; Indian[ for $23.: 37&. costs prosecution the Secretary, and which pap I rr filirf with
1 For Gatlj.dcn 723 : Total in the Territory. fur the murder of his wife. On the two first ias beep read
and submitted
The followiu was received friJP.lthe As Henry vlke! do-.vn the street, to this met tins,
j 23, v 2'otc :.Majority for White 910.Wo the following rltuJ'nVas madeno declaring
articles
Governor ; engaged in unpleasant; : meditations, thiiilc! this will Ij!; foiiiid ti be very found out of which to make the property money above iheohJ'ect Association, and conditions, of the

EXCCTTIVK OFFICE, 7 and enveloping! hiii
Jan. 17th, 1S2;. > a brjjjht light from: the nppt':* windowsof } mint be a mistake us to 'I fy We-t ; defendant could make none. The Teriitorv On motion. The meet' then a.topted.

Sir,-I have the honor to transmit the village!; iim attrarto-d: 1 his notice' ; at which jjliico we expected there would having uo funds to tai'l.ilim in prison, by ) the cho\cc 4ns of seven proceeded V
eSln
have been more and to his
many votes given.Jen. piwent pr.risliivgof hunger, he
thro.- to the Council he slept over a of I men : und upon counti Jg the| votes, the (oflowing
the ;
you at t p- party gay youn j vas suffered! to make his escape, on the 20th named -
qUI'-,! of our Delegate, copies of several men were auoiit >:iiting duwu to supper i (; BKHNAIIO aid: Capt. Poussrv crrivpd of Nov. 1 1SI(::' That against te!; Jndjanwa chairman aujy pcrlons elected were until declared the bv- the

letters relating to the protection ; they ul"l.d him to join the club> ; ill thi- City c-sicid.iy in rise Kevcnui: returned thus-*' \o property found ter Monday, viz ;_ next Eas
Cuiti-r Ahliam.i!: Jtipt. Footer, after having out of which to make the called for
the j! money 'V:
of nut Territory from' Indian tempt.i.ion, under: the circumstance.i lIcnry 0'1' MC"WC1
Deprcdifous ?
tli5{ %
roinplefrd their eriiinin.itiou of the I'etiiuMiaof or '-"tcr.tlt'on. In jail toe defendant
l'.i', : and the! sdc; of die publicJaijds. 1 of *i 5e; case, wa s allpowerful.Supper } Floridn/iMd the coast: between Tampa conul make none. Sidney P. Uaines Esq. :LLeVnlr: John J'rt'son' Scn'r.

tl t 'lam, iVc.Vm. : over, lie deluyed: a little lon- Bay and [',.ins actjla. In cooperationwith agreed to {pay the fine of 3<:*, -provided S. ii. 0' ertun Roht and

'I.; \ P. Duval.Ios 1. rrt..',kill:; his leaver liquorVas i introduced ii- cart F-oster, they have sounded all I he could"bv set at liberty ; aid the cysts, on 4. .solved "'hat the I Mitchell,
passes into lint harbor* ; and ne nntk'istnudthat Co//'V/on+ that John an Indian, the defendant proceedings of
and he drank this
be
]\ nfrc and Document laid on ; music came fi;;\'orcJ'iv -vi'inds and weather, titer" I would work it out with him The Ter- sacola meeting Gazette.( published in. the next Pen-

i 4he table.. .!ext, iiiul cards! folhnved ; though he have, ;noun"rnc 'c1JanneIi, sounded the ritoiy, having no funds and to preventas-

t The following acts were passed.- I did not join 1:1 the lat, he ]looked on> entraIt"t- of Sr't.JovpphNBay.Si fiitind on the 1! dian John Irom perishing nf hunger, and to"m Silvester J3HI,
the ; without abhorrence the burs af full tide .ind the Kind blowing: give';? a chance. to
i"S 'To provIde for( holding, terms of ihe Barnes ; :ur: I catch skins', he wastli..chaq.t Clzainn n.
dread.+ he }hail: been brought in of evil the lu-.slicard, lintteen and an hal/'fcr! fiom prison, and delivcrcduvct Sam'l. Overion
up .
SlJpff Courts in ;J.flerentCounues had been General ,Ber.iaid.uud (;af t. 'Poussiu intend to ihtsaiJ S:1'. II, w cc, on the 20th Nov. ,
broken.
t' I i \i'i] Tcr.! ; 'o'.v ,nu-J bur oilier"VVyai I tosMV here a Jew t days, which will !be I lS'-i i." Viid, it will .)c seen h.th. forego Sl c.I'tlrJ;

t lJl t'l ,..,--1'.,. r'.''t srrj'nt' t ) \J In I, I Returning late at night, his spirits devoted to t'!)" examination of our harbour, ill th.it mere i is no money in the Frea.Mirv i
.. heated with wine id the recall in relation: built 10'defence and inland to offenders in I l\Jn I1UrT-1
..ht'' Bnft ir.fil_ t,. j a!) ( (,c- ua- support juil aiul that, there am clearly of opinion
w
5 }pt'r : .i j >n of his vifi-i '., behiiviour; .before tigah i n, fore William Frye, "committed' to prison, 'j that the privilege of LegUlatfon should be
,t :, ; NcN Dell, M] '.'on, McKv.nHoi i ] I bun he found -riotired and We arc .':.> hfp,'y to add that Gen Bernard I ipou, -u riiaij: l j of having stabbed his toile' j!I taken f:om rue Territory, bfcau.se it has

!, \i.'lid l, PtniJiam I and I I "1 parsed cxjnvsjcs the fullest saiifucti,>, at i 1":1 i/.'* ,ilcnUim In kill her' has been 1 let j j i totally tailed, iu the most important point
AY.; r.t ,li1 t!: For the tr nsfering of the I night in ;aj.yiuvr room. The I I the manner in ivh-ch: Lieut. Swift, and the j 1 i ioi>s(: upon tile community. How is this ?i i| for "hicl! it was granted, that of raising a

ceivui: .cbts: of thr several Counties I' morning brought a cool meeting the I Youu4cnlctncn,I a" ooi itetl With: him., have I I Nis'i: rirou AVO MGIIT HUVDKKI: A.VII SEVE.NT i}:' fund to suppojt and sustain the (ass.

I to tie| I' 'rntor '" "G N. formal interchange:! of a few \words( executed tin: <:nrye\fc which were oat nib fed )--'L.'H: lI'T.L.HSD TtN CENTS S!rllrcd i, This privilege has been extended to Florid -
( Shac
i ) .vmg and a parting without tn thi-m ath! (,' at a, most \ choidand E Merlct the extlusive explamtion 1 ur son and,, outlet many diatdvattrbcs. nuniey now' in the Treasury, to support u r. !1 \tar in the Treasury to sustain a Murderer

'navigation and p.j. t 19"e of Holmes, ': complaint. The seed of discontent f.'s[ 11Ja.il What has become in prison until he can be tried

1',1 Creek/'_"To amend; an act to incorporate [ -'! was sown ; it bore the} fruit that. might Important to Murilcrcrs, &c. !p of it ? ! I Our laws are not only contradictory, but

hu City of St. AU u8tjne.1n he expected.I His i i tome: was no longer All vagabonds, thrives counterfeiters, By the polite attellr .-1 of Capt. Jones of!. they cut their oU'n throats; fail of the JAlr-

1 t J "F 91' the ( I of of:Fire Company No. the centre attraction to Henrv.His and! oth+criminalsto; whom these presents tho ;dlr. Thoru, who arrived on the 4th 1 : pose for which they were enacted, ate a
inxt, and of our New Oi leans ;complete degradation to Legislation, and.a.
will' -
tavern may cnmr *ec by the following! that conf' polUt-
1 and 2, in the City of Pcns cola.Ji ." companions were gaj.1 eats, have been confuted as the effusions of
tlieic we favored a "sirk m07l'.rtlreflm"
i fast with J
good-humoured} ij at a.*}tlat:<) witere they can with Tew-Or- '
Ji For the reliefofLcwellcn\ iI iam and attractive, and' leans as late \ : every claim, therefore
paper as tJune.. to
their
: .i < be impunity{ j)e. 'cj>snare ( crimesunle.s.; ., any
left
E t 1 ::: the fireside of his own mansion indeed l; our citizens should think proper" thing like self government, has been abused
which Col. ..TolF.l'rt1.. WHITE and forfeited, and should be taken
I no longer wooed him ;a< while"olhrr Irtwcannot he enforced to put arrived in this away.

l ,=.'- -- -- zealously and powerfully as the alehouse F in force acort-ihi summary mode of punishment Ciiy last evening. Our been worthy desirous Governor says, that he ha;
1 From tkf Acr-l'orJfc Mirror. club of which lie tulledtch''f Law.On t very to promote the interest
p was sooti tho) of the Territory" this
,
tf7rnntirte.The ; we do not doubt I Out
TIlE Flli1' EHROR Tuesday luorniu:; last the following: qu ranftne, laws of ,
very centre slid life. The seconderror notice this City are lit force since ] after all biz good intention! anddesiveafr
k Mary Conway was the flower of was committed. was stuck up .in tnis Cify.tm1)Ortallt. I I the first instant | does not" amount to wiurA"" The Territory

'her father's} family.: She was young' Though their u. t. The Florida Advocate gives want of under his adinlniitratiaa has u thai en
unseen
1 151 5 and well do I remember that she wasbeautiful. i dark cloud} now brooded by friends, a William Fcvc' .ills been c-.itmhted to an excuse for the failure we men paper.is -,:! like a bowl nfsuwi1l $"; wiihant a don iu

There is no object I be- tunes of over' the for- prison, uton! aciarge[ ('of liaviiisf! "tabbed awu.man" tinned List week, which was made: up by the I II its Treasury, to support| tic laws. w a
oe.thlhettin the our young couple. It catherod (his W1t ) "with intention to kill last mail. state misrule, or in other words rfW.
-nothing h. "wide i t blackness until 1 perceptible to her." The'saif'WiUialJ1 must be- retained I. 't 'The Gall'c1Ictde Winces." I It would seem front these (acts.tbat "tin*

r if'o'I! J, lull as it is allurement, rich every eye ; and.) when) it i burst carried in custody, until tfio a ejcl':erm of the Sup eWe perceive, by no article in the Florida I !: Governor is feeble ; that h* wants ev"y

as it is in ulorious promises, and golden ruin and des-.d itioi with ritr' Court, (tint londay in November i Advocate of 2ith( ult., that Mij. L. Mcln-i/> qualification except DESITIE, "..tn prcr/u//-
and it. Drivento next,) ant I bo out ///Lie interest afthc Territory. Wk has Aif-
hope j
of
piritstirrilfgdnaru; s, the J daiigejuus fql tit own private .1 tosh Stone i is very desiroHS appearing in '
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that burns into the heart like company: of dissipated fund.t; let loose upon the community, or public u-friend of Col GaI J"u. [ |fired Council after Council h"p t a>$uy
t fresh vision thq 1 fthiuuIt'f !' 1 l 1fnt Henry tell :()11- perish of hunger''mJail.+, II marking on a letter published in n re-j J! ,without recominendjnij the t'cesitx, uf
of young angelic Inv .nctcd) all their l.iL.its.: he became Tjic Citizens or reu.acoli.arp.; lh 'r..foreIt"qultellto -Ith May, ho says "As i have the our paperof 'raising, money to support the govprnVr.wit.
honor
t ness, in the }Itt V-(hty of the passions. dnmk till tall a ; do-a meet at the Court House at 10 '.-> bn one of those opponents, I am conscientioutly 'He has, with -ill! his desires" tQ'prnmolf't.'
There is gambler. The o'clock A. M. at the -tthe, interest of-1 e hrrrtfr,'suffered the
something( so pure, find l f 1 innocent nw-tic: circle was"deserted to-day ringing of the bound in justice to myself, to take! ,
and its bell, for the of vessel {Q ri n atflpre: this? must bee
and in purpose adopting so- e mode, notice of the above + now us
the
holy, a mild hiMie ofin publication. We ar ,
r her 1 : oi.liir-if-ons i ; forgotten, Mary met her! by which the laws are to be 5in aiued,'Rulloffenders p<,tirt ir.ly very willing{ to accord to b1 h clear tQ every.OOP, his desire lif promoter
eye ; something sq heavenly, !limVuidMMrjliisess! and unfaithfulness brought trial and punished." Stone liis; full share of the honor "11' the inttrtttlof the Territory'' will induce

the suf: a'nd'ge'nlle smile that plays with reproaches and bmcruess. j' they : -. Vl.Ll ; tzEiIE1Na( ; ".i 19.our opponents> iu. the late .ection belonging, i in I him dUot.to give up tie" ltzm ta.a more. skilful'one
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Oftedfit May 46.--We; afe wh ?duty jt,shall be to, xainme >! b. vered', f the.:Mayor; oraTcar das- eo left '3rd.. ii2ra1ia' The. : 'b:, 'JJ..;:' "k.; -l..J..t.M .1- ..<("/JW(''.,'. ';.,,, d'\"i ..".-
happy to announce the arrival in this and i inspect: Jho kitchens/tfut-liou-; 'i): i>oa Q: t}iV h'ofthoCLtwuH: been4 '-;. JU1"8U.J'. J.Y"'G. ( I l't.ag.1.'a lreiLi__OII')'":. .. ""J" '$ .''tc.\.OC"j}. .
judgmentotheMayoIWdI '
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city, to-day at 12 dock of Major ses, wells and premises', of each,' 'c1ud.. .proyisjoiis: of this section into.feffeet; ,the cdbyi4.orIer. ; ;l.4r t. tienelir6r.{j tothfc 'BoanTAldermen. .or.. .i" *.,*%* '! .
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of the U. S. : ) .. ., appeaj Ti. ., : 3
General Brown, army every occupied lot- in the City and JVlayoVahall Have.power tDpiifliafit'hbriotcrs :-iU141fqthzqithatthe .' .** 'IJ '"* I. fi i"
I p.1'4.'J ; : '
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.Courier report th estate and condition of each and btfier: offenders in < : :. < ... .6
suite ; : 'Ji"
Ud any sum .pence ofthe! ;person :owning the Sec. 7thXJBe

f hat :
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Yesterday, in the U. S. District and in all cases, where they are reported dollars at his discretion :; 'i -: ,:- ,
exceeding & refusal
fifty pOD his io obey the ,shall be 'the (duty. of.tr\e' : : 41 ? .
I Supfcrin1 ._
Aug Chicot one of the officers to be in bad, or uncleanlytcondition or until he r.she the shall : "".. ? !
Court, imprisonment Mayo ,he be fined any sam of the Market, to k.
of the Colombian cutter Bolivar, the Mayor shall have power.to be discharged by duo course of law, or exceeding fifty dollars, or be ,who offer for saletyegefc .. t-: : : .
was tricd on a charge of piratical aggression indict a fine, upon such delinquent, by the order of the Mayor j. but-if'the : oned at'the discretion of the &c. in may a line extendrog-'from, the < .' ':*' ..*..::. "
against an American "*sselvhhin in any sum not exceeding ten'dollars: offence be a minor the imprisonment boat craft l ; ..
; one ,
Any '
: or sailing of the Marker)_>.po '.bOtto18' : '\!;? : .
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the waters of the Unite : at his discretion. The removal of any shall not exceed one month wrecks, rafts, logs or fragments. the space between 'the brick"i "JI 1"t "
The trial] lasted the whole day. nuisance, putrid, noxious,or offensive Slaves who keep 6re arms,.or who may nr kind whatever, which any be pillars: and the columns:; and any'per.'l; if S '/. '"

The Jury withdrew at about 10 matter of'any kind whatsoever,which commit an assault upon a white per- en by the' waves upon the exposing for"salo.vegetables or );',:''i -
o'clock, P. M. and towards 2 o'clock may be collected, left driven ashore, son, shall be punished at the discretion within the limits of the, City, o'r articles on the side:walks of &e':*. :. :: '" p- 'k)1.; '
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this morning they delivered a sealed or deposited in any part of the City, of the Mayor. Runaway Slaves, fered to remain there from any \ or in any other place ,thaa: : I: ';.*,.;. ..':: ;;:-. ."",
verdict, which on being opened or any where on the beach, within and those going at large, without more than forty eight hours han ea by this section, or 'refusing: ,-!."?\ ..
't't'
verdict of "Gnlliy$ the linilli nf the same, shall ho prompt, written from their masters forfeited the ,
to be a passes or to Corporation, and remove and the :" ,'
proved place .
I occupy a -\ .
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and recommending the prisioner to II and eill'cu-d at the expense of thu Corporation employers, shall be imprisoned, or by the Constable, and the money : him or her by the Su..rint n'd..'' ,; :' ,'. '.i.
the mercy of the Court The pi ose- unless otherwise ordered and otherwise: dealt with at. the discretion to the Treasurerprovided the ; such person upon conviction sb-ilT v !; .
cution was conducted on the part of directed by the Mayor Wherethe of the Mayor, consistently with the and the nature of the thing, will fine not exceeding three:'.doi-i: '. ., '., : ..t" iB
tho U. States by J. W. Smith, Esq. i' nuisance, or offensive matter, may be laws of the Territory. -No mulatto, of its removal in that time, due or jf a slave receive fifteen lashX 5; t' ; ....' ..t"Lf
District Attorney, assisted by Mr. ,found on the Commons of the City, quarteroon, or negro Ball shall be allowed tice of which being riven at to be inflicted by the City Corista '- "' :;\ ,r ..A&y
Soul; Mcs.rs.' Maaureau & Grymes the public streets, or on the margin of without Written permission twenty four hours before the sale. : \ .. ':'';ft, t' 1M. .. .
defended the risoner. The penaltyof the Bay, it is to be removed at the from time Mayor, and when permittedit But any nuisance, or offensive 1. S ec. 8t. Be it further S enacted. 't. <"'*..;:...:...' qb f -io* :.y.ii..... )".'-%
the law for the offence i is a fine public expense, unless it be in cases, shall be the duty of the Secretaryto which may be driven, or who '. .* ; ; .
sell ij
any "
person ; .
exceeding 5000 dollars, and im- where it has been occasioned, left or make out a license to be signed by from any cause whatever I for sale may .or. : \; ".# < i/".; :
on
unwholesome :
not : ) .
promsions
deposited by the malevolence impudence the Mayor which license shall impose beach :...: ..: .f,<' f't. .;;;i
at hard labor not exceeding shall be removed forthwith ; rul.f S, liquors, or other artirk/shall ;'r.-.t -. t ,H".j '.
prionmcnt ...r
ten )ears.-Idem. or carlessness of an individual, such conditions ns he may think any boat, raft, lumber, or other fined by the Mayor. any sum not. '..}' '", ..,., ., ..." 4 J...:. .,rMI u 1'M.- .. fr.. t.. and upon duo proof of the fact, if a necessary, and for each license so obtained stance, which may collect twenty dollars he shall l al \ ; <... \
DIED.-In New Orleans.! Capt. THOMAS white he shall be compelledto the applying shall other offensive ; .. ) '
person, person pay or matter and, on order their removal outof the limit '
SHIELDS, formerly of the U. S. Navy, and remove the nuisance forthwith, and two dollars for the use of the Secretary ure by the the : '
owning
person or City the '
resident of this City. at expense of the:, : <.r.
lit*a also be fined in sum rtoi exceedingfifty and Mayor, before such license the samewhen ordered the .
DIED.-In Pensacola, 7th June', JOHN any f Msil.lii by where they are kept for sale .; }..: : ...
)!ULLEY, formerly Pcnnsylrania; of a dollars.at the discretion of the I i5jjt.Sec. ?. to remove it, the boat, raft, lumber, are in a putrid or offensive state : : ;. r: i:
Consumption. Mayor; and if a slave; or colored per- (6i1!. Be it ftrtner enacted, the thing causing the collection of the penalty above stated. Any> '; .1". ;i J. .:. .. >
son, he shall be fined as above, or publicly That the following acts, and deeds, sea-weed shall be forfeited and crson who may sell spirituous liquor- .:' '! '
whipped on his bare back, any shall be considered iffences againstthe I for the us(. of the City, slaves, or trade with them, without ...J.;*>. '. tNu )'f. :.S ; -
11HlPW
shIp number of lashes not exceeding thirty laws, and ordinances: of the City of notice of such sale bslng first permission from their master, .'., .;<.... ,}
nine, and, upon failure to pay the fine P ensuoa, and shall be subject to the Any person who shall bathe in the those who may employ them, shill \ ,
inflicted the :Mayor may commit the tines, forfeitures, and penalties herein fronting the City, between the a fine not exceeding ton dollar ,

_.__ offender to prison, until satisfaction be after n.nncd : towil ; discharging or dence of George W. Barkley, the discretion of the Mayor-an/' ,.'
: --Port o? eusaco\a. made, or until the person bn disch,!r- firing musket, pistcx, or other gun; the first Bayou below the settled who may deposit oyster shells, '!' S ,
gf-d bylaw, or by the order of th.- any wharc ;>i the limits of the improved of the city, after sun rise, and glass, or other substances, any- ,
ARHI YEll. Mayor. In all cases appeals from part: of ihrj C''y, wiuout permission sun set, shall be fined any sum in the bay, fronting the City, ",
June 4th.-Schr. Maria. Riley, : the acts, judgments or Decisions of from the. iviayor, any um not exceed- exceeding two dollars or if a I pay a fine not exceeding ten dol. -
:Mobile. i the M'iyor: made or rendered by authority ing two doliairf, ut the discretion of the shall bo punished th any number or i if a slave receive any number I
: U. S. Transport! Schr. Florida, I of this ordinance, shall be: to Mayor. Running or galloping a ashes[ not exceeding: twenty, at : lashes not exeeoi.nqr'\vemy; ; at the
Baker, Tampa Bay, via St. Marks. the Board of Aldermen of the City oj horse in the streets or riding on the discretion of the Mayor.-.Cutting of the Mat;or. Any person
7th.-U. S. Revenue Cutter Alabama Pensacola, who shall make such order pavements, or side walks of the City, whittling the columns, of this :\ may disturb or interrupt divine '

: Foster, Tampa Bay: St. Marks & I in the case, and grant surh relief, any sum not exceeding two dollars, House or the stalls, benches, ,;lmill p'iy a fine not exreedlng:
St. Joseph's.-Passengers: General I as to them shall seem just and proper. for each offence. Any person who or suspenders, shall be considered dollars or ;if a si ive bo punished
Bernard, Col. G. M. Brooke and : Sec. 2nd. Be further enacted, slnll be guilty of gross or excessive: an offence against this ordinance, any nurubor of strips!: not "xce1.
Capt. Poussin, of the U. S. Army.7th That the Mayor shill: have full power abuse, in whipping any animal in the shall be subject to a fine, ef not tenat, the discretion of file 'fryor.Sor. .
-Steam boat Steubenville, Vincent, arid authority, to arrest and prose- public streets, or square of this city, than one dollarbut in proportion to ; 9th. Be further enactJ, Tint
S Mobile; for bound Pensacola for Appalachicola.Paslengel's ;Mrs. Alien and Mrs.-. cute all vagrant, noisy, and disorderly shall be fined in the sum of five dollars, injury sustained, and commuted ( fines amid forfeitures m\-:jr.fd un-
Read with their families and Lieut. Thomas persons, or drunken rioters, who maybe or if the offender be a slave and his a slave, hc.'Or she shall be this ordinance, after p- .v-i'* all
S U. S. I found, within the limits of the City : fine be not paid: shall receive ten by any number of lashes, not exce ) and chirges, shall OIKh.U" he
Army.ENTERED.. as well as those who follow no visible stripes. Leaving a dray, or cart, in ing twenty at the discretion of to the use of die C.-y, ....
June. 4th.Schr Thorn, Jones, and lawful occupation to gain a living, the streets, (otltc-r than Market carts,) Mayor ; and any other ;njury, paid to the Tr; '>.-,"t':', m.I .* ->- 1
. New Orleans. Cargo to S. Patterson and shall have power to fine or put to any sum not exceeding one dollar.- may be done to the pavement, or to the tLC ind D tie"': i**" : : :_
.5 ,J. Jerrisonjr., J. C. and C. C. 'public labor all such persons at his Running .1 dray, cart, or waggon in a the: banquit around the \ informing! ; and p- ;' ', .! ;',U ,
S Keyswr, J. Campbell, Kopman and I IlIyer i discretion, or order them under a reasonable dangerous unruly manner. in the House, or to the! lamps or to its to tjiFect; -\nsh! :.ii -.I L > ..:)_
and Finlay and 1uhiton.-Pas- penalty to leave the limits of streets on the public commons, any tening, shall be punished in like m .. before the Miy "fJ
se'aers Mrs. Baker, Miss Carson \\.I; the City. He shall also provide for sum nut exceeding four dollars or )if nor; and all, at the discretion of of the Peace.--"FKk'p'ir..-. "
ftle srs. Finlay and Grey. the support and maintenance of paupers the offender be a slave to receive Mayor, upon due proof df the t of all Slaves lori vioi-tV.,.' of
5thSchr. H.irmony, Bunlick, out of the City funds, under proper twenty lashes. Rolling water-barrel, The free passage along the streets provisions of this o-dinuiijo sh .11
Nantucket.-Cargo 500 boxes candies .: and lawful regul tions. on the pavements, or side walks of side v/\lksis not to be obstructed, by order of the iMoiyor, a i.! or-
and 100 casks of oil to the l\Ias-1 Sec 3rd. Be it further enacted, the City, any sum not exceeding fifty the unloading (from drays. judgments, or decrees, which
ter. I That the patrole regulations of the cents, at the discretion of the Mayor. or carts,) of any goods, wares or be given by the M ,yor cons.st-
6th.-Schr. Elizabeth, Forsyth, City, shall be under and subject to the Failing to keep chimneys free of soot, chandize, for a longor period i&J with this ordinance well as -ill
New Orlpans.-Cargo"to J. C. and order and direction of. the Mayor, so that they take fire and blaze out may be necessary to stow them ordinances of the Board of Al-
C. C. Keyser, J. Smith, F. Pasqaier. who shall order the ringing: of the City at the fop any. sum not exceeding nor shall lumber, plank bricks, shall be obeyed, and rcipct
.J. Forsyth, and the !ISavy Yard. Bell at proper hours of the night, five dollars, to be paid by the occupant mortar, Or sand, or any materials ; and any threats or attempts, which "
," CLEARED. and upon all necessary occasions, nnd of the building. For failing to building, be unladen, and suffered be made to prevent their execu;
" June 5th.-Brig Venus, Teshew, to make and publish written rules and kt-ep a ladder, at least 12 foot long, remain in the streets, or on the shill: promptly punished by
Phl.ldelphia-Cargo 180 bales cot- :I regulations for the government of the lor every three months, any sum not walks, unless it be opposite to, and Mayor, either by fine or imprison
.ton and 7000 feet Boards, by J. Jer- City, after the ringing of the bell at exceeding two dollars, to be paid by the purpose of erectiuga; building, or by stripes, according to the -.
S uson jr.; and 15 bales cotton, by N. the established hour for retiring to the owner or proprietor of each occu- making repair on the streets, or and enormity of the offenco.
H. Allen. S'S sleep ; and to direct the manner in pied house, or by his agent. For fail- lot, and in that case, the owner of Sec. 10th. Be it further enacted,
6th.-Schr. Harmony, Burdick, which slaves may be permitted to pass ing to have a well of water on each Lot, shall have the use of one this ordinance shall be in force
: New Orleans.-Cargo Oil and Can- I and re-pass, after certain hours at occupied lot, -nd keeping the same I tlls width of the street opposite and after the 15th day of Juna

dIes by the Master. : night, and to punish every. violation in good order, for every three months, Lot, during the time, or until And all Ordnances, or parts
7th.-Schr. Thorn, Jones, New I his'orders' in this respect, either by any sum not exceeding two dollars,I building be put up and finished, or 0 Ordinances inconsistent with this
Orleans. Cargo 15 biles; cotton byM. ;j fine imprisonment at his dexcretion, ::o be paid by the owner, and ifhe be improvements repairs be or coming within the pur-
Crupper, and 200 bbls bread, by I or by stripes not exceeding fifteen, or absent, by the agent or occupant. ed ; but he shall have this i ; :w of iho s-tmeare hereby repealed.
C. Gonzalez.-Passengers C'jpt. : agreeably to the act of ihe Legislative For f.iilingforthe space of forty-eight only a reasonable length of time, Passed Juno 5th 1827.
Wager U. S. Army, and Messrs. Count ** to govern slaves" approved hours, to obey every written order only while his building or repairs 1 BENJ. WRIGHT, .
Grey and Vigueaud.SAILED.. the 8th day of December 1825. of the Mayor, in relation to privies, actually progressing, all of which President of tile Board Aldermen. '
Sec. 4.1 lh. Be it further enacted, kitchens, out-houses, and in relationto to judged by the :Mayor, j G. DRAKE, Secr'y.
June 5th.-Schr. Maria, Riley, That the Constables who are, or may the powers given him by the first a foot way, shall always be loft, Approve!, June 6th 1827.
St. Mrk. I be appointed, for the use, and by the section of this ordinance any sum long the side: walk only in cases J.JERRISONallayor.
I -== -...=--=- ------- authority, of the Corporation, -shall not exceeding three dollars, for each I it is evidently impracticable ; nor ______' : .
A5T ORDINANCE:, promptly obey md execute all orders and every offence. For suffering hogs the streets and side walks, be ob A.-*ize of Bread. -. :- \

For tit regulation and government of the Mayor, in every thing which and goats to run at largo, in the streetsor ed from bales of cotton, or any JOTICI is hereby given, That, as '
of the City of Pe sacola. relates to his duty as such, in carry- commons of the City, without a article or commodity, only oo S SEC. 1. The cleanliness of the City lag its laws and ordinances into effect. reasonable excuse, any sum not ex.. to the terms &provisions above trs 75 cen's .. IJirrd tiie lUfc rs will

being one of the jirst objects of its They shall moreover,as far as in their ceeding two dollars, and, if the fine nor by waggons carls or drays, the of ensuing Bread for fifteen twve da/s and give a forty half

internal government, should be subject power, preserve the peace, and good be not paid in forty eight hours, a while they are necessarily ; agreca-ly" to *: .\ GMinanpe( of the
r to the most rigid and punctual order of the City consistently with forfeiture of the animal.--'-For an injury in loading or unloading their of Aldermen imieci July 30th
rules, and those should be speedily and the laws &, ordinances for its govern done to any of the 'public springsin tive burdens : for each and every '. By "derofriie 'Mayor.J. .
promptly executed, so as to free it at ment, and report to the Mayor, from the City, any sum not exceeding lation, of these provisions, the G Drake, '
* all times,from any putrid or offensive time to time, every violation thereof, twenty dollars, atthe discretion of the ties offending shall pay a fine in Secrf-ary.
matter or substance that might be which may come within their know I Mayor; and if a slave, and the Master sum not exceeding five .dollars, at Pensacola June 1st. 18 7.-14-:t. ,
calculated to produce an unwholesome ledge, as well as the existence of any or owner fail to pay the fineon notice discretion of the Mayor; or if the NOTICE.- '
atmosphere ; and thus, to render the nuisance other noxious and offensive being given him, then the slave shall fender be a slave he or she shall Y virtue of a writ partition t3 us
air m the City, as pure and as healthful matter, which may be collected, receive any number of lashes not ex- punished with any number of directed, issued oat of hp S.iperbr)
as possible; and with a view, to or deposited, any where within trie ceeding thirty nine, at the discretion not exceeding ten, at the discretion \: at theMayTerinthere ..f 18--'j. at
makeihis important branch of the po- lhnits of the City, with the particular of the Mayor. Any person who shall the Mayor, or sufiyr suit of Jose Ortiz Curator &.:. d re

lieu regul.itiohs! as benelkinl: as from circumstances attending it; in I water any horse or other animal at as the nature of the case may seem we at will.the November oa the 23rd Term day of of said!
the nature of things it may be practicable what part of the City, how caused, ; the public springs of the City, upon require. Any injury which may proceed to divide and partition July tne
it isOrdaincd or by whom left together with all : conviction shall pay fine of two dol- inflicted..upon the trees, set along -described real property, viz; Lots
and Enacted, by the riots) and unlawful assemblies, either : larsor if a slave receive fifteen lashes. side walks of the City, or those 60 124, 125, 126. 127, 71, 72, 34,
Board of Aldermen of the City of of the citizens or coloured population : Foran injury done to any of the pub the public square or upon any & 122, CasimenvCelestiae in the City Pensacola' between&
Pensacola, That full power and authority I of the City, or of the slaves. It lic works of the City, or'to the pub- the property of the City, or to Ruby. Benjamin
is given to the Mayor, to re- I shall be their further duty to use all lic property of the same, any sum in props or fastenings around them, Fran'co Bonal, Joseph E. Caro, S
move,in all cases where it be practi- lawful means to suppress,riots,and all proportion to the damage sustained, be punished by fine not exceeding Hy. Michelet, Peter Alba, '
: cable, every nuisance, or noxious, putrid noisy, disorderly, and drunken assemblies at the discretion of the Mayor. It dollars for each tree, or if a slave Pensacola Sebastian Car6, Jane, 1827 F. Moreno.
offensive matter or substance, and report to the Mayor, all shall also be the duty of the Mayor, to stripes not exceeding twenty, to 14-4t. "
or .
out of the limits of the Ciy: should defalcations, and violations of the ordinances cause the City Constables to visit the indicted on the bare back, at the :11 WANT GUO: to nOHAK hire by, who the can month come, a well t:.

that be necessary, to prevent its injurious of the City, as well generalas public springs every day, and disperseall cretion of the lJayor-any person recommended as a Cook Ironer ami '
effects; or to bury the same at special; and for every wiljull departure disorderly and idle negroes who may ring the City bell, without ._SAML. It. OVERTCLV. ... 5
lea.t four feet below the surface of from their duty, .is herein may be found loitering about them & ders or permission from the \ :uihe Tnistees of the Catholic Churchearnsstf
the ground. The Mayor shall hold specified, they shall he dealt with as if they or any of them fail to obey the (except in cases of fire!) shall be ... intreat subscribers to pay '
each and House Keeper; re- the Board of Aldermen may direct. order< of the Mayor, or Constables, in any sum not exceeding two amount oftheir respective subscriptions.
every good order ajul dcnnWssof Sec. 5th. Be it further enacted, they shall be punished by any number or if a slave be punished with or before the 10th of the ensuing month, .
'pQusiblcfur.tbe
: his kitchen, privyout-houscs, That the Mayor shall have full power 01 stripos.not exceeding twentyat thediscretioilof not exceeding ten, at the discretion ) at the Palmes Store, who of Messrs.are duly Pablo author and :
and premises generally ; should there and authority, to command the assistance the Mayor. For suffering the Mayor. All other offences, of to receive the same.Penlacola..

be any solar lost to their own interest ofas many persons, as he may lumberplankor firewood, to lay pr be nature or kind whatever, which ,25th Miiy.efl1YcuMing ..
and comfoit, as to need this salutary think necessary, to aid in the suppression deposited, any where on the beach, be committed against the peace, --
:I pr viiqn. From he 15th day of of all unlawful gatherings or between the street east of the Court tranquility, and morals of the '

(: May, to the: 15th day of October, in assemblies: of the citizens, coloured House, and the street west of the residence and against the ordinances and hit subscriber friends that respectfully he will itill continue inonaa '
. each and every year, the Mayor shall! population of the City, or of the slaves; of John Innerarity:for a lon passed by the Board of Aldermen draw Deeds, Mortgage, Bills of Salea
cause each occupied Lot and premises also all tumultuous affrays and riot, ger time than forty eight hours, any I the City Peusacola, and not & Attorney- and other instrument S
in the City, to be examined, by the with private and unlawful gaming, sum not exceeding fifty dollars, (but enumerated, shall be punished by writing, in the most annrored forma
City Constables, or any other persons and all persons so summoned and r- according to the nature and circqm- Mayor, by fine or imprisonment, :: the of usuil their terms favors.; and solicits a contiQfM.
whom he may appoint for that pur- fusing,shall be subject to a finein any stances of the case).or a forfeiture of stripes at his discretion. Any I W. Haaell HunU
$oeis often as be may think it neces* sum not exceeding twenty. doflars, to the.plank,pcaatling,,firewood" or. arti who way: feel himself agrieved oj I .
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t 'J "10" tt&j jtjdYnaCio IIOICS, of Due
; 1. District Florida. erery Tuesday at 10
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i44. & -i f: -i-: -' it.: )bn, '.lir., .'Pir'n:'af1d):'Sa', "9? earI\ltte t, I-nd:,per- .J Francisco Bobe.Pensacola Adam Gordon, Departs tame day at 2 o'clock P. M'

I *:2' t i i' <:'jotfrnal I :.j{ tib1t I !, son_ *'*t:* distahce'wholnayde8iipe4ti- 17th May, 18 7-ll-6t. Pfimcola 6th Dec 1826 .'lil!. for PlffA W. HasellltuDt

f iP .I1jt "t. nJr' .pctttSC'C!. ('usage, et.' droppingline) ,.to'tbe proprietor that '- ,

.. .-: ... ,, t cur.foKnor.f.Noui. J' r ns,:effect,will. .have.it J wtantly::en"to them J > ? A C Pensacola 8th April 1327. "Miiirc'1;

> ] X, 1i : Ihe.Tn' :mtR1It i iIo ,Jreef cJt&rge. 4tjro y 'also be7.,obtained 'EotSaLE, FOR

.. :Pfid C'li .dnoul. stU&rah! .d'e- from the Various agentsin" ,every section Flo-rid.a Ad."fOtt\t 4%

\ au: !1 <,.co1o e.a&.l rnf>put de.belles.:of the Union. This establishment which -ON CONSIGNMENT iS2t'Just 1 TTHE Subscriber ,
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; 1' r311nn.d n"ire! mufptndsnce et de "V&s'coirmencert about the middle of the tfnll! E Cargo of the French Ship Pae-: .L press and bayangpuJ'Chued behmrfnri the
) type
.. t -, DfrThiAlt.-et determiner. le tout .last century, and has kept constantly in- a tole Capt. Delalue, from Bordeaux Flond. Intelligence propotef tho

h.- un frjJ Jr MlrefttMt: 'tte' rtoa creawng ever since, is by far the most extensive conasting of received and for Sale bush a paper in the City of TalHh to

j _' t iuy A iti@ ;, mat: prE10fl5 in the-Union ; and, in addition totbe CASKS Claret Wine under the name of the c.
m "( .;*u pubic:tile toutes ccs AT TIIEteusacola FLORIDA A n.OCA -
: 1 ce tmnier.se acquisitions -.of former I 0_ of the moat approved TE. The

i : i -. 'G ii c'1'hn l & qu'il jt''eu *i sriuventtsc- '"yean*, the new Catalogue contains .above 'Brands, of the \inUge Bookstore.AV. City of TElWuwee.growing prosperity ,f' th
and the
..r Iqh.- : p dire. Ct iUappritciCr, et, plus mo- 500'nrw varteit /Fruits, never oflered of 1822. tile rich rnt frr
Haseli Hunt. country in iU ricinity
'rf j'jarjnjs pr'tentioiis, nous fenont -' Uniting all
1yz before the and in tho
to public not posses- 22 Pipes Old C niac' r3ndy. and
advantages inducement
i- i:'extticer 'aucifne 'influence stir la Pensacola! 2nd November 1826 to e- .
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.. sion of smother establishment :Ameri 530 Boxes -Claret-WIHC, some very superior tion which has .p
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already flowed
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Notre seul but tan. j in6'
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ptltticue' pajs. rll
ca. The collection now offered to the JUS3 RECEIVED rapid tide Io

.1. it .. ;ide pUirc'et'd'amuser, nous nous cdntenletofv public i is as follows : 172 varieties of Ap- EO do. prunes the promises of tbe to make a pane al
Capitol ,
AND FOR SALE Territory intr
PASSEripiu
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'kt 1:t. .: defairVremarquenci quo tz I pies ; 202 of Pears ; 76 of Che-fries : 139 40 half ditto do. both to its citizens and tn-
,* dont les nurrieios, de hint pages Peaches At the Pensacola Bookstore gentlemen t tba
; :( of Hums ; 25 of Apricot'S ; 84 of 1(XI Basket Sweet Oil. adiuining States.

: i1 'A-- >,grr.t1-ivi4?, se tmcceilcront! de 5 en 5 es ; of Nectarines ; 100 of Almonds ; 80 Boxes olives, Capers, Anchovies a and ofQUILLS The Editor
complete
general assortment pledges himself
nk. "j& "" .: 'joute) est, d'/ipvca son titre, dcatir.e"uux 14 Mqlberries ; 6 of Quinces ; 16 of and Teaches. exertion in to usc efe

q i'I;:' ', tsof'1nn"qul'r.ht'rchent% Jans la lecturequelquet FL: ; 16 Currants ; 15 of Raspberries ; 200 do. Cologne \Vr.tcM. infomiatum.ery calculated procuring intelligeac 4.,
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L 1t.tj,2,-- ill ta'ib(ds I tWasmeal, et Yieirrt. -47 of Gooseberies ; 20 of Strawberries ; 36 do Ant'd. Cordials. true of to develont ; .
resources he
; ;.;: trouverau moms autant de plaisir 19 Walnuts and Filberts country and Jr,.
1t'J: A '; i ." y Chesruts, ; 100 Wigs; Almonds and Walnuts 25 fully to abstain fwm < -

-r. .tjue-d'irstruction, et, qu'en publiant: ce 10 of Medics l'erit'iionsuml;: Papuvvs ; llw e ch. some of them of very superior quality. statements, which those exa**,.rate

"b'fS f r' journal en tri aiS. nous le placns sous4a.pfotection ;. 15o I Barbeines :uul W.iorileberries; 40 'Lur3 Earthen Water Jars.30f (Xj'Wanted a quantity of Geese', Eagle made, aud which have are 80 often imp"", J
tr sS sKa consuleral.er.dcros their
f de Crtte portion wine origin in
i *MI i'rrrfk .TV& 257-or'tiraucs, eomprisingthc finest ; Kmpty lJI :ljohus. *' and Swiim3 Wings.
'E cmicilojent, dont la.'languefrVtigabe and table t.-ws 0: France. Italy, (;ernia- 100 B.iti'b Coi !;f, Pens cna. 1st March 1826. dent nuincc, or the credulity of a Wann anri a-'
fancy: and which
; i 1.1 ... est 1'ididme, hah xiel, ct dont lesmomr ny and the ( niit: and are priced at from 1 O> rtarapers Bottles j I are rakulaied t'ft

? \ .t: ft.I .; 1. >, les outs, Us usages, et I les s.ourAtt't 37 cents to S 1 etcli-11mey are also offered 12 Packages Dry Goods, containifiJUcad m .J t \ produce His disappo will be:ntinent :..

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:f ;,'. 'I. 'fl-'' 'Cpnrnre iua trouvons'catisfaits de for the first, $C forihe second and $4- kinds, Cambricks, Printed Cot- i of logs Le, he whatever his political f/i.

.'!. \ # .. la Uberte .'cint nousjouissrns, et que notre fo4' r the third assortment, und'ihey will be I wa ,Sla w Is,Prtuc-lIa Shoe3CiovesCoKirvUes Wit and Sentiment themselves may of, this invites all partitl avail

H J .' pi-uu-iiirnieiit r!us semhle le plus selected to suit any rliim.e from Mane Artiilcialowers! Head Dresses, medium of communiutiln.
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: Wf\r-.1} doux tjte &roii-puis. e des.rer, nous ne. to Georgia. The collection of ornr mental Umb.dI s. ro )Jcap and Letter Paper,, FOR 1827.

I'% 3 t q iiout- n; lf'fons ).
t ,.:, 'fumes ; nous n'wborerons lei coulturs 1053 ami of I'.uses 5UO most The FWHIDA
S4 t' .,IJg $_, ... species J..1 S1'OR: P/Kfadetftlua, Dec. 2. 1826. 5 Anvocarj will be
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_. "' ':<" .15:" d'auc'n! parli : nous laisserons J Jes '..ec1 splendid vaiit-ties, inchiduu; 70 of Chinese A general 1 airiuicnt cf oods suih.L1 I @H1- CASKET Jloiyeiv of Literatare. JiiLaed every Saturday, at five dollars pub.
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,...:. i. tions du gou 'eineniein general, amsi: que monthly Kose. The GreenHouse !Jbr Hie I C 'lhlr-,'. :;: Wit and Smtihieiit, which has nuum payable either in adrtnce,or three--per

1 cetles de 1'Ctat, ae faire aussi paisibiemenl department con Jats i of more than '2UOU() !i8tI v.n unprecedented Increase of months after the
i K. II. ALLCK.Per.sRccla p.- Jitlb.cription.d'ertise. .
que possible, et pour mieux nous Plants, and contains all the most beauti- irons during1 lest ncnths nents inserted
: l.ito Feb. 18; ;7-5Vtf.(? fnz will,after at the same rates
: lJ. ,. .. : tern hors de la s-phere des coteries, des ul aid inurestin specIes knuwn. --- I, -fce present vol. i is finished, each number The Advocate will) be forwarded

r I I' intii i uts c' des pcr.sonnalitis); nous n' d. New Vnrfl rjh 20.iUh. i I contain: 10 octavo pages. printed well 1 ubienben ol the I to tJa
Intelligencer
jnettions jaiuuis aucun ccrit relative a ----- -- -. --- .1. Offxcii sirall handsome WIlD a.c:
llouvs.Citizens on requested
: to
tyj e, upon the finest inform the Editor! of
n- m1-"rl q'Jf'l eand'niiu: ou qviei Iwt.raepuM Nit y CoiIIS1O" ;.h.. O"'FIU:. ( I paper, stitched and: covered, and furnished wise to patror.se the tii-
same.
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: I' n'ais nous rere\runs touotirCTI. s March! : li:7.; r cjmc: of Pensaccla are respect: :. at the low price of Two Dollars and Oftheirsiknoe, they will be } the c'unt'

p.it.iir les productions des: *..rivjins Ht'f f),f"irae nrdit'itii..-'.'uaui 'l'luJaj' ? .tL fullv qucsted to take notice that fifty cents perannum.. The Casket is a iDcnber. All atvertiieIU Coiiiidtjrj1
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qui v t-*' t bien hcivisfouriiirdesatxicifb 0' S.is r.f fLifl4 frigfr' andSloon I the poat Office will uniformly! be closed collection fr.U11 the choicest pieces of the ed in the intelligencer, will fee nta cOitin.

de *..> Ij" a 1:(II'tr dans If cadre ile noire I u f H Ir. I I II on Sunday at 5 o'clock( V. M. unless' SaturdayEvening Post, made with a reference unless odered to the contir.icd

I '. hum :. sort par exemple, ds HIDI- I ')',III t!. Comr7ii.Mon.-rs, of the Navy will 1 h Uhv Mailbhou'd'! be delayed later thantho to the difference which should I -.- conijy.. E M.

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I C :UI'\ i I' "'MS I de lit'ciature on )? pt.;sie. ,, tt KTC-.VC i Topoja'Is! until the 31at day usual hour of arrival; in which -case exist in the materials of a weekly paper, 1ITASBINg. r- -

1,an'.f''': <. u> r.igc'i :.iiVc.uX ,Its tIt! 0t ;Ii'i\ :" ,' 1 I'r furni..hilLi'e) Oaks the OtSce will ce kept open at least one and those of-R monthly) publication the l.i\\m. f. C.irV
'f
t\it. j .;t'v i' lesp.iis7S'librf% sq.iio culus iI.f ;PI'C' ( Ml LJ :..'Milds (which they will I hour. The Mail, although not due until I.I I. former of court enriched with : ,' ,

i; pert" ',.. ,'ihuII8UX :1-- :\ I t ; r )' ; i:1J.:1t1 : ) i h.ni.s i" ;' ''.;: ", -t the line, *rigttcs and i I 4 o'clock P. M., usually arrives soon : poetry, anecdotes, and1 chose set oft essays hy a, BY ,. 4

1t .. :. ,!cllt'ilteu ,; qIU" clc< :!Ieopb d; ..r; : \ ;:.e proportion: of pro- enough 10 be opened by 5 o'clock, so that I i recital of the occurrences of the week. AUTHORITY O: "i i.'r."y E:

: fle(4s.!, jjtiICU3C 1- .! .. ..t. ,Ie I mic.U':v;, 5. % f' '.I: !;, cut to dimensions i, the Office is usually open two boon.. ]I 'I'he latter can receive little value from SECOND OLfiSH.

I j (!e4 Uftl'S llPpis t.I\t! ,,: j, 'c d s that nt'! I us i\8,;..:': tsay'! 6000 Cubical I The Post Master therefore: requests, that i a mere detail- 6f events, many of which To he drLJfD1i 011

ti ) JIt'Uh *-* tl !h ''. 0 .11' d. :> 11ft I. !h.*; I ""ft f forth -!lIp ot the line SUOO-for each those who wiali to enquire for I letters on i would cease to be interesting before they June IVedi.ii.y, 1827 t4: 610

1 tie >n-.luc "% 44; ". ic'C** *.: ';. Lirojvs- ;:-';: : "'. :ul }JOC3 for each alrvn. The that day, will send Of call before 5 o'clock, : were recorded.Tne SIXTY

II 1r' 11'...:. o '. q 1.-" J' -Anb c-i'oli'> aux timber; :.\M L hs ctU fro.n trees grown i in and that he may be enabled to ck*: the I vast quantity of matter crowded JU1XaZit LOTTEn'l.-Nl B rm..w*;

I liv ni>. < ,4i.icsrf, ft t-n France, siitu'tioi'snot: : i-.oir; than 25 ir.ilebfivun the OLce at that time. I by small type and careful arrangement, LLOTS.

Jim. ,.t.rm'isci- Krnrctout ceq-ii u I lhhn't.1l' a' the following building The Post Of/ice is open on other days, into the columns of every number of the .

'1 3)ck.I1 n.kr i-, i n 's lLV Itt.tur:, 1 \'arusiz : Portsmouth, N. II., Boston, from breakfast time until dark ; except Saturday Evening Post, will in the I Prize of 10,000 is tfW'J(

I i-.i I iccc 't iio'.s jiarait stl{j"'lnt 1 I Ncw-i'ork, 1'uiladelphia! Washington and trout 1 to 3 o'cluckand duringthe time course of a month, furnish.the most am 1 3,506'3'.Sf.S

1)... ne" in.c idee de cc (jUt '\ldi' cticJK m ) Norfolk, during tl.c lear 1823, Id29 and u opening1 closing the M.iil.V pie materials from which to form an NestiIIg'perlodical :10 1,000 lOrk\J

N'Hifc h'n 1J1IC'11.t1Uae; I la1i 18JU( s ay on or befurc the 1st Notcaibcr ,20 500
: t;-iKns> \ Hasell Hunt woi k such! as the Casket 10,0013
i in each '. ,. 52
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('I'n-sjK-c'u--!. Noire prcioicr I iiiui.clojuiaitr : has been considered by its 100
% a Per--' (!::er!". viII be pleased toFtate Post Master. partial 51 5, ( '
is
ie 5 Mai prtirJiam ; <.usjnons {IT friends, tnd'such as we intend, it shall be.. 50 2,550SCHEME.
1 \le pubnc de IUI accordcr qui :iqn'aU'jntion, i'i. ( :.cularS! !Jieir terms per cubical Pensacola 20th April 1827. Notwithstanding the fact that the sk- 102 20 :
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I j'l' 1683
foot, O'ic t ,
iV" uvonsl'a but
cl t'i. n.l\l1t. mm ppriir.nous et is a collection 'from the e3iunir 8 r i.4f11475' -

! ) \ tl. :t;; (.c 4Ui plair MOUS r.cua flar.unaqu'i. propi'.1.: IM '>< |1,1 ;.i.Mn.iCuous: timber required Livres of the Saturday -Evening Post, 'we coif 4 45,900
i Frangais.ANS
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.':r'a a. cetie euirejris un Cco1i..J& li l- ; 21.-.>, (: !iu,''ii they be diipobed to offer dently predict and ind&od we -
i ral.r. t IIII' i..' it'/;; \ : .:' tams per cubical feet, | le nombre des Hvres francais, in the are sanctioned 13395 Prises -
net Id : D experience
for th"it iixi.n' : r.iiiectively, (due ot each j I arrives au magazin de libraire aPensacoie we already Tickets :O,5j''
II have that at 4
. .;<' up.x.ri ',S.J' M'' :r a ce qui prerl&tc it-rnt.e numerous will each.
Mcbsis. da: f/: .: i 1'1:1 71, .i 44, and a sloop) with I t il y a les suivants dont la lisle befounol. patrons In thia'scheme with
't rcdai uursiont the nine dr.
i tjiit u' nioiig subscribers to ; wn
ourweekiy b-.ots.
I tlHIi i...-ISCUOM-S J-inbcr, designaimg in est publi.Se .a part, en consequence des there will be 84 ,
: Ilia .'m.i.- l"'II? t'lIt quMs. not pas paper. A large number of those prizes with 'three rfris
ull cases itu.if ],iu.cs Ion the fraiite of a d votioll dol1t l'e) ercice est recommantte drawn numbers
who
L (:1. t ,fcqiu iiiris la repubJiquc t'.es take the "Post" depend that on them ; 18. 16 vtth
upon two
Itj! of the line, of a frigate, of a sloop, dar 1'dtflise Romaine aux environs du drawn
numbers
.. {u-iulue ; for the of ou them
Iei': i' -- n nrl'Ie5C assiz pourqu I paper news the week-it is ; and/ 1147 .:;fjl j
'1 and for promi /;uuut timber. The ofi'eiacan temps de Pa{lut. one draw.i
s I'.t.t', pui ent CIII.U'lltuer :.n si IC- therefore read with avidity by almost ev number on, mh king !'" J.;
e- <
: be nuule deliverable af an one oreither i.e romain $1 CC! >
ras ..'u-.r' i i. iv prise hUcrairt: :ls prttcr* ) paroissit-n rv member of the family whepe it is received prizes, Those tickets bavin. f none of
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or all) oh le yards above mentioned do. do. doc stir tranche 2 50 drawn numbers LI
t .t eiii K r <'. I'-attonjme. I and this general use frequently in-i: on them beincg bJur.k
L the cubicalfoot clelitiublc do. do. 1
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te'tr.s do.
; : ; per \- petit 62Jha To determine
1 .IIZ: 1\:\ us - diilerencc 75
at tt'ch, (.t u b? made semuine sainte 1 the 60
1 u Craqu1.\ t U" ]uiires qui s: render .t unfit for the file and for binding Vl"? "umoers, from Jfc to 60 nc1usive.will -
: the stated. Manuel! du Chretien 2 50
; by bidder J must De cist-nctly be
amsif ut lesj itislesqu' The numbers this severally placed in
a. VC'K a i'u- tr'dlu1, : toos by general -use a wheel'
t It is to-be uin-U. 'i-ilood that the Cor.iiiiissionerb .
:
; the
I ,4l 1 .;.u.faicnt i.t. i: C(,-. iu Unr.p;,idiiitiii EN OUTRE are not unfrequentlv lost, mutilated or day of tile drawing and* of then II
t
'-.ek-ct: n-ch oHers u'ul RSiin
\v drawn
I <9 ou 11.:11.:0 (h- ta puuiit-ii S a leurs Un nombre Ii' entirely destroyed, and the file-tl.usbrok- ; and that ticket having ? i it l
II #t to each busier suci- portion of the timber -grande: 0\'rtes i instructifs combination *;
tr\ l!;, e* It,. rVfll) 1h dcnrtt.o'III et C:1-'Jfce Casket. is calculated] to the 1st, 2d aad 3d dCLVir
-f tmu sints taft fran 'til prevent"this
leas eti Es-
than entire
required, (not one frame,) qu'en numbers will be
-( ( "I" : h uLrd'! r'JIII'r'I r. nous I and d iiiiiii.te such yards tor the deh\',:ijas pai iiol l et tics llomanj. inconvenience, and to furnish at a entitled to the pnze of

It icr1 rijir,; ;Monces; irju! nou fei>!isu. > l.a lihle very cheap price, all the useful matter S1l),000
.
for &ouscripiionpour la lecture
I t. JMci-je expedient the
pub.Ic
I
ey 111) That
\ rt1; ;j.!".!sir Cll.7t! Mivorcr d.nii, oire in:<.iv3i ; >...d! tcrtlicr, that no inonev I des livres[; francais, et otiveite au magaziu ti) which the weekly paper would be desirable to having on it the 4th, 5th. : ) d'6tb

Icu -.', tiru.ie ictrii-uuou circumstances de la librairie raison wlron bound.-In thus giving a
will at an tune under a de Si mois.
) : any par Those 10 tickets ,2sSf
'. c > ,->>t uuitJ i cc jourl,1: unit payabhtu1'avance. peimanent form, and select association I to having on them tJ .
[
be advaiicijd, Hl l that III be
11l1lW
pud 6th
cii* .. .,. a I'lmurm.prie:: CheZ M(. A u the choice pieces of our weekly contnhutoib -. and 7th ; 5tb, 6th and S'l|, 5th 6th

X. HI'!'..,,. ; ie do CIJr\lc r\3 17_ until an actu.ii tlefUt-ry of tiu.IJtr ; th..t .6.1YLEI.ICA1'l r .!. it is confidently anticipated that 9th ; 5th. MiandStb 5th7Mr&9s ?
.. bond, \; \iti\ t .\ >> orinoie suflicient Jurciiu, 8th and 9th 6th 7tii ; .
1., pitx d(>* (I.. \\'lsr.r1pilta lk ,10 new and successful inducements will I be and 7d&
-' P:\ .in, pajab'c! a dcu.andeIu' for the t.-uil.thiul discharge of any cou- We wish that even men of this held out for the tsercise of superior talent aiid9tli ; 6th, 8th and'9tla ; niCStThose .nd

3- t.l-j (
1 or' of such bund \\ il! be OtI(' third t.e! ealirua- \\uuld have t'4e' kindness to make it -in addition It> the 20 tickets having en ,hJ'T
recomnwndahon
'.. e.1.)ti f _: V'fJ.t.. ,'t.\'D, tcd amount f till cojitract.! Moreover, known that ,o any one uha will pro of neatnest in the gene rat appearance -- 2d, 3d and 8th ; 2d, Jd and 91g ?: -

that, as additional 1Ii11 Jluterai secuiit) curejir subscribers remit on their -and particular attention to the typographical andSthi 2ci. 4lh and 6th ; 2f.? ;A'4
t !
1) or was stolen .ten per cci S20, we a copy execution,'it is our intention ; 2cJ, 4th & 9t /L'MI
f ffjin
I: )Ji. Charlesi.av.tic's will bt ic.wivc(5 and withheld! until r the American Farmer without charge-<*rt' embellish each ntimner of the '"Casii- A: 6tb 2d, 5th 5c 7th.I.. ,. .-? -l ,_' .. n ?
.. - -
Brick Yaular bh1 l be J eo Oth ;!
the coitrac: : fully complied with 5th and 9th ; I.
t any one whrili.pro.cure.five subscribers, ciwuu tnree luudjome ; 'H. 6thn. 7 -
1I" th's place, on ('r n out of ngraviogs, : tl t! ; 2J, 5th
-t to the sa-ia/action the Commissioners will fcod8th
. ; be allowed to retain go on his re- fron? the hlaruisIhtutne of the ; 2J,6th ..nJ9ih- .
' the 15t-i of last month, land that in all deliv cries of timber, a due milting the $20. We most dihtinguisl Hth 2u 7til, and !_ 7-! J.ud
regaining beg also !- ed artists of the ; 9th 2dt. ,,
It', 0 \i< \ J.. thna! ben/trcn twelif Rialfr'1'n proportion of*he moat difficult parts ot the country. 311 4th ; : : I jlh ; I
to repeat that all u Inch is With these claims aILI 5th 3d, 4ti!
necessary to ;
vrar* (.f *ge, of very J'Atk ci nnS frames sltBbc delivered, cUierwi-, it Le patronage, the 4th :ta" 6'}. ;::1. I
dune
%7 to by any one, wishing to sub (; uJ..et" will, -as bias been and 7th ; eaCh,
'
pit >i II.I., shor aiul stoutl) formed. i 4iis bhull Le at the option of the Coinunssiou- scribe previously JOG
Those
is to enclose a five dollar note bv mettionc1.be afforded 52 other! tickot
ii IhiLl.i I j. .' tely J irvm Norfolk, Virginia, andluting ] era to withhold uch nmoutit, in addition mail, at the rid of ami addressed to tflr for that to those v. ho subscribe Ctllhl to contaiu d whie''xlI ho

IJ' no knowledge of the rountn'm3)' to he te; per cent above iiientioucd Editor paper exclusively at tilt It of the .American Farmer .Btiltiin.re," low prke-ot.oU umbers, each,
inatteirptin tn make this i.Iace, hue taIcen for the perv+r, a j>UOS i'lp- 111O
; as they may Judge expedient pub- -and whether the money be received orflUt Mon which it is Iluse 51 ticket I 1.1
ill4 a iuail 1t"ldinrr into the interior of the lic interest until illicit deficient confidently believed, is : i'UP'. tHiQ of t1c
propai-- tiiepaper will be forwardedimiite much! than ; rawn nUlUbt.'rsand
lower that l for ,
U country 'I cm lli'llare reward will be lion of di jettii% timbers: shall! be deliveu-d ; diately, and the actual receipt of exch Jicatiou of a snmLr any otner Jut '!d, each, etw6ti 1s. and
character
g J'I. for lits delivery to me at Pemacola and-it is further to be understood, that number of the volume! will be in th.scoul1u'but rJlOiC" 102 t1Ckc SO

it .sl-r-. '" .':lIil the county of Kscan'bia, all famenta wit be made at the places by the Editor. guarantied I to the subscribers of "The tll"&Wllllumb baving two of the

fti.c .w. lIlY uollar re ward and all t ijasonfcble ; vf delivery. Saturday Evening Post" rbe Casket" ns and !IO.i two the :3J ill
;ft The American Farmer 'vill be furnished 'HII O: the 4lU anii !
is
tor
paid, if taken without the -Tnosc who publishedweekly S tOO. th, I ach. 20
expenses; offer to
1IjI, Count: -}.. I of tin* Umber may are further supply requested any part to i by J. S. Skinner, Postmaster of ATKINSON & ALEXANDERPhiladelphia. ..Hotilt."r All otlcn: (eil1 '.- 16&3 'mckts) with
Uallimorc two jf t'
: printed on fine the size lC drawn
paper 1IuIiller3
Tb. Law state particuLi iy their own residence the Jt
SUII, ordinary folded Subscriptions to the CJLSK&T ;,1 em ecLi.ind ,
and newspapers, so as to received .
residence of their
17. S. 41 I rflZ3l.I'tflSC'T names sureties, to make 8 pages ; about one half four at this Office. ail those i
or them
-avuig on :
II, 10'b 18:7114 forward letters from uuch persona, slating vf the drawn one en-1:
May.
-- .- ----.. thr.r willingness to become urctic.; and pages, devoted to practical Agriculture[ ; NEW UUlJ1bcJ' (being U... .
> ESTABLISHMENT.The
the remainder: to Internal .dttts.) 6ach,
Les Abmines Improvements.
also to tor No
competency Ilural and Domestic ticket wb ;Csi! shall;
Economy selcc.s-
r to i L: It cture des Livres Fran cais ot such persons as sureties to the aions for : i nze ota sup.ri, have drawn a
housekeepers
,. fwr which female[ eaderr ( denOnliJlation be
amount CAl
-p'
So.i. 4..1 M-ms que le prop taire du they may become tnd Natural tmd .nr tIed to an ; Iftior
Itura
History
"Spirts. pri2en .
rna-"iu fie la Jjb:Hirt', \icnt de receVoir directed bound. to All the oilers Commissioners are to be sealed of]the and Na- A minute i rules and title page to the Eagle lNy K% Tavern Prins I plL' ,thit f'Jrty days after the

) une partie den rowans nouveaux \ t.ole"Cume] is published, and forwarded 1J'9WIInil 3a 1' r.:: tf the usual leduc.
and endorsed with the
qu'il attendait, ft qu'il peut satisfaire vy following with the lat number of each volumeA tion of fiftee percent.l.eksiul .
words, viz : Offers to furnish Live
deuiandes Oak
aux dcs ANDTRAVELLER'S J.
personie qui ont single number will be sent tuany one. B. }14'J'ES
under the-advertisement of ,
12th
Match
aOl tet deccflei qui voudront saus- who dchirs to a specimen of REST. t. 'l }
t C1'irti (et .abonncment 1827..ItThe may see thepublication. .L oJ 1' 11.lj: j Afanog.c:

il i'fmle timber isttrbe inspected and TUE Subscriber informs 11 a'1M:, ::tJ1i. 'J
les alms -ie propres des science measured the pub 'diNlg a 67.

qtiV a re u u:: petirnombre d' ,x. according to the rules established To all Editors who will give the above _T lic, that he has opened a nuuse .OrdeN '' "tl1uCJi.' Book-stor

.-f f cn.pisirej j ) de 'icLttoi-! d'un Voyage ari- bv the-tioard, a copy ufwhich may be ole or two insertions, we shall feel much of Public Entertainment :n the will be C uly atie-.iUf .
.
. en, f"r Nt '.* \ tL pJlr.. Roocrtson, et obtained on application to the 'Navy A indebted, and will gladly reciprocate their house .formerly occupied by Maj. Hall "

d'4u. n.il: iu .-ui !1'4tosttion, inlpric ent either at 1 eiibucola, Savannah, kindness. for that( purpose, fronting the. public, wr&ii2"A .
I f "OnMs .
.
# Charleston S. C. Norfolk which he has fitted ,1,60 f. !.. : ..'11 tile
eu 1!";u:.,is ;par les souts ( e1. A. I.. Uoi- Washington, square tip in a con-: lie pub-
I man I tva-.rri! la Nouieiie Orleans ; le Baltimore, l'lliladelplia! \ew-York, JJos- :P. S. The American Firmer is circulated venient manner for the reception ef tra gi'fleraiy! hat he keeps the

i pet >oun.f] .tia In u\ec ;\idit4i; 'tous ton, or V 1iS1NJIth, N. 11. through every State and Territory, vellers and other His table will alwaya iL 7LaTz2&'$ UOT2L.

.. ) ct x qu. KJI. jnlou\, d lt" )jicivtrerd&n par la Any bd: nov n.if.e in cojjformity to this and is written fof by many of the most be supplied with the best whft the: '; will take peat pC..UI: i'1 acco'uflO.ttngthobo -

pl.> 'qu(_ :t r;:
dVxj'f.ii nccs trcs i-.iiercssaiites: les within the timr heiei 11 limited for receiving Union. best of liquors. No exertion .will be Qutom.Tallahassee

quclli: .cv.i r.miues dans ui style net et bulb, c.ir.not be considered. wanting 011 the part of the proprietor, IQth Feb. ISgy 1 J...3 t.i .

I ,. "itk tout Lttt-r.; Le prix ectd. I I 5- tolet Jul)' ,1-0.'>7. Yo St1c Lo'W. to render general satisfaction to those i.1dREE 01' Four entlem'et 7 who -
who favor him may
with
: ,' - may their company. u wish to fr00i
... M P7 IN my absence Capt. 1.-Cruppcr U au fta House and Lot-itua ted His stable are well calculated for A 'num -o'n during rC.re the Summer the bugle nfthc

-.- -- tlutrijed to receive and pass receipt S > THE the Public Square, the : ber of horses-.and a good and attentive : commodateo with month eu

_' .r.''I f .'. I'I"r".I.r. .. ot an.> monies due IHe. also to nuke con- It .property of the late Col. Ostlerwill'at all times beat hand 4 t the }' comfortable QP.1-
4; ., 'VOl. rry.hpnse, o,' Ilt'er .'Ji 1n t ,Ilt
rcb.for the hire of 'Familiefl
my negroes &c. or Gentlemen who wish ;
King.-For terms apply.to nay -'e
tht'prniIege ottie
Exttuteditli t neatness and feir.-bu.t !
can .be Accommodated with ifbfa
'private ,' '
Willis.Pcnsacol
iSj-rdC. Y. H. Nisbrt.Feruacela apartment. :> njroverwitUor
Of : this office .. GEG. FISHER.Tal j3iSCs1cri.
;;. ot' dispatch at *Feb. 26th 1327..-53 .-tl. 5th Aj>rfl 1827.-o---a; ahNSCC, D. M-l-*" Feaucoh- term % wply *t 114, offic .

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