Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: June 22, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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eva..ISUt. ) %1XEILf, UY I [Jltrc-.Vo.! &-f.! ] J their successors in oSfice 1 bo the b-r, : ,.,. 1Jl.....,," .a-'-...,..,-t.: ',' 1o.f.-...h... ::
applied the deed
An act fJr the r.ulnal of the r same on under either of or bodfes ;f
improvement '
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or disposed of by them, for the sole I their hands '1 J
i of the Cuited States. j and within three months their 6;
SOLE: EDITOR A5r PROPRIE10tti and benefit respectiye heirs and suctHwaor : ;: ,;. .
Be it enacted, by thi Senate and ,I use ofthe said City forov- thereafter, the clerk of tho county other than the .

uifztr ifUie Laws of the United States f House of Rlprl'lll lives, of the United I cr : Provided, That no part of any where the parties making such deed ances decrees! parties to.such COflVO.4. .

and of the Territory of I1orda. States of America, in Congress chim, arising from acts of Congress, resides, shall certify on the 'original those, or judgra&rife, aad .. ;<' :ii. cl, <:1j. .'. f
claiming under them .. .
all .
SCBSCRIFTIOS-Tc.r g5 ass/tnbled, That for the gradual improvement known as donations or pre-emptions deed that the person before whom tIt. 1.interest. and demand,'. righlj .: : i ...... )1.

Half year 3 of the Navy of the United bj.t: IW reported list of actual settlers! such deed was acknowledged, i is a or' of as they; 1;, '.. ",.."''1-!,. ;":+i.t.. ,
Quarter year 1 50 I State the of five hundred thousand or) from of the any every therawoiildhave. ba t.-- '/ /'
Subscription payable in advance. sum grants recognized by any judge superior court, judge in case this act had not passed. : : '
I dollars t for six Treaty, shall! be covered taken of the <{ f .\.. ; ', '
per annum, yoars, I or by county court notary pub- Sec. '
AiiVLRTUiNG Every advertisement 7. And be it further nacttd I .
' _f the width of one column and measuring I I is hereby appropriated, to he applied I tins grant, but the same shall he C11 lic or justice of the peace, (as That a deed of of ;; :: ?: :

not m ire than twelve lines of this type first I; as in this act prescribed, and as may, 1 cepted from, and held as not coverelor tho case may be) and that due faith estate, if made in conveyance a place real .. ., '. '. ,,:
,'rti'm dollar, each wecMy continuaws I hereafter interfered with this and beyond the .. I. .
in>! one be directed by law. by : act. credit to be given to any act limits of tho Uhited States '
fu/ cents ; longer and wider ones nt Sec. 2. Andbr.itfurtf'tremicttd, Sec. 3. And be further enacted, done by them, and the seal of the there shall be where .:, .
rate. Rule and figure work no public minister
tn.same ;
% That the President of the That shall issue the shall 'i'F.. :14 :, .
be ,
United affixed
patents .
doubie price for the first insertion. Ad ; upon county to certificate consul I., consul 1 of the United ..4 : # "." ,

YI'laments will be tastefully displayed, States be, and he is hereby, authorized i pressnuilion: of said certificate of the I and such deed certified as a-, States certify the act of the :*, ." -:', ...,'',;,..:...
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ato:din,r to the nature of them, and will to cause to be procured, Ship timber j Regisjrr; : and Receiver aforesaid, fir .i forc-nid.shall be admitted to record deed, and the grantofsuch ." .t : .jo. :. ".
be measured by matter 0 f this size tjpe. the said of land, within testimony : :<
suitable for the construction of qu-mtity ; not exjeodiujT : sny county in this Territory the
When inserted interval that is in- thereto, such act of the '
at *, ( not
terted every week, from the first to the vessels of the various classes now recognized four sections, to the corporat'oiol ; where the land may lie ; and shall be party may be made before two sub. .', ."..-; 1'. .. .:

las in eition) each insertion will be char in the Navy of the United the City of Mobile, in the same deemed as lawful: as if the same had I scribing witnesses and a civil officer ; -I". .

mi a!oo a ae:v advenisement.-Amounts for i States ; and also the timber proper manner that; p-itenii now issue upon been executed in tIts said county and of such place, and the identity of such .

advert.sing payable always on demand. i for ihe construction ofsteam batteries ; the final ceitificate for other public the clerk for giving such certificateon civil officer and 0
J:::::? Liberal contracts will be made with i lands. credibility being cer* -
those who wish to advertise by the year.iJ' and to take the pioper measures for the original deed shall receive one tified by a consul or vice consul in .

: : Communications directed to WHasell having the said timber duly -soned AppiovcdMarch,3id 1827. dollar, to be paid by the party ac the United States, ofthe government

Hunt, lost :Master, Pensucola, will and preserved, so as to be iii for immediate JTrm.ico.. .hl."f": ] knowledging the oetf. of which such be
be duly attended to. An act 10 provide lor the completion/ of t!* Sec. 2. J3t may a part, a
I use. further enacted That
deed thus
L.l from certified
I( : upoi.U opposite to .Mi-mphN; shall, if presented
-p---- .---=----------p.----__ Sec. 3. And Iht it further e.nartrd, !' \- Suite: : of IVnurr, to LittlnKock! i in ih!int'i ,- where the parties reside in any otherS I for record, be admitted to the
same as
Laws of die United States. That the President of the United 'I'ernt.lry..11.rk.IJJSa5. st: for liter pu Ii)3. ne, and are about to convey land good and valid.

-States be, and he ts }hereby, authorized ; lie lie it etiacUd1, by the Senate and lying within this Territory, it shall beliwful Passed January 19th 1827.

to take the proper measures 10 ts.e: ofl\epresentatlresofihe! United for them to proceed in like H. D. STONE ,

preserve the live oak' timber gro\vin
the lands of the United States, assembled, That the sum of nmr county officers of such State, and the GEORGE E. TINGLE, Cl'K.
dlOtlS;'wjsixt.y-five ciol!.irs be, and i lie Approved, January 20th, 187.
and he is also authorized to reserve same shall! be as lawful as if executed WM.P.DU'/AL,

from sale :such lands, belonging; the same is hereby, appro: itcd, iu aid ai the county where the hnd lies. Governor of the Territory of Florida.1v .
of the unexpended !; .. of the --, -- -' .- --
United States, as may be found to nee Sec. 3. lie further enacted, That
contain live orkor; other timber, in former appropriation:; ?'> !;-e sam; object any person or persons! about to give .ITW1

sufficient'qinnrity to render the same for I lie con-, '!c'-.n' TLJ! road a power of attorney to another, residing .....- .

valuable for naval purposes. from a point Opoie: !i '.) Alnnpi) in in any other comity within this ..... 1

BY AUTHORITY. Sec. 4. And be it farther enacted, I. the D _I.State:.. .t.of_ .rr.Tmsv. : : >... 'o'. Llein : Territory, may acknowledge the & t r.:,l.. : ,:i
[ PUBLIC-No. 51.] That the President of the United LLUCh, me i errool: Arkansas! same before the .judge of the 'count ..;:;f; ,;
An net tl) null; '.n/.r the Governor&L't>r.HtheCniijiril States to be paid, as the ; .i r..: ic required .&,L, .,
of Finrida, to provide for holding id- be;, and he is hereby, auThori/- out of -.j.y court, or a justice of the peace of the !,!.o.!.:-t, ,!: ." I.,.
dill 1II1' H''n1' of the:3upiiorCuurtt3ihcrciii.:: cd to raiLsc to constructed uvj dry any im n.-y in the T, e isury, county where the person about to acknowledge 'Y'. _.;; ...-c... .. I ..
ice it f71acrd1 the Senate and locks the Hot otherwise! ; npprjjjvi. lei< by I liw. the -- :;.8'
on most approved! plan) ?: for same may reside, and '
ILu.te oj Ktyrf.sentatwes, of the 1?- f the use of the N-ny of the <. Hired Sec.. 2. And iJe'it jurt/LCr Inacted, the clerk of the county shall! certifvunierhis r "

lit.ltats ( r America, in Congress States, the one of said Docks to be That lie President; of the Un-ied I county seal, that the siid! From ike AI.>.,islppian.

as>!>tiiflcd, That the Governor and erected at some point lo the Souihj States be, and ho is I hereby, nuthor- person j is a judge or justice of the ,Line* on Mftsoury ;
ized ,
J.t' nive Council of the Territory and the other to the ;Noith-of Potomac to c .use -i mil't-y,: -o :li to uc op.ned peace, (!'tS the case may be) and such Occasioned by hi>t.n,* person,*. '1c.1.0 were

o* F1.)' Ilia are hereby authorised., River. I 1'roin! Fort .Smith, on 'he Ar power of attorney so certified, being not !Mitsonj, speaking lightly f the In,

ur .: ngrcss shall otherwise direct, Sec. 5. And be farther enacted, I kansas nvpj, to Fort '1Jws,-n, on theI I I produced the clerk of the court, slitutio!i.

to ; ,'; 69 by law, for holding theSt That the President of the United lied rixer, and f.oni th-uce) bomh- .I \here the person resides, to whom hail Hail! science, principles of purest divim-thought! ; ,

.ior Courts of said Territory at States be, and he is hereby, authorizedto wardl> to the IVotihf.n; bouujirv.. !the p'iwer is made, and in which the! That order out of chaos outfit ;
s1h other places' within their resprr- cause the necessary examinations of the Stare of Loiia.unu: bv I !hu, ,uesa: is to be done, shall be admitted That caused the light to shine.

t\c:: Districts; as may be necessary and enquiries to be made, to ascei tam VV itshiug ton, in H-impst t"atl l County, to record in his office, aDd such

ibi the more convenient: administration :: the practicability and expediency of fouWm'r iho high} Kind lit vecn! dIe r I power shall be deemed stilnciont. When Tim the Omnipotent first cause

justice therein. erecting a Marine Railway for the ic- in waters of'he \Vsiiita! ::nd Roi rivcis, i I \V here tho person or persons making Lltablish'rnature's onrth's foundation perfect Idiu laws-,
Ai'rrove 3rd March. 1827. (pan (sloops of war aud other vesfls &u.uu. direction of Xjch.iocljo., Louis-I such power of attorney resides in a- 'Twas not without thy aid.
<- of an inferior class! at l'en acola, I ,
PcBLir ?io. .7vJnMt. %IIv luc. mv live* euV.
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AD _to; to inlpl oC tho Xriii/atioa of the Ohio ind, if it shall! appear fror.i such enquiry See. 3. Beitfurthc-enacttiJ, Tiiat: sh/ill proceed as above required, ex- Were used on that occasion ; I

River. mi (anti) examination, that such the President b--, -uij n)t; r is hereby, i cepr (hat the seal ofthe State or Territory Then all was peifect. just, and true,

Je it cnficted, by the.! Senate end Railway would bo useful lo .*he Navyf authorized tf) employ s-ich p.irt of the I sh ill be affixed to such power A sure und safe foundation.

JFioust oflifprecntativcsofthe? ; United trOOpS of the United Suites ...s he of'ittorney.S .
the United Sta'es, Mild can be c:>ustiucted The blue ethereal arch was raited,
Mate* of Amn ica, in Congress at a reasonable cxpeii; 'hat dunk proper, to survey) aid constnict. 4. Be it further enacted, Tnat Exalted high to He:iven ; '

assimbicd, THaI '11 sn'iS, sa\\yeis, he cause; the same to be on.truotcd: I s.iid road ; and for ih |nupose of carr it sh.ill and) may be lawful in such Then compasses and plumb were used,
io-j. ul obsirsif) ions of iuto whese deeds have been rccorde Aud perfect order given. .
StLI.sS, : eve- ou the most app-oved plan. I } inc eilec; tiie pr\ ;- i'llj' of tIns cases,

ry dtsmpMort) which it nd to endanger act, tile sum of t twelve thousand dol- awl ihnfeme cowl hith not relinquish -
Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, Planets by thee were taught to ,
V. the} sRMint: .*,'t riavigttoii of the Ohio That the President ot the (Unod I lars be, &:; the s:!sine ;s }hereby, appropiiated her right of do ever in the Each in its proper sphere; range

r K.vei, ai (ny navigable sages: ol the States be, and! he is hereby, autiio : to he ji.i.d out of any money SlP.U for her to relinquish her right To follow lines that never change,

u-aicr, and which) piosent thenwlves, ed to cause; the Navy Yards; oi; :1.-1 in tItrfrCisui.y( hot otherwise! :: appro- to the lands so deeded, before a And rules that cannot err.

,, and are to b(4 found, on'the banks and piiated.Approved3J. I judge of any court in this Territory,
United States to be thoroughly exam-i The sun was set to rule the day,
fides of the River shall be removed March ]327.l'ilLlCXO. I of the or public
ned and plans t be prepait-d; and justice peace, notary The moon to rule the night ;
t 30 that the navigation of said River sanctioned, the Pres-doni! for the I [ 57.] of the county, and such jiuVe, justice Th'- s'arrj canopy on high .
may be rendered at all times safe ; by An act concerning;! the lu< aiion ,'land reervec1 : or notary ha\ in? previously examined I I To shed thy glorious light.
I of the siincand the j .
rnprovcinent III l hi.M! : ol a -irIIIiki1ry of Lea1L11Ig; in tLc .
and the same shall be done under the ,ltc 1"LuuJlLLIa. her as is before directed, shall certify I
% reservation of the public 'J And lbThou'st taught him l JOf
supervision; and direction of.he Secf(-: from which } deviation property I Je it tnacttd, by the Senate and the same under his hand and seal. labor, and of skill- every
fiein plans IJ()
tary of \Var, and through 'lie aid of shall hereafter, be made but I his ; House Representatives, the United St>c. 5. Be it further enacted, That As well to rule th"> inman heart, '; ,
with by j whvre has died or shi! Aud guide the human will. ," .,
some practical agent acquainted order. I States of America, ill Congress any person ,\

the situation of the River, its respective } special assembled, That the decrei'ti i v oi'the hereafter, intestate leaving: his ",':...
Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, : I To help the wretched in their need, -.: .
bars islands and danderous (dangerous be and he is heirsor of them, infants, or having !
That the appropriated by this I T.easuiy hou-by, authorized any To heal the Bounded breast; :.
Fl ) places and parts ; and he act shall not money be transferred to j to locate a quantity of land, made a will, shall not in such will The naked! clothe, the hungry feed{ y..

I ii shall likewise cause the channel of other object expenditure, nor shall any J not exceeding two entire townships, have: authorized his executorsor some Aud give the weary rest. .' k

said n i\'cr, at a part usually called the i reserved by the eleventh section oldie fit person, to make deeds of ol'e.r- ,
any part thereof be carried to Such are thy' works, most glorious art,
the Grand Chain, near its mouth, so fund denominated the surplus fund ; | act of the twenlv-iirst* April, eghtoon; ; anceor to !ransf :ror, make assignments 1'lI.v principles. and deeds ; '

to he deepened, by a proper channel and annual shall be submittedto hundred and sx, ,.nd by the seventh in performance of his contracts, and Through nature all and every part,

formed, that, at the usual state of the Congress reports of the expenditures under section ofthe ct ofthe third; March, having previous to his death executed Thy influence still pervades. _

water, Mcani boats may be enabled this act, and the measures taken to eighteen ii'inuieJ and eleven, for th4 bonds or any instrument of writing: Then why should FOLLY e'er pretend. -

safely to pass and repass the same. the same into effect. use: ol a sennn..ry of }leaning in the b.niimg: him to convey any tract or Or InyoRAKCl, to blame

Sec. 2. And be further enacted, carry Approed3d March, 1827. I 6rate of Louisiana, on ,my of the .public lots, in such case it shall( be lawful That which they do not COMPREHEND,

That, for carying this act into effect, lands o in s.,.d State, Ill".;(:.:tions corresponding for the administrators! executors to Nor KNOW, aught but the name._ '
PUBLIC-No. 65.
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the MIm of thirty thousand dollars be, An act granting to die Corporation of the Cityof ) with any of the log ,l d- apply to the county court where --- -- '

an.', the vime is hereby, appropriated Mobile the right of preference in purchase j I VISIOns into which he public 1 hnds land lies, to appoint three fit persons I'OBIIIG5.
of four sections of land, or a quantiy equalto gu-irdiansofsuch infants, who shall -_ -
!, out of Dioney in the Treasury I are authorized to be surveyed. Jamaica
any four sections, ator near Spring Hill, in the From a Paper.
not otherwise appropriated. County Mobile. I Sec. 2. And be further enacted, have full power and authority to con- Colombia is in a ruinous state.-
Be it enacted by the Senate and I I That the of said any tract or parcel of land, to the ,
Approved 3rd March, 1827. so soon -.s location vey P still rules in Venezuela, and tho
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Hcust ofJlcprescntativesofthe United -! lands shall be made aforesaid the entitled to the same, which the
| person
as : I
[PfBLic-No. :;3.) Colombians have laid up their Navy,
An art to print a certain quantity of Land tothe States of America, in Congress : title thereto shall be, ;md is hereby, decedent bound himself and his heirs, I and discharged their Officers and
Suteof: Ohio, for the of making in instrument of wri:ingto convey,
purpose assembled, That the Register and i vested iu the State of Louisiana, for any She i is dismantled that even
a Road fro1l1 Columbus to ?andUtkv.; men. so
Be it enacted, by the Senate and !. Receiver of the Land Office at Saint i the us of a seminary or seminaries of agreeably to the tenor of such ins'rumelt made- Ferdinandof Spain could overrun her

House of lieprtsentatives, of the Uni- I Stephen's be, and they are hereby, '''I' learning therein, as the Legislature of and such conveyance so Her citizens are not fit for liberty,
shall be as valid and binding upon
authorized and receive
to said State direct.Approved .
ted States America in Congress may and the generation must
of rresent pass
the heirs if made by tho ancestor,
from the Corporation of the City of 3d March, 1827. as
assembled That there bC, and are __ ___ ... __ before she can have that virtue,
j Mobile, the sum of one dollar andtwentyfive .-,- I-4 k.1W" ,'''-.- .. _-'...r .... in his life time ; Provided however, away
hetfby, appropriated to the State of for :LAWS OF ?LO)? !: >A.Au that nothing in this act shall be so without which a Republic cannot ex
Ohio for the of aiding the cents per acre, a quantity ist. How will she ever that virtue
purpose j I ---- --=-=====' the infant representatives -
land four construed as to prevent
not exceeding sections amend the
act to act
Columbus an concerning
and Sandusky Turnpike if not free 1
i of such defendant from ,
Company in making a road from Co- j at or near Spring Hill, in the conveyance of Real Estate. I Colombia.-The late accounts
lumbus half' County! of Mobile, and State of Ala- Be it enacted, by the Governor and ; instituting suits to recover such land, it
the as beingin
to Sandusky City, one from this country represent
of I 1 I bama ; and, upon the receipt of said Legislative Council, of the Territory \ or a compensation in damages for the condition. Bolivar
a quantity of land equal to two sections : a most deplorable
:sum as aforesaid, the said Register of Florida, That wharo any person j person or persons to whom it shall be in
side of said learn
on the western ] as we by a passenger
road thereto !! and Receiver shall issue their certificate is about to convey a tract of Und, ilIull] conveyed, if any fraud shall have been, Athenian at Caraccs
and most contiguous to the brig was
and in the of the Cor- resides in other thin that i practiced in obtaining the same. .
be bounded by sectional lines, from to, name any county almost pennyless, and in by n()
one, end of said road to the other, 'poration I of the City of Mobile, for in.wh ch the land lies, it shall and maybe I I Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That poor means an enviable situation. Santan-
the said quantity ofland not exceeding lawful for such and his wife : all conveyances by commissioners
wheresoever the same remain person I der, on tho other hand, is stated as.
may aforesaid. if he has and I I and sheriffs hereafter to be made, for '
four sections as ( ) to acknowledge ,
unsold, reserving to the United States j; any being farther in tho interior, rolling ,
I be ehacted subscribe deed for the in the I! lands, tenements, or hereditaments, '
each alternate section the whole.! Sec. 2. And further a same, in wealth-having obtained the control -'. .
length of said road, through the lands That for, and in consideration of the presence of a Ju
of the United States, to be selected sum aforesaid, paid as aforesaid, thatI court,judge of the county court, no- i I I I ment of any court within this Territory declared .I I British loans. At C Carthag a,, great \r .

b.tlI' Commissioner of the General !I I all the right and claim of the United I II tary public, or a justice of the peace I shall be, and they are hereby, for distress: prevailed ; the 'frigat s "batf I

1/uul I Otl c(', under the direction of I States, to the said quantity of land, and such judge, notary, or justice of to be good and effectual such been demanded; and their crews dis .

the Pios.c'uu' : Provided, That no !I not exceeding four sections, in the the peace, having previously examined -: passing the absolute title to charged! in a starving!: condition.'" .The ".

toll ilr.-ll ;at any time be collected of County of Mobile, & State aforesaid, the wife, apart from ths husband, :.' lands tenements, and hereditaments and all, I misery of thus**., added to that of Oth*:. ': :;.:..
be and the same is hereby, vested in whether she, with her own free will .'to the purchasers thereof, t drove tWmto'cofilfmit
mail, ters the
Ufly : nor of place, .r
any troops, or savin to ....
propeitvofilip I 'ited State the Mayor and Aldermen ofthe said and consent, relinquished her Tight: 1 j I persons claiming: under them, robberies> at .every naaid -. tepT '>:. ;
Approved !11U'C1J 3nJ, 17. I City of Mobile, for the time being & dowef io such lands, shall cojftify i l this Territory every,pers on J ., *' 4, *.,*. "

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to his Honor of the author we dp not hesitate to recommend ='!L- N.- .4' h,_, .
in tIle 0 law passc,i in December 152., to repair to i tvboletfay, wnwi he applied '
open day. ur informant was I Court for a Writ it as worthy the attention of those
the of the County
West for the collecting mll- Judge .
Key I
attacked in a street in that city, at an t purpose which being granted, who wish to store their minds with useful s1u1
iiabcai ;
due to the Tel ritory. o Corpus
C.1i I 1y roiif iti .he evening; by a sturdy ncy 2nd.-By his own letter, it appears, that }j the learned Judge ordered the prisoner to knowledge.the A work.map of West Florida accompanies lit

fciUftvvuhu knife, who demanded1 he had, in Frb. 1626. secured for the' be turned loo.se, ultho' his Advocate admitted i i I
committedand The gentleman to ,.
same proposes
regularly 't.
in the sum that his client was
)h." moui )-uut the prompt .md imjH'iturbcii Territory ( money and" ) detained the only point, as somethought publish a History of East Florida, and for .c W
I of $VS79 aud 10 Cents. |
conduct of the person he as- honor had a right to exa this purpose he u uow collecting information. -- .
3rd. He did the Territory his --
not.return to i -
ade. .ndthe !he displayed ;: country of Florida .-Idem. "F-O'lt: or'e.s \ =
: ; weapon; from tIe Noith. \\hither he went from Key mineOh, good .

in return, compiled him to make a West, far more than a year. ; who would not like to dwell where laws Among the curiosities of our times is the - -------------- -- ,-

i precipitate retreat. In a word the 4th.e are still ithout a'Treasury, a i-eso wise and so permanent their publication clamor made against Col. White, the Delegate ARRIVED.June .

. and prisoners guilty of S'I eat crimes are so prompt J their observation 10 to Congress from Florida because he :I 15th.-Schr. Rebecca, Johnson, BouI -

: fortunes of L Colomuia appear to be at turned loose upon the community," for Strict and every part of the public :: will not come out on the presidential election -i I Secure Bay; with Lime for the ivy YjfL

I the \CIJ lo've: ebb Our next account the want of fund ou'which to support themin service so scrupulously executed, by well j i verily, party is the madness of the :t 16th.; -U.S.Ship John Adams, .>WeV"il
will informed ami disinterested Officers ! I| kill on Esq.Commander, from a (rc& e.
from this unhappy; country prison. I many for the benefit of a few Why
; 17thchr. RedouBlable Foster
, I be looked for wish the deepest and Such are the facts, and we have done no All of thii& nay however, have been seen I J should Florida du aught tniii m
A fearful crisisis mure than publish them, with the enquiry, i in other countriecqually blessed with lawmakers !:[ enemies, while totally destitute of the powerto : Schr. Coaster, C:1i l'Ol1fobile: ; w.
; Tnost painful interest. :: .
"\ has become of the money collected! t tVhat ant' law-approvers, who like : do good to her friends T Politically, she :;I ber for the Navy Yart .U:

evidently at hand.-.-.-{.|Ar.. Y. Gaz. Did uc draw any inferences from these ours, never Ic gislated for private purposes ; ': is yet nothing. But perhaps, some body'I 2llth.--U. Tlanllport Srhr. F O'id"P.kcr
.. : ..-, .- ; ra factsor m. iuuutu aught, disreputable to t Florida, therefore, could not boast of anything wishes to get Col. White's place, and the Tampa Baj" Passengers, Mrs. Lea ,'n ar4

MISCBLLANY.cz the E -Secretar, I ? o-we.left the mailer supernatural until the discovery lately interests of the Territory are to be hazard- ;: family! and Mrs. Bell.

< .. _'_- -' __ .. open to the explanations of him and his i made at Key West, doleful memory- e.l to obtain it. Nile*' Rtb'lttr.' ; Mexican National Brig Her :;I", ';. O, p".ot

1 From the Norfolk Beacon.MESSRS. friends, and the inferences to our readers. where we are informed, by the East Florida Our readers will recollect how nearly the E.N. Commander from a Cruize.ENTERED. .

EDITOKS, We arc not disposed to censure him for any ; Herald, there exists a Company (Com-I above extract conforms to our own opinion I .
thing more than the errors which he ap-1 i mince, dr branch of the Joint-Stock association the Presidential question ; and how :I June 18th.-Schr. St. Autoni J, Rfh, Nw
Having last Sunday heard an excellent upon t Orleans. Cargo to order.
have committed hose v.-c-shnuld I don't know which of RUUIlREC-
pears to ; ) have reiterated it. We hope
recently \\8 I :chr. Thorn, Joios, New Onertn
: discourse tr-uu! the Pulpit, on be pltaied to see explained away ; and; TIJNISTSwho, it appears, for the support that no misguided judgment will involve I)I to S. Patterson, N. II. AJ .ft, T. C. nwf C.C1f'{'(.

/ subject Sabbath/ JSrraking, particularly while (' again enter our protest both a- of a party hirh never lies, know how to this Territory in questions that will injure 1 I KevHrr, S. Harableton, Liwdon, f. a'luier.

. in buying, sell1.IF; ;.wi keeping guiust the theory, that a man ought to be recall people from the abode of the Capu- our political interests, especially while so and J. Camiibell.CLEARED. .

I that holy day which of high standing trhilc'fie retains, JTIHCcountcd I lets, sufficient to multiply thirty voters to. much i is to be attended to of a local nature. .

,. -stores open, on fur, funds fur which the whole \; ozchzzndrcdcxndsix ; an exercise .f their Mr. Niles w'.ll: be able to perceive, by the June 13th.-Schr. A.nelia, Ratch, !'t'IV Vr.

r certamlv! \ ouLht to be exclusively deVoted Territory is luJ ring ; and the practice of j powers very modest, consideiing the pur- returns of the late election, of what kind of leanfl. Cargo 12,000 briciMi by" tne Mas:::.

, to the SPI \ ire of G.nj, :lIld ha\- counttnnllciugpcrsolls in that situatiou, rose.; but an occurrence which heats all material the population is made, and he is SAILED.

, irp been in the hiili, m'sdofl'rofan-} we lure J,1, i ioia that we ait glad to hear die Electioneering tricks had ever before too well versed in the political history of E_'June Commander 17th.1T.. .S.New Schr.York.Shark, Otlic Ncrrfs

inf tin1 .hb.-tii in the above manner, that tr.!' Ex-Secretary is about silence Irani'of. This, seems, howeyer robe only the world, not to know that discontented q. -
: all clamor on the subject" and that, ichen rn improvement an idea, suggested in an
like eels exist where and
every ; From the Charleston
I ;iNs ure vju I keenly felt the truths I the Territory placed in possession of htr irticfce in your Gazette of 18tlr June 1825. like them. insinuate themselves into every A writer in the New-York Cour-r.

nnd) Jidvice offered to us, and determined Treasury, we will be among the first to give There it i is said, that one Juan Pence it Lc- branch and every pool, however discon gives the following his Awtra.

henceforth: to profit by them. him nil the credit which Tdl then be due tn ; seeking for a spring of overflowing nected. as reasons for doubt-
ing the existence of rock
1 would) with deference observe, it fur that net of HONESTV. ater, having_ all _the .properties of the maricnuua Thc effort to dismiss Col. White has failed to have been a the ,Captain or rocks saUl.
II.., I'n. *nn r ..1. ": .._"., ..1 :, seen bv of th.
I Ministers of the >umin'-.iw ui 'uuiil uiaiuvci illld' as t lie 'election returns show : he has Clio six months -
will bo inaiii for the brijj ago, and since by
The Editor of the 1'eniRCula: Gazette presents rook possession ofa then unknown and ex- from 800 to.1000 majority over Co! Gads- HILL

Gospel to admonish ; the law strictly his compliments: to n West Floridian tjnsivc couutry, which he named FLOKIDA. :,I:i dCII As soon as all the official returns are j Capt."That :-

. enforced will be the only effectual /' If the Philadelphia Balance, and lIt appears that thisJuan Ponce de Leon .. received we shall publish a complete list of but I think they it law something hare I do not doubt.
will endeavor to profit by the hints given. I ins either left some of his who must been a vend
nae.ms producing the desired efl ct. I the votes.-East Florida Herald. which in the
We would beg him, however, to recollect, have improved upon the object of his researches -;1 I by long lying water, had become

If the citizens know they could not that the name, which he thinks we use too ; or other daring1 men have come I i I[ Tallahassee, May 26.-The land so heavy as to settle below the surface .

-purch '>e on the Sabbath day, thev often, j is so intimately connected with the to the country, FV'IO, possessing faculties e- ]I Sales commenced here on Monday and the sea breaking over it. gave it

would make: arrangements to supplythemseh'cs risinfpropccts of our Territory-that it has vui higher thun his aspiring pretensions, the appearance of a rock. The Capt. of
last, and are progressing westward, the Clio made it bear E. N.
the been impossible for us to notice the advances do not I limit themselves to restoring the by
on day preceding.Consequently she is making, without frequently iutro- blessings of youth, but perform in full the as Directed. in the President's proclamation from the Hole in the Wall and Capt.
those who h ivo been in ; I HILL, E.by N. 45 miles making a differ
du0mg it into our columns. miracle of Lazarus upon an extensive i : yesterday they were sellingthe

the habit keeping open on that day, -__- -:''-= -1 .- scale-say seventy or eighty nt a time iAn i Chipola country; ence of 31 miles in that distance. I have

and feel disposed to close their door3 COM1Vlt1NI ATIOl'lS. Admire of the Times. : Thc sale is very well attended and cruized a, and considerable have time in that neighborhood
never seen
--- any appear
for the future (not only their front hutI For the Pensarula Gazette. : I I yet there has been very little contest ances. From among the hundreds of vef-

their back doors also) would not feel Mr. Editor,-In your paper of the 8th "We poor fool, certainly thought that, among the bidders ; the highest price eels which pass there yearly, and may be

: the l loss, were it to become a general inst. you I. .juirc, where is the money collected on a Writ of Haboas Corpus, the legality of given was four dollars and fourteen said to have ploughed up every inch of water

custom : which as I boli 1 :ic observed, at Key Vest .* From which enquiry Me comtn'tttal'vias the only point to de en- some of them must have seen it, and ia
quirtd-into ; and, that being correct that cents per acre. We are much pleased,
the latter fine weather
case, being prevalent,
and the doubt it implies, those who
will the evil unless are dis-
never remedy ill the: J ndyc had nothing more to do than recommit :- \in .finding little or no disposition to and so near the land, it is probable they
jKrsed to indulge "angenoroiK suspicions
those who have the POW, exert their the applicant. For the con eClior We understand would have saved themselves in their boats..'
it lost. annoy occupants.
might S'ipj.use \\ It'" entirely It i is ,
: well calc ulat- ; of this itlea we acknowledge ouraelf indebted -' .
n a cause -
thtt the that with three "
totaje has 4I
Ex-Secretary -
proper the or exceptions, no
I frd to bonffif the morals; oi Society. been m: ,illg uriangemcnts to dispose of Tinlthcll to alluded enlightened to nbore.derision-Editor.of Judge I. one's improvement has been purchased I -,11o, ILcu\1a1Io: .

If f you 'hink proper to'c this some property amply suiicient to meet tIn the above the 3rd section
our correspondent must allude by a stranger. by of aa
d.raandund silence
the to till clamoron WHEREAS
I rooni in } our paper, v -' wll oblige the subject.Feoplf ; to an anecdote, told oftbe.pal tizan of It is thought that after the sale, a for the regulation add

A SUiLSCIMFLll. certain candidate for a sat in the last fovern-i-em of the City of Pensacoh,
countries approved
in new arc too muchdisposed great quantity ofland will be entered
\ .. Legislative Council; who it is rcpol tel 6th June 1827, the patrol regulations -
i ii officers. &
t I -. : : '' -" : !-T :. : censure public to imputL Florida Advocate.
not being able to find a sufficient number of of the and the of
City ringing
*$ A t'fAAl t ct tll tht. ii teiilious that they 11\\: C not.
J.. -. 'k' I'V i It ;S 1:1' .1I1d1 matter e\en by ir.sinuati j ,, voters at Key West to elect their favorre, ''''{toJiirigton May 115.-\\-.c learn that the U. City Bell are under, and subject to, the
& : _- --- i oP.--- the: Tom!;- t-Ygatc plain :a\ \* to j i order of the
< ) ciiatf e a ir<;ti (il high standing ; one who I Mayor.
Mones, t'tc' names of those who ha I Mediterranean, "a a t few dixc, to take the I
has J IIcel our ai:!.mg Governor, in placeof pieviously ; Therefore, the following regulationswill
of hi : Imr North |
di 'd on that Island.-Editor. .ace tae ; ; ie C.uoliua
the illurtuo/u-i Hero of New Orleans be observed. The City Con 5t.b.'es
/ ';'uinifi'vi'v lti : ,, uhi-ii IS expected home :
who i is descended fjom : I will the Bell at 9 o'clock. P. M. from
an irieproarhable l 1-tfuie; '( i i ( tjli..t; :'. v'. nil1!, ot course, havetl'ecwm. I ring ,

f and conspicuous patriot and statesman vof;1 \on-Fubiication of the L> us. : :. t.'it: i-ufrijii. The Delaware ]I I. and after the 20th day of March ui.t.l the

\ the Revolution ; with the offence of dtshosi- from the East Florida Her tid. 71; .: tui", I'. u-d uit shortly, it i is said,under i iij'.iuior It I 20th.5cpt mber, and the remainder of the

. t esty, with availing himself of the want of District of Kast 0''ii-i= to join the Mediterranean j I I I year at 8 o'clock 1*. M. :Fifteen m.inite'
I Ii
security (which the laws of all other coon '':::1'1| ?. !r<'n.-AMIntelligencer.. i'i after the ringing of tbe Bell.the! City Con-
seize May Term 1827. (attain! WATSOS, of the Marine Corp, has I ]
tries require) to the Tieasurvofthe
upon sables directed
l are to commence iM-troU
i !hren transferred from the elation thi
at City to
Ij Territory, with which he Thc Grand Jury in the d.:}h -'.' ) !
was '
connected :he romniami of the Marinea al Portsmouth, ing tl\e streets, and every slave found by
i I and towards: which he was bound, of their obligations have assiirntsd ( New Hampshire.Idem.. them absent from their homes, after that

i by the rt5ongc obligations, to observe fi trial only tcases of misdemeanor hour until day light without a written
Attract letter Cart
II .. dehtvtirl good faith! and deprive it of theonly .*" of a from hagena1 from their
-- '- and their permit owners or employers,
examinations have
re-suited .
means; uf$ punishing offenders and April 2y.Colombia. .
FUI.jl 'E 2iid, 1827. sup.porting or under the immediate charge of theirowners
4 -. the loral admini'1 rntion. Whatever in impressions favourable .to the general .-"We are happy to say, that there or employers.wili taken by theCty
: = =-
''til t a...-- .: '.-: '. :: :=:- errors! aments \Ihtlesf: nd.u'lg.\m1..t i district.I hahiN qfthA r ron! 111">1"1< tit lara nf'J1!* :icnioicit.* now an, mid appcanuce tue a|'|!.eutJlI'JI"h.of tranqunTuj w CUtCrtamcQnr 3.OI1.l>w'nS ; nn.tahipc e to t1.o Jal used for the

Laaci o///-; L.iiti'lfifes..-In this I"pelwe a grnnons and elevated feeling may il.oacciiil exhibition ? ubbidmg rapidly.I Things will soon re- said City and there kept confined until tlio

fl compile I he publication of the PUIII.JC somelimi-s bring ou, there is a great diflVrenci however, we arc constrained. to ?mme their usual course. Our Deposit Law la next morning wben they will be brought

t .Ac rs,J a II ed at the second session tlf the : between that and the :infamous offence revert to the embarrassments, in the iu i full effect, and every article, with the exception before the Mayor to be dealt with accord

Nineteenth Cougrc" "1 the United States. of peculation. administration of our criminal laws & Tobacco, Coffce and Sugar, may be entered i ing to the City Ordinances.
!L t for transit. The transit i is the
If the mi> collected duty at rate
; ney atlCey Wfist i i-? to present as a threat evil the o four l percent, ptraniium on the value of the Given under my hand at the City .f Pen-
.. not noon relumed, there h non-pub-
Clf'flfl.-B.LMIN POSICA, late a no one who will lication h of the i invoice, counting from the day it be received sacola this the 15th day of Junr 1827.
Territorial may -
: 4 soldier of the I 1'nited 1 "tlttes' Army, who I I he more ready to speak of the transaction laws & the into the public store, and must be paid Johu Jerrison.

vas condemned Jo clKtth, at the lat term in i those terms of reprobation than I will. proceedings of our Legislature; a number down ou taking the goodsout, cither for exportor

t of the Siipfiitn* Court of this Dish let, for I consider the laws lately passed in some t of cases of various misdemo'tno consumption. 1C-St. Mayor.

July last ; was hui'p near this City on \\ cilnc.sday pood: laws; but I am one of those who am of this former sessions; preveuting it, has died a natural -Jcatlu" NOTICE
i.ist. the 2Uth June. Wo understand disposed not 10 censure, until an opportunity i nor can any steps betaken MOBILEJuUe1S. ,

t that he avk.iowledged that he suffered justIr i I has be oil jjivcn t& correct errors.JuRticia.. i iu bringing them to a termination Boat Another Fort Adjure Steam Boat Burnt!-The Steam :: COUNTY COURT, 'l
,. atGunnibon's
r did; altho' h % persisted to the last that he I ; from the absence of the existing by fire on Friday night last.Mill The was Boat destroyed I June Term. 1827. 5

not him. elf commit the deed, but said! laws of the Territory-an vvus laid up for the season, and there can be no i In compliance with an act of the Lcgislative -
4 the embarrassment
that he procured it to be dour.JVbtr \flflflt many beautiful productionsof -
which doubtthat the fire was by the hand of an incen : Coune.il passed January 18tb
vegetable kingdom which ornament not only affects the crim- diary. When the fire was first discovered : 1827. Ordered, that Polls be opeied under -

/.-The LnitNStah's' Plicate Con- this Land of liOn frs"--perhaps none i inalbut also the civil, business uf the from 1 Mr. Gunnison's house about midnight the i the restrictions and qualifications

Ktrllatioi. will sail, ii a few d.i\s lor ..Nor surpass in appeal ance the YUCCA FII.AMEVTOSV Court andindependently of the serious boat was so completely enveloped in llaine?, contained in the Act above recitedfor the
folk, under the command of Captain .IL.-SLC or silk srn inconveniences votes for candidates.to .
purpose receting ,
\fll.KiKSOV ; and the Natchez, of grows to the height of 7 or 9 feet, and the which unavoida- A nest of runaway negroes was discovered last
one the
bly pervade week in the fork of the Alabama & Tumbeckbe represent the people ot'this county ia
lirw Sloops of War, inny be rxprrU'd hrivo sea PC terminate. in a large; rich, and Iuuiinni \. every portion of the Territory Rivera, by a party trD1'h upper end of Mobile the next Legislature Council of this Territory -
$ is
of the West ordinary transactions
India now of
i County, conma'ini of Mrars. Dupree Jo- at the election to be held on tho-
'5qu.1dron r tArrival in 1'11\1 hl.Kirn' and grows abundantly about life. fiepli Johnson, J no. Johnson, Rain, Heaves &. first Monday of August next; viz :
Point rhevrouil and
near the farm of other The
Judge. 'fltt failure Eome ne roca were attacked and
to In the nistrict-two
the laws .
publish has mt precincts.At
Jiutl.e"ridtrc.{ A few ha\e after
of the John been found in a \cry severe action they were -
Ydams. conquered.
tin- -vieiniiyof Bflrranras, but the writer been the subject of such repeated Three negroes were hot, viz; Must, Cetti* Hotel in Pensacola.

.T. The United Nates Ship John) Adam, liar met with nono near this ('it v. It i! of. presentmentjthat the complaint could Ilectur and ha! ; eeveral were takea pri- At Bar-anctt in the house of Madam
\s. ILKINSON Esq. C''nmnundir, aniv.-dat fiuners and others Thev Serra.In .
the Class Tfcranilrla ant order Monogynia scarcely have escaped. had two
this) Foil, from a cruize on Saturday last; as described' in the books ; but seems to the, of the to reach the ears cabin., and were about to build a Vort. The the second District ; three Precinct*
the Juth inst. Executivewhosi< duty it was to encampment is probably broken At the
I writer to t'arlaJ..l' of the TrYlf1l iou: char- up entirely. Caurt House ;

List of U meCt's..T. [. actcr; having turee distinct, double lobed, cause the publication to be made ; but eral isoiue! years of these, and negroes have committed have been runaway AtJatzcj Spillman't, in Florida ;

\ Esq., Coiilrnander. sessile: stigma whether the failure has arisen by the tions on the neighboring plantations.many depreda- At R. L. Cotton's on the scambia.

Robert Uhchie, Lieulwullt.Alex. ; "The leaves of this plant, twisted RnU tied passive negligence on the part of* the fought lcsJL'atel'Ve! have only time at They pre- And it l i. further Ordered, That the

'r. G. Piiikh.-Mi ditto ; together, are used lor IIr ngs, ropes, and I Cxucntiveorthe jscnt to f1\C the above-the particulars hereaf-- persons named as Judgesin the followin :
Stp; .:on Kapaljrc even cables for small boats it io more activo impulses tcr.-1d.c71l. enumeration .
Acting Surgeon ; appears : of ar hereby appointed and
John iS. llaiiiijlciuii, Purser ; possess the btiongesi fibres of any vegetable political considerations, is a ques i The Automaton, was yesterday visited by the required, to preside at the several preciucls. --

AnOrcw His*. Lieu:. Marian ; whatever ; and, If it can be raised with f tion which the Jury are unable to venerable CARROLL, of Carroltun, now in the to which their names are attached

Jas. M. '.i'-CI.IC. Su-gtun's JLile! t:*cdity', may form A valuable an. :Je in domestic determine ; and re( the 85hh j car of his age, who beat his Turkish urn- At Collin'i Hotel
; I bring decision jeatyin a game of chcsd, inucii to the delight of ,
; 3c-h'.i is a
Cioiauell, Coj.'l'iiu'f dirk.Viitiam CtOllOlUv.-TlIe rnot substituted of (his crowded Pablo Palmes
\ for question to the future develop- audience.-Unit. Pat. 4th inst. ,
Suuth. noIH soap m washing wooleus. "Llliutt's -- -
: I L. fironingRo : r Sam Patterson
bert IIhu.lv. } JJutw ." ments of tiuiethe Jury content thorn- ,
C'liailes H, I\ or, John (ira- IDBITUZLB.-E-

; liani, licniy 'iooU-yjr., Jtucrson Nailt-r, The futlowinglines! suggested on an examination selves with again presenting the me- DIED-on board the United States'Ship At Baraneas Micajah Crupper.'iSebastian

I Alex'i. i;. Y anCtyUgl.:HI: Mairast and of this plant, are respectfully inscribed Inncholly fact of non-publication. John Adams, oil Havana, on the 11 tk Caro S

OliverS Clis! >on. M' idtlt ifi,/.tn ; to Mrs. J-l. A. W. The Jury that these June, Lieut.Jou.v P TUTTL*, oftbe Nary. Celestino ,

a\id \'ntllH! l% Thom ijtunk-y Fair 1. with her may he published in the his Ephraim Mills.
U'd'lr ; CCA, noddmg ijlmntujc, tuudj, I to profession. His aimiable and couo At the Court
Here jnmielr' ) and dcg"'lll'l' liuile, East Florida Herald ; and present- teou' manners endeared him to his Mouse,
acquaintances -
j $ Our Territorial Treasury. Aud Her beauty blends, among her petal.WHITE.. ing their respects to his Honour I -his worth was founded oa the ,basis Silvester Bill,
gay cluotuiu richly flow, i Francisco Moreno
If "Jut itiu", in endeavoring to defend Aud rival, iu their purity, the "110\\. Judge Smith, they wish him the en these of truth, honor, and beneficence, Should Jehn Campbell. ,

Col.Valton, hal not done us injustice, we Her dairy er-pointc-d leaven beneath are pled, joyment health in the discharge of lines meet the eyes of any of his rela-- At James Spillman's
: fives ,
khould have Aud, they will be a faint testimony of the
made no remarks on his circliug, guard the spot ou wluc !he'based. his arduous
coin- duties. Andrew P.
high esteem and Simpson,
mnuic.'ioT! ; ns it is, we must ex.ilain respect entertaed for

tt-lf, a' i. if. in so doing, our rc ft111! ks oui- Nor Beauty only dostthou, Yl'CC.boast; ANTONIO ALVAREZ, Foreman. his memory, and regret for his uutimtHy James Spillmun,
I bear
l'rci on Kafgentleuian it will Thy useful qualities are valued moat. PETInUT'HEL: Secretary. fate, by his brother officers'and James Gardner.
not be our I At A L.
limit.; V. ith all hereby certify the above be (CoMMUNicATKo. Cotton'
deference olh a true of ) MESSMATES.
better Thus, i iu her native the copy
arrayed, original David Williams.
judgineniof Ju&ticia, "think prebcntmentofthe Grand Jury DIED,-At Tallahassee ,
his i SunJa the fair tfcrm ou on Tueiday
produci to whom file in
.:. :' tribute 's uiyofiice, this 151h day Joab
.. .-- .- .1 of !Jay A. the 12th Gaints
' '-a .UIUl me cause ol illS friend paid. li:-7. D. night, inst. Hon AUGUSTUS B. .

\\"e t-crtaiuly imvc piefericd Tinthin Beauty and worth in her, like you, we find GEOliUE GIBUS "Ckn. WOODWARD, Judge of the United States' J. eph W. Hall.

'. by iuMniiation' in.the way of Charges A rich exterior and more valued iu t.Ir. I. ;\\'; The Superior Court of this District, District and Superior Coprt for Middle A true copy from the Record.

". T an>t the late Secretary find Treasurer of : Hunt.-From almost commenced its session in this City Florida. ::). Crupper CPk.

. our Te: ii.,r\-all we have said has been of the Globe every quarter on Tuesday __ Pensacola 16th June 1827 16_tf.
t :: we of late receive morning of last week. I twill -
1'laiu ;
uniicfiHiy reports, NEW
uU C"(1tloGd-wc have puLlish..d which ORLEANS June 14.
: convince ,
1 us that we live ia the probably be a laborious ,
facts, UP Age one but
: we conceived it our dutv oi Messrs.
f' Wunders"-and Uuhy fc Stroud-r-I
; : surely ; notice NOTICE.If
without regard to meztud jftht we floridkni we belkive not civil and .
inferenceS have a right to many not : in
t clra\\ f.om them, weie such exclaim that we live in the any criminal will your .paper of this morning, a re- virtue of a writ partition, to M?
as imply dis- Land oj lIui&ders ? Thc cases, be tried hi '
lio'iorablc conduct on the of that pujlic have several ; ,ported "sliip wreck schooner Ann ? directed issued out of the Superior
part times been informed consequence of the
p tlcman, we arc uot to blame for it. gcu- in your (;'i azettc, uncertainty of'thit: Maria: of Ncwburyport Court at the May-Term thereof J;27, at
Our that individiials laws.l Captain I
arrested for crime ; -Idem 16th the suit of Jose
rolumnsui.- have Ortiz
md ev/-r have been .iay. William Curator &c and returnable -
, open to been set: at liberty, because Brown, from New-Orleans,
thex|>lanati.Mu of l1isu and his there wus not a i I ST. at the November T erV1. of said
friends cent ill the AUGUSTINE, May 30. with
public of
U'c irno.h.ttict; protc ugamst the idea until the,day of trial ircasury to feed hem I Key Wnt.-We learn that 106 votes were a"cargo ruin, molasses, and I Court we will on the 123rd day of July

lha: re slntn.n or anctttry of a persoiito been, tried, have been jeve such as ae taken at KC"yVest, and all for Col. Gads- sugar. I know not what motives next, proceed to divide; and partition the

II itigh1 induce utoc nj 5 krliiin of" tlj h because there was. suffered to escape. den; and where did all this 10(3 come from / the. two seamen could have had I folio wing described real property, via Lot
J "tun';i-rr' .jah i | .. no money to Go ask Nos. 50, 124. 1 >, Ijtf U 7i 72 24
r ; I;4 |V
Man ; ai.d irniit IIl' t. ije! fellon-" f been condemned. to which they had official returns have been received._Id. but there has It FinaHy, issued ; been no such vessel Joseph, CfiNiijiero &
jV you View CclQdUn Benjamin
appear ( m puLJjcations iicretuiore J of West Florida.-We have just had ,
our .
Proclamation to
U1 adc, that the .'.. Is al( 4 > Murderer. &c. they, put into our hands a new work whh this or Captain, or cargo, despatched t Joanna Ruby,
t Kt. George \Vahon, then Secretary ;.presented boldly-one himself man.uudcr heavy charges S title, by JOHN LEE \VILIU IS. Eq. of from hero this season for Ne wbury uort. Fran'co onal" Joseph i:. Caro,'
J11d TrcaEUtcr of the door of the Wed' 4ly. Michrlel, l\4er Alba
Florida Florida. ,
was directed by J-.iJ1! uhvre he had From a cursory iuspec- A ) .
1 hardly beta conHued a tion grit ami from the knowledge we have Mercantile Advertiser dJattiDn Caro, F. :Ioreimo.PcSa .

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'1tn.t Vtcsi&eut or. tlieUmlcd A1V ODDrAROB, authority, of the Corporation, shall not exceeding three dollars, for each ] it is evidently im practicable ; nor slral .
I For and all orders I and offence. For the and side M
States.JJ a the regulation and government promptly obey execute every suffering hogs streets walks be obstructed
I InI of the City of Pensacola. of the Mayor, in every thing which and goats to run at large, in the streets '! from hales of cotton, or any other

pursuance. Preiidcntoflhe of law, 1, JOB United QOUCCTr States SEC. 1. The cleanliness of the Ci- relates to his duty as such, in carrying Or commons of the City, without a article or commodity only accordingto

.nurica\ ; do hereby declare and make 1 1r1OU ty, being one of the first objects of its its laws and ordinances into effect. reasonable excuse, any sum not exceeding the terms provisions above stated, I

ot) that. public ale will be held at" internal government, should be subject I They shall moreover,as far as in their two dollars, and, if the fine nor by waggons carts or drays, only :

the I.an.l Office at Tillaheittc, in theTcrri- i.; to the most rigid and punctual. power, preserve the peace, and good be not paid in forty' eight hours, a' while they are nocessarily employed .

try of Florida, on for the the second disposal Monday of the in. ;rules, and those should be speedily and order of the City, consistently with forfeiture of the animal.-For au in- in loading or unloading their respective -

lauds December herein next designated<<: to wit : promptly executed, so as to free it at the laws & ordinances for its govern- jury done to any of the public springs ; burdens : for each and every vio

Townships r Jo. 1, and 2 of Range No. 6. .all times,from any putrid or offensive ment, and report to the Mayor, from in the City, any sum not exceeding ; lation, of these provisions, the par-

Townships No. 1, 2, 4, 5. matter or substance, that might be time to time, every violation thereof, twenty dollars, at the discretion of the ties offending shall pay a fine in any ;

and 6, and fractionaltownships calculated. to produce an unwholesome which may, come within their know- Mayor; and if a slave, and the Muster'' sum not exceeding five dollars, at tho .
& of No.7.
Townshipi No.No.1, 7 4, 5, 6 8,, Range j; atmosphere ; and thus, to render the ledge, as well as the existence of any or owner fail to pay tho fine.on notice discretion of the Mayor f or if the offender

7, and fractional townships air in the City, as pure and as healthful nuisance other noxious and offensive being given him, then the slave shall be a slave he or she shall be

No.8 and 9, of Range No. 8. as possible ; and with a view, to I|'I matter, which may be collected, I receive any number of lashes not exI : punished with any number of lashes,

Township No 1, and fractional i make this important branch of the police -i I or deposited, any where ..wit in the I ceeding! thirty nine, at the discretion not exceeding ten, at the discretion of I
townships No.9, I limits of the City, with the of the Mayor. who shall the Mayor
10 and 11, Range No. 9.1 I regulations, as beneficial as from I particular Any person or imprisonment, I
Township No. 1 and 2, and the nature of things it may be practi- | circumstances attending it; in water any horse or other animal at :: as the nature of the case may seem to .

fractional townships I cable, it isOrdained what part of the City, how caused, the?public springs of the City, upon ] require. Any injury which may bo +

No. 11, and 12, Range No. 10. or by whom Itft; together with all conviction shall pay a fine of two dol-! J inflicted upon the trees, set along tho
.0\11 situate South of the base line, and I and Enacted, by the riots: and unlawful assemblies, either I larsor if a slave receive fifteen lashes. side walks ot'tho City, or those upon ,
1)It (I'f the ineiidian.Townships; Board of Aldermen of the City of! I of the citizens coloured For done I the
Tht" are to be offered in the or populationof I an injury to any ofhc public public square orlp n any lot. t
: order al designatrd, beginning with tho I Pensacola, That lull power and authority the City, or of the slaves. It works of the City, or to the p ub- j the property ot the City, or to the 1 I

lowest number oi Se"tion in each.laiyJs i is iiven to the Mayor, to remove shall: be their further duty to use all lie property of the same, any sum in props or fastening around them, shall j

I reserved by law, for the use of\, in all cases where :it be practicable lawful means to suppress,riots, and all proportion to the damage sustained, j be punished by tine not exceeding ten I '

I scludcd Schools! or from.for sale.othtr purposes: are to be every nuisance, or noxious, putrid noisy, disorderly, and drunken assem- at tho discretion of the Mayor. It :; dollars for each tree, or if a slave by I i

,, Given tinder my hand at the City of WashjirMon or offensive nu tler or substance, bibs, and report to the Mayor, all shall also he the duty of the Mayor, to'!II stripes not exceeding twenty, to bo :

,: thi A. D. 1827. that be necessary, to prevent its injurious -' of the well : the
: City as general public springs every day, and disperso ; of Jayor-any person who ;

John Quincy Adams. effects; or to bury the same at,t as special; and for every wilfull dc- all disorderly and idle negroes, who I may ring the City bell, without orders ; .

BY the President : least four feet below the surface of iparturc from their duty, ns herein may be found loitering! about them &. j or permission from the M tyor ';

GEO. GRAHAM: the ground. The Mayor shall hold specified, !lcy! su/ii! he uealt: ; \1': h as they or any of them fail to obey the (except in cases of fire,) shall be finedin
of the General Land Office. i
er.tr.l.i.3lo 15.jt., each and every House Keeper, responsible the Board: Aldermen may direct. orders of the Mayor, or Constables, I any sum not exceeding two dollars,

I.- for the_good orde..tn_ clean Sec. 5th. Be it further enacted, they shall be punished. by any number i or if a slave be punished with str pes, I :
: NOTICE liness of his kitchen, )privyout-housts, 1I I 1-That the Mayor sh.ill have full po.ver c' of ;rripsnat? exceeding- tyat the I :not exceeding ten- at the discretion- of \

tS hereby given to the owners, of pri- and premises generally; should therebe and authority, to command the assistance discretion of tlte'laJor.. For sufFering ;the Mayor. All other offences, ofany'nature 1

fk vate land claims, In West Florida, any so far lost to their own interest of as many persons, as he may lumber,plank or firewood, to hy or be or kind whatever, which nny .

that deputy surveyors have been instruct! and comfort, as to need this salutary think necessary, to :aid in the suppression deposited, any where on the beach, be committed against the peace, and

i ed, and will atieudatthe! time and places i provision. From the 1Mb day of of all unl-iwful gatherin: :. or between tin street east of the Court tranquility, and morals ot the City

below statedfor the purpose surveying i. 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 acts

such of: said(district claims hereafter as may lie defined in each, under respective each and every year, the M'tyor shall population of the City, or of the slaves; I of John Iniicranty, for a longer passed by the Board of Aldermen of

the.provisions of"An act'lo provide for cause each occupied Lot and premises also all tumultuousiflV iys and riots, time than forty eight hours, any the City ofPcllsacola, and not herein

the "'onfi rmation and bellleraent of private in the City, to be examined, by the with private
lard claims in East Florida and for other City Constables, or any other persons and -.ii persons so summoned and re* according to the nature and circumstances :Mayor, by fine or imprisonment, or

purpoes." pas-cd 8'h Feb. 1827,viz. whom he may appoint for that pnr- fusing, sh;,ll be subject to :a fiuem any : of the case) or a forfeiture ofI stripes at his discretion. Any person

James! W. Exum. Alabama, will attendat poseas often as he may think it neces- sum not exceeding twenty dollars, to I I the plank,scantlin, firewood, or articles who may feel himself agricved or injured -
Pen ::1cta from the !15th to the 30th sary, whose duty it sii11 be to exwi- the the by ord.r, act, drcision or
be recovered before M.yor, or a I so left or deposited ; unless any ,
of the Rash Paralc
June.! and DiitricuSouth West between Choctawbatebie inc and inspect the kitchens outhouses Justice of the Peace To carry the : health of'the City,8hould be endangered judgment of the M-iyor, shall have the

and p I'tlid. Rivers. wells and premises, of each, and provisions of thissecuon'.nto: enc t,the I by itand, in that case the Mayor shill benefit of his appe.il to the Board of

I' Benjamin Clements, of Ten, will attend every occupied lot in .he City, and I M ryor sh:.1.: h ;\e pavor to ouuisli the orJer its removal forthwith, at the ex- Aldermen. .
r. Pensacola from the 5th to the 10th Au- the state and condition of each ; Sec. 7th. Be That
st report rioters and wirer offenders, 'n :my sum pence of the person owning tho same; itfl1..therenacted, {
t.J ,ust, District North ofthe Basis Parallel, and in all cases, whc'c! they are reported not exceeding fifty (dol-s!! : '1' his dis- &tlPmfl his relusal to obey the order ot it shall he the du y of the Sr.pt'rin-; ;

I' i cambia ana between Riven.Jno. the. Choctawlutchie and Es- to be in, bad, or uncleanlycon- cretion,Of imprisonment: until l lu; ur she the Mayorhe sha Jl!1 be fined any sum not tciulantoftheM irket, to keep all per

R. Donelson of Ten., win attend dition, the Mayor shall have power to be dischargeu by due course of i l.w, or exceeding fifty dollars, or be imprisoned sons, who may offer tor sale vegetables c

I >t Pensacoln, from the 5th to the 10th! of I inflict a fine, upon such delinquent, by the order of the Mayor ; but if the at the discretion of the Mayor. &c. in a line extending from tho 1I

w August. District North of hI' Basis Par I in any sum not exceeding ten'dollars, offence be a minor one the imprisonment Any boat, craft, or sailing vessel, I head of the Market to the bottom

& ellel and West of the Escaiubm River. I at his discretion. The removal of any fc slnll not exceed one month. I wrecks, rafts, logs or framer_ :n'i, of any ,I within the snace M between the_n_ brick---- '" 4"
alluded TIe following to are published sections f the the act information above nuisance, putrid, tioxiousoroflensre Slaves who keep fire arms, or who may I kind'whatev w-, which any br driven :t I pillars and tho columns; and any persons

of those concerned. matter, of any kind whatsoever,which commit an assault upon a white per- by the waves upon the beach, .I exposing for sale vegetables or

Sec. 7. And be further enacted. That may be collected, ]left driven ashore, son, shall be punished the discre. within the limits of the City, or suffered -I other articles on thc sido wslks of the S

tlif keepers of Public Archives of East or deposited in any part of the City, tion of the Mayor. Runaway Slaves, to remain there from any cause, Market, or in any othe[ : pi:ico hal

arul West Florida, shall furnish to tht or any where on the beach, within and those going at large, without more than forty eight hours, shall be- designated by this j KU'; ':n, or tf'lag

out Surveyor delay,Public a description: land of in each Flnr.da.vrith-i claim to the limits of the sanw, shall be prompt, written passes from their m-isters or forfeited to the Corporation, and sold t.<, remove and occupy the place: assigned *

land, which shall have been ccnfirmed, and effected at the expense of the Corporation employers, shall be imprisoned, or hy the. Constable, and the money paidto "him or !,or by the Superintend .

vh ch sball specially designate the quantity unless! otherwise ordered and otherwise dealt with at the discretionof the Treasurerjprovided; the weather, ant, such person upon conviction shall

locality and connexion of such th'rected hy the l1ayor.Vhere the the Mayor, consistently with the and the nature! of the thing, will admitof pay d fine uoi exceeding three dollars

cbiir,and whrre the ronfirmaat'on'may ntrs'Mice, or offensive matter, may be laws of the Territory. No muhtto, its removal in that time, due notice or if a slave receive fifteen: bsh-! t
Juve been made on a grant or sunny a found on the Commons of the City, fie inflicted the Ccr-v.
copy of the courses and distances contained quarteroon, or negro Ball shall bo allowed of which being given at least es, to by City : '
the public streets, or on the margin of blc
in such grant or and the without writteu permission twenty four hours before tho s-il\-r-
I the Bay, it is to be removed at the S<)c.. 8th. Be it further enactedThat .
date of the urvcy or grant ; and it shall I from the Mayor, and when permitted But any nuisance, or offensive matter
be ih** duty of the Surweyorofthe public 1 I public expanse, unless it !he in cases, it shall be the duty of the Secretaryto which may be driven, or collected any person who may sell, or
in Florida to under such in. :I where it has been occasioned for
lands caute left or whatever the : keep saloulw/zolcsornc/rovisions,
make out a license to be signed by from any cause on
4 structions as he may, receive the said from claims the deposited by the malevolence, impu- the Mayor. which license shall impose I beach shall be removed forthwith ; or I fruits, liquors, or other articles sinn
Treasury Department to
dence or carlessness of an :individual be fined hy tho Mayor sum not
he think raft lumber other sub- any
be surveyed, and connected with the such conditions as may any boat, or
1 Township lines of the public survc\s, and upon due proof of the fact, if a i necessary, and for each license obtained stance, which may collect sea-weed, exceeding twenty dollars ; he shall also .

1 and to give to them their proper town white person, he shall he compelledto 'he person applying' shall pay. or other offensive matter and, on fail order their removal out of the limits

L {hip and: sectional numbers, agreeably remove the nuisance fort hwith, and two dollars for the usc of the Secretary I ure by the person owning or claiming of the City, at the expense of the
: to such descriptions, and he shall : also be fined in any sum not excerdiiig license ordered the Mayor owner where they are kept for sale
and Mayor, before such tho same.wlien by ,
Wake separate plots and cenificntcs 0't
fifty dollars, at the discretion of the and are in putrid or offensive state,
s..m-y of the ame, one of which shall be shall; issue. to remove it, the boat, raft, lumber, or
f. returned to ,the office of the Register of Mayor; and if a slave, or colored per- Sec. Gth. Be it further enacted, the thing causing the collection of the under the penalty above stated. Any
the Laid OtBce for the District son be shall be finer .is above or publicly person who may soIl spirituous liquors
i L in which That iho !following: acts, and deeds, sea-weed shall be forfeited and sold,
| the land ma) lie, and the other shall bet whipped 011 his 'hare hack, any shall: be considered offences against 'I| for the use of the City, reasonable to slaves, or trade with them, Without 5
,.' delivered to the claimant. But it shallbetl.ecu'y number of lashes written from their master
not exceeding thirty permission ,
sale first
of the withhold the laws, and ordinances of the City of notice of such being given.
;i, surveyor to nine, and, failure to the tine I or those whu may employ them, shall -
upon shall bathe in the
pay the who bay
and shall be
his certificate, if he iolwlI have reason to Pensacola, subject to Any person
r. inflated, the Mayor mav commit the 1 II the residence pay a fine not exceed.ng: ten dollarsat
( btnevc that the l lands claimed are other fines, forfeitures, and penalties heroin fronting the City, between
lands than those intended to be confirmed ., offender to prison: until satisfaction be after named : towit ; discharging or I of George \V. Barkley, and the discretion of the Mayor--,my

or if it shall appear that the sur. made, or until the person be dischar- firing a musket, pistol, or oilier gun, I the first Bayou below the settled part person who may deposit oyster shells

I vt-y under which the hnd is claimed, has g( d hy law, or by the order of the 1 where in the limits of the improvedpart of the city, after sun rise, and btfore broken g.hy, ur other substances! any
been rrade
: subsequent to the date of the where in the ; the
In all from ; fronting City,
Mayor. cases appeals ; y
without set shall bo fined sum not
t. survey under which the claim was con of the City, permission sun any
t firmed.Sec.. the! acts, judgments, or decisions of I. from the Mavor. anv sum not exceeding exceeding two dollars, Or it a slave shall o pay. a fine. not exceeding. ten dollars -

;: 1C. .'In d be further enacted, That the Mayor, made or rendered by authority i -two-dollars, tt' the/ discretion of the I shall be I punished with any number of : or it a slave receive, any number
the holders cla-uis of this ordinance shall belo ofl.ishes not exeeeduig; at the
over three thousand Mayor. Running or galloping at lashes not exceeding twenty, at the : twenty
five hundred acres, which have been filed the Board ot Aldermen of the City oj I. discretion of the May or. Any person
the or
the discretion -Cutting
horse in the streets or riding on of Uayor. .
vih; th .' missiowtrs I
{ or with the R- Pensacola. who shall make such wh d'sturb or interrupt divine
order may
; ; or side walks ot'thc City whittling the columns, of tilt Market .
t \t.t KI d licre'm-r: of the La-id Office pavements, ,
for \\l..t }:lUrid ., acting asS ConimiuMou-: in the case, and grant such relief, any sum not exceeding twa dollars, House or the stalls, benches, beams, zoorsn ipshull pay a fine not exceeding
as to them shall seem just and I five dollars, or if.1 slav be punished
era for claims of proper. shall be considered
adjldic4tllon; or for each offence. Any person who or suspenders, as
claim' 'which: :.ave been filed: with the Sec. 2nd. Be further enacted, shall be guilty of gross or excessive an offence against; this ordinance: and by any number of stripes not excefd-
< ( ;, J-. -s'oiu :s fon.iijudicat.ng claim: to That the shall have full! iug tenii the discretion of the Mayor.Sec. .
Lr., Mayor power abuse, in whipping any animal in the shall be subject to-a fine, ef not less
Mast Fn>rida, or which, under the 9th. Be further enacted, Lint
and authority, to arrest and prose public streets or of'this city than one doll irbut, in proportion to the
pr;\'tt .us of this act, may be filed with square the :lines and forfeitures incurred under -
: the Itigister and Receiver of the Land cute all vagrant, noisy, and :disorderly shall be fined in iho sum of five dollars, injury sustained, and if committed bya
this orchnctiiee all
Office"fir East Fl 1 -rida, and which claims : persons, or drunken rioters, who may or if ihe offender bo a slave and his slave, be or she shall be punished, paying
h.\e rot .,t.t'i; reported against by said be found, within the limits< of the City : I fine be not paid, shall receive ten by any number of lashes, not exceeding costs and charges, shrill one half ho ..
tc-i lusMoners, or by the Register and who follow visible the applied to the use of the City, and
as well as those no I stripes. Leaving a dray, or curt, in twenty, at the discretion of (
ftec.-jver, shall with cau.e the same to be soeonmrctpj and lawful occupation to gain: a living, I the streets, (oilier thin Market carts,) Mayor; and any other injury, that be paid to the Treasurer, and the o-
the lines ofthtl
Township thor to Use and benefit of the
public burvevs: and shall furnish to the and shall have power to tine or put to any sum not exceeding one dollar.- may be done to the pavement, or to per-tho \
Surve>or ot f the public Lands in Florida, public labor all such persons at his Running ::1 dray, cart, or waggon in a the banquit around the Market son informing prosecuting
.. effect and shall also bo
such information as will enanle him to discretion, or order them under a reasonable dangerous or unruly manner, in the House, or to the lamps, or to its fastening same to ; re ,
exhibit! the said claims his leave thelimits of covered before the I\Iayor\ or any I
accurately on penalty to streets or on the public commons, any shall be punished in like man-
t iiahip plats, and the land thus claim. Justice of the Peace.-The punishment !
lie shall also for the
e IhJl'i: be the City. provide sfcm not exceeding four dollars, or'if ner; and all, at the discretion of
reserved from sale Provid- of all Slaves for a violation of
eJ, the information required to; enable the support and maintenance of paupers the offender be a slave to receive Mayor, upon duo proof of'the fact. the shallbe
of this ordinance
tbe Surveyor to exhibit tnetn on his town- out of the City funds, under pro- twenty lashes. Rolling a water-barrel, The free passage along the streets,& and all I
order of the
IUp plats, shall hare been furnished to and lawful reguh ions. the side walks of side walks is not to be obstructed, by by Mayor, or
1-1'.1. ___ .. per on pavements, or .flOr'... i",1tTn1nntl...... n,.. ,lft'rcP44 u.hirh.........
"'" -mun one year alter the lines ot the Soc. 3rd. Be it further enacted, the City, any sum not exceeding fifty the unloading (trom drays, waggons, I.57 J..u6Iu. I. v. '4'n. \

Township lie, shall have,within which such claims may 1 That the patrolc regulations of the cents, at the discretion of the Mayor. or carts,) ofany goods, wares or merchandize may be given by the Mayor, constantly ,"
been run or, where the with this ordinanceas well as all
TOWnship lines have already; been run, City, shall be under and subject to the Failing to keep chimneys free of soot, for a longer period than other ordinances of the Board of Aldermen -

::vmiir one year from the passage of this order and dircction of the Mayor! so that they take fire,and blaze out may be necessary to stow them away; and I
shall be respected -
. -!. who shall order the ringing of the Ci- at the top, any sum not exceeding nor shall lumber, plank, bricks, lime, obeyed, .1
>' Communication relating to these Surey ty Bell at proper hours of the night, five dollars, to be paid by the occu- mortar'or sand, or any materials for ; and any threats or attempts J
made their execution -
made be
at renucola to the deputies respectiTely and upon all necessary occasions, and pant of the building. For failing to building, be unladen, and suffered to may to prevent J
will receive shall promptly punished by ",
pott paid, pro- make and written rules and ladder least feet remain the streets, or on the sidewalks ,
Ier attention, and to enable the Survey- to publish keep a at 12 long, the Mayor, either by fine or imprisonment .
or..t to for the of the. for three months unless it be opposite to, and for
complete the duties as early as regulations government every any sum not or by stripes, according to the U
In .CllCtne' it expected thittbe claim- City, after the ringing of the bell at exceeding two dollars, to be paid by the purpose of erectinga building, or and enormity o f the offence.
will place them in possession of the the established hour for retiring to the owner proprietor of each occu- making repair on the streets, or some
idence Sec. 10th. Be it further enacted
of title without delay.Robert sleep ; and to direct the manner in pied house, or by his agent. For failing lot, and in that case, the owner of the That this ordinance shall be in forco, J 11

Butler, which slaves may be permitted to pa sand to have a well of water on each Lot, shall have the use of one half from and after the 15th day of Juiia .
Surveyor Gen. T. Florida. re-pass, after certain hours at I occupied lot, and keeping the same the width of the street opposite hi*
6th June 1827 16 827. And all Ordinances, or partsof
----- --4t.subscriber night, and to punish every violationof in good order, for every three months, Lot, during the time, or until his Ordinances, inconsistent with this

Cnv q anein hb orders in this respect, either by I any sum not exceeding two dollars, building be put up and finished, or his Ordinance or corning within the purview

C01I1}: fine imprisonment at his discretion, to be paid by the owncrt and if he be improvements repairs be completed of the sameare hereby repealed, .

Ills friends respectfully informs I or by stripes not exceeding fifteen, or absent, by the agent or occupant ; but he shall have this indulgenceonly \
to dra". ,(, ,!that he will still continue agreeably to the act of the Legislative For failingfor the space of forty-eight a reasonable length of time, and Passed; June 5th 1827.
IT M"rtef<* Bills of Sales DG\J. WRIGHT it\
lJuwt. r ( turneynd. other instruments Council to govern slaves" approved hours, to obey every written orderof only whihi his building or repairs are t
Board Aldermen.
of ..t'tir.* il1 UlC IIl08t approved foms the 8th day of December 1825. the Mayor, in relation to privies, actually progressing, all of which, is President ()
"ll the i.suI: terms and lohcitl contlnu.nee it enacted and in relationto the Mayor provideda J. G. DKAKE, Sccr'y.Approved .
-. cl ila-ir '. ; a Sec. 4th. Be further kitchens, out-houses, to judged by Juuo 6th
'ors. That the Constables who are, or maybe the powers given him by the first I foot way, shall alwa'ys be left, a- 1827.

,\ S IJasell Hunt. appointed, for the use, and by the section of this ordinance, any sum I lopg the side walk only in cases where Je JERRISQN1 Mayor.

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: NOTICE. IV\e IDoVWsSTRA2T2D 'cm a '. La\\\s W nntel\. L. TOHIlEfic* Poor Cf..t1t. .
I r We"wi'sir that CIeITneIIJ' of't h i F..41 Wih ret '.Cro"'e

William Barnett, ) OR TON, .I WISH to purchase, or contract for, a journal should understand, *nd that tbff Town -during the. fumJlef 'orf&e
ts. C In Partition..lohn ; 1 >KOM the subscriber. about large quantity of Plastering Lith? would have the kindness to make it be .cco rDodl1'.,, %h cotafodatale". &II

Im.erarity. j I 1 the 15 h of April 'of the' usual dimensions, to be deliveredat Known, that to any on* \V.he will pi o- at.thehave Ferry.housam De..Poiat.

T in. above nHncd Uilham Barnett l I.t, a small, dark Bay, 'stout the ryYard.. above high water mark. : cure four subscribers remit on their; the pnyilepef renJJoatamingoYer 1

u.i il!1 ,'I'i.I ', ut the re.\t term of the t ,) ), l' iilt, Indian Foney ; the a- Sam'l. ii. Overton, account 20, we will send fifth copy of wttfa paugt _-

Coun'.y ( o-.irt for the County of !:scam bovc reward will he paidwith reasonable Nary Agent.Pensacola the American Farmer without charge-.-or, i For term* apply tthi.. .s...

bia, t'1he t holdei nl !'(Ynacola on the secor.n i\ charpi-s on delivery of the said Horse at June 15th-15-tf. any one who will procure jive subscribers, _I'CQI&cola. .15th ._ 1. 1' .
Monday of October. for partition of j ja !'en .aC'iJla) by will be allowed to retain $5 on his remitting -- .-
certain tract ofland, I Uing and r eing on i iit KOT1CE: NEW ESTABLISmiThe
James Quin.Pensaoh the remaining $20. We beg also ) r.
the cambia Hi-y in !/scamhu County
t 'Jsnrwn bj' the name ut f the Miller Tract June 14th, ]8:7-:15-2to: To the heirs at Law and the legal to repeat that all which is necessaryto
be done by any one, wishing te subscribe
Ynacio Flares
f &ndcontrutuig eight hundred arpen representatives five dollar
'luce's Fruit 'frees. is to enclose a note by
fl .I The'said \\ ilhau' Uarnett, owning andpossessing J I letter the Hon. dfceascd.fllAKB mail, at the risk of and add relied I' the Eagle Tavera
Extract from
fee undivided rifa .
In simple one NOTICE, That I shall, on the Editor of the American Farmer, Balti".re "
J fourth part thereof, and the idJohn In- John Lowell, of Jtoxbury, Pre$- JL thirtieth day of June next, apply for -and whether the money be received ,or

ncrarity the remaining undivided three dcnt of Massachusetts Agricultural I letters administration on the estate of not, the paper will be forwarded immc AND

fourth parts and tins notice is given to Society, to William Prince, the said Ynacio Floret deceased. liately, and the actual receipt of each TRAVELLER'S
nil tur.ccined, in of an act REST.THE
;I to provid for the partition pursuance of lands in JUsfj. Proprietor of the Linn 'anlJo- Francisco Bob& number of the volume will be guarantiedby Subscriber ib/J
this Territory. tanic Garden, Flushing,.Long Is- Pensacoh: 17th May, 1827-1J.-.6t. the Editor. He, that he ba ,, V ,.
The American Farmer is published a
XV in. ..Harriett.PenscoL. land, near New York, "F \It .t.1 B weekly, by J. S. Skinner, Postmaster ofU2ttimIr i Public Entertain" ent : 'Sfi:

1u'h .111n, 1C27-15--4t. Roxhury, Nov. 16, 1826. ,. nrinted on fine n'aner the size I house.. formerJ/oocupied_ by laj.{ Eh 5 j
: -' Messrs. Wni. Prince & Son. ON CONSIGNMENT of ordinary- 0 newspapers, -folded- -- so----as---to- lOT tnai p.urpole. ironnn the -p.-bl-. ;

'V l' ) 'ii\\e Aj t\l\C\\\ 1 G Gciitlenien.I have recently received /tH E Cargo of the French Ship Pac- I make 8 pages ; about one half or four square venirnt manner which he for has the fittH UP in a c.

j i: The T u>tses uC thi Institution inform the die last edition of your cata- 4JL tole Capt. Uelalue, from Bordeaux pages, devoted to practical Agriculture ; vellers and others. His reception, cf tl'3.
public. :Ma 11 IK noin oj," ratinu and prepared consisting of the remainder to Internal Improvements. t .ji? v\i\\ \ a,Nan
of fruit
hjgtle trees, flowering be supplied witU th. best
for ihe teccption ot pupil ; they Rural and Domestic select- -hicij 'he
bulhs and and tender and flowering CASKS Claret Wine Economy earket can afford, and his bar
have; t1g.g.; "' the unices of\Ir. Tnos. J. : hardy I 00 of the aions for housekeepers and female eaderr wit th
J rvn- n. a :''c'utlt'HHUI III! f.ne: cia*cic1 attainment :I plants. I thank you for it, most I of the approvedBrands vintage tnd Natural History and Hurt Sports.A best of liquor* No -xertio:. W H K!
I t and uin-xr. ,>.nablt 1IIOiIL habits, to sinceiely. It was what J never dared of 1822. minute index and title page to the wanting on the part of tn prr..tor?*
fake cliai cui in<>chuui and should it tu- to render general satisfaction : )
; to hope} for in our country during 22 Pipes Old Cogniac Brandy, whole volume it )published, and forwarded who f favor him with ti,0
creae of tIe; ; utt'-rs the clJlplu% mcut ul additional my life. It is, tfter comparing it 580 Boxes Claret rine, tOme very su- X with the last numoet of each volume I His stables are well calculated f.coTjpauv r* Vu .

icatl I .''*, t!icy will he piotiwed.From carefully with the catulognfwliich} I perior. single number will be rent toany one. i ser o horses-an J a good and -
ihi1 regulation* and course of discipline -1 have received from 'Hull.iml and 80 do. prunes, wno may desire. to ece a specimen of the Oitler will at all tii.es >.>e at hand ll.t.ntive
adopted bv' Mr. Brynn in the inunagemcut 40 half ditto do. publication.To I Families or GentlemL" who
France richer and nobler collection T>av
uf t.* -upils. Puients. who Avi.-.h i a 100 Hafrfcett Sweet Oil.o ail Kditors who will give the above can be accommodate'1 wii> with
to educate ttu-ir .sons or daughters, may linn cm ho found in any one cut.loiiio ..- .Boies Olives, Capers, Anchyyi one or l*'U insertions, we Jail feel much partments GEO. FISHER.: i in rate ..

leel c\cry conI .lt'lce in committing thru ] fom: the most celebrated <3i>- and t' ach'lS.OJ I indt'bh,1.! and will gladly reciprocate their TaUahasl e. Dec. K-,-1-ifPROSPECTUS.

I lo iris charge, and, ag tinIn} nudei fie sip in America
Botany as a science ,
oftlic'iu: ILC., btionlu any abuses aiise, I Hags Almonds and Walnuts 25 through every State and Territory, J.m
they will in* immejiwicly curl f'clcd. I'sc; ncl.v 30 years of a c 20, and it wouM, Ibs each. and is written for by many ot the most PASI-11JJMS.

All tin! (lH;uich'' ol JJii;lish education : never attain: even with yinr important 40 Large Enrthen Water Jari. distinguished practical farmer in the Macedoine, Pulillquc ct Litter cire_

with the Kaiiii ami Cin-ck ia. gua cs, uilll European Herbaria; any thin-j SUO' Empty Demijohns.1UU Union._ Publi
>e tau:. t and ti.c term* of tuition arc lower which could ,(nahlrus TO take rank Hags Corks, tti 5, 10, 15, 20, ifc> el 30 de chaqitt moib
than is customary Southern} Academies.Respectable 100 Hampers Bottles rUST It-fJCEIVaD: 11 faut inst'
with the botanists; of Europe, without pla"re en uisant.Lie .
be had in the
building (
Goods 1atil
Packages Dry containing snn1* satire :
ijoodit five .Jut.ars monthaud the advnilai extensive collect-ens.
Iieighboi :
per '
JJrouJ Jioths, Linen, Handkerchiefs of At the Pensacola Bookstore Tout6- > sCllvt"nt.N'est ,
With!!. au huiuiiM yaidii t:' the Academy In Europe these have }been furni.shea} '. fit-rent kid, Cambricks Printed Cot- pas bonne a dirtPin' .
at six doliais, exCLusive of uashing.Tinre the munificence of princes, or die I.iPrtlilt'Ha a cr-ninlete and general assortment of
will!! bean examination of the by) >> ); ; ShoesJlo\esColor- Lorstiu'un nouveau joi I mat ri' taolit
a! the end of each quarter by pupils the taste of men of overgrown fortunes cttes, Artificial Flowers, Head Drcs-e, il lui taut un Prospectus; c'est tiis.g tt

Tni'-Ji'is. ; .itt .it the rnd nfcuch semiannual The gardens of Paris, ofUpsilf: ofKrvtnd Umbrellas. Foolscap and Lelter Paper, QUILLSsome nous nous y conformons Nous pfacilement ( ;\ .
4 I Uibbooia, Silks, &c. &c. remplir cette tic 'e rn
ti .n, a general examination by a board I of Liverpool, are all of them Itnltut
JN STORE nos pr decesseurs ; il nous suffir:J* c'4-
af visitors. of them of
works the quality.
cither national or production very superior,
pr.TF.n. \v, r.-\rTlf......, A general abbortiuciit goods suitable crirr auelnuea colonnes & i' l1n"J i\r s.li:.
--- --- -- -- ,
I'ies.e ,: of the Buaid of TlUst es. of the united -exertions ot opulent for the country. oWadetl a quantity of Geese', Ea protestations de notre inde'| -e"t'd:

Jai;.'-s UVbb, ) cities. Rut it no such gardens N. II ALLEN glen 1'ens.icnla and :I.'RI1Vin, 1st: March 8.1826. notre impartiaUt et de.tt'r'nin"-; ?;>utpar I

I;1 TJi .s. BattzelJ: had existed what would have been Pensacola 12ih Feb. 1827-50U': un expose tres interessa t 'e nq
f IVm. P Hart ,, .. . principe!politiquel mais
--" ----- -- ; nous fcrorts
TtT1CTEE3.IL the state of botanical knowledge ?? \ pr
Jos Kissf N.TY CUKMlSEIONJItS' OFFICE > (-GA utJJ& faire grace de
au public to' '"! refegrandes
\\ 111. J. Watson, J Confined most certainly, to the 5 or 12th 'March, 1827. $ Or Flowers phrases qu'il a eu si sn-\- !It 00
Thomas Hnss, GOOD plants of Europe, instead,of being Live Oak frame and promiscuous Timber, of Literature casion de i lire et d'appricier, et, plus mo-

Tfebbville, 27th Feb. 1827.Vcr.uviLLE :!s it now is, extended to the 40, for Ships of the -Lint, "r4gr.k.4lltd Wit and Sentiment destes dans nos preventions, nous renon-

000: plants of Asia, Africa, America, si1oos of War. ions a exerccr aucone influence sir la
J \ ACADEMY- \ and Au&trahtsia.: "IIE Commissioners df-the Navy v.il! 2038. 182!. politique Uu piL Notre eul but tan

iTitii May 1 c'V I. > A. receive proposal until the 31st day Office of thf Saturday Ev. Post,? de pluine et d'amuser, nous nous conen'
The Grt qnaiii-rly I examination of the In thc nation is doing
our i-ountry, of July next :for furni-hing Lye O\k Pl lar1elf hia. Dec. 2. 1826. 5 teron5 de faire remarquev ici que LFTXMS r s.
*Indents of this Iiibtilutiou took place this
day under the dntciion of th,- Trustees. nothing towards the advancement of Timber cut-to moulds (which tlawill OnpHK CASKKT: orowm of JLitera (dont les ctim6rcs, de bmt pat ts
hot'imcal] extensive col furnish! for- ot'the-lmc and <. Wit grand in 4, succe-.lrrcnt
And thC)' tike rmch jilo;s.uio in stating, to science by ) ships "rigates lure, and 8emimentt which has e \ 5 en 5
t ymiontsaiul 1 guardians \\ho have placed lecL uns.rrl1C effort of the .great sloops OfwtlT, and the )proportion ol pro. had an unprecedented increase of patrons jours) c.-t, d'apre *;m ti trft. destine aux

their ciiitrct;! and wards in this Srnrinaiy, state of N. York was abortive, and m'ucuous Live Oak, cut to dimensions, dining the lust six months, will,after !serioimuuesqnt Uer-.hcMt dans la iec'ure
tha (.t' (' ; Ilill.,:'utl \\as highly s.ni.factlf the of that may be required, May 6000 cubical the present vol. is fnusUrd' each number I qlldqlU ill ta:' ? 'j,' c'et.iaseroer: et de-
l ry .I.-. t ilrctd much credit( on tI.e teach- noble collection Or HosneH: fret for each ship of the line, oOOO for each contain 40 octavo pages, printed w?!lIon siren y trouver ;\4 i.io.nn ::utant dt plaikir
I, Ins been suffered to go to destruction frigate. nd 1000 for eacn bI l'. The small handsome d'instructiou-et :;
'r. f... rib c I
tl'is'iy and attainments. 'I'iiry leeui .t u,\ t) : eolloctlon has; been fostered, and situations not more than 25 runes tr .m the I th low price of Two 'Dollars and la protection, de cette portion cn.i': tra-

[;i rcc ssary at this CflIflflIt1iIfl: .,pci.J'v in 1 !po-sicnty; will one day thank her sea diliveraUle at the following building fifty cents per annum. The Casket is a ble de no- <. Jiicitoyen-s d"nt li hutngue

name; the different classes: and if, point -ut : statesmen for tt eLl;&, limited yards viz : Portsmouth, N II., Boston collection from the choicest pieces of the frur.fu.jri et. 'jdt&mie i 11Of.illle1, *-t dorm I#s
t the individual improxvin, in cacti, as all! the sup- i Nev Yurk, Philadelphia, Washington and S.:\urJiy Kveninjj Post made with a reference mocursle* .4ou!.>, l ks usa e'l. et 'I"b tv.ums -
are vntitl,'ti u. much credit ; out r hey would j pOrt she}! has ghen to that science. It Norfolk, during the year 1828, 1829 and to the difference which should sout toujoinrs tVancuis.

PQ lI!l.sti i e H) t.jr: oun let liIg.! ere they* is, incieed; a curious & humiliating re- 1BJU, say on or before the 1st November exist in the materials of a ,weekly paper, Comme nous nous trouvons sat'jfai;: de
not ;o n-.nrk tu.u tin- ,*!as, in (Jtographv.the in each and those of
flec.ion, that 0 years since we were year.Fersoiii a monthly publication, the la liDerti dont nous jouissons, <.t qH' no
.' .:' c.!;!::, :n ,hr '"uil\ Leuinige. an-- former of
will be
.. obliged l; to resort to European writersto offering pleased to course enriched with essays, g-ouvecnement noes eemble I i. pu!
the f..111. c #- Enjriivh Grammar: arc state particularly their terms cubical poetry, anecdotes and those doux I'on .
,Ii, vn'Uledtotlu'ir: .ouinn'iidalini. know 1 ho names of the grass which per set off by a que- puisse desirer, nOl nc
partiTtu loot, for any one of the fl'amt'sVItia tile recital of the occurrences of the week. nous me lerons pac d'y proposer des reformed '
; ctt-os cannot: cl"si- tLiIJOtiee! ; we under feet and of
trampled our proportion of promiscuous timber rjqmrt'd !The latter can receive little value! from ; nyuS u'arbureron<* l IItG coulcurs
cc.ttt:.::. t.':1.-f' fk.irn.upln i.K'n'r'ating-in: ; liie*' citizons iuijo>.Jaiit{,f'ihic ad- tim! frees which furnished us shade and ; also1 (should they be disposed to offer :i mere detail of events, many of ..whichvvould : d'aucin ,).irti ; tious laiss ro is I le* elections

>fes "'-,Hleru. to tnom i.) thi. instituco 'Viol], and materials for architecture.The I for more,) their terms per cubical feet;I cease t.> be interesting before they du gonvcrncment gineT J!, a'>nsi que

.:. co 'Jucicd a.i; is j.* a gv.jtlrman ol'iuuch day of disgrace is passing away, farjhree frames coiiectively, (one ot each were recorded. cellefl de I'Etat se faire auj.s partible-: :
Fb ) abil.ty and HM-IVI \\OH/. nd to you gentlemen we owe no I cia s, that i a, a 74, a 44, and a sloop,) wr!I Tne vast quantity of matter crowded, ment que possible, ct pour tnieux nous
t P. U. GAUT1ER small tribute for the which : the promiscuous limber, designating in I by small type and careful arrangement. terur hors de 'IA sphIre des .eol"i' s, des
Prest lent of tne Board of Trustees. part you I allcases their pr-ces for the frame of a .into the columns or every number of the j intrigues et dpersonnalit ., ,',J'S n' d.
.Taini'< Wobb "J line; taken in effecting this change. i. ship of the line, of a frigate, of a slcop: Saturday Kvenii-g Post. will in theC.lJfJ" mettrona J.lnJa! aUCUi' ccr.t# ritVe .

Tlx.s Iatt7.ell, I' Your collection plants of all sorts, and for promiscuous timDerTiu: otters of a r.'Oiith, furnish the most ample u'import quel can lidat ou que' ho mine

AVm 1'. hurt, buih( American and Foreign-your can be made deliverable a* anv oiuor, niait-riulfctrom which to form an inter- public ; mais nons 'recevrons tou,;ouraavcc

Josoph Russ'm. TRUSTEES.BO'IMXIC catalogues) with scientific names, afford : either or all of the yards above incnuoit- v ting periodical work sucli as the Casket .plai fir I les [1rour.uous dcs crlbainsquivoudro'ut
\\ J. Watson, J f.iciliiies:, which be where ed ; but the terns per cubicalfoot deliverable I iias been considered by its partial bien noil to:.rnrr des articles
TI-i;'. nUl'". can no at each (if a difference be rude friends_ and -such as we illt__nd_. _it_ _slml.__. KNotwithstanding .... de nature 3. 6urer dans 1 cal. !.' Ite nntrl'l0
'n -- -- -- ---- --- - -- -----
f'\1\n .n I else found. by the bidder,) must be distinctly ttcc. the / ctthat the Casket feuille tels sanl par'exempie, des mor-
So far as I have had occasion to It"is to be understood, that the Commissioners id but a. collection f-om the ..column oeaux ChOlSis de htterature ou de po sic.

import flowering plants from you, I will select such ofl'e l'S. and assign of the 'Saturday liveningPost, we conti 'analyse des ouvrages noveaux, lea d -
GARDEN have found them and to each bidder such portion of the timber dcntly} predict( and indeed we are sanc- I tails des proe'- !es plus ceicbres qui occu-
tndof' IQ .( 'Island correct ; : evcrv; required, (not less than one cnt'\ft" frame,) tK.'ied in the experience we already i per4)nt lea tribnllaux des silvers pays; h.iarrati .
iii 1'H'NCK}{i ,, m-ar NetvYorkV1LUAM )man who desirous of forming a collodion u.d designate buch yards for the deliveryas have, that ;;s moi>t numerous patrons will I t on \"Bl'men Joitique.s} J santcdotes

-'.': e nev C'..louties, fur 1SJ7 Froprictor., of this .fnitivtfl exotic plants; tiny they ii.it) judge expedient for the pub- be found aaiong the subscribers to our ing ieuse'. 1'exp ication do
cstahlirl'iv.are! ublishrd. i't! be as'>!! ..J that they \\ ill receive lic interest ; and further, that no money weekly paper. A lure number of those drcouvertes importsr.tea! tie proc d s
t max --rained: trr'Httt from Messrs. T. them from you with their right iia1ne.s '. will at anj' time, under any circumstance)* who lake the "P :--hpcrJ upon bat iitmveaux dans les arts, enftn des arti-Jea!

a'IJ J. '.. :, ... *j\ lear street: and peratadiu ,, to the fruit department, 1 can Ot advanced, and that none will be pan! pipe tt).* the news* ct the W'tk-it is de spectacle, de varictca &.c. Len core -
until an actual delivery of timber ; tliLt therefore rea'I with jtvidi y CJmu.i! pondancet que nous avons lublioa iiI%'
r.1 : c, vhJ may desire} it, bvd leiij because I have of eve-
-'n"T> a line to the proprietor to Ihjucfi'c sly :; : ii'ipoitf'd bond, with two or mu 'e sutiicietii( sureties, member 41't tll.4e.:. ily"h, J'pc it is re- Ktat-Unis, en Angleterre, et en France,
\ 1 hte: years but few trees. It is true for the faitht'hful tliaclurge of ct-ived! ajid this general} fourn dans
nuLls -va
: i-e
:1 i ha,'e it int: tiv sent to them any contract frequently Injures ce genre tout ce qui
f' .free 0 churgc .ft may also oe obtainr-ri asyon admit in your Cflaiict', that infijiirei will be required ; that the amount iU :;;Je..U1ce so :;uch ,;-. a'.iiui, l to pourra inter sser nos lecteuM.
1 t' fro i. tht ,ar ou, ag'fits in e\-ery fcectio> days some of your fruit trees ofiutu bond will be one third tnc clima render '.::ir.t :brth,'.;iC! i.uufor binding- Te qui precede nous parait suJEi-nt!

of the Union. This establishment wliich were misnamed : they did not always ted amount f the contract.ucover The nui '. s'.t 'no, n., t.vis! -"nrai; uuv, I i' ur douncr une idee de ce que :1 H. e're
wa CU'1'II'cJlc'fI3hout the middle of th- with; ibo tlmt, as additional and .llaieul : ciiy. af not t.' f: t't.i.\ ios-., iiitiatri! or I LK FvsiK-iKJis. Nous u-nniiions ti-j.;: lapoir
last f -iitun>, .lIt ha? kept ( !\ increasing rorrebponil European ten per ctutum of the availnof; each: cargo ntire1 't.-.tif.yf ", .'..: ;,,.. fjie tuus oruk- f 'ispeclus. Noire'irt'iiirr uumcro -
fruits of ili-j sume: in;me, 1 observe I will le reserved .,
I you and withiicld : -Thoi .: le
ever since, is by far tlir most extensive until -i OnU. .atct to prevent j p.I..tltr" 5 Mal pro jaat.j ; j.o.is prion
in the Union i and, in addition to have of1atl.l cautiously Mid severelycornnod the contract bluii ue full\. r.lJuIJieu. with N.is incoivncc.; iid to famuli at H' h le public delta acccrderquelq *:attv-nton.
the "n mtns requisitions of forni -rears : those el J ors ; and tlu fruits lo tie sa te/aclioti of vhc (;:-iiiiiiM:-i.-* ; ', ven. clie.*;" ')t.Ct.1; -iii; .tjiU5: fut matte : et si, comme ious "*=s'erun", nous uvons

) tllt' neu CaaItutue contains above which I h-ive recently tested from and twit in ai! .:deliveries timber, & Hue 'fo i's-.: !Ji. *ft ky! papcrwouU o.: vii-- J'av.-ns.a e de lui jilHirc, nous nous fl.tlon.-i

500 new varieties of Flints, never ofteivu yoiu' garden have been correct. piopottion of the! most tuLicult paj'ls ot'ttie birable whv"i .),'l"< -In th'a gi"iiM; ; a qu'il donnera a cette entrepnse un encoura. -
before to the public, And not in t frames shall DC delivvivd, otherwise i U&liall penrancui i.s-nu. lOud select association to .',einent liberal.Mous .
if any other e>tabli hmrnt in Am pojbe.sfilou ri- Feeling as I do, that the taste for [ he at in** option of the Commission- the choice pieces of our weekly comvi. puurionsajouter a ce qui ;pr--

ea. TIf': collectNm now offered to the flowers, or rather to speak more extensively I era to witnhoid auch amount, in addition hutors, it is co.uldently anticipated that c de que les redacteurssont Messrs: **

public! is as follows : 172 varieties: of Apples the relish for the beauties of to the ten per ceur. above mentioned I new and suc<' .-.>tul I induct inents will be mais comu.e i ii I: pensent qu'ils nont paa

; rovJufl1 airs ; ft of Cherries ; nature, i is gaining ground in our country as they may judge expedient for the pub held out for the exercise of superior talent encore acquit dans la republique dclettres !

(ifPli--.s 25 (It Apricots ; 84 of 13.91 ns it must do, I could not refrain lic interest, unid luch deficient pxopor- and uuusu.il care in our literary depart l une rt nom e assez etentliie pour
es i L\.i ol Nec.anne ; 100( of iion ofdillicult-tnnbers shall be ddivt:1 ed, men -tuaciditioM l't tile recommen- que leurs nonis puiscnt cur.tribucl" suoccs -
J4 ot M'jlbenies: ; 6 'f Quinces ; 16 of from expressing to you my thanksas and it is further to be understood, that dation of neatness m the gen ral appear. d'ur.e cntrt prise litttratre, its prefer-

J'ips ; IGot (juiranis; ; 15 Hnspbeiries ; an individual, for the great share all payments will be made at the places ance-and particular attention tu the ty. cut garder I'anonymc.

47 of Goi.vberries ; 20 of htrawbenies ; you }have had in promoting; this innocent of delivery. pographical execution, it i is our intention Nous ajoutcMis, pour 1'avantagedu Pu *

19 Walnuts, Chesnuts, and Filberts ; and delightful taste. I am afraid Those.who may offer to supply any part to embellish each number of the "Cask l lie en g. eVal, que les personncs qui sij
10 of Mediat, Persimmons, and Papaws } have ahead of and of this timber, are further requested to et" with three handsome ngravings, j voaent i l'instruction, ainsi que Its artistes*
you gone your age,
15.. 't'ilrriea and Whortleberries. state particularly their own residence the from the hands of borne of the most distinguished i qui voudraient faire connaitre leurs p"*
257 of t.:-..p1s. comprisingthe finest wine have expended a capital} in this ornamental ; names and residence.of their sureties, to ; artists of the country. ductions ou dunncr de ia publicity i leurs

and 'able" : Grapt.s of France. Italy Germany part of gardening which forward letters from such persons, stating With these chums to patronage, the travaux, et les tnventeur>'dc decjuvertes

giui the: Crimea, and are priced at from will; be slowly reimbursed, if ever ; their willingness to become sureties, and "Casket" will as has been previously d'une utilite g ncrnle: pourront nous

S7 'CII'i to gl each-they are also offered but it i is clear that wo should never also to forward evidence of the competency mentioned, be afforded to those who subscribe adresser leurs anuoncea; nous nous ferons

in assortments clone dozen each, $8I I make any advances, without an establishment of such persons as sureties to the for that paper exclusively at the un vrai plaisir de les inserer dans nolie
for tnt first! 56 for the second and $. j convenient and amount far which they may become low price of.gdO per year, a subscrip feuille, sans aucune retribution.
for the thud ortinent, and they wilt ocsejectetl so so ne bound. All offers are to be sealed and hon which it is confidently believed, is Tout ce qui est refatif a ce journal doitetre
to sun any climate from Maine cessary yours. There is one ad- directed to the Commissioners of the Na- much lower than that for any other pub adress a I'linprimerie, chez MK.! A.
|o (;eIl'gl.t. Toe collection ornament. vjintage which your garden enjoys and vy, and endorsed with the following lication of a similar character in this L. lojM4nx, me de Chartres No. 1:7.
,tI 1 ricos, !.rubs.urd) I'lants coneists of which cannot readily be taken from words, viz : Offer to furnish Live Oak country-but to the subscribers of "The Le prix de la aouscriptioti est de 13,

1(>53 spt-jcs and of Roses 500 mot i! you: the climate of Long Island is under the advertisement of 12th March, Saturday Evening Post" "The Casket" par an, payable a demande.NoureUeOrleans. .
&pJt'lll1it.l'ittieSt! 1827. will be furnished le 20 Avril 182T.
including 70 of Chilies tor g2,00. ,
} one which is furnish
? nioutiily Roses. The Green house I} adapted to plants The timber iato be inspected and measured ATKINSONLEXANDER WM -
for all
I the Northern and of W2&TZ
department consists of most to the rules .
; more 20,00u I1'liiiis i established Philadelphia. NFORMS his
[ triends and the pub-
aDd t ouuinsall the most b the middle and Atlantic, as well as bv the Board, a copy of which may be Subscriptions to the CASKET received a.lie generally, that he keeps thePLANT'
ful a; d interesting species known. au.t-I'tho Western States. I most sincerelywish obtained on application to the Navy Agent at this Office.Uor. 1OTZi.

-Ncw '.ark. \!rch 20. ; for yourselves, success and remuneration either at Pensacola, Savannah and will take great pJeusul in CcUa ol:1ting
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IN HI}-at->,-ence- -Cpt-- M Crupper is au and for your country, Baltimore Charleston, Philadelphia C., Norfolk, New, Washington York hale Lo'W, t those who may favor him with
heir cubtoai.
tno.tzed to receive and pass receipt I, your steady and spirited continuationof ton, or Portsmouth, N. H. House and Lot situated
ot ractsfo uiy: monies due WIN also to make con- your efforts.i Any bid not made in conformity to this IS THE the Public Square, tne -T.allaltt"t.t- ,7r.-rreb.-- 182713t.

the hue oi mv negroes &c. h -ve the honor to gentlemen, advertisement, or that may iut be received : property of the late Col. \Vui.Kinar. I t1l '"f t tCQ.
liyrdC.illig.. 1 within the time herein limited for re- ."For terms apply to andLipacLt
TenncoU Feb. 28lh 18 -tC respectfully yours, ceiving bids, cannot be considered F. H. Nisbet.I Executed I with neatness

i, LowelL -tJl..t July 1827 PenmcoU 6tb AjrU 1837.+-.& t tI ( at oiiii 9fficeJ

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