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: July 6, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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-VoL.l'r. (Print pttJnonhDmi"u. ) PENSAOOLA, FRIDAY, JULY 6th, 1827. '(Open to all[.parties influenced by none.) No. 18."t ;

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- YCDLIUSEDYErrILY, WY make and pass all such ordinances, cil men elect, and administer to eachof MIscmlal.A.1\I1r. was a model so exquisite, that even-

W. HASELXi BWCVT, and to impose such fines and penal. them, an oath or affirmation similarto From. tie Post. the charms of Venus or Hebe could
Philadelphia Evening
SOLE: EDITOR Arrn PnorRtKTon; ties for infringement! thereof, or non that taken bv himself. Midnight Attack. add nothing. The landlady viewed

Publithernftht Laws of the United Stales compliance therewith; as shall to the Sec ] 4. Be it further enacted, That with astonishment and admirationtheir
One ef
the Treasurer shall receive all coldest and most dreary matchless '
monies But desired
bat taJTlQt'-Year g5 said City Council seem necessary to guest. being -
due and to the said : days of vinter, during the long pro. the old
Half year 3 give effect and operation to the powers owing cor- by gentleman to leavo

Quartet year 1 50Subscription ,and regulation to the duties, herein poration, and he shall keep an accu- tracted struggle of the Americans for them alone while they sat at supper

i payable in advance. and hereby giv:jn: and imposed to, rate account of the same, and all mo- liberty, two" officer, apparently very she withdrew. The mind of the young

Avfrarl5IKoEvery advertisementof and upon i the said Corporation or ney paid out, for or on account of( said young, were seen bending their course maiden appeared to be absorbed in

width of one column and measuringnot City Council, any 1 law of this Territory : corporation shall be paid by the trea- l slowly down the rough side of a bleak distressing contemplations ; she la'I
more than twelve lines of this type,first II mountain, west of the Alleghanies,
continuo to the contrary notwithstanding : surer, on an order of the Council; attested boured under great anxiety for herself '
dollar, each weekly
iostttum one the sterile
of which together
BUCC fifty with its the In-
the lame rate. Hnle ami figure work, be levied on persons not entitledto by the Intendant. I proximity to fears, and enlarged on the appa

double price for the first infcjrtiou. Advertisements I vote for Intendant and Councilmen Sec. 15. Be it further enacted, That i dians, hal hitherto deterred any Eu- rent danger of their situation, and the

Mill be tastefully (playeil, j and Provided that the said the first election for Intendant and i ropean from endeavoring to inhabitit. appearance of the house. "Pshaw,
according to HIP nat:tle of tlirm, and. will ; Theyvere homewards
K measured l hy matter of this sit'.c type. ordinances and rules shall be s'jjned: Councilmen under this act, shall take I returning Maria said he, no one would b.
\Vl.cn! mmtcd; interval, ,I hat is! not in- by the Intendant, and attested bv the place on the fourth !Monday in Jan- the army employed on the wes- fool enough to attempt injury upon a

urtcd every week, from the! first to the Clnrk* and that no ordinance shall !he uirv: J 82Au such succeeding election tern frontier, and had proceeded thus }person prepared and armed like my-

last f lns\!ritousi each insertion will be cliarjj- salary or shall he held on the first Monday far on their journey without a solitary self, and if they were so hardy as to .
rd as a new a-Jvcrtfocmcnt.-Amounts for passed granting any pay adventure. The countenance of one, it
what but
and the certain
of attempt punishment
the said Intendant every year
. cm \)ycrtifl1pa'ablc always who
appeared to be the youngest, was would be their lot." "Y "
Libeial contracts will be made with Councilmen, or to either of them. said elections shall be held under the es, .

Chose who wish to advertise by the year.rr Sec. 6. Be further enatcd, That inspection and superintendence of\j overcast I with a settled gloom ; his replied she, "if wo were overpowered -

directed to W. complexion was of a darkish hue, and could bodies rise
Communications our
the said Council shall three inspector,: who shall be judi- up to wuse
City htvepow- ,
HlUd1 Hunt. Pot :Master Pensacula, will his brow furrowed with the toils of i the murderers." "
and the rl
er to compel the attendance of its cious and discreet persons, ; ,

k duly.; attended to. members, and to judge j of the election votes shall Jio: given by ballot, but no war. The other in vain. attempted he interrupted, "let me hoar: no
-- -- : '.to a rrrStc."v 1 : : : eQ'vercatlgn: rv)r-r." Maria hid her face
LAWS or e. oRLDA. returns and quahiRhiibus "frf"me In- judge of iii j election shall he qiuUfy- in her

lendant and its own members, and to run for the office of Intendant or an impenetrable cloud hung around bosom with painful sensations, for she

Councilman shall be him, nor could his companion divert knew her father loved her too well
the yeas and] nays on any question! City or eligible to .

!shall, at the request of any two members to said offices, or either of them, at his thoughts from their accustomed speak so harshly unless actuated) by

eta be placed on the record. the} time ho ;is to judge of the election. channel, until a house was descried; some powerful motives. To explain

to .. v Sec. 7. He if further cmcf'jThatthe Sec. 16. Be further. enacted, That at distanceust] raising its head above these she readily referred to her. own

R'w' said City Council shill have power it shall Lethe duty of the said inspectors the wild scenery around it ; a few feelings ; and indeed nor w -hout

curls of smoke now and then arose cause, were her conjcrfurej, for the
to select a Treasurer, clerk, and or any of them, to receive ,
from its chimney, barely sufficient to looks of the landlord!
the and the 1 his hurled:
to of
such othc} Heel s, as to the said City votes, cause name
show that it oats inhabited, though the speech, the studied! c-ustson which
-- .w Count ,1 m.iy seem necessary to give ('vel'voter to be taken down amid inscribed he
!; in book bo for that external appearance! ; was almost enough observed, wero enough to: produce I
An acttc ir.rorpor.itc the Cty: o( Ta'.lahapsre.Be v 1't t to the powers, and l'cgulHiollto a to kept
it enacted by the Governor and the duties, I by this act given to, cimposed ;purpose! and to cause the poll to beheld to have deterred! any from approaching suspicion in ; Kss:: i ( it, but a soldier used to in- hers. ::\01' did the
Legislative Ccunc.il;: ofthe Territory lon, the aid City Council, at such place as they or any two app'vriucv of the I
ho The surli it
>pitality. tavern ( room in whirh she
of) Florida, That all the free wh'le; and to Jfjiennino tie: salaries of the of them may deem proper, and to betlpcilt'll .v.'s to I paso tho
appeared to bo on closer inspection,) night these feaThe f
and continue from nine ;: lingo
made the of said tlicl : ud l the dismiss,
; inhabitants over age twen- ;) rs, s'ne: to : open '
ty-one years, comprehended within at pleasure, and two thirds, of said o'clock in the morning until t five in was built of logs, through the crevicesof walls, tlicdirkclosi-:-? !soiled and .

the : when the Inlhiis shall which, the winds whistled to every torn fjpestry of ;he bed, anal I r tree craw -
tIc}: South} East quarter of section thir-! City Council may expel a memberof evening, 1

t\-si.x: town 1si p one, range; one, north the said Council, for disorderly! be told, and the name: o''' the person j note in the gamut, and was surrounded :, door, operated only! to confirm
(! by a leafless( forest, from which the | 'hem. That winch h.-- iather
ui ine basis parallel, and west of the behavior, or mal-conduct in office having the greatest numer!: of votes: i ji occu-

meridnn, in the county of Leon and I Sec. 8. Je further enacted, Thru i. for( Intendant shill; be declared, anti:! j jt cry of the half-starved( wolf and panther pied was on the oilier s'deof: the

lstrfct; of Middle Florida, and two it shall be the rtjtv of the sid City t the names of the persons having: the I were alternately heard, producing 1 building, adjacent to the apartment of
a most awful discord. A suspicious the two officers. All had retired
}liMidro-1' 1 feet outside of the said boundr.iv Council, to cause to be kept regular greatest number of votes for Councilmen when
!looking landlord at tho call the clock
struck the
appeared slowly hour of
: i line, and their successors, he, and records of their proceedings, and of : shall be declared; and the t
of the travellers, grumbled a surly twelve it was of thoe old fashion
H u'.tn for the term of five years, their ordinances, rules, and regulation .'names of the said Inte tt ,mitt and j;
wcJ! ome and led them into the house made
thousand and shall their Councilmen! elect} shrill be recorded!! time-pciccs during tho administration -
from he first day of January one I ?, they promulgate I :
The remains
of dinner set of the
eight hundred and twenty-seven, [i ordinances without! necessary delay, : and notice of their election given to a were protector. Its :onos
I before,them, which they eagerly devoured were solemn and awful,just like thO. 0
each of them.
a body corporate, by the name and by posting the same at the common
and 1 be shown whose the
requested at of
*t\le of the City of Tallahassee; &. market plac- on the capitol or at the j I Sec. 17. Be further enacted, Thatit peal ghosts old were

by their corporate name may sue and door of the Council room, or in any shall he the duty of tiC said City ; immediately to their apartments, but wont to rise from their graves, and
were told that the best in the house strike terror to the guilty heart. The
be sued, imlpead and he impleaded, newspaper in said City, so that the Council i), at least iwo weeks previous-j.
a were already bespoken by a gentleman two officers, Maria, and hor father
& do all other acts as natural persons, same be exposed to public view at ly to the day appointed for election, j ,
who was to the night there. heard it with peculiar emotion. A
and hold real leant tour weeks the of election pass
and may purchase personal to appoint inspectors: | "
-" But, added the landlord, we colrl sweat came on the forehead of
and mixed propertyor disposeof Sec. 9. Be further enacted, Thatit I by this: act required, and to notify ]
have another which has no bed, to the old gentleman and his heart beat
the same for the benefit 61 the said shall be the duty of the said City 1 them of such appointment and the j "
i. which if please. hard. The creaking of tho f
you may go you sign post
Council hold in said: shall
City. cScc. > to their meetings public inspectors give public notice "
I Conduct the elder
us there, replied and window shutters their
I[ on
2. Be further enact rd. That and at such times and places as to within three days thereafter, by I rusty
officer, "I'll warrant we'll soon make hiuccs combined with the
the government of the said City shall the said Council may seem fit, and' }posting up 1 at the market and three whistlingof
I it comfortable. A malicious pleasure the wind through the! decayed timbers -
be vested in a City Council, composed the Intendant shall! be President o:" different places, of the time and l I
spread over the face of the host of the mansion, produced a shud-
of an Intendant and eight Councilmen the board, and in the absence or disability place of such election.
at these words and without more ado frame.
throughout They
each of whom shall have the of the Intendant, a majority of Sec. 18. Be it further enacted, Thatif dering every
he seized a candle and led them to a were endeavoring to sleep, notwith-
: of being the proprietor the Council on occasion of the refusal absence,or
qualification may any ap- by reason( ,
I. room at the of the building, which standing all these when a
top annoyances
of a lot, or the occupant of a house, point from among their number au othfr(! unavoidable casualty, the In- ,I
seem as if it might have been the piercing !shriek was heard through the
anr! habitation of bats for half a century ; inn, quickly followed by the cries of
tvhlsin the limits aforesaid, in orderto tempore, to do the duties of Inten performing; the or aniljng.dutie! by "
I a small window, with shattered panes, murder l", which operated variouslyon
fill either of said otT'es. ant Provided however,. that a majority \ this: act required, it hall in such case
served for an entrance, and the flap- its different inmnte The 1-md-
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That of the City Council then 1n e- be the duty of the Intendant in office,
ping of their wings produced such a lord was r.ot in 'he house, but his wife
lie Intendant shall have the power, sent, may sit with closed doors, when- to cause a new election to be held
noise as but a melancholy pre- and servants, who couid have afforded
rtud exercise all the duties and deem the interest who shall gave
may ever they may public by the same Inspectors,
of what their sleep might be. asistance, kept close nor dared
receive the feo, of a jsist 1:ce of the requires it. forthwith give at least one week's no- sage
The landlord, with a fiend-like smileof to stir. The distracted father, who
peace, within the said! Corporation.Sec. Sec. 10. Be further enacted, Tint tice of the same, and hold another e-
::;ati faaiun, bade them good night, knew the voice too well, sp-;'114 to the
4. Be it further enacted, That five of the said City Council shall I lection for Intendaut, conformably to
and hastened to make the preparations door, but it w-is fast: and was Lacked
the said Council shall have full form for the transaction this .
City a quorum j regulation.Sec.
for other quests.-They heard the outside. The window!* were tri.'il: in
puwer and authority to prevent and business.! 01"1' 19. B : it further enacted, That I
door pulled to ,dhhim, and with hor- vainthey were s\ cru c-.l for dm'pose. mr-
remove nuisances, to l.<.eic and Sec. 11. Be it further enacted, Th Aaron PeabodyJames: : Bryant and t tV
side He
bar thrust in on the other to ran raving: up anfwn
rors a
regulate auctioneers and auctions, re- it shall be the duty of the *:*id Cay \ m. Witlicrington be, and they arc .
secure it. Various were the conjectures : toe room in total darkness car! .-; trlt
taacrs: of and and Council from the Treasurer
goods liquors, taverns exact hereby appointed inspectorsto super- I.
formed their treat- for help.1 With Iu i. ; tu tno
to restrain or prohibit all sorts at least four times inch calender injend the election for Intendant and they upon! !
thousand different expla- of numerous foors.opj nd
: trampling
of gaming, to license and regulate I year, a statement of the receipts, i j. Councilmen for said city, on the ment. A to their imaginations the cries of his daugluc-r grow f: ;I..rur x

theatrical; and other public amusements and of the expenditures of monies, & fourth Monday of Jamnry, one thou- nations were presented ]lost in the
thefancied their host a and f:inter, until they were
to establish and regulate markup of the sums of monny due to and sand eight hundred Mid twenty seven, robber; whoaftor plundering distance.

direct the safe of the from the sa'ul l and and of them do midnight ,
to keeping coipor.ron I cer- they or any two may who in this of
them of what they possessed, would | The only one scene
.vaudard: of weights and measures, tify the same to be correct, if on examination the auiit< of superintending required, service
I!I : the treachery with the as- confusion performed any wasthe
appointed, by Congress, to provide such statement is found to s i I and in the event of the occurrence of complete officer
1 sassin's knife. In the midst ot'their dark complexioned young ,
anti burial of the admit of such certificate and to I of the casualties j:
update grounds out require any contemplated by ruminations a noise and bustle was who no sooner heard the shrieks of

s-iid. : limit, for the use of said City, to.. a report of stock and other property .; this act, to prevent the organizationof heard below, which, from what exclamations I I the lovely Maria, than like her fatherhe

:>u vellsand! 1 I erect and repair pumps, I I of said City, committed to his said City Council, they or any they, could overhear they sprang to the door, and found

in the streets and public squares, to charge.Sec. two of them, are hereby authorised to his
arrival the
ascertained: to be caused by the himself in same predicament,
f.ect anti repair} market houses and 12. Be it further enacted, Thatit hold a re-election for Intendant.Sec. of tho expected gentleman and his next resource was the little window.

public scales within the aforesaid lim- shall be the duty of the said Iniori- 20. lie further enacted, That the danger or diffi-
suite. What was his object in moving Without consulting
i':!*. excepting the capitol and pleasure} dant, to see that the ordinances of limo the said! Intendant and City Councilmen I of he made one
about at this perilous period, am unable culty attempt,
*fr.iH::: s, to establish and regulate jratint said Council are duly executed, andto shall have power to fill vacancies to tell. All I know of it, is, spring,and fouud himself the next mo-

;-, to regulate the storing of gun call a meeting of the Councilmen j in their own body, by causing an that ho ol...large fortune I ment rather uncomfortably- lixedup to-

).''v.v! and license hawkers when in his the public good election be held in the was a gentleman
l..r, to tax opinion I to same man- travelling wi'h his only child, the neck in a largo brush heap, which, t

I-.. i pedlars, to restrain and prohibit may require it, and ho shall lay before ner as is provided for in this act, out and few domestics, one of whomwas as if placed there by somo overrulinghand

t. !'jilnig, houses lotteriesto provide the Council from time to time in writing of the citizens qualified to fill tho a him saved his limbsor
before him to secure to preserve ,
air .he establishment, ofluiplicschools, such propositions as he may same, and that the said Intendant amid despatched the inn. his arrival certainly neck from otherwise certain dislo-

'.Uf! supcrinlendance of the same, to deem advisable for the welfare of the 1 City Councilmen shall in all cases quarters at 1
caused noise at the place; cation.
restrain and punish vagabonds' and said Corporation, and the said City continue their respective functions, the great immediately caused the The shock of the fall almost stun-

(-sordcrly persons, and the disorderly Council shall have power to adjourn until their successors be elected and landlady the however he soon recovered
1 whole stock of servants, which, by ned him, -
conduc' of negroe.; and persons of from time to time. qualified into office. extricate himself. But what

C"lour, ami generally to providefor Sec. 13. Be further enacted, That Sec. 21. And be further enacted, bye, was not and very the great I landlord, to be himself put in so was us to to be done? The robbers had by

the 1 interior ,lire: and the said Intendant shall, within five That white male inhabitant of requisition,
I p good govcrutcnt every : sallied forth with his most obsequious I this time got out of hearing, and even

of sd; City. days after'his election, take an oathor the age of twenty-one years or upwards 1 air to receive the and welcome !- if he could overtake them, what was

few. 5. Be further enacted, That solemn affirmation, before any who shall havo resided three him to the tavorn.The stranger. his single arm to a multitude 1 Courage -

tho said City Council] shall have judge justice of the peace of this mouths within the limits above described of this old gentlemanwas supplied him with answers, he-
power to levy a tax for the purposes i j Territory, that he will to the utmostI and every white male person whom term without : commenced pursuit, and after a few

recited in the preceding section .of!I, of his power, support, advance and who shall have resided six months one we might her miles discovered with the greatest
this act, in such manner and under I defend the interest, peace, and good within the County of Leon, and one exaggeration a perfect moulded by the joy those he pursued at some distance.

such circumstances as the said Council order of the City of Tallahassee, and month in the City of Tallahassee,shall features were nicely leaving the road and crossing
hand of nature, and her glossy ring- By
J>han: conceive least burthensome' faithfully and diligently discharge the be entitled to voto for Intendant and neck through the woods he soon came up
fell orcr her ivory ;
to the citize.ns, and to provide for the ,1 II duties of Intendam of the said city, Councilmen for the said Corporation. lets these gncefully her boasts; with them ; the party had stopped.

:collection thereof Provided, that no during his continuance in office, and I II. D. STONE, yet were not greatest of lie found it to consist; of the villainous ,
tax shall be real will the President of the Legisla tire Council. there was something in her eyes the female
imposed on property I that; In- support constitution. landlord, and two Indians, but -
at I II GEORGE E. TINGLE, Clerk. more than mortal beauty ; purity
any higher rate than one quarterof ttfhe United: States. And he shall, Approved, January 20th, 1827. j beamed from those they had taken was not to be

ono percent, on the assessed valueof 'within the aforesaid time of five days WM.F.DUVAL. |of her imagination she Ii l seen.-Rags and horror at tho deed ,
celestial ;
the same, and sfeall have power to 1 after the election CQUVCBC the Coun : Governor of tbe.Territory Florida. [ orbs with brightness


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: ;IT iwnpnrd: : .lliry 1 In' d; ronrniittrd; Ili i j j i lIitCtl; 5t3fe?, on ibe! roth day of M..y .I The rice lands of! Carolina are now miles below Fort Miichcl: in four days : _- .b---r__ :. _. _

c.'e'! his Ue;.>;, and J di. -v; ,iihis swoid, i jlhich f l.'ist t bv Count Luchesi i, Consul General selling at two hundred dollars per a- from Mobile, without meeting with any dOZIDIV ClAfZOtf.

\\. luckily ho h-d t bo., ij.ht wiih'. < of His Holiness the POI;", that : crc, \vhle: those of Florida, equally delay ol consequence and but few Territorial -

; }11m, n an "W".T.1 Mr! l'I H..t1: !; > it n J j I ;rt'.i; foreign; nrtl: dr.crimir.atint duties) wdl suited in some parts; to the cultivation obstructions in the river. Fort Gaines reasury.

the J "f .";, 1"111. :' 4'II 11Y II" l'II.d'" !,.\ 1:I(: (efionna :. !'d! iJ11postilhn't.he; ; doniinionsof 1 of that article, are selling at; p! was the highest point on the river ahe MR. HV.TT tor the Peniacola Gllzet:.

;H'f'l11r.1icn I HIif'; ',) 11ti't'IIII;; '_ )! 11 I ;,< I Holiness, so far: as rcI I; only! three or four dollars." [Vide] : could) reach at this time, the water being SIR-I do not often write

t had} Jift'ii it'Os-i 1 ;>o.j.ipiou: : ':c' I'ItI If. xjucted tht- vs.w d Is of the United I. Mr. White's letter in Nat. Journal !! at a lowstage, but in the wintrr paper, and naI! in future do it |heai for the ne"'_

the l1rpo"l' fl" .: .If.r .:f IKT) (for !I I Su'te aad the rneirhandizu ol their !yth Feb. 1827.] I tit is thought she can proceed to the ly.as jou V.eccde my article "lIn irequPl1t.

whom I I hr 1 bJ ris|, .! i..? l.fe.; IJnt! hisfjrief proLiucu 1 JIIJ! inanisfacwre) :: I impojlcdin : j jI Sewr.il, of our most respectable falls; twelve miles above Fort Mitch lemarks. I never aid that Jour O i5
I I not make the maa"
w.is nUt ,(1.".t. :';
I disl'o\.r. III') S:1lH''; h.JLd a; trce'. i : rPw's l'a'i md have undertaken L learn that there are no towns yet established tended to say, toat when one'h4J' I ouiy in.

! r ."- -:tl iur e.\C' n "ql"(: i.:) hiv; .I: Now, therefore, I, JOHN QUINCY large improvements. The late Gov- on the river below Fort : tatlun ota reipectuble and COUip4C tCe% :.'epn..

: fmm, ih HI >)K'C ic.i 1 \\4ih-JsKriclL, !'. An\Mf, Proj-idrw! of t the United !<.%rn* rof this State, General Clarke,p Gaines. A place deposit, we understand moral crstor to and support honorable, and u bound, Lv su"lJacr 1kZ1.

4 Fr-Vi' '!.'. 'Lni"In cxl.n Stale [ the fourth I the Rev. Peter Gautier and Jacob coimderaton
I ?, confurnMhly( to .CoL is to be established near the hand dowu the inheritance l<*

(sd}_ tIll) ; in M ;instant si if) W.*. lo'-\etl] section' of the art of Congress aforc-i Robinson, have fixed their future mouth of thc Apalachicola, at place from honen parents to innoccn ota ?* 00j u11e'

:. ill ihe arm (,1 f her, IOIT. :\ t tiiis sai 3fJo, hereby prtirluim and di-clart, i dn elling place upon this eminent situ, called Point," and that vesselscan he Should not upon sligb jrroundl Cai1L.1 10 H' 'l ;

mo-ni'iit ill" o': *;. .iem-in nil his I t tl-at! the foreii'ii. diacriminatiu unties -I ation. In order moreover, to their carry eleven feet over the Bar pected fence of or charged witn the IIJt4tIIoli s 7

. se:' 'n >, and tls!.' o'hei: otFu'erijlived I : of tonnage and i impost, within tho United I own as well as to the rising interest: and to within about six miles of this given to correct pecul-tioii-but! occasional time ",oula ,T

: to i oii'plete their h .}.j.I-O.- 'Ii Mrmsifnr'hele.ij States, lire and shall besvspended 1)1(11:5;: place, these gentlemen have .place--Register. that tremendous sentence of error b-fore

: ; l) of F e.ers :k. his roni- I I and discontinued, so far as respects established a Literary Institution, and TALLAHASSEE, June 9. is i pronounced, through public public opion.

,; r:1 c,uot) r.riii' io lolhr.v KS: ii.xiir.'le( :] t the ves eN ofthe subjects of His Holiiifss endowed it with a Teacher x f known L Land Sales..-The sales were closed Jf be the money alluded to is not l1e".i.a..t paid. I ,}l,11: .
I Ii"V z'cI'l.t'1. rllbits hii *'. (JJ' MI the the P OH', ;Mid! t the I i merchandize j labilities and classical[ : attainments *it on Saturday last, the highest price when that is latistartorily to condemn as any other dud

f thU' ofh., 'Ot\it1 ;.nn ttlll lilt 'r'.d: of 1 ihe !produce cr nrinufactnre of his their own cost. Thus arc inducements given was $4 42 tho whole averaging will. hear from Ju.icia' ,ascertained in \

\ the "I.t 1 :;,'uth-r.n, who Minnw\,nnr: dominions, imported) into the United multiplying in proportion to the Jjout t 75 per acre As was predicted very diflerent tOW the.last Communication a langt1are
}hi. .di\: foilnwrd and I Ii States in the the said A defalcat ontrom '
!er'aHt', : ( same : suspension evelopment: ) of local advantages, for a large amount has been entered accident, or mlitortUQf.

i Overtook them; :.S WO Jl.iVO S"l'M.Tlirv I lo :t.k: ,- ('litH't0111 the thirtieth ,I settling these productive shores. since or imprudence oven, where the-e are
I I Monday morning.- Advocate.cth means of rt'SII.H.I.iou. is.. in ,-__. _no.
: were -. !iOU! to n.'tI II), hrn tIll I of, :31.iv:, ''ism-said: and to continue so i I Utorlcston 28. .-- -----_.-- -- .-. turpitude Doint---.. n... &U\JTIIl
May f -- uuttillgcfJmp
-Saturday: ---- red .
: lan.'Joid} having; ; prti;,ly! renneruti, I long .is the reciprocal exempt.on)!) of !,f last having been appointed; for the mn 'It 1" (A i'P.V affects a whole community nd which"hich

confessed that they, were iiwiiMtrd: to I ve-'v 1 l.s belongin;! !i to citizens ofihe) i.1; f }purpose, the sentence of the law was -( M-- be replaced. I wnt to see if it is paid care}

tin deed hy Major -- .U) officer -I nited! States, jud merchandize aforesaid !I pronounced l by his Honor I Judge uot back. the bclore voice there of nil is the ccnsuie. and if it j u

in the British: army, who h-td: JMCViou therein) laduii, shall be conrinucd: ;i: H iellt: n1 JII, upon the t following indi- creditors of this mutinous!) and! discontented *
k JIc w."s fOt.JlIftf'r r.vruted. Th..1 (;iH'1I uti:'t.. -II:. haiiii.nl; tI'! o City of i \rlin-.1: I ,
I t''n, lli.-: < >i "'.tt4& ii i\ cf June 1 in I John) Thompson, who was con- usticia,
1\J. jor '.;.S so mortified;: .I; his t.failure! L-irl.ii ; It ii
out :>: ti.iii! >'tint fiiii.t; Jiumlrt-il amiitatci !Ivicied of:grand larceii Upon being astonishintj ho".ollr language
,1, < IK ro'iiined i lr; rommissien and hI: "III::, 'I'\""t :11.1..1; I ::Jr" I iii):pInde11L.e Offhc j 1, 1'hl"l l presented by "JU'Una"-wpBuevV-u misrt
3 a: usual; why) sentence should the late a'f.:' d
Cllifl'j! :
i.'ic! hfr't.% i ecretaryofour
retained to Err 1 no1. FreJericKvnls ; (I Territory, Col. \-
Jl )H.&LJiUV AD.U-l not ie: Pd t&cd! upon him, he addressed ton, of the infamous offence cf"peculation"! -
\ '1C' old j.Tntlenan? his atemJ- 11tft! If*, the we mereh showed from hid -
C-OMrt ;
f I vindication of his con own letter thn: ho
ai.;". -i i1i i Ins conn .f l'>.ir.timed homo, H.'CLAY, i bad ill February 1CQ6, currtl for the Territory
lifSt.'uc. duct. He was) sciilenved) t It) he branded the sum of W; thousand
.md i w's; soon) '. :' inn "d to IMarinu ; I JsvK-t..iy eight hu.i in-d au'I
I :
.-.- ------- which! Mitenco was carried into1tdmt cct\-nlJc. dollars and ten
-. -. -. --- ccuts, anj hav
\ o fi' ( I rinnnts nun 1ttn - :- ----- asked what o
J.v rD01lIiJ has
it1L'1l i'I I I become of it ?" It
J't.tL'Y l
(( execution. 'FIitJ has
) Cer
: linverv he dsspl ivid in .lu' !\1'dniht! SJtC. : ; 1827.I .. Jiunlj: appeared thaf we have 't'reaiury inr,|
.- = -._ = David P. IJinjfloy-assault and -- tliai the course of Justice i ia impeded .
--- -
Attack. -
OIIASMVN.Tic F'UUl ilic Lit! rwfiiln llernltl. \b.ittvry I -scnenced J. mouths' imprisoijinon I trite sans. peur. < of the want of it-but it tie! proper authoriticM .

Fate of C-twi$.-A soi: of Florida.Yare) : Si..i!"oy to notice j.tinponoral *. :: --- -= "-" ': -'_- '.al'mrNz. the of the Territory are content t: Jean
inotesecure Cui.Vaic'H's
ofJuly. The of
the Muses (IW' :; ]f.\criu-) v/\\* com-) "i'} ; '' u nice of: dlT.iirs in J 'nncs P. McCirllouirh) -convicted wa' slioivn, by the spirit Citizens ofPcnsa-ImJepeuJenre .ee no rcju why he should} ofl'cr to hands return, wo it

Ic.llo I.IOII K:-.! iy 1 11 istundi-r the I this !p-irtofour) Territory : and so furs of gambling in a public house-sentenced cola, -by hulcpendcntly celebrating the ed bur and, if it fraudulently should appear detained that it has been deraacjl

\tflt: ) a. .. Eli: h.j pllt) a p'llh.tir I a we have hc.in.; !, of the Territory to imprisonment for three I Fourth l each as he pleased, wwhout any ask! Jitstjcia; how much time;..uPteiapsebeforn t.en, we would

advertisement, soliciting! ch4Ltflt! () I 2'elI'rJlIy.; Ji i ]is rvnfidently believed months, and to a fine of two hundred i public manifestation of'ruspcct for thc daor ) the refuel: to pay viiI; amoui to tile infaniouj
4 the pau; ; mnl) went boir/i.'ip absuit the I tlui! every iing bears: an ;aspect of II III dollars. jwy for. the Approfiiiate ctent which!salute it was w-the re anniversary. firedat offtuccoipecuLuicn"- .'-[Editor Pen. G a .
.;tt C'f'ts for several Mi'rk>, iiividmLr:; his, jic j E ECtI1 h-t'er: tinies to COIIKand; we verily Norman Gayiord-assault and battery tle Naval and Military stations in this 0 -_

hours hew ('PII Piacchus kin! : believe that th'njis aiii i.:: progress that I II -fined i twenty-five dollars. vicinity. "** Xon-pubiication of the Lan J.

A.pu1lo. To a question' of tho iui4 :- I will far-lint; the PI.MJW of t bettering Thomas llcilty, convicted of Sailiiiir C3 of the Constellation. l'rom the East Florida Herald, June 6.

gitrate, whether he 1 hboret) l fur a li\- every individual rOll iiOl:: *. We mentioned robbery, a man named highway The United Stith>.'' Frigat n-tellation, Tho Pensacvla Gazette contain

;ing, he said) lit relied! m.iiriy: upon his : th.it: a ;i"tm.i: w mill; was about (Chambers Keilly upon indicted : JESSKKViLKisov llsj C-imumnder a }lenghy article on thrsui",'Pct of *,hol1pthlication" (
iutclleclu.il h.11 le cr.lled be I !b. Si. Johns was in October crossed the bar of P.n' :tcola hnrbor on Sa- > ; ( of the laws
gifts ; : atPeolle'i to erected o-i! ? ; .i lId l lS'fl".1 1 Jt ; and
I a charge of lad and
upon l.irceuy, ttuday proceeded to sea ou iiun- hu
houses antI wrote to ( iviaV'' !lii-.nd tji.it a jresrntmeiis} : of the Grand
company to which he We Jury
I plead guilty : but day mom ing- luidoi stand that she
order iipon any and overy i iven sub- !L.'.. .1 t. .' :'.tlll'd( : in bo city of New !I \heinsj advised to withdraw tht, upon tomid H\'t'i f) five left water on the bar, And t tl.->o published notices this griev/ttice

jeer I, n itt i that mauv; Peopje j.yid him I I Vc- i k ? m> ;r. 1-irce capital;: for tie! purh j dhl so, p.r--idtd? ad; pica that the sumo lv.lpth has been uniformly also,. \r e arc glad that the peoplo
tw > snd? four shiliin2; for not guilty, ; upon found at stneiul tihTttrcnt tines 'ithin the are Ix inning to
> as min-r pose of si'itliipf t ; sjjg.ir p; anti; u'tis. triP I' i..J. J,3 : comprehend th6
; was anddisclvi last l fUUI'.cc.ks..
Iii" :;. BereJl.on, the com-.sel f for th'pH1l'r I Th'ti: eliteprize: : no doubt will:! bewilh UTe.I.j LJ acqnilthil i inisdiiels that have for a long time
the -
'I IH ; nifht: of thevviv
} M-iiHrkc-d, that it w.s not e.pericd \- crowned) ( success ; and we Live J.iy!: ::;H.M wnlch); he had been Fire Company N6.< 2.-U'e are req ted 'been accumulating! upon us by evil

l ; tl t !he sons of)t MMII) ;' to }per( rm been much surprised chat such a plan) aCvjiiiiu-J l -}it- ininittil the so to state. that (in cwnsequ'-nce of the xvantof disposed:: men .and that they arc beg'.nn'mif -

,, any oile-; >IIl.n mI1I.1 1 hers ; dt't..I had; not been adopted) years ago considering 1 act of a quorum ; highway roLLi'I), fsir which) 11(' i ii now Monday last) an adourned of Fire
i'i; '
i'l-i-, The Governor
> : who tnmiMedtlitit ]
\\ts a s pen.n>, one of the safest and best cannot that ha
i t- sufler he No. 2. will say
I ; was immediately arrested Company be held at the Engine
the l2ll.l1lJ! ; : l;tll'P) ;) Uf{ ,t1h'JU. ) its! : sptrubtii.ns} (!: ) that could 'be entered nnd, tho (;nnd Jury then in House on Saturday a'r:rnoon at o'clock, has not received warning often lift
brcruhe :i.nd wou-s lint bur:)," : into. Ii i is; the host way; for those sfsk>n, a }bill was found him for the Election Officers for the ensuing !l HiS been admonished through the public

i "\vliile ho tni')OUCvtllld it-posed in I capitalists): ia New York, who have which lie against six manta: It is Impod that there will be prints; but instead of heeding

tlieiiu I ;> oJ( ;"l'q'il'u". The grntie- made !::1r2t'. :investments 1 ; here, to bring upon upon his trial and was immediately put Members.a punctual and general- attendance of ih- ',:'ll) : wns said), ho has set his minonsu
was convicted. He *
IT11 II tlVn jj-oiina-d: I a ]1'1'1'' >ettiuirfonh (heir property into ihe market, if they appealed} ( fora new trial which : Report of Yd'ow J't.L'u.-The rapidity with work to bre ;k down the Presses of

; 11..: "I.-,;.AVelhn-r. .Po'-t! and8C'hooll1tcr L will invest a little more for the wlrI j j fused f hy the was re- I whii'h false reports are circulated is truly Si. Augustine and Pensacola.
and be has
) w.,s put oiit ofthe Poor- pose ma.-miactnrino) ng; sugar, an article now been I astonishing ; from oveiy quarter we hear of As for us, the storm has beat hcav-

bt)1.) ,., itnd lr: {' 'Osd Jo turn befiCfar i I that cnn bemaniifactured) to accordingly sentenced to he I reports that the Yell.nv Feverin prevalent i ily, find it has been of long conrinuanre -
grcat-hup h I .
!? execution is ordered I ] to in this City and in the Mobile:: Commercial
fur l.v.ng. .( i1timalinga) .will- here than and we have the chcerini' ;
jion or advantage in any other t'tko:place on the second .1 Ketrigter of 28tti ult. ve see it explained by hop
in4nt' to o\\\ (* "his hnuor1' a ..speci) part of tile world. l Fridayin an adverUscment. 1 h-- i.irs are these.- that we shall live to see the tinic wliea

,I men o:' his: ,k'll in poetry, the court t 1 There is a lcs Jititjious propensity death,: Upon should being asked why sentence of I (Oi the I5th of Jmu tar United States' Ship his Excellency will be sent for ; ufic'ltion -

ol] '<'" \ ' delivered an ingenious and tfloqu : Cnnze, having on boat d oJ" the
I cases
: ; :> ''rll full i, well. N'Jt beni'j Individual! industry seems to increase ; Yellow Fever \\rashingtan.-Let us see what he
(' address. which aickuess
nl The I ; by she had
? 4 ;:11.1 I IM' IVC--, e i.1.'r i in }poetry! 0 r :un'! now instead noises and confusion I Ju.l] sentence pre.noa.jjeu i.-st Lieut. Tuttle. We were then of opinion will siy to Mr. President ADAMS,

jI14))', :.:J ri of the c'i! all by ;e Richardson, was i that it best who he has and
; .ir :' rgt! i/ at hours of the niiiht, we are I able siileinn was to publish the fact, accompanied still continues toluad

\t;,) J.\. he ini %::4te T' } > iho delivery of it he evidently situation of the sick on board the but .
CLi2)I) ttt'tI. was ship, L
} ; n ncc of ijis; : s encross the atenion.; : epithets.
mud affected ue yielded to the of those who
ur-I : opinion
., ;as were also the
: Itt' .'f I: t (It' 'c.I'pJ' iron The Siii'.crior: Court numerous 11
: : which has; were fearful alarming be distant friends Noti-publkation ofthe Laws.rhe ."-
( who had
1 i spectators
IJU'. : .t IIIJuo) ;'; Lie itnci- .try, am:* I I been) III ot.iOIl for the last four weeks; to witness tilt assembled I ofthoje onboard ; this we should not have presentments of the Grand Jury

that 1 1:: .' ; nishf.lih) & Ills p.sbscwcre }h i f .i-jin! : m'K h I) good ; and the people interesting scene. done had we believed th4' e uu the least for the District of West Florida
too deluic I Iot. We have been danger of the duense being coniBiunicated I ,
10 foed the ; poiilely favored
upon \\tpor.s >'1 : ilS District aie much indebted to by are expressive ofthe
a friend with the to the citizensof Pensacola ; audve nowtiost general feelings
,\i of that Comt
I IILO for! what has: letter solemnly vlcdict ottrstffthnt should nny of the _.npnri. lt..

t -_ -_ .-';_:(,,'l",( .ti 4PH _r 2'eirTahthz _" u'c.'lI.r"'w. fi.ere to exhibit the i. \\ 'I dated. I disease become qpidomu IK this t.ivwe The.ob.strl1ction of the course or
----- ---- -- -- -- -' I 1(7JVest, Mai25 1327. "It \ will i iiMiocd-UtHy sound the alarm. -We
as: it oII.J.! iiie.! 'lie docket has: Justice from to has
/\ 0( LL'l'l; ; \ is not generally known that there are uo beHerer i tne expedienry of concealment year year produced
been of much ,f its ex-
( rubbish unsound
) atmosphere which
or in these
-- -=-:-:-- ;- is-.s matters, ;
. -- dial: had; i-ccunuiliited at the e.xncH5e.I through harbor r.n outlet from and-shall ever consider it our duty to warn can only be corrected by wise heads

.;.;r.:...: .: '..1'..... ". ..<. of sober) ic --Ui. i-io Florida Stream into the Bay of t vtran-jers against visiting Fensacobi, whenever and sound hearts.
;. .' ...I.k\\--b' >:M'" Mexico, through which vessels drawing there i is cause of alarm as to the healthof T-lie
...-:' ,. .- Ti"t 3'111111. the ?.Milhrrillc! Slatcsmnn the Superior Court of West Florida -
: feet place. At
12 the i is
; l : ) with present City healthy,
( may [pass safety
"-:-. .. .' .Io!... Flc.idaSince the remarkable low at.. with tin exception of the prevalence of at i ihs May Term, suspended all
; water. This
pa 8
';. i"i'r or Mr. Vt'hitc to the "Chairman miles in bud colt[ ; the Joliti Adams lias been cleared its Civil business for want of the new
extent and
o vessels
; ol the C'omtnittee on Uoads and Canals i ing by pass; out and ventilated and the sickness has EDITION ofthe laws.
t t through it, save the danger aid abntcd-she has lost officers
and burone
J { ,t J.. '' ," and his eflicient: lhois; in Con. I no The Superior Courts for the Eru-
'-----T r'Jllll .. \. '. .(I delay of going round the dry Tortu- or two men since her arrival at which
-.,.:' -.'-'..- ..,: "_\ .. .> gl: C'.VN fjr the preservation of the invaluable gas. Good-Pilots can be obtained time she vtas oideied into quarantine at St. tern DisH ict held' &t Jacksonville and

] forests of Live oak, winch Key: West at Rosa Island, where teats were erected for St. Au uitine suspended all the causes -

Ky ilif ['rritlllJi uf the U. State*. I skirt that', Territory ; public attention to carry vessels through. the sick ami l''crJncce sary precaution on the Criminal Calender, for the
\\ nJmtn' Brig Bravo one of was takento the communication of
"I an.-ic) of the Conprrs !has been directed: with increasing in- pitvent same reason.
: Com. Porter's squadron, entered the disease to persons either tit Barrancas,
of'the I this
> niu-J Starrs, of the I !erest to this country.1flY\ wealthy harbor through this the Navy Yard, or Pen-eacota.: And on Monday last the County

seith of Janu.-.ry, on) thousand and distiniruished citii ns of this draws "Channel, she While on this subject we will( take occasion Court for the County of St. John adjourned -
12 feet
c'li:}.! .li'i.idn-tl!) 1 and iwcnty-four, enti- State have removed thither with their of water. to exhort} the ,olGrcrs of Police to greater I for two weeks, to wait lorI

lieu: An f.' (-(iIJCCrflifl : discrnninatin ; families, and others are daily following Charleston 1IIcrrur.Prom !. vigilance with r'g-attt to thtcleanliness their puhlic.H ou.-ldem June 13.
of the City. Many complaints iiave bceum.idr Ii
;dujof and Hit > I
lonnare impost, it the c ,tlnplc. One of the most Sw'annaGeorgian.. To
ofthe bad
sniells which the
prevail, and People of Florida.The
is .
j..cv; ::'!e<.!, that; ? The lliwa&suaii
liji.m satisfactory evidi elligible and salubrious situatons on states, that the we fear that too much politaness! is shown re-election

sir*' !.i'mu given to the PresuJtntof the Florida coast, is found nj.on St. Cherokees making preparations '.'bv those whose duty itis to examine yards proof, that of you CoJ.Yhite will not is forsake a convincing a-

.. JlsUnited States, bv the Government Andrew's iiav.. distant] about tbr! <'(, for Callinf ;i rnnvnntinn. r\f-. rl.<...grri ttI '.. and lots. -V clean -fro- flI ynrd t>hauld not: tried and faitiiful: fiiend for the nurooii of
r 01 any loieign Nation, that no days paaga w to Nc v-Orleans-- --- -- I to ,t*).m alJcunstitutional Government.Appointment .s.u ""be received as evidence that the tcLole is.in I I g'atit'rng ambition aud factious viewi.
bv I a healthy situation but
discriminating]!! ; duties of I every corner t The election beiug thus happily ended, it
tonnape; Olire Steam Boat. 'This Bay i is should be intoand
impot ono of by the 'Governor.11h .- .I piyed examinedand, the becomes you still, to tha.k seriously
the imposed or) levied, within: those prominent points to which: } Mr. lion. William H. Crawford sources of disease removed. We make every subject that has affected or may

j Iurts of the said nation, upon ves- White so abiy invited the attention of Jiidg-. ofthe Superior Court of the, these observations not with a view to cen- hereafter affect your interest ; and to ex-
siUlmlly! bdonbLg t) the citizens : sure anyone ; Iut'n ounce of prcven- amine well into the
Con."reysin "their distribution! of the Northern Circuit 1 causes ofyour depressed
in l.talH'bc'
.of !1. I'sii-ed: place of JoUn ug bcHer than a pound o'f cure",
; ? States condition. And
or upon: mer- favors of Government/: When we \. Dooly deceased. we wiili io remind the proper authoritiesthat 1 I then, if there be a possibility
rha"lo; tlu I applying a remedy to do it. All
plo uce or manufacture reflect that the Territory of Florida tlic! mo.t ri ;il care'is necessary, during I
depends the will ofthe tlietnselve -
t1Il Tho upon people
'-e;J, imported} in the same, the' is capable! of producing almost all the Augusta Chronicle announcesthe the drought which prevails, to keep *, and not coercive or
Pr('- :.lent i is thereby authorized: to is- fact, (that Col. If. (r'. Campbell ''PensaCv, at it cow is, healthy.We whether upon power Territorial
;articles of Cuba, we must believe we are -gover ed by State: or -
; :lIC) It;: I.ncI lmati\l1, declaring that has consented to become a Candidate I laws. The laws can be as effectually -
. not this!
only on account, but from Jie recorma nd to the attention of :
the forci for the office of our and administered under
rn discriminating; duties ottnttii.it' Governor.of Georgia I beneficially
t Crowing facilities: oftrade aud navigation readers, the following1 Literary periodical I the one at the other, and the security of
and impost, within the 1.niI that publications which will be found ,I
the : to
day is not Tar distant! ,. contain nprtrtne and prorwrtv hi niialv! certain.
trd StUc.3, are, and sl:all; be, suspended when) the} luscious Oranges of Portugal The Uon. DAKIBL WEBSTER, was much useful, interesting, aud amusing- therefore it i.\ a pretty fair inference, or
I & discontinued i sofnr as chosen matter, furnished at a very low price. We more than an inference rests facts
respects the Lemons of Spain the Citruns a Senator of the U. S. from the shall be upon
the vessels of the said happy to receive and forward the that the evils, which the people ihejTer--
. I nation and tle of State of
' Sicily, and the Olives Massachusetts the subscribers
merchandize ofits France, by Houseof names accompanied with the ritory have suffered, have originated with
: j produce'or manu will abound with equal munificence in Representatives on the 7th inst. price of subscription for one year in ad- hose who were appointed to administer the
facture, imported into the United the The vance. Thoe who have idea of subscribing
gro\'cs.ofFlorida. votes stood for Webster 202 any laws and not in the Ia4 themseltcS.I .
i States in the same : the said i. ; to either, .are invited to call and have staled
. ; suspension 'l t is estimated that John Mills 82 ; E. II. Mils 22 that much depends npon
, an Orange ; examine specimens of
; .to fake effect; from them at our office. the people.and lest should ihiuk lightly
time you
) of of Edward
! such -notification grove but ten acres, which requires Everett, 6. On the 8th inst. AMERICAN FARMER, Baltimore, Weekly, of this assertion a- fact may be .tattt d :
being given to the the attention of but two hands, will the Senate concurred in tho vote of five doll\u. After the organization' of a Territorial

": President i uf the United States, and to produce as much as a cotton or sugar the lions by two-thirds voting in. NEW-YORK MIRROR and Ladie3' Literary Government in Florida, there were many

continue so long as .thc reciprocal exemption plantation favor of Mi: 'V cbster. I Gazette, Weekly $1. candidates for the office of Governor, of
I by the
employment I CASKET, or Flowers of Literature Wit and
vessels belonging to citizens I whom Mr. Branch of North Carolina
. of the United labor of forty. The inducement Mobile, June 28.-Cnpt. Vincent and Sentiment, Philadelphia. Monthly $:$. Mr Duval, then a Judge of the Kastern
States, and merchandize to such ) ; ALBUM and Ladies1
will soon stimulate who took the Steam Boat Steuben- Weekly Gazette, Phi :. division were the mont prominent.-The
- as aforesaid, therein hdeii, the activity and of those vile ladelphia, $2. President, Monroe, after refection resolvedto
shall he continxiot!, *;id no longer. who are not wedded round to tho Apalachicola, has Mrt. Coir in'i WEEKLY MESSENGER, nominate Governor Branch, Judge DM-
so old habitsas
! And whereas evidence to returned, via Montgomery. We learn Washington City ; $4 val, however, intent upon hi. object, on ascertaining
tvas S'.JifcfHctoiy to resist the impulses of interest by him that the boat arrived at Fort MASQMQ MIRROR arid Mechanic'3 Inleltl- the views of the President, cum- .

i r' given tOl the President of the U- and the convictions of reason. :Gaines, \vhero he left her about 60 geneer, Boston, Weekly, $2. municated \\ th his friends ill Florida,'

i. \ ARIEL., Natchea, WeelJj, $5.r through whose active e.xertidas ttt.m

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in FloriJ.1 in f.iror of the fords "Plain Truth" received and shall
,erC procured a confidence to the people of appear in
transmitted, I) BOOKS. I 'V.NTE'D.A
letter. Thete petitions when Alachua, that Government ought e- .

,0 entJarrasId the determination thai of ,the vcr to be anxious to extend to her frontier DURING my abicnce, the following FEW quarts ot :he seed of the
Indurc him to
Preside"1 a. to say have been taken from Ii- .1\\\
ciMinrcifil with th' Slttte Le'turifiiriit.he settlements a -.without the :
he office *:u brury knowledge of the Gentle ;
( ; ) wnuti! nominate tutprriou dcJifiiaie Four of the Indians that were captured SlU"P amw man in whp e charge it was !rtt. \ 1- LORA ; delivered! at this OLice.Pensacola : .

i ,l by tle! bccrrlary. SI- Adams.Jml'f by the active gallantry of Capt. 1 vol. Gibbon's: Roman History, English Gtii July 1827.
nnininaIrJ.Hii'l .
DtivalwasdesignHted! -was edition bound in cdla'aud gilt. :

; recrite l th? appointment of UoverD.rflft5ii Dade and the Officers and men under I "01. of Hume'* History of England, Marshal's Sale ,

Trnifory. his command, have been demanded 6th vol. of Shakespeare, ,
... __ .
The c. r.iequence which hare followed<< by the Executive Georgia, as being -.4 4 rols. of Select Beeches, IN virtue of a decree of the Sunrrior ,

that upp./uUnK-iit hnve l-een too serious not the murderers of the Messrs. Parishes Vort Or 1?e\\saco\a. 3 vols. of De Kiu'i Memoirs, for the Dislrtc ofWr.n Klur; la,

fbrdfeply "a r,1vcn on your memories. 2 vols. of Lf'l \nd's Demosthenes, pronounced at the last May Term, !I' U-
Had J'1I11 tx'cn governed by 411 orticer who who were killed some time last winter. AlUtiTED.- 1 vol. Tacitus, I Vor ( Ambrose A. Caro anJ! wifr against:

: fesircJ four wHlare, and who sought to They were delivered up by Gov. June 9th.-Schr. Redoubtable ,.I and various others, both Law and Miscellaneous I JoJ.ta Mahtroax and Uo'nii.g-. opez, I

ftIuini1rr the laws far your benefit, would Duval, and escorted to Thomas :I -wh.'ch destroy in many instancesthe sh..1: sell" tie! mortgagtil Lots aid premises .

the train of etiis rc uteil! that have result- County (Geo.) under the guard of a Foster, Mobile, with Lumber for the complete set. I will thank those persons : named in said decree, for cash in

CJ i would your property have deprecia- Navy Yard.3Oth.Schr.. in Pensacola or the vicinity, who have the.I hand, :n front of 'ht: Ccurt hou.se" in
detachment of militia. \r understand .1
J would it have been preyed upon :is if c above, or any other of books, to I the of
ted Rebecca, Johnson, my return i iI City Pe-isucolk. on tilt: 28:Ii d.! v of
would i ir not have I their trial will take place on them to Win. H. Hunt .
by Hltrnt1I'im pirates ; lion secure Bay with Lime for the I at the Bookstore. Julv next, agirprtoiy! to 'he d.mepM...\ as
accumulated and industry bren promotrd, the fourth Monday of this month. Jos. M. White.Pemacola specified in :hc irortges-to: wit : MIC
bv ihr zeal, fidelity, faithfulness! un.l' ability Navy quarter of Lot r li J,, fifty
From table 3rd. seven feet.
HIIIlI Trade of Itoston.- a ; July 1827- IS-tf.T .
Sllff.hAmi" U. S. Revenue Cutter
: pf the incumbent ?- ( July 1st.- front on Alcania)
street, by 86 t'et Cu.
much have been sai l respecting1 jour publksli-d), in I l'rand's Report of the Florida on I
Harrison via Ifla
Philadelphia, street, and one half! of Lilt r>., i*>;.
1or or
y 'ii!, as is *l\i.1 in letter niMrmed: tll the 9th mat.t it appears that the foreign Key West. N'York, i ty feet fronton Gobirrno B rrt-t, bv 170 I

(;cu'r.t date? Superintendant Florida Agency of Indian, Frbl affairs uary, tonnage of this} port for the year 1820, 2nd.-U. S. Transport Schr. Florida : HK fast' sailing and staunch i deep, with all the buiiYg! and a'pj.urtenancea -

un.tcr 2,1, lH2.- was 81,252 tons ; in 18-.M: Y4.>3 )O ; i Ij.tkcr, S't. Mark's; ; Having onboard i It Hi-iff Hebe, ('apt. Folgpr. i thereunto belonging if this:

I: any be ureed thnt if any inpirionic. in 182, 93,370; and in 18.26, 98,367.( one of the 4th Regiment t. : (intended as a regular trader) property should not .-.ay the amuuni of
.>'i..equVnee< !have resulted from the administration I The amount of annual duties securedat company I >to sail on or about the 6th July the df-cree, interest! and cObta t i shall| j U|
U. S. : under command
Isjf.aury, next. For on the same terms and lit
Freight or at (
!, it have PisBjge apply to sjme place
of: 'ti:* OM'H'.IC law must
been '."n.r; a'f)e-'UiP! to a IIPfCCIIVC"ru !'\5- I i the Custom House during MX years, of Lieut. Licev.LVFERED.. Captan Folger on board or to and on the same day, as above ttatrd, .

4 ofle iaini.t! ; ; but it will be slioivn in from 1820: to 1826 ranges; from three I N. II. ALI.EN. one quaiteroF Lot nu. 111. 4o reel fronton

the course of my remark, from f.u't and I to nve millions of dollars; in 1824, July Jrd.-i>clir. Amelia, Ratch, Pereacola, June 28th, 1827-17-tf. Cui.a street, by 80 feet tuck, and one

hifrrvnres.: th-it: w'latt-vrr! fiunational lawrncht it wis $4,193,112: 81 ; in 1S23, New Orleans. Cargo to order. lulloflot no. ill. 43feetfroit on Cuna
< l it wo.I:1ur.t have been PROPOSALS street and an equal depth hack, together
hvr: fn O27S14 25 while in 1326 it was
$ ; CLEARED.July .
'. 2'\." (flce' in tw! hands! ofthe anv men or Fot buildings and apurte-
but $3,988,378: 46. The value of rUBLISIIING BY SunSCRrrTIOX"LeUeraYirom
2nd. Sciir.) San Antonio iui'C'9 thereunto
uf mm of the snnit: views":' and leeliug* belonging. Sale:>> to
ICuo.unj: that th tim j if: shortly to come merchandize imported' from Gieat Roach, New OrLens.-BaI1ast. Europe : commence 'at 10 o'cluct. A. M.

trhon you may do mnrli for your relief, I Britain in 182o was s3,063r! being SAIL t..'1). William riehree,
I tn'thaw yoar attention to a more in the Comprising the Narrative Journal of
less than
propose $1,408,633 i
preceding June 29ih.-Mexican: : National I Marshal W.: F.
jwrions and s.Ue>rtn coiifci i.:lersiti' n of the a tour through Great Britain
xuisdo\uTs of some of your public! functionaries year, and 3408,727lesstluin in I Brig: Hertnon, Saiu'l. U. Pelot Esq. ( Pensacola, Jun; 25lh. 1S27-17-4t.
I France -
Italy and Switzerland
liuce: the organization of ihi* TerriMPT. any of the four preceding! years. I I Commander. in 8amfP8.tt 'Tn -
AGNO.MUE3.f The value of domestic exports to I Ste.uu DOlt Fair I the Year* 12 j, M6, c/nrf'27. --- -( .,.---'_

Great Britain in 1824, was $ 139,984) ; Star Huntington, BY N. II. CARTER. HAS just recei\'ed per the Brig He-he 1 .
4 "Thlp !letter -T! published in the St. Aupus- Mobile. Folger, from New York a
tine Herald ofyih May, 1U26. ill 1825 $150,055 ; and in 1SJ<5, wily July 2nd.-U. S. Frigate Constellation THE character of the proposed publi treih! supply of Goods-among which '

: We understand, from a good source $62,334.:: The exports foreign articles Jes. o Wilkinson Esq. Commander already so well l known to .re the folloxvlnjr articles, tiz .
to Great Britain h'td increasedin thtr public, as to render a formal pros Ale .
flint charges have been preferred at Norfolk. \fLIST Troy Superior Quality, American
=insT the Collector at the same I ihree ye/irs from $60,096, pectus unnecessary. In the course of tne (sin. Cider Vinegar, Wj liter Strained !

Washington ac --.......... -.... last two ears, voluminous sketches of Sperm. O'.l: Sweet Oil Superior Quality -
of serious to $118WS.Counterfeit
Key West, a nature. They European scenery, institutions manners
Pickled Salmon
Connecticut Hh.crShaJ
arc said to be sulacicnt to produce KiK.i.-We have seen OF LETTERS, and ctl,>'.()m have been thrown off br.md; 1827, No, .1, Mackerel 1'rch
his removal. hills of tie; denomination: of Fifty I 11 i G E\L\l: ='J\G in the Post Office at Pen- through the medium of A daih paper. It Gunpowder and Young Hyson Teat imported

One of two things must be Cents on the Hank uf the Stare of i !tb, to.tCOa, on tIle JitUh: day oi June [&27, the author is corn-oily informed, copious in April last, Soft shelled Al-
\\ LLd il not idkf- out \vhmn three months, extracts: from his k-.lers have been eiteus I ..onds
dons, for the honor of the country : S'jittk Carolina which have; )been J'- I circulated Fresh Muscatel bunch Kais'ms
I ill lu- ti.;)lIt to the Gen'fall'o l Office, as > through the UnitedStates i'ricd Beef
-Either withdraw Custom house ; wl'tcd! at the Brnnch: ) in this ;-lace ucouuterftMt. : ])tid LeiJers. : by other public journals. lit Salt! in,small Fly Market box Beef Fine in Table :.
establish Court at Key West N doubt } havr Samuel T. Anderson 3 Caroline now has it in s, Urge
: or a o they I A.- contemplation, ; to collect, andsmalt boxes, Sperm. and Tallow Candles -

and send an army of soldiers to pro- ere now, been) widelv diffused in this I Andct un, Henry .<\Ilcul, Peter Alba il, revise, and publish: in a more permanent English and \rn ?flcmlu'ard: ,
I l'ioUMs AJaius, Thomas Anthony: KlizaIt form, SUCH of these sketches
Idem.Washington. and the States owiuir I parts susliAll > Ci ene and Black
tect : adjoining: ; to > uepper, an invoice of
.!h Allen.B.Liuusiur. be deemed
: most of
worthy .
----- the insignificance of ilieir denomin.-- ; preser- Iron lIolow: w..rc One of S one and
ikitrand, F. Bouquie, I vation. Vbout one third ef the series
: Earthen
June 4.-We have tion. It will he somewlnt difficult! to I Tji..iniii Barrnu, Frauci G. &e Shot
learnt with satisfaction, that, after detect them} wiihoui a close examination. I douidiux, \\ lllam J. BoyceVilliam A. Italy, apart Switzerland, and the south Kifle a-Mt Gunpowder Pistol Flints,&c.Lead&c. Ma*
frequent conferences and the interchange The print..; I mufh better than f litil.j I.i I. of England with additional notices of Also in Store a of
C.-Alexander Claxfon 3, Samuel G.iC.i.'ksoii gcmt1?nl\o.. orocies. -
of several official notes, between the jjouuine! bills. Mr.! Ycaiijn's j M. Paris and London, has not yet appeared.No A
I Joseph CaUif, Crupper, delusive
and Mr. RKIICLLO does bear that business I promises, however, are Held! : enucoaJune2Sth 18:7 17
Mr. CI.AY signature not ;, D''.man L. Cliucli.U. forth, that the residue of the work will -3t.

the Charge PAff.iires of the Emperor hand appeannce, which chiiic'esics ; .-E. L. Dubarry 4, Robert J. Dodd-2: : powess: a higher interest than f'.e po-iui: C.NroNMLr: Jn.ugz {
;! :fj.jnuci:: Davis, S.uah E. Davis, Samuel I Florid, IstJuh.; !y2":
of Brazil, such expl inationsand assurances the genuine, and appears cr,1'-: already published. A fair specimen: ha- i
rl Oainieil John \\ llicu.11 Douald WILL receive ,.. *
'Htu, : propoz.> 'tit! f 3 Is
have been made as will preventa ed and rm if written! by a fem-de. It already been given to the world ; and bihi \ Jl. October '
Uilnain ugherty. \. CRjunij: to funiis.t i tf i.- )pa
.ate occurrence at Rio de Janeiro will be seen, on ;'n examiiriiiun, that K.James Bugle 2. criterion, the success! or failure! of the I (, :11. .U.hte mutes' .\rllj. tit ::.r', .r

the harmony the bill is somewhat delicate 1, Z. K. Fultou John Fisher Patrick subscription must be determined. Sunn.- stationed
endangering peace or genuine : of the author's friends:: have advised to the I.y ue at Cantonment. iSnj; ;;ir,

the two countries.Nat.. Intelligencer in its appearance ; the purious bill Foley. publication, without !
proposals lPBESII
l.j.-James Gadsdcn, J. O. Grishau,
\\ e regret to learn, from the Savannah is very dark, and the} plate rather Alcxitnder uibson, Benjamin Gould. \ but after mature reflection, he has deem I :B l ,

T Republican, that a difference has dum .\'.-Columbia Telescope IL-Henry G. Holtslander, William ed it inexpedient incur the responsibility -I. from the 1st day of January: 1828 to in

ari-en between the Commissioners of Irish Motto.-A gentleman was Hannah, Henry Hunt, Jon Huff, Johu 1 of a voluminous work, which maybe elude the 31st day Uecer.iber 1KJ8,
uncalled for by the If TJ'e; beef will be ; to be !lel.r >
Hall William Hau e, Thomas Hughes, public. any ; rcqu.rcd red -
the United States and the State of lalely on Sunday passing through a
Matthew K. Hopkins, George H. Hollins. profits are to be realized from its na'e' to the Troop*two days in each wek,4

GeiiruH j on r-mning the boundary I t crowd of Irishmen assembled on the 1.-J iime Junerarity 3, John lone rarity no one has a fairer claim to the proceeds, (he days to be designated) in such qu..n-

liiv.Settvef.i: 'lie latter and Florida, I. s.ide-walk, when he discovered near 4, Jauio P. lnneraiitJ. \ than he who bus Uboured to collect the tities as hall be required for their ration

and that their further progress has } }Iim; on v kind ofsign board in elegant .-William Johuaon 2, ElTurd Jones, materials and reduce them to form while! I on eacii; day.-And 1 deem it ncccsaan to

boen suspended by Governor TKOUP gold letters, the words-SEMPERPARATUS. George Jachson. I few arc lew: able to bear the expense of appnze thos* who may choose to offer to
I L.-Sa&Dlle1l'hilip Lee 2, James E. Legare. I an edition fur the were gratification of contract for the supply, that the beef will
THOMAS Si'-.LWvo, Esq. Commissioner He turned to an Irish Capi'o Lunn H. C. JOIIU !
i Logue, aulborthip. be required to be of the best the marketcan
on the part of Georgia, has returned gentleman, and inquired the meaning.; Linier. Doctor LAW&OII. CONDITIONS. Hfibrd, and particular attention mint

f Darien and THOIAS1.S: u Plaze honor Pat 'lib iU.-ollU: Mc.Neil 6, Ellen Mallory, .
to : > your (says ) an be paid to the butchering thereof, as a rigid -

RANDOLPh, E:>q. Commissioner on Irish motto, sute it is : and it manes John ;Muck 'ihorntoa Minor, Baldwin I I. The work will be comprised in two inspection ot it will ulwjs 1 b=r llatle.Pel'ions .
Alalltt. James Maxwell, William Macvoy, volumes octavo, of five hundred
pages i
ottering to contract, will make
the of the United States to Mil- Always Paruterst honor
or as
part your
each fine medium and with
John AlcLamare.P. on paper a i iI their proposals in writing, sealed an.i de-
f' gl'ville.-Idun, June 5th. would say-Putatoc. Forever. .Robert PotteD er, William Pollard, neat \\'pe. I I ;iivt-rvd to ir.e at this place. sat4ngthe
l -- Franklin Pierce, Robert D. Puulding) William 11. '1 he price to subscribers will\ be ) .
in bid .ich
Appointment b,1the President. rate per pound a single tor w
\ ,V. Polk, Samuel W. Peobles.: two dollars a. volume, handsomely: boundin
theu" ill furniirli, and they shall be iutor -
II M'Allister.
3I.\tthcv Georgia ; >. :M. 3 John T.
..- --. -- | -Victor Randolph !boards, payable on ddiveiy.III. ed (,the reception ofther proposals, either
to he Attorney of the United States for the 1'ctisacola (aUte. j Ritchie :3. :Monsieur Raffin 2, Philip G. The work will be put to press anscon by It=ltc:. from, or on personaL application

for the District of Georgia, in place of On the death of Litut. JOHN P. Randolph :2,\\ ilIiam .M. Read, John K.Rea.I as the amount: of suoscription hall to, me; at Canonment Brooke, oa
I ney, Caroline Rentrop, William D. Roberts. i iI be sufficient to justify the of
Richard \\ Habursham resigned.: expense the[ day above mentioned.
TITTLE, ofthc I' S.? Navy.He I S.-Jamea F. Schenck tf, Stone and is-1 '
Idem June JOHN PAGE Lieut and
i) I Setuii
: bet Thomas Stearns 2Villiam, ,
fell not the Dallied deck, ,
on : Persons holding subscription papers dig!. b'utif.
June 16. Commodore Thomas \V. Sawyer, Joseph Scrnilliun, I Cow'y. :.
Washington, His country' rights delVnding ; are requested to return iheiii as early No proposals will be received utter me
\ TIIOM TIXlBhas, we learn, lie sunk not with shattcifd \\reck, Benjamin Snggctt, John Scott, John O. us be convenient. I "1st of October 1i2T
may ,
beneath the :Smith, Ferdinand Smith.T. _ _
Commissioner tempest o.uuillg. New-York, 2d May,.1827.Subscriptions ----
appointed a ol
. .-John Tinges 3, Jacob Tarr, John Ten- TAKENON"
r: the Navy, in dw place o1'Co111. Mourns Oh foul disease, invidious foe, buck, Ann Tunage, .1:. Thompson Eli- received at this.- Ollicc.CIRCViLAll \1 ,
r resigned.-Idl'1ll.I The fatal stroke thou gaYest ; sha Tanin. the t went)-seventh
\V. Wil'V-n' C. Whittle 4, John T. "la27 nJ
And smote with thy unerring blow, -- > of June,
The following appointments, in fine of our best) and brat'f u. Warfield 2. John F. Wilson, Charles Wilson committed to the! Jan of

I the Customs, have been made since ;liradley Webster, Jume W. Ward, To the friends of the PhiladelphiaAlburn. V his City, a Negro' n.in ;

t. adjournment of Congress.MOSES Such noble spirits mid the gloom J. J. Ward/Josiah'hitcher, John Win- ;ails hi illelfJltAN

r : MYEKS, Collector of the Of t sturm, or'battle glonou, termoote the commencement of a now vol ON

t; Customs for the District of Norfolk Should And die meet in the hour hero victorious proudest doom, MAIL A1t1fl.GEMEN- T. ON of the Album, and the introduction ,

; and Portsmouth.SAMUEL several improvements, I uouid beg and sa)" that he br longs to Jfi.u lvu: ,
4 Northern Mail leave to observe that toe w oik has heretofore \Viucl'es'er ** d
1 K. GILMAN, Collector of Beneath the heaving Ocean's wave, uung Mississippi 3'
been conducted under disadvantages about 24 ,/d. 5 te-t 7 .r 8
many i*
DUE Wednesday Sunday at negro years
the Customs for the District and Inspector His messmates sadly cast him ; every
And lionoi due his merit gave, 4 o'clock P. M. ; having; been principally managed, inches high, very stout br :it, is of rattier
r ol'ihe Revenue for the Port, and both in the editing and publishing departments \t-llu\v compkctioir 'has u scar on ,
As slow the Ship sail'd past him. HepyrU every Saturday: Tuesday 4
t of Prnobscot.AKV at o'clock .\. M. by myself, an undvi taking. for an in- l his right thHmb.

RoGFiHf: *, Collector of the No monument points out his ;*\e.No Florida} Mail, | dividual possibility, so of arduous allbiding, as that to general preclude satisfaction the- I: Foster S. Chapman,

f I Ct. .Jm: for the District, and Inspec- tomb above him rises ; Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock A. M. which is ever de>irablp, To this City Constable.

[ to jf the Revenue for the Port, of For Such him useless fond memoiy frail devices.does not crave Dcpartb: same day at :2:! o'clock P. M. cause must be attributed the deficiencies of Per.s:;' ola, 28th June, lh",7-17-1 .

Canittrn. the work. encouraged by the vaina- -
bIt which has already been received 1lle l Pvesiicul \\\
JOHN SIIELMAN, Surveyor and Inspector Altho1 the spot whereon he rests, Yost-Office Hours. patronage
have Ycutui d upon *n enlarged
of the Revenue for the Port lie dashed from recollection, \j\\\teA\ Slates.5N .
: I Citizens of Pensacola are respect sphere. Mrs. Harriet Muzzy has been invited -
of S.l\'annah.-Idem. Yet TUTTLE'S name shall in our breast, : The requested to take notice that from New York and engaged to devote pursuance of law I, JOHV QCIXCY
Be held in true affection. W.
tiiv Post Oftice will uniformly be closed her exclusive talents to the Ladies1Department ) President of the United States
-Uoileau was once visited by a noble iJ('' L. on aun
and unprofessional person, who DIED.-In the Marine Hospital, on the the Mail should be delayed Inter than character will be imparted to the Literary I knuwiij that a public sale will tie held at

. reproached him with not having returned 3rd July 1S27: of the Asthma; WILLIAM: the usual hour of arrival;; in which case Reviews and Critical AofiVf. Hy Dr. :\1'I I lie Lan l Office ut Tallahassee, in the Territory -
T HORSTOX.a. Sailor. Reported by C. Y. Henry, editor of the late American i of iunda, oa the second Monday in,
his visit. "You and I, said the Office will be kept open at leit one
Fonda, Phyiiciau.AY I ly Magazine, and author ot(ti.; \\ Mouth-I I/iccinber iitxt, for the disposal of the
hour. [ tie Mail, although not due until -
the satirist, "are upon different terms.I ,t __iJ __ I O'H
lose my time when 1 pay a visit ; Y ()\1 R 'r e'\Xi1- enough o'clock to be P.opened M., usually by :3 o'clock arrives, so soon that sources knowledge have been presentedto I I 'Township! o'l. aud 2 of Range No. 6.

when I acquisitions of correspondence Townships \ 2,4, 5.
you only get rid of yours, you hours. us-new
o the Office i is two
and Save Your Gusts usually open have enriched our stores-and the work and 6, and tiactional

do so. compliance with a Resolution of the I The Post :Master therefore requests, that bids fair to become mure entertaining,more townships) No.7&. 8, of Range No. 7.

From the Florida Advocate. IN Aldermen of the City of Pcn those who wish to enquire for letters" on improving, and mine respectable than here Townships No. 1, 4, 5, <>,
We have learnt with considerable ; I| that day, will aerd or call before 5 o'clock, .
: sacola, passed on the 16th of June 1827. tofore. But these arrangements have been 7, and fractional townships
regret that the company of the 4th I shall, withia Ten lJayjfrom this date, commence and that he may be enabled to close the attended with such heavy additional expense No. S and 9, Range No.8.

llegt. of Infantry, stationed near the suits cgainst all persons, who are Office at that time. as to render necessary an increased Township i, and fractional ,
Ocdl.i under the command of Capt. 1 I indebted !o the City for their City Taxes for I The Post Office is open on other days, circulation. The friends of the Album haveit townships No. 9,

the years 1825: and '26 or either of said from breakfast time until dark ; except in their power very essentially to promoteits 10, and 11, Range No. 9.
Dade has received orders to march to years, unless the said Taxes are paid to me from 1 to 3 o'clockand.during the time circulation and usefulness by recommending Township: 1 and 2, and

Pensaco'a.! The citiiens of Talla- o on or before the expiration of the time opening or closing the Mail. II it to private patronage. Should fractional town hjpl

hassee and its vicinity will long remember I aforesaid. W Hasell Hunt, you feel disposed to use your influence in No. 11, and 12, Range No. K>.

with gratitude the valuable C. Evans, Post Master. its favour. it shall be gratefully acknow- All situate South, of the base line, aud

services lately rendered by this company City Collector. Pensacola, 1st July, 1827-18--3t. ledged, and prompt to further improve Eu..t of the meridian.
___ ments. I am determined, by the utmost exertions The to be offered in the
Townships are
the officers of which were at all\ Pensacola, July 6th, 1827-18-21. >*, not only to advance the character : order above designated, beginning with! the

times prompt &nd active in suppressing Assize of Bread. which the work has already acquired, but i lowest number of Setion ir. each.

every depredation committed by \\si at\ burgery.JOHN is hereby given, That as good to increase the fund of esteem with whichit Lands reserved by law, for the use of

the wandering! : Indians that until re- 5. FARRINGTOK: M. D.RESPECTFULLY NOTICE is now selling for six dollars .: ha been so liberally honoured, and to School, or for other purposes, are to ,be
this end venture to solicit cCH>pera.tioD.
.ctiitly) infused the We a Ustrrel.the Bakers will for the ensuing excluded from frtle.
hr : country. informs the citizens fifteen days give thirty nine ounces of Given under my haad, at the City of\V.sh
}p<- th-it! the stationed near he has commenced Very respectfully, 's"tv.. of
troops Bread for twelve and a half cents ; agreeably -' ington, t=> vnty-eighth day May,
tin Agency, will: be continued there,! the! practice of hirfprofession in this to an Ordinance of the Board of Alder Your obedient friend A. D. l7.

for though Hi; present there i is nothing City, and m. y be consulted on aU occasions men passed July 30th 1824. Thomas C. Clarke. John Quincy Adams.By .

aprehrde'd, yet it is impossible to t ; 'itb** i.<'u e all of Mr. J/Smitli in Water his By order uf the Major. O.fJicor the Philadelphia ? the PreskltMit :
5trt'e'wiere applications
lull when a disturbance: may breakout I J. G.: Drake Album, June, 1827, S GEO. GR.\I1\M,
.. be ,
ioiiul business .ilI. promptly .
In that profes> received at Committion oftht Gtnorcd Land OJfici .
the Album
quarter. The presence of I' obeyed and di'1lt;ti.Uy attended to. Stcfltary.Pcnsacola Subscriptions to 161.

Major Ulasscl Witll.Ws command af PetLACOI&h.StlI July 1827.-18-tr. June, 28th, 1827-17-2t. 1 thUuOffice. ..


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I NOTICE. H. ATrT-TrT?, has Tecelved: Ni T COflt1sflon&' Ornci, > -Al nlJCI DUUE or Potty rglciet, *hbmi .

: of a writ of to us i_1 I Q per Brig Hebe, Capt. Folger, 12th March, 1827. J We wish that every fnenu of this 44 wish to retire froro the bustie of th3
BYirtuc issued out ni' the h'upciiorVunit from New York, and has for sale on Live O frame and promitcitoi. Timber journal should'understand, Send that they Town during the Summer months, ell)

at ir.e> May 1-erui Ihrrcnl lt--7: at Consignment, the following articles, viz : for Ship of the Line Frigttei and would have tte kindness to make be accommodated with comforta)1! ,n,.i

.. the !tit (.Jos-- Onisr i iirai >r ,\c.3nll rcturuul I 66 Bales Hay, at' the tint quality, AYooof Har. kRo.n, that to any cn* whe will pip- 1 at the Ferry-house, on Deer Point. til*!
I 50 Boxes Cider Conimissioners of the Navy will subscribers. remit their have the of the
j ie at the IVmmtn-i 'I ( im ct" said : I THe cure four on privilege ferry-boat, u-hea
Court. we win. cn the :.!:Jld I
.Tirxt pi ,ct-ed to divide and partilion the '' 50 peiccs sn obe.l}; Deef-one half for. July next for furnishing Live Oak the American Farmer without charge- r, For term. apply tt tli'u oflice.cnsacoU .

(folio ii g ,!(' CI'ib.'d ical propcitv, \.i7'; Lots boiling and out' ii u''f<.r shaving.Pc'isecola Timber, cut to moulds (whicH they will any one who will procure./fr* subscribers, 15th March IB 1-2--d\

; fli-s. !.,v. iiM! t-_''., 1._u%.. 127: 71, 72, 12-J, June : btu, 1h' 7-17-tf. furnish) for ships of the; line, frigates and will be allowed to retain g5 on his remitting -

: 36 V U:::': in thr City: Penvacola, betweenJoyrjm. I r sloops of wr, and the proportion of promiscuous the remaining $20. We beg also NEW ESTABLISHMENT.

: r.smicro! CvlcFtiiio; Beniamin & NO'i"'lC l .. l.ve; Oak, cut to dimensions, to repeat, that all which is necessaryto I The

J 011.111' Kubv.J'jrt that may be required, Day 6000 cubical be done by any one, wishing te sub I,
Yo; Hoiial, Josrpli:, Caro, ( (.U.TY Coi'KT, ? feet for each ship of the line 3000 for each scribe, is to enclose a five dollar note by aS

Ji.v. !Mirhdrl, IVter Aihn, June TeitT 1827.: 5In frigate 1000 for each sloop. The mail, at therisk oand addrtstcd to the Eagle Tavern

Sebastian Cam, I'. Moreno.Trnsacola compliance with an act of the Le timber must b* cut from trees grown in Editor of the American Farmer,Baltimore,"

6th June, 1827-10-Jt. gi lative Council, passed January 18th situatioi.s not more than 25 miles from the -and whether the be received or
1327. Ordered, that Polls be opened under money
i and I scab deliverable at the following building not, the paper will be forwarded imme ANDTRAVELLER'S
, the restriction qualifications I yards viz : Portsmouth, N. II., Boston,
: NOTICE diately, and the actual receipt of each
abo recited.forthepurpose
contained in the Act \c REST.
1w. York Philadelphia, Washington
number of the volume will be guarantiedby
hen b*' iven to the owners of pri- receiving votes, for candidatesto
rS j Norfolk, during the year 1823, 1829 and the Editor. THE Subscriber infoims. 'hepur
%.-* >ate land claims, in West Florida, represent the people: of this county in lie, that he has
18JO, say on or before the 1st Novemberin The American Farmer is published opened |Ihu
have been instructed the Council of this 1
. tla deputy burveyors next Legislative er- of tJulic
. ',., will the time and be the each year. weekly, by J. S. Skinner, Postmaster of Entertainmenp; the
o attewd.at places rittry, nt the election to held on house
Tci will be pleased to formerly occupied by :
sons offering .
Baltimore, printed on fine the size Mj Jbl jj
bel 8tatedfor the of first \iz paper
. burt eying
nv next
purpose Monday' August ; : cubical for that ,
state particularly their terms per purpose fronting the
such "'saId claims lie in each reRptct'vc In the Districttwo ordinary: newspapers, folded so as to public
first precincts.
may which he
- toot, for any one of the frames with the make 8 about half four square, has fitted u.i in avenient .
; district hereafter! <:t fimd, under At Cotlin's llutd, ;in 1'cnsacola.: ] timber pages ; one or manner for the : .- C0n.Of
proportion promiscuous required receptio.vellers .
the! provision; of"\n act to provide li.r At lluraictist in the house of Madim} of. pages, devoted to practicai Agriculture ; and others His la.
should be to table
; also, ( they disposed the remainder: to Internal Improvements. A: 01.10\! '...S3
the confirmation and settltinent of privateland Scrra. fer for more,) their terms per cubical feet, Rural and Domestic selcc.saions be supplied- with the best ... ..: :. .;.
: claims in East 1'I ." 8tu 1-cb. 18-7, viz.; At the Court House. housekeepers\ female ea err ;
: passed I ; i da s, that i is, a 74,a 44, and a sloop,) with tnd Natural History and; Rura Sports.A best of liquors. No exertion u te
James 'V Exum Alabuma: : will attend I At 1 James fyillman's, in Florida ; Inc promiscuous timber, designating in wanting on the part of the
i minute index and title to the propr tL)
_tt It. L. ('utl/.Il'S the page
! M Pcnsacola from the loh:: to the 30tli: \ i iI I on Kscambia. all c.ises their prices for the frame of a whole volume i is published and forwarded to render general satisfaction to hrit
District South of the Basis i Paial I. I Ir And it is {tirther Ordered, That the who favor him with
June. ship of the line, vIa frigate, of a sloop, with the I hut number of each volumeA may their compan-;
J and between ctlOcta\\: perhon.s died as .Jutleiii the followiu, His stables well
\\rst hale.He'l I and for promiscuous* timber. The oilerscan ; single number will be cent are calculated for a nuiplser
, and 'Pcrdido llivers.Benjamin t tt c-iun.-ei : MMI, are hereby appointed and be made deliverable at any one, or who may desire to- ee a specimen the u. boraes-and a good and attentive
Clements, ofTen, will atienrat required, to preside at the se\'erltl precincts either, or all of the yards above mention publication. UslLr will at all times be at hand.

Misacoki! from the 5th to the lOtli Au- to which their names are attached. ed but the terms cubicalfoot deliverable Families! or Gentlemen who -
per wish
; To all who will give the aboveone z.ay "
t Cullm't 11(1 tel
District Noilh of the Basis Parallel, be made can be accommodated
gust.! at each, (it a difference or two insertions we shall feel much with pmate a.
and hctvtf-en iheChoct.twhatcbie and Lbcunibia Palmes, by the bidder,) must be distinctly stated.It indebted,and will gladly reciprocate their partments GEO. FISHER.

Kivers.Jtc. Sanil. Patterson: is to be understood, that the Commissioners kindness.I Tallahassee Dec. 15-1-tf

r H. Donelson fTen"f will attend Mjcajah Crupper. will select such otlers, :and assignto S. The American Firmer circ'da- --------
at P -rh.a ola-rl'om tin 5th to the 10th of At Barancas, each bidder such portion of the timber I ted through State and PROSPECTUS.J.E .
every Territory ,
A'>UII" District Nouh :>f the! Basis Par- Sebastian Caro, required, (not less than one entire frame,) and is written. for by many of the mov. PASS2I-TmMS.

elk) and West of the Escambia River. Cekstino Serra, and designate such yards for the deliveryas distinguished: practical farmers in the Mactduine, Foiiirjfl.!. tt Li.'teraire.

The following1 sectionsf the Act above Ephraim Mills. they may judge'expedient for the pub Union. Public
olUulcd to published for the information At the Court House, and further that ,
are lic interest ; no money __ _
Lett, 10, 15 20 25: 30
SI\l'ster Rill, ct de ehaque r.tc l.
ofthosp concerned. will at a' time, under any iJ'cumstance
enacted That Francisco Moreno, JUST BEOEIVl1D 11 faut lare' : en nl'aiscll1t. .
Sec. 7 And be further be advanced and that none will he paid I
Jehu ('*m pbeB.t : AND fO* SALE I De Ic rrait6 s&nmfre:
Public Archives of East i
tb keepers ot until an actual delivery of timber ; that 'I I
snd West Florida, shall furnish to the James Spillman's, bond, with two or more sufficient buretiei, At -the Pensacola Bookstore Tout Vlr-tlsouteirt,
Surveyor of Public lands in J-'Ioridawith. Andrew P. Simpson, for the faithfhful discharge of any contract N' st pas bonne a dire. Ptroiu
James ."jilman! a complete! and general assortment of
Lorsquun s'
c-uch claim to [ journal b.hlit.
out d"lsy, a description will be required; that the amountof
been confirmed James Gardner. il lui taut un Fro&pprus; c't'''t I'usnge, et
shall have ,
land which such bond will be one third the estimated -
the At R. L. Cotton's, QUILLSsomn foiLs nous y confer.nona JJous pounru.ns
xvh.ch shall specially designate quantity "alnount of the contract.-Moreover,
: locality and' connexion of( such D.iwd Williams that, as additional and collateral security facilement rempiir: cctie t che en 'rni 3nt

c1iirn.ad where the confmnaation may Josb Gaincj, ten per centum of'the avails of each car- of them of"very quality. nos pr6deres8e ; il i ou3 sufutii rl' **
J.6eph W. Hall. superior crire quelques colonnes a l'spp: cir :.ci Kes:
have been made on a grant or suney, a will be reserved and ,withheld, until
o dj\Vttnted
a quantity of Geese' Eagles' ,
A from
true-copy the Ptecord. protestations de notre indren'latite de
of the course and distances! contained Bball be with
ropy the contract fully complied and Swans',
and the M. Crupper ( l'k. Wings. i notre imparttalttd, et de ttrnun ri i? 'f lit
in uch grant or survey to tile stii'-faction: of the Commissioners ; Pensacola. 1st March. 1826.
date of the U1'\'eyor grant ; unt1lt blrdl' Pl'U"lC"f'16th!: June 1827-16-tf.JS and that in ull.! _deliveries/ timber, a _due I II par un expos tr s int rel ant i(' . the I politiqnts ; mais nou prfi.rn
be the rlut vof the Surveyor of publicInnrl" of the most difficult
in 1'rir1a to cause, under! such in- OTICfi.AVilliam 'frames proportion shall DC delivered, otherwise par -otth.e, it :I mm
ftrurtions as he may receive from the llarnett, J shall be at the option of the Commissioners Or Flowers of Literature phrases, qu'il a eu si souve it occasion
saul cla.ms \ de lire et d'apprcier, ei, pliir.o.
Treasury Department, the : to YS. In Partition to withhold such amount, in additionto I
be sun eyed, and connected with the John Innerarity. 3 the ten per cent. above mentioned, Wit and Sentiment, destes dams .preventions, uoa r -'otv.

To rsbip lines of the public surveys, above n nied William Barnett } the cons a exercer aucune influence su<- la
THE as they may judge expedient public FOB.
Bnd! 'c. fcivf: to them their proper town- apply at the next term of the interest, until such deficient proportion 1827. politique du pays. Notre seul b..tn,

h'j| .vl.ertional numbers agreeably County Court for the County of :Bcam- difficult timbers shall! be ieliveted ; I Office of the Saturday Ev.1'0i41 de plaire d'aimmer. nous flOUR co 'an-
shall bia, to be holden at Pensacola the Philadelphia Dec. 2. 1826. 5iTpHE terons de faire remarquerici quc L- PASME.TSMS .
] inalcr separate plots and certificate of Monday of-October, for partition ofa all payments will be made at the places CASKET or Jlovjert of Lit ra. >(dont les mirru rt>6, de un.t pages

I ur\ey of the same, one which shall be certain tract of land}, lying and being on of delivery.

    r.tur"d! to the office of the Keg'ster ofth the Escambiu Bay in Escambia County, Thoie who otTer to supply nud an unprecedented increase of patrons jours) est, d'ap; res !son titre, dest.nux

    I.and Office for the Dib'rict in which known by the name of the Miller Tract of this timber,may are further any part to during the last six months,will,after I.: personnes qui cherchent d&us tk !lecture
    the land may lie, and the other shall be and containing eight hundred arpens. state their residence the the present vol. is finished, each number [ quelques Instants dIasserratnm, et de-
    particularly own
    deli\creel to the claimant. Butt shall The said William Uainett, owning and and residence of their contain 40 octavo pages, printed well siren' y trouvcrau moins autar.: dc plaisir
    possessing in fee undivided names sureties: to on small handsome que d'ipstructi'iii, et. qu'en publmnt: ; cc
    be the duty if 'he surveyor withhold simple one forward letters from such type:" upon the finest
    IiisceKiri'M'ir: ,fie) shall hav* 'vason to fourth pail thereof ai.d the said John In persons stating paper, stitched and covered and furnished journal e.JI fraiijais! nous le plaj'm< sons

    Idil'.ha: the lands ,.1'\11\ .! are other nerarity the remaining undivided three their willingness to becomesureties, and at the low price of Two Dollars and la protection, de cetteportion cl:;-.ultra-
    ako of the
    lands than those i iv iHto he con fourth\ parts; and thi notice is given to to forward evidence competency fifty cents per annum. The Casket is f. tile de nos cncitoyens, dont la i.tnguefranjaise
    dl ':iMicerned, in bt'an act of such persons as sureties to the collection from the'choicest of est I'idi6uc hahiUiel. et loOt JC3
    finned or if it '!lal! : ;)t'.r: that the survey pursuance fur which pieces the
    underdlic'l th' J-r.ci is l.i ft'd. has: to provide for the partition of lands in amount they may become I Saturday Evening Post, made with a reference -, mucurs les gouts., Ics usages, ti Irs sou-
    bound. All offers are to be sealed and nirs sont fran ais.
    Territory. to the difference which should toujours
    iHe of
    been made sjbeqi4't T.) the < the I
    directed to the Commissioners of-the Navy : Commt ious trouvons satiifaits tie.la
    exist in the nous
    materials of
    survey uiidirvr ic.' the claiiii( wa C ,
    following : and those of a monthly publication the Sibert dont nous jouisson f t qa? njtre .
    l'--v.r. cola. 10th Jum-, IS 7-15-4t.Tne words, viz : Utters; to furnish Live Oak, i ,
    former of course enriched with gouvernement bus sen? i-? Iep'; .j
    Sec. 12, And be further enacted, } Jut essays,
    0 the hr-Vt.r, o''rl.tims' ; over tlI'('(' thousandfiv l \N eN i\\e .\ a t1(11r. under"the advertisement of 12th March, poetry, anecdotes, and! those,set off by a doux que Ton puisse (i s.r-r, O'l'jhe

    which have been 1827. recital of the occurrences of the week. nousmtlerons p..s iVy proposer .-.'.? rV-
    , l.ur.i'acres, f-led! TrusUeb! ol this Institution inform the
    I The timber is to be inspected and measured The latter formes now a'arboterons les cc.:!'curi-
    can receive little value ;
    with th. -'ribsion rs, ornl t h le Kr"uceiver from
    tI put>!ic, that it is now in operatiou and the
    prePared according to rules established
    wf the I d Office a mere detail of events, of which d'aucun parti ; ROLlS lai:)serons irs flec! -
    ghtcr I .a fir the of many
    : r" :l'Iion
    ; they bv the Hoard: of which be
    copy may tions du .. '
    \\ or'idx C.on jiiision would cease to interesting before gouvernement general, s quectlles
    i acting! have c-njjftgeu: the set vices of Air. Thos. J. they
    obtained! on application to the Navy A : ) de l'Etat faire aussi '.. -
    or- 'C -judicating rhims: or of tiryau, a gentleman offine classical attainments were recorded. se p.i-; ; .rmentque -
    chi irr '.' vh )have been .fi'led with the and unexceptionable moral habits, to I gent cither at Tensacola, Savannah, Tne vast quantity of matter crowded : ; possible, et pour mieux .. -:> Htemr

    Con \>.i\* ners for adjudiC'atingcI.ms to take charge ol the school and should it increase Charleston C., Norfolk, Washington, by small type and careful arrangement hors de la i>hire des coteries, cit ; M

    land IP Kast Florida, or which under the sufficiently to warrant in the opinionof Baltimore, Philadelphia} HeW'York, Boston into the} columns of every number of the intrigues et des pcrsonnalitfc, nous u'i:imettrons -

    provision of this act, may be filcd wrh the Trustees theemployment ofaddition- or Portsmouth, N. II. Saturday Evening Post, will in the jumais aucun cit relative .:..

    the H,1'r; and Receiver of the Lund al teachers, they will be piocured. Any bid not made: in conformity to this course of a month, furnish the most ample n'import-quel candidct ou qucl homn.c

    -Ollics tor Kast Florida and which: claims From the regulations; and course of discipline advertisement, or that may not be received materials trom-which to form an interesting public maw nuns rcccvnms toujmirs

    have i.oi been reported against by !JaidCJnllstIClners adopter by Mr. Bryan in the management within the time herein limited for/receivirig periodical work such ai the Casket i avec plaisir les productions ;!Us cnvairtsqu'hvoudront

    or by the Register and of his pnjiilj, Parents, who wish bids, cannot be considered. has been consideredby! :its partial' bien nous fourntv des articles

    lk-cciveiihull cau-e tIe same to be so to educate .tj.f;ir sons or daughters, may 5-to 1st July 1827. friends, and such as we intend, it shall be. de nature figurer dans le cadre c.e notre

    connected with the Tt\\nsh'.p lines of tlie feel every confidence in committing themto Notwithstanding fact that the Casket feuilie ; tels! sont.par exempt, des morceuux -

    public Surveys, and shall furnish to the his char t'T and, as the Institution will bo 1- Un1UauB is but a collection from the ,column* choisis de littiratureou tic pocsie,

    ,. Surveyor of the public Lands in Florida, constantly under the bupcriiitfnding care OTAic of the Saturday Evening Post, we .confidently 1'analyac den ouvragev nOtl.caux.ies d--
    of the Tiustce.s, should any abuses arise : and tail dea proofs lea
    mcluntnmi..tion indeed !
    as will enable him to predict, we are sanctioned plus celtbresqui n cu-
    exhibit accurately, the said claims on hi.- they will be irnmcliiteJcorrected.: GARDEN_ in the experience we already peront lea tribunauK des divers I'._) ; la.

    township plats, and the land thus claim. All the! brunches of F.nglUh education, and Nurseries, Long Island. n-..r New have, that its most numerous patrons will* narration d'cv nemens politique dca
    with the Latin and
    ('(1 9113'i !he resent trom sale ; Pro\ ile Greek* bllguagcsill York WILLIAM PRINCE, Proprietor. be found among ,the subscribers to our I anecdotes ing1nieutle'J: Pexplicatidii tied

    (', the information required to enable he than taught is and the tcnusot in Southern tuition are lowti.. 1. -The new Ca' ,logues. for 1827, of this weekly paper. A large number of those i couvertes I importaale?, de! jvryct.r: s
    ciw-loinary Acad mi .. I
    the Surveyor: to exhibit tl1"11on his township be ( ( establishment, are jut published, and who take the "Post" depend upon that nnuvcaux dan les arts, enfin di-sarticles
    cau had in the
    plats, shall Jjave becn furnished to nfi hborhood.at five dollars monthaud may be obtained gratis, from Messrs. T.I I paper fo the news of the week-it is tie spectacle, de vari tea &c. Les corespondances .

    I .him witlrn one year after the lines of the I within an hondird yards of per the Academy and Svrords, 99 Pearl street, and perM therefore read with audi.y by almost every que nous aVJ'1 ? lblt'ilHX I!

    Township within which such claims may at six dollais, exclusive of wnsliin n
    lie, shall have: been run ; or, where! the There will bean examination u{ the pupils cropping a line to the proprietor to that and this general use becuumlv nous tuurniront dans ce- gej.re Gut ,0; qui

    4 Towi ship lines have already been inn, fit the end of each quailcr by the effect, \,,ill have it instantly {ent to them jures its appearance so much ac.'ai.nost to pouira interesser nt-s lecteitrs

    vi.u i. one sear from the passage of this Trustees, and at the end of'each semi t1Unu- free of charge. It may aba be obtained render it unfit for the file and fo: binding. I Ce qui precede no'.s parad: ijtL'sant

    act. al term, a geueral examination by a boanl from the various agents in every sectionof The numbers too, by this: ,general 'use, pour dvMicr une idee de cc: qu xio;; reLit

    Communications relating to these Sur- visitors. the Union. This rstabltenment whichwas arc unfrequentlv lost, mutilated or I i-A3is-,ixs Nou vr'rirK>ns done, l lI la

    ceys made to the deputies respectivelyH / PETER W. GAUTIERi commenced about the cuddle of the entirely/ destroyed, a-id the file; ti.usbrok- ,.: notre Prospectus. >Vc premier:: rui.ud.

    iYnsacola, post paid, will rec lye pro- President of'the Board of TxusJees.JHIIUS last century, and has kept constantly increasing en., .-. The Casket. is calculated to prevent I ro paraur le S Mal procha' ; iI..lli pri',11 ,

    pe attention, and to enable the Surveyors Webb, ever since, is by fkr the most extensive this inconvenience, aitd- to furnUh at avery I le public de hd accorder qhelqw"1iU'ntlnn! ,

    to complete the duties as early as Thos. Battztll, :m the Union ; and, in addition to cheap price, all the useful matter et si, comme nous 1'esperons, nous .1Vlf",

    piacticable, it is expected that the claim-: \\ ui. P Hort, TRUSSES.WKBBVILLE the immense acquisitions ,of former fo: which the weekly pa.pcrwoult1 be iefeirable I'avantagc de lui ;plaire, nous ous g.Uous

    :intsill' place them in possession o< the Jos. Hu\s. years, the new Catalogue contains dove when bound.-In thus giving a qu'il donnera d cette entreprise un n-

    evidence of title without de1ay.Robert 'Ym. J. Watson, 500 new varieties of Fruits, never offered permanent form, and select association to couragement liberal,

    Butler Thomas Russ, before to the public, And not in possession the choice pieces of our jyeekly contributors .Nous pourriunsajouur a ce qui pr -

    I Surveyor! (;m. T. Florida., -Webbville, i7th Feb. 1b27.: of any other establishment in America. it la confidently anticipated that' cede que les r acteurS60nt Mebsi-s. *

    Tallahassee 6th June 182r-16-4t.for' : ACADEMY The collection now ofTeiedto the new and successful! inducements will be I maij' comtr/e its! pensent qu'iN n'ont pas

    '... ---'--'--- 25th May H27. public as follows': 172 varieties of Apples held out for the exercise of superior talent encore acquis dana la republique des

    1'UOCLAJiATIOK.HEREAS The first quarterly examination cf.s the ; 202 of Pears ; 76 of Cherried ; 139 and unusual care hi our literary de.. iettresAinerenonnSe uwsez: ttendue pour

    students of this Institution took place this of Plums ; 25 ot Apricots ; 84 of Peaches n..rttnlnt-in addition t') the recommendation que leurs noms pmsent cor.tribuerau suoces

    "71'17" by the 31J section of an day, under the duection of the Trustees ; 20 of Nectarines ; 100 of Alniouns ; of neatness in the gen ral appearance d'une entp pri-e llt; raire. ils preWrent -.
    t Ordinance for the regulation aiicl and they take much :,-Measure stating, to 14 Mulberries; 6 ''f Quinces ; 16 ol" -and particular.mention to the typographical Carder 1'anonyme.

    government of the City of1ensacol... approved parents and guardians who have placed" Figs ; 16 Currants ; 15 ofiiaspberneb ; execution, it is 'our intentionto Nous ajoutoi.s, pouri'aVantagedu pub

    6th June 1827, the patrol regulations then childien and wards in this Sem.nary, 47 of Gooseberries ; 20 Strawberiivs ; embellish each number ef the "Cask- lic en g rdral, que les per.sor.nes qui si

    of the City and the ringing of the that the exauiination: was highly satisfactory :19 t Walnuts, 'Chcsnuts, and Filberts! ; et" with three handsome} ngravings* vouent a l'instructioRamsi que r artistes

    ? City Bell are under, and subject, the : and reflected .mnh -credit on the teach- JO of Medlars, Persimmons, and Papaws ; i from the hands of some of the most distinguished qui voudraient faire connaitre leurs p;ll-

    , crder of tre :Mayor. er, for his"care and abilities in conducting 15& I Barberries and Whortleberries; i jtftisu of the country. ductiona ou dunnerde la publicity a leurs

    ! Therefore, the following regulations tite school; and upon the pupilsfor their industry 257 of Grapes comprising wine i With these claims to patronage, the travnux, et les inventeurs de dvcotivertes

    I will be obscrThe City Constables and attainments. They deem it unnecessary and tabi e.Grzu ) s of,France. Italy, Germany "Casket" will, as has been previously: d'une ,utility g n':mle, pourrontnous

    ivill ring the Hell at9 o'clock P. M., from at this examination, specially to and the Crimea,'and are priced at frwm mentioned, be aflbrd.d to those who subscribe adresser leurs annonces; nous nous feions

    and after the 20th} day of March until the name the different classes and to point out 37 cents to gl each-they are also offered for that paper exclusively at the un vraiplaisir4e les inserer dans notre

    TOtliSeptemberand the remainder-of the the individual impiovement, in each, as all i in assortments of one dozen each, $8 low price of g;;,60 per year, 'a subscrip feuilie,'sans aucune retribution.

    , year at 8 o'clock P. M. Fifteen minutes are entitled to much credit; but they-,would I for the first, $6 for the second and $4 lion which it is confidently believed, u Tout,ceo qui cot eatif| 4 ce journal doit

    L after the -inging of the Brll.the City Con- injustice to their own feelings ere they for the third assortment!: and they will be. muchi.owertban that for any other pub. etre adress it rimprimerie, chez MB. A.

    &: lI'ablesue directed to commence patrol- not to reinaik that the class in Geography,.I selected to suit any -climate from Maine.! Hcatiou of a similar character in this L. BOIMABB, rue de Chart re* No. 152:; %
    ing t'.e streets, and every slave found by the the female class cluss lu the latin Language, and to Georgia. The collection of ornament country-but to the subscribers of "The I Le pels de ta sousr.ription est de 10(
    t.-: "them absent from their homes, Uter that entitled English Grammar arc al Trees, Shrub*,and Plants. consists of Saturday Evening Pout" -"The Casket" par an, payable i demande.NouveHeOrleans .

    ;-- hour until day: bght without a written particularly The Trusteescannot to their, commendation. 1053 species, and of Roses 500 most' will be furnished tor -82,00. I le 20 Avril, 1827.W1.WTA.TT. .

    ,i permit from their owners or employers, without dose this .notice splendid varieties, including .70 of -Chinese A1'IUNSQNLEXANDER, 1-
    t;:.": -or unde the immediate ..charge of their congratulating the -itieeis of this monthly Roses. The Green 'House : .
    I. section of Florida.'upon the impoitaut advantages Philadelphia. TNFORM8 his" triemis and the pubr
    owners or employerswill be taken b v the department ,conflicts of more than 20,000 Subscriptions to the CASKKT receivedat
    tendered to them in this Institution %& lie generally that he keeps thePL.&T3'
    City Constables to the Jail used for thc conducted as it is by a gentleman ofo Plants, and contains all the most beautiful this Office. i UOTL.
    laid City and theiefcept! confined until the + much and interesting species known.
    Ie ; ;.LiJityand moral worth. and will take great pleasure in aeeoJll1M-
    next morning. when they will be brought P. -W..GAUTIEB, New York, March 30.1N "FQr tt1 LO'W1 dating those who may favor him irrUl
    before the Mayor to be dealt with according Presidentof Board their cuistOni.Tallahassee.
    in the City Ordinances. James Webb, of1Tutces. my absence Capt. M Crupper is au: THE House and Lot situated 10th Feb. 1827 1 3t.
    (iven under my hand'at the Citj'' of Pen. Thus Battzeli, 1 JL thorized to receive .and pass receiptot the Public Square, the wrP'Ul"iU'

    t .sacola, this the I5th'day' of June 1827. Win. P. Hort, any monies >due me, also to make con.j ,property of the late Col. Wm.Khar. : lte. '

    John Jerrison.a.6r3t Joseph Russ, TILVSTZg.Vim. ract&fpr. the hire of my negroes. &c. .-For terms apply to !

    Watson, 1 Byrd U. Willis, F. H. Nisbeti Executed with neatness axg

    Jlago? r :rho!. Jlusst rCIlIIC01J Fcb. 28th 1827-.52-tf. i Petuacela 5tb AprlJ I2I.f; dispatch at this oc,


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