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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 13, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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v OJ. IV. (P,; pl/l.noft Aorittte.) PEN S.-\CO LAf FRIDAY, JULY I3tfc 1827.- (Open to all parties : influ nced ;none) No. 19.

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.- PCBLIUbLD WKICKLY: BT I 1 ? No daddy neighbor Liberal is nulcc? I will subscribe immediately;;:) purlieus,of- a.Printing Office will bo' He longed to fly to the arms of- -his bo

\V. HASBLl. !'I'rJ'l\TT walking about! the room waiting for five dollars did you say ? I will give! careful lest they create loved Laura, but scorned to deser

t SOLE EDITOR ASD I'MOPRISTOR; Mr. Newsmonger\ to finish reading the.I twenty-five before 1 would suffer such "A wreck of matter, and a crush of his post. At length fortune gave him ,

pad1lilhtr of the Late of the United Slat et. Louisiana Advertiser, or Mr. Long-! impertinence. If I lend my paper I worlds." an opportunity of realizing his wishes,

gpascnirnowYear; g5 widd to drop the Gazette; which he j wish I may be d---." which would squeeze Captain at a moment when be least expectedit.

Half year 3 has 1 pot almost asleep o\Cr." II Symmes1 theory into pi. The republican army suddenly!

Quarter year J0 Hut is not the Argus and Mercan From the ftarnslabtc (R.I.) Grr: tlt. attacked, in great force, the alh"d
Subscription pay sbte iu advance. tile Advertiser come 1" The! MISCELLANY obstinate
an battle
Printing Shop.A r troops; ensued, ;to
ADVERTISING-Kvcry advertisement 11 Y e!, Daddy, but Mr. Neither- which Edwin
place of this description like the particularly distinguished : -
,f the width of one column and measuring and Mr. Scribe- From the New York if irrur.
side is ''
not more than twelve !lines of this type,first reading one, busy world! in which it i situated, is :a The Generous Rival.\ )himself; the enemy were completely

insertion one dollar, cacti weekly continuance ; I lerus is laughing over that funny peice i I i scent?of toil, embarrassment joy, dis- i routed, and the yo'.mg soldier,
fifty cents ; longer awl witter ones at he told you he was goinn); to have published |I'1 tress, instruction, and amusement. I have always been of opinion, that I for the courage he displayed in the

the same nw. Hulc and figure work, j in the Mirror, and I be-j i i'i Sometimes the gilded of such moral tales as have a tendency action, was sent to England with tho
double juice lor- the first in l'r1inu. Ad- i: lieve he has read it twenty times over/1 ,,, ( coronet to promote happiness, ought, in some gladsome tidings of
dances} before victory. Having
verlUenitnis will!! be Ui"tH'uly! displayed, hope our eyes, at others -
tiiciii "This is provoking; I wonder why measure, to be cherished. The airy delivered the despatches with whichhe
accorJieg to the nature of and will the grim visage of disappointment
f this size lout take the themselves, :, visions of creative fancy serve to divert i- bad been *
te measured by nltttrgr a Upe.Vben they papers peers t>t us from behind the dark charged, ho hastened to"
\ inserted! at intervals, that, is, not inserted and not he troubling their neighbors" ;I 1! curtain of adversity. Jf the mind from grief, and render the house of Mr. Dal)", and gaining
every vvc-ek, from the first to the take '' occupation less poignant the bitter stings of mis-
don't a admittance
Why you paper, ran stairs into the draw-
the up
adds to of old
Just insertion) each in>ritiou will be charged any quills wings fortune.
Z""ICh 'I Hope was given to man, to ing-room where he discovered his
as a new advertisement.mouuts for daddy j gaffer Time, truly he gallopeth with : no-
ndvertiii payable always ou demand.mr -why-if \ did I never \I I the i inmate of a Printing Office, and enable him to struggle with adversity ; ble rival with the mistress of hia lunirt

Li be i a! contracts will be made with could 1 get a chance to sec it. An 5m-i I! like the wicked, they "do not live out and, without a cheering smile, the His sudden and unexpected appear-

those who wish i: to :aiH.'rtioie by the year.ai' pertinent set of spongers go again, :. half their days." This is most trilling distress would cut off this ance threw the lovely Laura. into some
: ('ominunic thus directed toV.. I a place thread life.
oJ It the
John. There must be one out of was fascinating disorder and it with much
\ liable accidents ; was! difficulty -
will most to
lla ell H uut, Postlaster, Pfusacula, peculiarly ,
eased the
four liberated and I know it will give deity love-lorn Edwin'sfears she retained sufficient
Le duly attended to. some of which are of a perplexing, spirits fa
.,.,.. ; her gentle whispers soothed
neighbor Liberal pleasure, to gratifyme others of a laughable nature. The meet her lover's fond embr,uo. At
only for a moment." each forward care, and extended his this critical moment Mr
lP Jt types which are set up and placed upon Daluy entered -
14 Well, John, what success ?" views to scenes of fancied blisstothat the room having from his .
.... 'IP" : what are termed gallics, have eve- ; study '
44 Can't get a paper, daddy, Mr. of solidity in fact happy moment when propitious seen an officer" cross the hall ,Mid
ry appearance yet ,
Liberal has got the Mercantile Advertiser fortune should present him with the ascend the staircru The words-
they are as tender as our consciences
away from Mr. Scribelerus, The slightest touch will disarrangetheir hand of Laura. Pleasing: delusion 44 My dear L-iur.i:
and Mr. Doolittle is looking over his order and the of theprinter's that made the moment of separation bohold! thee 1" from the enraptured }
temper ,
L shoulder while he reads it, and he'll devil the of less 1 painful, that soothed! the ruggedform : Edwin, OiUjjh' time ers of the astonished '
starting
it ; one I ofIperil, and softened the rude who
want next. will Dalby, stood fixed and motionless
I type have an effect upon its neigh-
i 44 This is beyond all bearing ; it is bor, and set the whole of our ands aspect ot'territic war. mute, and almost discrediting
o'clock and I I ps Edwin, whose only fault was that the both
now seven suppose together the organs, of siyht:. and hcjring.
From Rogert Poems. must wait 'till after breakfast beforeI y by ears. of preferring a military life, was the Had I known, sir," said his grace,
One of the enemies
have
worst we
Behave y our cl' before Folk. can get the news, and who the son of a merchant of some repute in the, who beheld with as much delight the
to fear, is a cloak ; it marches in,
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IRGoad morrow to your night-cap. d-1 (in a violent passion) would metropolis ; at the commencement of a agitation of Dalby, as the happinessof
; before folk conscious of its importance and with
Pthavc yuurcel" tho !late war in Europe, he received the
read
Ucliavr yourteP before folk, give sumarkee to a newspaper the of majesty youthful pair, "that the :dlec
And .i'-nnx he ne rude t., rue, after breakfast. Do you hear, John, sweep I an appointment in the army, and was tions of your daughter had been placedon
As hl"rwe we-before folk. I __ 1 : :11 .1... "Lets loose the dogs of war." i soon after sent with his regiment lo
go again Jol111, uuu watt uu one ur me another object, I should not havo

It wailna gi'e ne mcikle pain, other of the papers is out of the hands One whisk of this garment, this day the continent. offered the smallest violence to her in-

Cia we were neni an.J |:er,rd by nane, of these infernal gormandizing mono sent Rufus King under the table iu- Laura: was the daughter of a banker clination."

To Uk'But,a pudesakr ki.s i, <>r fcraju'vou! no before acre lolk; : polizers, and be sure to catch it, sU'ud of ro England, and capsized aj j I of considerable eminence, a member My lord, my lord t" stammeredout

Behave nirel' before folk, John, and then tell Mr. Liberal thatI gentleman and lady, whose marriage I!i at'time British senate, and possessedof the enraged parent, "she is under

Behave )'nur.'i I1 before) folk, will return it instantly-do you had just been }put in type. At another a very extensive f fortune. The attachment no such engagement as you suppose."
\rbate'rOU do, when out 0'iew, I
Be cautious a)-before folk. hear John ]" time more serious consequences I that subsisted between the I 'rh, n stepping up to Edwin, and
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Yes, daddy," (Exit.) Enter have arisen ; a murder has been upon : young people was unknown to Laura's pray, who are you, sir t Some fortune- '

Coniidcr, lad, how folk will crack, Swallow.) our floor, and brother Buckingham \ father, the purse-proud, the imperious hunter, I suppose But you have
affair
itink
And what they'll
a great
0' caetliing but a eimple smack, 44 Good morning neighbor Eagernoos ; went neck and heels into a corner i Mr. Dalhy, who expected to marry missed your mark, young man ; be

That's gien or taen-before folk: -any thing noo 1" I even our friend Jenks, with the whole j I[ her to.some person of distinction ; pleased, therefore, to leave my house,

Behave Behave vourpcl1)"ourM-l' befote before folk folk,, 14 New fire and faggots, I have island of Nantucket were upset in ai or, at least, with one who was equal and if ever you venture hero again, I

Nor gi'c the tuiijjue' o' gala mind young, sent a dozen times to Liberal there, I galley. But next to a cloak, we dread !I: in point of wealth to himself. For shall: find means-"

Occasion U come o'er folk.jr to request the loan of his paper, only a gentleman orator ; though we are this purpose he invited the most My dear father!" said Laura, interrupting I

It's no through hatred o'a kiw, for a moment, and he has the impertinence men of letters, yet deliver us -from all ,,, wealthy part of the senate, peers and him, "you surely forget

That Irte i ttaiulvtell' jouthis; to refuse me." ;graceful declamation: ; one eloquent I: commoners, to his splendid mansion; yourself! The gentleman whom you
But, IGl'h! I tik: it!.1113nn5F, ilorish' of orator' fist i at the wet end of the town havingi
To be rat teax'd-before folk Refuse you t" an knocked i i ; thus rudely threaten, is our nojghb r'*
Bchavi yourw-T before folk, 44 Not exactly refuse me, hut he permits the President of the United States, \i I i totally deserted that, which had; for sou, Mr. Langley, the West India i

Behave jourpel'' before folk, such fellows HS Lougwind, Nuithersido : and our Probate Court to pieces, and :;: many generations been the residenceof morch.tnt, in Ir mibard street." "

When But we'ro'alaiio fieut a une.before may tak'folk.ane, Scribelcrus, and Newsmonger at the conclusion of the argument, we I I his ancestors, in the cast. :,Ir. Lan iey's sou t"

TO pore over them lor hours, not >und that he had destroyed 65 bales 'I Miss Dalby }possessed, in an emi Ye*, sir," returner! Edwin! ; "and

,I'm A! ony sure modest wi' you las I've? should been be as; free only (through a mistaken courtesy) of Coton from (&arledu1tucd, about nent degree, the beauties of the mindas though not blessed with equal fortuno ,

Jlut vet, it di POPSic depriving} himself, but his neighbors, 15 vcsstls Inn the unkindest cut of well as those of the person ; which, with yourself, I have yet ;sufficient to t

freedom ur'cJ-hcfJI' folk: from gotriiiff early intelligence of what all' was that he took off our head, exclusive of her fortune, were sufficiently support the rank of a gentium.
t Behave Kehrtve juui joursd1>cT bufore heforeiolk folk,, is passim: in the wo/ld." whch: of course: aunihilated .?Janl.- attractive to ;h man of sense !: love your d !ughter-I long have loved i

t'H n,,Yr pubuul attain to it- 44 DI-goodness !t are they reading'em stable County. t\ and discernment. Many of the: u i her-and she Ins iught} me to believe p

Somiadyou that-before folk. now !" We are always in l favor of uprightness visitors became candidates for her that she returns my affection. I ask

Ye tell') me that! mv' fact IP fair; 44 Yes." (sighing.) and consequently dislike leaner election ; most of them, however, f' no fortune give me my Laura, i'nd

It ll.n fe far-I diuua (:!!"c- Well, thatV abominable ,],rJ1on't \".] ; the sharp elbows of one of tlu'secharacters were rejected by her father, to whom I dispose of your wr-alili in whateverm.itmer
$ut ne'er again J.ar't; blush ue" air the whole stock she was enjoined to report the iwinu< t !" ry
take ] destroyed vou plcuse
A* jr iiac clone hll(lore folk : you a Noosp.iptr: yourself
Behave '"Ollrld' bcf<:ic folk, Why don't you take one ? v ou are in trade of ono of our valuod patrons and rank of each person who addressed I Very rumantir, f.lithA:1fl! pray, r'I

Nor Behave h*'at mv youn cheeksi'
But abe douce-before folk. call it." ruteting-houae and mill-pond-In the most wealthy she was enjoined to 1"

i Why I did take one, but the printer fact they nuke more confusion in the thucrith hopes of being the happy 44 O, Vt iy well), sir." r J
Ye tell me that my lipf are tweet; world in minutes than man ; reserving her affections for "TiMt! i"tm
Eq.
Sic talce, 1 doubt are a1 deceit; don't leave it at my house anymore two even our George Dalby,
in six hours. Another I him whom the vend t parent should select member of the house of I
At ony rate, it'j hardly meet cause I hackled about the industry can rectify a commons
To prize their tweets-before folk : price, and woodu't pay him set of plagues are your dyers, I I j lo he her husband. It was some (Edwin bowed.) And that I hav? an
tw :P.l\"f'! iur.i' before folk,
Beclveyouur!; ) 'I' before foil.; 44 Th-\t'sa good reason for the prin- who come to investigate the mysteries : time before Dalhy could fix his choice, estate, free aim iii/ncumLered-look

Gin thjii's; the care thpr e's time and place, ter, hit is none for you. Well John, of a Print Shop. They resemble which long, hung suspended betweenan you, sir, fico and uumcunibeied, that ;
; lint surely not before folk. the old who earl and viscount, of nearly :4l thousand t" i
did you get the paper 1"} in a degree lady cut equ nctts tee pounds a year

But, pn; ye rely do inrist No, daddy, just as that Mr. Nei- open the bellows to discover the secret fortune ; at length, the appearance ofa Turning to his i daughter, 44 and you, !

That 1 efimud suffer to be kiBwd, therside was done, income Mr. Hookit why wind should come out. A I ducal coronet banished from his mind Laura, will you so far disgrace yourself -

Gap,Audi g c t alicens-e inak' me yours f rae the before priest folk, ; and Mr. Nahit, and I come back." column of matter upon a galleY is a both the one and the other; and he and me, as to throw}yourso1t awa yon .

Behave y-turM-P' before folk. 44 Confound my ill luck !-go back, special article of astonishment] and} of vainly flattered himself, in future, to a dry-salter's: son ? a fortunehunter -" 7

B,.I.:,te vmirseP bef re f>lk, do you heart and ask Mr. Liberal if course they must look well to the affair -{ address his daughter by the high sounding !--a beggar !" ro
And w h icn "e'rc 8m',baith flesh and bane, .
Ye io.iv: tik': ten-before folk. he will be >kino1 enough-do you hear and take up a word or two to ex- I| title of your grace. A what, Sir 1" interrupted Edwin

%...: -- ....... kind enough to lend me any morning amine. Little Governor Troup the The young Duke Delancy, led by with much wannth : *4 But I forgetmyself

.JtM1SING. paper he may have, or if he has not other day was lifted from his companions curiosity, to behold the lady who was -you are my Laura's father !"
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-..,----- rs---- in the column who thus exposed to sale-for it seems the 41 "
Statesman.A one, ask him to I lend me yesterday's were Sir, said Laura, "I confess I
From the Xeic-Ytirk
Good Th ing.-The following paper again, or the day before, or the standing around him, like a bodyguard intcutiou of Dalby was generally :. entertain a partiality for Edwin ; I .
of her
excellently executed portrait of I day before that, or last Saturday's, or, ,and held up to admiring; optics known-became enamoured know his worth, and will renounceall l.

neighbor Ea!:ernews," is most respectfully J! do you hear 1 any of the last week's by an amateur in curiosity ; the person and on conversing could with wish.her titles, rank, and distinction, wealth .p
he
dedicated to all borrowers papers, do you hear 1" consequence of the rash act resultedin found her every thing and pleasure, to live the partner of his l

of the Statesman; hy the disobliged 44 Yes, daddy." a melancholy severance in his form He instantly made his proposals to her: life !" .

.saud their patient and enduring 441 am determined on going right a- of comeliness, and his excellency father, and was promptly accepted. : Then, by heaven!" replied her
that the of
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His consent
to subscribe for a : I came tumbling down upon his astonished grace, knowing father I know
subscribers, who havo continued with way newspaper enraged has my
would avail him but little
all long suffering, to lob the paperto will not be so pestered with the trou- troop of soldiery, who prostrated the daughter ; worth, I will renounce you for ever t
that of the- father
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without ,
in the A possessing
themselves at event.
ble of from unaccommodating despair
their mean-spirited neighbors, fre- borrowing and therefore hence with your para-
discovered Laura the :
had to
bob tailed coat gentleman not par-
quently before, and if not, always after neighbors. upon a polite he entertained for her but i mour you shall never enter my
they had read it themselves.From 44 You are right, Mr. Eagernoos;the is a very pretty thing any where tiality ; doors."
but in Office it having, as he imagined, secured the:
acts
Adttrtixer.Qh printers only ax five dollars right a Printing ; up- "
the Louisiana made formal declarationsof I Be it so, (said the Duke)-mine
that my friend would-take a down, and then you have a whole on the principle of a lever, as we hadan main chance, are open to receive them. My house, ;
his love.
dollars in and opportunity of experiencing not
to t'other five
Newspaper. year pay i home fortune all theirs
listened with profound attention my my are ;
JOhn OhJohn !-doyouhear? then you can dispute the bill, and they long since ; for while a particular Laura they shall use them at their pleasure ; 4
Run to Liberal's and ask will send the noospaper three months friend of ours was making a particular to the impassioned assurances
neighbor shall live in in
they
of the noble duke and ease, competence
him if he will oblige me by the loan after that afore it is settled-them folks bow to us in front,the mischievous of affection ; and the of their love ,
pleasures ,
in of enjoy
bobtailed coat sad workin when he paused, expectation receiving -
throwsit was making
ofthismorning's few moments what brings the always
a paper
paper I while mad ambition, insatiate avarice
of his
just to look at the ship news and the where it 'vas: taken, never thinking tire rear ; for, 0 sad to, tell, the a confirmation hopes, and increasing pride, shall torture
General and she raised her blushing eyes, wet with you
ad\"rt iscn ents." that the subscriber i is done over. Assembly Judges of with never-ceasing and embitter
Common Pleas Rhode the tears of anguish, from the honourhe pangs, i
in the State of
John-well John
Here
"Thai'sjust what I said yesterday comes future moment of life/*
her every your
acknowl-
morning, daddy when I went to barrow have you got the paper t" No daddy, Island, were hoisted from their seats, intended candidly
die and know the neighbors borrowed all the old the actions on the civil Dockets, by iedgiu* the prc-engagement she was The disappointed mercenary parent ,
you
paper you
the absent Edwin. fled, with bitter imprecation' 4
kept it two hours and he was obliged papers, and l\lrs.larrot sent to get short process disposed of, and Clients under to
Charmed with her candour and interested from his tormento/s : the lovers retired i
of Court ,
to send I for it." the morning papers as soon as they and Lawyers all sent out
her artless tale he deter with their noule and af-
patron ;
44 These by ,
Well, then something else to were done with. with marvellous despatch. are I
him, John do you say hear, John \ and Tiie devil she did-then I may but slight sketches of the incidentsand I mined to return his pretensions, and ter having spent several days in of a ;
fruitless the
the of the soldier. to gain consent
awful calamities which arc innocently support cause young attempt
C1 2 i-.fc my compliments John do hang fiddle 'till sundown, for
you up J my bandsof
united hi the holy
had cor- Dalby, were
Laura preserved a regular
heltl and
visitors
1"II when she begins to read 'tis from alpha caused by our ;
with her lover and he wedlock. Edwin has since, from ,
Yts, daddy." (E..nit and return)I to omega. Give me my list John. I j I those who have a proper regard for respondence ;informedof his merit and the interest ., .. L
but well professional ,
*' \V such characters and brillianti was, therefore, too
ell, John luve the Never mind breakfast: Mr. Swallow i weighty
vou got ; r ..
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m suit. of a
ri the situation of his ,
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scatterod about the.
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seize read so often that to read them over again N W.YORK Minium and Ladies' L
rank 1 in the : irnl il>* From !lct. Fast Florida Tit a 141. [mandant Bell, for attempting to would be rather dry.-We confess that, had ,OoMttte, \V>ekljt. JU&J1J..

;di1jke: ( f Mi. D.'lb army ii\ titS i'nor'b| : : 1 To the People of Florida.. upon a negro who claimed his free- we been in his situation, we would not have CASKET, or Flowers of Literature, 'fil
: action of Trespass time by so doing ; in publishingthe and Sentiment
The Act of of 3d March dom. For ibis an wasted our Philadelphia, Monthly
: .-jlOin' ics decreased in ,:ropoitionaHti. 1 Congress !! brought by the injured laws in our paper, the nearer we can ALBUM and Laditt1 Wttkty Gaitltt 2l.1
)ho ll .. d lirH Se'{'Ial |: 822 esahlishii.g a Territorial Government vi ct artnis was authority I hl*
; rin K .s ('011. obtained .I come to the pamphlet published by Jadelphia, $:-2.
jntcr..icws l.vve tiiken! pi-ice tinoiuih' ,. in Tiorid: provides thatrthb:' party ; nnd a judgment II be that erroneous or correct, the better Air. Colt'in'lVEE.Lr MCSSKNO*.

: the, medium\ of their noble friend: and j I i Governor shall Im C.mi nander in against the s.iid: Bell, in the County i. we conceive We thereto supposed that Washington City ; $4. ,
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his brliovud Ir.-ii i i.nie: u.ll ro i from Chief of the militia; of said, Territory |, Court of St. John's County. After I.I they wcie printed in the Advocate precise- MAJOSIC MIRROR anrf Mechanic'* 7nMvgcncer .
made col- I will the pamphlet and Boston, Weekly. $2.
I ilic people a iy as they appear
unfavorable i i| that he. slk.ll; resiiie i in! the Territory this decision, I!
the
mmd of Mi. Dalby: t-vory i the amount of the that, by the paragraph alluded to, we censured ARIEL. Natchez, Weekly, $S.
impR s..tIa the wasit ohm tUlIC :,I\ --b j cx-oflicio Siperintendani: of In- lection and paid j.' not Mr. Macon or bis Press, but the liALcrof, and Wttkly IntelliKt1lctr

inhison-u-l o"cnsioiied : and! that; ''ti'um .\Olirs-hi power to grant pardons judgment ; and in the heat of the moment : prinvr: of the Laws, or both the committee New-Orleans, 6$. >

I Calash was drawn by a I And the Governor.Mr. .... ,
3dwn: '.Inl L.if.i wi'l i ;at l.\>ilicrs ')l''olJt\; : I \{ c. in certain: cases-to appoint a up on enrollment .....::

1ie I of his: inmicn.M' .\0: ;I.(art'"\'-. and! commission! all officers, civil and multitude of two leggfd horses, and I the printing. Macon in says our paper for,the we correctness are willing oj to c C othUNIcar_
and
Thi-% Mil n! (OItWC; :: to ir-ccive: the no- : military"take care that the lawj he Bell, Judge Dnval, Worthington f vouch, and to test the matter by a referenceto 1, For the Pen3acoia Gaicttr

tit ofliiCraco, wlmni Jiry t cusderi : rArrurULLY t'xecutetl"-.lIHl to "ob I Eustis were forced into it, and being I the enrolled bills in the Executive Office' I'r MR. Ht'XT.-The ejection for membcrsnf'the

tl.t'. author 'If 1 .hnr l-lrc.'y and tain nil the information; in his power thus freighted, this vehicle was drawn j -We could not have supposed that the ,. nexv Illative Council is now fa* appro*:..
;is ; anti I h
Ihough
in the last Legislative ng ;nc not *<<<>? the ..
amidst the shouts j Committee enrolled bhV 0\01.
Qf
i and the streets on
in\tiiiihy! fli I jsi3P.Sli; him I I.,v uio appeJlationof :: in relation to the customs, habits through culpably negligent I I any Candidate publicly announced,vet I bet* '
;: rita dispositions, of the inhabitants of the of a multitude, until it rested at the ; Council were so I it is eenerally understood: who are out in tb !\
ta ; nerous in their duty, as to permit At
; performing : and 2nd DiJtncts and, aa the "
: said Territory, and communicate the j I foot of ihe Constitutional pillar, upon | .so many glaring errors to appt ar in the ;. tion of the Laws": and the detalwtbnof:'lO:1.PUhlCl.ih' ;! :
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same, from time' to time, to the President i-I i the great square of San Ferdinand. I I laws, but, that being the case, on them be j i i Secretary and:Treasurer are of vitanoon! *)late
Prom the Herman.Tti were the blame. ,i I request !pCI raiasiou to enquire, 't'e.
of the United States. .i Here some! precious speeches j ]. j tnionjb fa; -,"
I that hratuifu! jiai of (;errn1Ivcll(1) made lie!! Worthington and Duvol. We trust that the foregoing exploitation :, dium ol' the; (Uazctte.of Beni; nen"w| w'I.,'
By the saiMe; act, power was given! J by to I lat course ''
ft'pr.icutusV
borders the Kliine:. thenis will show' ,that we had no intention to u.'row j; they iweutr>t; .
} on Bills The to / those sul.jccta ? My mind ,
pleased
to the Governor to :-tIViSC all ;j jpresented Judge was say 0 censure where it is not deserved, and tK at on ina-le up to Yetf"
F a noble old castle, w lurli, ;:s you travel >| to him for h-s;; approval by j among\ other good things, that he had [ lr.Iacou.: : If some have conceived that wv I avow for no his one dcntimentsont who will not feanessly. and prom'
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on tie wotun hanks'! of the 1 ri\cr, the Legislative i l Council, and to re-j au ardent desire to serve the people, ; censured him will ascribe it not "to the irritation eJinnpcrtairtqutsdon A .%

I.* you may see lifti.v: itsv.ir.; out iowrrs : inrn them, with his objections, if disapproved I and that he nd not come among them I Ito j which often arisen from newspaper uter.Territorial .

\>n !tie. opposite MU 1f'V bovrloir\\ ('$ ; he having power, "1 1)j' and. mend a brokcn fortune. These j! publications"We but to a misconception of our Treasury
meaning' are always disposed! readily
of m-os which are ahout .:s <>M .is Ksoli. with th1 advirrami consent of theLe6s1.lti''C' speeches; had a most happy eflect, and I to reciprocate courteous' intercourses with Extract of a leU'tr horn Jutkuni : CIJ<4 ,

:. Ahoui fury years ;,-O, then- j: Council\ to niter, modify, the whole exhibition was concluded I our brethern of the type and when we arc i'- r id aVe My

liveu in that ('I'lIC"l: ceitain;! noble and rcjvi: { the laws which nay hoe in for that time by Eustis, who very I forced into a controversy, either peisonal \ seem not to he alone: inking mi ta.

; gentlein.m. whom we VII cull Baroji.Tlrs I force at the commencement ui' this I modestly said that ho was no speechmaker or professional, we endeavor", as much as the meaning o&" ihe} word.! C }.s.
divest elf of the irritation
Baron: had an .nly s-:n, who was i possible to olJr! tice" an author in
act. but there was any,lighting. to hich often arises from newspaper publica ; y'tmpater! received -
not onlv a uomlori to Ills f.ithcr, but a The Legislature had power overall I be done, he would do it. I tions" ; how far wr have succeeded, when by to-day's mail, signs it to Qpeiec

b'esMii.' : : to .ill l who; lived on hi Jai'ici's: rightful siiije ts of legislation- The effects of this exhibition were writing on the subject of the Non-publica attempting a justiScation of

Ian tion of the Laws, we leave the public tojud.re. Co}. Walton's conduct 1 It will
and the Floridians ij .
but was prohibited from passing: any lading! ; again I (: a tJ.

i.h l ppent'd on ci certain orc:1: .'ion, :I law that was inconsistent\\\\ the I a>s'J 1hlctl, and made another subscription The: Florida Advocate- on the subject cf cessary for him first{ to show, ihir it

thai ill.' \ UIIU; ;; JU.u., being from homo Constitution of the United Slates: : or } of five hundiod dollars, for the non-publication of the laws, says- was right: for the Col.: to fM>j>roor.Mtc

11.11' : me .1 Fl lenchC'iiile'.auiosee that: conilicted with the religious opinions ... i the benefit Judge IuL'alwIIo, they So far, the conduct of Governor that money to his use. If :: w.is:

the ol. B u, on. As soon as this gentleman or worship of airy man. : resolved to scrnd to Washington, in order Duval appears to us to be wrong to make use of the triune! .u

t ,.me ;iiuo :lie tMsile, he began Other }powers were conferred upOn i to obtain a redress of some strictly correct, and that no censure he has done, it is cert-unlv right that

lo 1-ilu ofh! ,* Heavenly; futiiei in terms the Executive of the Territory, I grievances which he said they oughtto can be attached to the same. his conduct should meet public: : censure :

thiii chillt.d thc old! inters I blooil on and other duties were required, having complain of. AGNONIDES. \Ve are sorry that circunmamvs :and you, as a faithful edit'jrwm.:

\vb.ch ihe B.niMi reprovd iiim, saying. 1 an important; iioaring upon the -- -. -- ----', have prevented Mr. Thruston from rittfit in informing the Public upon the
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*'l\UlIllUl :.ifraitl of (;offcud- peace, happiness, and piosperity of,' lT J O l complying: strictly with his engagements : subject. That itV;s wrong in th&

luil God: who rots; above, by speaking the people.Astltoturm] : --. .-.. circumstances which he could Col. ihus to act admits of no possible

i tii M'ih a manner ?" I ( of oflirflof his Excellency ( : not control, amid which may have caused question, he might as well have put his

I, 'i he
hnf nuiiiwi; .:-: obout God, for lit had approaching to a do! -c, and as he will i where the facts: are nut known. So and emptied its conte.nis, as t()

lit.v'or set h lnm.fThu !by a candida-e: .; reapiointint'nt, a-: ; firsts Gov. D I1va1 is concerned, we be- use the money received by him at

B.aron iid not notice at this time is evinced [by hi;* d tcrn.i.iatic.i. to visit } I Irah'I1.t'ton lievo that he has done all.in his. power Key \V cst. When it came ;Into his

\vlir.i Lit t'II'le11JtH; s-tuJ, but) the next \ : i i:1: ho course oi lIre to rxp.'iiile the publishing of the laws, possession, it must, on every principle

.. inoin ifc: he took him about ms castle: A uiesontear., it is ii; ? rijjhtof*' tIle Cit- aid ih.ii he has been careful and atten- of sense,, considered as in the public

II. nus rou'Js, aui t llt.k lr4.ilslOll.. izens to review tile past in reforonro i-ve that none but cor1-ectceieshiould Tre',.:ury. This publication, insti',d

i\t\ fl> show him a \< ;y L-caunlul I pic- 10 him, and to see, w'nother it would I u- sent to the printer and in having of a vindication, piop rly considered

luie which hung ju the! wallfl !- I i iI I not be right to ask me President to I .1 I proof'sheets properly examined j is the best: condemnation that cot-1 ;bo

lio gentium, I: JidinircJ! it very I. "t iive him, from us." This; right C.MI-! : t-lilDAV, JULY 13ih 182Ycrite 1. and corrected. written. It commences by SuJll1s

much, -Jiiii j\.wi i, *'wbo c\or drew titi.licIUP not: bo denied to !he huiuble't !in.livioti ____ : I VV'e do not stand forth asliis champions that the ExSc. retary has been making -

} Knows very well how to ise. : : :.1 ; nor will; I it ;;'..nt, ii attempts.should -=,... ,..:: 'sans'== pcur.-_.-=-=- -=>1--: _, though we cannot refrain, and arrangements to meet tho demand .
Jis i'l'Jcil." : be) rn.'n'e\ a-; they undoub-edly The Iriciuis 01 Col. JUH.N DK LA RUA we would be culpable wore we to do I and to silence all clamour"-;

3 drew that : lliJ will t ic, to sl-fle the voice of publfcOplll will support; linn Jil the next election, as ..1timber so, from correcting whit we concesve: This t'dmits the appropriation of the

: "ihb son pictuie, :' } ..'H. .\ ui'iliu Legislative Council: fur meUi'ht I an erroneous view tilings, calculated money and promises an effort to replace

the 1;1ii' mi. I The iiistoy of the transfer of thctWI election lJi t11Ct. Ttie capacity andtxpirieuce to injure an officer, who is willing at it-it acknowledges too i.upro-
is clever! ul'Col. La ilua, added to Ills II
t' !-'ri your son a very ) Provinns: is wed known, air.J has tdltimos that his public conduct should ner conduct the Dart of the Secreta.
l known induce -- ----
integrity, ue tw present tiiui I. a 4
manf: ,:I.etl the gcnili man.The I !Sjeen :so often presented to the public ioi nat siuiiuu. and we are much gratifies I undergo the scrutiny of a fair and im- ry-why does he wish to silence

t i 1). von ilicr.eni! vitli I the VISitor as to render it unnecessary to refer to /u obiHiiunij the consent ot so honest and parthl investigation. clamour, there is no guilt 1 An -nno-

f I Into h-sjr.ii den) and showed him I it a tgiin. There was great rejoicing ivoithj a man lo repiehfnt' .us. It'there are charges against the ex- cent man is indifferent abo clamour.

many iHMu.ifultlowerband plantations I on the occasion: and every Floridian 'lal1j' S.oLers of ecut-ve; make the specifications, present The author alludes to the high standing .
I
I I i,' of forest i'tes.; expected( friendship and security from 1st District. them to the public, and if the of the Col., his birth &c ; this i it

i ri*i t _.- ..._. __ _..._ ,., _
t "'A to the of .Io'COMMOEORE T._ : -::- .A likewise unfortunate.
h-s; ordering; thisg<.i- the new connexion.- 1 nose who have ------ -- proof is sufficient to convict, we will very Those

'(lnr' -, ,: ihe gentleman.4'Iv I been accustomed to a monarchy, naturally City yesterday in-PoKTKR a PilotBoat, arrived,accompanied in this be the last to sustain him. But for indeed, are the most prominent reasons -

':von," replied the Baron ; "he S look to the delegated power of l by J.din'd: Law and Edw'd tint ten, Esq's. the sake justice, withhold those in- why ho should not have acted a,

.knows evr-iy plain, I jy: : *ny from Government\ for protection ; and have Ills Secretaries, and his son, Midshipman sinrations which present no tangible lift has done. It certainly can he no(

the err1! :r of Lebanon:: to rfie hYssop been taught to venerate great names Tlx>. 1'orter ; in good health, last froim point, and which, like the assassin'sknifo excuse for a son to act badly, because
and official It natu- Key West, where it was quite healthy. Left his father was an upright and honest
tlv v Jl. I aiithoiity. was Com. Lauorde of does its mischief in the dark.: an
s squadron, two frigates
: ral ilierHbro, that the Floridians We would ask Mr. Macon, if the facts man and always acted justly As
( "Indeed said::: tho"i. .. \'.'4..iin: ''I aln! a tuig, cruumg oil the harbor. The
shaH tiiink very highly; ),} ;%f inu: SlJOI1."' should! h\'l': Joob.t1up to those who Mexican: J'mateer .Molestador arm ived just are not known ubroad" or if he thinks to the birth of the Col.! if the author

ex-TCM'd; official power among them at their dcpaiture, 'itii a prize in company; they have been misrepresented, candidly had reflected a moment he would not
Tlu Baron t 1 Il'n t. him hiP and to out with a full
: ) ;K mo had a lew days before capluicd and de. impartially come
Thus it have ventured
, with confidrntial
regard.: a proposition so
very
1 t of them.Y"c believe that
\V/raz wd 'OW"l 1 Mn.dl. s.ail of oil statement we
t., i.m a : nl'.tc.u ; itroyed seven spanish Drovers
was in E4t Florid wiienVorthing- have and stated all that repugnant to sense and the genius of
Muriel within shot of the ; which fully correctly relates -
t : .t', w-ii: liv. sr-n hid ostablisi-! t gun Lattery,
Ion c irp"tflthe Government thereof. .vas firing on her at the time. The prison- to liif non-publication of the laws, sofar our Government. The father of the
cd .. M-.IOO! tid wnere he caused: all
iI HP played; many: tmtic tricks ; and indulged ers are now ou boaid ,the Libertad.! as we arc infoimed-our opinions and Col., as far as I am informed, derived
the pooi d.ild'I. who h.iO itt their mlVrenr 's may not be the same as those ofourcotemporavy
I in of to train his birth still he
: acts Bulloonry nothing
many ; ; was respected -
7 ];n;' -iv.s! to )hororeivcd) dud nourished III our last werepuili&hcd; from the Florida : at Tallahassee; but surely,
E 1Ej at Itown expense.Tlr.1 gratify, his. vanity: ; and the people Advocate, a paragiaph expressing; regret if we are equally well iufurmed, we cannot ; he received a tribute of applause -
in statement of facts. from his due and
r thought it nglit. at ti'e removal ol tile Company ji disagree our country, to
'h.li.'ren! in this: house looked Having such precedents it would U. S. Infantry from the Ocilla river near The Advocate has stated that the I laws as earned, not by his birth but, by hi3

L soinuo. "Mi, mid! >o happy, that theFieiirh havp, been very uncourily in the other Tallahassee, and a hope that those itation- : printed in that paper were correct-it says* meritorious services. This reflection
that Gov. Duval has been careful and
attentive
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irenilt-m.jn I cd thc i-'loiida '
was"f rv much. I departments) ; not to give encouragement &It Agency migiit be continued I but shouldbe might have convinced the author that
that none correct co/ies
ii1 p1PiseI I and when he returned; the 1 at that Post. We have since learnt that
,- :"callu to to, and approve of the etiquetteof the lemovul of Captain Dade's( sent to the pi inter''-still in that paper merit not birth confers esteem. A-
company
in s.iid to the Baron% "what a one, who permitted the people to was in conformity with an older 'trout the of 28th April we And 'otlects' for ujTset- gain, he say "he i is not disposed to
happy man YOU are 10 liweo: in that of :May 5th we find a law 1'assed
rood a
smile upon him with complacent! sa- Department ot war ; the Head of that Dc- censure until opportunity is given
21 and 20th !
_ I""ilow'ilo January Approved January
!;Ol'! ordered the olficer
partment having charged "
tisfaction.; His Excellencywas to correct .-This
jresent rowley pawley" for roally pouly, "vonget errors. goes upou
with the delcnte and of the
I you know I have goo-) then Jud]:!;eofthe Superior Court; Itoutieis of lie 'f'ria ajul protection Florida, to withdraw voir" for rouge et n&ir, "fara" for faron the g/otnid; above alluded to ; acknowledges

son ?r' tin: oHife which had been conferred two of the three b companies, stationed being convicted thereof; shall pay" for" on fault but asks time to cor
convicted thereof he hall! "effect" -
"Ber.ne; I Invr seen his works, upon him for his peculiar h .mt 'i in I by him in the iuterior of Florida, for that being pay, rect. Forbearance would do if tho
I t for affect, and an Act to alter and
and i f !kiiov; ; th u bo mus: !T both good making; stamp orations in the country I pui pse change the name of Mary Morgan to Mary criir.o were doubtful ; but here is an
i the- Florida
: and t1 '\orf he has dune! Ul from which he His he new Military post near '' that admits
f : you have : came. Exullency: Agency, garn.soned hy two 'npatiie ol Crosby. Petsd January loth 1S27" and act not of extenuation, no
f .shown me." thus relates the matter. the 4ih I Infantry, commanded by Mojoi Approved January 18th 2327" On so I less than an appropriation of public
law the Governor took 10 )H>
: "But bnve "During the wuthe was Glasscll. is considered) of sndi importanceto important a officer
l .YOU never seen lii in. country : years and 3 .\\'s'to consider Wenae money by a public to private

f I. "N., bin ,f know him very well, in :a distressed: condition for the want : tiiat thy Cu proto!. Clinch ction has of that tali.eu"n exposed himself frontuv lucresponsibility no time to'look for more ; here are purposes." This too places the doctrine -

x1 of !him of friends i h\ onlidcnce of the in and it is but of fault
i, )ceat ju.Jro by his works. ; people of suspending: that part uithf eight gnm errors one paper, censure not upon the

i "'vi. u do, ;jiu! now please to draw I : was much shaken, and the administration general order which relates to the ; ebuivalof a lair sample of the whole Who then (where it in fact should lie) but asks

roar to :hl;* window, and tell! me whai met with an opposition that i those companies, until he can receive is to blame ? Mr. Macon says Gov. Duval's the question whether the offender has
conduct is correctand the laws
! threatened it neck and heels fur her instructions Irom the Depart strictly yet
you oit'' vi; 1i'm t I hibncc.Ly : to turn are correctly published in the Advocate, made repJ.ratiou1-a doctrine:; moa
ment of \\ arou that he
! "\% ISle iho sun travelling oui of I doors ill consequence of the in the subject ; having from the enrolled bills in the Kxcciuivc Ol- strous as this does not admit of a seri
urged, strongest terms, the necfssit.\ I
, tl.r.udhc'. .'\kv, find shedding. its g-:! t; tax: on distilleries! -cvt'n the Navy, of keeping' two companies at that Post, I Gee: It does appear to us, that the Committee OtiS answer I suppose then, if Col.

ties over Gill of the finest counnict.5i i I the glory and protection of our couu- until arrangement can he made for the removal on enrolled bills are to blame for receiving Walton fails in returning the money
them in such and tlntt it
situation
this world and I behold try seemed destined! to tremble before of the Florida Indians, or until they a
a, mi -!}hiv. I shall Lave was not strictly correct in Gov. Dual to approve through misfortune, there will bi nt)
.. rivet at my fret, and a v.ist range of I the }powerful influence of internal; liiuils.N Juieily. settled within their prescribed them until they wtre corrected otrcncc, as it may be said he did all in

: s 4od. 1 b.-r Jisuiro gioun. '.s, andOrdJlrl. enenaics.rn manufacturing establishments : on publication of the La Some the eflor may have been typographical his power to restore it-it was hi*
of the west threatened with ws. :and it may have been better to approve
;>, andmoyards, and cattle, The misfortune not his fault that he could
Tallahassee Florida Advorate of laws with
some unimportant errorsin
: ami !->beepfeeding in Jields and a total destruction, baud the people not restore it. Besides COL.
green 30th ult. coitiains :.n editorial article complaining them, than tc risk returning them to the CAN
; many thatched cutgescazeredJiere themselves were last abandon\'jg: the thit we have made some allusions Council for amendment; but can this be the WALTON CORRECT THE ERROK ? c\.v

t itii'1! ilicre." principles and policy of the Uovern- to ttiis press, which are calculated toI I caw with regard to all the enors ; many of liE PUT TIlE COUNTRY IN THC SITUA

: '. nienr. This was a crisis that produce unfavorable impressions among- which arc gross!: and important /
Ann do you see any thin!! to be required TION IN WHICH THE MONEY, II1 PAID
our ub ciibers, and which no conduct of The Advocate, in the last paragraph quo
.;h a.lm'ncd in all this ? Is there airy energy and action, saw the danger, ours, warranted him in duitl, .'' We presume tedma1.es, an ungenerous insinuation to our IN TIME, WOULD HAVE PLACED HUItl.

thi.t lICaSaflt and rode thro' Kentucky haranguing that in this Mr. Macon alludes We submit to the
or lovely, or cheerful : !sentence prejudice.- are willing to CAN HC UNDO TilE INJURY SUSTAINED.
. I in all that is spread before you ? the JtJOplc-pointing out to them the to the following, which is: conUined: judgment of any candid individual whetherwe BY THE COMPLETE STOPPAGE OF JUSTICE

"Do situation we were in, and urged the in our paper of 13th June, any one who have published in relation to this subjectany ? So far as '011
think I IN TilE COUNTRY )
you want commonsense has examined: those laws which have appeared insinuations which present no tangible -
, It : j or 1 have lost the use of my necessity of sustaining the Government in the Florida Advocate will be convinced point, and which, like the assassin's are concerned, rest assured the community

eyes 1 my friend," Mid the gentle- -the \ar""the Navy-ajul that Governor Duval! himself being- knife, does its mischief in the dark.'' Have will appreciate the value of a

J ninn: somewh aiignly, "that 1 should Manuf.icturcs.: The people rose en responsible for their conc tness' has not we not made the specifications and presented manwho fearlessly and boldly pursue
masse-'.vent to the polls-changed benefited by.bis selection of Printer, and I then to the public, and do not the
his f
able relish
he the duty.
not to
charms of the of and thecountry. will gain very little credit for his vigilance public daily feel the truth of them ? If we
complexion Congress much
i such ;{ scene us ibis 1 } in their inspection, if they are printed in the have not, let our articles be met with argue correspondent expresw'd.very' Article jnu
was saved.: the saute ideas ourse on JUjlici ll
: uV vii, then," said the Baron n5rou book as they intharpaper." This is the inPut and proofand not with blackguardismand we will merely add that,if Col.VVaJton cannot
There
was bat a little time for only allusion we made to Mr. Macon's pa- abuse, which only have been used for make rejiaratioii tor the injury dome to the.: Territory -
are sible to judge of my son'sglml1 Judge Duval to distinguish him per and any one who understands the sub- want of better weapons.We hy the iiiinropor use cj'hei;;:f funds, still!if the

character by seeing his good self while he occupied that station. ject will see, that unfavorable impres money is repaid, all Justiciti ha>>said it will hr,
V works, wliifh arc poor and imperfect "he did sions" with regard to Mr. Macon or hispress recommend to the attention of our he will thru he entitled to IN' dit for thoaefeeUhi l
not works a1)t
there"
how docs ;it h many mighty ; ought not to be produced by these readers, the following Literary periodical !;* which actuate every hoaorahlc rr.jUI.,
ippen that: cannot hut his committed a
inducthim
you declarations which after having :
that he
' pompous remarks. It is very evident, from the appearance publications ; which will be found to con-
form of crime make tho beitaturseaiiemt in his power.
soinejutlgiiwnt tho
goodness wasafriead'to Spanish customs and of the Advocate and ihe width of Lain much useful, interesting, and amusing 'Editor.
k .
)God, by witnessing; such wonders Spanish; laws, procured for him the the columns which contain the laws, that matter, furnished at a very low price. We rMR.

of his handy w )rks ns: are now before friendship and favor of he the type, as they are set for the pamphlet, shall be happy to receive and forward- EDITOR.I hav seen with some astonishment -
1 Let people. are used for that paper; and it is not to be names subscribers, accompanied with the in the Eiut Florida Herald 4
': you mo newer heir you, mv. To further his views a littlo circumstance supposed that Mr. Macon, (having confidence price subscription for one year in ad publication of Agnonides" in. which the

good friend, ag .ill say th.t you know occurred that enabled him to iu'the Governor's ambition to perform vance. Those who have any idea of sub. following speech is imputed to.Governor

,t____ not God, unless you would have me i throw them into a political fever. his duty as a proof-reader with vigilance scribing to either, are invited to call and Duval. (Zee the article re-publishd In to-

o uppose that you have lost the use ofYIJU1' During the citizen and accuracy) would take the trouble to examine specimens of them at our office. day's pl1per-EUlTon.) If his Excellency
senses." ; military reign, a lead them over again ; for, in his capacity I. AMKRICAS! FARMER, Baltimore, Weekly, has used suQh language, thei ought to b e
; I had beeu imprisoned by the Com of Legislator, ho must hare heard the,laws five dollars, a QCW bi itory Qf,he\'mr wiitleu, Qr chi ..ILS.1i11Cd \

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Brians -who* u ark* arc now crt.m 5Jc tJ. I Mr. mtrnrit.lLiberty May it over f nt are thy judgements from thos.of men TilE

ill t'l e m'xt edition, make omc important spread the UuiHrce.I j We ardently wished to harp retained himi 2fJS\V-YOaK WY1LlOB. / pecnt volume t. fifty tumbeff ; but td

e rouettioiK. I do not know much of tin I "The American Star." I i in this land of exile, but thou.hast called And\.Larliu' Literary Gazette. make up for this deficiency, we intn d

course thing- in Kentucky at the gloomy I i Mr. .1'tlaul.thy.-Tbe Honor Patriotism I! him to the mansions of the blessed. We FIFTH VOLUME to present our readers with an tltgantly

peiiod arlvcilftl (o. I hun.', howevrr, has 1 I and Glory of our COllntr.-may we live to would have wished that the recompense, With I t*& are l vignette title-page. This hct v.
that people if, at I I add laurels to its I him Splendid Elzgrat.ings.EDITED ever, will be more th. to
rf me ertMt.injttsficr tc) any fame. which (non hast promised to : WJK dos expensive n 1*-
i mod. the country was iN a trei.ed "star-fpancletl Rnnncr" ; acts of m.'rcv null kindnesshad bevSoelay- ,, ar GXQRGE P. 3IORRZ.S.I' 'itf> the two addition! numbers ;' but as

cindition for want of friend ; and. as Mr. Rcrri( .-1hf hospitable inhabitants : ed, whilst thou in thy wisdom, hast thought I Ii here shaH \\lulIg getius winsImpale! flight, the advantage will be.on the side of "ur

rreat 1 1vtrs whiskey as the Kentuckians of Pt llsacola. ; fit to crown him in the flower of his age, I I "Rich dew-drops shaking from his plumes ol paroo! we feel purauadcd the. cxcha'igcwill

uic rrprc rnted to he, I cannot think, from IVall: iu and tak t gde pint stnupc. i and to call him to thyself at the moment I lipht. meet their approbation.

ll.r account of their characters, that theywiinM I ;(r. Uuultard.-lHf. LADIES or PENA: :; when, appatentlr, he was about to enjoy A S the MIRROR will soon completeits To those who may wish more fully to s
its fourth
turn the administration out neck COLA Sweet creatures God bless them !f- ;; the happiness of the world ; but, my bre- year the editor thus seasonable understand the character of the work;

j.nd hcl h" fyr a small tax on dNtillcriPS The Navy and Army cherish ami protect \ them, what is the happiness of this world ? j presents himself before his numerous and to commence their subscriptions on

It is >ai.i f-.at Fnme is a ;i cat liar and with I them.iJj Ira nllnoi ,thr.ymngmzd brave.1, :: -it is only bitterness. Jet ns sty our tears, 1 I and highly respectable patrons I the opfning.ofaNa\v. VOLVXC, perhaps it

her thousand tongues pioclaims many mar- Mr. fnlntT.-.Our Country its Commerce | and not mourn his true and ;.&! happiness.i !I and the public, with sentiments of profound is proper to sav, that it is devoted (though;

>rlous things -no* all the Histories of the and Freedom i What an impressive lesson, my denr ,I respect, and a deep sense oftbe ob- not exclutively) to following .ubj- ,t.

var, represent, thu cannibal race, in old The trident /> Xeptunt." heaters is this to us T How eloquently I II [' legations which are imposed upon him. ,i OiuuiNAL MORAL TALES-either fictitious .

It: ntur (lonH'timeatll'rl Cutnek'*) as Mr. nitfgcly.--CHARLKH CARROLL, of dues it speak from the bottom of t IIP tomb of To say that his reward antI encouragement or founded on events of real life

having the war fever #o high as not to be Carrolton--the sun i\ in b signer of the Declaration -i the frailty of human thiugs, and of thr* vanii have far exceeded his highest expectations I in the United States of America.

and butcheries of of the ofthis would he but a faint of
reduced bv tned'-phrtK'n cfIndependence. i pleasures world Likeou expression THE CKK so a-comprising a series of
ll.-min and Fort M>5gs, but like the Phtrbix iriisfiinglnn's Mirch. I Ihe was in the flutter of life ; iike you he his feelings ; for the pleasure of those numbers-pathetic, satirical, moral humorous -

rising again, when a rill for m".'n was 3fr.! r'lrblr1"11 he American Fair counted niimprous.! friend ; like you; he en- feelings i is immeasurably heightened when &c. denominated the Little Gtjiius. L

ra.ule t" spring up as if from Diaggon'sIfcth "Wnat siyiiiiloj: (he life o' man. jHcd all the happiness of diBg good and he revicwsthe names of those who makeup .

half j horse, half allirator. and a If 'twerc not fr the lasses 0 !" of the gifts of fortune,--an.l now all that the great portion of his supporters.To REVIEW-of publications, foreign

p.nt steamboat" with! the "best gun"' &c. --_ remains of him 5 is the rcmenbrance of his be distinguished with the countenance domestic.OBISIXAL. or

Jt is rc1i( ted. such was the rnjje of thtse rfi .,' H' \ J \ '.r.c j virtues. Let us then in like manner b* irI I ami 'favor of the wise and the virtuous, i is ESSAYS-on literature
t'titnccks for car uagc and bloodshed that -. Q :" I tuous. and we will not entirely descend into i at all times flattering to the pride of moral -
_
- ::- ----- any history, voyages, travels, American
haJ beaten the tcralls of En- the tomb. The reinrmhrance of virtues -i
when they \ /'t-r the Pfjisnrola Cazcttr.TO our man. ; but to a young man, it affords a antiquities fine arts &c.
New-O& leans ictnrnin home will console those wk will shed tears
' flan.l iit * * charm too great for language to
; M. G B. I express FXMALE CB
jjr men' past-time, tht-y dc-.troyed nearly! Oh Lash breathe th.iff notes airxin on our nrMnory. The pious will still say I Every motive, therefore, which springs dress, and education.lucTK.-manncu beauty,

ail the alligators :i.i the valley oi the Mississippi i'hoe melting strains of fail" fluuJ"'rs ; of us-happy is the lot cf this man: for he from tfoe strongest impressions honour AMEHICAK UioaRArnr

i ; many of the: b! irk tribe wore actnaih They charm my arliing heart from |11.in, Lcd in the peace of the Lord. i II and gratitude, \ ill be called forth, not sketchesofthe lives of such-or historical
vltMio/ed tIC combat- And lull uisii'J suul in lumL\'r3. I persons of
frouging
by ; m\. air only to but
preserve, to improve the character both have
fants javiug thoir powder mid It-ad for IF.O.-In I owell. MaW, about! the firft of stxes as become celebrated

: nnotici! wnr Povte.ity wouUurvrr know Oil touch tl'o:e thrilling corJj once more, June, IMrp. Ani'iAiL \\ \"Lwife Itrnj.imii: and of a publication so kindly fostered, for their heroism, virtue, fortiiude, talents .

hl ror tradition that this \Viti: 1fruity'linqei? wake their mel-ut r5, W\man E:l' formerly! of this place, Mt.V_ so generously supported. We hive patriotism, &c. t
I .om picseut Deinostncucs 'Til! tichae stoi'n froi: raemnrx's lore.Tiic was hiirliK: r 'rn
a m.I -
rt"veias produced by th.-sc : aa1'4in; thou;iii! of longer: :rl.aTin ;t1'e:3. I 1 1't J1:1trola.111 drejrly <'!3f, thfir friends and ncuji'i'nrc after go on with increased zeal, in our new publications.;

exciting-by Fjificches J.acedcI I ci; t'here 1pHhiwilli; her txcrilrntfon endeavors, to cull from the varied fields TUB DEAMA (
,i?'!!:...:_ t'.jvTir-vc'. t' fll
d,t v.'jc; :.. has been given tv \\"C .t'-"'...?:/;." I L'i"t. Kf:i-nyirh"k!! -oucu"irC.i"ir wui;a:1t, i..; cceau, I Thotih: eardlcl; ; l b} a urt'al ,1 K: as a jli-st, though Dfsti.TOHr
is a>surl' '..Y du<- to.Gov. Duval ; ft& tile rclatofuattlt I .r.iI\; O'Mmv pxvpliinvjvoc-, nor: iv our iH ails and I':est in our rcniejn- tribute to our fair readers. SSLACTIOSS with occasional -
Anu .Llill'cll v vjra'svlid; coiuuicton.The l.rance.JctTor.. remarks.
won bv strong uruis and stout ( :<
.., .. The regions of fancy have been explor- As KCDOISS-humorous, literary, histo
generally to
of soluiers -
1 carts are g'ncn
the (;( I1t'4aL. An account was published: brightest! 1:JpPP nf happier; ; ihv
of old in that re- in ;i- >':hl'ry "u jnj min l would luooin, ii.1 ?!hill appear in our rl t. our i.' enicus and highly! valued corres EVENTS OF THE VTIEK.I'otTiir .
gi'iniaij ago an man . _. .
of la\s ---.._ -
tiowiieil and refined State who boasted 'Till. l vtiie fiifhiuitiui'iii thy -- !- pondents. At the same time numerous -original t and selected ;

trial he )had kihcd three men by the severity .iI'lIt.sutxk- luto ubliviou'd! tomb. / 1 f'ux t rm'1t hidtoncul 1 fuels, of an interesting nature, Together with na.y other miscellaneous

01 his atlrc in controvei >ial discussions, /. h-ive enriched our pages ; and mal.Y oti.ers subject-j, which it would be unnecessary
---- ------ -_-- --_--
the to .- & -- are in preparation, which will successively n.w to enumerate.
nd joint* wag had impudence say ---- -- ---
that it as with bad English'5;' he had oBLTU.LtaY. o' \ r l cn a.cA\a.. appc-ur, embodied in the fairest CONDITIONS,

-- J' -.uu colours oftrutu and elegance. The TII.
destroyed them.If = -- lyre MIRROR published
every Saturday,
such a >eoch a> the one attributed to ( 0 f\fI MCATEO.DIED. too, in almost numberless instances tia-s fur the Daniel
;
frj ARIUVKD.July proprietor, by }Fansi
Onvlav i.ii, lOih Ju! m tll;. \\ at
Gov. J )uval had been imputed to him it / been struck by the fire genius, Will so the American Tract .
iiiiaii ofthe Society House, Mo b7
City ( rno!. J<>sT.l'H tN.>Ki/-J.i, in tiie .1U 5th.-Schr. Coaster Furgu- ,
would not hate been surprizing, ail the same much tfh.ctuid, sweetness melt
ordinary existence: ul'm in, auJ in tr.e m,.islolViery to and agsau-trcct It is punted in the jovaluarto
boaster in his h ficeliuri cum L-lo' style, tiinig; that. could,icnaer life a ret-u" ..- ; son, Molile ; with Lumber for tlicN.IVV I 11'1\ j>h the heart. To such contuhutoiS form, on fine paper, with a till.g"ulCJ'

siMstcd that his writings miluenccd the polirv )iic:e3-eil oj'an ,udcpel' c.1t lorus.i'j ; uuivtiga.- Yard. we know not in what: : termsto express our type.
of Europe aUI'l that Napoleon Icrand" Iv f.-tL-Oiiiod bv' liii acquaui.it.ci'iluvoil [b Justr acknoteJgenients The chief Fifty-two numbers
(G;!:.-U. S. Ship Hornet, Alexan- recomponse complete a volume of "
( fut conceived the! idea of his co: >eiidj, aiij lrijp.v:: PI ..::; ,l au.uc f *.U.I-)jL:;ia which tho\ can expect,- must ariseIrom four llanJrc & sixtvru loynl I lIIH n.. p.i-%.",

finenta! -s'fui from him. For inyxelf; I with cuurauu c->uii'J; In c,;.. tiio ouutnot der Cla,\ton Esq. Commander, from a consciousness i,f l hu-.irtg e'i'inety-! for vviiicn au ELEGAN1'.R.VpD "IG\ T1'l';

d'- not btlii\e Gt v. Dmal I made Mich .1 'c:'!unija ('.1. ij. a-l.-ylreii jy c\ l"1..IIl'. vw, a Cruize.Mexicdn. aided in the dissimulation of ..1 rLt-FA'iL, a-.scl a copious ititicz ii .
cruste :
.' a !: jjiven.Tnr
DutchniHii said when heprnclanned ac-tu.iti'.i iii-v j!r >uilu>eil by the inu: i ol
. M'tcdi-"the de Ball's bro. .. i its all: (,iii = it. .-ilciU u.tilallka:1I Commander.bth. unusual and and in rerin" PAYABLE 1> ADVAVCK.
jiiutiiiOM : we mviruupon Lope Esq. gia c beauty, :
iBikUke"atid i call on Agnonidcs to protliztv ,;..I to ilepiorr :-ai.uut.itie, thC 1'aiurej : .-Schr. J-out .MarkTiinc Patterson and improving1 the moral character of out It is lorw aided by th: eirliest: mail :x'i r.Vsotherwise
To of ,
;tiis ttie
ute language
proof. \\ 1L1c13 \iilbc i.iizt-ii 1.'. L.o
re. eery one \\ directcu) to ail subscnV-. esid-
;
country.TlinU
Sir"m.. Draper the country swaruaai had I\ l1t'uurcIf$ 111: .h:'j lall:.iJ.UCII. \'.. lialize.I the ;
the' aim of all Literary ing beyond city ol 'ew.Vork.Subicriii'iuzi .
;th sucit; ftluiiiovis rohbf is of i\ jmtation, : riric 'ii \\is tl'.- .-,'n ol a ian, whi semouiory I ii.-Schr. Escambia Burley grctt publications ,
= received
at 'fic"
I shall tniuk tiiis outlandish writer one of if 1'\1 iiI ciicri-l'eJ, bllio.: :e uliu knew I : ; and in this we solace ourselves tns {
I hiin; I St. Marks. in the belief that our efforts hr.ve \"orkFeLlJarJ, It2;. .
item. ;if be docs not IH iiia proofs. Beside will tilt- ;jn"t't dtVeciuiija'TemciuOKiiUe;- .I not
"vr. h'.itoi I can t see, in any history, ;hi.fe let'inigp :HK! piniij: '!!< tt'honor, i.i:;:ietl! ENTERED. been useless or unavailing. We' have -
ill linn I by.l worthy fathtr, lontu'd tIle ruling scanned with the various
scmpuluus care LAST OF
that any s-uoh cnancc was produced in the July 6th.-Schr. 'i'horn, Jones, L1STTKUS
conduct f lw; lil e. fi'uch u u.S the l'stllua ion in a ,
di'Jtgauo'i: of Kentucky at that time ; have winch bo was hit-itI Ly the pa.iifh Un\eiiir.ieat, rs\-\v! Orleans. Cargo to S. Patterson j'I productions that have received "form andpresureIJ Tg KMA1NLNG in the Post Office at PenL& -
old\ l fie! ? Thi; writer I in the columns of the Mirror in
T.OU a iv to see ass that I.1 li 'id sacola
maiiv, impurtant public: tiuais Uh.'cr J. Jerrison jr., Kopman and flyer I on the 30th dy of June 18:17.
iits tHat the Ou".c was conferred on the it ;-l.tni'jinuitlerrei t t-> thc (jo\eminent oJ uu order r that nothing might find its w.iy which ifuot taken out within three ..nonthi
iucjinbtnt for his talent of I iiiteu J. Campbell, and T. Svirt.ytli. ; there that would} offend ngaitiht
puvctit: stump >wird, and a {('|) ohtal in Ittolmij and delicacy will be sent to the General Post Office, as-
11H'.J.hiughQW far this! i is true I canm.t c IM actor, he was soon apjiuiiiu.-il, by the i'rc-ai- .-Schr. Ehz/.iijL'ih, Forsytb, and we fed confident that few sentimi :.t Dead Loiters.A. .

M\-it is ceitain that h.t, Excellency hgscitca ili-nt a .Mnnhei of tne Le iiiaie: COIIKLI!, m New Orleans. Cargo 10 order. have ever been seen which were calculated .-baniuol T. Anderson 3, Caroline

: aaid that he did nor sv.: :.tlil" office. I I wtiuti rtaiion leac'juittedhiui'el.! as litaiu 111 II to "raise blush on the cheek qf in\- Vndeison Allen
I llih.} Harriet Boston Honry 2, Peter Alba 2
ai! the rclutiOt-ofiiie; prupni: } :uriJ i"nCl'-. -Brig Keating, ,
Plaiu 'fi'utli.1tkT1LZNAKE lie was irer.trou*, and liusintaiii'-, imJ U.'I1'JU-\ :2 days. Cargo 300 casks lime I de U.: Thomas Adams, Thomas Anthony, Eliza
,
With a view to render the Mirror still! beth Allen.
C1ltT1IZIt14. The death ol' such a uum\* a ,.: -
HALL, lit ('oIullit. ;-it hasjjread agc-it'-itii g.IIJIIJ 0l'r for Navy Yard. 1 more acceptable! and valuable, we purpose B.-Monsieur Bertrand, F. Bonquie,

St. Faia. .July/ 5lh lir'27. the {laecs, "fait. oUr 'III CII.la..! lauw uiai\. ] 2h.; -Srhr. Trimmer, Barday, : on the commencement of the fifth Thomas Barron, Francis G. Beatty, James

Yesterday fcr proud and gloiiou.- could iia\i- been better-'pal'cd. I i Key H U est. Car o to order. year, and to continue it with eacli returning Kourddux, William J. Boyce, William A.
II fne gin-i 01 a \ hole! coniiiiuuity could mitigate -
vei>ary came mnntl upon thf anni-I tile Meritof tie iihciiug! (lidpcii&: .tiua ,I CLEARED.July quarter, to accompany i: with a S.11.C..
DNGB.A lING .Alexander C ton 3 Samuel fJ.Clarkson .
Time. The of our I SPLENDID ,
J'iag ,
country ti \ \:"1cc, and console the bier-ding! lic.uts.fiu9 ; I 7th.-Schr. Amelia Ratch
gracefully trora tin masl- If'acl, and the I >. relntixcf, they would derive that co.isoi- executed in the finest style of waicii' tit Joseph Cadle, M. Crupper,

thunder of our cannon pealed bravely alorg I ti'iii liMin tll'! itMUi.tiiLc, that! ihc:e HCudincnU I Tampa Bay.yth. etatr ofthct in this country will a 1'1I tIt !Duncan L. Cliuch.

the bojoin 01 ihe! "a u"c realm. '1 here are lelt, wiccl) tcit, b\ his iclkiw ea'u'-ns. ; .-Schr. Thorn, Jones, Now IS :mtiMv'ed! to present, in 3.1cep:0.;; ,. D.-.:. L. Dub rry 4, Robert J. Dodd 2,

were some ctioi.*c .pI1'its in tiiis "u f;UHf. Tr.e folltmi.ag Diicuurse, delivered by ; 0 rl ans. Cargo 1;>000 bricks and j: thir most accurate victcs of oar PRl. CH'"H. Samuel Davis, Sarah E. Davis, Samuel

Thu.le' tai delightful.etreat.. who ueieixnined the 1ev. )lr. Mai-nhaut, at tile burial oiC 100 hides by J. Campbell. i-LT.i.ic noiricEs, followed by c--rc"t his- E. Damrell, John William Donaldson,

bean aiul Land to perpeitmte the. jl. Ji>cp.'i .Muncya, t.abeea KiudU cuuui'inicdtcd torical inscriptions, so as to preserve! a William ugherty.
remembrance if ihe: "ol.len tiaif" and : for publication: at the request lOiii.-Brig Harriet, Keating, New knowledge oi the ]p-TiO'l; of their foundation K.-.>dincs Engle 2.

pi eve that the> were not recreant t.) the the relatives of me deceased. Orleans ; Ballast.llth. of the listto which tbey :.re applied F.-Z. K. Fulton, John Fisher, Patrick 1

go-m old cauvo. Tho hlmC\' hilt craaipifoi 1.1'Lot jtoUi'i de'Ay.viyic SOft btent courts. I :i .-Schr. Elizabeth, Fors ytli, and of wuck oti.tr circuaibtat.ct-s: Folcy.G. :. f
James Gad dcn J. O. Grisham
f.u1 onaUt! jjecr tu iuw ojj': tiivy sat .'u.E-rl-G. New Orleans Ballast. connected with them, as may be "u: \I! > ; ,
du', a :,' a sul!.iiintial dinner. \\ acre there Dit-u les a compli-s mes fr acs. lea joursdv ; preservation. OccasonalIBVS wll: Alexander Gibson, Benjamin Gould. I

Wa1.._1 lack of rood d.certIlC and wit, I ; rriomine. Ics richesses, le rang, les> f SAILED. also be given, of some of the bold and fl.-Henry |G. Holtslander 2, William
t Hannali: Henry Hunt John Ilutl Joins
Bud 6th. U. S. Revenue Cutter ,
and July -
iennnic..t.
so.1. iiuunony
spirit.Th
; } venusjutmes, I it.1 ue iaurait_ en pioJougerii. magnificent scenery with which our ta-

.%3 were iuiured with u.e company ot9veial I .:.CfJUr* u.i !instant ;,u deli des borne quo I!I Fluiuia, Harrison: Mobile. \inireU c Utll' a.ounds. A few of the flail Matthew, William R. Hopkins Hause,, George Thomas II. Hughes liolhni.,
Ii Town and the Se- .
'm .
jfcntJeineu
; Icu a 1jj'l1oo tit -- -- ---- -- -
&tons nous II v a -- sinking feature, uliich are so con3pictiousoi
nio. OHict-rs \\fttIP I/. :. S. John Adam 1.-James }Inncrarity 3, John inncratity
: la fnljJII'
qutlqiifs jour* jue mort aurait HUDSON'S RIVER wail! be
; ipn-.eJ *
4 James 1 .
Doctor Ci. chosen President t\OrCr5 1NI Innerarity.J.
AKK-OV was of inii' uixicd
au tt4 ue iiuu.i uue victi.nf ijvii} iiun- in this of our plan.rwitti t..e bet description -
put .-Witiiara Johnson 2, Effbnl Jones,
the day, iinti Midshijuna.il Lardner, Vice- :ttit M Micie, aurait eile\e a la religijnnn HEUEaiu rt quit ed at the Navy Yard, that can he given of them. i George Jackson. -,
-ft."itllIt.
T.iI' roasts zclc ucieu' eur tie ses droits, a ULUj I .It i.nniedialely, 4O able bodied young Nothing more clearly marts the hteru L.:.Samuel Philip Lee 2, James E. Le-- :
toiiowing drank.)
were
1. 'IHc day t/-f "e.tf.rtIJc.-A: iCie pieu3e UIHriis tcnJrenifiii uime, a !no i, of steady, nnlustrijus habits, to be ry fcnvl moral character ot a people tiian !.arc, Cjj.-t.iu Lnnn, H. C. Logue, John
grateful UIIC cpoukccclui ,vec qui eiieiaria-ccit employed as Carpeuter's Laborer if on well .
Nation the encouragemeiit given .o (\:-- Lat'lr, Doctor Lawson.
2. Our perpetuates its reiix'iiibrancc. douceurs de l}i bieu.ai diice, aux orpiielinsuii trial, they aie found to he of the above de- ducte'i perioflical publications: ; more especialiy M.-Tohn McNeil 5, Ellen Mallory,
i ii
that CtJuiiiry.-Ft.rtale every blessing ])tie: el a. ses anus un homme dout la set ipiion, t hey will meet wjih constant employment if they carry in their uum a portion Jon.M.ek'J.. Thorntunlinor, l.aldwin: !
; can gladden the heart of man. sincerity, Ia bonne foi l le dcsir de laireilcs and receive liberal
3. The heart a compcnsatioii of the FINK ARTS. Until within a tew Mallet. .Inmes1axwdl, \Viliam! Macvoy.
mind for the Puph.-O1f'welfare and. one heuieux piouvaient que lf-s Venus pro]>ortiincd to their qualificauous; to years, almost all attempts of Miia kiaiihave John McLamare. ;
ofuJHl'JIt1hic. socialt-R n' lail'ut point encore bannies de be decided by the master workman by P. Robrit William Pollard
1. Comintfct fwd failed i.i our country. Hut Gre-t Pottenger, ,
:ultllTC.-Imepa- dessus la teire : paict qu'il ctait 1'dppui tin whom their labors are dncctud. They FI ankl.in Pierce Robert D. .
ralile loiul ofinutual Uri ain abounds with such works, many of PauldingVil
JlJtrl'f'sl-thf'} will taibles re ptraiicc dv J r ..hHtnnJ"'avaiscfu. r will be allowed an aerefid price per day, r-m W. Pok! Samuel. Peobits.U. .
,
be wHich exhibit the Inchest displays ol extravagance -
taL-ii
utll CUMof: at home mid broad.r .
a () inon L>icu I'eus:ier themselves food medii'itl
que vous ious they finding oluthiiig -
.i. 'ttif) An and and spciiJdUr.Therapi : .-Victor M. Randolph 3, John T.
Sfl'l/-'l \\iu Guardians -
'I' : cinie&v. O pie vot jugenn sont diffedc I : : attendance, &c. and subject ti) a Redaction -
-;:' our JSatne Land-alike tiuulous to "owh of the Mirror, and Hitriiee 3. .Monsieur Ratlin 2. Philip G.
1\:11S ceux des houiincs, nous aiiiDii.svuiilu (fur all [lost time, from w>ate er c4:uve .
do .iir bft par nos seta le rel :uir sur cetie it 111.:. pi oceed. White men would to Ile-
< Tie Memory of \\ .\SMINOTON. terre d' xile, ct \ uus, ous le lappeles fcried to Blacks. } have led to t he conviction, thati- Caroline Kentrop, William D. Roberts.

*;'. TluII'lInl': ;' of AIUM<. tails sa patrie. JNou autious voulu, (ctait Ham'l.! R. Overtoil bellishing it in the way proposed, witisout S.-James F. Schenck 6, Stone ant Xi -

i. Ti.c: :Mnnory. of JjcrFKii oN.I' 4C un veritable amour qui nous a.l1nlti1)) making any additional charge for tne expenbes bet, Thomas Stearns 2, William Seton,

Thf Ftiur3 nf oar Political Erise.n !- nouc am ions voulu que vous cussi>*7. dillcic Nary Agent. that may be incurred by it, will Th mljY.. Sawyer, Joseph Scraillian,

<.e.-Atrietl and laithfnl Band, hose sa- la recompense que vous avez piouiise a, Pensacola, 12th July lS2-1 --tt: not only be altogether acceptable to those Benjamin Suggctt. John Scott, John O.

(<-.l ji- iriple-j arc destined to regeneidtel.Voil.l. cdui qui fait des ouuvres de nmcneorde, who are ita present friends, but will be Smith, Ferdinand Smith.

et vuus.un diif.u. qu'il vous a taiUti ue lecouronncr 1'or : c,, .York, the means of recommending it to further T.--John Tin."f's 3, Jacob Tarr, John Ten-

K'- :ThzVf i : .-Free as the ocean vous Ic rappclez a la fit-in dc j npllE fast sailing and staunch patronage, as to make the burden of expense brick. Ann Tunage, E.. Thompson, Eli-

tirt'..<'--tne duinli-ss advocate of libeialtcil'iigand ion age ; c'est au moment on il allait jouir I. Wig Hebt-, Capt. I'olger. comparatively lig'lat. Should the sha Tarvin.

nnbiassed expression ;when du bonheur sur la terre. Qu'importc, mes At. (intent!' d .*$ a re lIl. r trader) weight however. prove disproj/ortioned \\.-William C. Whittle 4, John TWarfirlil .

iIH'ji\*:lyonducted, the best safe-I ullrd of fi eres, le bouheur d'ici i bas, n'cbt qu'amea- to sail on or about the 6th Jul> to the income, tfie loss will fall 2, John F. Wilson, Charles Wilson !

t"1f .ioiat 1 richts.VOLCXTEERS.. uune. sections taos larin&s, ne pteul ions nt"x t. For Freight or Passage aPP'y' to lyon ounelces. tXcl"SiU'-I' Bradley Webster, .James W. Wire-

point sur bOil bonl.eur. Captain Folger on board or to The typographical execution i J. J'. Wan, Josiah Whitcher, John Wintcrmo
ll-' l"Jdr lltnf-Jla'm. :.Mais, pour none, mi-s fre res, quelle iinportante N. II. ALLEN. gazette has thus far been such as, m our )te.

.a tlc President ot the United States.President's lecon: Ah, flue du fond de cettctombe Fi-nsacola, June 28th, 1827-17-if. opinion, to warrant a comparison with MAIL AHUA3GEMEN T.
March. il nou.s j>reclie bien la fia ilitic de- I any other periodical in tr.e Union. In

Lhai. PinLham chokes !huniainc*, le nc'ant dca pluisiis this, an well as in every other respect, Northern Mail, .

.. Ihe Memory of LL Jon P. TUTTI.E ; du monde ; conime vous, il etnil a la licur PAY YWm TAXES I flattering encomiums have been bestowed DUE every Wednesday and Sunday at

C. .c' tbla: wel'l'n! ,alt.int! spirit s fled, de iOn age ; coin me vous il romptait de and Save Your Costs upon it even by forcign.iollrllals. Hut 4 o'clock P. M. "

; He kleops m quiet 'j1t atlthe stormy nombr ux ami ; conunc vous il jouissait it is our fixed deter minatiun not to be excelled Departs Saturday and Tuesday
with Resolution of the every
a
des dons de compliance
faisant des bonnes
wave, en cuuvres, other publication in
t.N' Aldermen of the of Pen- by any any way at 8 o'clock A. M.Florida.
The la fortune et vOlta qu'il nou restc plusde City
ne
nymphs of Ocean mourn the noble whattrtr. Arrangements we therefore Mail
lui le souvenir de vcrtus. joyous sacoU, pas ed on the 16th of June 1827. ,
dead, que ses making to issue the fifth volume in a man-
And HI': s-rnlIf'S pledge) the generous and done aussi \'rtueux, mes freres, et nous ne I shall, within Ttn Duyt from this date, commence ner altogether superior to any of the preceding Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock A. M ,

the biave. descendrons pas eutircmenl dans la tombe, suits against all persons, who are volumes. And as regards the literary Departs same day at 2 o'clock P. M.
indebted to the City for their City Taxes for
tl la de consolera ceux
pensee nos
.Doc/or Coulter.---ABSENT FRIENDS rerttis department, we have to add, that number t
; qui verserout des larmes sur votre uiemoire, the years 1825 and 2ti, or either of said for their Post-Office llouts.
"Tiio' J to ferrign lands must hie, unless the said Taxes aie paid to lae individuals, distinguished
et les allies pieuses dirout encore de noushtnreux years,
themselves Citizens of Prnsacolaare
l'ursuing fortune's 5h1dI('ry ba, cet houirae, qu'il est mont on or before the expirutiuo of the time talents and learning, have pledged The respect-
; Wmue.ufu1 heart and briintV ec, parce aforesaid. to use their utmost efforts to sustain requested to take notice that'the
I'll dan la paix au Seigneur. and of the Post Office will uniformly be closedon
f iimi! you still, tho1 tar awa. i'h.NSLAT1ON. C. Evans. the character reputation
I: (' "u iSU1J J work. Sunday at 5 o'clock P. M. ; "unless I
% Uln IWSS, The arc reryftw. JOB He, ov.
days ofmcJ.T
City Collector. the Mail should be delayed later than I
The } air ofPensacola God has counted them, brt'tilcru- Findingthe present form of the Mirror
my Pensacoja July 6th 1827182t.N0'11CE. the usual hour of arrival; in which case
''To La-i round better calculated to answer all the -
f. eytta boys.1' neither riches, nor rank, nor even virtue purposes
the will be kept at least one t
Office open
Doc.'or Clarkson. their duration instant beyond intended it than other andas
The present adtnin- can prolong an by any ;
due
iUratlO1lWl.e in its policall its efforts I the term which God has assigned tofhcm. the ENGRAVINGS, from that circumstance hour. The Mail, although not tin- ;i
o'clock P. M. usually arrive soon
*--lltlnecie.1 of Who would have said few Y virtue of will be rendered much valuable til 4 ,
to presfire the integrity ; a days -np: a writ of partition, to usa more -
be by 3 o'clock that ;
our '"cf.-!bican: bun of Governiuent"and since that death would have struck, in the directed, issued out of the Superior and beautiful than they otherwise enough to opened so

tnt .loiiur of the country. inid"t of us, a victim wu was so dear to ul, Court at the May Term thereof 1627 at could be, we shall be caieful to preservethe the Office is usually open two hcurc.

t "Hail Columbia." .I -would have taken t'v such a zealous the suit of Jose Ortiz Curator &c. and returnable original shape and size of the publica The Post Master therefore requests, that

lJvcor Ripn1 i..Con..1lure Pore !_ i( supporicr of religio.i ; would nave torn o+> the November Term of said tion. those who wish to enquire for letters on

Ita) he, :in the land of ins adoption rcccire ; from a pious mother a tenderly beloved Court, we will, on the 23rd day of July remark that that day, will *end or call before 5 o'clock
It is scarcely to the
th lull reward of-inut"illteg.ity, and son-Irom a v ..1'nna with whom she shared next," proceed to divide and partition the into view necessary the and and.that he may be enabled to close
taking '
I "I1U1 ent profkioiikl! acquirements ; i al! the i\\t' .ali of benevolence-from following described real property, viz; Lots appearance before Office at that time.
of the there has never
"Auld Lang Syne." 1 orphans a father,-and from his friends I I Nos. bo, 124, 125, 126, 127, 71, 72, 24, character paper work The Post Ofiice is open on other days,
:iL-. mchell.The Navy one whose sincerity, good faith, and desire j j I 36& 122 in the City ofPensacola, between been produced in this country a from breakfast time until dark ; except
Tar, the j Casimero Celeatiuo at once so reasonable, and so much with- from 1 to So'clocicand during the time
of Columbia. promoting .lappmess o.: ithers proved I Joseph, Benjamin & be
lu-i. G1isHnl.-.Ccnl. Jackson that tho social! irttti's wei e not yet banished Joanna Ruby. in the reach of every person who may opening or clming the Mail.

"JIail to the Chitf." from tne e jab : for he wua the stay of the Fran'co Bonal, Joseph E. Caro. i disposed to possess i i. \Y Hasell Hunt,

\Ir* T"tfThe Government of Aine- weak and toe refuge of the unfortunate. B,. Michelet, Peter Alba, As we feel solicitous to enter upon the Master.

iica., !The: Daguifirri.t f tranter of the world. I I had vainly imagined 0 God that thou Sebastian Caro, F. Moreno. proposed flaw arrangement with all convenient i Pfost
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i rATo1INT* BROOKE, '.t at\\\1e\ TJatterscm, i 12th March, 1827. SLit PROPOSALS' ..

Flon.la receive, JtJul/> If21.fAVlLL 'till I just received per the Bug Hebe : Oak frame and promiscuous Timber FOR PUBLISHING BY SuBscKirTlo&
irXVUlNG 111atJ&I'1CC.: ti.e folloivin! proposals HAS
,
V lurnMi the I I }'ol'.''er, from Nework, a for Ship of the Line, Frisptet and
.flJP Boulvs! ba> I'. MI Uf.i'ii hum il- "'li.uiig. to I : Letter V ()m Euro .
my whichare I
1 ..,y-Mtliout the kno\vli-dx'" i 111.c Ut ntlem Ilf tin- United S1t .,' \rrny, that i I fresb supply of Good*-among Stoop of J 'ar.1'U .
: ."': in whose charge. it-war !kit.r mav be stationed at Cantonment ) I tl&fbllotving articles VIZ t; Commissioners of the Navy will Comprising Narrative Journal of
with Trov Ale Superior Quality, Amen- receive proposals until the 31st day a tour through Great Jhitain
1 vol. Gibbon'o Ilo.nMii ll'i:y, Kngli.ihItlion : can Gin; Cider Vinegar, Winter Strained of July next for furnishing Live Oak ,
:FXUEiSH France
: BEEF Italy and
: botvnd in 'iH"uiil IIt. Switzerland {
{;: of Quality which will "
Sperm. Oil Sweet Oil Superior Timber, cut to moulds ( they
,
S 1 H>1. of Hunse';: lli. h.t\-1 lln: ;Lind, (rrom the l ql day of January! :: ll>28 Pickled! Salmon, Connecticut RiveT furnish) for ships of the line, frigates and the Years 1825, '26, and '27.

tiiJi; %ol. of' Shal.i sj.e.ti"J :;.cude! the 31st day! December Shad brand 1827, No. 1, Mackerel: Fresh sloopo of war, and the proportion of promiscuous BY N, H. CARTER.
*'(1J 1;. o} :Select : i .
: fs
rrjuei) :
I The beef will be required to be Teas. imported cut to dimensions,
Live Oak
Ji \'Ct}.;. (ii Je! IUIJ'; 'fc jcllltIt; c. I Gunpowder and Young Hyson character of the proposed bl i
I ,
Cil to the Troops tuo da\s in (': last Soft shelled Al- 6000 cubical THE pu
.,., in April that ma) be required, say is
2 \UJ. 0; I.e5uil s-I;)eiiiosilS I! already so well known .
((the days to be designated) in monds .Muscatel bunch Itaisins, oftbe line 3000 for eachrigates t
each
i vti. ot TITUM. !: Fresh feet for ship the public, as to render a formal n
S lilies us shill be required: fur. their Dried Beef Market Beef, Fine Taf nd 1000 for each sloop The tOt
':>*3 ,'nl iu"" ul 1t'.'. hnt'-\\' ;,,1111i..r.r'1't.: Fly : pectus unnecessary In the court* of
; .nus-nhi..h .i't'i '.'\ ju inanv iu.ii; tires on each day.-.\tlJ I deem u .' { ble Salt in small boxes, Soap in large i timber must be cut horn trees grown in last two years, voluminous ske-'ip t.le
*,., I" S hppnre those v. till n ay choose to and small boxes and Tallow Candles than 25 miles fr)m the > of
mipiet set. I ill} thnnk J 1 trr>"f [ "TMUISor Sperm. situations not more European scenery, institutions,
S :4. ,.,.t.',H.nI8 the} \ i-jl.ij;' i' ;j f) I.,,\ <' the contract for the supply. 'liat the ) English and American Mustard,. ; sea deliverable at the following building ant customs have been 'throw.mit erj
.J.i\..., or any Ibl fr ol n y f"'OH. II ..irnJjuuf S be required to b. of the best! the Cayene and Black Pepper, an invoice of! yards, viz : Portsmouth; N. H., Boston, through the medium of a daily off
.iu'ln to Wui.t II rt the I5:.'t... ..t.,re.Jns. can nftbrd, and particular Iron Hollow Wlre-One of Stone and' New.York, Philadelphia I Washington and the author ia correctly informed paper., If
copious
M While.Vcn be paid to the butchering it will thereof be: Earthen Ware, Uar Iron assorted Nitre Norfolk, during the year 1828, 1829 and extracts from his letter*' have been ."X. .
T. gid inspection of always Hall. Gunpovder, Shot, Lead, Musket, I 18JO, on or before the 1st November sively irculated rr.-
: !'ac.lj. July 3nl. IS": ;-- IS-[ ; Pen-ons ofterimj to contract I say througn the United
Rifle and Pis.ol; Flints &c. &c. in i each
States other
'.''; i..St "ALtTK, has, uc edprr their, propc.J46! l '04 this writing, scaled Also in Stole a general supply of Gro- : Persons year.ofiering will be pleased to now has by it in contemplation public journals to collect Hg I
-r livered to ir.e at plure s ,
n llrigHib} I.'art. I..I"'r. cies. state particularly their terms per cubical revise, and publish in a more
in bid for permanent
oii !\t'Y().k a'"l !In.- far; v lcO''M "'n r.itc p'ir pound a .single:: cnsacola. June 28th, 18.J7-17-3t. : foot, for any one of the frames with the form such parts of these
::lu-v, \\ ill furnibh i : and they siiail be I sketches! u
: iu lIes; Ih-j, ot'the l.ril; ; quality, also, (should they be disposed to offer vation. About one thiN of trie aeries
fr 1
,
.tlnrby! lO'.ttr S 50 His Cider et'i ion to, me at Can o'iment the twenty-seventh for more,) their terms per cubical feet, embracing a tour through the north of
25 di. f'crter, / tie day above :mntionel.JUM.N 1 1. day ot'June, 1827, and. forjhree frames collectively, (one of each Italy, a part Switzerland; and the south
S :.0 t, -ices; smoKed !'.B'rr-n" haf, flll" AiK; Lici committed to the Jail ofhis da s, that i is, a 74, a 44 and a sloop,) with of England with additional notices of

: .-.MiiiliM' and cite !Sialff'-r! q i.ivinp.; Att. City, a Negro man ; tnc promiscuous limber, designating in Paris aod London, has not yet appeared.

; S rns.icrl!, June <8h, ?S27-IT; --tf. I Nu iirr.nno',__ __ uill. Ij.- VPPl'IVod __ thIs hiniself all cases their prices for the frame of a No delusive promises, however, are held
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ship frigate ,
- -- :3lct t of October, IH'27, hANSON a :: the work will
.VOVYCK i --i-- and for promiscuous timber. The oilerscan possess!: a higher interest than the portion

i and says that he belongs to Jehu Evans: be made deliverable atany one, or already! published A f.iir specimen has
1' S hereby given to lh:> owners of 'printe l living in Winchester, Mississippi. Said either, or all ofthe yards above mentioned already been giventotbe world ; and by

". :. \ land_ claims, in Wist Florida/ S I II is about 24 old, 5 feet 7 or i> ; but the terms per cubicalfoot deliverable this criterion, the succesa or failure of the
years
JBgeS
illotl'llct-1 I ,,; .A J 3F&rt3HI nejjro
H,, have heen f
at deputy SlMf'flI'S
i zi inches hi ;h, very stunt built, is of rather at each, (if u diticrencc be nude subscription must be determined Somo
ed. inn t':11 1ittCI1l..ii the tjnicaiul place> I by the bidder must be distinctly stated. ilieauthor's friends
a yellow coi. liclnw sttedfr' the! purpose -urveving; big i rib'lit thumb. ft is to be understood, that the Coinmb-; publication, without issuing proposals
: .tch of 1 sjd: claims in.iy 1 lc If' each resp sioners will select such oWe and |
rs after reflection
assign bit: mature he has deem.
::5 <.cae; c. strict, hereafter Ildi'I' each bidder the
to such portion of timber ed it inexpedient to incur the responsibdity -
it *lu* :on" of" \U act to provide frjC' I I City Constable..
prov required, (not less than one entire frame,) of a voluminous work, which
:! roiifu-Jjialionard: je1tlenuit private I Pensncnh, 28th June, 1827-17-tf. and designate! such yards for the delivery be unca'led for by the public. If may
cla'.M; in Kas Florida} and for other I any
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I as they may judge expedient for the public profits are to be realized from its sale
,
_ ] ''2t'e P.. .:as.iril Htb Fd). 18J7, vi?. i I "By the PtesUeiit of xo'r\.c l interest ; and further that no money no one has a fairer claim to the proceeds,

.!:tII.(:" \\ l-.xuin :' ': I h IHIiJ will! attend Covsrr Corirr, ? will at any time, under any circumstances than he who has laboured to collect tbo
:\t P, i's.cola: front 11 )15- .1: In the :MOih t 1 I YJUcA SV*\\c-3. June Term. 18 27. SIn be advanced, and that none will be paid materials and reduce them to form while

JMstricl! Suutli (it the! Ha',!, P.ral! I pii"<;uane, of law.: I, Jouv compliance: with an act of the I.e'IsI.i'e until an actual delivery of timber ; that. few are less able to bear the I
.!'f"'. :"' r ..'o Kver.s.U I i ofn iieaf '!\0 btji'by tleciJie: J l)27. Oraerect, that Polls be opened un- I for the faitht'hful discharge of any contract I authorship.
I I ; in i"l l".iHi-ui.,, of TVn '..vill t.II': ': ,IS : KIKIUII ilia; a public kdle wilt De I Jtr the restrictions and qualifications j will be required ; that the amount I
:li ; -tCoV.1: from the! 5th the lO'-h Au- : tin- jjin! Office at TaHnbavjfi, in } I contained i in 'lie Act above I'ecitl-dfol', the j of such bond will be one third the estimated I COWDXTZOWS.I. .

_ msiitnct; l\oiti of the BI"is Padl..I, !I tory of 1''lor Ja. en the -ecwJ: \I I purpose receiving votes, for candidates: I amountf the contract.-Moreover, Ii i The work will 'be. comprised in two

Stfld :"\ ',\ d,1I :h! t l/locl..whtduc/ ziti I'tcltn.1l1a ,- :I'' J"Cl'tul'J'! n 'xi, for tiie liiiposul to represent( : the people} of this county in I that; as additional and collateral security, volumes octavo, of five: hundred p.ges
: UjvrI3sy. i I I !l.tuds! ; Jx.-t'-iii (lij,1IIat! II. to nil : I II the Me.u LtglbLi'ive: Council of this Territuty ten per centum of the avails of each cargo each on tine medium puper and with &

>i.. \\t. Hnn<,hon of Ten., wilt :Itlt'fl'; ;I! JII%: <;;blJ"" 2v"o..... I, 'Juii., ,2 ol linug/ |i i : at the: election! to be held ()Il the will he reserved and withheld, until I neat t> pe
Ht P'-it.sn<-'i-.,, fl'Clm tie! 5th to the 10li of( ,' '1'uWI1S I lip.H} ). 1. -1, '"*, I nr.n >! >; (lt)' of Au ubt! next; \'iz. : the contl'lct" shall be fully complied with II. The price to subscribers will be
,.,\/rust.' District North :>f tbr Di-sis; i {Par If I I I and (;, and iracti'.r.j! : i'l U.-c fir.t: lj"tl ict-t\ro pecinct.tt tu the BaMufactiou of the CO' missio'iers ;: two dollars volume, handsomely: boundin
1M' AU! \\ blf the Esrj.iitbia\'",I I I. tovvi hipo Nf>. 7 &; h', of Rau; .olliti's Ilvta: in Peusucola.Ai : :: und that in all dehiveriesoftiniber, a due boards, payable on delivery.

The; tul'ovme:' seCtu-ns f t tilt Act above I Toujisliips l\.,. 1. 4, r, 6, tizravcus: in tiic house of Madam I pioportiooftne! most iifficu.t parts:: of the HI. The work will be put to press, aa
7 and .rae.simial
"', id'uded' tc arc published! ) :lortJie inforn.M .Im\ 11- Seyva. frames Shah oe delivered, otherwise, it: soon as the amount or subscription saIl,
S hip : \o. S antI of :
huT; (ti'thosr- concerned.Sec j I n tl.v- (" .'l iM.-uict ; three Precincts. shall be at the option of the Commission be sufficient to justify the expert of
Tow
shii No J. and fractownships .
: ; '! T' .o. publica.tion I
.
;. 4::'[ ftcit frrihtr cycled: Tii..t ti'.atl: No. 9, Ai ;u.ttrJ n.1.i..C ; ers to witniioiu SUCH amount, in auuiuon .
the )keepers of I'Ibllc! Arcbais. (.f 1'ust 10. and J 11 I 1. Range At J012e's2z.lLfl's:; In Florida ; to the ten per cent. above mentioned; J'Prsona .holding subscription
. $ .. shall fumib'.i! (lit. At J' L Cotton's on the Kscambia. as judge i forthe pers are requested to return theui .
to they
1 :\ <: \\ C'oIt I'lorida I TOM u..hil|} No 1 ann 2. and may expedient public us .A!
?nr.'\ :Ir t-f I'libl-c) lands in Floridavi : fractional lou-n.-hips And it is:: further Ordered, That the interest, until Such deficient proportion ly as may be convenient.

rif
.5 l.-iiid, Minch shnll h.ne be.en confirnie.d.vh All situate. UK South, 'of Ihe ofRan base enumeration, are hereby)' appointed! and and it is further to be understood, tbataii Subscription. :* received at thin thi'ttcu! -.
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\ vl. !bl: .all specially ie--ignatc: ; the quantity East of the in'i i.1tn. required, to preside! at the sevcr.il pre' payments will be Krule at tl.t places _
S loc:>? .t) and connexion; ot :s :.T'I' The ToMiishijx ale to he offered to which their names are attached.. uf delivery tf JtS {t

ci'r! : .,sij v.here the: ';t. .iAiitaioli: ; tia) I, lit tier above designated.! Ite;!iiining' At Cellis.l/nel, Those who truy offer to .vjpply any partof Or Floiczrs of JLtiteru-ture
: have bein made on a hr.inl or: suref I }lo\vest number tit' S- i tion in vacI. Pablo Palmes, this timber, are further requested to

i twq pof th-. courses and distanees) CM.tained I J.nnds reserve-1 i'\ taw, for the Saml. Patterson, state particularly their own residence, the Wit and Sentiment,

in such gnt or survey and' thicintcofthc ::?r'rool.s: : or I.:;' nth:...- ln i poses, ; Micajah Crupp r.. name and residence! of their sureties to I PbR182
sur-..y or };rant ; und it sh.ti t I 5 I -xchided fiom *?*"-. At Baraucat, forward letters from such persons stating .

he the ( tit3' ot tIt: Survcjoi rf the PUO'I vI'lnd" I l Given under I11\ hand; !. at t the City Sebastian Caret, tlu-r 1liu! ;!lIf"sS to become sureties and Office of the Saturday Ev. Post 7

i I ia I'lurida tocau.se, under mcij :U' iiigton, this' twenty'g.hth d< Celestino Serra, also to forward evidence of the compe- Philadctyfitay Dec. 2, 1826.OnpHE 5
,.tluct ions aa he nui) receive (front t)t- A. I). 1S27.: L1)hi1'tiJfl1i1lg.. tency of such persons as sureties to the CASKET tr fi.TJ.'er o/ 1iter4

S: Treauin, ;)' 1>al'tm'nt. the -id cl.uins. t<.- : John (Jiiincy ( t&t At the Court Jluusc amount f">r which! they may become < 3I Sure Wit and tienumeiit, \\ ijcn !.*.

he sur\e\('cl. aid eouncctcil wii'n tiu ,. r." the Pn'siJpnt : Si'v-'j'or! Bill, bound. All offers are tu be sealed and nad an unprecedented increase of patrons .

4 Township l.es; I t'.e J public/ site.. .s.nnd I I' (iiO.:: CKAFI'.Mr ; Francisco Moreno, directed to the Commissioners of the Navy during the last six months,will after

to e ve i.!) them liuir! proper t0wn- !I ;/ ({the General J)111 'am pbehl..4t and endorsed with the foil wing the present vol. is finished, each number
I ?hip[ 'ind sect ,nal niiii.bc's agreejMy I I I It-t.: Jamet Sjiillman's, words, viz : Offers to furnish Live Oak, contain 40 octavo pages, printed well

__ ___ I to such desrriptiuis: and! hi sullnake Andrew Simpson!: under the advertisemeut of 12th March, on small handsome type, upon the finest
> se'-an-.te plots! :..id ceitilicates i of I I h\\'S\\\l\ Sale James Spiliuun, 1827." paper, stitched anti covered, and fiirmsh-i!
oneof'rdi| bhall: bt Jtiiies; Gardner. The timber is be ed the low
;ur'cuf UK *':tir, : to inspected and measured at price of Two Dollars *nd
Ttturnd 10 the ('fun o< tli:- I hcg.iler: ot J. 'WN virtue of .\ decree! of the At U.L.-Cottons, according to the rules established fifty cents per annum. The Casket is a
the I.itiul OiViC' loi thv! !)is'riot 'i\\\ \viiichhe I : Ji Court! for th(. District of West l):.\ui Williams, bv the Board, a copy of which may be collection from the choicest pieces of tho

hr.n'y! lie, atu! th? other shall belJiver I pronounced at the last May : Joab.. (jainestJiIt" obtained on application to the Navy Agent Q.tttprh", J.veninJ'- ----.. Pod.- -_. "mlrl.'_.n.. f.L'ith-- -...- -'.I I"P.-_
& S ( '.: to the. cl.iinunt: Uut it shall I I vor nf Ambnmi* -A.-. ('urn-- 'iml''0" will.. ..- ---"nlV.. .liiiA hA'h either at Pensacola, Savannah, terence to the difference which should
, foe 'lie
S his ceJtiiicute! if h.' shall! have reat-on tobil'iM S shall pell the mortgaged LoU and i M. Crupper ..die.Pensacola Baltimore,-Philadelphia, New-York Bos- and those of a monthly publication, the

that tic: lands claimed are. cthfrt ses, named in fcaicl decree, for 16th June 1827-1,6-tf. tOn, or Portsmouth, N. II. former of course enriched with essays,
' hll':" :.:i ,those! : inten led to be con hand, ui front of the Court I '- Any bid not made in conformity to this poetry, anecdotes, awl those set off by a
ii it4tI. or j if! it lial 1! :.ppear that the hiirve the City of 1'cnsac/da, on the 28th : ViiunreauBOTAMC advertisement, or that may nJt be receiv. recital of the occurrences of the week.

t )', u:,.:i r "l lik.h the ln: d h> timed: has July ne: xt, aKrt'eahly to the dimen ed within the time herein limited for receiving The latter can receive little value from,
b '"" n'.1 ..' .;ubse Itfl: '\t '. t1d'r "hidl the cuii.! vas:: con.iirmt quarter! of Lot no 1 1 fifty .. GARDEN 5-tSlst July 1827. would cease tu be interesting* before they
/rout on Atcunig street feet Nurseries, Long Island
by 80 i near New were recorded.Tne .
t rc. 12. .ln(! be itfv.'lhtrfnirtfr? !, TiuM na ..treet, and one half/ of Lot no I I -WILLIAM PIUNCE, Proprietor. JUST RECEIVED vast! quantity of matter crowded,

tl-e ii" U"> ot< elain over 1J.! ..-... tiu.u.a"; ..' I u* feet from on (iobierno street, The new Catalogues, for 1827, of this by small type and careful arrangement
five hundred ucies, 1\ inch haw been file: I deep, with all the buildings: and .hment, are just published, and AND )RAt SAL.JK: into the columns of every number of the.

.5 S with the c.*.i'u.i,=,s'o: K rs. or with the UpHUr -- temmcrs tiieixitnto belonging' 1 I I be obtained grails, from Messrs. T. the Pensacola Bookstore Saturday Evening Post, will in the

{ and IN CA it er of the Laid OlHcJir !! -. property thouid not (pay the I J. words, 99 Pearl street, and per- complete= and course of a month, furnish the most am-
U i-si .IMOIK'.J'! ncung' as Couiuib-,]' tise decree, interest and costs, I ]I at a distance, who may desire it, by general assortment of plt materials from which lo form an inter-

et 'u- :ijiuicatm j on claims: ur ..' on the :ur.e tcr.'ns, and at tht I I''I ;) a line to the proprietor to that I es!)ting periodical work such as the Casket .
c1n l's \\ hell nave been tiled with theAfl.i S and on the same day, as above I will have it instantly sent to them I QUILLSonto has been considered! by its partial

(" -n J ers {oradjudicaisng* clj'iiH: i'l me quarter of Lot no. Ill, 48 ':OJ charge.: It may aiso be obtained friends, and such as we intend, it shsp :)e.

l Lt' .. ,'51 Florida: or \.t laid,, uidcr tL\:< in Cuna street, oj 80 feel oaok, i the various agents in every section of them of very superior quality. Notwithstanding the fact, that the (,a'>k-
j>n i -. i I this :lrt, ua; } br liled "i itd"ff, }lot no. Jll. 4:1: feet front on fthe Union. This establishment which fl:: Wanted a uf et is but a collection from the coiimm
st ect, and ai- equal depth : umncccl.about the middle quantity Geese', E.gles of the
itt, of
aJMl
Kcjiis'ter )Receiver of the Land the and Swans Saturday Evening Post, we C 'nfi.
S ()ili e :01 i l.asi: l-'Hritla and uiiicli ciain.h I gether with all! the htlnldin 'sajid t century, and hah kept constantly: in- PrnsacoJa, 1st Wings;March, 1826.FARMER.. dently predict, and indeed we ar:' sanctioned .
: Jiu e not be-'ii rcj>orteil ai aiiist {hy 51.1 aai.ces thereunto D'iullgillg'. ever since, is b.Jar the: most ex- in the experience we already!
Ci n; i ibsioners) or by the! Hepi.ster ar.: commence at 10 1 o'clock A. M. I ive in the Union ; and, in addition to have, that its most numerous patrons will

S J'eceivei: shah cause the name to be anconceded \\ illiam immense acquisitions of former AMERICAN be found ar..ungthe subscribers to our

S with the Township, lines I'ftlc Mars/ml : -in,, I the new Catalogue! contains aiove I We wiiu: thai eriJ'len i of th-s. weekly .).)1):1'. A large number of tfcsc

S public I : Survt-\t. and s-iail l furnisli: tl't > Pensacob, June :25th 1S:;7-17 ;.'\J new "viirieties of fruits, never offered journal would have should understand, tnci that thf > who take ilio "Post" depend upon tbat

i urxrr ut Ihe public JjniJn in F III'!(1'2. --- >reto the puulic'l1fl not in po.sses- the kindness to wake nknowi. paper fo. tilt news (If the week-i it islaerefore
Hirii! rnj.tionas: will'I i enable linn I" NEW E5TAIiLISIlM of'flu }' other establishment in Ameri ., that lo any on' whu will pi ocurefw' real! wide; avidi y by aInioif every
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t' Ih b t nrcurutely: the :\I.: claio'son : Ih I The collection now offered to the subscribers and remit on their :.r.ember, of the family where it is received
.. .' ,;..,j. pl.-tts, juul tin lands ;iiu* cl.iiji-:; .1 lie i ) is as follows : 172 varieties of Ap.J J I account 820, we will send a fifth copy of and this general use frequent! ia-

cdji': iere r\ed in.m !':ili! ; I'nnnicit I ; 202 of Pears ; 76 of Cherries ; 139 the American Farmer without charge-or, .jures its appearance so much as almo. to

ictcrnuuon' I'C11tl1n'l' \n enao.etlirr I ; 25 of Apricots ; 84 of Peach- :any one who will procure./ re subscribers, render it unfit for the file and for !binding.
>iiivr\or.oe\jii'.ii'! : tl1' in on his lown4 Eagle ; 20 of Nectarines ; -100 of Almonds ; will be allowed to retain 5 on his re* The numbers too, by this general use,

>}J.j::j' plu's: gh.ili} itu\e L bin lumisi.ed: to of Mulberries ; 6 >f Quinces ; 16 of mitting the remaining 20. We beg also are Hot unfrequentlv lost, mutilated or

lnji: with'iJ out VC' .2' 1ftl r ihe iir.es uf the AND !>. ; 16 Currants ; 15 llaspberries ; to repeat, that all \hich' is necessary entirely destroyed, and the file thus broke

I T, u n.>l.ip, \titii I' \t tiic i utich claims may of <,;Gooseberries 20 of Strawberries ; to be done by any one, xvishing-; to subscribe en.-The Casket is calculated to prevent

liv. !h;il! I'I\' ocen run ; or, w..ere the TRAVELLERS Walnuts, Chctnuts, and Filberts: ; is to enclose! a five dollar note by this inconvenience, and to furnish, at avery
*j\ .'*:';]p lir.i > have already been lUll, THE Stthscriberjnformg 0 of Medlars, Persimmons, and Papaws ; mail, ut the risk of addretgedto the cheap price, all the useful matter

vi'.iiu. ore ) ear fiom thc pa :ag'e of this @t" lic, that he: has opened "Ci Barberries and Whortleberries Editor of the .!.Imfrican Farmer,Baltimore," for which the weekly paper would be dc
a -and
_1.L of Public! Entertainment) ; ofGapcti, comprising finest wine whether the money be received or sirable when bound.-In thus giving a
Conunnr.ications: relating to these 'Surt : house formerly occupied by U tahle Grapes cf Franee Italy, Germa not, the paper will be forwarded imme permanent form, and select association: to
"r *, o.:1fetJ tile deputies respectively I for that purpose, -fronting the Maj. )' and the Crimea, and are priced at fr..m diately, and the actual receipt of each the choice pieces of our weekly contributors

S ,.t l'I i.::'seola, post paid, will1'l'ccive proper square, whichhe has fitted in ) i' celtts to $1 eZl.ch-ther are also offer number of the volume will be guarantied it is confidently anticipated that
.
) ui'.entioii: and to enable/ the Surveyors venient manner for the reception up ll in assortments: of one dozen each, $8 by the Editor. new and successful inducements will bo

to complete, the duties ay early aspracticaMr vellers and others. His table will 1 : the first, $6 forthe second and :.& The American Farmer ia i published held out for the exercise superior talent .

it is expected that the claim- be supplied with! the best the third assortment, and they will be. I weekly, by J. S. Skinner, Postmaster of and unusual care in our literary de

nuts ill 'taCC them in possession ot the market can afford, and his bar to suitany climate from Maine Ualtimore, printed on fine paper the size partment-in addition to the recommendation -

S cudejice of title) without) delay.Robert : best of liquors. No exertion Georgia. The collection ornament ordinary newspapers, folded so as to of neatness in the general appearance
Trees, ShruU.and Plants ; make 8 pages ; about one half, or four and
'. Butler, wanting on the part of the consists of particular attention to the ty
Vurvtyur Jen. :1: Florida. to render general satisfaction to species, and of Roses 500 most pages, devoted to practical Agriculture ;' pographical execution, it is our intention
the
remainder
TM11a1tsee 6th June 18:!7-16-'it. who: may favor him with their ) varieties, including 70 of Chi to Internal Improvements. to embellish each number af the "Cask-:
---- His stables art well calculator far monthly Koses. The Green House: Rural. and. Domestic Economy selec.s- ,et" witb three handsome .
a
ser tie hor es-alld a good und-- --- consists of-more than 20,000 aions turhousekeepersand female eaderr II'UIJI r"h me uauusoi: some or me most cis-
' 1o Sole Luw, Ostler will at all tunes be at hand. and contains all the' most beauti tnd Natural History and Kura Sports.A tinguished artists of the country.

I : YJ1HE IIuuennd Lot situated Families, or Gentlemen who and interesting species:: known. minute index and title page to the With these claims to patronage, the

fr: ; ll_ 11\ thc Public Scju.ire, the can be accommodated with may New. York. March 20. whole volume is published, and forwarded "Casket" will, as has been previously
j tiPI partments with the last number of each volume mentioned, be afforded! to those who subscribe -
of GEO.
'toe late
ty Col.Vm.. -
0)1)
i Il\jslc? and A single number will be
Surger sent for
that
toany one.
the
Kin: *.-}or tt&'Ljtt apply toK TaUdiassee, Dec. 15-1--tf. \ ] who desire paper exclusively at
may to gee a specimen of the low of
S H. Nisbct.Pensar s. FARKINGTON M. D. price g2,50 per year, a subscrip-
publication. hon which it is
JjiiREE or Four Gentlemen; confidently believed, i is
Ia 5Jh April 1827.-5-ct. -I wish to retire from the bustle, I };SPECfFLTLLY informs the citizens To all Editors whu will give the above much lower than that for any other publication -
I town during the Summer Pensacola, that he has commenc one or two insertions we shall feel much of a similar character 111 tins
J > u')' Absence Capt M Crupper is au.: be accommodated with months the pi actice of his profession in this indebted,aDd will gladly reciprocate their country-but to the subscribers of "The
thor ;t'd to receive and! pass, receipts.otany -i the comfortable and may be consulted on all occa kindness Saturday Evening Po lit" Ne Caikel"
monies due me, also to make c. ". 'c the Ferry-houge, on Deer Point at the house of Mr. J. Smith, Wa- .I P. S. The American Farmer is circula- will be furnished tor S-iOO .
privilege of the '
t! itcti. for the lutttj my negroes 8.cJiyrd tJ1IIIgoVC1' with ferry-boat, I r street ; where all applications in his. ted through every .State and, Territory, ATKINSONLEXANDER.,

; C. Willis For terms apply passengers.t this office. I business, will be promptly and is written for by many of the most S Philadelphia.:

1327- 52-tf. Fcmacola and dilligently attended to. distinguished practical farpieia ia the Subscriptions to tbo CaiMX'BOOKS. rccift-,
28th 15tli
i rcngco Felt. > : MarcIj 1821- ... I i'ensacol: $Ux July 1827.-18-tf. Union, atthisQ1 .. .


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