Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: July 20, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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1 LCLil.eLii: '.\. EJ..RLY. WIT.. r. I jury I and preside during such trial f itkbr's. hereditary portion,r that he London, and-that he should accompany or play in the gilded how ; ;;; one. I ..
\l i *'-.".*L' SZtXlSLlSJLF. 3' l.i': .; '.'j:;:M r who shall receive thereforone! dollar; c'culd calculate departing hour of them. claims for her throat that it wad 1 lined J

EDITOR AVD PI'tfrRIETIJ/t; .I to be t.ikod l [taxed] and collected in his Inst guinea. As one evening hg i\' x "Tile son-in-law was confounded, with fiddle strings, hut this nnst be I .,., i
Pi the bdl of costs. was returning home from 011f' of those and '
1 began to make some excuses ai acknowledged, that: her step bespoke '
I Sec. 3. Be further enacted, That haunts of dissipation( which he habitually ,,i. bout travelling on the t first day of his energy, and be it said, only for the 1- i I
Half year 3 : if the jury shall decide against tho frequented, feeble in body m in J t[, I liapp:tress ; but the soldier m.il1tlin.It'd : : sake of truth, that she could round ofr'( i
Qnaitcrycnr 150 right of the I p'irty claiming the said: ] mind, and for the first time in his life, tint these were futile, assuring him a sentence, regardless of being called
is Subscription payable in advance.AUVKRTISISO I I property, he may take an appodi ; } I casting n firm look uponthe ruin of his ke hid !particular reasons for pro- I a }ha \i swearer. t

width: tit f one-column T.very and advertisementf incasuiing I:i from such verdict to the} Superior or i fortune, he could) not well determine ccedlig forthwith to the} capital, and I The perforating punch of the grate-, I
lot mOl t- titan twelve Imp* of this ty )f,first County court, at his election, by entering I \vhcher he slum!*! t'lllltis troubles; by th.it (lis! matrimonial: ,joys would bo as i maker never did closer work on the
)UM', ion /Sae ior.r! each weekly! cc.nfip.ujii : into bond with such security as I! drawing a trigger, or by throwing himself ;- well realized: in London as in th' i yielding tin, than did that dreadful t ;
: t' fifty t.illS ; longer nnd widf! ones at shall: be approved ofby the officer who I inio the Thames. connrv., What was to be dow I >coarge of beauty, the Small Pox, \i f J :
tc; -.rre; rate. !;ue! aild J figure j \\oik, conditioned; I "\4 hle he thus wavered betwixt I
djc!.;k- t.: \\ci- bur te! lint insertion. Aii- seized the said property, Why the journey was: immediately when it set its emphatic signature on .
vi.r.i I r.ts will b? tat fully display eil, to pay the value of the property and fire and witer, the very profound idea I unlf'takeu. Thld m :n secured, her face she was horribly crosoyed], 1
ncn'I.jJ:-, to the natnretflle n. anlvill all costs and damans, if the verdis-t: occurred! to him, not to 1 Iv viol-nt iu 'isunil n.sket;! !be.'brc: Ice eves of as well as cross-grained, hutneverlhe- 4
Iff ir.r.--nn>:< by ihaitcrof tliis !size t\jic.! of tho jury should be affirmed, nnd J hands: upon himself; but to albw hi-/I- :I JH! bude, n- v.rn, !ih;1 1 portion; of the lessh.'. was a sharp shooter. Nothing i
retted\\ IU'u i'l"cttecl at intervals;, (the) is, net inevery upon leceiviirj: such bond! it sh.tlllw |i self to be conducted] oat of the 1 ;;>vlinih bri-e( { p irily! ifi oi'lin 1 partly: in Lank! was more common than to see

Is". iH'Jtiuu)week each: illsc'rtiiuill from the first be (t.,')arivertisenN 11.;e- the duty of tlu- unicef sciz'.iuor: : such: property of poverty.by tho fair: hand *>{fl Ito) ?s, took it under his arm, and place her in full pursuit of the bounding stag t.

cit as ft nt'\\ :,(! > .-Amounts for to stay all proceedings thereon, some: wealthy hriJe.'iti1 th's consoling *; himself hy the side of the young -the hue antlers that hUl:g round f
CdteYLISlht'r' ? I)al.lle! always on t1c\ 'IlI'ld.Ill" I !tn.i deliver; the property to the person : thought he went to be.i!, n.l :already pe pe!! in lire carriage. her cabin, or upheld her trusty nun, !
LiLcta'"contractCl' will be l.IH.le'iih di1 Inn: u the galll{'. in ais nocturnal( vision., he rapid 'TheroAd: r.ta through a forest, gave proof of h' r >kin in gunnery ; &
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T who Comrr.-'iii'wish to! vtions advertise directed by the year.u to .W. Sec. 4 lie it further enacted, Tint I } racers (Hew, the fair tail Is' f frisked. ; :aril scarcely: had they fairly enteredit. the white comb drained of its honey,

'a Hfikpll Hunt, Pus;: Master.: I'eu"acda, will it shall be tlm duiy; of the ministerial around him, both of wh'di, he was I when twc I ho1'S':mell! darted out and bung up for orn iment, testified t.
be duly attended! to. officer, sheriff or other officer, to re- happy: in thinking he miijlit i m ilnta'nin ; f-jin, the brns'i-wooJ: with masks up- ner powi-rs in bee-finding: She was it !
---- -,-. -'-. ---w./. urn: the! sa ill bond and the finding of future, by i-jc dowry of hs: wife. .u ,heir flees, and stopped the car- rmiurkahle for her-frequnat robberies: c, !

r.Fb 1:1. O. -jL9Rcn.. : .- the' said jury i together with! a copy ofif. I HOn the following morning he re- rH;(!. Ono of the persons watched 0.. these p.Itte"ns of industry, and ;
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An art for tl-en-hef of F';.-e Owanien! No. one I <, .xr-ciiiion diul the property levied I ili-cted anew upon his pi in, and! found/ he po:tiHi m with a presented pistol: piqued herself on the invention of an .
and two in the! Ciy of i'etsncola.Be : UJt':.}, 10 the clek of wile court where it unexceptionable! in every point, except J. wh'.lt tape Otllr'T.!,pprmch-xl: 1114 coach j..i..lli:>lo bah: for their discnn'r... 1.i 1.t
it enacted ,oy the' ttucernnr and ,lIe appeal may he Mk,:n, .nd it shall, I Ill the very sliejin! clioi'i'--; ; ..t' o: tviudi'W, un.i saidVe are ;advtnturen .\ -illy can testify to her magical art J '
Lr.:islirtive Council'of the Territory he, his duty to docket tae: name for trial not kjiowinir! when or ivhere he wso ,, and request you to give u$ up ;hc Jill mazes of cookery, bein r ablo t
of i'lorida, That the persons composing on tlm second day of the next succeeding ; find the rich heiress he wanted.; In insf.ip.'ly! 1 ihe portion of. the bride: !' !to get up a 1 pumpkin 1 ; into a.s m'my .
the fire companies, number one : : termyh n thd: : S lmo shall be Lamll.here111! : iln? woll regarded : "The C'donel; ) and his: soil-in 1 llw f t.>rms: as thore are days in the wet k.
and two, in the City ofPensncofo, he, tried and deu! 'rmincd; unless tho court him as a s) eudth.. if', it was 110.I swore :;aii) ranted, hut therobbor, coolly sh,? was extensively known and em- I
and they are, hereby exempted from for( uood cans (:ton; ,IU:' the same. one to I bo thou I !lt 01; he six?, that insisted,: upon his (lem U1IL After /.jyed: far hor profound knowledge in
nil militia}; musters and) drills in tillCof Sec. 5. Ik further enacted, Thatffuponlhetri.il : 1 fw.tlie! fu.'ure! he musi thro-.v h.s: nets some: pirly5n; : however. the horse- :he nvinagfment of all ailments, and

peace : Provided however, that the 1 of the a}}ileIl} ; theptrty out c.lsewlioro. !:ll"'t bent toward theoung man, and vielted -!he palm to no one, in the va-
said; exemption chalk; not rxtend to tluunmshe: property slrill MICceed **After lunch cogitation ;and search-! avllis1)t ul1 ;in; her!: That you may I I r.t.yand rarity of her medicaments. .
such persons as !shall: } be appointed in establishing his right to the in_:, he at lasr hit upon an old, rich see we are moj't reason -iclj men, woleave l Her'skill and knowledge took wider

commissioned; ] officers of the militia, same, he sll11 recover all It'g.d costs Cumd: liv.n, upon his: own estate, l : you the choke! of two things-- md more profitable range, for it is a ,
and prou.'t'd; also that the provisions of the phintiff :in the suit for whose abosil! iwt'iity in les from thu c.tii tai, ;tiv(' us either thv3 1 bride or her portion well known fact that she held a tract
of this act sb-.ll I not extend to exempt benefit the property!" taken, and who fji-ainately: had no ;at-qnainiancc: ; for Ct llail1 reasons: it is qaueiinmaicrhtl 1 j of land by the safe tenure of a first .
iire than forty }persons; jn each com have execution! for l.-e sime. in I Lou-ion, :and: was the Hither I : of au ; l to us, and moreover, no I survey, which was made on the Sabnith -

pony.Pa Sec. (i. Be it (t1tliltiictul! That oiy d.!iu':;liter. one :,h.Jll i ever ku-nvyour Jc ';siQIl.' hatchet in hand But she was :
e:1 1 37th 13'17.Jai.nary .
:! Jamnry H i"c'ed.,J:1111l.7.1" :'nth,13":. if the }person or prisons claimii-i: : the "'I lit') tu! ; honse of this gr'.ulrm.m, "" 1P bridegroo.n. did not think most remarkable for hsr military ffats.
2M! ,'1.TJ7; Kcrjiifrulcrccl and passed said property shall fail; l to est'dbiah! his, by means of a t f/iend: to whom; he !long :aiout the milter, for he wiiispered She possessed high toned) ideas of liberty -
try:: the m'juMte ill:JAn -:l'i'y. 1| her or their right to the saute :iu 1 it i p.! omised h df calf- boo'y, iid il'H' him- 'Take the bride !P 'Brother,' ; not even the marriage knot

etatodrlerliue.taurnmIu'; n itionoftheofiiirers shall be decided) to be liable to the ; s introduced and n'l'pr.d.; The cried the robber to his accomplice could: restrain her on that subject ; like '.
of the Leyifilative! Council!, and for other
pu p'': s. ; t said] execution, the court sh.:ll order i>. d.nijjhier of the Colonel( : l w,;i an avkvard we shall take the bride.} the wife of Bath" she n'''':ved over
lie it enacted lif the Governor andLegislative I execution immediately to issuo ;for; the \ :, country girl, w th; / &)Uehubhy "In the twinkling; of an eye, the her tongue-scourged husband,
Council vf the. Territory i I i\ value of such property, as Siil;; ctrl in' checks, like: Ileniien's( / cheiuiiin, and soldier seized his gentle son-in-Kiw The} reins ot .tbsoiuie: com -'and, t
uf J'lvrila, That the following sums i the appeal !bond, logether wiih ro.sts 1 looking' partictdarly odd I l in (he h.lIldH."WIl by the neck, shook him violently, and With all the government of houso f.
b:' allowed to the clerks and other I and five per cent. danr.gJ's, wdln1IY :. i : attire: of ltcr sJaed: ; mollier: excl limed l with; a thundering voice, and land, i

officers of the Leg'flativo: Council, as .i, be levied upon any property Lt which did not at all fit her, ;ann! w.is tilt v'sllian so my conjecture v.-is: And empire o'er his tongue and C
a comuvnsation:;:; for their services, viz : lone: Y:1)g:: to the 1 pei oii or pero.uu taking of: ciurs: ,of the most fa.-inonablo! cai.Hi not unfunded, that you cared nj t j'er h'.j: hand." '
Tu' (gorge E. Tingle chief del, : the appeal. 1 1I .r Ul.In! : !, too, was: .IS attractiveiior : as t for my daughter, but for her fortun4.ilc7ivcn The: clouds! of war gathered! and .' 1
th h) '}: !hundred', (loJhrs.'I I I i'I' Sec. 7. And he if further enacted, i :utio. :Slio -uiii.l: oilv" talk: bir praised- CJUI: ai.my .: 'jurscvhn a ft-MIiiJI explosion in thus
'o A. S. The 1 ton, for printing i' That whttl lIe jury cannot reo tip'| oi'htMHand! : geese ; and wlu-u ny o- money are not) yet irrevocably: ii, 3thP.; 'Nancy's spirit rose with tho :
': 'j' so.tho Council, fcleven l hundred I i on a verdict, when summoned; as :a- tlier! topic i.-sme! .}.;ove bo !ir.! !, :iuvversitoi'i 011- vour clutches Know: then, knave the :emp::t ; she declared and proved
'. .':-y-tu'ce! dollars unit forty-one' f-r.e.said, it slrdl: he the duty of the ::;: \tS: }limsied; to ,i ',\i," -, ,Y:,,' .I, .:uu who married: you: w.is no +'ICrgy- herself a friend to her country, ready
sliM-iiV; il the 1 plaiiuuTrequire it, to sell or a 4nV no ;' .till beyeirl l.i.j s-iem- I man, but he was a brother soldier in 44 to do or die." All accused of .
.I Jmws nl1th' c:, Enrolling ??nil the said property .Provided. lh.it tlw ed to her sinful."This 1 priest's attire ; :'nd} these gealtmclJ: whigism iud to hide or swing-'ho .
I' ..iii clc' huiuLed! fif.... bond with sufficient ; woollen ;In.lee- re'no : but friends who hly-livercd lIr.II irt
:; 'o:- ,'' A, two ) pl.iiniiffexecute : ( puppe'w! ; : i < highw.iymc-n, was: not the last
ih i, dolhr, nnd l went-tivp cept. I;|;i :socuriiy: cl condiiioncd to p.!)' :dl damaes ;miiiiuv: contrast u, the spr'.!!fitly I U- ;>% ': have done me the service of prov e;: :,J"seek safety in tho canebiv.ko with ,fl
'"i () C. SIll!lJ, Enrolhnc: : und! : ;and cos s which the sheriff m.iv ;and lively aymplis: with wi.oni tie! yon. SLiiv, Then, you h. \'e laid open; his! neighbors : they kept un a prowling 1 t
clerk I'mi'lred Ell-I incur in of such Cnton had hind whol-j vileness;! shall have : skulking kind of life ;
jri. tj-i one consequence. making: ;young : i'hs !peno.i, your we nc. occas >ajly -
do'i] ;nrt M.xiv: eit'iit; ccnis I sal'. I been toying ; but he c ;.rei'.iilv, confined inure connexion. I shall return houi' sallying forsh: in a kind; ofpredarorysiyle.
'ht pr.Ul I'I (.. Fit Approved January x'Oth 13J7.( I to the solitude of his bj.son with md and The Tories at length .
) f .lfWil, yrossindr o-cI : In} daughter : my money, ter r.
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ni'i iJmoll: Jerk -- --. --- heaven London the mined to heat the brake
nj[ one bundled the disagreeable fet.li.i1of this: you way go to JT to t for them.
t't I-fIve (} :.1.1fS and tWCf1I-IJ\C r. ...U, .-,"tl'... 'r.k.","..:!!P...!.i. ,iDt; ....,\IS. ,.'if'...2..:'.....,.....,.... I and! earth) distant di1rurel\'IJ. Hi,. I:I.]Vl.' They, however, concluded:: to !':vo
ccirs.ri -- --- ------ -""" --= tl.:'term; tongue called the cirl's sillnrsj '- "With these words:: he transplanted M.S. II art a cull, and in true sol l HernuiiKT ,

)i o Driiiir-l: D.; Douglas: Engro'ss'ngand fA. 'ft-j. 'f' .'1' }; .J-1 I celestial 1 inncu'ice, ..uti IWI'I're : the Hston-shtvl; hriilegroom with a kirk ordered a repast.: Nancy
} .h1oil u clerk, iifieen dollars '' ." ;. J- : t''.1."J1j"'Jr ';(...41 .,.. / swollen c.beeks he: likened Ki tilt ; from :the c.irruge: to the road: and OJ-; --j'; ,n hid! Tim necessary materials fora
an:: jliTtyfivccnss.! -:Ul!p 1 ,:j --t..... ..,-r fuH4; iloWll damask: rlsh'. Tie end of ,je'-ed the post:!lion to: 'turn ;tab )Ut. good feast spread before( them ; the1wkin6 .

; To D'snh-1:: 1 C. Ilirt, Sergeant at [I "!.ifi1_?..'.,. 'i1lIV..U'i'h...t.J., .. the song! was, he turned to iie; fttiier, The ou.l..w trudge i back to London, \! venison, the htst; : tyhi cake, '
Arms) PIt' llun,:red and fifty (]ll.irs.. ...-,/W'' -;' .po..k' ,&;I< > and sued warmly for h'u: (daughter and had, while upon the road, the and the fresh honeycomb: were su'f. ,
To A.V.. Crews, door keeper, out $ %?-&: *& I }hand. fare; anal! best opportunity of determining dent to !provoke the appetite of a gorg.e,1 l
I hutvin-d and] fifty dolUis. i I "The colonel, during! his sixty whether he should! nov/ use a epicuro Th e y :ifINlt'1'h: .Jy I,
To Hector! \\7. Bradcn, for one do- 1-'rnm. ,Knar's, Poems."THNNA I 'ears' career thiun-fh ;he; world, h.id l loih'cwd pistol), or throw himself into a river.> stacked t eir arias and seated themselves l
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2cn chairs, and four pairs of shovel FORJCT." ibis musii knowledge: of [f'rard/te: Yarkville (S. C.) Pion:er.] when, quick as thougnt, the t
and! {tow er5"hiv-fi w, dulbr; ;;. AIR- fJ'j'jidam at first was crt'>lted. mankind; thai However sidy; the .youivj: Nancy Hart.- This old f fashioned dauntless: iNancy seized one of ho i
Here un thy fiugcr titi;rio, love
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To George E. Tingle, for making And put, when thou art fir o'er the{ sea,; 11llulnd ma ked hun: -.elf he could matron, ef Amazonian strength and guns, cocked it, and with a hi 'zng
thn: copies:: of the 1 1-sws! p ::!sod at the Pcraapatd thy mill it will:! bring; iovr, I uc'erthclesjdlscOVCi' the fortuun hunter habits! occupied such a conspicuousstation oath declared she would blow oat the '
'on dolhrs.T.Tjjjii Sonic thoughi 1 --some rcr.'t'mlr ucc--ofine: iircm ii tb-i diiuise.:1l the tried brains of the first mortal that ofibred J4I .?
si: of 12). two hundred Our moujeute of rapture anal blips, lore, I peep-ng ; ,: during times that t*
: : \\ Levinus! for m"kugPrj. Tie: hauuttf where! so oil we ha\cnct, : fiat, therefoie, ne tlioaght of peremptorily men's souls, and women's too, that it to rise: or to taste a"mouthful. They s
'1"IIt''Ie tc'ii-g, ; :i'l 11'1!last uartin,; kiss, I love, him all knew her character too.well
Lc i i-- fusmg 10 .
itlem'sscaTidiug: ; for the :: permission to woo i is; thought expedient; to take a passingnotice
It tell 1 lH.tO: "duma frget: !I" :I '
lathe rouiii; and seats; for the lobby. Iti.sd.ui;!!hie.1' ; but on the other hand: of so 1113 of her most prominentactions imagine: that she would fay one thing
f?.:y-wo doll>'.;'s. We might look ui yonder! fair; iimon, love, he thought/ 'The youth is fashionable, ; particularly: the old revolutionary \.- and do another especially lilt lay on
Oft cared on h: us with rl'lj ht'I ., and perhaps I be is and the side of Satm.H Go," said she to
Sfr.2. stock
.1.c further enacted Thai 'I Anil think of eicli: other a'IIIH; may ) nearly gone, 1
the Cave: nor of this: Territory be 'I J\t ClUC sacr((,l hour pl'n't' ; : Hr, as yet, betrays no anxiety "about: their deeds, lke: the white: sails of the one of her sons, "and tell the wh) :rS'i. "(
liiid }he is }htTfcby author! ed, to cause liuu ala ere sl.e'd nsi tll lliy view, love, ilio I portion ; and tcbyshould the girl, vessel disappearing: in the midst of the that I have taken six damn'd Tories. \\t t

to be audited, the accounts for stationary '}'ilea 7'1))1)0. .o"v, h'C!!' !ihit tlq; :? ,to\en l011J nirc WMtlil true be,set 1.IVP, who is marriageable! remain! longer ocean become more indistinct! untilthey They sat still, each expecting to be "
and other contingent expenses, ;Incurred On tiiy: iub'cr: -:and "diima lorgct!'" at home ? His request si!;.dl be granted arc lost, or will ho so distortedby : offered up, with doggedly mean coun* I
for the use of the LegislativeCouncil. -but his apparent disinterestedness : tradition, that credulity might ;en! traces, bearing the marks of disc E'*
Thou marst: meet f.r s morR fair, IAn love,
:! charms more attractive than mine t shall stand a decisive trial.' pause at their recital! : the following pointed! revenge, shame, & unappeased '
, Ann-GvcJ! Januar20ih 12:!:. Be moved by a more winning: air, love, Ile suitor was.then informed, 1 particulars} arc based on incontrovert- hunger. Whether the incongruity ; ;
Au act re-justing; the trial ot'the right of Tropcrty. But Or, phon fitriK'k:a's hy\: thou tl;hurc a brighter more line eye; ace, love, that the futhur had no objections to ible facts.: Nancy Hart and her hus- between Nancy's eyes cause:! each: 4 ,
Or rill';!e1J> of more glossy jet, the II] Itch, provided his daughter band settled-before, the revolutionary to imagine himself her immediate object
R( it enacted hy the Governor and Letiif Mill tll}'talisl/l.lllt be, love, would rie her consent ; and she struggle a few miles above the ford of .. or.whether her commanding; atti-
Legislative' Council of the Territoryof Look o.i it, and+ "dinna forget!I" poor thing, replied], in duty bound- I Broad River, known by the name of rude, stern and ferocious fixture of

fVoriVVi, Tint whenever the miuisicrinl A nil 1, oh! when thou writrstto me, love My father's: -vill i3 mine.+Indeed, the :); Isl> : ulcer of any court, sheriff or The seain4! impress* with! tine ri.g could; any thing else be expected? Georgiain the bend of the river, neara 1 powerful idea of their unsoldier-like
ther And thai a swee earnest will! he, !Sore, :
(" o.lrer: hy virtue: of any execu- To wiiich, with :i.nid hope 1 wi.l ciing, In the course of a few weeks the very extensive canebrake--ail apple conduct unnerved them, or the certainty -
t.on. I, dec.ee or order of court, levy Tlnttliou U) thy \'ows11; bo true, lovo; marriage: ceremony was performed at orchard still remains: to point out of deaths it is not easy to deter

upon :uiv proper, real or personal i, -One Tit p\rtiIlJ a uai,pines nibr* and any persoiother than: the defcnd- This uncut I'll! never forget he instantly made his soniilawac9'aainted powers of its planters: : dealt with according to, the rules of "
ant in !i::" execution set up a claim to ----. ... ,-- -- .. -- with his: wife's portion,whichin In altitude Mrs. Hart was almost the times. This heroine lived to see
the same, it shall be the duiy of thead ?. 'l-a: 1f'I'"I ..7' J.'S German her country free ; sue however, found
V:"' '':' ia..u ; money might amount to Patagonian, end remarkably well
s :: ministerial: sheriff other -=-=- ===---:.-:::=..==; and bees and
thirty: thousand dollars. The dissembler limbed and muscular-in a word, she game decreasing; the
oHirc:, to summon a jury possessing' The Bridegroom's Probation.A acted as if he wished to know was "lofty and sour;" she possessed country becoming old so fast, that she i

the surne qtial'ications: and liable to Talc from the German, illustrating nothing about the matter, and solemnly none of that, nobility of nerve which sold out her possessions, in spito of ,
the same exceptions( as jurors in the the mode in which' German vowed that he had not yet thoughton characterizes modern times ; markedby die remonstrances of her husband, \

superior court, who shall proceed totry writer treat English subjects. such things, hut had regarded only nature. with prominent features, and was amongst the first of the pion
and determine the ri-ht of pro- "The. Bridegroom's Probation" the noble qualities of his charming wife circumstances and accident added eers who paved the way to tho wilds ;
lerty.Scc.. may: be. more amusing to our readers, whose pure self was dearer to him Perhaps not a little to her peculiarities; of the west. ..

2. Be it further enacted, That as showing how a German writei then all the treasures of the world. she ,possessed none those graces of A Good one.-Doctor Hoadley ,
shall be the duty of the officer summoning manages a plot, and describes the Upon this they -at.doan to table, motion which a poetical ,eve mightsee Ashe, (lately dead,) was a nephewof
; the jury, to try the properly manners in England."A and the father in-law urged'and beg- in the heave of the oceS's wave, Doctor Hoadley who wrote the
;..s aforesaid, to give to both the par- young Englishman: from gaming -, ged that they would make as,much or the change of the summer's cloud ;1 1i Suspicions Husband..I had the plea.
*'irs notice of the time and place of } love affairs, and other\such gold; I haste as possible, as' it waslEisinter i nor did.her'checks (I will not speak I sure of sitting; : next to Dr. Ashe at din-

u'tnal, and also to procure some'l' scattering enjoyments, bad .so nearly y I tion. that the young married people> 'i 10t her noe) exhibit 'tiiose rosy tints : uertwhenhe begana story with-"As. _
; v fl]P peace ta swear the said-< reached the dregs of his gr eat- rand-. J should set off that very afternoon for |that.dwoll on-the (h&eventogi I eleven of nay daughters and I were '


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I *1' abu es on subject vas spoken of, aDi'' was ttdmirte d men. These pnrtics to n certain \
Cora BAIKBRI&GE and Mounts woirio 10to tlire mat n ; to prenst then due the Territory could be extent
<, ro sin Pkc.1Jl1y'u'Elc\ocn i ; the neutral 4ha. 1 if the money stimulAte enquiry induce
either side, ad to protect collected and pajd into the Treastuy, there invest
) doctor 1" I rather rudely resigntheir situations as -
daughters, ratter of the Luted States. to all the debts then gation and contribute to the collection
intcrrupied ")ti*, Sir,** rejoined I ho the former to take command at If this be ilnea, Com.Ride.t! the pioip-' Go- due would and be leave enougb a balance pay sufficient to sup of a mass of information on the sub.

I Doctor, "I haw nineteen daughters the Philadelphia and the' latter of tbe 'titude on thi >ccasion shows the that performance port the Government, for the. 'present yearat ject of stattsticks, government

J all living ; ntyer had a son ; and ofthcservici to
I Mr Ashe, mYpt lf,& nineteen female that Com. RODGF.RS, upon his return, zealous office. lithe Spanish forces attack ''people; in the hands 9789-10 of one besides person other it appeared debts- this age of inventions, has received j in
oneandtwenty would be offered die Washington station. ofa fnendlypower there was .f
Athc squadron
down the
plants sit I within our limits will be due from the collectors of taxes, and the greater accessions of knowledge
dinner day Sir I am .-/r/rm. ,.enjoins our hospitality, it
to etcry and it, by strongest assurances were D1ftdel'y the parties improvement, than any other speculative
smothered with pclticoats !" rrival of the c.yanr.The U. S. our force duty iTnecefrY.to nterpose!:-If, on the other hand interested, that the whole amount wouldbe science, in any one half -

i Ship Cyant from a cruise of eighteen paid in a short time; their assurancesI century
from: /At AVu York Conrirr. the Mexican forces abuse that hospitality within our recollection in tho
4 S. months, on the coast-of Brazil, arrived of the neutrality! I induced tbe Council. to refiuin. from impos-_ __. annalsof
Kentucky M'onrcrs.-Doctor a I hv .man....... r. omroneruse I ? *' L Such
-I e taxes the ,people, most oi wnomw history. parties: to a certain
i in the Delaware eveninglast it will.be the duty of Com.llidgt'l ing upon
on Friday of Ports
the U S.'Army travellingin our bear such a beneficial
Surgeon iiieifoic, and prevent a departure ere new settlers and unable, to extent lire they dcvrlope
Kentucky, stopped} at country tavern bound to Philadelphia-ail wellon on}our to prt 'liom that. neutrality, winch l burden ; it was believed to be better and easier -I the faculties and talents of our politicians

and called for a g1si'ofgin: tod- board*-Idem June 19. hu hereIo1obCC ihe Ark) of.ur political : for the people that the money already shorkt and the resources of our common
for the ofthe Territory
collected use
dy. There was sitting--in the -barroom Jme CoirrmodorcBAINBIUDOE safety. Tbes
IVash ingtotf; 22.- country. are as
understand tbrr, by tiff sentence of I be expended, before new taxes were r- necessary
a'tall, fierce, and savage looking having resigned his up- the We tinval.Court Martial recently held in sorted to ; the belt means, in the power to the vigor of the mind as the animal

fellow, with P. huge pair of whiskers. ''puintment as President of the Uonrd this City, Lieut. Jao :s E. I,.-gar -os dismissed of the Council were taken to secure the ( stimuli to the body. Geographical
The toddy w of Nnvy Commissioners, leave die from the, U. Slates .Mnvy, and parties on the contrary are
lord was in the act of 'lu ruling it to, the sentence has been approved by the Treasurer by ft law entitled an act aitrthorising It.
command be
takr hostile
S City morning, to the Territorial Treasurer institute knowledged to to thrt integrity
Doctor S. the whiskered prntlefnan : at the Navy Yard at l'hilat]('i-ihia. President.TheSlst actions against all penons indebted of the Union, to suiko at tin* root
: aiose from his sent, touk the glass: ,i He carries with him the warm eiteem Anniversary American Independence to the Territory was empowered and of our confederacy-what arc the evi..
I from him and nodding his head totho jtraveller j Webbvilh* it was made his duty to proceed immediately -
t I and unfeigned respect of a-largesircle: l wall crlebratcd at dences of their existence If
said, ":?\1.v snrvice to "-oa.'* : friends Jackson Count% Floiida i en Wednesday against all defaulters ; why theTreanrer i is those
I of !! in thisXJity.Xorffilk Iu this duty I nra none, who have endeavored
and drank off t11C tr1dtlv, without on etnk'r.g Jin July, by a numerous assemblage ofthe not discharged
from .his The Junc 26.-The U. S ship: Citizens. I unable say. If I am crlcctt'd.I shall endeavor to circuhte such an impression, deserve .
the class lip*
NatrlKzno.. DUDD .Esq. Commander The Declaration of Independence was to have ,a strict enquiry into ihe I the execration duo t,} those who
Doctor surveyed the man; of whiskers, I rend by UENJIMIX W. CtfMiii.xo Ksq. and subject, and if possible remedy !the evil. throw fire bran ,
arrows .iml
t and judging from his c1illH':;*:on that 1 was: stnrday put in com- an Oiiition deliveitd by WJL. P. llonr, M. Upon tie-subject of the public defalcations -. : death"ito
I mis ion. Tho starred and sriped I shall deem it duty tn : it a community for : : :." It
it TVnot' be good policy to quarrel} : l 1 :> D. The company afterwards sat down to a an imperious -po i it
: the .tlront and bimting[ was hoisted to the mizen eak, I dinner furnuhed by 1'hos. Ciofl" Esq. Cul. have a !strict scrutiny into the abuses which asserted: that the pro (':it administration :

wt1! :m, }pocketed : I and the pennant to thc mast head the I Joseph lluss presiding and E. %J. Uowei have ci 'pt into the administration of our are unfriendly lo the South, and
ordered asi'cotultrlnss: ; the toJ.-ly tvas I I Vice-President. Territorial nUairs, and endeavor to lay before -
Esq. acting as that
I prep.'ied, aud 'dp-in; !! the Kc-ntuck- band playing the Siarspaiglcd The follow ing toasts: were,drank. the people nt an rail) day, a full! and oar Delogite "duns no: abuse, and

inn took the glass\ i'toni' the hid; of the I' 1J a1t tt r." 1. 'Hit day we eeltbrutt. complete ? p\lie' of the financial con- curso thorn l.ki a Drab or scultou"!
kerns I of the whoso IIi !' er -' .. hcln is fivor oflw
I and cheer Territory, by money administration
landlord and raised it to his lips. We niiderstandthat Dr. ToJsonhas ( ,
1 ,2. Our Country. .1 gun acd cheers. I i owing to the Tt'rntor.And. the reason* atii.tper
I he in the of swallow- been to take ot t ] conseqiienceagainst our Sou-
When act
was appointed clungj j 3. The Cututiiution ofthe Untied tuttl'1 why measures have not already been taken i hern interests the
lug its content*, the Doctor drew his i[, the recaptured Africans, about tosail i I\ -Uninterruvtf>dm, y it ever exist nut i I to obtKin the payment of it. 1 shall be mode of ratiocination; by :same mfollibta

(!irk and passed J it through tiie cheeks ;': for Monrovia (Liberia) vice"Dr. flea- i political storms which agitate the republic. I I most anxious adopt any measures which I by which thu
of the drinker .I \ Irt.NAVT 1 gun end! cheers. I w.facilitate the collection of the money acute school boy, persuaded his gOJd
find) between the jaws co who died at Savannah.-. at. i
4. The memory .of GL011GE WASH-' already due, and by a plain statement of natured parcns that two ducks
to his great consternation and alarm.1 'DEPARTMENT, ITO! 1 rno. facts let the people know by whom they equal to three of thu were

lie 'Jror ped the glas; ?, and instantly June 25th, 1827.: 5. Tht irparttd Jltroa of tht Jtevotufilir h ave been injured. Tl'e affair of the Tcrr fowls. same identical

lied,exclaiming,"I'm killed, I'm mur- The President of the United Stat ,-Tliry sleep with the dead, but life iory, now require plain dealing, our credit
i iii'the hcans abroad and our respectability 'Ht home, present administration
He had left the house their-couDtrymtn. com
d( f(>d. no sooner h the Genenl *
approved following I gun and cheers. are alike suffering, by the imbecility and I menccd it* career by
than the landlord, with a smiling countenance Regulations! : of th e to whom have recommending
0. Ti cltlra.tiollOf jM ErKKUEKCE.- m mwiaanagement &)>
an extension of the !laws
exhibiting symtums of grot 1. Nu pcrson'Wlt Js'I loss than 'fourteen A pl'uuJIllollun&cm-trulh is itt. bnse-its been entrusted the interests of the country, granting r&-

delight,ath.ante towards his romam- years old will bo appointed a *iipert tfiicture i is reaion and the icinunblc and a full and free examination into every' h lief to purchasers of Public lands

ing eucst, and shaking him cordially principles of ju'!..ice. -1 gun and c.'ieers. part of Ihe government of thir Territory, i; which 'was destgued to benefit the}
7. bln'.i J.ights-Thcir presenation isle absolutely requhed. ., Southern and 'Western Status
try the hand exclaimed. "A real old exclusivey -.
2. Midshipmen cf the age of twenty! I t sat-ty; of the Republic-their dt'8ttuctiou Recognising in its -fullest extent, fbi and which does
Kentuck, by the powers You are years, who have been five years III I is the end of the Union. right of every individual to demand.of those exclusively

t the best friend I have met with for service, and performed active duty! ai I Ieafor I J gun and ch crs" who are candidates for public confidence aA benefit them.

many a long year. The fellow you shave three year*, will he entitled 10 t 8. Tic MUSI of Freedom.May it prove ee ex position ofthe course they intend to Tho members composing tho administration -
omnipotent. I trun and cheers. pursue in regard to any measures which are the friends
the of
just puked was the bully of I Internal
be examined for If found .
promotion. I V, l-'clitiral Fvrbcaranct.-i he more to may foine before them; I hope the explanations
4 ('ount'and a terror to all travelers.He qualified, they will be ranked a be priced because so seldom practised, uiny I have offered, will he deemed eats Improvement, which the Southern

1 has nearly) Tttinod me by taking "Passed '?I'liSmpmeu., } '* Iht' cinzeis of thih Republic ever be distinguished factory. D. C. PINKilAM.To andVcstcru States are mure deeply

iiis&eat in my bar room regularly ev- :3. 1'hose"ho have been twice examined for the eLeItIbeQfthL \'irtl1e.I PETKTI ALFA, E&q. i interested than any other portion uf

I I ry day, and -fnsuhrnC': ;IS lie did you, and rejected or have twicc gun and cheers. SIR-You are again before'the-public as'a this Uoion. -
who' enters doors. ; 10. FLORIDA.-May she ire log he admitted candidate lor re-election to the Legislative The President :'is ,the zealous ad.o.catc .
: every stranger my ; received notito to attend an examination as u Soveicign) I Independent State,, Council. It isnot.my object, Sir, to comment -
Did you not observe his -long nails \ ami huvc 'declined, will be dis j into the Auiciican confederacy. upon the co'urse which you pursued in, of the Florida Canal; and docs

,4 Hehas gouged more than fifty men missed.( 1 gun and cheers the last Council ; but, as certain important not 'hesitate to speak of it in terms of

in Jus-time, and I expected every morn 4. Passed Midshipmen will receive 11. The Prcsidint of the United Mates. questions, will. or ought te, come'bofore the decided commendation. lIe has been
1 gun next: Council-I feel myself' liberty..(as a heard
wit to see him take out one of your Warrants such--will take rank of to pronounce it the most prom'unent
as li!. Churlts Carroll.-The last survivor what views
voter) to inquire are
eyes.The( Doctor had but one,) I all other Midshipmen, and receive the of the! immortal bend of Patriots who sign- those subjects. It has been your confidently upon Hud public work that has been susgestcd .

think ye-i have given him such a doe pay of twenty-five dollars per month :1.: the Declaration Independence. publicly 1 asserted that Territorial Treasury L- in tho United States, His

. that; ht w'il l not trouble my house a- and two rations! day. 1 gun amichcers. has been defrauded to a large amount friends, Mr. Webster aud 3Ir.: Everett

t gnin. Now my good friend, if you SAMUEL per L. 13. The Prest.- 'its purity,the} palladium by the Ex-Secretary : if this be the fact, the l leaders: of this Northern} .

I will l with .shall fee .... SOUTHARD.- .... _ of our liberty, the guardian of our and the present Treasurer bus failed to who like: tho Northern p trty,
t :st iy a year me, you =-'--; :- -- --- rights ; corrupted, the bane of our govein- take the means for restoring Ihe ( hives of Eu-
I \ a& welcome as milk punch in harvest I ;L441; ;4J lt:eDt, the enemy'of virtue. Territory to its ri.hts-if! the Governor has tope, are to destroy us in the South)

I. time, and both you and your horse, 7. 1 gun and -cheers.Volunteer winked at the whole transaction-what J6tsk have, in Congress, openly advocatedour

shall be lpd( upon the best and no ;u Toa to. you, is to be done-by the next-Council Cau llVh ch, if accomplished

The the Prcsidt.nl.AsnRKw Will von pledge yourself to make the ue-
barge, d'ye see. traveller fly will tend more to destroy those sectional -
..IACXSOYNot for his cessury investigation into this seemingly
hanked him for his
politely civility, fc.hings r.nd djjtinctions
transaction geographical
. e services but for his devoted patriotism, bis swindling- -
but being under order, and not knowing unshaken ihmnccs and solid jndgeiuenl, Your election, .Sir, depends upon 'our.ie- tlian any measure that has.

U'l&t! measures thewlmkvicd" man may the people ofthi, lepubhc elevate him clailnj jrour eniiniCTita upon thin bubjert- ever been proposed.; The Secrelaiy

might adopt to revenge the injury he to the presidential chair. it is not fcutlicieut that: you say you will act ofT ur is also; a wnrm friend to this .
had received whenlie should discover ; 1 gun and cheers. independently! -that you will tin your duty
5 By the VicePresident.OUH -this in) the cant of every demagogue ;- measure and has dispatched bis able't/ :
I that he was not actually "killed! !, 1'Rtsi.NT CutEr; l\hr.uTp.\T&-The you are considered as the personal fi iend of Engineers to make the survey, with

took a glass of toddy, tendered by the wise Statesman-the profound 'scholar- the S'cretarv-unJ it is believed that ifnot as much alacrity, ns Mr. Calhoun did

landlord, and took his I leave, not the devout chiistian-the pride of lii sOiflythe under a positive pk-dge to use jour exortioni : the "Engineers: the Chesapeake

;; without the most pressing invitation :: Ylun.Jl1Y ( admiration "the world. to prevent an iuvcstigI4tiIu-you wit! survey
20th. 1827. iintl Ohio Canal when he
Doctor Hurt. endeavor to whit -wRiih his conduct, so as etpocted -
from his host make his -- -- By .
; grateful to vFnt J'LORIUJ.May her citizens ever be distinguished a- to prevent that odium, which (if fact* are the votes of those State inhs: :

it house his home whenever he should sans, peur.UII.LIAM for knowledge, value aud ret I.giou. ns stated) must necessarily! follow a public !favor, :fortfio Presidency.
I be ;in that of the --J---- -= disclosure
I I part country.DOMESTIC. lUcCiitTY Eq. The President has
Secretary recommended
I --- .. of I make! this call at the of ofyour
r- =:::-j = :::= Florida, arrived in Tallahassee By Mr. S. Bryan. request many
inst : and entucd online duties on ol'liis office.6th Tht Baron de Kalb.-The :tears of constituents, and if not satisfactorily Light Houses on mIr coast, and tho

rtmII ....-. : Washington bedewed hi* grave-a grateful answered-the day election will convince adjustment of all the Land Claims lf\

Morc'fndianTrOLtbles.-\Veex Delegate to C071gTfss.-our readers will people! u ill record his worth. you, that the voice of the people is not I to. the Southern Slates. He m.inifestcd!

fiud in our columns the /Jy: Mr. .S7&ne. be disregarded with im;>unity. r.oal and
tract the following information respecting to-day Proclamationof great ability in the acquisition
the Governor which I hc1ciiurGcn., ll'm. Mclntosli. A Citizen.
; we from -
t copy rile ofthe Floridaswhich
the Creek Indians
from the Florida Adrocate, j the protector of the defenftlcus iuhabiinnts: Not Since the above ip have arc 'ri luiportaat;
declaring JOSUPU! Al.VuiTE was type we
Itl&con Oco. !\ess] ngor. \ duly elected to the Office of Delegate I of our frontiers---hi. services will-never be beu iufur.tixl that 1r. .\lJai! :!u"tI candidate.Ediior. addition to the safety and strength of

By a person direct from the new to (Ccngre, for iwo 3 ears from the I forgotten by a grateful people. the Southern 'States.

countic in this State, where he had I first; Monday of May Jast.'t' have beenunaule { By! Mr. Clark.JOUK Mr. Hunt.--The election formernbers of The friends of the present Administration
been informed the t') oOtuin a full, cortcct i--turn of the I C. CiLHOux.-.The brightest Starin the Council will have .
on subject, we ) Legislative soon be ou, ana supported every mc. -
the Southern
votes taken in the different G..Ja".v-ho has not
Counties.; w hich t yet voter ofthe 2nd District 1 would ask Mr.! .
that :
there cd
prevails rebellious sure > for the advancement of
yet a we should have been pleuMU to lay before I leached the zenith ofhijrglorv. Henry Wilson, who-I understand is projo
spirit among the Indians who our readei By .."tJI'. Cummi71:{. to communicate through H candidate -, Florida.; and have not only voted fir.
your paper
are determined not to surrender the -+- The benefactors oj"GTcue"-"MAY their: what will be hi* course, khould he he elected but warmly advocated, every appropriation

: : land beyond what is called the new: lauds To! in Land this Claimnriii.--The clnraiants- ofthe philanthropy Cross over be rev\aided the Crctscut.by the triumph in regard to !he non-pubhiation: of the for the Territory, for roui::

1 treaty line.-That they decline any. refer to the advertisement neighborhood of arc the requested Surveyor i to By ...'1r. Bultzell. Laws and and Tcrritoii.il the defalcation Treasurer.oftbe ex-S: "crcta-. canals; light-houses, public sarveys,

further wpociatiou' for the -land, embraced General 'Jonda'Iich is on the last page\ THOMAS JKrucnsoic.---The! firm nndcviat- ry Q. tiuval esrahli hments, &c,

by the old,nnd not by the new, thivpapcr.: Byan act of Congress, 'it ing rt'publicantjnaj his jtolitical principles It is a correct maxim: in politics, to' I am not the defender or apologist

treaty-.--ami that the money Appropriated I is made thc tht duty of the Surveyor Generalto .be hall our never landinarks-uudcr-their err. guidance we submit without murmuring to the will of Mr. Adamsor the Administration. I

hy Government for them is i cause : piivutc claim to'oe surveyed of a majority ofthe people, and alter : do not of the
ztthe expense of the United State*, and it i; By Jot, II. flu welt. approve course pursued: ,
refused to be received. In conse- :Is absolutely ncceseary, in order to the exhibition COL. Jo?. .M. WHITK.--May his talents an election to l let all the excitements : in rchtimi to.the Geo'rgia controx'eny.:

rjuence of these unexpected proceedings of stud -claims on the Township: prove as beneficial to this Territory hereafter and irritations it begot, sink into olilt- I Jt is not the object of this essay to go

: we learn; that'jMr. Crowell has plut.c should, that bo intorniation concerniag thim 11 Hob., as A.they Lott.OUK have. "been heretofore. vion. Without intending to revive'even into those details but to rcfor to soma
promptly rcndeicd to-the ,
(,r Will immediately proceed to Washington Suiveyor Cpl. Exum has been Deputy in this SWLETHEUlTS.-.Heavcn: blefii the recollection of the numerous promtncnts acts,to show that there are

to make a full representation Cit and' its nci hboi!hood since the J5th of them, fMd'e them to our arms. exploded calumnies, which were invented I- no such parties( as inn-nrliary Editors

of tho case. lIt i is nlso stated 10 us, Juncyfor. the purpose of attending to sur- __--' _--.:. ___ r. I 1 for the occasion, or to allude I :"snd factionists pretend there arc, to

that the Chorokeo Chief, Ridge, is ,in r \.f.'JIa5.meuwoncd in the advertisement, 0 -;: .C01VU4V1\TIOA'lXONS... : io the insinuating arts by which the delude and fVrcive: tho people ando
has =:=--- p f ,
theCreek nation the views a Jet only received communications i in To -Editor-oj"the Fcnsacota passions of the coulj:
encouraging relation to three or-four claims. .Owners Gastlle. community I be ; : raise a whirlwind: that they may
which has been manifested by the claims would do u ell to attend to Jh of SIR-.In your last paper, IXnd a communication I. I. enlisted to.effect the objcct'of: interested -. direct the storm.

Creeks. Mr. Crowell is said to have 4 --.- the next,Legislative cuqu'uiiig Couucil of the ,candidates what their for partizans ; there are one or two Passing from the acts of the General

expressed to the Indians the impropriety Commodore' Rii>oEtY,.the Cotnmantlcr! views relative to the defalcation ofthe are"late subjects, connected with tho late election Administration, so far as they
ofthe \\ .
of their conduct, and warned Hornet.est It India Squadron sailed) in the Secretnry and TreAsrirer" and the non ,-a brief notice of which may correct have been developed will refer to the
was not known until lie
them of the consequences. We have: w sunder publication oftJieIaw"; as my friends have honest errors, without producing
that public
war, he would leave this Port I been pleased consider course of onr Delegate, to
heard of-no obstacles to emigrants to I for seme time, and his unexpected movement for that oflke, I beg leavcthrougti inc a candidate acrimony feeling or controversy show what acts of his may tt'nd to

,! this, or any other port of the new to. Havana and-Key\Vcit, at this to inform a voter, what course 1 sLed paper : We have heard a great deal of Southern prove his connection with this Northern
ceuntics "' season, bas set conjectureafloat as to the
from the
Indians. if and
elected. policy Southern
pursue feelings I which is terribiu! to
I I object of his iit. Au unusual uomber party, so
It is statt'd in a. Norfolk) ,paper, that ou : despatches were received by him, from During (he-last'session of the Council t, Northern policy and Northern infe- some of our quid nunc politicians.
some made
I enquiry was about the
Com. Roger's return to this country he will I Washington,-by late'.mails., and it is under passing a law : necessity restsof; a Northern party and .a lie introduced supported, aud obtained -
( J he placed at the bead of the Board of tood that Hue providing the.publica Southern
Nary ntw Sloop -of War
'Tbe partsIt becomes
jL'omruiisioneri/m I tion of the laws, it was then understood! that us as appropriation for the Florida
place otCem. Natchez" is
Bainbridge.1 to meet him Havana.
I who intends resigning for the purpose of'taking The late movemeot Key \Vest the Governor claimed the power having composing a part of the geographical canal, which executed i is confessedly -
command of tne Na, IHv.re.'fJuire the laws published, without the intervention division of the United Siaicsto
I jr Yard atPKH"NORFOLK. I-, he presence of the Commander of our oi thevCouncilyaud Ihuf'he inquire the most important public
6dclphia. & Squadron. It was said, noVlong since, that for their wu wholly responsible whether thero is any foundation for work for the south ever projected.
June ..18.1.a a Cebildo hsfd been held -in Havana, totiiscuis act of Congress; as other Councils, under for several the these suspicions, and whether thereare lIe proposed the plantations of!live
; the
L-The U. S. Sloop Florida propriety and expediency attack had yielded this any .t ICts justify tbo bold
ing Corn Porter within years to construction asser oak in the Southern States for the future
arrived here on Saturday (Harbor of Key of the lawnndthc Governor tions of those who
evening disposed the
West appeared alledged existence
aud,of course, within the limits of the. I- supply of our Navy.He '
I \Vashington.. :She will, we ..understand jurisdiction of.the United Slates. It U reported despatch-a.majority to have the laws printed with ..the"usual of such parties, or the contemplated advocated tho removal of thi
sail tins afternoon, bound: IfcatnanAJority were in favor of the steined willing and deemed it the Council adpption of such a system of Indians, froai; all the Western and
for Savannah. 'Dr. TODSON U. S. mcalur ,but V'ives, the Captain Genera!,.& ex.pedient ;- 1icy. Parties formed
rCorn. Laborite to.pass no law upou the swhject. If p hJ nucstions Southern States lying East of the
Agent for the American Colonization were opposed- it, beiqgof a majority of the,next Council 'think of contested policy of
Opiwon that it conflicting interests river
would violate the neutrality! Mississippi, to the West of tha; ,
Society,goes passenger,-who will join of the United States. It is also rumored I the bands of organic the Council law places the power in i I of what may and what will] that the South might acquire an additional
the Norfolk J shall
that be
ship Com.
I now lying Laborde, Commander of the' willing not contribute to our general )
at'Savan-1 and anxious to exercise it for the prosperity accession of important Territory -
nab, and ready for sea,-. Spanish Naval forces, has -made a com" good oq I -of interdicts and
lcalt in
; plaint to the Collectors people, or at to petition Congress privileges I and be relieved from the danger
Naval.We learn from a gentleman the condi fr'of Com. Porter Key Wet.agaiu to I\her'the law, so as hereafter to leave the commerce-of tariff or uo tqrifT ofthe ofsuch hordes of barbariacs within

I from Washington, that Com. Spanish Authorities have also; and made hat formal the! lint ect .printing and publishing the law I interests of agriculture manufactures thnir limits.

t TNGF.Y'at present commanding the complaints lOurGoIfernonoftlie a- entirely Council.As .within the control of the Legislative and commerce.. a.riae, are.discussed : He 'supported the _establishment! *.

,.; Navy Yard at that place, has been ap can tion Karaj of neutrality forces.on the part of the Mexi:i.I to the investigation of our financial and,disposed of by the deliberate .a radiating Marino Ha:-..wa for the

:4 pointed Navy Commissioner that j I IlUqeJ has keen wd It ereU u probable there to that Com. concerns. I beg leave' to remark, at an early consideration, good sense, atsd I repair of sloops of war at oar i2VY.
enquire i period i ia tbescsxioaof i*it Counjii enlightened cfocoverios of States I -
13 a out Yard
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t1 f 1f'mnJ i&t ".n cf the committee j Ln.\orers W biD the chmctu and
9.\l\ea" reputation -
succeeded in ha- fltLeg1)ativc Council
(!n :>;.i\.l ;.irai!, and /Vfte work.

IiI'. i it rfciulfrl I t'il 1, which will not on-" AIR-" fTf/to Uction 1st Monday of..vwl, THERE requited, 40 We it.tb bodied.Navy Vard, Fiadinrtbe pre.nt form of'th Mirror S

T.\ rut into ciru'Ialion! several hun- Think Can change not, dear tin girl, CLDW1TZS.I3DISIT1(1 men,of steady industrious habhx young to be better calculated totntwet all tie rntrpo-

rtcl ilicusatid ,iulnr5! for re-pairs, cnnu 1'aI! I let me calm th>' JOHN DJ: LARCA.; employed at arpenter'. Laborers If on tel intended by it, than any other; and S

.,lv) on our rot, but tend to its se- Fixmi thee, mj laJth 2nd D'ulricl ; trial l,they are found to be of the abore description lathe ENGRAVINGS, from thai circumstance
they will meet *ith constant mploymctit will be rendered much ffiore valuable '
'ndih! ) (' pioteciion of our comijVuY. DAVID C. Pit! iuui.
r4riv; What if the a1e of and receive a liberal; compensation and beautiful than they otherwise '

A> a: iiiuional) establishment! it .}rom thy soft, cheek, ROBKRT 3rd District McKEJO; proportioned to their qualifications: to could be, trenhall be caieful to pieserve .

\\f the fust, it islelic\td; ever directed 1 eun And Lovc tl c hrigJ.t 4th District ; be decided by the master workman by the original shape and size of the publics, t

'Ii; tLc S tith} for the repair of our pub plant them ( ''!. J. WATSOV.JOSHUA bom their labors are directed. They tion. I

I jir: u*>'fc : B'l) zitit he considered of E.r S *, SCURLOCK. >*ill be allowed an agreed price per day, It scarcely necessary to remark, that .
C\ they finding themselves ,
rlauce. Shine, *thro' the *ale ('. HOWARD. ,clothing med taking into view the ..appearance nd I
.ct itnp: ical
1I4' tJln( {'Oltt(, let u? climb lie JUH.I BRIT. attendance,Sic. aud subject to a deduction i character ofthe paper there has: never before
lie l IIS urjjrd uiih great zeal the Aud the I for all lot time, from whatever cause !
gaze upon 6VA District ; it been produced in this country a work ,
offoiiiiicationsoR our coasts, JAMFI WKXB. may proa'ed.'bit men would be ireferted -: It
frrf once 10 reasonable and so much within -
I iH'itr.iA' roads through our inieri- How like thy life my JOHN Hooiz.Glhbislrici. : Blacks. : the reach of who be t
,,1( It slowly winds its I Ham'l. R. Overton every person may I
V.rifLe ,uti'innt of all the land So calm, it trarceh' ; I disposed to possess it. "
( While Nature THOMAS SPEIGHT.7A S Nary Agent. i- As-we feel solicitous to enter the .
5fl15; ILl iIII.} 'JUlt! nnd the .stal.1ish. loudly upon I'
; District
; JVnyacola, ISthJuly 1827-19--s.f. proposed new arrangement with all convenient 1
01 f !Tors (;f'ntry and delivery. Thus Wji. ALLISOS McRjuc. -
:.Lit: : gently will the' expedition, we shall restrict the] .
S Ifrffoe r.ie: ilie evidences of lios- That bC'al'F thy hark WILI.UIJI WYATT. THE volume .
present to fifty numbers but
No nick shall the 1n1W-YOILK IIaRoR ;
; irnr*
tty! 1onr Soinhern Iolirvan in- But 3U be tllotllb as -- I And Ladiii' Literary Gazelle. make up for this deficiency, we intend ...

tr: i.--, ;tin: tnt d.\: our Delegate i if' isi at l1mWS FIFTH VOLUME, to present our readers with an elegantly .

,'.v, r.ml: unfil lobe a Southern Ucif And \\hen our kindrrd _.- _- JI'iti Splendid engraved tignette title-page. This. how- .
Engravings .
.To puivr, happier ever will be more expensive than to issue -
J'1 JiHti\('. \\ "jJ feel how blifoful VOlt Or e\\sacoVd. Enl7'E.lJ Br GRORCE J>. MORRIS the two additional numbers; but aa 1

i : jt-iiMs a d.fftrrure: in the pubic To meet again, in -------- -- -:-- rAHRIYED. "Here fldyoung\ genius win bin eagle flight, the advantage will be on the side of our

] mld: ,. to the) pey.'on nioet df>l'J \- ns A s Rich light.drn-drops" shaking from his plumes of patrons, we feel pursuadedtne exchangewill I .

l ; =!L<- hull olTico of President, let Mr. Editor.-The June 13th.-Schr. Celia, Hitch- IS the MIRROR will soon complete meet their approbation. t

fcu-Ji t'
Itjeic e thai} our rountry! is honored hered to, has a tf'l1dt'IIC ] -1th."U. S. Revenue Cutler presents himself before his numerous and Ii> commence their subscriptions on; t.

tu 1.11;! >iO ninny ronuK'Ient to adoin it rats, lo warm and pUli( Harrison, Mobile sod highly respectable patrons the opening of a BKW VOLUME, perhaps it
into action and
bring the
in the rx.dttd station of the Head oft propensity of our every i. iGlh.-Srhr. Rebecca, j u!- -ton, respect public rind, a deep sentiments sense of of the profound ob- is proper to sav, that it is devoted (though t

,( Hfphl'lir. We should eniember When licHrct that l'curc ..jy.argo I Liuc for li 'atoIlS;; which are imposed upon him. not exclusively) to the following subjects S
1kt iFt' th'lt'rwllll'ncyof: RepuLlic in the Union ('lljO) Ii Navy Yaid.ENTERED.) To.i-iyt lathis reward and encouragement MODAL rJ.LES.-eitner fictitious i
or founded of
on events real life
:!!)istiiutunsiie; '[ cndson the intelligence even our in taut ) I hstv> far i.xceedcd hs! highest expectations in the United' States America.. ,
a numerous and highly J
S 1 jood enscof the people,& that the: it it a source of deep i June iClh.-Sloop Lsead, 'fla- would be but a taint expression of THE O.NSOU-comprising. a series of

oL;;)' vjy t'. jirescvvc iht-in is hy diflusiif tion tome, that reu : New-Oileari C..qro to order. feelings hisfeeSnp i is immeasurably?; for the pleasure heightened of whenhe those numbers-pathetic. satirical, moral hue f

ulihri.d: spirit, &, correct infirma- I without one. C LEA 1- ['. ; :. reiewsthe name of those who makeup murous itius. &c. denominated the Little Ge '

ion aid the who from f.ictious I sincerely hope! ] ISth Jsil'r.fi 'he of
; : man July ,- ;'jimer, Bar- great portion his supporters.To Ksvuw
ren will rouse from l publications, foreign or
;lews,would Spl] cad discordhy circula- prompt, and energetic Vera Cruz. iai,: <. bedistir.guished with the countenanceand domestic.ORIGINAL. '

lai: ror.eouK; reports,to generate par themselves the ill,. : 14tli.-Brig lit-be, Folger, New- at all:ftvor times of the wise and the virtuous, is ESSATS-on literature. morals S

tie which must produce ,1 dissolution sublime Iu;tihHron. : Ci.:go, 51 hales cotton, 25000 man but flattering to the pride of any history, voyages, travels, American !
tif tire Unioni I less traitor than he Be pleased, sir, to g+ ; to a young man, it affords a antiquities fine arts &c.
not a Gasette the above : 1 lumber and 304)0 staves, by 1I charm two great for language to express. FKMALS S

who raises his aim against his country. : loll
It is L}" tile or-f ration of moral and I Masonic : C. C. Keyser ; and 8 kegs of but I from tUe strongest' impression of honour AMEUICAX liioouArHT historical

political, ; ) causes that evolutions are ; by S. Patterson. i and gratitude will be called forth, nqt sketches of the lives of such cf ,
)produced, and the mercenary write THE MYSTIC at Mr. 17.-Schr. Thom, Iluse, Key rtnly to of preserve H publication hut to so improve kindly fostered the character both sexes as have become celebrated t

is lured 111) fin brands] into for their heroism, T virtue foruiude talents
who to ow (,.jv the 23ulint, at S est. Ballast. I :'<1 so generously supported. We have

ti communiiyin the shajxj of essa-iM sider the propriety of SAILED. i unremittingly endeavored, tnd shall hereafter LITXBAUT, patriotism, &c. .

LnorcM;.iIlCl'l ous tiuin a tH.m! ;:lId such ic Lodge, hi I""J1 tC'ola.l'en.neola July 16th.-[?. S. Ship Hornet, : go on with increa .cd zeal, in our publications.IsTiLLioxacx noticesofnew

iu ;.it; lieltJ, co-owaiing with a publicJefferson. June Claxion Commander endeavors, to cull from the varied fields TUB DRAMA-comprising strictures 1
-- ::-- .: Esq. on : of on
:; literature, the choicest and most fragrant the New-York
cw1.iy. The Ontion Doctor stage.
rdinJ.Tjvpon _.. .i I! flowers as just, though bumble 1)KSULTOKT S&LJCTlo.s-with ,
--- occa
T. tribute fair
|o our readers.
bp t'.-d in sional remarks.
Ifl:") our next.
From the Florida .:1dvocllte.I'nOC The regions of fancy have been explored
r 1 A 5ECDOTM- humorous, literary histo '
MR. rriT'n.-TI;" |"mltril ={orm which hcU S l A IO,. and will continue to be explored by rical, occ.
yeIl&: \ :tlt"'Hi t t1 '1 'tHlun ,..W )N1'rOU tlp p our ingenious and highly valued corres- TAssi.io .
tiait' 1-,',rtor, (T orcusKiiinlU- caL a fitful The fifty-first BY \\' N. P. DUAL, Governor pordents. At the same time numerous xvjeyrs OF THE WKEC.Posrar i

granI. ",'('r iht! fiili:"' If' the *M"lH' Indcpendei-ce, was the Territory of Fbi ida. ; historical facts of an interesting nature Together-original with and selected ;
;s Hn t?}" t tanr oJtIlt' e'nhcuuIg JY.'lfi n many other miscellane I
',11.3\'CIt'i 'tl n.ui\ m1-r fl"II IJ'itll.Urgst place with the usual' In compliance with the bth section have enriched our pages; and many o- ops subjects, which it would be unneces

.oiiicitihns' p.1 ttltS, "i! rmr Tnntor}'; i ercnnJes.-The the act of the Legislative Council tiers are in preparation, which will suc- sry: now to enumerate t.
L' S I.W ".rc't1 to f :m R'lI'lIhll ut'I'Jul- ; ttssively appear, embodied in the fairest
dependence was of Florida CONDITIONS t
: tiia.! }.tir ('lit: ( :':nl Ft' tn.:rli tr.M: r.r.t ufl"'r Territory approved colours of truth and elegance. The lyre S
lp\ the ",;..:C$ aI.r"
U>j ilako ( I n<\ !;<'4uaticzi.: egant oration was It is hereby .niude known to the been struck by the fire with for the proprietor, by Daniel Fanshaw, at
genius, so the American
Uucol thf tol t'I'"I'-t1Ulil\Cr'h> wi.irh Imrnan Tract Society House, No, 87 (
nature i jj irnj ( i ietj l to SH ff.-n. if tV.o ti tv (>t'dull George Ward-the of Florida, that JOSEPH M much effect and sweetness as to melt and Nassau-street. It i is printed in the royal 4

*.,turn ala; *i' ie.; From ihiy: uioiivc, the viS i"H i- for the day.Captain has been duly elected to the' ravish the heart. To such contributors quarto (orm, on due paper, with a burgeois
and hos: inoi in .ill a!rs Ian coiwfcntrattdi. toW we know not in what terms to express our
.. liur )jx.\v(18(,inteilivt. in prosecution, olMI cc Delegate Congress from &Ic kftOW ledgements. The chief recompenbe type.Fifty>two numbers
complete volume of '
.i 1:1\oric j rr.niitbN %hirh iliey hnprd to ac- unteers turned out Territory, for the teirn of two : which fourliundredii a J
they can expect, must arise sixteen
u.n-:*.iJie'.uiftioti J iiriiiMiiiclii'fl: and,TrinneJ rcnunn. heads Let liii'fact rc-heh'f'i ing, and ushered in from the first Monday of May from x consciousness of having eminent!) for which an ELEGANT EKGRAVKD royal quarto VIQJKTTS pages,

i..e: .' nil! Jc.-r-n"lic 1''aC', and uIJmitlt,1 to teen round v.-The 1 aided in the dissemination of chaste and TITLE-PACK, and a copious index, is given.

t'- (wi i> liClfl' is ( lfi"pt'lIdih :1t.t 'III&tion.- with which this ( under my hand at the City Tallahaswe useful instruction, clothed in )language of The terms are FOUR DOLLALS per annum,
I or it iiic H.UIM r hH- } .t'd tl.c danjjei. ol the j the various m tn 7th day "of July in J:lie year of our lord '., unusual grace and beauty and in refining PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.It .
l" -d.v i n c l hJolllj! h( :' ar.d hat rearrd llioimudcMgluhuuiireu and twcutv tfiieUM.T.DL'VAL. and
carnage improving the mural character of our is forwarUed by the.arliest mail Jet
"I ofdrill reflected the (un
ihrir tErrific FtuitJarti! to frijrlil. the roult c1 .
u-armi ai'!\' <11 i k.c" For it the tvilv I.'tJUafl, tfye officers and men.A }' the GoTcrnor, country.This otherwise directed) to all subscribers resid
I js the_ great aim of all Literary publi- mer beyond the city New-York.
j4.a Mnui;< li :1..ntrer H(:?!!j to hisj"isi l.uq'IJH'. I dinn \\\. M.AI'CART V,
"%ntlv ri'jnoM ctrry (i-l'stac' tt l.is pvhtic4l \ sumptuous .4'a Secretar, of Florida. catioiis ; attain this we solace ourselves! Subscriptions received at this office. i
-'.'" I-, rejardif : ot th dcFolaiionluch tile for the citizens by I in the belief ,that our efforts have no: NeW York February, 1837.LIST .

;.ui... (if inn i iuuc ha Fp rcsd around hiir.-For it : er, md! for the T to a resolution of tte been useless or unavailing. We have .
J.v p.t-t ti"jot in In!uS, content hod UlrclIt1of' Board of Aldermen the scanned with scrupulous care the various OF
Green.; -The day c City of LETTERS
tn-l1KrrtJw'"Iul' I: i
: "., passed July l(5th( I827an flec productions that have received "form an.pressure" .; ii
: itihcl.ji\\ ndslir. l1nf'kuf''cd 1':1010. and it
"i ; ny, was in the columns of the Mirror in BT&EM_AIN1NG in the Post Office at Pen- ii
) \\;th tl-r ftan- iiaini oficudaltlni" ft'potlr-m, j I will he held at the Court House on J[%, sucola the 30th
. place where so on day of June 1827,
order that
.lId "nil t IWlll"t hcliiiid the unilltclli&ihlc'j"ll } 27th July .lor the jwpose ot fining nothing might find its wuy which if not taken out within three months i .1
; of a liaii.;ty"'t':...t. hr "IIrtbcxIi t'ir.Jlplc I I existed, but one vacancies in said Hoard, occasion there tliat would offend against delicacy"; will be sent the ,
4 JS'K ( iiifri fl..He': 1 or it lit< Di,' \lalalJ&1re! i!| lated to waken the, tle *th of Col. Joa. and and we feel confident that few sentiments to General Post Office as \
Noriega Dead Letters.
irouii:J th! iI.-i.L! I'l eoi I l.(Ill,tupJ; lnataciFznI : have ever been which calcul.it-
ing which was aition: of A. Got don Ksq'r. seen were A.-Samuel T. Anderson
nnL tl.c i'SI S of lhc huninn mind, t>r to j j j 3, Caroline
ed to "mise a blush on the cheek of -
riioi.i-iu I'M'.1 li-; < (,1llhut dulol'ull' ol'u 2eipII3: by the good sense appointed to hold said tv.n ffid Andeison, Henry Allen 2, Peter Alba 2,
l <.',' \.I.lie\1-". Thomas Adams, Thomas Anthony, Eliza
: I'trailit-i; l.vnci.intirajjf the! )loatLKttcc carc inoie full detail will SILVESTER BILL, \t* ith a view to render the Mirror still beth Alhn.B. .

M- lion, tL!!*' ti i. \-,.nli tnmiioir worn heM : next.-Florida Kuw. L. DRAKE more acceptable and valuable, we pur- .Monsieur Bertrand, F. Bouquie,
t :I utt' II.. J Out. 'I az.t-"ilh a C-U llpll"UI'C! ) i1.tt} I p,j e. on the commencement of the fifthvetraiul Thomas Barron, Francis G. Beatty James
., ''IIlJlh\: nt-it (,si _', and \vitl1 a ln;;otiinci- Commodcrp PABLO P LMEI, to continue it with each re- Bourdaax, William J. Boyce William A.
to I.t 1; i"s : K .on, Lc proclaiuf the ttitcov-
f\ e.t G.- :' / ".r.'j' .. ing despatch from J. (:1. braIse, tm.iig quaier, to ccompaiiy it with a11j1i'DXD Bell.

1 i It' v luring belle (In'ful1PJaitrr: vernment, evinces titer.! !(!. : EG VINcI, C.-Alexander Claxton 3, Samuel G.

'\. ril. :-tKt.s tnotMr] f> nf di'paitcd! tUIIC ; dence reposed in t 19th JaJy) 1827-2v- ttcted; I', lilt finest style ot which theo Clarkson, Joseph Cadle, M. Crupper,
,: '. .fct.-ti: ; imiatr fl iI(, apts ll nianv S..tr ; tll te art in this country will admitIt .Duncan L. Clinch. 1_ ,
I '.' .'-i;4hj 1 irint toi MVtorri.:' duct of Com. Porter.DEPARTMENT TUg is utfii'', 'l to present, in succession, D.-E. L. Dubarry 4, Robert J. Dodd 2, ,. "

; *...r *i\f t) U.4H- In:<'f a liclpin;; hard to or t,r. .u j liccnrale news of our PHINCIPAL Samuel Davit, Sarah E. Davis, Samuel .

J -,".. ji.vr.n1.1.A trtu'r111 |1lal': aud \\ hen the :, LBTh::, J' '1).!C'i.1JUOJCES, tuiiowed bycwrect his- E. Dararell, John William Donaldson, '.
: < ..a:.t 1-4iijoim. iiiiiciitcci lioin a lung .
S ;< \ JUC"-r-.Jt- was pleased to And LaJiu Literary Gazette, \or-.s:* d-scription3t so a* to preserve R William Doughrrty.E. .J '

, S r .! ',.. n'c1 ol f.irtl.rr; ) i.ltutmtion!: ar.d if the command of which upwards of 5uA! copies: are I I It.o'.1' .ge ot the period of their fouiula- '.-James Engle 2. .

'S % litis low J ,t'i.timti ton t I C\ah'ut, and to commission printed wrekry. Kinb Ilished; wit I 'KI, ot the uses 10 which tbcy are ap- .-Z. K. Fulton, John Fisher, Patrick f-: "

z, .1. nit tal-c li.i trici aloni':: will lit in the &\ This work, nlanrtvi to 'I 'II1eL. and of suck otr.er circum&tur.ces Foley. :;, I
j.aiiiyi < f political; : toinrtvcrj'io, "lid bIA.IJ yourself in front of G.-James Gadsden, J. O. Grisham,
S : \ Quarto, will be conducted reafler i ::.:nl ctd with them, as may be worthy ; ;
t. ;' i fri!:.icloii i<\ acpoitnt I lor ll un. the result of your '' : I ? t F :! rvation. Occasional viiswi will Alexander Gibson, Benjamin Gould. .q.' ,
I'H (''I.I!hht.f raiUtjco i-l 1..ljtl.3; socictj', H.-Henry Holtslander 2 William .. -
| :JG ,
t 1 ment to the cause THE LtxrBAKT TOILET.-iVioJjr-ipS- I also be given, of some oi' the bold and ,:
innIn' i iio ha't"J'u
S r in M.' c''hil'll a pUnu-t anil a Hannah, Henry Hunt, John Huff, John -. ;
I. '. nautical Skelchf"II-Mannel' Convert"' n.agnijiccKl with uhich our fa- :.'
:;; i! uMiru* the idea nil) farther, 'e your fctntry Hall William Hause .
".,..ttke a "I'f m olitici', call him ft planet the faithful '' (, ) and such other 8ubjectsa .! ..Id vuureJ country auol.n\ls. A few of the Matthew, H. Hopkins, ,, fieorge Thomas H. Hughes HpllrnB.,
I O .1.. II..-}' ::itclr f \ulvnig n-uud lain ;- attention in a (jazeUer-spcci.illy-.le-; striking features wnich are so conspicuous -
fJ 11 \\I %bta'ldaJII' hc' n'ltiH' i. transmitted ;o you I.-James Innerarity 3, John Innerai ity _
Ot: ( 1111 iJZiagiLi to iht- Ladies; un'irr the erijfori.il' or.iltDsojj's Kivcn, v ill be computed .
: !} n.flu.m(', :ind fr m \\!...:,' IIOlila;('. bib \ar"MM. the service. () of )h'li. Harriet Muzzy, recently of : in this part of our plan, with tSe best description 4, James Innerarity.. .
J.-Wihlaui Johnson 2 Effbrd Jones
p in a roitimn.I Uas-t;-:iud H! we dewtid '
ir.inti circumstances, \ok, and authcres: ounany literary tbat can he given of them. Jackson. .
c iniiiiticat-cr; : '- of ri.tlit rt-r. :: t j !..M i! m their turn. ba" continu- justified in the \ioiis high me !'>t. Ifotbingmore -clearly marks the literary L.-Samuel Philip Lee 2, James E. Le-

3J'c (.t tI.t >aac' .I:!niH, V.ih! riiih difti-rrncc, posed in you, aud TUE LITKRAIITo ai.n., rOriginal ami moral character of a people than gare, Cupton Luna, II. C. Logue, John
t. ,I ".f' c(.rl'lCi, the q.t're nl a< non is cir- the \ ", Critical Liter"-\, ii,".1 l scientific the encouragement given to well con- Lanier, Doctor La\v.n.Jf. S
t ti.sr:.i,(U lUJ ur v\H" !, tlo'p nIl"> the capacity ering judgment $ of all new production at burnt or uucud periodical publications ; more especially .-John McNeil 5, Ellen Mallory,

ol'1 ii.n. \',.j.ltttl.( cci.irt- of the \ tTIL you have manifested : ld ; under the editorial diction of the I it they carry in their! train a por- John Meek 2, Thornton Minor, Baldwin f

> *\arioi! icxi'lving s\Mt::Jh are fO many tions, and which I or of the lute American Monthly Mag: tiou of tke lINE J.tn,. Until within a fewyears Mallet, James Maxwell, William Macvoy,
t'1'1I'1('1.0.11" l the n'nt pTiiifiral Ikl'h.I", andall
t und author of '1 atuust all of this kind John McLamare.P. .
ccita.i.n> t Ct! .:iii.ilurnthc voi'pxr S nticTUH.II much to your own ', he Wilderness, I attempts
'. ike &c. have tailed in our country. Out Gre.it .-.Robert Pottenser William Pollard 1
j |.ii< xij 1 ix.vliiih i i. !Ju-r-vht to cuiu1 the nation. His I I n, I ,
v tlc jc.t i Ill i \ica1 f\totem uf.\.-.urc. 1 l lee New of the Week.-Foreign ar .. liritam aoounds with such works, many of Franklin Pierce, Robert D. Paulding, William -. t
In 1Ic Hj j,olniiaUlit"riUi>n> in which the lore confiding entirely I and Clearance, n Hunk Note Table, winch: exhibit the highest displays of extravaganct \V. Polk, Samuel W. Peobles. 1

(r> (',:::t"Utl prostrates t'U rylcLlin"[ of honourf convinced that you I Current, The Drama, Fine Arts and splendour. R.-Victor M. Randolph 3, John T.

(' vl'I! tnt ai.icr. wt.uld, to rather o'crivrcui: rrl'tr ther3Uptft fn-m-piadaion! profit by every Culture of Plants and Flowers, Poet. The rapid growth of the Mirror, and Ritchee 3. Monsieur Raffin 2, Philip G.

:rrif JMI \\illlioin$ an arfrorMmuat a phiOfO.Jlllu cnurtc- stance which may Anecdote, &c. and thus combining ail the distinguished character of its patrons Randolph William M. Read, John K.Rea' ,

',. rtaN 1111. .;-(tinhorn si rniuiiu: all the absurCl"'MijtUfialaftnV on an effective war properties and advantages of a n-fiR have led tu the conviction, that em ney, Caroline Rcntrop, William D. Roberts.

if ;)then alwajp attribute in thc'vicinhy of oAZkTTi with those ofun en\cruinnj: bell h.ilfg itiJi the way proposed, without S.-James F: Schenck 6, Stone and Nis- f
11 : .!r iulciundfi.ra\n\ the natuic 01 ulan. I additional charge for the ex-
1 I 1UWSP"'P making any bet, Thomas Stearns 2, William Seton 1
1 ''* ,*1 1 c t r.tf a('haniatilctve ollJOOr human tions to give you, EJ GKAVINCS.-List of I'icwt Jkc,-!. penses that maybe incurred by it, will Thomas W. Sawyer, Joseph Seraillian,
-ir-aim rfciuU! it prpwr.l an aspect of fata- self.with rendering be acceptable to those John j
Scott John
'.1).\\jf I Sepulchre Mount Vernon. not only altogether Benjamin Suggett, ; 0 s
n euiid 'Id from the
( scperatc the in which Franklin who its friends, but will be Smith Ferdinand Smith. f
::! I 1..1\I. ntntioncd, nan>eh, the luvt ufdi of the republic, Ihe House was ate present ,
"",zouo, I l.aU lJaolc n})t-eli VIULI the ben..It .,- you arc so esen'e .-3. The Highlands fronr West Point the meam.recommending it to further T.-John Tinges, Jacob Tarr, John Ten- t

""'(-. u.Kr.tiun of the aj olocy, without flopping same is also City Hall, New York.-5. Hurper'a .. patronage, as to make the burden of expense brick, Ann Tunage, E. Thompson, Elf-
j IN\lIh: iLto ihotc lueiajlijucal soj'hisiits ofut ', Virginia.-6. The Capitol at,%yahi. comparatively light. Should the n.W.WiUiam.
'v It.'It j ttiexitjt ti.at'hatc EO ofteu purtftilf soldiers and seamen -T. The Falls of Niagara-S.jBun- weight,however prove disproportioned 1
t. -
C. Whittle 4, John TWarfield
1St1 than mine.ctrujnij subordinate fall ixclurivclyon
able and Hill Monumer.t--9. Castle Garden to the income, the loss will
tt-ft is (nnistrM with a benevolent 2, John F. Wilson, Cbarle Wilson
bear testimony York.-10. Residence of Joseph :fluru c,. t
P'HrtofnK I txi.Ktlor moral or political you of Bradley Webster, James W. \V e- S
li..IAUIIOI1II) \la\2II \\c\ nrcoujit in the occur- .vpaich. near 1)biladelphia.-11. Dis i The typographical execution our J. J. Ward Josiah Wbitcher, John V,
(I't C of thus far been such as, in our
c-OIIt1Ip'jicitiivh.ch; m c certainlyinrTiclttuiattii To tho Commander View cf Philadelphia.. Gallery gazette termoote. .
.trn Ie lflt l- ; & hich inUft lorevrr Portraits ; containing Likenesses ol opinion, to warrant comparison n ,with 'm"I"I
\J .'tt. (>i tl(,tf. collujoi', pohik4 or other- individual viz :.Sir Waiter any other periodical in the Union in MAIL ARRANGEMEIN

;ttea.I4' :u uhkh the line ot dUt'utction piedomirl5 Mexico, March] Shakespeare Hannah Moore ftlra. this as well as in every other respect; Northern Mail,

0 tlic;' Mrs Opie Robert Emmet, Mr flattering encomiums h>ve been bestow-
l Sunday at
: '<' lic'C all tilings arc equal. From DtJEeveryV
\\ :"t"lr ba i>ccuiiar"procc* au eel fuRy be and others, .-. ltd upon it even by foreirzjournahi. Lvt 4 o'clock P.M.Departs I S
nmted in "BOLIVAR is to sail popular work devoted especially it it feed determination not to be eiedledbvaniolket'pnbKcaiwt -
vinrpar,-or by a procere equally every Saturday and Tuesday
1)Icuiar-a politicuin may barter tjip ta-diuin this place in the the LatUes and through them to :the in any was at8o'clockA. If.Florida.

J"a lute of a matirr of fact kind of existence, for ra, with Mr of ,virtue knowledge and omte 'tthttuer. Arran eaients are therefore I

!Ct. to \lit'c lcl"jrtiMetiimi the incuipjmc mind Minister and .contains a rich fund of nusc4 1b ne- racking to I l ue P!'fiJt.17OIWAt in a banner Mail, .
tmn ifcciae which regulate the eombiDaad literature, and it beautifully 'primed altegetke* ntptnor to any of the prectd'ing Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock.U. S
effect f6r an exp *oatjon ot the resume. as wo Aud the literary .
'l'I' 'volume* regards Departssamedayat2p'clockP.M.S
l'IUt-lIon; without anattaiiwng the different elegant I quarto Ibrro ezprenly.for .
.t\i 'f\rt. of dency; having, it eDt to_add, that nurnbccidiYi I
the aoiinaJ$,-homfver differeiit ; Eight pages are published eve depah: weWy W Hasell Hunt
'.-:1&) unhaxcbecn protluced, or iKiweverdif.Sftw all views about die week, making a yearly volume of-Up-' *, dmngtiishe i for their P&Matera ,

ttoe element they itay ibi.&bh. tion,tbe people uo "t 400 pages, at TV*-Dollar* fifty talents ind- learainfrt hawpledgea: thetnu ,- ., l
\ou": .e.rIP' I '' 'their utmost cfibru to ,ui- Femuo1,1stJn1y,1B27.1.3t -
J 1ici *
Ji' 1 \ S. qiiFoL4.A for the experiment pcr&nniun. Jb1. &4Yan : ; t9 u ., 1 I S 1

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BOOKS. -CA rONY1fT BF.vQU: t Snm\\c\ 'attcrkrn, 32tli Mnrch, 1827. 5 PROPOSALS
Florida, 1st July, 1827. S
I 'till the 31st AS just received per the Brig Hcbcril. Lit: Qak frame and JH-OHHICUOM Timber FOR ruBLuiuxo BV
WILL receive proposal SUB9CP.Ir110M1Je
D URIG my absence, the following I the O Folger, from New York, a for Sapi.of the Line, frigbtet and '
October to furnish Troops .
Book have been taken from my library ensuing of Good*- which War. \ t5 "F isomt
1 ,witjiout the of tbs Gentleman ot the United States' Army, that are, or fresh supply! among Sl99f of ,'Ur( :
articles. viz Commissioners of the will
following Navy Comprising the
be stationed at Cantonment Brooke, .tl' the Narrative
in whose charge it was I left. may THfci Jo-j
with TraY Ale Superior 'Quality, proposals ulitil the 31st day a tour through Great l"i .
1 TO!. Gibbon's Roman History, English tan Gi., Cider Vinegar, Winter Strained of July next for furnishing Live Oak Rrilai71
'f edition bound in calf and gilt. raIlS:] JIBE!. Sperm Oil, Sweet Oil of Superior Quality Timber, cut to moulds (which they will France, Hah,, and Switzerland S

J 1 Tol. Home's History of England from the lit day of January 1628 to in. Pieklf Salmon, Connecticut River furnish) for ships of the line, 'rigates and the Years 1825, '25. anl '27. '

6th vol. of Shakespeare, elude the 31st day! December 1828, Shad; brand 1827, No. 1, Mackerel FreshGunpovdcr sloops of war, and the proportion of promiscuous BY N. H. CARTER.
1 4 volf. t>Select Speeches, The beef will be required to be delivered and Young Hyson Teas. un. I.ve: Oak, cut to dimensions, 1 character

3 "oh. ofDe Rita'lemoin, to the Troops two days in each week, ported in April I last, Soft shelled .Almonds that may be required, say 6000 cubical TilE already of the proposed i
2 vols. of Leland's Demosthenes, knoJn
{the days to be designated) in such qua* Frc.-h Muscatel bunch Rai: :us, feet for each ship of the line 3000 for each so well .:
:1 Tol. Tacitus, thpuSIr- a to render !
ti ties HS shall be required for tbeir rationson Beef; Fly Market Beef; Fine Table .nd 1000 for each Timber p' a format
,: -nd various others, both Law and Miscellaneous I Dried frigate I : sloop. P('(-u.ineeesiary 111 the [?!
each day.-And I deem it necessary to in cou eof
in small boxes large in
Soap from
-which destroy in many instances Sail t must be cut trees grown I last two ye'rs, voluminous J 1'r
the complete set. I will thank llio e peisotis apprize tho*? who may choose to offer to andiiwJl boxes, Sperm. and Tallovv Candies situations i not more than 25 miles frjin the LurjpH-.il. scenery, in.tituiin; sketch, ,,

in Pcnsaccia or the'ricinity, wJio have the contract for the supply, that the beet'will English and American Mustard, sea deliverable at the following building and customs, have been nin ir
be of the best (lie market thrown
nbuv, or any other of Biy books, to return be required to ( Cayencr ami llhck !)epper, an invoice of yards, vi/ : Portsmouth, N. II., i'oston, throiigii the medium of.t oft
hem to Wm. H. Hunt at the Bookiloic.JOB. can afford, and particular attention must i Iron Hollow ware-One of Stone and New-York, Philadelphia, Washington the uthor. is c'. daily paper. IP
M. VVhifc.Pennacola be paid to the butchering thereof as a rigid EarthenVare, Bar Iron assorted Nitre: Norfolk the 1828 Ib29 and 'r'ct1ll-ffrmr.d JfJhli
; of it will made. duriag year extract tl'(.n hi* letter hive beeif
inspection always.be h ail. Gunpowder, Shot, Lead, Musket I 18JO before the 1st Novemberin t.1.! n_
on or irruutel:
July 3rd. 1827-18-tf. say rively : : ihrougi,
'Persons offering to contract will nukr I Uifle and Pistol li i nts. &c. &c. each tlle tnite.'I.
their in sealea and delivered year.Fmons States, oy otll?r public jour
proposals writing, | .
of Gro-
L t II. AIiIiEIJ; : has reriMvetlr"r Also in Store a general supply offering will be pleased to now has it in 1ft
this contemplation
to me at place, stalingthe ; to :
': Kf'K H.he Folger, cies. their terms cubical coltct.
"apt. state particularly: per revue, and publ 1
rate lira single bid for which ? a re re
pound ,
frljIPW: y(uk. and l lias for sale! on per /en cota, June 28tb, 1827-17-3t. foot, for any one of the frames with the form, such of these 1rrm! ,ent
they will furnish, and they h.aUbe informed "kech": ,
Ccf,s -nlTtf'IH, the following articles; viz : 01 the reception of their proposals, either TAKEN3J? proportion o* promiscuous timber rcquir shall be deemed rno.t wo-.y! Of IS
86 Males tin of the first quality, should be disposed to of pr\.ser-
) by letter from, or on personal application ed als:>, ( they vation.bout one thir : of tt;<
50 Uc.xcs Cider.: the twenty-seventh I fer' for their terms cubical feet ,
more,) per he'
I embracing a tour
k to, me at Cantonment Brooke, .on ON ttiroag.i: i: north!
t f
25 do. rcrtcr, the day above mentioned.JOHN day of June, 1SY tnd I. foTa 50 ptices smoked Beef-one half for p.\la LilUI. and committed to the Jail of I cia tI, that i is, a 74 a 44, and a sloop.) with of hngland with additunal noti-JQuttt,,

toiling and one Italfit-r l ssvng.Junt Asst. Ctm'y. Subs. i hi-. City, a Negro man ; tne promiscuous timbcr, designating; in I Pans aud London, has m>t ve' Or

P"I fcaro!*, l:8<::1 iT8:>7"ir-If.' No proposuls will be received after theIst _ .-alls himselfMAN all cases their prices for the frame of a delusive prc.i isi.\sh.) r.-vpr,appetrHVo are Ml*

r,.* n.t"h'r l7, SON ship( of the line, of a frigate, of a sloop,I forth, that the} residuef f ...e wu'k .ta;

I NOTICE I : and tor pronuscuou timber. The offers possess a higher intertst t ian th : -
: r.nd says that In- belongs to .lelm Evs'ns, can be made deliverable a* any one, or already published A fair s't'irha, JUt
ITs; lt'J. \Cn to tin- owners, of private li\ing h in U incl-ester, Mi::iMippi S&idneiro 1 either, or all ofthe yards above mentioned already been .ivcntixiu- -.vori.l awl

: .1\ Lr J I d'lmin Wet Florida, about 24 } cuis old. 5 feet 7 or 8 ; but the terms per cubica I foot deliverable this criterion, the success o- failure; ofth by ji

that depuu surveyors have been instructed i inches high, very stmit l bult, is or rather at each, (if a difference be made subscription must be deter'nmoil

ami wiil:i *Mend.at the time and places ajjellow con plecUjn and his: a scar on b\ the bidder,) must 5istmctly stated. of the author's friends have advised to Som th-

, be'ow: Maiedfor the purpose (surveying his right tliwni)). It is to be understood, that the Commissioners publication, without bs4uiIK:
\ ; such 4f ";ud cbimsas may air in each resper'uc S. will btrlt-ct such oilers, and assignto m but after nature: reflection prj-josalj ;
! district, hereafter <:efin, the provisions of" \n act to provide for City Constable. incur resnonsj.
than entire frame
l less
(not one ,)t bilityofavUiminous work
tl' iiiI nation: :ind' settlement of privatelfc Pcnsucoh 2S'li June 18 7- 17-tf which nay
( ,;: and designate such yards tar the deliveryas be uncalled for the
by pu;:lic. If
: claims in EaV !M!I. rda find for other -- -- --- I any
they ma) judge expedient for the pub profits are lo be realized from
-d 8th I eb. 182r viz. O'r\C \' < Se: !
l purpoce. pas 'llH, President of ttvchteA &, lic interest ; and further, that no money no one has a fairer claim to tile proceed/

JamesV.. F.xumhbama, will attend I COUNTY COURT, 7Ji'.r.e will at an} time, under any circumstances I than hr who has laboured to collect live

at IVnsar-.U tmr tll-. 15'h to the 30thJUN" \ Stales.SN 'lenn. 18.7. 5 DC advanced, and tnal ItHat will be paid I nutciikls and reduce them to form while:

IJis'iict i : *' >uth of the Basis Paral- pursuance of law, I, Jonx QIHNCYAca.MS. L In compliance with an set of the 'Legisbtive until an actual delivery of t1nber ; thai f few are less a -Is to hs-ar the t'XI K-MC of

a! and Vst Dft"ccen Choctawbalc'iieJn.l Pre.-iiN-nt of the United StiUrsofAmerica Council, passed Januar) .]8t1 Ii bond, with two or more sufficient suretiCi; ,P an edition tor the ra-jre gratifiCAtion of

Prrdido liver! do hfieby declare and make 1' 'Heiijainin Clrn ci.ts, ofTen viM attend:! known, that a public vale will he held at.. the restrictions and qualificationscontained will bt: required ; that the nmoum I OOl
at Ppi.y-rola MI-I- the 5''\ to the 10th Au t the LnnJ:! Office ut Tfilicfifixsee( in the Tern in the Act above recitt-d.tor ihe of such bund will be one third the estimated ni..t'i'GNf3.

gust. Distnct North ot the \si! Parallel I, I tory of Florida! on th' S'COIHi1e'ndav: in i ii purpo receiving voti s, for candidates amountf! the cJntr.tcl.llJreo, I. The work wL (.e-co n, r'icii! jilt.)

ami V-etvv ei. the Choc'..wb.\icJiie and Escunib j) December n
'-. Kivers.Jio. i i, lauds l'erciulcilIalI.' to "it : : the next Legislative i Council of this Ter- trn per centum uf the avails of each car each, on fine medium p. per and with a

H. Donelson of FCfl., will attendat Townships; Tw>. 1, au i 2 of Range No. C : fit 'ry, ut tlif election to be held un thc L go will be reserved and withheld, unii i neat type.

: Pt'nS2clia, fro'i t'lt" 5th *.o the lOt of) Townships No. 1, i'i, ">, first \\ t.dav cf Aiigust nl'X'IZ : the coii'rjct .h ill be fully complied "iib[ i U. The price -ubscrihers will be

August. District North :.the Ha is ?P"r end <>, and fractional in ll.e fi:".' Ihgtll't-two precincts. to the is'uction) of the Con.inissioi.cn ; two dollar* a volumr, :su: -,1..ou-t OOllJ

c4e! i AIV \\ c.'bt of the Fsci'ba Hive townships No. 7 k 8, of Range No. 7.Towiisiiijis _.It (. oKiu's Hotel, in Pells&col.l. and th.;tin all deiivuiicsof.*, a due iu '.,' aris, payable on dei.'ery.

The folh: wing sicli.'ns ,t the act above No. ), 4, O, <), At Lammas in the house of Madam pioporiion of the most difficust purts of the III. The work will be put to pTebs, a5
7 trartional
anc townships
alluded! to are put !.s.'ied fcr tne infornu S e h'a. traines: sbdi oe delivered, otherwise, i it soon as the anount of sjjs: np'.i-m hl:
No 3 and 0, of Ran. No. 8.
tion of those co",erned Township) 1. aud fractional 0 I'.1 nilse .oesi'i' !istrict ; three Precincts shall be at the option of the Commission be siitricicnt to justify the exp: nje vf

Sec. 7. And be further enacted, That : ; lovinfchips x>o. y, Al the ( pt house ; ers withhold such amount, in addition publication.

th keepers oJ Public Archives of lii: U lU, and 11, Range No. 9. Al J7itv/ tj,ill man's, in Florida ; to the ten per cent. above mentioned, 'rrp rs'n s holding sn' '}szr-j.ti;; )} p*
ivrdVest Florida shall furnish to the L Township No. 1 p.n'l 2. and At II L. lo!7otf'so i the Kscambia. as they may judge expedient for the public i per arc requested torstn i.ic.n ji ear

Survevor of Public' lands in Florda/JVith- fl net:nnal townships And il is furher Ordered, That the interest, until such dericient proper ly as may bt- convenien .

}i out d lelxy' a description of#8ch claim t.I> land 12 I| pcison.n I'.niied: a: J"ld lgrsin the foliowin>(; lion dilficult timbers shall! : be dclivt-u-d ; "-CW-Yoi'. :Jd Mi', is:!.
No. 10. II
'. land u bich shall have been Ci :*,firmed I.All situate South of ftanjrc t-fiiuucr.-tion, are hereby appointed and ai.d it is further to be un clstood. thai Stircri''ous: I-- -rived at .''Ii"i tt; -..,
base line and I
! wh-ch shall specially designa'e the quun- I I East of the meridian. I required, ;" piesi) idt' at the several pre: all payments will be nude at the placesof : -.t1& t'1',.,II. 4. b 0') .rL > .. '.-3

local.\y.( knd connexion ot M'ch I.tity I The Townships I are to he offered in the cmcrs.111. io w I.scb thei- names are att t.chec1 I. delivery.Those IL 'A

I claim,and w'ere the conlirniaaton ma-; order al-ov dfsir.-Jii.ti-d. ; Ix-ginuiny with tho Cully's Iloil, who may offer to supply any part Or Flowers/ of Literature
bsve been made on a gran*, ur survey u l lowest Dumber oj Sfi'tiou in ruch. Pablo Palmes, of this timber arc further requested to

. : ;-.'pyl the courses and d- !tanic-s con i.auds reserved i'y law, for the use of Sam!!: Patterson, state particular! their own residence, the \\Vit and Sentiment,

i t u'iu-d: mnuch grant o? survey and tlu Schools, or (or othor! purposes, are to bsoxclml'd Alicajah CrupperAt names and residence of tb'ir sureties, to
j ciatp ( f the surveyor grant and it shall I: from de.! Barancas, forward letters from such persons staling rOjii 1S27.

b" '.':t cuty of'he Surveyor of the public Given under my hand, at the City of Wash Sebastian Caro, thcr willingness to become sureties and i ','Office' of the Saturday Kv. P ost.1

i.r ol n. Florida to c\usc: under sucbinns I4 I- higtou, this tweiitv-eighth day' of May, (e Itt ti no Serra, also to forward evidence ot" the competency '-!(. lpllat c. 2. J Blu. 5t.1
receive Irom the A.. 1). 1827.: Kphraim Mills.I of such H t;
I :;11 c: : as he may persons as sureties to the CASKET or Covert cf liter"
"f1,t" ":r) Department, the siiid claims loi. John Quincy Adams. At the Court House, amount f!)r which they may beconu:: i -s. tart?, Wit "il S: uncut, which! 11".

4 bt :/i. '."-\ ed, and connected with the By the I'lc-Fidoiit : Silvester Hill, I b eimd. All oiler are to be tiealed and L nu-1 nu lInpl'ecf.dt'lltillcl''a'i of pa-

'Z'J.p! :lines vf the puolic surveys, CilX: ). GRAHAM, Frai'.cisco Moreno directed to the Commissioners of the Navy Irons during the lust six r'enthsvIilafter)

:1n..1 > ve to them their proper town- (011l11U. .r'' ner uflbe General Land Office John Campbell. I and endorsed \\'ltI.IC: following the present vol.): i is finished each number
Ii} i'ti ectional; iuiiibere, agif LS bi23t.Irsiiavs. James Spillman's.Andr'w words, viz : offers to furnish Live Oak, contain 40 octavo p.igvs, pr.ofed11:1

*' *' 'I' 'rrd\ bcrptions, and he shall -'n ,. .P. -im".,.t"'"","'' I under the adverliaemeul of 12ih March, on fciriull handsome t)'?;e, upon the finest

\.a't :f .ir.-c' plots! 'uul certih'caU's o! :\ Sale James _pllIllun; f 1827." paper, itched and covered', and finished : -*

rh ". 'h,- -a i.o, one ot \\ hicti shall! btu i if Jamea Gardner. The timber itO be inspected and measured at the low price of Two /)011 a.-. and
I ..: *'v lii *! f.f t S ",rille of a decree of the At R. L. Cciton's, cents
P. !U' : tI:: ..; ; Mfii- ;.'r ihe fbtricl): innicb jiL Court for the District of West Florida, David Williams, bv the Hoard, a copy uf'Ilicl.. may be collection from the choicest pieces ot f ihe

tii;' 1;". .} zt1 juiii the other fchall I"r'l 5 ninou-Trd at the last May Term, in fm..tr Joab Gaines, obtained on application to the Navy Agent Saturday Evening Post, made with a reference -

:.,.... :' r tlII!llll. J r*u it sj.-i.i "' of \nuroe.'aro and l wife' a ;tinst Joseph W. Hall.A either at i'ensacoia, Savannah, to the difference whtch' should

'l..' .:..ts ui\tyor to wsthtPiiI J' H.I \hhf: s-i jtnd Do:hingo Lopez; I true copy from the Record. Charleston S. C., Norfolk, Washington. exist ii; the material* of weekly ju: er,

:. a .. :. -, '< he shall have reason t" shill sell fir' mortgaged: Lots and premises i%1. Crupper CPk. lUltimnre-, Philadelphia, New-York, IJos- and 1\1SE of a monthly publication, the

? }._ ". i:' :h ids claimed ar-. (',hc"- named in said decree, for cash in Pensacola 16th June ib27-16tr.S ton, or Portsmouth, N. H. former (course enriched! wuh essays

: b- .. ;: : ...t intfiied to be con hand!, j in front of' the Court JOllS in Any bid not made in conformity to this poetry, anecdotes, an.} those set off by a

.r' ( t t.- ;e j r: tall :t1pe.r; lint: Me stirci the City of Pensacolu, on the 28th day of lA \ u advertisement, or that may tut be received recital of the occurrences of the week.

"i' ;. i:' it"r \' ;:.; !: the l 1lil\\ 'IN .!.iMM-ed has July next, agreeably to the dimensions .BOTAMC *' within the time herein limited for receiving The latter can receive little value froma

fa..t"H: .' ". ;.' ",.' .L0tt.< "t a? t'.' date of the speeded in the mortgages wit : one bids, cannot be considered. mere detail of events, imny of which

I.lIh.I'_; A'iit! ; ::if dal.h1oaiS con quarter of Lot no. 112, fifty seven feet .. ... GARDEN .r 5-.to 1st July 1827. would cease to be interesting
!1r'I' i. front on Alcaniz! street, by 06 feet on Cu- I and Nurseries, Long Isl.tnJ, near New were recorded.

:" '2. /?.'/ t. further enacted That na street, and one'half Lot no 297 for York-WILLIAM i PRINCK, Proprietor.; rtL} Tnt ,vast quantity cf matter crowded

ctst' *" .v. "? oiCl-t :,'.> ivi tui'i; c tiioii.-i.iiHi ty feet fronton Gobierno street, by 170 -The new Caiulogues! for 1827, of this B..TCeriiED by small type and careful arrangement*

.:.h-p !:\iiutrcd a( I'---, which have been filed deep, with :jll the buildings and appurtenances establishment, we ju>t published, and AND FOR SALK into the co'umr.s' of CVtry number of the

\flt li Uf commission ,rs, or witli the Uegisur thereunto belonging. If this I ITMV be obtainedgrulit, frj.n: Mi-ssrs. T. At the Pensacola Bookstore Saturday Evening Post, will in the
i'd Kecvivtr of t the Land Office- property should not pay the amount of ap.J l J. Swords, 99 Pc-ari stiet-t, ad: persons course of a month, furnish the most ample

forWcfit Florida, acting HS Commissioners the decree, interest and costs, I shaH sdl at a distance, who may desire: it, by : a complete and general assortment ofQUILLS materials from which to form an interesting -
: lov ;atljtulicatin on claims, or of on the same terms, and at the same place dropping a linu to the proprietor to that J periodical work such as the Casket
4 t and on the same day, as abovi* stated UCCI, will have it in. has been considered
f chuma which ave been filed with the tuntiy sent to tlitm I hv ;its partial
C:;' r.son.'s; ; adjudicating1 claims to one quarter of Lot no. Ill, 4S ri et fronton jreeo' chygc It ii *n. aJi:; be obtained friends and such as we intern!, it shall be.

land ri Kasi Florida: or which, under the ; l.'una street, uy 8 i half of lot no. Ill, 43: feel front of the (PHm. Tr.isestublisnment: ;; but collection
4this Cuna uiiich is K
on f'om
pr"v>'o' s act, may be filed w'rli :lj Wanted the columnsof
a of
: stteet, and an t-qnal depth hack was ci>a.n>encer '*i i.'. ut Inc niiutile of quantity Geese Ea the
the Register and Receiver of the Land! i together the gle.;' and 3vainVihgs.. Saturday .Evening Post, we Confi
Office tor East Florida, and \vich! claims with all trie ouildin!s and apuitenanccs last centurj, and ba: kept rotistantly in'creasing tfl'aCoL, 1st March 1825.V'e dently predict, and indeed we are sanctioned -
I i thereur.to belonging.. Sale ever Ince i it hv far the ,
to in the
lia\e most
it! ( Ofii reported agun.sl by said ex-- experience we already/
( UI'flhIUflCti, or by ih* U- ister uml( I commence at 10 o'clocK A. M, j I tensive in the L m:1;. and, in addition! !; to have, tha; its most,numerous patrons yiil

Receiver, kludl cau-'C tic same to be Sr V\ illiam eiebroe, the iir.mer.se q'iisni-ws of former 1.ZEUICAN r nMJB.. be found among the subscribers to 01-
connected with the lines of I years, the new <. riV-i'mjue comainH \ wish that every Ineni of t
Township tha Marshal 1. 1-". above weekly paper. A large number of those
public Survv>>,'a.I1(1 SI!ull furns to .the Pensacoh, June 25ih I82171t. I 500 nc& vtiti'et & of Fruit*, never (>fred journal should understand, and that th who take the 'Post" depwul upon tint
Sun ot the publicLaid in Florida _. I i I! before to ihe iinir! {, an-t, nm in.. n..j--o. I would have 'the kindness to make for the of
eyrr. v.w* tj-'-J.-n 3* I paper news the week-it w
sion of other
sucli inloniii.tion: as will enable: -him to NEW ESTAHLISIJ tENT. any establishment in Ameri' that lo cny one who will proC therefore read with avidry by almost every

earijibit; accurately, the said claims on hi ca. The collection now offered to the I't' /our sIlscribersauic1 feuiit on their member of the family here it i is received
township plats, und the lands thus claimed TheAND public i is as fulioiv.s : 172 varieties of Ap account g20, we will send a tutu cop of ard this general use frequently in

s'.iali be reserved irom sale ; Provided plea ; ?02 of Pears ; 76 of Cherries ; 139 the American Farmer without cliarge-or, jures its appearance so much as almost to

the ii.formaiion required to enable [ ofl'lunis ; 25 of Apricots ; 84 of Peaches any one who will procured/foe subscribers, render ,t unfit for the file and for binding:

the Surve)or to exhibit iiieni on his tou n- Eagle l Taveru ; 20 of Nectarines ; 100 of Almonds ; will be allowed to retain g5 on his remitting The numbers too, by this general Urrf

t snip plaTs, sLall have betn turnist!,ed to : 14 of Mulberries; 6 if Quinces ; 16 of the remaining .$ O."e beg also not uufrequenllv lost, -mutilated of tae

htm with n one leaf after the lines of the Figs ; 16 Currants ; 15 Raspberries ;, to repeat, that all u Inch is necessary entirely destroyed, and ihe file truibruk-

Township within which such claims may 47 of Gooseberries ; 20 of Strav.benifcs ; to be done by "any one, wishing subscribe en.-The Casket is calculated to prevent

: lit.. shall have been run ; or, w ere the TRA VELLER'SRL'S.T. 19 of Walnuts, Chesnuts, and Filbt-rts ; ts to enclose a fi\'C0113.)" note bv this inconvenience, and to furnish, at avery

Township lines have already been run, IHE Subscriber informs the public 10 of Medlars, Persimmons, and PH )HWS ; mail, at the risk of and addressed to tin1 cheap price, al! the useful matter

witlin. one year from the passage of this I D that he has opened a house 257 15&of J Hlderri.sand Whortleberries) ; Editor of the American Farmer,BultimireJ' I fo: which the weekly plpe'wouM be desirable
-and whether the
act. of Public Entertainment the. Grapes, comprising finest wine money be received or when bound.-!n thus giving apermanent
Communications to these SarTCJS :n and table Grapes of France. I Germany not, the paper will be forwarded imme
) relating house formerly occupied by 'Maj. '-Il all Italy, f.mu. and select association u
made to the deputies respectively for that purpose fronting the : and the Crimea, and are priced at from I diately, and the actual receipt of each the choice pieces of our weekly contributors

J at Vensacola post paid, will receive proper square, which he has i1tted.up in a public convenient 37 cents to gl each-they are also offered number of the volume will be guarantied it is confidently nlllicp; ted tint

ali llhou, and to enable the 'Survey manner for the reception .of tra JI m assortments of oae.dozen each, $S by the Editor. new and successful inducements will fn

ors to complete the duties as early' aspiucticable Tellers and other. His table will always for the first, $Sforthe second and $4 The American Farmer ;is published held out f'r the exercise: superior brent

it is expected that the claimant be supplied with the best which the for the third assortment, and they'will be weekly, by J. S. Skinner, Postmaster of and unusual cii-e ia our literary department

t will place them in possession of the market can afford, and his bar with the' selected to suit any 'climate from Maine: I Ualtimore, printed on fine paper the size -m addition t') the recommendation

evidence of title without delay. best of liquors. No exertion will be to Georgia. The collection of ornament ordinary, newspapers, folded so as lo of neatness in the gen rul appearance

Robert Butler, wanting on the part of the proprietor, al Trees, Shrub,and Plants; consists of nuke 8 pages ; about one 'half or four -and ,particular attention lo toe typographical

J 'Surveyor Gen. T. Florida. to render general -satisfaction to those 1053 species, and of Hoses 500 most L pages, devoted to practical Agriculture ; execution, i: is our in( l1tilll1
who favor him with splendid varieties, including 70 of Chi the remainder to Internal Improvements. to embellish each !
Tallahassee! 6th June 1827-16--4t. may their 'companf. II number of the vCus-
His nese monthly Uosei. The Green Rural and Domestic Economy selec-s- et"
stables are veil calculated for a'num-, House : with three lundsom; ngrsivi )Sf
I ,lions
ser 01 horses-and gbodand attentive department consists of more than 20,000( *. for housekeepers and female eadsrr from the h.tuithofsnue of ;he nic:t *-
For Mile Ltrw :
Ostler will at all times be at band. Plants, and contains all the most beauti tnt Natural History, and Uura Sports. languished artists Qt'tbe ct4...ntrx.
Families .ful and interesting species known. A minute index and title page to the 1 With these tbe
House and Lot situated or Gentlemen who wish olaiins to .patronage
a THK the. Public Square, the cJ\n be accommodated with private Day a.' New :York, March 20.aui whole volume ii published, and'forward "f1t kelJJ*wil|, aa has been prpviooslymentioned 1

\ piopeity of the late Col. Vm.t partments TaIla.husee'Dec. Surgery. A single number will be f ent toany one. fur thqt the
Kiu-Fortertns apply toF. iSIti.4frWRE |>wpr ejcli,*ircly at
,. JOHN S. FARIUNGTON who may desire to see a specimen of thc m low price-of 4,5
H. Nisbet. M. I). per ser, a IUb9Cl'lptlol1
t. or Four gentlemen, who may SPECTFULL : which it ij i confidently believed, is
P..ns.'ola 6th April 1827.k .- U wish to retire from the bustle of the .' of Pensacola, that informs he the citizens I. To all ,Editors who will give the above iiiuch lgerthan tha| fir any other publication

:1) 4 :, n.y Ansence t'apt: M"Crupper; is au- Town during the Summer 'month, can the piactice ,of his profession has commenced this indebted one or two and insertions we shall feel much I of a similar cjiarjcter in tlr.s
be will
accommodated with' gladly reciprocate Iheir country-but to the "The
comfortable boardat sqbsclt.es cf
I thorvzcd to receive and pus receipts the City, and may tie connuUcd on all occasions kindness.P. "
: ot an\ monies dpe roe, also to make oontct.1or Ferry-house, on Deer .Point ; and ,at the house of,Mr. J. Smith Wa 8.The ltmencanF"rmer Saturday Kveimg; (!t.J>i'". 'rhe Cas e.4.
have privilege of the a w'circulated will be turmshed '
the hue of my negroes, &c. r fe"1-b whea ter street! where all applications in hw.professional top ,. 4 '
,' C. \Villis.I I coming orer with passengers. business, will be through every State anil Territory, AllI.sS0LEX.NUER..., .
'vr'l ,
and in
I For terms apply at tb;. office. .ebeyed and'dilUgently .promptly 1' written for by many of the mos!: Philwlelphia.Subscriptions : .
28th! 1827- -& Pcnmcolalith attended to. distinguished practical) farmers in '
1' ios Msthh1,832V fJ'cQ1iCO14th to tUe CASUT i\.c
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; 18? ,-1-t11.I Union.. ., .
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