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 27, 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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!& WaaKLY: ur indignant,- and mercy- rcnres weeping With uttcoaaing perseverance and consummate t'Bat even wpen Greece shall be: destruction" which has ever MMnBMMagg come 14'

front the skilly until their efforts bad i free; bow much upon
w. ASELz EONZ scene. more will remain to I and seems yet to await, all human in
Liberties of be
SOLE EDITOR AJID' PaIJPJUITOR; It would seem that; upon no ground completely secured the ; done, how many Nations. are yet stitutions. What are the rocks and

7UiAer /:* Liictcflfvs United Stales. whatever could such scenes of horror their Country, and their genius had :1: groaling under the iron rod ofpower 1 quicksands upon which other States

5tT5CRIPTtOYCatIIafyeer! g5 and violence he justified } but the 'Yarned that noble Constitution whichis 'What a night rest upon Ireland, the and Nations have been shipwrecked

3 the the pride Rnd glory of Americans. : land of the generous and of the bravs The
wild: ambition, of a tyrant, cruelty ,, nature of my address will not
Qrarteryenr 1 50Subscription and oppression of a despot, the! raging Unexampled in the history of nations the land of genius, of beauty and of permk me to do justice to this most in-
payable in advance. i is the which, in the short I valour how
thirst for power, and the bloody persecutions progress ; mady indignant patriots teresting and important part of my
it .tV!'TRTISIcG.Every width
r.rinoie than tv "lye l liae6 of this tyj)c,first 1 1inr j only causes of \\ar ; there is a cause has made; we have rushed on with I I wrongs ; how many heroes are without adverting to some of the

"..*'(>n one dollar each weekly cont'mu- j vtiicil can hallow even war itself, giant strides and atta'ned: a station j r weeping} over their country's shames; most prominent points which present

mice f ty cOn:*; )lonpcrand ;i.er onss at there is a righteous cause which heaven -i high in the scale political existence, J bit there is a fire there, which though themselves to the mind. The seedsof
the ':U;: rate. Kulp ani work: I that has batlled all cal it
figure with a rapidity I tmr seems to slumber and is dissolution be
will sustain to found
there is which are in the
a cause
(; )thr: price: for the !6''>i ipscj'lion. Ail- I ITrtiHIH'J.:5 ;
culation. 0 what cause of gratitude smothered, like the subterranean moral evils .
: Mill he t&MrAiliv dj L)11)'cd.1 will r-illy :around the standard of liberty abound in society. -

&ctrd" .. f) ie nai're of tic.n. and will! I the w;\;e, and the good, and the to God do we not perceive and t feel fcipes; which rage in the bowels of Tb foundation upon which we stand

t;*'.TflPaUd t by. inr.itcrof this: size i t\pe. t just mm of the earth. It was such a when we reflect upon the present ,die eartliwill one day burst forth with cannot indeed be shaken by anf storms
'". .Ie.i inv4- -t intervals 1 (tit i Iq. net ini t happy situation of our beloved coun volcanic fury and involve in fearful Truth, Justice and
cause;\ which] roused the heroes of thoRovoluuon are
.:r: vr cry \rccjc, u.1! itic 5 r.rst to the tryVe! enjoy religious, as well as rums her ungenerous foes. There is pillars firm and imperishable as tho
and induced them to make
lat i In ;ort'ou: each iujcrtion will be
) desolates I
political, liberty; while war f a redeeming spirit gone abroad from throne Jehovah. But
attcertie1acnt.-A1nnIflf forpnyablc that daring and successful etTort which we may abandon -
E'I a" a new I
the nations of Europe, Asia '.me'I our land the firo which burns
; those
co..W't'\t1ring alivaj"? 011 demand. sealed the liberties of their country, upon principles ; we may
liberal contract, jill be made with and rescued from the tyrant's grasp, Africave are in a situation. almoit our uliars: has kindled a train which substitute uutempored mortar in various -
&hMe who wish to a ir rtisc by the year. inaccessible and remote from its horrors shall never be extinguished ; and parts of the
their homes their: families, and all superstructure ; we
\\IJ": Coraininviealioui directed to W. ; the tempest may indeed rage a- there is a day coming u'icn all Europe may desert our station and
that dear them. They plunge
; Ihs JI! Hunt, I'od Master. Peusacola, rill was most to
round our borders, but there Is peace Asia i and_ America, all contii head-long into the rasing of
hr duly attended to. had done all that men should do, or waves;
-- an l security; within. To what nation i nents and Islands, and every Niiioni ife's tempestuous oJ.CmWQ '
:! sea. notmerer
--- ; -.1 I could do, to avert so dreadful a calamity I ,
: Al Oa.90.: ; they fouHjnmh-ted and borne are we now inferior 1 or sy;'**'$ Wt I i Si-ite 'ind; Country under Ileuven, ** in this, and every other co'n-

.:-:=- -.c------.- =-- - oppression until patience was exhausted hot uponthe very pinnacle of human I[ shall be involved in one vast conih- miinity,'in the North and'in the South,

Delivered at Wckbvillc, (Jackson ,when forbearance would have I grandeur and happiness ? In Agriculture gnition, wheu tyriuts and despots in tho East and in the West, the love

County, J.".) July 4th, 1827, by been degradation and submission a in Manufactures, and in Com ;shall: ; miserably perish, when Castiles .of power, the thirst for riches, the desire .

flatter WILLIAM. HOK. crime; they had petitioned, they h.d. merce ; in aits and sciences; in lie-: and Inquisitions, and prison-houses, of fame, an anxiety for titles,

Low-CITlzENs.-Bythe mercy remonstrated, hwy had implored ; rature: and pli'iosophy ; in politic! nd dungeon.md thrones, and crowns with luxury: and dissipation, all cooperating

of Divine Providence, we are permitted they had appealed: to every principleof strength ; awl in mor.-jl, and religious; : &.sceptres, shall crumble into dust ; against the simplicity of republican -

once more to nsscmble ourselves honor, of justice and humanity worth!., we are inferior to none. The when the dignity oLman.shall. be asserted institution Are we not

Ocean IS whitened with the canvass of ; when hL rights shall bo acknowledged constrained to admit that there is
around tho altar ofliberty, to celebratethe they had warned, but all in vain, their yet, .
day which to every American citi petitions were disregarded, their complaints our ships, the STAR SPANGLED BANNER i I ; When TilE WORLD SHALL I enlightened as the age is, a great deficfoncy .

zen i U justly dear. This is the Anniversary were unheeded, insult was waves proudly in every qinru'r of he I BE FREH.. :I in knowledge, a want of moral

of our NATIONAL INDEPEN added to insult, encroachment followed globe ; the forests are levelled, the B let us pause a moment and in : honesty and political integrity. Do

DENCE. Ii is our political sabbath, encroachment ; for them there was swamps are draiiied, the wilderness is the midst of the luxury feeling, and ; we not daily witness acts of intempe-

and in all the luxury of feeling in no redress, they had to ,inin: the cup smiling with cultivation, the desert is the high toned enthusiasm, and the 1 ranceof oppression, and injustice?1 Is

which it would be almost criminal not bitterness to its very drc' s; there blossoming as the rose ; even the em- proud and lofty emotions, which we not corruption stealing into our political -
pire of old Ocean is invaded and I this day experience when we contemplate institutions and
such would : ; : extending through
to indulge on a day, we was nothing but contempt, and slave
unite with the thousands and the millions ry, and shamr. 0 who would say that I Territory rescued from his waves. the happy situation of our country -. all their ramifications, & does not infidelity .

of our fellow-citi/ens, who theirs vis not a just clI1 crIw! will I There is a spirit of industry that no and reflect upon the mighty influences yet exert its. baneful influence ?

thionghout this; broad and rejoicing Uame! them if they,did wash out, with obstacles can repress, there is a spirit which our bright example is Fellow Citizens, painful is the con-

laud are thronging the temples of liberty blood, lie foul stains which pollutedtheir I of enterprise which nothing can restrain already exerting in the world, and anticipate cession of these facts, they cannot be

and raising to heaven their honor They fought, not to oppress I ; roads, canals, and every work what it may yet effect through denied ; neither would it be wise to

grateful hearts and voices but to deliver]: ; liot to destroybut I internal improvement, which an enlightened succeediug ages; let us devote some disguise them, for we must understand

Tile history of the revolution is a to redeem ; they were not aciu: i policy could suggest, are portion of our time and attention to the disease befora'we can successfully ..
I daily increasing. The altars of God considerations of a more serious cha apply the remedy.
talc which
Ins been often told, and teil by a wild ambition, they contended 1 1i
i are raised where throughout the racter. Have we not much to dread from
time have 'enderest for fame dominion
many: a our sympathies n';t nor nor
been awakened, and our indignant power, neither did they seek, in the land. The grovos and seminaries of The voice history and the expe- the spirit of party, which so often

spirits; roused, at the contem- blind intolerance! oft stern fanaticism: I learning are in every State and in every rience of all ages, proclaim that in human rages in our country, and scatters the .

}pbtion of the semes oi oppression, to bind men's consciences: and to fetter I II community ; the temple of scienceis institutions there are the seeds of seeds discord: throughout all the

Vrur, and triumph, which that eventfulp.rJ the human will. No, from their peaceful open, it is thronged with votaries ; certain dissolution. Do we not fLitter ranks society ? Have we not seen

h : poilrays ;-hut tlc) events I labors in the field, from the sacred religion -ind philosophy are working ourselves and fondly hope that our its pernicious? effects extend to tho social -
hand in hand and engine of is framed of material circle, disturb the and harmony
tvir.cu; ; we thl-ilny: cJinT5trmorate, are retirement of their homes, from every Consiitution peice

c'\ e:1s of no ordinary! i interest ; time the gros oflearnill and the altars of! r.ionl and political grandeur is in live- which are imperishable ; that our I of families, array relative a-

m troys not th,-ir importance ; dis- God, nuMi of ill ranks and con.:litions, Ijost: : operation. What n ition does free and happy institutions are founded gainst relative, and friend against

t uicu lessen.s ii".t their value ; upon boys and grey headed -sifes i the rich not court our .illhmce 1Vlmt 1 tyrant,( upon the firm basis of moral and friend. And have there not been occasions '

iji' }v.ee of history, which proclaims ; and the poor, the rearneil-imd the i ignorant loos not dread mir power ? Whit njtuiMl: rights, and thtt as the eternal within our recollection, whenit

the ('ri:," ipation, of our country froma I oven the ministers of our holy captivelot's not look to us for deliverance principle of truth and justice must : has shaken the massy pillars of government

j> Kinjfful l and degrading slavery, we religion, roused by every insult, and 'I America sMnds indeed a, ,;Und forever amid the ruins of time,1 and threatened our happy

,o.:in.dwell. forever, with. feelings. of the. by very wrong, _which could fire the i proud &:, unvoiinj!: monument( amor.lgSt and continue tho same_through all country- with all the horrors of civil ,
\i'.! '.- the iiaiions of the earth ; an asvlum succeed nave been \V"dr.'Ve are but.men,frail and finite,
1a t. interest; with emotions ot the spirit of man, and by the cries j for ,.as they through
El int ardent gratitude. vengeance which resounded .through for the oppressed, a refugo for the all past, ages, so may the superstructure and from the very constitution of our

The injuries which our forefather out the land, rushed forth to w.ir. wretched, a home for the destitute. of our Government which natures, there cannot but exist differences -

sustained, the oppression under which They unfurled the banner of freedom, \Vhat effects has not>>ir bright exam has been raised upon a foundation opinion ; it is impossible that
I pIe already produced: and who will which resists the of time we should all think alike ; yet we are
they groaned, we may forgive, for I they girded on their gleaming swords, even power '
well have they been avenged ; but and appealing to the God Justice-, place a limit. to its happy consequences 1 ; the universal destroyer, endure till freemen and may fearlessly express :
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hover will be effaced from our memo that mighty though unseen being, who To the Southern part of this vast time shall be no more ? Ou what our sentiments ; it is our birth-right.
But can we ever forget that we are
ry their devoted patriotism, their noble rides in the whirlwind: aud directs continent, the flame; of Liberty has ground do we hop3 to escape the

struggles, their heroic fortitude, the storm, they braved the power of long since exten.led, there, the fire of. common lot 1 Why should we be favored Americans, children of the samofamiy -

their patient endurance, their unparalleled England! in the day of her strength patriotism} has blazed there the stand with exemption from an uni- a people bound together by the

1 valor, their mighty triumph. aUd of her glory ; -like the stripling ard Independence has been unfurled I versal law 1 The enquiry to us one most sacred ties. 0 ur political union
bas been cemented with the blood of
Their renown is imperishable ; the Davidjthoy dared to battle the haughty there the battles of Freedom have ;; immense interest. All experienceis
heroes. We have home
one common ,
laurels which; adorn their brows will giant of Piiilistia, they rushed on almost been fought, there the plains have against us. In one common ruin

never fide. Their deeds are recorded certain ruin, they counted not been 'drenched with the blood of heroes Monarchies, Empires and Republics one common country, and in the midst

in the temple of fame ; the Genius the cost, they saw nothing ahead but and there too heaven h:is smiled have bein involved. What has :. of the political contentions and con-
of Liberty will watch and become of the ancient Egyptian, Assyrian dieting opinions, which distract our
over preserve slavery, and shame, they spurned their upon a righteous C-ULSC. But here
have in view the end
them.Important. lives such conditions their watch- wafted Babylonian, and Roman Em- i peace, we same
; on we must not stop : a spark, a. 0
changes, in governments ward was liberty or death, they drain- cross the vast Atlantic, has reached pires tVhere are the Republics of -the welfare of our beloved !/.
thou with sectional divisions
which have been long established, or ed their veins of blood, they conquered the shores Europe, and kindled the any, or of every, age? lu one remorseless Away boundaries and the, .
ami geographical ; ;
great political revolutions of any kind or died. Their triumph, the situation fire in Greece-in Greece oncff the deep they arc all buried. between
which exist
vlwtu\er, hue: so generally Been cha- of our country, proud and enviable land of heroes, I might say of martyrsin I They exist but on the page of history. unnatural the jealousies North and the South 0-,

raa>!is::,<'fj l h\ hrenes bloodshed and : as it is amongst the nations of the the cause freedom ; the countryof And must we too perish, and sink
what cause of sorrow is all this to the
r;'nfu! >ion, .fn friends
Liberty cams
njciiif-'ulc rohM/qijonces, that rcl1 -.ct- our grateful hearts revere ; their nns. Lonj; has the sun of glory! the sail end of all our bright visions of triumph to the tyrants of Europe I

lug nu-u, even liiou gh they admit: then"ivsNJiy tribute of praise and honor, an admiring which oiu'O shone with such resplendent and fond expectations Is there a
Fellow Citizens, we should to
limitto present
u1{ tt chui&., and feel!I'bitterly I world has long since awarded, lustre upon the classic stern necessity which assigns a
the world unbroken front solid
an a
!}'u> i'!*'..."'iire of ciivumsiiinces, will inure j their bright} example be it ours to ground of Greece, been obscured ; a our political existence Fellow ranks
column no chasms in no
< .in evisi i i evil as loug a); it can gaze upon and follow. Unlike the long, dark, and gloomy night of oppression Ckizens, it cannot be. The monu-
weak or
unguarded no mutiny
tie h'Jr'IC will French which terminatedin ments of human grandeur the Egyptian points
t-re ;ncy make an ap- revolution, has brooded over that laud
1 ..; ;o -nd and confusion in : pyramids, and all the splendid ruins discord in our camp. UNION is our
*:.flJl", bee their country utter anarchy Genius. Tyrants&slaves have polluted stand divided
strength- we ,
:,. ttd blood. moral arid darkness the sacred of magnificent temples, and vast
1"v 111 political most the pass hermopylce, that should
toe must fall.. Is it right we
T'j''re is something dreadful in:1' awful, the struggle fur our independence and the blood-stained field of INI.ira- amphithreatrt's, and gorgeous palaces towards

: 1 'l l'n it comes with all its desoJat was crowned with extraordinary thou and Plata.l The cruel Otto nun: iu Greece, in Italy, and Asia, which indulge in bitter animosity occasions
world each other, if on we can-
j:..; far: \, ;iud sweeps over tho fairest success ; a success as far exceedingthe ; with savage fury and fierce fanaticism were once the wonder of the that
not T Is it we
defi- necessary
: ,'oi 0"the earth. It is lamentable most sanguine expectations of the has ravaged their country with ind seemed a* if they could bid agree enemies because
should become personal -
;'" ("'"template every sacred tie of na- friends of Liberty, as it defeated the fire and sword.pollured their temples, inea to time, and brave its power, tIt
be politically opposed
t*.C trampled upon and held iu bitter- I confident 'calculations of our foes. I violated their domestic sanctuaries, were raised of materials perishable in may who
is indeed shame to see men,
CSt derision ; to see the order of civil I Like some proud ship which has trampled upon every right of human their very nature, and they have sunk, a of their
the slow have bled in defence country,
SlcicLsubverted, the rights of man I weathered the wintry gale, the gloriouscause nature, and not satiated with the and are yet sinking beneath side the battles of
and fought side by ,
works of
oiuruoed families in which forefathers of has his decay of time ; but the genius ,
; peaceful flying, our embarked slaughter m-in, glutted in their hearts
Freedom tolerating
terrified from their burning houses during the dark aud stormy vengeance with th oblood of women have escaped alike the ravages of of hatred
malicious -
dark and passions
and. ravaged fields, and mothers, night'of'76, freighted with the lives, and children, aud perpetrated crime time, and tho destructive who fury of the tl I and revenge, and ready to sacrifice -

tm, wives and helpless infants, the liberties, and the sacred honor of darkness, from the contemplation northern barbarian- during eQiidd1e' I eqch other's lives upon the altar
au upon the wide and cheerless her devoted, gallant crew, outlivedthe which the heart of man turns away ages poured. deluge over honor and mad resentment on
World, exposed to the inclemency raging tempest which so long and sickens ; but tho hour of retribu- Europe, and destroyed every record' frivolous occasion. Is this the

of the weather, and the brutal insults threatened her destruction ; & thoughfor tion has arrivedthe day of vengeancehas and every vestige of science, upon every decide an or to bringto
to argument,
oi a ferocious soldiery; witfi no
but tho heavens, no bed but tho upon the angry billows, a. shattered which pervades the land, the .Sun .of hands ;irlae wore founded up the blush, and degrades man to the

14r4 11 earth, no house but the forest. helpless wreck, yet was the damage Greece is bursting! ,once.more: to.:shine on the eternal labors principles of! the of truth immortalmind they level of the brutes.

L$ fearful to think of the calamities soon repaired, and new canvass upon her groves, her J emples.hQr were the :

which prar brings upon the families I spread before propitious gales.: Those mountains and her.plains. The Crescent ; and why should-not a system The FREEDOM or THE PRESS has
which is termed the palladium of our li-
founded.upon been
tl e earth, by famine, pestiJence, noble patriots, who had beeu called is setting in blo9d1 never" again I of Government, bond of union
laws of truth The Press is a
immutable berties.
we, 1\p.4 slit jtrord. ,. when all moral : into action by the great emergency of to arise,and thw baffled powers:of tha : the same, it
nd i which ii also a between the citizens of a country ;
legal restraints are removed,.and. I tho case, and,whose,mightest energies haughty. Infidel reiii aisgrace :;and and justiceand it is the
Ulfuriated man, in the awful depravity I had been roused by the cries of their humbled, from eV ry.' pcounter.' Je-' work of the,mind,prove equally dura- imparts physical strength ;
mind it this
of the gives
oi l ins public ;
heart, stalks abroad to execute suffering country,much as they pantedfor hovab leads.their armies to:battleftheircause bib tI engine
the work.of death, breathing hatred rest and retirement, did not leave is the.cause of; Justice_, and they I Let .us pursue the iryand en- poor man a voi which can heard .

cJ vengeance. Justice.UlIJI wal heir work) 'tmliawfiedj they f beurg mast:prevail, '1 dear te' crta1th.cauGofthv.. by hiIOu4U'Ya; it brings to.lihtmaftl.

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4ed of Jartness ; it operates as a lions of land have 'been maa 0 ur ';most: Inaccessible, the best secured, the calculation ef the tIGnTENED tarS\l \'5 Se

most powerful moral restraint upon legislators, happily, are all alive to the \ ;against the political storms and fluctuations STATESMAN, who perceived the expediency On to-morrow ,

wicked and unjust men ; the Press is i importance- of an enlightened p opulation. of the times. It is the unionof of purchasing this Territoryfrom July 28th, tl t
t and Executive Departments Spain. i 10 o'clock A. M.
truly an organ which tyrants dread. j the Legislative
But it may be abnsed ; tkrre is a licentiousness Parents, if you love your country, 1 1 which wo have particularly But what in so short a time has virtue of a decree of the Superior

of tho press, on the subject ifyou have a regard for the present to dread. The influence of Executive : effected a change, thus great and interesting Court for the District ofvest'I'torilr..
inmensc.rrhis has ; ? Is it the effect of cultiva- pronounced at the last May Tty
ofmorals and theology, which can produce and eternal welfare of your thihlren, patronage is vor of Ambrose A. Caro wife-iJL"U
and !
incalculable! evils in the community you will not, you canno.t, neglect the been the ruin England. The constitution tion merely Why then did Florida John Malaeosa and Domingo LloiE. 5

: who} demoralizing influence is cultivation of their minds. Time of that country is in theoryas remain stationary, and comparatively I shall sell the mortgaged Lots an
1'' dieadfui. I know not a greater evil will not permit me to say much on the free as man can desire, in prac- unknown, during the hundred years, named in said decree, for cTih -

t in society, or one which strikes more I' subject morals, in relation to political tice it is wretchedly defective. So that she belonged to the Spanish hand, in front of the Court ffou.e" ;ill i"

; directly ;:m. fatally at the roo: of the j f prospt rity. Education however, l liflg as the Executive, of that or any Crown.-It is the glorious consequence July the City next of, I'ensacola, on the 28tl da) of
agreeably to the
tree ot hbert}', then a licentious Pro I I conduces most eminently to virtue, oVfcr country, can command a majority of liberty, a remarkable instance specified in the mortgages dimensions, ,.U II
and such of audience ace con- in the branch of the of what the people of a free : "n-
The universal tolemtian j in matters my as ( Legislative quarter of Lot no. 112, fifty
level fect
of i.eligionhichexuisinourcountiy; I, versant with history, will acknowledge i i ijtlmt Government, the people} may pesscas countryman effect, by their moral and front on Alcanu' street,'by 86 feet on C .
is one of the finest features of the I those nations who have been !: the shadow, but not the substance, of physical strength. The subjects of a na Mrcet, and one balfof! Lot no 297 for

(\a.stimtion. Be assured that without i: most virtuous and prosperous, -have : 'liberty.F'cllow. despotic government are alike destitute ty feet. fronton Gobiemo street b/rn

I S religious freedom, there is DO se- I: ever been the most enlightened j Citizens, how great is your enterprise and energy. Our deep tenances, with thereunto all the bu.Uiir.gs and A IIPJ111r., .
for political liberty. An esta- : !There are examples in history, which individual responsibility to coun are indeed most flattering, belonging. |If tbis
(uinry I your prospects nronertv. shoufd not r.t.V, ti........ ______. _
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1111.b-ed! national religion imparts an have been urged as objections, and'I. try. Beware to whom you entrust, whether we contemplate our commercial the decree" interest and"costs, -'UUunt I !lhlIl: sell c[

imnll'nso degree ot strength and influ- which} at first sight may appear to operate your powcr _Your representatives' situation, midway between the on the same terms, knd at the same nllt

ence to the cxccuuve branch uf anygovc'rnml'nt. i. against: this observation. It must should be men of the most inflexible I Ir north, eastern, and the western States, and on the same day a s abo\v tut i

The authority which the 1; be conceded that there was inert lux- r integrity, stern incorruptible patriots. and, should a passage be cut throughthe I on one Cuna quarter street or,Lot 80 no.feet Ill, 43 f"et ft'11:!
by back
Church exercises over its members, !j i ury and refined dissipation in Gieece Study impartially the qualifications, isthmus of Panama, midway be- lialfof lot no. 111. 3fectrront, and !

whether it l.e .the Church of England, and Rome, during the golden agtsof 1 both of the heart and ol the head, of tween Europe and Asia, whether we street, and an equal depth back on CM,

; Kon.e or Geneva, i is but too w. ll literature, that; at any other purioJ-of [the men who represent you, keep a I consider the political importance of Aether with all the buildings tad anurte.to.

known, and all this authority, thrown their existence ; but the change wKich strict eye upon them and whenever I the Territory, as the sea board of the nances thereunto belonging. Sal* to
into the scale of regal or executive took place in the morals of the : you perceive the least want of integrity western States and commanding the commence at 10 o'clocK, A. M.

power, creates a resistless weight of Greeks and Romans, as they becaiie ,the slightest compromise between gulf of Mexico: or whether wo reflect William ticbree,

I influence, which it is almost vain tot more enlightened, must be referredto I duty and interest, withdraw your confidence upon ,the variety of our resources Marshal W.: f

J >ppo)e. .There indeed a source of the streams of.wealth which, from and dismiss them from office, in an agricultural point of view. ntacola, June 25th. 1827-17-&

. iiir.iiite danger to our liberties in the i all quarters, flowed in upon them ; with the broad brand of public con- How soon Florida may assume her :---

1 union of.church and ,state, or in the Knowledge, so far from having con- tempt, indelibly stamped upon thorn. station, as an independent, sovereignState t. _

possession of 100 much poltticallow- tributed to destroy the barriers of virtue Religion is the last, though firmest, in the American confederacy

er and influence by the Cler_.v. Religion was most efficient in sustainingthem bai'rierwhich was proposed to arrest will depend, in a great measure, upon

d has nothing 10 do with state affairs against the corrupting influences the torrent of corruptionwhich is the character and conduct of her citi-

and they never can be associated wealth. Fellow Citizens you spreading over our land, and which zens. The more speedily our resources -

t without being productive of eviL perceive, I am confident, the importance threatens to ingulf us in that mighty shall be developed, the more

There is no tyranny so oppressive of virtuous.conduct, in referenceto vortex of destruction, where all who rapid wil! be the increase of popula

r ecclesiastical tyranny ; I shudder at i the welfare of your country, you have preceded in ages past, ure entombed. tion. When the Indians shall be removed

the very idea of secret tribunals. inquisitions I are prepared adroit! in p.ll its force The powerful and happy from *L_ -_;: s to which: they'

and consistories despoticmoDarcJis the proposition that} virtue is the soul, influences of religion, as conducing to have uo shadow of claim, and a proper

have exercised dominion the very existence: oft Republic, and morality, and thereby securing purity regard shall be paid to the inferior

and authonty over the liberties, lives you must feel your responsibility! to of elections, maintaining the balance qualities of soil, which are susceptible! -- -_- -

and property of their subjects, but the your children, to your country, aad of power, aud preserving our of cultivation ; it will be fouud, notwithstanding _- FRIDAY, JULY 27th. 18277Vcritf

I clergy have aspired to more, and I to your God. Let me conjure you country from ruin, must be admitted the confident predictions sans pear.UJr"VVe .

I I would. exercise.. power over, the mind. then, to_set an example ofmbialiw to 1 by. all. The truly religions. ,man is visionary the.oritsthat there is not -----
IJ. uui. l flCI ca liic CUJIM jWncp and Ihe your children, to discountenance vice the most virtuous- memuer 01 tnc community only sufficient land in Florida to sup- i are rcque3t.'d, to announce !lE.

will. I allude to no particular church, bv example as well as by1 precept) ; ; he is the best citizen, the port the population, which, by the RY WiLso.f the Secoud Usq. a Election; 11 c.ln'11uae District, ti> represent

I bu I do .:\crjtid: lnstorysUIpOrtS me implant in their youthful breasts the most devoted patriot. lIe would be Laws of the United.States, ig required next Legislative Couucil. hi the

I in he assertion, that every church, seeds of virtue, and remember that "if the first to rush into the ranks of v/nr, if this o constitute a Stale; but that Floridafor .......--

,. winch tHiS po>kcsscd political power, you train up a-child in the way he country were assailed, the last-to her strongli! her products, and The irharf!-0nr readers will perceive,
Ins abused thy: power.Vhat his should go, when he is old he will uotdcjrart 'I desert her in the hour of need ; for for hQr political< and geographical importance the bj the ordinance Council in thi, day's pacr, that
kindled the martyr's funeral pile ?Z lrom it." his l there is the safest City hac, at length, taken up
J integrity guarantee will at no distant diy: assume in earnest the subject of a Wharf. ',\j
What bas peopled the dark dungeonsof 1 have said that political knowledge he has pledged his all ; hia.repu a stand, more than respectable, congratulate our fellow-citizens,that we arc(

the inquisition, and fed with human is essential. It i is as importantto tation-honor and eternal interests amongst bur SISTERS OF THE Uxio.v. no h/ii;er t.. 1 hf! disgraced by the sneers uf

L victims the hon id machinery of torture the citizens of a frco country, as ho has committed himself before God And now, .FeHow Citizens, are we !trIrI ,':; who vis.t oar City, to whose feel
IVliat has armed tin; monster literary knowledge. Jurisprudenceshould and Man. Let me remind that ing it is sometimes gl atiug to be obliged
$ you not ready to unite, with the Heroes to rUe, from a small boat to the landing,
persecution, with more than mortal form a branch of education in WASHINGTON often kneeled before of the .Revolution, in the bold apd the backs of Ii'oleggedwre.. And: we oa

energy, and turned him loose upon all our public Seminaries. It is the altar, and invoked the God of his fenrless avowal 01'lhc noble sentiments trust that the stock 10 t subscribed for,will

I tile' world ?? What has so often de- strangely neglected. How can we feel country Let me -tell you that the which they.proclaiined on the day we be taken without hesitation. Let oar merchants :
lud fd J.iiope with bloodand been deeply interested in that of which I and all others who art" mtcfu.ci ill
we most illustrious men, who signed the are ccl brating. When the intrepid : the welfare of the
City come forward
so sad and tool a reproach to the know but little or, perchancenothingt Declaration 0 of Independence, and -devuted.band of .patriots: with iiiid show themselves her Aicndi.Ve now

I tiiti.se of Christ ?-Think not that I \Ve become attached to scenes which contributed to the glorious consumma- fearless hearts and unfaultcring hands, should like to sec &H the :stock taken! by our

would cast a reflection upon religion ; arc familiar to us, we love those tion, were Christians. And who i is signed -Declaration-of Independence own citizens ; but, if that cannot belt!
{ Oh no above all other I friends with whom them at least use their iufiuenc to have itIipeedilJ'
things venerate we'have: daily intercourse ignorant of the h>*tory of the Jewish which was irrevocably to .decide tajtpn. To those
religion. It is, as I shall hereafter with whose characters we people Who has not read or heard their fate and the fate of their ed to the location of the Wharf who as are fixed OppOSe by

: endeavor to establish, our ark arc acquainted, and of whose worth of the National prosperity which the country,how hojnjlessvwasthoir} the Board Aldermen, we would say.tliU

t .of safety, unto which, when all barriers we are well assured. The stranger, Jews enjoyed, when they obeyed the How.gloomy their prospects But cause 0 I is only a (beginning;; -it cannot be supposed: l

,. are swept: away, ir.d destruction whom we have rarely if ever seen, laws of God, and were faithful in their how different are the circumstances in I that in one wharfwiII be sutHciVntfor the Ci-
ty ; a short time it will be
like a torrent is bursting over our can possess but little intorcst in our af allegiance to Heaven's King. And which necessary t:)
this Luild
1 t we day are placed.Vith more and in time nil will be accommodated. -
country, we may safely retire with fections. who has notjOvcr and over ag>iinbeen feelings of prida, and, I trustof heart- plafoz street is at present the-
ample consolation and unshaken con- Begin eaily I with your children, informed of the dreadful storms of adversity felt gratitude, we have contemplated centre of th! (' bUsjuc-.s pait of the City, and
fidence. teach them to [ as business inc reuses: other wharves will heuecctl"ary.
venerate liberty, and to which beat upon them, when the present: situation: of
our happy Let all join in the
But enough ; xvc will no longer dwell count lifo a worthless bubble wiihouf they rebelled against the moral government country ; we have, it is true, painful all till Jo accommodated in beginningand t lue. Me

: upon the gloomy catalogue of destructive it. Lot them fully comprehend the of Jehovah and rushed into as the task may have; been, considered believe that a wharf in the City is of immense -

cau'Ies.fwc' me sailing o'er t1 principles of iho Government under vice aud idolatry. Their slavery and some of the evils which exist importance to every cit&-zchanci that
which they live. Excite the amongus all will feel the benefit of it and surely
niid curiosity degradation in Egypt their captivity ;
rough \ ,
iiormy! sea, where )perils and threaten our political existence it will take from
of their us most andgallinsr I
away a just
abound, Mid rocks and -quicksand, upon the subject. in Babylon, the destruction of their ; but we have nat been unmindful subject! of ridicule, with strangers
,I ihonls l and rapids, and ever ambition, Lend them, as Hamilcnr did his son, city by the Roman armies, and their of the remedies which can avert who visit u.

't we meet with), dcccitfnl calms and la- to the altar, and make them wear al- present dispersion throughout the the dangers we anticipate.: To vice S

S' 'ging tempests, thank Heaven weaie legiance to their country, and denial world without a home or a country... and corruption and all the evils "Editors "in he IX'orthern Cities are respectfully -
ielt !bailed against tyrants. And finallv should- be an awful all 0 ,, .. ._ reoucstf! 10 notice the Ordi-
1101 in utter wai uing to man-
nopelewncbs: to let the 7 which uiternaiiy ennanger! the safety nance which is ro'itained in this day's pa-
drive at the merrof the winds and DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE -! kind, a lesson replete with momentous of the State, we can1oppose, most effectually per ; Ui every merchant who has any intercourse -
waves, we have br.ocns ana chartslopuidous I which you have this day heard instruction. the barriers of education with rcr.t.icola; i; interested 13

: and skiliul pilots, who can read, be their political text book. Fellow Citizens, although I have virtue and religion. If we arc faithful the :success of this laudabh: attempt to

steer us safe through} all the intricaciesof ; Let them be as convoi.saut' with its trespassed long upon your patience, to ourselves, we have nothing to City.uppy -8.matedJtI-*..... deficiency in our

I the navigation: ; and, preserve us: contenfsas they are with the most-fa I cannot permit myself to close this apprehend. If we could grapple with 'Cauitonto Mail lalers.-On the Mta

?: ,from impending} i olu.Vc have ample miliar objects} which surround them..; address without making some observations England ,when but a strippling, we instant the ruler, who carries the Tallahassee -

lesoiines! w.thin our reach and we It is i a noble political document, a i respecting this highly favored I may defy ,Europe, yea, the world, in Thomas Mail between Afnqua and Peiisacv; ,
; G.
production of kuman Jones was attacked! t.vd
can by tracing the chain of entices r.nd wisdom, altogetliertrnrivalIod portion of the country, in which it is : this the day of our manhood. .Let a Desperadoes, abmit three miles East by of

rflects, render the application and and worthy of our I our lot to dwell. -How surprising is tyrant show his hated ,faco, there is Yellow HierPost Ofiice.; One of the vil-

MM! ('(Ija1} ;icr.cv. of them easy. .We utmost. regard. the change which, during the lapseof many a Crutus to plunge a dagger to lains discharged. a rifle at him, the ball of

iiit'.rihnt virtue is the soul, the very The principles of our Government a few years. has taken place in his heart. There may bo false hearted which passed through bis hat, within anflCh.Oli
) Jifeof n ItrpuMic ; that not/iing'irftich are much more simple and easy FLORIDA. Some of you who are pre- I traitors in hcdthe other immediately
our ; wretches made at him with
camp a large dirk
to comprehended Spank:!
u morally wrong tan be politicallyrtV than most persons sent, arrived here wlien-nature reigned who would sell and betray theircoun- knife;, with which he attempted'to slab him,

-Id, inH: hi>tory, and recoil, and imagine. I in all her solitude, .when so little try ; there rnaybe minions; who but fortunately only cuMhrough his elolhe
revelation testify, that. upon the know- Every man enjoys a certain detrrro was known of the interior of the could live slaves and crouch the Mr. :Jones made his escape with the Mail.
Jr-c'peaud' \'irtUof a* people must de- I of power and li bcrtydc nominated his country, that authors described as feet of the who at Mnil-c 1rrh'rs ought always to be well aimed,
natural] rightsa portion of which each dismal tyrant, might trample and able to protect the Mail in case of at-
ptud their 1 a region of &.
; political prosperity and\ swamps, ponds,
and tack.V"e
individual surrenders upon spurn them ; !but when I' are happy to tate that we Lave
pcrpetuation.rrhc( remedies 'which for the public! savannascalcurated only for the haunts think of the universal joy.and enthusiasm been informed that one of the above men-
suggest themselves as best calculated good, when society is formed, the aggregate df savage beasts, and almost inaccessible :which pervades the laud and- tioned wretches has been identified, and
relieve amount of power is deposited the-- wild I that suspicion has rested another;
to the moral diseases which to Indian of the forest ; listen I upon
I in the hands to shouts of triumph, which bwth of whom will be
individuals probably apprehendedand
endanger our political existence are terror and desolation reigned
are, deemed ascend Heaven ; when I perceivethe committed for trial. If the offenders
eduction, virtue and religion. by fellow citizens wor- and silence, interrupted only _1y the ardor with which fellow citizens nrc not already taken, it is highly desirablethat
_J ,"'r.I._ !_____ __ thy of the trust. To Pl'c\'cuUhe abwe plunge oi the and the howl 'I _. my. .. __ the inhabitants of the country. in (the
Alligator\ -
V i lilt' Immense or education crowu arounu tHe altar oi Liberty .
Irfllic; this -
delegated power, the Govern- of the Wolf. Now bespeaks I neighborhood: whichthcy have been seen,
-;, I cannot say too much ; it is ment is divided into three distinct independent every on this proud day! and see the !should promptly turn out and tusist in dis'criJg -
the-preaence and the of
the groundwork of e\cry thing, it is branches, which afford energy sparkling eye, which glances haughty I c \ and arresting thec..
each civilized M
-i. preparation of the soil for the future other mutual an. In many partspopula;. defiance at the thought of insult or the I
harvest. Man is almost entirely the support or mutually impose tion is dense.; the country has been explored name.of tyranny.; I verily believe I The BUCHRT hit .1rriud.-on Tuesday

: creature of circumstances The-human these a branches salutary restraint; the first of the climate tested, plantationshave that there are heroes enough in this List the I.a'tofI"Jolitla., passed by the)..tgislalive '
mind employs the power, been'cleared, houses built, towns Council at the last Session, printed -
\ may be trained to with Republic, in a righteous cause to A. S. Thru
any which it is invested, in laid off roads by ton in pamphlet form,
i thing, to love or hate virtue, to desire laws for the Commonwealth.enacting have been opened; canals crush the Hydra Despotism, with its were received in this City. These laws are
'It :
or abhor liberty ; it may be taught to I called the is projected; and actually commenced hundred heads aivd meet the worldin spread over one hundnd mid screr.ty ore
Legisla D
confound distinction epartnieimt.. ,; commercial channels have been pagesnnd its. now just: about six month*
; every between The office of the second is to point out discovered has been I I arms. Stern, undaunted patriots, since the adjournment of the Council. We
right and wrong, and to pervert to the I and superintend the .application of foreign markets; produce sent to sons worthy of their mighty sires, will say Koihing; of the appearance of this

basest purposes the noblest gifts -of. the laws, in the administration of ; supplies are broughtto who would rejoice to pledge their)lives, volume, let those who see judge for themselves
heaven. I do not allude to education to {Hac justice ourvery doors the means of intercourse their property, their sacred honor, .; but we will say that the matter
in a literary sense merely there injured, .and the infliction with..the neighboring States and more too if had "if which it contain would have been com-
...'"'''''..1.1...._ ____I u __ .. .. ., punishment upon the .puiltv.. ., Jt i. ana between" umerent- sections- oi- the- ., .,. they. -- -iu-- the. nrisp-d in 1-2fl or 13Q nrpK. ifariuted in lh s
ilUUUIU: UC il moral ana JOlltlC31, as named the Judiciary- .branch. "The-- cause oi i- tUU ; itepuuticans usual manner; and haiti theproj>o,awbici!
well as an intellectual, training. The duty of the third i is to into Territory, exist; I ost Offices have whom no bribes can seduce, no threats the Editor of this paper offered to the Governor -
effect been
means of education arc within the all the operations of the carry established ; Steam boats have deter, no ganger alarm ; who value been accepted<< the pamphlet r.-ouM!
reach of Government appeared on our waters the have bPCl1 completed leu than six WKKK:
us all there ; Gospelis life
; cannot be but for the with
now external liberty which it is ,
as well as internal. it is.called I preached Academiesare from he time ef the nrrifal of the coy in
urged, in behalf ignorance, the pleaofnecessity. the Executive --Department. amongst us; blessed, and who would prefer war, Pensacola ; say in gne third of the "time
: in There is
Universitiescolleges, this'brief sketch operation. a spring with all its desolation blood, and ruin which has now elapsed; and at an rzpensa
'academies and you may perceive : tide of emigration ilowing into the of less than $400 whereas if correctly
preparatory schools, what a happy 4 and. death, with all ks'terrors, to ; we are.
abound in' I adjustment ofpower Territory, we have amongst us men informed as to the price Mr. Thrujjton -
every part/of-the Slavery and Shame.
republic, there is in our Government, and how of enterprise talents and I is to receive, it has now cost Sc'"E v
and how comparatively trifling is 'the important it must be to preserve the TheTertnity ;of the soil the mildness industry.. : 1.- ......... HONORED juto TW lfTr"Slx' DOUJLRS' ADSEVJJStrFIVE
expense, when compared with the balance. CEXTS. But this IS. Of 00
importance of the object. The fostering is Destroy it and our liberty and salubrity of the climate and the "WANTEH, consequence, for surety the' advantAge of

hand of the Government is 'gone.' variety: of' our staples, render this A FEW 'QUARTS OF TJIK SEED OF having tl) e Law printed under the immediate
extended ejuaic1ary is our strong-hold, the section of the most desirable inspection o(so accurate and vigilant a
to assist those who are not firmest pillar of the Constitution. Iti 'of country The Magnoliaihora. ,Groll11i-. proof reader as GOT DuvaJ,* must bo
,part our Republic.. In short the
favored by fortune with the.means of the citadel worth to the Territory.the"uUmg sum of
educating their.children for that '' justice, a ceutmel, vigilantly ;agricultural, commercial, and political 300V'e! hereby otTer to pii ut'flve,hundred
; purpose guarding the rights and liberties i i
importance Florida becomes.
generous grants and opnropria- of the people and. it every Delivered at 1/';, Office *We examine'Into hiCl tiiiAti(1
IbrWaatety, u thohi day morQ' evident_ and far, exceeds Pewacola, 6th July 1837 j j,this particular njay bcrea lcr. .

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'. paiuplilrt conf.munjjtheuT.ntity :Un1 'Co' Council. 4ijch.iige ofLis duty which bond shall '
topics c. ny Legislative not I out a regular return of its receipts, and n-
$ ot matter a* the one .iOre men- If OXTUb.BI7. Election be void on the first recovery, but shall be pendilures.Sec. .
1st Monday o/Azigitt
tioiird i ior $3lX; and to bind ouiselfto delior CANDIDATES. good ngainst him, and his Fecurhirs, for 21st. Be it further enacted. That
PIED.-In this Cifon the 11th instant,
wroikmin-li'le) detalcaton-and
ttrincxeritipd in a man- every that thCoramisstoners
> ur.r.ux WAI.i.r.n, infant: s-iu uf.'.1''jur Samuel 111 District ; any vacancy who are appointed furopening
r\f'r. s &.jI.lib ?i jj. wetfrom! the tim we ret ccurs inlhe office of Treasurer, from either the book of
I K. O-.erton ; ujc 1 10) month! ? and i!! days- JOHN ur IA HUA.2nd subscription, to the
'!'* .f. ; !\'ickd Wt' have fjnr death, removal, resignation i discltalilicatlon Joint Stock fund shall
(( COP 1" Oil the il!hit ni.-ljiit, Mr. Ett.\Nitx BoMFAV, District ; pay all mor.ws
'.-< cK ]irii't notice that we fhall! havet in the -1-lth } i ar ot hi. :igc.COMMUXICATKD.. D.uw C. PlNKHAH.HKXRY or from any other cause, it shallbe which they may receive, upon each aud
}t e w ..il. to co. \\'c ':AA' {* chic offer nntwith WILPOS. filled by the Board of Directors of the every shore of said stock, to the Tteanu'er

a xicu; ,,(i'*..':
'f."I.I. ; ; :'I LUer ; f.lrw( ';!-.<' to ce those IJien hC'm cut sout ceux .;ue Dieu nnpellonti ROBERT Me KEN ao-r. bond shall be given, to whom payable, the arc taken in aid stock, O..y shall

\\',:(,CII1.)1: r ., ',... I pcMic we!! ptdhut; withj.tiiiiiirly a hir.lnunilions; nuus devant ses ilccictsinais 4th District; amount of the penalty, and also shall approve return the Book to the Secretary cf the

to !1lIt\ cur of.Vracrvptrd and to qiielqur rcsigncs flue la religion uouscomiiiuntle WM. J. WAT.SOX.Ju.lHCA of the securities. Company.

obtain vork .<: the! rite rnuitiontrd.J d'etre nc siippoons pai qu'ex- SCVnLOC.C. &. Sec. 9tb. Be further enacted, That the Sec. 22nd. Be it further-enacted That on

.- primer nos regrets suit une rcvolte contre IIOVVAIU Secretary of the Board Aldermen, shall the first Monday of July and tie first
.';."' .!r. fjRjjrv: uiui drerr 1J r. Vorio: !- 1 atKorite de cclui qui aiinc et qui chatie. JOHN mT.S't' be the Secretary of the Joint Stock Company Monday of January in each niitt tH'Y
I '.. !}t" t-uiul tatee* Jazttie \H. find the fo-! Ancicns kuhiuu* de I'ensacole en moiiu 5/A Dutrirl r I conip.- sing the wiiarf fund, and shall year the Directors of the Joint Stork lu..d.

j Q:1:. dc quin/.e jour deux des plus pectablas JAMES VBL. keep the books, records, and papers of that shall} cause dividendlobernadeofihe profit
A duel 1 Intcly took jil.tco; r.ear llos- d'entre you out etc moissonnos par ]'iuipitoyable > JOHN tIOPON. I concern, and shall do all the business as of tlw Wharf, afterdedtictlnp all rxj .n-

' ton l)"twoon two !fli'IjIflI! : of ;the I : fanlx d'une mort anticip (. Depuis ah: District; : Clerk of the same, for which he shall bepaid M'sand shall pay at their tiis(I'f'tH>n. to each

.: S. Nuvv, tnimr; ;] \Ufl1Ui Grcon, le jour de leur ndissance its out e"le l counns THOMAS S r E lGll 1'. I I a reasonable sum, as hereafter pro and every share holder or to his ;'nt.is

know tlu'in Iniih Yon i is II I I-: ous ccs deux hoinmes aux manes des 7th District ; I vided. proper portion, according to the nnn.hcr
k MO green, quelsdcs larmes ont aujutudhui la settle Wx. ALLl:05ELECTION McR&z.VIIA.UM Sec. 10th. Be it further enacted, That ; shares he may bald ; of all of \hch a
.;d 1 Green is young: lid!; it been o/Tradc qui puissc tre agr "3h:{. E. vain \ WYA.T'r. the name, date, end place of residence, of record shall be kept by the Srcortary

niiiorn'isc they cuulu not have been so cherrherait on i njouter au paucgytique each share holder. with the amount and I Sec 23rd. Be it further enabled. That

fJ)1 lili. After firing tlirrt times, eloquent ct >rni qu'une plume exeic a THIS DAY.ftURSUANT number of shares; with the sun'paid upon I no person shall be eligible to the ufnce of

vitluwl fi'ither: I trace du Colonel Josef >"ORIEOA, ses amis, each, shall be recorded in a Book, to be Director, who is not a share holder in the
rinhliiig n tliay con- to resolu'ion of
a Ire said Joint Stock and
Company ; providedthat
el ihs sont 1I 1nbr t1x. ne sont acccssihlesqu'A : P kept for that purpose, and a certificate
rlurlt'i: ] to s kchr-nds md! make it. uj}. une seule consol-iticni c'cst que 1 lu fainillc Board of Aldermen ct tHe City of given to each Stock-holder, st.tinghow many on the 10th of August (if the Stock in

A %vii! obseives th'it mo>t llkfly their qu'il a laissce, em Je \ah eau ou noussoinmes IVnsacola pussed July lou 1827an: l cI shares he i. entitled to, xnd the anonnt the said concern be then taken, if not ai

. 1 lintuls! v/cro shiikoitij; nil the tiino. tou pas;agers, jonit clti injins de 1 I lion will be held at the Court louse on paid and the sum to be paid, which shallbe soon as it is,) there shall be a meeting of

. : 'i'Ir fi.riral n.anr. :r in wtiirhl)11 c'!. are con- J'nilluencc: des biens de cc inonde.EMAXUKL Friday! 27th July.(or the purpose: of filling signed by the Treasurer and Secretary, the share holders at the Court House by
:. I\vacancies in said Board, occasioned j i under the seal of the former notice of the Secretary, who shall elect five
nct.-iii'f. Lite( t'v: Fiit!; ::!Ious :nti! we neverjMJii : BOXIFAY, que vous Tenons, il private until
.". tIll'?" vJio I .cmur 5iiiniizrt;, llifrri- instant de depo-.cr d.inR la tolUU bv the death of Col Jos. Noriega and one for the company be provided ; and no persons as Directors of said Joint concern -
H u. file ir thl;? p'-it' ?' 'T..r\' :'> fl' r.Toi-'j ih I 'lr' ya un the rehSa "at ion ot" A. ';01 dun Ks{('r. transfer ofsuid stock, shall be made, or who shall remain in office until the
de enfants dont seul
ait 1 le
rvj.i; ,i: '. (V ii o.Iv| : ,t: i? th.tt if Hrci.riai be I : perc dont onre le dernier comnitrljamais L'onnnisiiuncrs appointed to hold said considered valid. unl .11 it berecorded. and iirst Monday of the next Angngt,-they
c "iigijt; : (ulijc'ivt' ci i.") not l'Pl'r!; ) the more crtitLi est ru'rtjrur et ne election. : done in presence of the Secretary, and by shall also, at the same time and place, electa
existence. Sa
1'nuteur de son couipaijne -
ii. l-itnliiic": i : nw he nnilff the hettrr. Wei'.iil Treasurer.
",* 'r.-: ': 'h(* !;,'.'oviz:!'?the bert mode) fjfjr tst line de ces personw-s qui teiuplii- SILVESTCR BILL, the authority of the original share-holder, I Sec. 24th. Be it further enacted That

('("".;".:.,, on tin st: Hv.n>twur. Let two nod sent leur devoirs, nun par ce qn'elics les Enw. L. DRAKE. or his legally authorized agent, and a newcertificate I this ordinance shall commence, and be in
H'kc, ".!-\.t t.e \\I bar'.Cd' i of Stock given to the holder, in
t'1 ( ow: : :nth considel cut coin' iea obligations qelles PAULO PALMES
force, from and after its, and the
an.l e-Ach of : the manner as above provided nor shall passace;
ojiuT ;
; rl'nIIPY. toe conl.tant inais
elks souls asstijrtie, par ce qu'eilesv
1 # J'ul ':'ir nm"7:** of li piftol; in the iri'nith 'rouvent leur &ai>'accion; et ({tIe dacii l leur J. (y. i iJl'ai\C, any transfer, be allowed, or considered ordinance for establishing and erecting a
of hr; :inao'r 5<. Thisn; M! make, the denth reside le bonhrur. Savoir & .try. valid, unless the original certificate, on Wharf the City of Pensacola, approCyedthalJthdayof
or<*)' *"cu linnrnl ':\,- lilt' trouble of..iojdiu & ticconipliisemect which the transfer was made, be. filed with July 1827, be, and the sameis
fir;;.,tj tiiu.1 .-..iiliout c1 l'cr. s'appruprier une idle compK.ne c'cst la the Secretary. hereby, repealed.
\n6riter : a-f-il pour celle-ri uu tenne possible l.l.\ l. \ ". \ Passed. Julv 23d. '1827.
To f's.-rstrc't.tents.-W ban rpreivp.] four au doulciirs! qui la rougent? Oui, et ce Sec. 11th. Be it further enacted That SAML. PATTERSON *

umi.brrs of J..Tct'nr.n"the 6111 of \hid sCla cclui ou ullant au scjour de* justcs for establishing and erect;'tg a the Treasurer and Secretary, of the Joint President tern.

vrjll Lt: p-iiiK'i-d! next xvrek, anil the other I elk y rencontrcra Tame du couipagnon \\Yharj the City of l'ell ltclla I t Stock fund, shall receive such compeusa- Of the Board Aldermen.pro
hail appear in t""l1rlt.,} vronlj, however, ql/Ie! choisit dans sa jeunesRe, qu'cllc a I lion, for their services, as oive -_jf all:I, expie*.4 the wig! that our c orrPgewratIy !- cheii cxcluuivcment! ct qu'elle rejoin rn and creating a Joint ..StocJjL.1dJor i[ by the Directors of the Joint Stock comjany I tern.,
> Secretary
J11"'ft w MthI fa\'oJ' It, !'it.their intactc comriJc cnt aura x'tu.Ct thai purpose.feci I I who shall be furnished with books, I 24th pro 1827.
'EoudftcC,(() fU'as w1E't us1now tIsca' proper, -. lie it enacted That thrre shall.I and stationary, at the expense of the Approved
:Lf'H ns tJui-: : 1Incd, n !lles.r C' hd1\l' la mare de notrc ami, cctte fenime hot. j paper JOIIIt JERIUSON,
i it i.; -.rri! known that we arc not in the l habit of cptuag ire, souche de la f.uniUe la: plus be a \\ harrfstiibliblit'il and eivcced, to ti- Joint Stock fund. Mayor.
ubu.M.ns; ; tin cnniuienre: by inikin?them knownto nonibrense et Tune de plus uuiverscllenicntre 1 lend in tie Bny ol r'ensacola, ibm the Src. 12th.! B: further enacted, That no.. -
oicjs! Without rcaixin ; nnd it i, f \ \' (!L FI:,.!,IP that we fluiiilil have an opportunity i ?-dans le del II n'y en Ba point sur the depth ol ten foot w.itf, and &hdii be Stock, composing the whaif fund, unless it : {.T1Ov:1.B : .
nf ninsulung with tit. xvrJtciB; of ticks built hereinafter ro ided be order check the President Y Ordinance Baard of Al-
la terre. Llle qui se phisait a (.ire man as |) > by or signed hy an the
xvliirh: jinpr--irin our G.i7ette.I'ron fils Emnr.ii'jl a toujours Ci sage" ; olle me1'a sec. 2nd Be it fart In r enacted, That of the Board of Directors and allowed denneu, a Wharf is cstab.ishtd

--4: rC1'tt cent fois a iieim-, inenie daub I the sum of! Niue thousand dollars, to be' and approved by the said Board, and from the centre of Palafbx trcetto extendin

th- .Yer/o//: Ileacon.2.T. son cnfauc<" jtm!i1it elle RI-J" cu tie j I raided in the manner as hereafter stipulated all orders :and dralt upon the Joint .Stock ilic Bay to ten feet wale' M. ii'f-pcr,

J9I:r .1. TUTTLE, simple rcprimnndr-j: lui faire ; Einanu! shall be made A.d declared a Joint fund, shall be drawn by the President and Tnos. Wright, John doa% Run, mil v*, .lhara

or THE N!vy. a tonjours aimc le travai', il a loujours fui I Stock, for the purpose of erectingand directed to the Treasurer ; provided nevertheless :'.-:>ree, were .ppoirtted C.'mtuilOoi'I\'rs to
We JnKo I'lonsuro in reronlin tetflt'XeI les lieuxdedissipation i ; toujours if cut hor- building a'\\ harf; One third of the amountof that no money shall be drawn out "pen books of sub,cript.im and otT- r the
} renr de icu ct jainais, non jamais, je sam tock, to be tnken and owned by i of the Joint Stock tuud, unless it be for the Stock for ale, and the sum of Vi:( thousand -
of respect: tothe ne 1'ni vu le inoindreinent pri de bois>son ; the Corporation of the City of Pciuacola, I purpose of budding the wharf. paying for dr'.lars! i is declar a a : J ',-;:Jt

memory: of th.it excfcilrnt man and pur il tncna a 1'autcl de 1'hymcii Kamie de I' and the rcniuining two thirds, by individual materialsand the necessary expenses of Stockfor the purpose of building the Wharf

valufibk officer, Lieut. John P. TtU- son cur, pur il a vcca avec elle, voila" sub iption ; and when taken, and paid keeping and repairing the same, together to consist of one hundred an ,..y
tIe ( the Xavv who lied on board disnit tile encore 1'exeniple! qu'il otnea sa ;f in, it shall be appropriated to tbe erection with the expenses of I keeping the accounts, Shares of fifty doIlarseai -J.: pora-
noinbrcuse f.nnille: j'osperg qu'iiucuu de ol.a Wharf, which shall he the Joint pro- books aud papers of the Joint Stock Com tiou'to take one third 'of said Stocr, and
the U. S. John Adams
Ship at son, ses i-nfantb IK- scn' departira." Ce tableau perty of the share holders, and their legalKepiesemathes. pany. the remaining two thirds is teservt-d for other -

Oil the 14th tilt ilis mortal remains penit par line mere tendic inais cclaiice, Sec. 13th. Be further enacted That all persons : ten per rent is to be paid at

were committed to the! deep- n'est pas le rccit des triumphcs d'un heros, bi-c. 3rd. Bz il further enacted, That the the surplus funds, belonging to the corporation the time of subscribing, and the residue in

His soul] has pone aloft." n'ofiYe point a la reconnaissance puhlique.l.s said Joint btoci;, s.lial! consist of one Hun after paying all its expenses, and ten per cent. calls, as the money may be

It wns: our pleasure to bu acquainted succes import tuts d'un honune qui ; dred and t'i1/li statso1ffty: dollaise ch, for all necesSriry improvements, shall be wanting to carry on the work ; Provided,
duive; prendre l1an.rhi.loin'- to be paid .it tiie' ate ui ten per cept. (or made, and declared, a special fund in the that no call shall be made, in any shorter
with Lt. T. and enabled from rang
we are celui dun phi'osophc' } pratique et si le inondeetiiit ten doihus upon raci) huudied) at the tune bauds of the City Treasurer, to be used time than sixty days. Books will be open

our own observation, as well as from peuple d' tres qui lui ressemblasSf, ; of MiIjjCi: iiiug, .uid the reinji.iJer thereof a' and applied by the Mayor, for the purpose ed for the purpose of receiving subscriptions -

ibe testimony of many of his friendsuri l les po lCS il est xrai u'aumlenr: fuicun snjet such time as the Directors of the said Joint paying the instalments, as they become on the first day of August next at

: : sliiinntes: to say, that, among ilsro'.i. d J pieseuter a notre admiral ion. in'iis, nous StucK, require ; 1'rovidf-d, it shall not due. upon Sixty Shares in the Joint Stock, the store of the said M. Crupper, and will
does serions tons heureux Victime de son ztle! \ be Izu\ flit to itqture more than ten dollars composing the wharf fund, and also all be kept open until all the stock be taken.
< M. spiiils( oar navy not famille n'nvait on each share, in 8Ub sixty d pour sa qu'il supj>orie qu'i ; I.
boas: ;a hi'iter officer or a better man. the sale their lots ? Crupper, 1 f
la suenrdeson flout il a coutd son couiie i iplui I :t\or ia hereby authorizeit to subscribe for corporation upon I of cr
Hut a 'hort time before ho left the quo ses forces et les liinitestie celle ci ixtjaltar tt, in bcliaii'ol the Cuipoidfiou ol from other sources not herein enumerated, Thos. Wright, .
,the city of i'en.-acola, and tor the shall constitute a special fund and be applied -
United States in the John Adams, ofM'hichShip on mis nn levine a son existance. En pay Jno dola RuaVm. I .
same, out ol in the Treasury uoi and used as above provided. ,
:: at the period of his death honnne sage qui ne craint point JH rnorl, any money
That the
Sec. Be enacted Sebree.
othciwisc UjJJII uprhtlt'd. 14th. further \ JI'enstcola $
roms qui nc veut point Stre surpris j)nrelle
he vras i ilrsi oilker Lt. T. had the be of building
Sec. 4tii. it j'urt.'izr clLQtl d, That Superintendance, &management -
E.;; Bonifay avail r gle", loutes sis af- 2-ith Julv 1827.-21NOTICE. ,
misfortune to be death John Una T/lI '. the half shall be under the directioa
separated by fires trcs pcu tie terns axnut son dcccs il Ueia : ; \\ ig it, M. crupper, "
iroin ihn amiuble partner of his ho- laissc andm.. Sobiee ale hereby appi-imed and ontlQ1 of tbr.e persons, to be callrd .
som. She had )left him pourherita oun example dine Coaitniisioiiers: tu oj'ea L ookin, the First a Board of Maua eis. and to be elected by Administration with the
one pledge d'etre mute, toutes ses deites sont day ol August next, n' such piace as they the Board Aldermen, and shall receive a LETTERS:xed, on the Estate of JOSEPH
their m'Huil r.ffbction, an interesting envers un irmll1ommc qui ne me par- I may think proper for i.ie: ,ubscriplion ol reasonable compensation, in proportion to NoRitCA, late of the County of E<-

)little fjil 1 in her second year, of donnerait pas de ]le nommer, le public I said Mock ; ana it shall be >he duty of said the services rendered, to bo judged of and cambia deceased, hating been granted ti

T. i.oin he was JOiHjnrrlj' fond At a le dcsicne puVhomnie honnetc C'omittissioiiets to jaociiit a book:and en- allowed by the Board of Directors of the Mrs. Emiha Noriega, by the Hon. 'he t
i tei tlierein as follow *: -'Ve Itooc n.iines ar- Joint Stock company : and any vacancy all '
Court of aaid
:h!Jo when Ids early return was fondly County County ; persons
dr.nt i'int grile cst connue. 0 Did, hereunto subacnb' d tio to to that may happen in the Board,is to be filled
juoiiuse pay having demands acainsl said estate are
I lU(:;(d for by his Jriends!! the messen4ter toi dont l les.jujremens sont jnl11} n tra- lie Joint Stock (.oinpans f f.'r the erection by the Hoard of Directors above named; requested to present the same immediately! -

1 ol'deaih! arlived andjie was slIm1 bles, tu as voulu quo tant d'amerturae of a \\'hill f in tin City of i'ensacol.i. the provided, tnat only one member of the and those indebted are desired to make
: ;jHtuii'd to his find .!CC.OIJiJt.Ia) the jbnuvas sum of fifty doihus, (or each and every Boa,d of Managers shall be on' duty at a payment to
icci'IIertiun!! of his virtues! the une une epousc, share of stock in the said Joint Stock fund, time, unless it be ia cases where the deliberations Jn. le la Hua
temper I onze enfants des pareus d Voues, des set opposite to onr respective names, in of the whole Board be necessary. ,

poignancy of their grief at thisjiijlictivc amis sinceres ; accejte uotrc sou mission : such manner, and proportions, and at such Sec. 15th. Bo it father enacted, That, A'tornry in fact for $

: ovcnt. Lt. T. was a nativeof cxhause rieres cclui time, as shall be determined, by the Directors the wharf shall be commenced by the first Ear.::;? Nori"2a,
nos )
} pour : tra.triz. S
Comicnicut, ; he entered the Nay of the Joint Stock fund : witness our day September 1827, and completed and --IrIO& n.!
: que nous ozons croire elrc uppellc a hands, this div of in finished as soon thereafter as the work Pensucola 25th July 1927.-21-8t.COPSTT .
inov.. SI'flIH.1 was commissiou-:
jouir du bonheur inefublo quo toi seul tile year of our Lord, one thousand eight can be done. -o'1
ed in Januniy 1s2:,. peat; dispenser.Un hundred and twenty-seven," Sec. IGih. Be it fitrthsr enacted, Thatthe

At amating (of t/ e fir other Officers Sec. 6tii Be further enacted, That no wharf,_hall beercctcd an open one. OOCET, 7 .
Ami de la Farnille.'ci -
and and a" few piers June Terra. 1827. SIn
laic one individual in his own right shall subscribe to rest upon piles, ;
cfthc. Lieut. .John P. Tvttlr, ,, *"W'&T for more than ten shares of said should they be necessary, to extend into compliance with an act of the. I.e

of the L'nitul States' Navy, dcc\l, toch, and if any stock holder, whether 0- the Bay, to the depth of ten feet water, at gislatire Council passed January IRth

hdil on Sft-nday evening, in this rigin.tl, or assignee, atcr fifteen day..' notice ebb tide and shall be at least thirty feet 1827, Ordered,that Polls be opened under ,

ilorwigli, it ras Resolved unam- RwAmJq of the time and place appointed for I i wide, uith ktrong railing on each side, with the restriction and quabficaunn.contained *
fT.ol1s1That the payment of any pioportion, or instal- I an angle or T at the outer end, thirty byeighty"feet in the Acj above reciled.for the

they deeply deplorethe 3 ment, of said Capnal) SioeKia order to carry it shall be at least four fet above purpose receiving yotes, candidates
deiita of that officer, nnd that in 4 ''f..f/ ) on tIle'tll:-;, hal ue lett to pay such the water.at high tide, and strong nnd to represent the people of this county tithe

testimony of their sense o'his irrejjartble ; ---.--=:=-= =-_-_ _- proportion lor the. space of thirty days, af--; substantially braced ; the piles shall be next Legislative Council of this Territory

loss to his. country and to them Iott 01 )C\\5l I"\t\. tci the time appointed for the payment coppered to lour water mark; tbe beams, at the election to be held on the

ach'csI.l'j' will wear crape for thirty _-_ tliCi'.lIf, eHJ'ueh Stockholder shall frfit ,I girders, steamers, braces and plank shall first Monday of August next; viz :
--- dli rue said Stickand the instalments be of the best aud most approved and durable In tbe firit Uistrict-tw"o precincts.At .

41iV.: AHRI VED. which! he, or they may nave paid upon the I wood the country affords, and in the Collin't Hotel, in Pensacola.At .

r.:rt.t of a Jctrrr to the Editor: ? of the Nrw- J Lily 20h.: -Schr. Redoubtable, ame to the said Joint Stock Coinpauy, and.II power of the Board of Managers to obtain ;iI Eartiiteu, in the house, of Madam
York J>ailAilvrrtiwr. from an officer on may he sold by them, to any person, or and the wharf shall be built in a neat.strong, Serra. -
Lca-il tic 1 r1'eL Stau-e' SJn; ;) II.,ru :. Foster, Mobile. Cargo, Lumber for persons, for such price, ai can be had I I and mechanical manner, and agreeably to Ill the second District ; three Precincts.

'.' I KEY \\ F.sr, June 17th, 1827. the Navy Yard. therefor : Provide 1 no Sto-'U holder, whether I a plan to be drawn by the Board of Managers At the Court House ;

Sins :_" The United States' Ship 25th.-S: hr. Coaster, Furgnson, original or assignee s.nll be entitled to 1; not inconsistent with this section.That all At James Spillinan't, in Florida ;

1 luring arrived at this place on the Mobile. Cargo,,Lumber for Navy vote at any rntetiItg of the. si id! Joint |: Sec. 17th.made Be further the Board enacted of Manageis, At R. L. Colon's on the !:,cambil..
conlract by
Stock.Company. uaL-ss fl." "; :It ; sun due *
35th ins:. having in tow the English Yard. by him o. :ins hii.us. Jlutli :. ->c beea f.illy: ; for materials for the wharf, and with perSons An4 it is further Ordered!,, That the

'. Ship! JamrsMitchcl, from Liverpool, 2Gth.-Sloop Alabama Packet, paid; and
hound to the Havana. The James Ray St. Marks. See. jIll. Ill j'a'ilicr n; tt'id, That on the ba'ne, khall be good and valid in law, arc hereby appointed
\ the lira :.Vioutay" III i A'.juc-t, la each and and bin 'iug upon the Swck.I1 1lden, as required, to preside at the precincts -
Ivlilchell r.m on shore, on the night of ENTERED.July e'cl'1'. ihesiiaic! lu-ljers of tne Joint well as upon tho e, with horn the contracts towobh their names are attached.

the -1th inst. on the Shoals of Cape 20th.-Schr. Thorn, Jones, Stock Coipa, hall .*i"(r, at the Court are lUade,aud-Jae sued, .and recovered accord At CW/tV*Hotel,

Cuts (1J l Padremd the crew, be- New Orleans. Cargo to S. Patterson HOUS.O in lue City of IV.;sacola, five persons ,ngly.Sec. Pablo Palmes,
be called Directors of the Joint ISth. B&further enacted, That the Saml. Patterson,
toi.Hjr mujiuous broke into the hold J. C. and C. C. Key e: to :
J' J.I wharf- .
Stock ol the) Wharf fuud.-.the.' shnll elect Board of Directors, shall appoint a ., JUicajah CrupperAt
e.2ed upon p;lrt of the cargo consist- Campbell, Kopman and llyer, S'I I one of their own body as Ite>iilent, and infer and )n assistant, should one be necessary Earancasy

iii:: of ale, becuniD intoxicated, and ali Hambleton, I.. Swart, and Finlay I shall have pouer and authority to make and either or both,ta be removed Sebastian Caro,

cc-iher, ungoYcrnable. III this situation llushton I I rules and regulations, in relation to the at pleasure, who shall receive such pay, Celeatino Serra

&liu was fallen in with on the 5th 21st.-Schr. Elizabeth, Forsyth, Government of the Wharf, and the interestof and be subject to such rules and regulations Ephraioi Mills.
the Stock ,inconsistent with as be adopted by the said Directors At
holdeis, not may the Cttfrt Houtt,
hy boats of the John Adams and New Orleans. Cargo to F. Pasquier the taws and ordinances of the Corporation as well as all others, who may be employed StTC5tcr: Bill,

)Hornet, thou cruising for a pirate. T. It. Byon, and to order. of the City of Pen acola. by the Directors to attend to the Francisco Moreao,

-iii(;r securing the crew, the ship was CLEARED.July Sec. 7th. Beitfurlher'enacted, That the wharf, and to the interest of the company. J*hn Campbell.

1 jhtened and labor hove number of votes which each Stock holder The Directors, are hereby authorized, to At Jtont Spilbtwi'ttAndrew
by I
great 23rd. Schr. Elizabeth For fix and establish the rate of \ harageon :
shall b<> entitled to, shall according to P.Simpso .
ciT b.n in condition
: a leaky making kinds of merchandise and produce and
syth, New Orleans. Ballast. I the number shares; the Corporation of all Jaoe Spilloun,
ironi two to three feet water per hour ; 24th.-Schr. Celia Hitchcock, I the City of Pensacola, shall be. otitled to the terms and conditions, which shall regu- James Gardner.

,!'id' it has been with difficulty she has ten votes, to be given by such,person, and late all vessels .and crarw, in approaching : M JL L. CottonV
\V 5 cottou by
taen kept from going down on her Key cst. Cargo, in such manner, as the Board of AJderojen, the wharf or lying along side, or mooring I David Williams
S. Patterson, 10,000 feet boards and may direct-each individual t'ock-holfl, to or near the- same; all repairs and improvements Joab- Gaines
passage here, from the exhausted state sundries by the Master. for one share end not more than two shares, upon the wharf, shall be done W. Hall.

01 several crews snt on board of herat 25h.-Schr. Thorn Jones, New one vote ; for everytwo share above two under the direction, and by the order, of A. trme from J*aepU the Record. .

Tiflerent times. The consignees and not exceeding, one vote; for every the.Board of Dii cetera. opj
hairing requested that she might not Orleans. Cargo, 15,000 bricks by two shares above fiT.e audo exceeding Sec. 19th. Be it further enacted That M. Cropper CPk.June .

be flyer and Kopifwn and 51- bides byFiulay ten, one vote-all the stockholders may the rules and regulations, for lIe government Pcna.eo1a 16th 182T-16-tf. '
_; brought into a Spanish court, to of the W'harushall be mad public by -
and Rushton. vote by provided the proxy be a
award salvage, the J. M. has been SAILED resident of proxy the City of Pensacol*- the Board Directors, and every violation MAIL A.NGEMEX T.

towed here for adjudication in the ? Schr Sec. 8th. H, it further, enatted That of them shall,be punished by fiDe, or Northern Mail
Court Florida. July 24th.-U. Transport there shall be a Treasurer,,elected by tbe otherwise as they may direct. ,
iJ Your Florida, Baker, Tampa n ay. Board oCDiredon'of the'Joint Stock fund, Sec 20th. Be il further fUeled That DUE every Wednesday and Sunday at

obedient servant. Mexican National Brig Q.uerro. who shall be the Treasurer heftldttodt, all the money: arisinjj.'from. Wharfage or 4 o'clock P M.

.ptolifit.-The lady of DoctQr Commander. to whom the amount of,each'share in said from any other 10 rc ,which may accrue.as Depart every Saturday and Tuesday

Moore' ,pf(lailo wel Canada Francisco Lopez Esq. stock, shall be paid, in instalmtnt as it the profit!of the Wharf' shall be paid to at8o'ciockA. M.
,. Upper Treasurer oft1 e Joint Stock Company Mail
falls due'who stiall giro bond and approved the Florida .
that ,
Pretfltdr, husband on the 3Sth A friend in Jackson County informs us, in suth as hemay" #
and .
in the sain of nine thotiiand: dollar at such \
the Brig Carroll Patterson Ma8 tr, from Boa security ereryTuesday at ti o'cloe\ .' .
May, with three fine living children direct >; j4edt4) t rlrager perioda.tlirct
; ton, burtlien 147 tons, lately came into St., An payable i *.,theMB7urGwtbyfelflj tt f same .daj s2o'clockP.1.
two,sons for 'th&; (iltJfaI Jaobtlu hail,&ot Upt .. with Departs
a'daughter. &twi act. fotwd to iliSfukv!. U> gcttlog out. beappr vd,.c4ftoe4. .
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Lta1oc1swa11tia R lanCE or Four Cf nlTeroco, who may LID SmQILA 7 5 I i'dWa4g ,

JlEkE nrc requited at the Navy, Yard, I wish to retire from the bustle uf the executed in the finest style of \ FOB P'BLt5$1ue aT SV3icaIpT1a'- S -
T Town during the Summer months can'be
immediately, 4\ able bodied'young state of the art in this country vnd
_' men, of steady, 'induMrious habits; to bofinplojed accommodated with comfortable' board His intended to present, in letter If cm Europe :
as Carpenter's Laborer If on | at the Ferry-house, on Deer Point ; and the most cccurale r it its nfOUE trill Comprising the ttafratkk Josr1f

Irnil!, they are found to be of the above description have the privilege of the ferry-boat, when PUBLIC EDIfICE, followed by } day a tour through Great Britain
they will meet with constant employment coming over with pusen el'S. torical 'lurriptiont so as to I Oak ,
:For terms apply tt this emcee of i France, Italy and Sttftztriax/ .
and receive a liberal compensa- knowledge of the period Will
tion.: proportioned to th "ir tjualificutions; to Pcnsacolt 15th March 137-2-If. tion, of theuses to which I and the Yean 1825, *26, and!?.

be decided by the iua ter workman by l'Presi I plied, and of such other I pro- BY N. H. CARTER.
whom tlirir) Inliois audhected.. They .cnt oi5iuled t\l connecteG with them, as may
I dns" ftlrlfS charaetef! of tht
\ ill boolkmed an agreed price per day, 'U Btate I of preservation. Occasional JL cation is propOsed pttb\.
already to well
thr\ finding tlu line-he*. f'u.otl, clothing, medical i also be giren, of some of the each known.
attcndnirre, &c. nud subject to a SN pursua1lceoflaw, I, JOHJT Qomcr \\inagiiifcc-nt with th? ptihlic, as to fender a formal I pr .
lion for all lost time, liom whatever dt'dUC-1 j i AoaMS, President cube United States voured( wentry abounds. A The pectus unuecessary. In the course of ta.
it may proceed. White men would be pre : America, do hereby declare and make I!I striking feauires which are so in I last two "'cari, volurainotii sketch of

fencd to mnck) known, that a pnblic'tale v>ill't>e held at | ous on n5D' i'S RIVER, will be th: Euroneaji scenery, institutions manner
11 the Lain! Office Tallahassee, in the Territory and customs have been -thr wn'off
Sam"! R. Overtoil i in this tour with
1 part .
of Florida, on the second Monday in through the medium of* duly if
Aery Agent. December next, for the diiposal of the scription< that can he given of ( and the author is correctly informed paper,
ti Vcngvco1a, i2th July i92-iiMf. I Nothing more clearly marks copious
lands herein designated, to "it : and extracts from his letters have been ericaively
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I f Toirn-hips No. 1, nod 2 of nUDge No. 6 jjryand moral character of a Circulated through the
"C\KBN U i p.ON I Township* No.1, 2. -4,5 the( encouragement given to I i States, by oilier public journal flg)
and 6, and fractional 'ducted periodical publications
1'enth' to has it in
the twent-< contemplation to collect.
townships No. 7. t 8, of Range No. 7. pecially it they carry in their
I I I and in
day of June, 1827, tndconsmiittd revise, publish a inert permanent
ion of
Townships No.1, 4, 6, 6, JFI.NK ARTS. Until \
the Jail of the form such parts of these sketches
to almost at
7 and of
fractional town- years attempts
this Cita Negro men ; h have failed in I shall be deemed most worthy of proles*,
ships No. S aud 9, of Range No. S. our country.
rili hilu..c1fIlAN80N Township No 1, arid frac- Britain abounds with such : to of vation.' About one third .f the tenet

tion.nl townships No. 9, which exhibit the highest feet, embracing a tour through the north o%!7

10, tr.d 11, Range No. 9. travagance and splendour. .: each Italy I apart ofS..itzcrland. and the south

nd say that lie belong: '* to Jehu Evans Township; No. 1 and 2, and The rapid growth of the i [ ) with of England with additional notices of

? \'ing in Winchester, Misy.srippi. Said fractional! townships lie distinguished character of I in I'aris and London, has not yet appeared.
1 CTO: II about24 yean old, 5 feet 7 or 8\ No. II, and 12, of Run e'No. 10. I have led to the conviction, of a : No delusive promises, however, are heU
, inches high, very stout built, is oF rather All situate South of the btue line, and I bEast & lg it in the way pro sloop, i forth, that the rtsidue of the work win

; I a dow complection and has a scar on I .of the meridian. making any additional cliaige i. otters pas a higher interest than the po'tio.
I his) right thumb. The Townships are to be oft"erf'd in the penbes that nay be incurred or already published. A fair specif hu

S S. order above designated, beginning with the not only be altogether already been given to tha world ; and by
:Foster 'Chapman, lowest number Section in each who are-its present friends, I dtliv- this criterion, the success or failure of tbe

V City Con sidle.Penatcola Lands reserved l>y law, fur tee use of the means recommending it made subscription wot be determined. Sooj.

2Sth June, 1827-17-tf. Schools, or for other purposes. are to be ;patronage, as to make the I : of the author's friends hare advised to tht
J excluded from sale. l publication without
: Ustang
$ : has received Given widrr my hand, at the City of Washington pense comparatively light. but proposals -.
'i'1t' 22. ALLJml; wt'iA'h thowever, PrOve assign after mature reflection, he has dee*_
4>t Q )pL r Brig Urbe, Capt. Fo1gerr A. D. ,1827.this twenty-eighth day of May, I I to the 'ncome, the loss will fall : ed it inexpedient to incur the responsi
from New Yoik, and has for site on ; ly un ourselves. tme,) bility of a voluminous work, which
Consignment, the following! articles, \\z\ : John Quincy Adams. The typographical ery be uncalled fur by the public. If may anTI

I 86 lialcs H*;', ot'tic.- tint quality, By the President : gazette has thus f for been such p "ib- profits are to be realized from its saleV

I 30 Boxes Cider, GJ:(). GRAHAM, opinion, to warrant a :: : 'Y .I no one has a faiwtclaim to Ptc prpceeoX
I 25 d.p :. Porter, Cotnmino1ir of the Central Land Ofite.1C any other pcntrdical in the I th.n he who IIAS laboured to collect :tKmaiKrials
50 pi-ict-s saioked Reef-one half for 5f. his and reduce them '
as well u? ,in every paid tofor&t- !Ulti
I boiling and CMC half) Tor shaving.Fersicola s- flattering encomiums hive that 'sw jrre I let* able to bear the JpeN.-.Cr

1 June Stb, 1827-17-tf. NEW ESTABLISHMENT. e'lupon it even by foreign I I Clif's, I ah' edj Son' for the acre gratiCcaUoa of

CUYOU1FI'Y BROOM: I Tho it i. our fixed termiwion not .I rnn.--.. author* ,iJ). ,
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S Florida, 1st .Jul)'. 1*27. JSWILL celled by any other publication I cwqDxTxoN

i I rect-ire proposal? *Jl the 31st u/iaterer. Arrangements are I. The \/prk will be comprised in
Eagk K **mMiK7v 'JU'avcrn i making issue the fifth ,' tWf
,;. ensuing, to furnish! tUe Troop
of five
volume octsvo, hundred.
oft.. United Suits' Army, jthut arc, or | rx T iier altogeittr superior to any of }', p g.
each, OH line medium and
Cantonment !Biocke," ing rolunus. And as regard car paper .
stationed at
ii department, we have to add, until type.
trithr&ssis REST ber of individuate, ditillg'l1 with II. The price to subscribers will be

? : lEEr talents and learning, have / ; two dollar* a volume, handsomely} bcumi'
1 from 'he 1st'lay\ of January !h:8 to io. THE Subscriber informs the pub selves to use their utmost d () due i. boards pvyablo delivery.

j elude tbe 31st ilhy of December 1828, lie that he has ocneJIICJUSC tain the character and : the III. The work win be putto press, as.
' 1 The heel' will be required t. be delivered i of Public Knteitainment. :n the work. it soon as the amount *), subscription shall

to the Troops"-0 Ill* in each week,p house formerly oecupied by Maj. Hall ion- be icient 'to justify the cxpenw of
J J.'indingthe form of :
{:the days to be designated i ) in such quantities for that nirpose, fronting the public better present I on publication.
calculated to all
us khallbe required for their rations : square, which he Dun fitted up in u convenient answer ayrersons boldiugsubscription .
.t i dtem it to : manner for the reception )f loavc1ier ses intended by it,- thnn any papeta
-on each t1'-\n.1 necessary are requested to return them
as the' ENUItA'VINtiS I from th pub- as ear
apprize thos* who may choose to offer 3 'and others. His table will alwaysj ly as may be convenient.
stance, will be rendered much "-
; contract for the wipply, that the beef will j supplied with the best which the cdi New-York, 22d May, 1827.
able and beautiful :
be required to be of the best the marketcan I market. can afford, and his bar with 1'ie' t j than they Subscriptions received at this Office..
: could be, we shall be careful to tbat ,
best of liquors. No exertion -
fcflord, tnd particular attention must .
k he paid to the butcheringtherecf as a rigid wanting on the part tif the propnetor, tion.the original shape anftaizc of : m @
r ol it will 'always be made. ti> render general satisfaction to thosewho ,
inspection : a rccly to -prf.. .@r Flower Literature
PersonS offering\ to contract, will m..ketlll.ir may favorhim with their company. necessary of
: taki_to view the to':
: in writing, sealed and delivered Hi* ginhles are well calculated fur 11 iuiina'j
proposals Wit and
to rue at this' place slating; the i of horses-and a good and! attentive of the paper theixhas. the: Sentiment,
Gftler-will at r.lI times beat hand. fore beenr-produced in tins'{\ to' Zion
pound in a single bid for which 1B2'
t rate per "Families or-Gentlemen who at once so Tea.so nub'<.', and-so I -,
furnish and they shall be inform.fd :nay wish .
) will Office of
they : in the reach of and the Saturday ICr. Post
can be accommodated! with every / ,7
of the reception of the.r proposals, ei partments. GEO. FIbtJER.private a L dij-jrosed, to possess it. I PJ !uf(/ ,_Iec. 2. 1826. 5
l I IMtel from, or on p".rsomtl1ippli I
I by r'TcHE CASK15T ,
Tallahassee, Dec. 15-1--if. As we fed solicitorlS toc io'X the r .tIl'en.t Li,
r1 ration to, me at I'an'.onment Brooke, on proposed *arfangeinsnl U fur, Wit .flfd &l1tim 'II, which na.
the day above mentioned.JOHiN Lictf.and THE vtnicnt expedition, we shall -end read: : an unprreedentrd ina<*M e of na
1MI ,
I zrnW-YOItK Na- trons duringthe last six monihs, will after '
4 Asit. C'ow'y. Svbtt.P MIU10n., present volume to fifty : ; ,
I No t. will be received after the. And LadicS Literary Gaz ttt. make tip for th'm deficiency, the pretent-rol. is'fitiiahed, each number
proposals contain
FIFTJtrOLUTC, to present our r adf'rsith ; ; Ok, 'oetartf pages printed welton
I of'Vtnber, 1827, small*handsorae'tfpe, the finest
With Splendid Engravings. fugrartd'l.'igflt/t title-page. upon
y paper, stitched andc\-ered and ftirnisk-.
will be
: EDITED ever, more expensive i
TilE nr P. MOKKII."Here .
ed at the low
sue the two additional nunlb+ ma price of Two Dollars and
'. ADiLPrAi .L1111lV.l shall 00112:genius wg hisca.rle, flight the I : fifty cents per annu'n.! The Casket .
&R dl clrw-iii-oju! shaking front Iii. plumes oii a'dvantagewill be on the 'j led- u
( And Laities Lit entry Gazette, I iht.: patrons, we feel/puriuadrd the be collection from the choicest pieces of thf

F which upwards of JuUU copies are M1KKOU will soon complete will meet theirapprobation.To A-: Saturday Rv fiing Post, made witb A re*
() Asitiie
I printed weekly, Embellished with the editor thus seasonable I those who may wish 11f / : & I terete to the tfifiertncc which .should

f'nRTa""l; Tli'n workMilarped to a presents- liimaelf before his numerous I understand the character of ;ton, exist in the malemU of a weekly paper.

I Jloyal Quarto, will be conducted hereafter: and highly respectable patrons and to commence. their Bos-' and those of a moa ijly publication, the

L as follows: and the public, with sentiments of profound I the opening of a KKW VOLUME former of course 'enriched. with essays

1. Tnr. I>.Ti.nHT '.-V.iop-apin' respect and a deep sense of the obligations improper to day, that,'if ia ( this poetry, anecdote*,and those-ett>fF by a

) cal Sketches;-Manners: Conversation, I: which are imposed upon him. not exclusively) to the recital of tho occurrenees of the week.
I Fashion und such other: subject as should To say that his reward and enccuragement 'OUHH:4..a MORAL TALKS-- re- The latter can retfeine little value front

--I-- claim ctteniion! in a GAzette especially devoted have far exceeded Ins highest cxpeUa- tious, or founded on events of a mere detail .i ( events many of 'hie1uld 1

w. to the Lutlif"under the editorial tions, would be but a faint expression of in the United States of A :: : cease ta be lat cltins before they I
diction o' Mr5. Harriet Muzzy recently of' his feeling;; for the pleasure of those Tns Ccsson-comprising a were recorded.

Jtfew York, ai.d authoress of many literaryproductions feelings immeasurably heightened when numbers-pathetic, satirical, The'vactquantity of matter..crowded _
$ of hit!h. nerit. he'reviews the names of those who makeup morous &c. denominated the ,by small type ant careful arrangement,
4t 2. Tnr. LITLHAIITVoutn..-Original: ) the great pnrtion-xjf his -supporters. nius. i iIlEVirw into the eo'irmns of every number the

U Jfeviews, Critical, Literary, and scientific To be distinguished with the couulcnance -of publications, : Saturday Evening Post, will in th.

1 notices of all new productions at home or and favor of tlie wise and the virtuous, is domestic. ] of course tel a month furnish the mott ample .
Abroad under the editorial at all .OnrotsiL materials from which taforraatiiinta-
; diction of the times flattering to the pride cf any EflSATi-on :, -
Editor of the late American Monthly Magazine : man ; but to a young man, it affords a raTs, hi.tury, voyugf-s, travels, citing periodical-work stick as the'Casket -
and author of '* The Wilderness," charm too great for language to express. aiittqurties, the fine arts,:&c. i has been considered by its .pattisTt
O'IIallorn.M! *c &c. Every motive, therefore, which springs '}'.JALE CUVHACTEU- (friends and such-M we fnttand it-stall be.

3. The Acicivflhe'W'cet.-Foreign arrhalsand from the strongest iuipiessions of honour dress, al\d'- duution. ; Notwithstanding the (act. tbat th*!
Clearances a Hank Note Table, and gratitude, "ill be called forth, not :. AMtHiajm Oouu.tFJn-or .21'- kt-M imt*collection from the reolMtMiof <
Prices CHirrent: The Jrm13'ane Arts, only to preserve, but to improve the character sketches of-the lives of such the-Saturday Evening Post, .*e 'tonS-.

The Culture, of Plants and .'fJo '"rs, Poetry of a publication so kindly fostered, both sexes as have become dently predict, and indeed-we are sanctioned

_ Anecdotes, &'. Thus combining all and so generously supported. We have : for their herOism, 'virtue, in the experience we ,Afreadr'
the properties and advantages of a loITER.AUJ" unremittingly endcat ored, and shall hereafter ents patriotism, &c. have, that its most numerous patrom will

: OAZKTTK; with those ofun entertaining 1 1i go on with increased zeal, in our LiTXUAiir h r.&LLIOJlICJI-Or this be found among the subgcribets to our-
7AMILY NtWsPJrl'KB. endeavors, to cull from the varied fie! !sI I new publications.: ; weekly-paper. A large nu mbtt of thoas. '

4. 'EOIU G9.-Lill of Views&.,-1-' literature, the choicest and most fra .Ttt& DKAIU-comprising they it I who take the 'Tost depend upon tnaft.

-_ .w Ashington's Sepulchre Mount Vernon. graniflowers, as a'j list, though 'liumblc -the New-York stage.Diat'LTuiir paper for the news of tbe week-it is.
-2. The House1 in which Frai'klin was tribute to our fair readers. : bsLzcTiojrs- their pro. therefore read with avidity by..iino t every ..

.-3_ The Highlands from West Point The regions of faucy huve been explored sional remarks. of:. Qwmber nf the family where! it is re*

-4. City Hall l New York.-5. Harper'sFeriy nnd will continue to be explored by AaatV0TZ5-Laumorous, i r i ceived and this general usi frequently i.-
Virginia.-C. The Capitol at Washington ingenious and highly valued corres rical, &c. I I.P jures ita appearance to mtu:t h as almost to-
-7. The Tails of\i:1: ara-8. Hunker pondents. At the same tune numerous kSING IIVJ:1'iTSOF THE WEEK.POKTKT render it unfit for tbe filet a;.id for binding -

Hill Monument Castle Garden. historical farts, of -an inter stir>; nature, -onginal and !" '. re- The mimbers to by UMH general use,
Hew York.-10. Hc-sidence of Joseph have enriched our pages; and 'many o. Togelher with many other i al-I' arc not unfrequenllv lost .lautiIA d or-

? Bonaparte, near PiiIadelpnia-JI. Distant > there arc in preparation, which will suc. Otis subject, which it would be i entirely destroyed. and the file thus brok..
I View of Philadelphia.. Gallery I ceasrvely appear, embodfed in. the fairest *:try.ow to enumerate. I IOO.D.I sub-' .:-The Ca ket is calculi ted to prevent:

ii of Portraits; containing Likenesses ofJistiugu' colours! cf Uulh nnd ekgance. The lyre, \ t by the | this inconvenience and 6* furaub, at avery

: < >!>ed individuals, viz : Sir Walter too, in almost numberless instances, has 'TUE MIRROR cheap price, all the nisrful matter

3 Scott. -.lcspeArelbnnah Moore, Mrs. been struck by the fire of genius, with so for the proprietor ispuolished, by Daniel every}' for which the weekly paper would be desirable .'-
; ){aJchfl"e..AIrs Opic,4obertliniraet, lira much effect and sweetness, as tcTmeltar.d the Aiuerictin Truct Society Hou or when 'bound.-Jn thus jpvin &

Uemans and others, ravish the heart To such contributors Nassau-street. .It is printed .in permanent form, andWlci asAociation ta

b Tiu*.popular work, devoted especially we- :now wit in what terms to express our quarto form, on uue. with the choice f ieces.f. onr /tekly conlvi-
paper -
: to th! Ladies_ and-through them to the lLtkn01Vled ements. The chief recompense type.Fiftytwo. butor it i b confltenUy a aticipated that
eause cf virtue -knowledge and amusement whiclv they can'expect, must arise flew and tticbe, fut indua menu will bo
contains a,ricji rxmdof miscallaneOUi from a consciousness baring eminently four hundred nmbers-coraplete k sixteen ll- held oat fur the exercise c superior talent

literature; and is beautifully printed aided in the dissemination of chaste and for Which an XL to royal : of tnd tinuirtiat care io 4ur literary derxirtraent -
4 in M n elegant quarto form expressly for useful instruction, clothed in language of TITLK-FAOE: and H copious hide* to -in add!tip* t.,'be recommendation
binding ; Eight pages are published every unusual grace and beauty and in refining j Of ncatneu' in-the gneral pper..
The four
,. week, making a yearly volume of up- and improving the moral character of our terms are ro"J. DOLLAL* :ance-and particular tttero ton U the typograpUicftl <
I vards ut 400 pages, at Two Dollars fifty country. ; J executions itis our intention
Cent per annum payable! in advance. 'bil is the. vre.l.t Siimtd".11 J..L'.. is (orw8(4ed-by the earliest *}1 to embellifch-each cumber- .f the Cut.
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i lorI aLo'W. in the belief ,that sour ..effort 'have riot ing beyond the city ofNewVOTk.Subscriptions J fronrthe hinds 6T'some f' d'e most ia.
been useless or unavailing. We received at this .4'Ung iisbed artists cf the'coin try. .

& HE Home and Lot situated scanned with'scrunuloua-caw tb v..inM4I...hare.... New York,.February, 18 the I With tJies '"blm, to uaitronar 1M
1 mi .t in the Public 'Square, the productions tbot have received- ---- -''form- and I : "Casket" v3hl. as hat beet- pre i

S J1I2property of ibe late Col. Win. pressure" in tbe columns of the Mirror,in, ,- n1'i0 aud But : 'mentioned i>e aftbrdtd tht sc who tuW
Junj.r-Forterms apply to order that notliing might fiRd its one scribe for that paper xcluah ely at' 4N

S *". H. Niebet.Pccuacola there that would offend against delicacy way; JOHN S. the, low.rlrice of g: ,50 per year. 5*
non-which it is
6th and we feel confident that few sentiments U ESPECTFULLYinfornis i toafigently btMei4 .
April 1827. 6 tf.
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ve i much lower than
have been' for oj
-- ever seen which were calculated .LL offeuiacola, that he has ny zierp.
IN my absence Capt M. Crupper is authorized .to ""raise a blush on the check of mo ed the pracit.cofhisproeason; ;! couJ1trJ'-hatt lication of simitar %haruct,? 'J u .

i_ to receive and pass receipts desty. City, and may be. couxu ed .on_. : Saturday -sibJiribe.c1ib4: '
HouP -
lor any monies due me,also to make con. With a view'to render the Mirror' still sions at tbe>ooe-of Mf.J*, wtirbe furniihetl Kvrulnr S '
more acceptable and valuable ter itreeU wber all I ati I .g,9 ..
Jactator the hire orm negroes, fee. we pur _*_ .p'pl ATKINSONSubscriptions k
C. "'ilh. pose, on the commencement of the fifth p' S.AL i. al, bimneas, will I be, at I I LLrE4wDz. ;
Byrd I Ijlal year,and to continue it with each re.' obeyed aod dUUVentlr Utended ..

tbJar2 I turning quarter, to aGom.pany it with ft .ruai.la 'tAlill U-4 Wui'H pral IB the I tttbta 05 to tilt61.. J9I

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