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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: August 3, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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PCBLIUf.1J'IkKLf; : BY DEPARTMENT OF WAR," I An act to amend the act entitled"'.' n act than in cultivating and improving their came as anxious to get married as I .

w. 4SEz.x B111'V'1'' ADJUTANT GENCRAf/S. OFFICE. I llr to incorporate it enacted the City the or Governor l'en"8roa.! and" t minds, I: readily conformed to all the j I had hitherto been indifferent about it.

SOLK EDITOR AMI PaOPRUtTOft; AVjisHitGTOK'' 16rh June, 1827. by I fashions of the people, by whom I At length one of my old suitors was
Brevet having Legislative, Council of tIlt Ttrrdnrynf
officers and
1. on duty I
J'blicherof1/tc Laws pfthe United Stale Florida That was surrounded, and left school at an induced to renew his addresses, and
the
command double the I Corporationof
SyciCRipTios-Year g5llalfjear a equal to early age to commence a rivalship he was more successful than before. .
I the City of Pensacola be ial
command which their ,
ordinary or
3 I with the female world at my toilet.I : When I was married I forsook the
[ authorized
Quarter \car 1 50 regimental, rank habitually authorizes I they are hereby to grant :, world
rich and
beautiful its
I was gay, and lively, folly, devoted timo
Subscription payable! i in advance.Ai them to exercise or assume, shall; be licences to keep gaming houses, to my
I vain of!my personal accomplishments, ': to reading; meditation, and domestic
>TKRnsi>o. -Every advertisement! I deemed to be on duty and have com- j such persons, imd upon such tents
and desirous : affairs
and
of being esteemed the am now l happy before I
theidUi
of ( ;
ol on column ami ineHsuiiug I their brevet and conditions as mil) seem expedient -
to commissions -
man according
no: more than twelve lines of this type,first I For to the said: corporation, jJrl>lid- greatest: belle in all the town. It is I i i was always in the extreme either of
r..ertitn one dollar, each weekly' ) contiuuHiice : example true my mind was entirely uncultivated -I i pleasure or despondency. I impute
cd hoirertr thai the
When brevet commandsa tax imposed
fil'ty cents ; longer and wider ones-at R Major-General I by aud I knew little more than an ordinary ]:I the whole of my error and improper
Division sid less
shall
the ioail1t'; rate. Rule and figure weik, ; corporation not be than .
A brevet Brigadier General, a Biigade; : school-girl should at seven j i t conduct to those who had the direc-
double price f>r the first ill ertion. Ad- fif'1!:.s' dollars.!
:, vtniserscnts will be tastefully displayed, A brevet Colonel, a Regiment ; i I Sec 2. And be it further enacted years of age, except it was to play on I'lion of my nduration.
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iccurdiuc to the nature of them, and willmeasured A brevet Lieut. Colonel, Battalion coin-: the piano-forte, dance a minuet, or I -
posed of not less than four Coiripani j J\: Tim ifany pr'on shall keep hose
of this size
IH' by matter type. I ogle a fellow out of his heart AMUSXNa1
Wn iUt'rt.cd at intervals, (that is, not inrt'd or when on duty as Lieut. Cot of a B.eI j: or dlo\v !
were altogether disregarded ---
.-.: every week, from the first to the"a giment. | faro; or any games at cards, dice, or the I' A certain poor genllenaan: not far
with whom I
Abroet detachment composed by men associated -
Major a young
money Fittsfield
.- ofnot less than two Companies or for the of them from Ma. whose scanty
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< ns a new 8.lhcrtiscl1wnt.mnuntfl for I greater part
without ; first obtained I
advcrtming payable always on derncnd.j when on Auty as Major of a Regiment. having! a license had skimmed the surface -science property was<< proof against the law,

> ITT: Liberal contracts will be made withth A brevet Captain, a Company.* !: from the said corporation, the person as lightly as myself and the rest be- owned a hog, which he had taken

.\ft *lo wish to advertise by the year. 2. When any Field Officer is on | or persons so offending! hall forfeit lieved that too much intellectual improvement much pains to fat-a certain rich creditor

Communications directed to W. detarhed service or otherwise absent and pay fifty dollars "or each and ev- would fain have satisfied his demand

Hasell Hunt, Post Muster Pensacola, will from his regiment, the senior Captain |: cry offence, to bo recovered before would render a female an
be duly atteuded In the by sending one of UIQSO saucy .
.. to. unpleasant companion. course
: thereof, having a brevet and) on duty [ the Mayor or any M jjistnite in said I who
-r_ __ I of a few in gentlemen are alaways greeting ;
dissipation
( years spent
in the line, mny exercise comnnAd I I county ; one half to the corporation, I the
and novel the aid of poor man to destroy his hopes.
OFFICIAL. reading, by paint
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according to his brevet Commission, and the other to the person suing for
.... cosmetics & 1 But the law, which leaves the
stays, corsets, injuredmy poor
is
during the limo such field officer the same.
health and vanit man one hog, forbado him. So in his
absent from regimental duty : Provided i Passed, January 6th, 1827.: gratified my
I that brevet officers who Rejected, January 18th, 1857. I attracted the attention of all the fops I exceeding compassion, he is all at
may January 20th. Ktconsiiicredaud! passed and dandies in town. They first pronounced once very cHaritable, and would kill
within the 'of this
come provisions his debtor with kindness
I ho
I hy the icquisite majority. me pretty, next handsome, gives
bo announced in Gen-
paragraphjshall An act to constitute a new cou>ty out of and then tf endantly beautiful. him a small pig. The poor man

eral Orders, before they shall be authorized I 1 the county of Leon and for utter purpose !Not a young fellow of ;my acquaintance thanks him a thousand times, and departs
exercise such command .
to
at the miser's
Be it enacted the Governor who possessed the-least vanity wondering unaccustomed
or receive the and emoluments by andlegislative ;
pay He
Council; of the or confidence, but became my most i generosity. hardly had
of their brevet rank. Territoryof
time to home this
enthusiastic admirer. Ii seemed that carry new memberof
Lr.GATlOl OF TIlE T:. S.: OF AMERICA, 3. The Captain or other company Florida, That there be, and here- his family, when in without
MENKO .May7th, 1S'27. they all strove to see who could pay comes
S is established the
commander who be entitled to by a county by name
may knocking, (for good is
breeding
the flatter out
the attention
regulations me greatest or i
WIIEREASill receive ten dollars mouth ddi-, of Jefierson, to be comprehended
per of the question with these the
City of Mexico me :the most. I thought it would be 1 gentry)
within the following lines
tional pay, as compensation for his boundary man of the law and fold him the law
bv order! of the Government, no cruel nut to receive with politeness I ,
the \Vest
duties and responsibilities with i viz. on begining at a pointon I
foreigner can }pass the frontier or landin respectto the Gulf of Mexico where the'' the attentions of such devoted admirers -: allowed but one hog, and as he had
the Anns and Accoutre- ,
clathing, now two, he should take the fai
of thc of the I them all : one
Republic so encouraged some
any ports between and ; \
ments of the Company, shall not for- line Range two three
or tra\rl thence into the interior, South and East strikes the I I pleased! : with bewitching, and others away. Chagrined, the poor man now
feit his claim to such additional --.llo\v- same ; the
saw length and of his
without a regular passport, issued or thence North with said Rane line with; tender, words. I was anxious tu depth cie-
when : to j
ance temporarIyabscnt on duty, ditor's
he told the sheriff
countersigned by some one of the a- the South West of have as great a retinue of beaux as possible generosity ;
for less than one month corner! Townshipone
1-:=('11t3 of Mexico ; and whereas, the any period ; three South and East ,and therefore was extremely his tamily depended on jbe hog for
Range
nor when absent with lcaif, not to ?, ;
support, and if he would wait in the
Minister of the United caution offence
Plenipotentiary in-a ? not to give to any
thence direct line where
exceed three days at one t mp.. to the I
any house a few minutes he would end
States America, resident in Mexico, one. This I believe I actually effected go
1 sinks thence
By Order of the Scrimry of War: Mickasuky ; upj2.LVest
is required by the said regulations to H. JON1. Adj. (kn.yo. .. \ side or bank of the Mcf for they all appeared to be equally get; security-the sheriff consented
certify that persons calling themselves 11 24, of General Jeuit.s. I*!he rc- Ik Well pleased, and were all uo doubt ilc went therefore and took the poor '
repealed, being substituted by this para31|,ii. to where dry creek empties pig, cut his throat, aud then called
citizens of said Stairs, are entitled to 'equally sanguine in their expectations.
--.-- SW----. -=:::.:=..:::- i. same ; thence up said creek the sheriff and told him the
the of his Government Each he hilt! heart security
protection as one presumed my ,
LAWS OF FLOBXPA.: Georgia line ; on the North -1 before .
the door.
tuih :-notice is 11\1 eby.t, given, that --- -- -- !. boundary line of the. S;.te of Georgia; and fairly! anticipated the time when lay

every American citizen, who leaves An act to prevent tradhig with Negroes. on tu! E-IST by the \VeSTt-rl1 boundary he should become master of my person -- Pittsburg Argus.-

the United States with the intension- Be it enacted by the Governor end '1-nc: ofAl'tcluio county, rind OQ the and fortune. At balls, parties, } From the New York Courier. "

of visiting Mexico, is expected to fur Legislative Council of the Territory I. South by the Gulf of Mexico ; and &c. there were always half a dozen Confusion of .J."Vamu."rfj have

nish himself with properly authenticated of Florida, That no person shall [ the said CO'IH\! 'shall be included in the 1 1I. fop? and coxcombs crowding around often reflected with admiration on the

certificates of citizenship, coun- buy, or sell, or receive of; to, or from 1 seventh electoral* ; Legi>Lu ve District.Sec. \j jI I! me at once, endeavouring to catch ;i natural and beautiful custom of distinguishing -

tcrsiancd by an agent of this Republic. a slave, spirituous liquors or any commodity 1 I 2. He it farther enacted, That| smile: an ogle,or a tender look, whilst, :! men by their characteresticsurnames.

Passports issued by the Mexican Vice whatsoever, without the leave the county court Jflhc county of Le-I I to my inexpressible pleasure, many i ii We say natural, becauseit

Consuls in the ports of the United or consent of the master, owner or II on shaH!! ijol'ien* !J ) on the first Monday :i other young ladies, who wished to be i is discarded'by modern civilization,

States will not be considered as njffi- I overseer ofbiich slave; and if any person 'I of F( 'jriK-TV: ;and eptenibeznext, I.I i considered my rivals; were neglected and left to the rude and unsophisticated

dent testimony of citizenship at this I shall presume to deal with any at he I Cit: ci'Tliairsseo:[: : and in e.ictiteI'y i; and unnoticed. To me this was like savage. Civilization however occasionally -

office. J. R. POLNSETT. slave, without such leave or consent, & vcai '.i1LI"t"t( r, &lme County' exhilarating gas. III thi3 manner feels the loss of this conve-

he or she so offending shall forfeit and
GENERAL_ORDERS.DEPATMLIST to the master of such devoted lovers pressed me to know' proportion between the increase of
pay or owner I 4'i! '.!.": .:iit- iays, in each and j my
or WAR. slave, four times the value of the tiling I every .vr... ,1.1'.i!: sViii! !.I be holden at the I their fate ; I will frankly acknowledge population and the increase of name ,
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, sold received be : that this was a new source of pleasure that the same name and surname are -
WASHINGTON, 21.-' Vjy, 1527. so bought, or to recovered jhoiise I 1 o'Jtiti- <;. ?*wt-rn! .,jn, until the I I
with action .. to me, for I wonted to have it rumour-: applied to some hundreds, and occasionally -
costs
The following amendments will be by upon i permanent : :' '.;! jc-: ice for said
the in of record in ed ahout) that case court -
adopted by the Army : any county is t' ."Ui."ii ; saJ: court '
1. In the last line of No. 820 of this Territory, and shall also forfeit I shall hold two a -.;;..osr.I: -e .ious in my retinue liana dozen of the most source of endless confusion. Mr.
John Smith who is worth
and the further of ordinary of my olllants: &. I kimw it.. not six-
14 Infantry Tacties before pay sum fiftydol- each year for pr-A-.r; rjMiK'SSec. :-.
immediately }lars to who will sue for 1k "ici That would aii'Li new lustre to :uy fain'1. I pence, receives letter through theostOfficerequestingaiimn
the word "right," insert the any person 3. it.fdr'.lrr r: -II '
the be recovered with .: By some a grl; is never esteemed : : of five
words same, to costs the Comity Court fur jt.14:i on cmm-)
left
or, tiil his thousand! dollars, while Mr. J.'hl1
she
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highly rejecto-J two
by warrant Before a of the very
justice
their first !
shall at SL-ioion! iippulut
?:t. As often the command "Port ty Smith who is .
as a of
in the other I or three be-iux.: I wis aware of .hi-, man ample t' -
same manner ;ns commissioner sdectmanetit
peace, ; five to :M >or- :
Arms, may occur, transpose the debts dollars I | aud therefore giVtpositi: : "e rufus .h -I ue. receives a note from bl1 tctH r's
,jiot exceeding fifty or seat of justice for said] cOlmI -
words so as to read, v4nn-PoRT. I threw two doctor., and itioiuey, staling that if he does not
to lawyers,
receive his her bare back
on or twenty Itv, and the same shall be establishedi
3. In the second line of No. 351, lashes, well laid on at the nublic I I ** the said county court, and regulated several others of less note. I w-s pay for.a l leg of mutton he will be

J of General Rotations of the Army whipping post, but shall nevertheless j according to law. now i-i! the zer.thof: my glory, ad waited upon by a constable l Now"* i iliese if '

,"c.xplullge the word immediate- mired l voMn enl>jm.tn\yho: : loiters had been directed! to
be liable to pay the costs of such war- Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, Ity every f cjs '.
J ly.11 rant. That there slnll be held a county :iw me, :-ind tlf' }pjscd by every young John Smith, the poor,'Iud John; Smith '

4. In No. 1448, line eleventh expunge 1 i-iy who consi-Jered herself any thing the rich, all this would. not hive hap
Sec. 2. Be further enacted, That !: court in the county Washington! on
ucned.
nil of that paragraph after the any person who shjill on the Sabbath 1 the fourth )Monday of April and November !ike my equal. The latter part ,; > .
J words staff of the School." this i expression may appear strange to Again : John Johnson, the bacho .
day, buy, sell, or receive of, to, or 1 ; and until the county se.tt
ior receives it is in female!
loiter
a
with the a
who ;
: B} Order: It. JO.EMj. Gen. : tiiose are un-'equcinted
shall havo
from a slave, commodity whatsoever : been permanently est'i-:
hand he it and reads.
aud ill-will which exists ;
, DKPARTMEST: OF WAR. without the leave, or consentof : bushed, said court slmll hold its scs- secret envy, opens
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S Ornrr. I j bvwoeii rival belles, !but not to those "JIg Dear Husband.-Our daughters -
WJIKHJNGTON, Hth Juur, lt:::>:27. the master or overseer_ of such vlave, sions I at the house of John Bush, until who I from- Jane and S-irah have both 'cot

1. Clothing accounts of discharged given in writing, or shall buy, sell, or otherwise provided for. when are.I : that speak as soon as! experience voungi| the measles, aDd John wants a new r
soldiers, shall be settled according to receive of: to, or from any slave on \ Passed 61th (IGth) January 1S27. say any of Send
gins tile decided ascendancy over pair pantalooas. me some
Approved. January 20th 1S27.! lady |
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the prices established for tbe year the day aforesaid, slnll in addition to
the
all the others, she immediately money to pay Doctor and our
An act more effectually to define the boun-
: 1S27 which tariff for settlement will the aforesaid forfeit and I
penalties ,
pay board the
daiy line between the Counties of Duval caius their ill-will. Aspiring politicians ; pantaloons you must send
cuutinuc until) otherwise directed. the sum of ten dollars, to be and Nassr
by We
u. mo private
are not more jealous and enviOUS opportunity.
2. The commutation price of clothing ed by warrant from any reco\'er-I Be it enacted by the Governor and of each other than fashionable shall return to town in a month.

per month, is fixed at $2 50 for the county or corporation, by any j 1 Legislative Council of the Territory young ladies are. But let me proceedin Your loving wife.

each servant authorised to be kept by person who will prosecute for the of Florida, That from and after the my confessions. In the course of POLLYJOHNSON.New .

Commissioned Officers. same. 1 passage of this act, the boundary one year after I had made tUo first rejection Paltz, July 6, 1827.

3. Officers' pay-accounts shall not Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, Tbat I line between the counties of Duval I was asked by the rest of John Johnson, the bachelor, feels

be passed awayor transferred by them, if it shall be proved to the satisfaction I and Nassau shall be, and commenceat my stitors to let them know their fate like Tantalus, while j"ohn.J ohDson,

for any amount which is not actually of any court of law, justice of the 1 the mouth of Nassau river, running likewise. They were all so hand- the married man has left tho>Post Office \

due at the time. Should an Officer peace, that any person hath been I thence up the sard river to Thomas some, so fine,' and so accomplished, the same morning sad and miso-

transfer his accounts, ho will immediately guilty of any of the offences of buy- I r I Svvamp, running thence up the said that it would have required a being rable, that he had not heard from his

communicate the fact to the ing, selling or receiving, to, or from I swamp to its head waters, running of superior judgment to point out the wife and children.
slave without the consent of his thence in direct line to the head wa- I first .
P il.Y-l113ster General, and to the Pay- any II best choice. engaged myselfto George Thompson-owes more than
or her owner or overseer, contrary to ters of big creek, and thence, down and then another and he
at
master by whom such accounts are expected one, to can pay, and advertises for the
to be paid ; otherwise Pay- the true intent and meaning of this big creek. to the waters of St.llary'srive. last, displeased and rejected (as I benefit of the Act, aDd immediately] ,
act it shall be lawful for such court Or .. the western boundary of Nassau tliera. I
masters are prohibited from settling S thought)! tbe whole ( had George Thompson, who is a merchant -
them. justice to rule such person to give security county. now arrived at a pretty good age, my in fair business has alt his ere.

By Order of the 8 cretarr of War; for his or her good behaviourfor i Approved, December. 30th, 1827.. charms were fading, and mv attrac- ditors pressing upon him at once, and
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R.JOtfESAdj.Gen.DEPARTMENT one yoar, and on failure of such I ':DIISUJajkf.JLNY.- -= tions were eclipsed by those of other ,perhaps'before he can correct the mistake *

OF WAR, person to give the security required, girls who had grownup" equally as hi:; credit is also rowed.la .

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE. he or she shall be committed to jail, /Vom tk Lidit1 Littiary Pert Folio. beautiful & fascinating as I had been truth, there is no limit to the

WASHISOTOM, 11th Jane, 1S27. there to remain till the security be CONFESSIONS OF A COUUETTE. and much ber .._ calculated to pleasea slanders, which daily occur from this "

Cadet acting as supernumerary P given, or till hfl or $he be otherwise Mn. EDITOR-Being .bora and certain class ufyoung men. 1 endeavored throwing of names into common-

Officers of tha Army in virtue o1 r discharged by due course of law. brought up in a country where female to ruin more hearts ; but stock. Love letters, duuning letters,
their
tooted brevets shall hereafter be pro: S.ec.4. And be it further enacted', education is greatly -neglected, and alas i it was too late. All of my mild prOtest of notes, family secrets, &c. "

of tha to vacancies of the lowest grade;; That all acts or parts of acts inconsistent where tho young ladies spend moof. looks ogles, and tender words were '&c. get into the wrong handsand play' .

Regiment or Corps in which with the provisions of this act,be, their time dressing and endeavoring of no avail. I now, for the first time, hie deuce all'round. \V'lee no-remedy

thc1 are ftf; Order first appointed.of ike Secretary War: and the same are hereby repealed, to aitra&the e_ attention of per. in my life, began to reflect seriously unless a ueir batch of names can bo .

B 17 the external ou ; actions and Qndl.tC1J and bci -! created- Earth,oir and ocean most *
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socurotl, an J allthafti. ;:liorM: fore.i nCC't r.gt i1I} citizens, b :.uhich 'the reas If the lumbers of the hartford perceive why the printer should be 1 Sections IT, 20 and 30, jQ'12 N.
t had been rah.r. required to give an article in J his line R 4 W-these being full '
l'fi> sr, tri .1 n.ust b' ,dl. ',Ulc-ct Little public voice was ui thc active of business, any more than other people to the intent and
will! ia' found for IHI- on th'' Mii' k cfof the jH'Cscnt government as he&suong as many meanin<*
the earth.Vc have i lrt aci'y1 r. ouibe Republic. politicals I of! the present clay, much or why lie should be worse paid. of the Law, which, as it respects tho

P<-cst, :\.r. Wood, J11r.'" ( ioc. Mr.itn 1 ; The 1 following two extracts nrc the evilo;ht have resulted from their Felons on the finger may be effect- I selections for this Township requires

<;;! .Mr. I Hill I :Mi.i H;.'. Mr. Pinr3r. :I first and ]hit puaji\phs of the letter, convo tiou.I ually cured, it is said, in three' hours, I that they should be selected' in sections

: Ash} :.!r. Dii c h, ,',c. -"!hcn hi the :i\\hich i arc all! we deem it important FrlJllJ?'rt, Jlll1;' 21. with a poultice, of the size of a small I corresponding with any of the

1 1ttr.:, vl< m'I L w, : !t:,H.' : t r. Iiflu11In : j I to give : W7dc m from the Western Citizen bean, made of quick lime, slacked legal subdivisions, and therefore t the
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-) J.tr.- w.prlTf' ..'.r. \\.;"tc'!' :'lr..J'r4Joks, BijgndieriPii; Jove Gabriel Peny. hiLt 'thc case of Isaac B. lelia! with soap, bound on tho spot, and renewed : residue of the land, to complete tho

\1i. H i in: :, ;'.!f. I Llr.. Pod!. ;.f. Sji I have ]landed in this province was cajed on Tuesday the 12th mst.at every half !! Township East of the Appalachicuh;

I tc1: l". LliIVt' :1C r"UW', :ah.Ht. !- the )Il-I, the bau15ois, "rnccdor, Caracas and tIle Harri..oIl Circuit Court, he hour.A4 may be selected in entire legal sections .

.dbt :1:s nfiljcvicrs 1 loi Mr. j'"I-I \ .A ri'U"f ;' and tho Commandant Gen. having'ap, ;eared at the bar. On Ji li I or sections of.7 squire form,

;Mr.I UhMr.! I'ikr, Mr. Cr.h, Joseiii; >t iinf-nto huslaiufed at Paita Wcdn&sdair evening six jurors had I composed of two contiguous lulf sections

, HId ir r. N t./ht. ,Amorist) tll(':,l Jiisn j I II with tlie liile iiattalion; twO'Companies ,. been dhtaiiicd, two of whom Desha or of four quarter sections.

the I qiuttirupcus many it III e.., may I I befouini ,'frohiCaracas ; nd the 4th sqnadrtyi J. challenged, and thoy were disclaargcd'i ; Thy following* scc;ion: in lieu of

HotBot{ 111 use, as we h.ixe likon of 11 tisai- 'Your'.Excellency must on Thursday twamore liad been obtained the L.ir.ris covered by p:;v.uo chims: ,

I frwrn ibc. litter only IMr. Hull, be informed that the movement made m.jkine: six in all. The culprit in the Township Urtvt oftho Annalacbicola ; -

t ?\11'. Stag11'. Hug, and perhaps one by this division on the 2(31()lh of :January lIds a right to challenge sixteen viz. Sec. 14, the vhois of

f or -tWO JfO"o. -- in Peru was desisine-.i to show the poo- : lJI6II'C, which makes it probable a jurywill 23_ and. rro.24_, .in T.4_ N. .of t R 7V.. ijrib -.
; |v III seleriiijA- f!'oiouaitics! and pie of Colombia! :; that tills! division J I r not be made iii). There was a in T d iN, t9 .V, ..in'i Swo-g

sions n;HkinJ has iu\\\ n a 1Ucl pas-I would sacrifice: itself a thousand} times : irotion: made at the commencement to 6 and 14 in T 3 N, It 10 \V, iru ,.h"

ta(ic. Thus! we }have ? Ir. (;oid.. I for }hfr liberty, and that of: her sisters i hive him discharged, but it was overruled proved, and the selections of'Vac::'i-

but p.oi 1\- .Jsui ; &.II'" ;i ()*\ I but 110 J! :l id will nc permit her to lament by the court. Isaac looksas =' _-_ -_= _. al sections; :3, 10 and 13 in 'V 14 '';,
I .
; !3 onow ; 'Mr.V55O: i but no Mr.I'cohh i her: sri 1:1l'" s. The suine reason which] well as }he did before he cut his FRiDAY, AUGUST. 3rd.1827. R 7 W, and fractional section S:;, .r, \,

; i\1 Ir. Stioiv, bur no Mr.Frrlle jnruCt.c11H! division of l'Pill to separate throat: though not quite so fleshy.lie I'erite---sans- 7 W, will be approved, provider y., pcur.APPOINTMENT
; Mr. Hope, hut; TJO :\\1-. I'V'ir: ; from (.}l'n. L-tn, us well as the brcHthe.s through a tube, in which -- deem advisable to take them as whole!

,' :::1:1, i ;\l!. Voun: iovc, but n<' 31 r. other Chiefs extends to thtextraordimry he makes a considerable whe iug." BY THK PRESIDENTS I sections. The law requires! that tho

YOt1UiJ.! : H'JI1t.s: Care rol 1t11mf.', powers of yoiir Cxcollency, & 0- rite last Frankfort Argus -states, THOMAS RANDALL Floridi, to !hc' Jud t-of selections to be made, in lieu; of the

: traiitIv] i1)aFI] 'I ( ;lIJ1t.'. Admirrd Sir I ther Chiefconceined! in the plan for that the attempt made; to obtain a jury i the ,Unite. in place States of Augustus for the Middle Woodward! District of,Florida de- lands covered by private claims, I

t .-. j!>auc l'<-din; i.\:1: meiry old .;1 lor, Mr.Sharpc fonnin"; tir-j 'jn.-.it; empire of republics, in the case of Isaac B. Desha proved ceased. should be made "in sections," which,

is n'r) hlunt. \]Jr. Kluut] (as c- Colombia, Peru and. 'Boliviaanti inefiectual--tlat six jurors only I tho Secretary of the Treasury requests

vcry body) ]knowtistho: } sharpest man what lately appeared in Colombiu: were procu-ed-that: since the previous Fire Company No. 2. me to state to you, limits tho

in towr., King: pjifcssex to be a has convinted n', tint his Excellency term of the Conrt, he had been I I \Ve wnuM remind the Members of tlii* selections to entire sections, unless

: ::'::xlvdcjwicraf. !,!!. Stone i is inelVably! Gen. Bolivar.now ihinks) no more of* i suffered to go at large on bail, upon j Company thai! Monday next is the you should! recommend that a fractional

4 :,':l':, Mr U urn: iBrRr.Qi"E\'TLv KLUI, the }happiness; of tho nations, whomo the ground that confinement would :1 day for their Regular Monthly meeting section be tak..!n in lieu of such entire -

;';;'. M t'. !*\ !> thc'-'rulicst} Jl<11 ?in the many sacrifices fur liberty have ,I endanger his life; that at the late I and that the election of officers", sections.
wluoh tn hive taken
ought
place on the
v.r* '.' ,\'Jo.1..OH.S.13IIHl.' f ; : t. as a LambS placed under his direction-of thoiOiMiious tern: a motion was made to continue !,I first Monday\ otjuly, ha not yet been With great respect, &c.

!.; -.' Li'.tlib.sU"dy! > a Loa.: 3Ir.5il I among whom} his namo ws us his buil ; but on consulting with the : held, inconsequence of failures in two attempts (Signed) GEO. GRAHAM.

>s -' t;''e ] :cure of *-aI1"111'! : much respected( l ti: adored, and thinksnuy physicians, who pronounced t'.jal confinement I, to form a qUIJrIl m. Is it pGssibk His Ex'c'yV.. P. DC7AL
;: -iju; ....k :r fcuwtlieii.sitlo (11 l" :, ohurch I I I, of the }horriblellan) of enslavini: woulu) not now jeopardize that persons who laudably join in such as- ,

JuU: ,, -at :.<-." .'t ..'ave away: sixpence I tI,$. as the Bolivian ...ol1stitljtiol1Iiain'y; his life, the Juilgu remanded him to aucict'KJn.s, should relax! in their zeal inconsequence Tallahassee Florida.P.
the .
I :?;,<; :'r. *1 r,in've is the gi cutest I-iIOW"i I :. jail. Whereupon, his father:, the of of for nnfrequent occur-
ivnce a necessity their services ? S. The fractional
. r. "*' :u Nv Y oih.U i u.-I could r.TKii ihnt th? Superior: (jiovernBr, granted)him a full and free Better witlul'uw! from the Company and section 13, 4
I ; 'o KT Mumoii'l that a C i.vrrtio'iir Chief.H1Il tin. Intendant and other pardon: .1 t is said: that ho breathes allow it either entirely to Ink or hive N, R 7V being part of a large and.
I .1t called for; taking: into co'i, ,idcra- their filled: active compact selection,' will, I prasuraej;
Chiefs: t ;, who haio-been thn movers of through-Jisilver! : tube inserted in his ;places by :inl etDcientnienihers.
I i"-n ;ln nianufiicturiuj of namo We trut that the Member- on rc'-ohsideration by the Secretary,
: new the act of Dictatorship, J which live: ihnoat I, wmh requires frequent changing *
I will wake fnin: their l.-.thur and show be calculated flnreeably to the actual
Z'2'! Ill ulOrc'proper oft y
application been in have dtinjsinj and when it
pussi-ii; your City, might! or :- is. removed
I ,I' themselves' worthy of the cauracter the quantity ofl.md: contained in it aud
..._ :.c. )1. the imidcnce t to separate themselves he strangles I and if not replaced !I' cnmn.tnv forllerIush ned.. ,
.._ ....._..._ I S 4 oJ ----- not as a full section.
:
,- -. -. .. from and
} that
-- --- th.'s 'lepirunent: ; the \vould soon su1 ocate. ; _
.- -- -- ----
"_j. .f- \ 'p : 'p't' C. .' ', :" I 77i In = i-' ITo -- 7C
Wrtar/I
two hours from
the liuitiuiate, the time
.. .t .!; .... -i l Municipality, as inpres i/A.?
h w. : ; From Ih: Norfolk: HeraM July the Book of M VAU'N ICA1TS..
subscription, for Stork in the
-a.-- --: '= -;:- ; : : e.f would .
--- entaion Ihe people .
> inme A splendid Ball was given on -Friday Joint-Stock: Company Ibr establishing and =- --- '-- -- -- -- -
-- ......c' '"" -.-',1io" : some Iniendant: to their satisfactiou ; evecing 'last,'by C lfJt. -BUDn and erecting a Wh-irf! this City, was open, c\ery the Editor of the Pensacola Gasttle.
I'I,7: share uir' subscribed {f'r. It niuclijalu.c A has been
givcd us industriously}
..__. r L..ttst : tiattiie Dep.artment; mayhe'jc/verned the Officers of the sloop of war Natcht' to record: a fact "> the report
s. encouraging to
'fJ.J-;.:... viPLiT! by our con. utution ; and that in case /, on board thuir vessel, lyinj; in our prn.-.onf; i oid; h ut Aldermen: anil ii') highly creo- circnhied that IR. PINKHAM isfrivor i ia
f, .'.':.' :, t-." ,:.'. ..:',.t.". .. ii any of those Chiefs: : f-hould wish to remain harbor, to: a numerous and fashionable it.ible to our Citizens. Tiuit nine thous-tnd i ioll.ir f of annexing! a portion of this
L.L''i }7.* J : worth ol tock, of which ten per cent must Territory 10 the State of
in it slr.di simple Alabama
:
I/ they only :as

stay company, exhibiting a display of,I le jrnd nt the time of fubscribin should he taI ; -
I /i'-7jJ citizens, since the division: is conMimis beauty and eh, .'ncc which has seldom l- I KJII in tiie vourae of l two hours, i Utlw n-o.-tt (,n- I thin following: cstract from the proceedings -
I I pilui111'111..- ii whir.li lello\v-cuiz eOllld of tho las' Coun.
our Legislative
, that: the ho.vt republicans: have bet-1, rivalled. The deck :
quarter -\pre:: their nppruLaliou ot tilt! !n(. ,ue and; iI is
l'tir f1c PoHtNilf Gctrlic.irr cil of which he
: been infatuated the of tin I i vr.is a member, must
by project v/as cleared for the purpose, and presented :I a niNt ('nii.inein' proof that the Mesnbers of j ji
- : -1 ;'irf iipn.i. tivti [talc,, pali;* check, I ronsiiution! : <>t1tit V11, ii iud have even :1 the of 1 a beautiful: I our City: Council will be supported by their conLIfIifl 'j I, convince any one tin: the assertion. i iij
\\ r'i thf it "t: "'iit'vin d ttj Llo.'iii : appearance; : thoir
!!
; laudable ciidrusorsto
Al ti--f h"- rt'k.< (.;,',. S" pItiiIvI ; t-j./--iu, i lven it an impulse, believing that in pavilion, canypied with! sails ancl1 fes- our.heretofoie much nf.trlt'cwj, Citv.r i.iur've nile| on j I entirely unfounded.
Tlu "it Jnl"nn, lootLlc IQII IJ. I it consisted the security and".liberty of k.dtMirk with tricgated .llagi, tasteful- this .- ; Tlie division knows noj it xvotii.! f he cry i iwonIIra.bLc: to the /"f
11.\]lvf,- ,d"! .n r.<' hnrller; llov.er, the republic. ; .lined. with i evergreens-a fiordiple I OUIUT.S uf Lois, and would bt a crtat CX1)Pt1C improveUncut -"OUllC..
I t E'1' 111-,111..1: .11 l'.e : rii';: ; enemies; t ibose who) oppose! the libi j jerty = space to accommodate to the appoarauct: of the City, if an Onlinancp 14'v'dnsda1, Janu-iry 11, 1827Mr. .
y .t\u'J ill t.y: f-l: !!:11t ";!': : ;It'\HT, of their IIndtren1) division: tillion sets at a time. The \ver pI"; ed directiu-j that the fiiie-\val\s! \r yatt, oiler.ije! : following
\ \ I've l.cai.l thcc&vvcttlv. 'jll.'. f
should
; he pa\ed and treew set out in front of
Iii and the orders of the resolution licbalwd ,
\\ rp.-x-ct obey most entertained ; ( e cpiriionof
c0w5itTfy were agreeably -adi list ; .in? authorising ti-uanU to comply
Anl tcrrriiy. .n> the rSl/s prc n rurx, I { nim.ir.nt elected. by the Municipali- in a style of true Naval \hospitality \ with, ti! <: prllHI: of the Ordinance, and pay the Legislative Council ; urn rno':

I c ''I'ir Vlitnilic t.i vi.1d ilu- i I- *M.li-

AuJ _,tjUtifi' tliy liijtii.i : ic-- olnved: the orders ol'ihe ligiurnaio I give 'L'st 10 enjoyment, and is llC'Crfur A> i1'"I1'I-' Mr.-1]. B.Corlcy propose.-1 to visible, and that oir Deh-i, :tt'\ III u'oa-

IJ j v.-as rr.iifi.iH*, ftiLcfa"! I (nfnl1HlI: t.r' a moment deficient in ('mutesand eft.ibiii.lt in this! place a !privatecadt"IHY, fur gress be instructed! to exert '--i! :.; ,d:'to

i);t js.fg. U \. \f tree! ;1r .!r.i'H !-,- ; .: i it appears! that; ten bys: after the 1el1t ion,) until a late hour, when Cias.ial i in.eiictiju!;I literature.of childrejtand lie has youth determined]in Knslisli & resist any attempts which ,.:':'l !)t
to
.&1),1 \,*'"' "l'J' 'T :s* il:< .-< .JWAO, receipt: of this letter: a change was made in that body to annex
make : -.ft
Hi l-tlM thr .!ifniut> oVarAla. '. they departed( delighted no less \vith i i j I ; thilts: permanent re/idence, and will o- n.- ;
made in the ,OVM1iiiiCIit of the Ci ty. the iuani -r in which they had .passed ;;' pt-n hi' Acv.-lfc'ny immediately if he receives of the Territory to any of tlio a-(joining -

.*! J'-r.i' f.tt" >:l5tThns: 'niifyJfc An: official: document, signed Mii ieldo the evening; than wall the pohto uuJ oiumr.iiicd rncHri ;('lIlrnt" ] to 10 eome(clno of our Mr.mo.-t C. comes distinguished highly States ; as they consider such a

rfott,t 1ullJ'* ."r.w! f h1 KitiUl$ bn\v k ti'irr I tlitwii i ; thy ."(1t11 j1SYtOII1: political I municipal : assiduous attentions of their hy-pitsble nt.xein: ; lor; character and qualiticatince, i i:5 a po- measure, if carried into effect, would
hicf of the declaresin li.-'he! !.eflteiI1Iil of hljsral edur.'ition, and we be without the and
.jro low to mioU'y'tI thrino.Vii ( canton, consejnenceof and( gullunt entertainers.Savannah ilwiiht not !Ii" iblipli-.jient! will be found worthy consent againstthe
( the unanimous: election oiCicneral : of Tenns Ac. express will (their constituents ;
ascertained
July! 1-1.- Craw ;p'ltrci'iaije. can hyrefeniue
IjiL} t.1111.; Cl.-fOWIa tIC! mr.
: r'r, I II
: RII11 u'n :J.y I ."'r'. ,t'r. Lmar; by acclamation, to ford lias; accepted the appointment of I to his; proposals l which may be seen and completely calculated to destroythat
And '''111'.', .\:.\; '. tn.: .:"lIct; i tC t!, I t'no lif.ul, of tije department, aiter the Judg of the Superior Court and is ; at the i'cit Oliice, or by...irpA: ir0r to Mr. Corley. which is their best hopes that
% \ .Jnc, J. .x t 1(JIl'l'. I
precipitate: fli-j'it:: of tho former ;authorities now officiating Judge of the Northern The (f. S. rihip John Adins, failed from this of becoming a State Government.. *
ta (_i. j I IJfiJ (iciioral: L. \vhoat first declined .Port..on. the'27th. ult. r.iider tiie Command nf E. Which; was :nan irnously adopted.If .
... Circuit this State.Lonisi'Ule .ow
--. -- -. -- () t(. Shahriek: :... We'ux' happy to .suite that
jI acrC'pai:,, w.-' mane ciyj' ami munarychief Mr. P ;ink ham had been in favor
July 3 Major Gen. Brown, we bate un er>toodtht.] Omrcrsund c:'. were
-. : awl Col. 1 ili: ,::uidc, conidt. at accompanied by Lieut. Vintonhis, aid. and all in sood hn'th. We wil? aUa add that our annexing any pirt of the Territoryof

.0 /'Ytfw .t", ( '.-'Hie J 1.g (Dnxbu- I; an\i Tho mnninp.itty! sctk] : as if Cols. 'Ic or.lllnti \, >olley of the 1st and cili/i health n' 'generally-wuhaie have been eujoyed fa\orc-d nninU'rruptcdIjood With! Florida to Alabama, he certainly

ct ry, ?4 Jays l ":m\ IOC11: (':(', arriH'cll! II I they had} yi -ded! only to avoid a civil A;:h luf.intry. ;i. r"p.III'l"rc.'m: ) on S-.unlay( last .-. : !lately and! lia\c eierypixMpeclofu s<> .ne.iliibnoiMshowers would 'have, attempted to effect his*
in the boat
at liostou 0:1 Satift-ilay: Jsfn-Moonnijd i j I I war ; but the }people appear to have I clcaiu Miw Hoir-iles YORK from, June bt. 21.Louis. healthy: season_ object at the time he was in the Council -

1.1 biouLht a :lilt' (it' the Jotinul hi Conincrce i It-sired( the chin l". Is ftt'in of Fnri Laud on the contrary, it from
I I Fourth of Jut/!;. and Final Extinction ? >tcjn/ -On a r 'lItjonl'lH'Y appears
to the 2l>t.I1 :1.1The. 1 h1e: i Extract of a letter from Laguira through! the interior of F'1oriii, our :hl.' Journal that he supported a resolution -
in Nno York. Preparations
contains 1\J 1 li.itetl 'Jl-st ult.-" All is here. of Slavery DhC4.Lte: ; timid some roinpl ..its and fears ex-
it
paper a : rorrcip.iuiifiirebitwt'cn tranquil declaring to be inexpedient
I arc making in the principal parsed, in r<:at.on to the manner in whic: h the
the French! .cOlIL .'rcial Gen. Pafz has been ill but is .electiuiis uf iamb 'to adopt such! Mr.
A-I very towns in this Stare and elswhere for : granted to the Teintory IV i any measure. Pirik-
J t: gc-nt, fiit a I lYiiVi: rnd tIle -Minister : now recovering. Markets: dull. A the ]bfiH'fir of a ''(:1I1i.na.r}' of Learning, had been ham; }ple.jgos lun'solf at this time, that
an appropriate; :and joyous celebration: made and inuiiedinteiy addreseed letter
i ;
a t.-
of t the latter novt.-rnr.UMiT, in which : heavy increase of duties lias Le'>a laid of our JVw/io/i'j Mirth na.1on thelpprocm the 'omiin.oner: of the fieneral Land (OSfe) he will not attempt any such thing ;

lie refuses to accredit tlio former, IItILJ bo IIpon-provisions .-fc-j." of The (III the (UIjct. Our readers: will observe !Vom and, froiii hs former opposition to it,
< July.
) j-lib day
< the letter to Governor Diiva]
of which
(' his conimission *!oc'.s not fully A letter from Caracas, dated] June joy of the or.c.ls.nn in thiSt tt( will is \i'i\ 'below, that the S-'Crttuy a ropy ol the Treasury tim people 11.1\'e a right: to put confidence

. r*''<).n7c; ihe' iiulcju-ndcnce! of Pt-";. l ..Is saJ; .'" A messenger arrived : 'he. rendered] two fold, by the fact that lta .p-r.ide'l! that the law Jiuihd tIC oelections in his assertion. "VOTER..
'- 'I !lie Jonrtrd dn C'onnnerco thinks I lust from Bogota. I to entire wtion.*, s-> that selections made
night Congress that slavery: in New York he-
on day in s.ujU det.i'jn'd; luntitics will not be .
.lllCl'Uleflthrre "This
tl.at) ilu4 Fi'tnch :\' l'n: has been very ; his met and' refused to the / I { resolution was published in tlmPC:1.aco
; accept re.si'jnations comes extinct.The first act for the ; i ii I thereloro no danger of an in- Gazette
: a of 1st June from
4 :nlb: innate in lii and lo1ivir\ and t I'I'l'n'l1l'e' With the wished of I au
) language) rca- of Sunlander./ rights or the
: gradual 1 abolition of slavery in this settiers- I ofii.ial copy of the Journals made by thu
\oIlml( ;. JJrrc.autilc AJwrti&cr.Train I Clerk of the CO 1l1CII.-Editor.
State was passed 1 lA 1799.-lint it was TRCSAURY 'DEPARTMENT
1'1. 3Ialr!: Consul (;Jencr.il of ---. -i ._ )
L Franc' 10 I llayli i, had; j&.st ;n rived at DOMESTIC- the act of 31st of March 1S17, that (en'V. Lend Ojjice, 9lh July IS21. J For the J'cnsacula Gazette.
.. effectually laid the axe at the root of Sir I have received
r JJrcs:, in j lie frigate j\Iict.! : L-- __ ]. ,- just your letter NO. I.
t T-VO vcsi'-ls I ef)f tbe I line, and 1. ihe Philu>lt.lrhlaGazette.. the evil.Although. of the J 15th ultimo, and probably To the IVlembtrs of the next

c fnj.r5 hi
sea at Uiest. tint wfs do not consider OUrSf vcs re- sIaH'rill remain with the owners 'ofthe : : manner, than by furnishingyou GENTLEm-l-Fur any defects of style,
for the sentiments advanced slaves till they arrive at the of with a of letter of the
spon.-ibk' age of
A letlt-r fiom I lionrhon.! P\-b. 2." ( copy my or errors composition, I pray you to excuse
# snys, the port of the Klc of France j is I in the political news articles, which it twenty one years, in the same manner LHh ultimo\ to Governor Duval, designating me ; I am not ia the ha ,rt of writing.
cln--t.l! to the- French is necessaiy to publish from time to as poor children bound out by the iho locations of Seminary I have been an observer of men and things,
flig.; I in Florida for several and hive
time the chain of overseers of the yet it will beemphatically hauls which have been years, s'en
intelligence
to poor already sanctioned
Ti: ; 1iirte C : (!'i i ieic, }built,; at preserve that, whilst the National Treasury has bca
unbrokcn.I true that from and 1 alter I and showing the principles on opened to-all far couldbe
T.iiiM'ilhfor! the Piuha; of Firypt: our wants, so as they
} I Tuesday of next week the soil of which locations hereafter reached national local
be made
to by legislation, our
}I'ris arrived: in safety at Alexandria There are for example in (the I
; ,
I Now York will no longer be polluted wik be affairs have been conducted in such a bun
approved.
ltit the! corvelti is ?aid to h lh'cn toasts drank at the Vvuxhall: Dinner by the futtt of slave. I have tho honor bo gliog, inefficient, and vicious manner, as to
taken by the Cijcds, md carried.ttill sundry hits and shshcs ai the Hartford to bring distress and misery on us at hjame
IMa NEW YORK, June 25.'Wo very respectfully, Sir, &i and abroad. I
| i di I IuMiinii.4; Convention. The Conventionwas contempt ignominy beganto
Tho are informed that a mad dog your obedient Servt. think giving UtJ the Territory hope
L1tflI'S. sustained I at Toulouse held before our time and
-
perhaps was killed yesterday morning in Water Geo. Graham. less and incorrigible ; and, like maiir. other
&r.; art Slillw be incalculable.A judgment be erroneous i
may street .between Coffee House and who have run away or beco persecuted out
fres-he: hi'd also caused great lis- but we have recently perused its proceedings Hon. J. M. White. of it, to abandon. it to hi fate. Whilst I
:js.i-rs r.t St. [ucnnc. Several .1i'cw"rc ? and]could find. nothing there. Old slip. He was very ferocious, & Pensacola. was indulging:in these cogitations,a thought
J lost.from many gentlemen were in danger of being came across my mind, that, (seeing 10. ma*
into justify the obloquy! heaped
General
upon Land Office )
bitten.-American. ny lawyers in the country, who understandtheir
.Guayaquil .0 ii a'aqull its member. >To doubt an excess of June 9th 1827. ) trade so badly) I would st dv, Black! :

;p-spi-r of ApriJ 16 has been received party cal was oiw of the causes that The following toast was given by Sir,-Your letter of the 14th of strme, leave my other pursuits, become one
biltc editor! of the N. V. Diijy; Ad. led t'o the Convention ; no doubt, also, Judge Fiske, at tho late celebration of May, addressed to tho Secretary of "of the carriers of the green bag, and offer

vertiter. A compleurevolution has that the calim?' of the Conventionwas the anniversary of the Charleston the Treasury, relati"o to the sejec for the Council., and in reading I borrowed the preface Tucker'sBtackstone I

t.ken place tjieie) without any blood an unadvised measure. The Forensic Club. tions.anade of lands for a Seminary of took a .' pair observations" of a sentence.

'. i htd.: The city, the fust in Coloni-} leading men of New England were, The Lawyer's declaration Learning in Florida, under the pro- or two, which thought very applicable to
Jii.i; to givo: eycn a prvrtlal sanction if we aro correctly informed much Vet simple and a simple fee, visions of the Act of the 29th of January us. These I will dedicate to you, seeing you
And all tbeff.tlin.tnil, not in existence, as Pter VJndar
are yet
: 10 the Uolivian Constitution, has been less excited than th ody of the peo-- Are nothing wfccn compared thee, 1827f is refered to me, with directions dedicated something to Prince Posterity.

!. loreniost in the counter revolution in pie : and several t .hem accepted Thou best ofJees-FK-male. to inform you that the following What I now offer is what the'gloriauf

iavor of the legitimate government) scats in the Convention, for tho express The intelligencer of Haverhh1!, (N. selections of lands made by you, profession call a case i in point"-Black-

which, we" believe, i is destine to a purposeofpreventing the coun- H.) has been discontinued' for want East of the! App lach c01a, arc approved I tone an acquaintance, Itl Book, Ed.with Preface the Constitution pn;e 17. and"If

pecdy tiiumph.Geri. sels of the rash from prevailing. 'It of sufficient of tho right kind of pa- : viz. Sections., 7, 15, 17, Laws of our country, be requisite to pre

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third! division of the Columbian troops, profit by the experience of those paid, and required to give away ma- quarters of Section 8, 3 N, 3 W- it necessarily follows that those who arc to

on the 6th of April, addressed a lett'er times, and endeavor to keep their ny oft their papers, which cost them I the other quarter of section. 8 having frame should Laws or to administer th.knowledge, Gorernnent -

to the authorities, who called a, party feelings ,within the bounds 'of money and labor. It is not easy to J I l been soldt! of these subjects.possess For a thorough what* cao be uorte .
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eb5Ur-J than that a person wholly ignorant Printer !'. A Press wa to be maintained i Prom the Last florida 1l "fl. -. -. : .- -

of,hr Constitution.: should piesuuia lo make by authority truly .' In a plain suit for I J/r. Gould.-In a late papeijyou omn.&tL1r. "
pursuant tnctrto f Or that one who the foreclosure of it Mortgage, in every inStance I --I :
Laws : request"from of su b Scr ers The ; jek1u
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Hither, understands: theConstitution nor the Printer's bill advertHo.ncnts I any your following a translation of ? Itt

t'ifi LW- sinned) boldly aihcnime to administer would to the enormous sum of$85, I a list of Colonels appointed ly his French article, on the death of Mr.

tlie Government Yct rurh occur not and in some cases $120::! when it should i Excellency. EMANUEL BONIFAY, communicated

frequently in -',IJ countries, and the! danger only have been o or t), for advertising the : I cannot furnish a complete list, our last. : m\W

tat! they will frequently occur in this, sale only The next year ninny laws for that
would be tedious: for
if prrhis, givafrr than in any oilier"tvr the benefit of the Printer were repealed, I newsjaper Ulessed are they whom God callsto

,\ 'havi.i.? rend this, nil stopped about and the next all providing for advei Using.: : publication-but I can name a pirt of himself. Let us in humiliation : UoYtot feusacoVa.ARRIVED. :

three }hours to reflect on its; application; : even those absolutely necessary, and !iucb those appointed in East Florida. bend before his decrees ; but, although -= .. =-- .

J ro.i'l; on tn where !UlacKstotir speaks of* as: are provided every where else: t askfd Col.! George Murray, Alex'r. |am- religion commands; resignation: to his ( .

rnlJiUJ: something. i iutIiih1e! to uuin- why this was ? and was answered time ilton, Francis J. Fati, Isaac N. Cox, Diviue Providence let it not be July 29th.-Schr. Amelia, Ratch,
(01 n1,1 Jrzil1l1f" (whom \ve jire too apt to Printer was out of the Council and had William supposed Tampa Biv.30th.U..
F"Ppo-c kuo'v m t'j.ui! they IMVK had an sold the Press! to one whose politics did not McCoskry, Abram Bettuny, I that to express our sorrow is a

() ',) ity tu !le.'mi1'*. 1 u.i-.ajpun; *troiiyJv suit the taste of the Council !" Profiting Edgar Macon, Peter Mitchel t tV ll!. revolt? against Him who loves and who : S. Revenue Cutter A-

inprrcs'l with the peculiar jlf:-tic( of the by this hint I found innumerable other instances J II. :Simmons, \V m. Reynolds, Alexis chastises. lab.un, Capt. W. Foster.

rr.'I'll !It, find l i it* direct application: lo the personal, instead of general le-', Foster, J. W. Simouto'ii, John tt I e1V'jnJJohl1 -, Ancient Inhabitants of Pcnsacoh Schr. Lucretia, Shaw, Mobile.
fTttinhurl. I tliPii} indulged m\, 'cl! for ifiilati i ; discreditable to those eug.igeJ in 1]'i' L. Cargo bricks for the Navy Yard.
t x hours iii the cnchAntinc!: ur.tjcipatiuns; oft it. Acts of this nature shulu he shunned Dogji-t! ,James DV-lt; of in less than fifteen davs two of your

.c !laurels! to be gathered; if I could: always by you, Mariners: shun the Florida r.:-efs. I[Nassau, James D.'ll, of Ahichu-i, most respectable citizens, have, by the SAILED.

find cases and lay so much to the point.So There is a long tale yet to be toM about I II jMaxy Dell, Lewelk-n Williams, A- inexorable hand of untimely deith, July 19th.-U. S. Revenue Cutter

; I !have decided to try my ability with a printing. 1 pray you. who are to be, to chilies Murat, of Naples] James Gads- been removed from From their Florida, Capt. Harrison, St. Marks.
ffvr : tl) on. whoaio to be, and flea- avoid the paths of predecessors their yau.
essays your ; Hon. II.
den
R.
Passengers
Hector lirackenridge
i W.Williams W. Braden birth these ,
if like I're- I IeI1 two men had been known
their
us arc and
\t'n pirservc you your jar oll nonsense ; ambiguous I
dcf'oI s {rmcnt.i and conllictinjf: provUions : I ,- Searcy, Thru tou and many they were cherished, by you ; and Lieut. Ogden, Cu!. Walton and

t uw somewhere in Tucket's preface to their senseless! H'r rIe: Jiiid endless pro- others, wliose names have escaped tears are now the only acceptable tribute James G. Drake Esq.

Iii.n kftnue, (which U ns much of it as lixity. And I pr.iy i.c People to elect my recollection. that can be paid to their memo 27th.-U. S. Ship John Adams,

rmny of onr Lawyers have road ) that lionet and capable men.Tliis It is however remarkable notwithstanding ries. To Lieut. Com. E R. Shubrick, on uCruize.
add the
: the !fiws of Virginia: in carl tinier, were : ; a-- lay Lord Coke, quoted by Black- to Eulogy, which .

jtr incredribout. in.itched! tlieefs., mOl ike stone, said will do for a uule." all this array of rank and has. been.so ablv drawn of Col. No-
August 2nd. U. S. Revenue Cut.
f.i'lr.CJ oic than! tnr perpetual rules ci pro- Lycur us. military title, fit at there has never nesjj, will no; hero be pretended : -

J) 't'. Ttii> too suited; 'ur ca!>c. I iiare, ....... I been a company Muster, with the exception his friends: and they are numerous, ter .Alabarm, Foster.
b')\\rver, collected all of tee! preciOUs dou ::- Schr. Emblem Vincent Mobile.NewYarkt .
uint.* and read them with great attention Mn. HUNT.-I have a matter of I of the Florida Rangers, much have but one consolation ; it j is-that '

; and verily, ty quote from J.lackstone, complaint to lay before you ; it is I less battaliouor regimental, or even a the family which! he left in this tran- July 6tk.Arrived at

pe they arc A 'mfuudiest- this-whenever any thins is published! Military return since his Excellency scient world, arc amply provided with Quarantine last evening, U. S Schr.

( your paper I
author! vr.!. l..t. pa;;e )-made by "iawinexpcricuced I splendid destinies of this -
which I Territory. BOMFAY whom
: ft1lrl )'ollths" I thought from a distant "place) by we have 4SOZC TJOTICS: ,

an Buft.'II,cminnJ.l: oMlie: Judinary Comin -\ supposition can excite unpleasant feelings II ijlOricu j'tti hid in the tomb, was the f'.1theof} ::S .

tticC: Congress lJcmt.a JW./ur/i man, several wjuld-bc I knowing ones Territorial Laws.For the last: Kleven: chiHren, hut one of whom has \ "..

llan 1 1Hid us, \vhc n hf decl ireil in the) S.'n- inimeili ttely fasten the authorship on four years great corupUnts have been attained, the age of manhood, and the3.iiiiigt .. ,'.M': iIi. :

a'."*, that there had bedi mre viciouslirislation me. This"is honor over much" made rtpectii1g ihe publication of the i iLa :;!JallllP.vur behold the anthur '> ff" ..,.' I .: ;'
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; in FIOli ida, than in all tte othet ". .
1f dtOtics." lie was li: lit. The:e are I and a distinction, which in some casesI I \V3 of thisnIhe. ,: i'or. Present-- of its existence. His Consort is i?" :" i(1. 'i .

tfiore blunders than veto turn: di(':11I,' of by no means covet. As no relwfcau' uncut after pre.sean-jni; h.is been one of ftiose who fulfil their: ; duties: ', :

, in hrs philosophy"':&
i.i.sfcure; Corn ts of Justice peiided! can only hope security for the future. have heen suspended ; u-iniin'ds h 1" (' oMi! murdcreis and
A public proclamation to
felons A general Jail! delivery, without You nre therefore, Mr. Editor, requested escaped punishment ; lll'Ice all i i 5:1 sit-iLcioi. :: : in tSieni, and their ac- I signed hOSE agrcruient persons who to assist have in already form

trial .' Jusices! w ho arc Drunkards or : to rive. us hi your IIcxt an immorality encouraged hy these: suspensions :-; ('') :- >-:5.nyii: prfJLJcc.i happiness :! ing a Masonic Lodge ii this City, and

w'ioarr underbonJs1ok'rpt/ze Pear I essay; ou testification" *, or.a. and delays ; the presses h..ve i lie who un.!!] ) ins existence; to such :ill other Mouibcrs of the Fraternity, who

Vagabond civil officers.CIVrriturifcl; I mean.) discourse urging each one to mind his spoken boldly and semi: forth tltir .(':,-1 a cum}) InI;! u au\rs: 'hat: he deserved may fel disposed to join ia the unJt>rt i-
An and discontented
Treasury numerous -
empty and cormorant Cicdituis i I own business. Yours, monitory voices, hut iH to to }purpose : i.rr. For 'ii.:'r ;is: rifre! a 11l'l'j do an iinr, arc at reijuoini C'.i.is';! tlotrl'oatr 'iul anadjourne. pctiiig : at 3 )'clock t ii k
AnCr.'nm lation of-P<1ulic debt, by a reckIt'.s A Subsciber. -the evil exists still ; and: to a i .iv.1'".; :li'-iiuiii-f!/ :Lr'"fl ? Yes : when she Kvcninsr. Il is hopid that t'aeic; will bj a

prwrucy i of legislation! and no mu- This word ?b found in Bj ron's work* greater public inconvenience: an.l injury : n--j' :.,i tlio .H 'lI.i.Ji of the BlesseJ I general nttendauce of the Urethern, as its

nry The Jnte edicts not yet published and was probably: coined by him ; but will than would be produced by such. ihorc ).:'i w:ii!t mot-t the soul of the : intended at tin: time tj elect officers for
JarI those heretofore where tobe
published uo
foiin-l: for sale Dio Cassias tells us, 1 think, futiiisb a good text. I ;an event, ill ony one of the Stues or! coinv'snionslie: !: p'eforred in her youth, the proposed |jv'djje, and to obtain!make other

fj'iold! by BUckstono, of the tyiant Caligula I \%te Territories I in the LJl on. I w1!;:; :i slja: oxcl'isively( : cher-shed, and necessary.nensa.LOLl. arraugcaaciits to a dis-

punishing1: : by laws the people! could not i strongly suspect our correspondent In this Territory it was importantthat ti .\': .rn she \vl! .iir'tin }present .hcr- PcnsacoiaFri'Iay) 3rd August, 1S27.IIEHEA5 .
readnlltlwr! in this : has more leisure than ourself,
case: point By i'ii"iiunieti wilii robe of ----- -- --
I its jurisprudence should become .1 spjtlcss
reflect! ; we arc b1' inure deplorable l condition ami accordingly we invite him to write 1zjgwE. S
: than were tm! &;e subject to the jude- immediately settled ; and th ititshould j .'to. ';.
on Byron's new-coined text ; and, bs'tlip {]( it the b"'lklVI"
EiriitF. of Minos jin-l Jiadn:,zanilozs ; Inleir remain fixed and unchained\ ; an i only !- I \.i S the Mother of cur dcp1.rtedI appears by
difference of convince of the Commissioners of the "Joint
style '
aI I .1u'J-. c (quoted by Hlack'jne, p'tga our such laws enacted; as were of ; .1- I :. :.v'i:: !, -.vin' c si ('lr ott"i t) "' !hti '' p'mishe aa.l t.en )heaid renders that the suspicions he complains purpose
mcdiate necessity and advanM! : ; ; ,: ; :Ji, ;: :idviio his been the ori- and erecting a wharf: in the City of Pen-
thr n.iltirc of iSic1! { fcBcr. ThcSf In' a iVwu'y of are incorrect.-Editvr. *
". c.f the rvils! now (.'tl ling-. YOU have the people themselves. This c.j ;; :;,,- ; --.I: .: ti3. !mo-it! ; nu.nerouul: : : one of sacoh"-that all the stock has! been taken -

much to do to rtcautc this Au' '':m si 1."Je.! is adopted} 1 in all the Sites, and s-c.- I1; ....' -o: -., :.i :srictak': | undies; in the -therefore

You ha\e niurh to do, to destroy o this f:4h i it- PixCOLA tlly 30th, 1S27. laws: as would prohibit:; >:tOI1C Horses ;; .'./ .:.. : "\ .,;..;ert: can }her' consol.ition Notice is Hereby Given,

tl filly and wi-kednrfs.! and to orrct a pn- JMn. Huvr: ,-I w.is at the Navy 1! and ../l.wesfiomrunning.i-; : 1 1etiir'JYi! ,:.. ;' I I-i' Hjaven--;.;!: in j on Earth I that there will be a meeting ofthe Stockholders

T'-r temple! for the pipe! to dunin:! ; a- i Yard on business list Thursday, and : : *. in cm Friday the 10th dof: August,
Kl.u-l.5l4.: L't mnz'ts itdi.t I :heboandles3: wasic: l-iihis: of s.icii: : a II C.KI -> j : : .rr, WJelightert saying -
sas rti : the House 10 o'clock A. M.
at Court at
was much pleased to >ee that fine Shipof t:. HnuelVas
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l'!"! ;1".? .acrrr: i Territory as Flori l.t, -vould: ln'"\ been "iay always for the Treasurerand

1" I ",juIII! respectfully advise; yon, whoever! War, the John Adams again underway considered a iueJe; l.-iobitio.i. : indeed. \ \visL:_,". :Sira: hundred times repeat five purpose Directors! electing, of said fund.a

you may t be. to repi-il all the Laws pu.d I i for sea Other laws eqo1 l ; ill\: ;j-suri: ;;ud nonsensical ed to ;r.--:: f-ff: ::: ct-ly:: even in early Ed. L. Drake,
turethe; first sc'*ion of the Council v itlitho .
>
been that
: It had 'twere
excrpti of those dividing the C'oun- I suggested h.ve heen {'ua (.me to time I youth, tuive I hud! any occasion to reprove Secretary pro. tan.Pensicob .

ti";. and to ic-enact tln'Fe, with KOIIHi'ew useless to fit her out, that the Yellow placed upon our sMtuio u.>jk ; and the I bin!! Emanuel was always fond : 1st August! -22-!2THE \\*.

rtlllitwus "hidl be made in four wJcks.1 Fever was i in eyer7 nook and I corner I "" al'ilVf: C( iat1Ofl'li 1 I avoided --- .
can leuitiniatu) uurnoscs ui ie.!!. .1 I ition setiui : :: : \ ways -- -' .'
1':." of the: first Council consist i of tho irom the to the C- :J ''' m t'qQJ
acts e Sick-Day Captain I clher the h I1t.i-lJf dissipation despised:
to have; bt-eu alto f rot': M, at : S
p ,rthiny; !-[;, ( -!,\ enacted in England! to cabin and that lealh stood at I' _
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pThCi\e tint noble labric the Common sentry i limu To legislate ior an inf.uii: t tmblini..nd: never, no never caused : Undersigned will he encamped
I every Hatchway.-This was the1 current i biusi at ; h.in intoxicate the road from the Cantonment to
Lw. which wa* denmninated by Sir AVm. cou lltry required at least c'ue, rctle''. ine to : seeing
Jones the gathered wisdom of a thousand report-it extended for( miles, lion and judgment ; and as another Pure he j led his bcljved to the Hyme. the Nviar(1; for a t few days, preparedto

yrars", together with the statutes pas'd, and had a tendency) to deter people i j election is ne'ir at hand anotiier I mimi 1tlttr, puro he hns lived with [wr." run off pfi\3te claims. Cazeiuvc T/ie claimantsviz Pa-
opportunity I'rieto J. 11 ,
Philip ,
by the most enlightened States of the Union. from visiting this place either on busi-j! added she ;
'Such is" lie:
to accommodate the Common Law to the will recur of benelittln"! ; !; by) I' ex imjjle bo: (;rat1era, Francisco Barr.os Fran-

chajjjc-s of our Goxenuncnt and ndapt it ness or pleasure-true, the report did I past experience, by a selection 0 f that be has: set before hi; numerous ci.ico Llopez, and John Donelson er

to ou, Republican Institutions. They did not aflect people: here, they have too competent men who iersutnd Otl r {family; I hope they will never depart heir agents ; and others concerned,

not feem to act on the maxi'lJ'c think much confidence in the purity of the I md who will yield tlienuelves from it." This picture, drawn by a would do wli to attend.
systems,
our fathers fool.., so wise we grow" hut which is wafted JamesV.. Exura
ar! to them tender but enlightened mother, is not ,
that
tlu.se ought to
appear tu have si-lected those provisionswhich across'l to principles: govern -
have been sanctioned his beautiful Day, to be Rcpublcs.-Idcm., tha recital of the triumphs! of a /.ero ; D'puty Surveyor.
by cxpeiiencr,
expounded by tu-! dairls, and understood die reports-indeed no one, who has The Coun'y Cour of St. Johns it does not offer to the Public the -Penaicola. 31st 4xv July 13: 7.S r

as the safe-guards of je rights of the Citir resided here for a few months, can County adjourned on Tuesd I y of f last brilliant achievements of a nr-m who ..4.S.JI: OS1 Ba AD.

'n. and the perpi-ttial rule of pr<'plarty. doubt that the climate of Pens lcola is to hold a rank iu history ;-it only
Thl;, !laws had scarcely been published before week without day, FORVT OF THE Notice ,is tlerebyive .J, _
I
is unrivalled its and salubri- philosopher andwere
for purity
a practical Ci'
they were df-stroycd! at one felloop" : LAWS OF THE LAST COUNCIL, airer II portrays r.ood Fresh: FIournow sell

.'\\ and tle: quackery of innovatorshas y-disease of a malignant characterhas j i waiting FOUR WEEKS; with the the world inhabited bum by such I THAT sii JohursanJ fifty cents a barrel 'i.
expectation
brought upon us the present situation been here-and where has it not: Iden. I unassuming beings, the Poets, truly, the Baker:: will for the ens.ti' iif>een-
them.
ufa.Tairs. f'ools nish! in where Angels been 'IHowcvcr receiving ." would have no great man to present to days, give trii.iy-sevenand an ?frtt: o'lrces .

fear to tread" A Pedlar diops his nutmegs it became for Ccm. Porter.-Liontenant Thompson admiration but'we should all be of Hrea-J lor twelve :Sc$ aj> lmtWcens; agreeably
necessary our ,
and Lottery tickets and fancies himself I of the ..Mexicana: \")', arriu\l at I tu an Ord,pa-ice: oi the Hnard O! Aldermen .
public service that the Adams shouldbe i A victim to hs; zeal for his:
a Legislator. One skilled i.i tile ml'lIf i happy
St. AuiiUbtine in the Sloop GreyHound patsed .J 1(130th, 13?i .
flay and sand, imagines he cal make) Mat- prepared for sea-the Medical from {Key West has furnished j! unity, whom he supported by con- tty Order of the Mayor.

nth as he temper clay, and compose; Memorials Officers made favorable; report stcint labor ; his courage slrPssod his Pensacti.itts.. 1st. 18272W'.
he mixes the editor of the Herald wiii tuo '
; billiard as mortar. An expeit and the Commander of the Squadronwith strength! ; the limits of the latter put'
player thinks he can drive a statute I, following information :- I
us he does his cue. I offer no personalities his usual energy and foresight: "Com. Porter had H'Mrncdt) his an end to his existence. Like a prudent N\'f1.C E,
,
; a? we don't knucr who you are to be. gave the order to a first rate Officer 1 nnn, who fears not his last mo- (;ou""rr COURT, ? k

makstoneayfO, there can be no scandalum to fit her for sea in 10 days-the order fleet at Kt'vTc" talld.w.lss blockaded mej] ,but prepares himself itTEman-: June Il rm. 182., SIn
J1 (/ dun to those not in csxe. I only there by Com. LaboHe, U- compliance .v.ih! an act of the Legislative -
was promptly executed for the Ship} u el Bom fay settled all his alT.iirs: but a
mUll to speak abstractedly ot the pretensions niun and iiarmony; existed amjiig tise Council, passed January: lath _
relieved of all her the his death
was stores to short time before -an example -
of ome who the : under -
may, according oflicers and crew of the .'Iexlcan:1: 1827, Ordered, that Polls be opened
authority quoted, adventure" to imvijjate Kelson-she was cleansed and purified and Com. P. had become : in all worthy of iniitatioa is the the restriction* and qu.titication3;

te ship of State; without reference to what (as all Ships should be after I vy ; Very estate: he has bequeathed. All his contained in he Act above rrcited.fpr the
fc'is been: or is to be.Aftf ponular with the Nation eneralSy.! candidates i
for :
twelve months service in a tropical :'debts are due to ane man, who would purpov.- receiving vote, :
r having pondered over the Acts of A reinforcement of two slips! was expected -
of this county irv
tie clime) after which the Uallast was if I named him the to represent the people
first Council, I laid hands on those of daily. tuH pardon me ; Council of this Territory -
tne second restowed; the stores were replaced, Public call him the honest tCl oseinterrri.tq the next Legislative
\\here i expected to find many I "The neutrality of KeyVest had man at the election to be held on the

.: important additions and inipiovementi, i the usual quantity of water and provisions is.ktwicn. first Monday August next; viz : fl1
1 *th not been violated. It understood
a profound knowledge of. '" hicli I expected i taken on !board_with every requisite ; Oh: GoJ thou whose judgments In the first Diitrict-two precincts.At
to frighten the souls fearful ad'f1'5.ancs" that the Minister' at Washington }lud l
__ Pensacola.At 4j j
,
I supply-the :Ship was completely arc impenetrable ; tlnu! Jnst been CrJlin'i Haiti in
in ruy newocation.. To my at'flifment ;- made Government
representation to of Madam
I found but little new matter,- riif: ; ed and] on the 9ih day she I'' on a the subject but with our wht t-f- j pissed; to cause the rod of affliction toILli Serra.Earancastin the house .

1omp alterations without im-ndrr.ent, and was underway for sea, but the winJ I : heavily upon a wife, eleven chil- Precinct
nddition f fect is not known. The charge tiut In the second District ; three
wjthout impiovcmcnt ; some pro- failed her-all I this redounds to the i drca111 ajifii mother, devoted rela- At the Court house
ion had been violated ;
> as tIC: and iron the neutrality -
inrotigruouR as rlay probably .
Jn the toes of> credit of the Officer who superintended : ti jJi sir.: .vro friends. Graciously re- At James SpiUmari't, in Florida ;
'ebuchadnc7.7arX mage. My originated in the I1avan i. and ii
first idea was thai; the sole! object. of these -but much is due to the Officersof cei\ t' o:!!: siimiisoi-.m ; grant our prayers At It. L. CoMon'j on the Escambia.
that Laburde!
was strongly urged And it is further Ordered, That: the
I-'irilalors was to perform one o: the three our infant Navy Yard for the able tuh'::: Hhnr.i;: we hu.nbly hope,
J' should\ attack Porter in Key'est.. It ; named Jad. ea.in the
IJH's of l\Iau-to make loc.k". I persons as following
a of
assistance afforded on this occasion, ins been called: tt} enjoyment
found some laws often pares ILl the very is said; that! there is a serious difference ; enumeration, are hereby appointed and- 1
ords in which tllt.wcre drawn by the first rmd their nnremitted attention to every between. Labordu: and Gen. tiV.fJ- : : :. required, to preside at the several precincts

Council, uab the addition of one or two immaterial call on them for supplies" whereall Vives that there is a contest between : A rrlend af the Family.ELECTION to wlif-'i: their names are attached

Fectious Like the Schoolmaster do well, praise i is duo to all." ; "'!- At Collins HOld,
'ho read them for authority ; and it :Is pru.n.! Pablo Palmes,
and mist\-
a Newspaper through, : The Adams sailed en the 10th tinder -
lungihe Fame foranotherhalfan hour after, ble that this difference has been the I Sam}. Paterson,
the command of EDWARD RUT-
acknowledged hiinsclfdelighted with! the new source of a thousand rmno:'.... J O.JIO7"DAr NEXT ; Micajah Crupper

njormation he received from it, so I was LEDGE SHUBRICK Esq.-who has long "Mr. Pinckney tHe Coll ctora fewdays MONDAY OF AUUUST 1827. At Barancas -
leading over tlje same things with additions, waited this honorable event-and: FIRST Sebastian Caro,
risking the original worse, instead of the whose proud spirit combined with ago had a coinmunicition: with FOR MEMBERS OF THE Celestino Serr-x,

ite atious been amend the Spanish Commodore, upon die Council Mil'wAt
having printed as manly virtue, has fitted him as Legislative Ephraim -
tory supplemental! I.aws.Vhen I men- every subject of this charge of Breach oNeutrality. the Court House,
CJ..smTl1'
boned this to the friend from i&horn I bor- well as other Scions of that respectable Lah,): do replied tn.u: hur.ons'ulrred 1st District ; Silvester BillFrancisco ,.

)ucdtny favorite Elackstonc, he answered family tor noble daring on the much ofa RCA. Moreno,
; Mr. Pinckney too JOHN DC LA
there was a Printer in the Council, who Ocean. 2nd District Jehn Campbell.
suffer violationsof ;
;.iod a good job !" The Officers of the Ship are. a gentleman to any DAVID C. PIKKHAM. .41 Janes SptthiunfiiAndrew .
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soon found a confirmation of this refltk this kind, and Com Porter too P. Simpson
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and I HE.VKVViLsot.
Band of all am
worthy praise,
Laws, by perceiving that many of the much of a jJ/iVi/ar, Lot to pay strict 3rd District ; James SplKman
appear to have been pissed soleJy well assured..their Naval Escutcheon "
.. James Gardner.
fJr obedience to the rights of neutrality. ROBERT McKax.saT.4th .
the
been object allgded to, and"should have will be ever bright and fair. -- District; At B. L. wth",
entitled Acts for the benefit of the for the gallant J. WATSO.V. David Williams
-- As Crew-they arc NOTICE: WM. ,

Sailors ever ready to defend the Stars T an Election held in tnis Cty. on JOSHUA SCC&LOCX' Joab Gaines,

1"r"Our nf>ru-eormporulcnt.but the ;nut! hold some office ; and Stripes, and should the tug of war I .Friday the 27th July 1827fortte pur- C. HOWARD: Jsseph. Hr.ll.
favc.red few are allowed to posf'aeoPyofour theUoard JOH BRIT.JAKES A true from the Record.
of two vacancies copy
tilling
Territorial Law!-Editor.Ae close around them, who can doubt pose 61h Ditrid '
t \r. of Aldermen occasioned the of M. Cl'k.
regret that by dejth Crupper
f our corretpondent, being
thus
in commanded WCBB.
their a Ship _
?"d of quotin; Blackstope, wa! not in.pus.esPMfl success Col. Jog. Nonejjt and the tesignatbu of'A. 4
i of a copy of that work to enable hlnto officered and manned. Gordon Esq. Micajah Cruppej} and JOHN HOPSOX. waTPAD-' .
P ollit those, not PO well versed in that author MebbersBoard. 6th Dittrict;
1.0 the* May the Lord ofthe Ocean speed Peter Alba were duly elected t
: page. If he will apply to us, we will THOMAS SPEIGHT. FEWquartsofthesecdeftho
proCure You will of d. -
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"", for whic l>e mar I3Y or DOt, you preserve you 7/A. District'; MAGNOLIAGRANDI-
I.S18.0! ? hU Penury ability. By the way always have the prayers of many iu Joba Jerriscfltor. Vim. ALLISON McRu.VVtttlllf at tba Office
!Ink. he need not travel far FLOBAj.delivcrcd
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1U ". Baoan, \ tlilaitEI. or Pour Gtntlefflert who may )O'ICE. Treasurer anil Secretary, o( the r nit'

Florida, 1st July, 1S2' 5 -l wish to retire from the bustle of the t t Ordinance of the Board of Al- For establishing antf erecting a Stock fund, shall receive such Joint
\\ILL receive proposal 'till the 31st Town during the Summer months can I B an established lion .for their aervices eqllllb& '
I ermeu a Wharf is }YAar!in the City of Pensacola, as shall t* aUowTd
October cnettiug, to furnish the Tf +ops be accommodated with comfortable boardat ft Pulafox Street, to wlcndin by the Directors of the Joint stock .
from centre Joint Stock fundfor con-)*
and creating a
a ol tin U.ute% State*' Army, that are, or the Fcrry-hoase on Deer Point ; andtease tbeW to.ten I"I. Crupper, DJ, who shall be forofched with books

way be,iuu otted at Cantonment Brooke, I the privilege ofthe ferry-boat, when OTh:1., I 1 t, John di-lft Rua, aDd William that purpose. paper, aud1t'tionar.rat&heexpeDsc of ti
JiviUi j coming over with passengers. sebne, \.ere\ !'aimed Commissioners to Sec. 1st. Be it enacted, That there shall Joint Stock fund*

FRESH BEE!, I'orermli apply si thi fuce. open Looks subscription 11' and offer the be a Wharf established soil erected, to extend Cje. 12tb. Be further enacted, That no

from include PCR cola 15th_ March 18-7-3-tf. btvcl for sale, and the sum of NIUe thou- 'ui the Kay of Pensacola, from the money shall be drawn out of the Join
the lr+t.1 y of January lL28/to Joint of Palafox street ou the Beach, to Stock *
candlollars. it d.-clarcd and made a centre composing the wharf fuud, unless it
UicSlst: day of December 1828, 'J Stockier:the purpose of building the Wharf, the depth! of ten feet water, and shall be be by order, or check, signed by the fret-

The bee:
rd to thi! Yitop two t7i\ sIn each week, I G hereby given to the ow new of rn. Shares of fifty dollars each; the Corporation Sec. 2ud. lie. it furher enacted, That ed and approved by tbe said Board, and

(the d.i\s, 10 designated) m*;uch quantities : q Jt v.itland claims, in West Florida, ti take one third of said Stock, and the AUDI of Nine thousand dollars, to be all orders and drafts upon the Joint Stock:

KH simiibc required 1 lor their rations that deputy surveyors have been instructed the remaining two thirds is reserved for o- raised in the mauncrus heieafter stipulatd shall be drawn by the President and

on each (!4LY.-Awd 1 deem it necessary to and! will. attcudatthe lime and pixces rhea persons' ten per cent is to be paid at ed, shall be wade and declared to tbe Treasurer; provided neverUaelcM -

apprize those who may choose to otter to below stated.for the purpose of surveying the tine o/subscribiiigr, and the residue in Stock, for the purpose of erecting and that DO money shall be drawn oat
l contract for the supply, that the bedo11! bew.wring Wharf One third of the araoifut uf the Joint Stock mud unless it be
such (f sutj chinas 8 m.- y lie in each redistrict isle p cr cent-CHlli, us tho money may buikUqg ; for trm
required to be of the best the marketcan -f';)eCtlw'C hereafter defined, under i to carry on the work ; Provided, of Rid stock, to 'be taken and owned by purpose of building the wharf, paying for

afford!, ,rid particular attention rwiEt: the provision of"..n act to provide for j.tJ-ut no call shall be made, in any shorter the Corporation of the City of Fensacola,' ,uaterialsand the necessary expenses of

c be paid! to butchering thereuf, as a rigid the confirmation settlement private iiinc than sixty days. Rooks .will be openid and the remaining two thirds, by individual keeping mid repairing the same, together

inspection of it will; always be made. land claims in.1:ast Florida and for other for the purpose of rcnoiT lUg subscriptions subscription ; and when taken, and paidin with the expenses of keeping toe account

Persons offering to contract, will make ptirpr.es." passed 8th Feb. 187, viz. ,, on the flea day of Augiut next, at it shall be appropriated-to the erectionof books&papers oft Joint Stock C.rnpanv'

their proposal in writing, sealed :snit de- \ James 11 .'f;xttm, Alabama, will attendat tin: store of the said ;M. Crupper, and will : a Wharf, which shall be the Joint pro- 'cc. J3th. Be further enacted, fhatalithe

livered meat this place, of'.:.tmg ther Pensacola from the 15th to the 30thJune. ue kept open until all the- ock be ttat.n.n pert of the share holders, soil their leghlrepresentatives. surplus funds, belonging 10 the corpo

.'c per pound in a single: bid, tor which Diotrict Simth: of the Basis Parallel Crupper 0 ratioa, alter paying all its expenses, and 0
they will furnish and they snail be tntorut.twl !. : and West between Choctawhatchie r Sec. 3rd. B& it further enacted, That the for all necessary improvement, shall be

of the reception of their proposals, either and Pcrdido Rivers, I'hos.Jib Wright, said Joint Stock, shall consist of one tiun- made, and declared, a special fund u\ the
dreduud eighty sharesof fifty doliatseacli, !hands of the City Treasurer, to be
by late: fron: or on personal nppttcation'to rienjan.in Clements, of Ten. will attendat data Rua used
me at Caniunmcnt Hrooke, on to Le paid ut the rate often per cent (or and applied by thela'yOi, for the purpose
Pensacola from the 5th the 10th Aupust. -
the above meitiiiMted.JOJiN to 'Vln. iScbree.I'easacolr ? i24tli 3-, ten dollars upon each! hundred) at the time ofpaymg the instalments, as they becomedue
day Parallel:
axis
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District North of the !!
PAliK, L.,U4!. awl I and Es- I July 187.21tf.NOTICE. of subscribing, and the remainder thereof at upon Sixty Stores in the Joint tiiock
and between theChoctawliAlcnie such tiiiie the Directors of the uid Joint the wharf; fund 81imOlley
.'s-"/. Cum',"". 5ii bit. I as composing and also
No proposals will be received utter;her.t canmia River Stock, shall require ; Provided, it shall not or sums, that may be raised by the
91ct' '"' '.!het,1i27 I Jno. R. Donelson of Ten., will attend ETTERS of Administration with the be lawful to require inure than ten dollars corporation upon the sale of their lot, or
__ I Rt Pensacola, from the 5th to tbe 10th of I A Will annexed, on the Estate of Jo- t}u each share, in any sixty day, and the from other gOUICf'S not herein eaunaordled,

j T xuc 1 rl' .1t1Cllt Or &\1C A Ulst.. District North of the Basis Par serer N !:n'Glltc of the County of Es- MaJor liereby authorised to subscribe! for shall constitute a .peciullu.ud, ana be dp.

I cite! and West of the Escambia Hirer ruinbia deceased, having bocu granted toMrs. sixty tliurts, iulx-hulfol the Corporation of plied and used as aoovv provided.

United bla ,eB. The following sections of the act above Emilia Noriega, by the Hon. the the City of Pensacola, and pay for the Sec. 14th. Be further enacted, That the

pursuance of law, 1, JOHN Qctc.tomes alluded to are pubtishc Sir the information .: County Court of rata County ; all persons same, out uf any money in the Treasury Supenutendancc, it,m management build
I'i President the United States of those concerned, having deiiMiids against said estate are otherwise appropriated lUg the wharf shall be Hinder the direction

oi \rnct d JCK, do hereby declare and mukckm.un B.-c.7. And hi further euuttJ, Thit requeued to present the jtanie immediately See. 4th. Be it further enacted That toil control of three persons, to be calleda

t.'lat a public ale will ne held a t the keepers of Public Archives of East and those iudcbied: art desired to make John del Rite, Thos. Wright, M. Crupper, Board Managers, and to be elected by

tit J.uiid Office at Tallahassee, in the Terri- I land West Florida; shall furnish to the puyneul to and Wm. Sfbree arc hereby appointedCoraraifiiioners the Board of Aldermen, and shall receive a

toiy of Florida, on the second ;Monday i in j; Surveyor of Public lands: in Floridawith- .J D. de la liua? to open Books, oo the Firstday reasonable Compensation, in proportion to

Pecmnber nit, for the disposal of tit c cut delay' o. a description of each claim to Attorney in fact for of August neat, at such place ns they the cervices rendered, to be judged of and

lip.ds herein designated i to wit : land, which chill have been confirmed, Emilia Noriega may thin: proper for the subscription of allowed by the Board of Directors of th.

Townships A\.O. 1, and 2 ol Mange No. CTownship which shall specially; designate the quantity I Administratrix.Penincola suid stock ; and it shall bv the duty of said Joint Stock company : and any vacancy

t :'(. 1, 2,4,5, locality, and connexion of such mouth July 1827.- 21-8t. Co-nmis loners to procure a book, and enter that may happen in the Board,is to be filled
and 6, and fractional elaim, and where the "onfir lLaton mayfcnve therein as follows: "\Ve whose names are by the Board of Directors above named;

townships No.7& 8, of Range No. 7. been made on a }grant or surrey, a a f1ST acaEIVBD.AN thereunto subscribed do promise to pay to provided, that only one member of the

1'owlishil'j Nu. 1,4, 5, ti, .opy of the courses and distance, contained D FOR aXLJC the Joint Stock Company, for the erection Board of Managers shall be on duty at a
T, nn l li-priioual town- in such or and the At the Pensacola Bookstore of Wharf in the City of })Pensacola the time, unless it be in cases where the deliberations
IS'o. 8 and 9 of No.6. grant survey of dollars for each .aud
of the
thips Range sum fifty every whole Board be necessary.
Township jS'o. 1, and fn etional date of the survey or j;rant ; and it hatH 1 1. a complete! and general assortment of share of stock in the saidJoint Stock fund, Sec. 15th. Bo it further enacted, That
be the duty of the Surveyor of the public
town hips No. 0, } set opposite -to our respective names, in the wharf shall be commenced by the first
lands in Florida under such in .
no
10, and 11, o:Range lie.o J. structions he cause receive, from the ; Township. 1 and 2, awl may time, as 'Jl tell 1 be determined, by ihe Directors finished as soou thereafter as the work
fractional townships Treasury Department, the saiK claims; to of the Joiut. tock fuud4 witness our can bedse. .

No. 11 and 12, of Range No IQ lie surveyed and connected with .th e of them of very superior quality. hands, V this ,day of c iu Sec. IG h. Be it farther enacted, That

All situate Smith of the base Hue, andKst Township"lines of the -public surveys, :*Wa ted a quantity of Gee'e', Eagle the year of our Lord, one tnousand eight the wharf; shall to erected au open one,

oft'jc mcr't I.lau. and to give to them their {.proper town- >_' nerd Swain' Wings.IVnsRcola. huudred and twentyseven,'" uud to rest upon piles, and a few piers

The Townships arc to he offered in the chip and sectional numbers, agreea.j 1st March. 1826. Sec. Oih Be it further enacted, That oo should they be necessary, to extend int'

o nr deration* designated, beginningithtiiu blj( to elicit descriptions, and one individual in his own right shall subscribe i the Bay, to the depth of ten feet water, at
10\\'I't i ami I.IT of Section iu each. make separate plots and certificates of llia.ll for more than ten .share of eat d ebb tide, and shall be at least thirty feet

Lauds reserved by law, for the use ot f survey of the same, one which shall e BOTAXICGARDEN stock, and.it any stock holder, whether original wide, with strong railing on each side, with

Schools, or for other purposes, arc to' returned to the office of the Register of or assignee, after fifteen day*' no an angle or T at the outer end, thirty by*

excluded from sale. the Land Office for the District in which lice, of the time and place appointed Jbr eighty feet, it shall be at least four Pert above -

Given under my hand, at the City onVash. the land may Ms, tnri the other shall!! be and Nurseries, Long Iftlaml, near New the payment of any proportion, or lusts the water at high tide, and strong and

ing-ton, this iwciitv-fightli day of Miiv; ', delivered to'the claimant. Hut it shall! York-WILLIAM PK1NCK, Proprietor. tricot, of said Capital\ Stock order to car substantially braced ; the piles shall bfe

t J:. 1). 1827. i>e the duty of the surveyor to withhold L -The new Catalogues, for 1827 of this | ry.011 the Wharf; shall neglect to .pay such coppered to low water marl.; the beams,

John Quincy Adams. his certificate, if he shall) have reason to establiihment, are Just published, and i{r proportion for the space gf thirty days, after .girders, sJeamerc, braces and plank shall

Bv. the President: beliet' 'that the! lands claimed are other may be obtained 'raf/*, .from Messrs. T. the time appointed for the ..paymentthereof be the best und most approved and durable -

(;r.o. CKAIMM.Commissioner l lands than those intended to be confirmed and J. Swords!, 99 Pear} street, und per every such Stock holder hall forfeit I wood the country affords, and in the

Ccntral-Laitd Oilier or if it shall appear that the survey Bona at a distance, who may desire i it:, by.. a 11 the said Stock and the instalments I power of tbe Board ol Managers to obtain;

1C-25t. under which the land is claimed, has dropping* a line to the proprietor to that I which-he, or they, may have paid upon tbe and the wharf snail be built in a neat,strong,
-'- effect, will Uave'it same to the said Joint Stock Company, and i mechanical and to-
been nude subsequent 1 to the date,of the instantly sent to them manner, agreeably
! TAKEN 1SE tF' survey tinder which the claim wls con frte-CJ churge It flay alto be obtained I:' mny'be sold by them, to any person, or I a plan to bediawu by the Board of Manil .
Armed. from the various a cots-in; every section persons, fur such price, as can be had l i gees, not inconsistent with this section.

I,. .U -the of June twentyserenthday 1827 Lnd t !ec. 12. And br it further enacted, That of the Union. This establishment which therefor : Provided no Stock .holder, whether Sec 17tb. Be further enacted, That all
was commenced original or assignee shall be entitled to contracts mach the Board of:Managers,
the by
I (committed to the Jill of t. the holder claims over thrre thousand i about middle of the -
l last vote; at any meeting of the said' Jeint : for material; for the w.harand with
this five hundred acres, which have been filed 1 century, and has kept constantly increasing per.
City a Negro man
; Stork unless the whole due
Company. sum sons who contract to erect and build
nlloll! him"dfBANS'ON with the commissioners, or with the lie ; cn since, is by far the most extensire may
by him oa his shares, shall have'beeu.ful!y I the same, shall Le good and valid in law
I sister and Rtcci\er of the Laid; Olficef. in the Union ; end, in addition to
West the immense .of paid aud discharged. and binding upon the Stock-holders, aa
rr Florida, acting as Commissioners acquisitions former
Sec. 6'ch. Be it enacted That
the further -on well a*upon those, with whom the contracts
r.nd sayt that he belongs to Jehu Evans for adjudicating on claims, or of years, new Catalogue contains above .the first Monday of August. in each and are made,aud be sued, and recovered ac
living in Winchester, Mississippi. Said; claims which have been filed: with the 500 nm vurietici of Fruittt never offered every year, the shave holders cf the Joint cordingly.Sec. .
about old. 5 Commissioners for adjudicating1; m9 to : before the public, Aiul not in possession Stock shall elect at the CourtHouse
nt.'J'l) is 24 years feet 7 or 8 Company 13th. l eit further enacted Tftatih
inches und in Kast Florida, or which.! under the of anY other establishment in America. in the of Pensacola five
high, very stout built! is of rather I City persons Board of Directors, shall.appoint a wharf
a \ello\v complection and has a scar on .provisions of this act, may be filed wiih I The collection now offered to the to be culled Directors of the Jointtock inger and an assistant, should one be necessary -
his right th mh. he Register; and Receiver of the Lend public is XB follows : 17l varieties of Ap- i of the Wharf fund-they shnll elect 1 and cither, orbotb, to be removed

Foster S. 'Chapman Office for East Florid, and which claims Ales ; =&2 of Pears ; 76 of Cherries ; 139 ) one<-their own body as I'reskieut, and : at pJtasure, who shall receive such pay
ixve not been reported' against by said of PI+raw ; 23 01, Apricots ; 84 of Peach j I shall! have power uud authority to make : lira be subject to such rales and regulations

City Const /Jie. .;Oomuussionen, or by the Register and e 8 ; 20 of Nectarine ; 100 of Almonds j rules and rrguiatiuiis, in relation to the I aa may !be adopted by the said Director -

-Tcnsscoia, 2Rth June. 1.827-1 7-. tf Receiver, shall can+e the same to be so 14 of Mulberries ; 6 if Quinces ; 16 of Govcincient of the Wharf and the interest ?, as well as nil others, who may be ejpployed -
vtH.. 'lLL:-N- -has--rec--*ivt'd-1 connected with the To\vnhip lines of the Figs ; 1G Currants ; 15 Raspberries ; of t hoi;tuck holders, not'inconsistent with I ; by the Director to attend to the

i\. .& Q per IJri;; tic'hr, ;CantI'olr;,('i', I Miblic Survey*, and shatl! funrifiii) to the 47 of Gooseberries ; 20 of Strawberries ; the law* and ordinances of the Corporaof wharf, and to the interest of the company
from New York, and has for sale u surveyor; of the public Land in Florida: 19 of Walnuts, Chesnuts, and Filberts ; of the City of Pensacola. The Director, are hereby authorized, to

Coubi;nme to the following articles, -viz nsuch: information as will! enable him to 10 of Medlars, Per immons, and! Papawe ; bee. 7th. licit furtktr.enacted, That the fix and establish the rate of wharfage oa

86 Hales Ha}, of the first: quality, exhibit accurately, the said claims on his 15 of Barberrir and Wnortle/ berries; number of votes which eah Stock holdershall all kinds merchandise e and produce ando
50) Boxes Cider, township plats, and the land thus claimed 257 of
25 do. Porter, shall be reserved from sale ; Provided and tale 1 Grapes of France, Italy, Germany the luumber of shares; the; Corporation of I } all vessels stud craltR, in approaching

50 peices smoked Heef half for the information required to enable! and the Crimea, and are priced at from the City of I'en&ucoht, shall he entitled to I. the wharf, or lying along side, or mooring!
one
the 37 cents to gl each tea votes, to be given by scch person, and to the all and improvements -
boiling\ and one half for 4'taring. Surveyor to exhibit: them on his town -they are also oft'ered or acre same ; repairs
in in such manner, as the Board of Aldermen! upon the wharf shall be done
hip plats ahull have fesorunents of ,
Pensacola, June C8tht 1837 17 tf. been furnished to one dozen each, $3
bun within one year after the lines of the for the( first, $6 forthe second and *4'4 may direct-each individual stock-holder, under the direction, and by.the order, of
1 UKPniLADELrHIA for the third for one share sod not more than two shares, the Board Directors.
Township, within which such.claims assortment, and they will be
; ALZSITBrl lie, shall have been run; or, where may the selected to suit any climate (from Maineto one vote ; fur every live two shares above two Sec. 19th. De further enacted, Thai
: and not exceeding one vote for
t' ; everytwo the ruIn and for the
regulations
And Ladies Township lines hive Geo ia. The coltection.of i government
Literary Ga:'fte, aiready been ornamental ,
runt shares above five and not
exceedingten of the Wharf shall be
I. which upwards of 5000 within one year from the of thiscU l Twer, ,.rublSlrd Plants, consists of I raadepublic by
OF mpips arc passage one vote--all the stockholders may the Board ofDirectors and violation
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,
printed weekly, Embellishedvitk 10J3: fpecict;, and of Hoses 500 most every
; vote by provided the he
I proxy proxy a of them, shall be punished Cue cftT
en: Tuis work Communication : splendid varieties, including 70 of Chinese i ; ol'the by ,
l\oing9. enlarged to a -cUtlng to these Surveys -. resident City of 11 asacola. otherwise as they direct.
Knyal Quarto, will. be conduct hereafteras made to the deputies! respectively) .monthly lioscs. The Green House I. Sec. 8th. Bt it further waded, That Sec. 20th. lie it may further enacted, That 4

follows: at Pencaco'.a, post paid, will1"cce pro department consists of more than 20,000 there shall he a Treasurer, elected by the all the arising f.omVharface or
1. T'lE J.iTfiuaT Toitrr.'ItfopraphV. per attention, and to enable the Survey Plant, and contains all the most beauti I Board of Directors of ihe Joint Stock fund, from money other sourc ,which accrue al
any may
cal irke'ches;-Manners, Converantion, ors to complete the duties as early as !rut and interesting species; kn wu. I who shall be the Treasurer of ihc said stock, the profit of the Wharf, shall be pain to
Fashion, and! such other subject!an should practicable, it is expected that the claimants New York Mitrcii 20. .to whom the.amount of each share iu said the Treasurer of the Joint Stock Company

claim attention in a Gazette"r.spccalJy: devoted will! place them in possession of tl' raal\ICAN stock, shall -be paid, in instalments as i it at such times and in such manner as he

' to the Ladies; under the editorial 1 evidence of title without delay. We wish that rASlMIR. J talk due, who shad give bond and approved may Direct provided that a longer period
diction of .Mm. Harriet Robert every friend of this security, in the sum cf nine thousand dollars
Muzzy, recently ofKeu Butler I than three months shall not elapse, without
York, ur.d authoress of many literary Surveyor Gen. T. journal should understand, and that they payable to the Alayor, and by him to a regular return of its receipts, and ex
productions of high merit. Florida would have t'ie kindness to make it be approved, conditioned for the faithfuldischarge penail ,
Tallahassee 6th ures
June 18:7
16 '
2\ THE LiTKRAiir WOULD.-Original -4t. known, that to trey C1C'ho will procure of his duty, which bond shall Dot Sec. 21st. Be it further enacted, That

Reviews Critical, Literary, aril 1 scientific ESTABLISHMENT. four!subscribers} remit on the it be void on tbe first recovery, but shall be tbe Commissioners, who are appointed fpr

notices of all new productions at home or account, 50, we will senj a fifth! copy of good against him iiiid his securities, for pcniiig the book of subscription, to tbe
The
fchroad ; under the editorial diction of tbe the Americ-iu Farmer without charge-:,', every dtflcution-an any vacancy that Joint Stock fund shall pay all monies

Editor of the late American Monthly Mc any one who will procure'five subscriber*, occurs ru the oflice of Treasurer, from either which they may receive, upon each and

I nzine, and author of The Wilderness;" will be allowed to retain 5S on -his remitting death, removal, resignation, disqualification every share of said stock, to the 1)ea.surel"ofthe
O'llalloran," &c kc. Eagle Tavcua the remainn; $29. We beg also 1- ar from any other cause, it shall I Joint Stock fund, and when all thee

3. The News of the Jl'eek-foreign to repeat, that all which is necessary in filled
and Clearances -ank Note Table arrivals ANDTRAVELLER'S to be lone by any fine, wishing ) subscribe Joint Stock fun'd. who shall direct !how tbe return the Book to the Secretary of the

Prices Current, The Drama, Fine [- is to enclose a 'five dollar note by bond shall be given, to whom payable, the Company. .
Arts
The Culture of Plants' and }Flowers Poetry ,- lLi: L7.g; mail, at the tide of; end a 'reued to the amount of the penalty and also shall approve Sec. 22nd. Be it further enacted, 'hatoathe

Anecdote, &c. Thus combining all- THE Subscriber inforna the Editor ofthe American Farmer Baltimore?' ofthe securities. first Monday of July, and the first ,
Sec.
pub Utb. Be.
-and whether the it.further enacted, That the Monday of each and every
be January
the properties and advantages of a LI'&R. I lie, that he has opened house money received or
a Secretary of the Board of
the Aldermen, shall the Directors of the Stock fund,
not Joint
with as paper will be forwarded immediately year,
AUT those of -
UAZKTTE ofaa Public Entei'
entertaining tainmeit, :n the be the Secretary of the Joint Stock
and the actual receipt of each I Comp shall cause a dividend to be made of the peaall
JjOlILl ? house
SV.W8PAPE
4. formerJy occupied by Maj. Hall number of the volume will .b f composing the wharf fund, and sh I fib ofthp Wharf, after deducting all expen
E'IOIUTIIOSList for that e ruarautied
tf Viev&c=! purpose fronting .the public by the Editor. I keep JJie books, records, and papers of that sesand shall pay at their discretion, to each
.W3.hnbton'8epulchreatMou"t Yeoon.2. square, which he has'fitted up in a. convenient The American concern, and shall do all the business ns and every share holder or to his .,entbi'
The Farmer ie
House in which Franklin was manner for reception of travellers' published {Clerk of the same, for which he shall be portion, according to the number
horn-j. weekly, by J. S, Skinner proper
The Postmaster of
Highlands from West Point and other: His table will paid a reasonable
sum hereafter
always as pr d- of shares he may held ; of all of which 4
-4. City Hall I, New Baltimore, printed on fine the size
York5. Harper's be supplied with the best which the of paper vided. record'shall be kept by the Secerttry.
Ferry, Virginia.. The Capitol at Wash- market.can afford, and his bar with he ordinary newspapers, folded so as to Sec. 10th. De it farther enacted, That Sec 23rd. Be it further enacted, That
ill rton.-7. The Falls otNiagar*-8. Dun.kerllill best of liquors. No exertion will be make 8 pages ; about one half or four the name, date, and place of residence, of no person shall be eligible to the office of
Monument-. Castle wanting the pages devoted to practical Apiculture. each share holder with .the share
Garden on part of the proprietor, ; amount and Director who is not a holder in tht
New Vork.-10. .Residence ofJOst'ph to Tender general satisfaction; to those the remainder to Internal Improvement* number of shares with the sum paid up i

t Bonaparte, near rfhilcdelphia,-II. Jfo- who may fuor him with'tlieir Rural arid Domestic 2conomy selec- .each, shall be recorded in a Book, to providede I .
company.
i tantView of Philadelphia. Gallery His stublcB Are well calculated fur a nut n' ions fur housekecpera and female l'eLdersand kept for that purpose, and a certificate the said concern be then taken, if, not as

. of Portraits; containing Ltkenctuies cf ser .of !-and.goodaBd .ttenli ve Natural History and Rural Sport: given to each Stock-holder, ititiuf how many I soon as it is,) there shall be *' meegng or

i distinguished individuals, viz: fiir'alter teller rill at all times be at }rand A minute index and title page to the shares he is entitled to, and the amount I the share holders at the Court Home, by:

t' Scott,,Shakeipeore. Htnuah Moore Mrs. Families,*r Gentlemen who with %k ole olulfte is published and forward paid and the sum to be paid, which shall notice oftheSecr.etary: who steal"sleet five

liadcliflr, Mrs Opie, Jiobtrt Emmet, Mr*. -can accommodated with private nay a.partmenta. i ed with the last numbe/ of each volum be signed by tbe Treasurer and Secretary", persons as Directors of said Joint concern
\ II emails, and other% fiEfc. FISHER. A sinde number will be sent to anyonewho under the private seal of the former, until who shall remain in ofi ce until tit

t This-,pow( lat work, t4CQot especiaUy l Tallahassee, Dec. 15- 1-tf. miy' desire to-tee a specimen of the one for the company be provided; and 09 first Monday of the next August,-{hey-
i' to tie Ladies, and through them to -the public 0Oq.. transfer of said stock, shall be made, or shall also, at. tho same time and place, elect
t cause of virtue, knowledge, rod tot To 1 Editors who will give the above considered valid, unless it be recorded, aijd a Treasurer. '
e dent contains a rich fund of mUoclUneou anlu ae- Sale AQW1 one o( taro insertions we shall) feel much done In presence of the Secretary and by 3ec. 24th.: Be it further enacted That '

UtenKure, and is House u41 Lot situated .i indeh .willglacUyrecipracale tbeir authority of the orif Mr jarf-holder! this ordinance shall commence, and ba in
beautifully printed
; in an elegant quarto form THE the Public Sq uethtt kind*. or bis legally authorized; agtnf, and a new force, from aq4 after its passaf rand t the
expressly for [ P. i The American Firmer certificate of Stock given to the holder, in ordinance for establishing and erecting *
property of is circula
bindirjg Eight the Ia
t pages are published every to Col.V DIe: ted tl ugh everyState tbe manner as abo' provided; not shall Wharf the pity of Fenjacola, approve
and
week, making a yearly volume of up- Kmg.--Forterms. apply to. I,and is rrilten for by of Territory any transfer, be allowed, or considered tilt 11th tal of July 1827, be, and the psa-
wards oJ 400.pages, at two Dollar F.H. Nisbet. / many the most valid unless the .
fifty r dist-- .;.bed ratVicaI original certificate, on u hereby, repealed:
. Genii per annun payable in adnnce Pc a ceU 6tk April,1fl87..'+ tft ''IU farmers ia the which the transfer WM'made, be filed" with Pawed July 23d.'1827.'C.ritft .
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th e..pecreti1'l; ; AlProvtsI: 4JulT l$. .f7-



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