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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 17, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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---' &'.' .U) Vi t.&KLY, MY for committing and maintaining such I of Mr. Adams had made 1 .
overtures Uv > J !M* d Secretary of State or that I
JIASEr..L. HUNT, I fugitive, and the sheriff or othflr offi- them, saying; If -Air. Clay and his was in any other manner, ,to be it posessod.-How found ,&by what means,

30H.Kttiis'itrolt'ic: ; ITOR Asn PnoraIEroR; I cer, the same for apprehending him, friends would unite in aid of the eJection -:: somlly benefited, are devoid of per-all its way into the columns: of a
L ncs United is allowed for i newspaper, Mr. Beverly has explained '.
nftht States.5cicKirnos as now committing, of Mr. Adams, Mr. Clay should trutK, and destitute of foundation
he
any
-Fear g5 maintaining, and apprehending other be Secretary of State. That the what ver. And I firmly and solemnly ; status to me that he gave it
}Half year 3 criminals in this Territory. friends of Mr. Adams were believe into the hands of Mr. Noah Zine: of
urging, as that the first ofthe
Quarter year 1 50 Passed Janual"15th, 1827. two above : Wheeling! Virginia, at his earnest request
a reason to induce the friends of Mr.
s./.-ripti\n payable! in advance.VITTIEIJG. Approved January SJOtli, 13,., i; mentioted charges is alike untrue I for perusal, under a pledge of
.___ Clay to accede to their and I
proposition, ; groundless. But if
Every advertisement .I.JP' (contrary to honor that it should be returned &
c. idth cf one column and measuring m i'OAJ that if I was eleced: President, MrAdams my full belief) my friends or any of with no expectation that ; of '
twelve lines of this first would be ;continued them made any copy
n man type, Secretary J| auv such proposition or it was retained : that his
''rnm one dollar, each weekly continu- of State, (inuend* ; there would be offer, as is asserted in that first charge I for and on applying
; 1onei md wider demanding the letter, it was .
,riCC tin.* cents ; ones at for it ..
no room Kentucky.) That the was without
-I. same rate. Rule and figure work, my knowledge and with- refused to be restored until two copies
40I''e( price for the first insertion. Ad. friends: of Mr. Cay: stated, the West out my authority.The should be made. He proceeds :
will be did not wish to from the letter of say
Teltj cments tastefully displayed, I separate Gen. Jackson insin- 1\lr. Zane
ifcortiirt? to the nature ot" them, and will \Vest ; and if I would say, or permit uates, rather thandirectly makes, the ,'an old and most respectable : :
measured matter of this size gentleman asked the lona
bf by type. of confidential friends further :
any my to charge, tmt
When inserted at intervals, (that is, not in- that in I say an arrangementwas of your letter as a favour; and, con-
elected
case was President, proposed "lid made between Mr.
ttrt"d l every week, from the first to the to all custom and
trary propriety in
insertion each insertion will Mr. Adams should not be. continued Adams' friends aid
) be I mine
jait ckarg- I : by which
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From the Fr -.tttrillt (Tenn.) Messenger. I such cases, he, in conjunction with
td a< a new advertisement.-Amounts for Secretary of State, by a complete union -!I in the event of h.s election, I was to
jdvfrtKiny payable always on demand. Auctit>d Extraordinary. of Mr. Clay and his friends, they ;! be appointed Secretary of State. I Mr. Clay and his friends, took copiesof
JT Liberal contracts will be made withthose :I dreamed a dream in the midst of slumbers, would end the it, without my knowledge or privity -
my an to Presidential that
who wish to advertise by the year.JT I And as fast as I dream'd it was coin'd into nun. put pronounce charge also, so far as I in and without asking
I any way
Communications directed toV.. I bers; contest in one hour And he was of know, or believe, to be untrue and leave my
do
IIlsell Hunt Post :Master, Pensacola, will I I dream'd that a law had been recently made: opinion it was right to fight such intriguers whhou: the least foundation. to so. Soon as I understoodthat
btrlulv! attended to. .I That a tax on old bachelors' pates should be with their such was the use they were making '
own To Gei. J.ickson
laid, weapons. having at last volun-
_-- ------- _- H ._ And in order to make them all williujj to marry, which, in substance, I replied, "thatin tarily placed himself the attitude of ,i the letter of it, I demanded of Mr. Zane
. LA.WS OF FLORIDA.Aa The tax was as heavy a* a man could well politics in else public and remonstrated againstthe
as
: every thing my I my accuser, we are now fairly
The bachelor carry grumbled, and said 'twa guide was principle ; and contrary to ''al isSlte. I reinirp- thut.. a cr f>s ;h r. .>.._ unprecedented course they were
no use j--- '- M *uw WJ&4 W U Vcusation > He
Ttva!\ monstrous iujumice and ht md taking. refused to restore it to
> aDQr- tut? CTXJJI: ooaccl \"<} unbiaccoct will of by a responsible hasat I
And swore that to save their own heartVblood: the accuser, me, most peremptorily, until they had
their
people, or constituted length
t'rum spilling appeared though at i!.* t.:&: uiiafiui .
.r :;:mseivos
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To the day of their death they would ne'er paya gents, I never would step into the tance of near two and "a half years I by rurnbhlug to
Mr.
shilling. Clay one copy, and reserving another -
Presidential chair and since the 1
charge first
; requested was forth
The put "
Legislature detcrmin'd their plan to pursue, for their own use.
So they set nIl the bachelors up at \endue; him to say to Mr. Clay and! his through Mr. George Kremer. It will :
A crier wa! sent through the touu, to and fro, friends, (for I did suppose he had be universally admitted, that the accusation : The original conversation referredto
Ti> rattle his bell, ami his to blow, and the above of
trumpet from extract a letter
come Mr. bused is of the
And to bawl om to all, be might meet on the'Va' Clay, although most serious nature.
.-..4__ .,. ,. *.' the term Mr. Clay's friends,) Hardly any more atrocious:: could be from Mr. Beverly Wheeling, dated
at': tJrthcr tn ,'lc And presently all the old maid in the town, *'
Waslmiijt'iii that I have not is
county.Be as charged
placed
Each one in her best bonnet and chair by s jch means of bai- he people in his official character. ,
ery
if enacted h the Governor and gown: 1
Council l/ From thirty to sixty. fair, plain! red and pale, g'lin and corruption, I would :see the The charge in substance is that deliberate myself in the attitude of a public accuser ".
ligislatirc { of the Ttrritory Off description, all flock'd I and that
very to the sale.! enrth and swallow both whatever publicity f
cj'"Florida, That ihe of \Vashinjion I The auctionec-r then in iiis service bewail, open il. )ropOsitions bargain" were I has
county been this ,
to transaction
And call'd Clay and his friends and made given ,
aloud
out ns be
sh.jll; comprehended withintbj I Here) in an old Bachelor-who wants to buy? them. If they had not confidence inI I collectively, through an ;luthorized has arisen from no agency or procurement (
lull' \vini described limits, begin- In a twink every tnaitirn responded I. I. j of mine and that Mr. Clay in !t
n.mker'son; Choctawhatchee In -hort, at a huijc and cxiravauant pnVu, me to believe; if I was elected, that I and distinguished member of Congress, I. ; ,
!1rz ni fict has himself held the
I The bachelors all were sold ofi'in a trice, would! call to my lid rimnin; thence up said river on the ,, And forty bright maidens, some seme : to public In doing this ha
I older younger men of the first virtue talem! and integrity by (these means bargain and corruption I gaze. ,
East knifid.ny line Walton county should have what I had writ
j Each lurged, an old bachelor home on her not to vote for inc."-The ," to exclude Mr. Adams quoted 1
to tho Alab.una; line, thence East on and for then
shoulder ten accurately fairly
second day after this commucication from the Department of State, or to ; ,
r.ki the East line of the ,
: line to Range the text and his would
and reply it wa announced in the commentary ,
securv my promotion to office and
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frprrh: ; thence a direct line to the POLITIC lL. have suited together ; at present, his ,
newspapers that Mr. Clay had come that I WPS privy and assented to those I
OI '- Hill include the settle-
so as 10
: contradiction is a something suggested
'-- out openly and avowedly in favor of propositions and to the employment
r.r is ihi-ieof; thence a south courseto From the IVTitding Va. Gazette. Mr. Adorns of'ho.e means. by himself, and is not contained in my ;
H.tini's! trnil ; thence along said General Jackson to Mr. letter. .
.II Beverly. It may be proper to obsprve tint Such being the accusation and the
tr where intersects the
bfi.-icolj: river thence down the Appa- ;. Hermitage June 5th, 1S27. in the supposition that ?\\I r. Clay was prosecutor, and the issue between us, The statement contained in my letter f
: ; wes- j i Dear Sir.-Your letter of the 15th privy to the proposition stated, I may I have now a right to expect that he to Mr. Beverly is this: That in
T'-UI jj.mk of
said
; river
BLis and the Islands including of said Cape bay, !I ultimo from Louisville, Ky. is jut hive: done injustice to him ; if so, the will substantiate his charges by the Jamury, 1325, a member of Con-

the I receivea, and in cunruriiiiiywiih ","UUI 3-.l_ 'in ;f1fi'nn-5; nh rm f..vsn_ I I.A.ndrl'w exhibition of satisfactory evidence. cress. of high respectability risked
together with the Islands I .
along request, address my answer to Jackson. in that event, there is no pumsnmentwhch -- .-.-n.nrmucr nnH observed*' I ho
Nain; thence a direct course to the l: Wheeling Va. : would exceed the measure of] had been informed by the friends or ;,
he ii of St. Rosa's Island thence From the Lexington (Ky.) Reporter. friends of Mr.
: ; ,. Your inquiries relative to the pro- my ofience. In the opposite event, i Mr, Clay, that the t
bounded! by the eastwardly line of To the Public. Adams had made overtures to them,
I j position of r2fiinmade; : through Mr. what ought to be (the;judgment of the ,;+

Walton county to the beginning.Sec. I Clay's friends to some of mine, concerning On my arrival at AVheelinjr, on the : American Public, is cheerfully submitted if Mr. Clay and his friends would unite r
2. And be further enacted, in aid of the election of Mr. Adams, .
:. the then pending Presiden 23d inst. I was: informed that Mr. to their wisdom and justice. I
That all acts and parts of acts, coming Mr. Clay should be Secretary of State;
tialelection answered Carter then that
were freely : IJeverly, at place, II. lna ".
wniiin the purview of this, act, be, and and that the friends of Mr.: Adams, wereurging
frankly at the time ; but with- had received the preceding niyhtt, by Lexington, 29th June, 1827. .
the same are, hereby repealed. out any calculation that they were to : mail, a letter from G pn. Jackson, as a reason to induce tl.0 I
: Passed the 3rti Janllan', 1C-J7. From the Xushbills ubicar. accede this
Rep to
friends of Mr. Clay to
: Approved'12th? January, 12f7.ir ; be thrown into the public j journals ;- which he had exhibited to several

act to authorise the apprehending! fugitives I(I but facts cannot be altered-and asjyoiu !! persons, and left with my friend, Col. To the Public.A proposition, that "if I was elected i

from Justice in certain cases. !!! letters seem not to have bee Noah Zane, for my perusal; &. which letter addressed by me to Mr. Car- President, Mr. Adams would he continued J

Be it enacted by the Governor and I j i j l written for publication, I can assure : I was told, formed a subject of gc-n-: ter Beverly, of Virgini i, his: lately, Secretary of State, (innuendo,
Legislative Council of the Territoryif that concealment eral conversation and had without wish there would be no room for Kentucky;) \
1 i you having no myself I produced any consent, agency,or on stated ,w
Florida, That whenever any per- nor any dread arising from what i iI much excitement: in the town. The I mv. Dart. found I its way. into the newspapers that the friends of Mr. Clay _'
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son or persons may hereafter lodge i I I may have said on the occasion and I Captain of the Reindeer having kind- i accompanied a statement, that the West did not wish to separate

information upon oath, before any subject alluded to, my feelings towards ly detained his steam-boat for my over the signature of 11. Clay, con- from the West, and if I would confidential say '

judge of the superior or county court, you are not the least .hanged.I accommodation, and as I 'was unwilling tradicting and denying, not any thingI or permit any of my elected

!that! any person withiu his jurisdiction alwavs intended. should- Mr Clay longer to delay his departure I have: written, but that which he him- friends to say, that in case;: I was -
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htth committed a felony, specifying I come out over his own a-m and deny ;-' had only time to obtain a hasty, but self makes me to say. It is not the interpretation President, Mr Adams, should not

the particular felony, and State, and I I having any knowledge of the communication I believe a correct copy of the letter, given by him to my letter, be continued Secretary of State and, by his a

county,in which such! felony! was coni- t made by his friends to my and I now seize the first moment, after but my own languiige and own statement complete union of Mr. Clay

flr.tted: within any of the United. States, !I I friends and to me, that I would give my arrival at home, to present it that I am called upon to defend friends, they would put an end hour to and tho

and that said person or (persons hath I him the name of the gentleman to the public, together with a copy of: and expect to vindicate.To Presidential contest in one ;
to
fled from ihe justice of such State, it i through whom that communicationcame. another letter addressed by Mr. Beverly explain the manner in which he was of an opinion it was right

stnl1: be the duty of such jud e, before I. I have not seen your letter to Col. Zane.I my opinions have found their way into fight such"intriguers with their own

'; >'flUil1< : ucla information i is lodged, for- i alluded to, as having been; published purposely forbear, at this time, thf journals of the d..y, seems, in weapons.

with to issue!: his warrant, directed to in the Telegraph ; although that paper : to make several comments which these the first place, to be due both to the This disclosure was made to me by

SOme proper officer, to apprehend as I nm informed, is regularly .' documents authorize, and confine public and myself. Mr. Beverly, beingon Mr. James Buchanan, a member of

such fugitive ; and upon the apprehending mailed for me Washington, still I..j myself to a notice of the charges a visit at my house requested to Congress from Pennsylvania, a gen-

said: person or persons, said receive it irregularly & that containing 'j which General Jackson has brought !. know of me, other gentlemen being tleman of the first respectability and

officer sliall immediately return the your letter has not come to hand ; : forward in his letter. present, whether the overtures heretofore intelligence. The evening before,

'Warrantand bring the prisoner or prisoners of course I cannot say whether your I i These charges are, 1st. That my imputed to 1'11Clay were well : he had communicated, substantially :

before the judge awarding the statement is substantially correct or i J friends iu Congress, early in January, founded, and if I had a knowledge of the same proposition to Major Eaton

same, and tho said judge upon return not-I will repeat, however, again the I, 1825, proposed to him that, if he any of the facts myself. I answered my colleague in the Senate, with a desire -

of said warrant, shall enquire into the occurrence, and to which my reply to ,, would say, or permit any of his confidential him candidly ; being unable, as well as warmly manifested.thathe should

truth of the charge exhibited against you must have conformed, and from 1 I friends to say, that, in case unwilling 10 refuse telling things I had communicate with me, and ascertain

such person or persons, and ifhe shall which, if there has been any variation I I he was elected President, Mr. Adams lard, and knew to be trueA let- my views on the subject. This he

te of opinion that such person or persons you can correct it. It is this- j i should not be continued Secretary of ter detailing our conversation, shortly 'declined doing, suggesting to Mr.

are actually guilty of the felony, Early in January 1825, a member of;', State, by a complete union of myselfand afterwards obtained publicity in the"North Buchanan that he, as well as himself,

Or) that ho shall have been legally Congress of high respectability, visi- my friends, we would put an Fiid Carolha Journal," printed at could converse with me, and ascertain

Barged, :tmd that he or they have fled ted me one morning, and observed, to the Presidential contest in one hour; Favetteville.-On the 15th of May my opinion ; though, from his knowledge

from the justke of any other State or that he had a communication he vas and last, from Louisville( Kentucky, a of me he thought he could conjecture -

Territory, such judge shall by his desirous to make to me-that he 2dly. That the above proposal was communication was addressed to me my' answer-that I would enter

'arraut commit such person or. persons was informed that there was a great made to General Jackson, through a by l\1a- Beverly, stating, what beforeI into engagements whatever. It was 11'

to the jail of the county in which intrigue going on, and that it was distinguished member of Congress, had not known, that he was the wri- the morning succeeding this interview, J

such person was apprehended, if there right 1 should be informed of itthathe of high standing, with my privity and ter of this Fayetteville Letter. He after Major Eaton had objected to j

*e a jail in said county, and if not, to came as a friend-and let me receive consent. explained the reasons for his having converse with me on the subject, and

the Invvful officer of the nearest c(\un- the communication as I might, To the latter charge, I oppose a repeated the conversation, and requested before I had set out from my lodgingfpr

ty in which there may be a jail. the friendly motives through which it direct, unqualified & indignant denialI to be informed if in any thinghe .the capitol, that Mr. Buchanancame

S ec. 2. Be itfurther enacted, 'I hat was made he hoped would preventany neither made, nor authorized, nor had misquoted or misconceived. to visit me, and when the conversation .

thejudge committing any such fugitive, change of friendship or feeling knew of any proposition whatever to my meaning. Under such circum- I have stated took place.

shall immediately give the Governor with regard to him.-To which I replied either of the three Candidates, who stances, concealment and silence The answer returned has already

of the Territory for the time being I from his high standing nsa gen- were returned to the House of Representatives might have seemed mere affectation, been published, and need not here be

notice: of tho apprehending and corn- tleman, and member Congress, and at the last residential elec- or indeed something ofa different and repeated.To .

fitting such person or persons ; and from his uniform, friendly and gen tion, or to the friends either of them, even worse character. Publicity having be approached by a gentlemanof 4

Governor upon receiving such 5nlormaiion tlemanly conduct towdrds myself, I for the purpose influencing the result been given to the conversation, Mr. Buchanan's high character and

shall notify the Executive could not suppose ho would make any of the election, or for any other and an appeal made to me for its ac- standing, with an apology profferedat

Authority of the State from which said communication to me, which he supposed purpose. And all allegations intimations curacy, I felt it to be due to Mr. Beverly I the time for what be was about to

"gitive hath fled, and if such Execu- was improper.Therefore, his and inuendoes that my vote, on that nothing of fabrication: remark to me-one who, as I under- .

ti\.c authority shall not within four motives being pure, let me think as I that occasion, was offered to be given, should be imputed to himand to my- : stood, had alwaysr to that moment,

"omhs demand such fugitive, every might of the communication, my feel- or was in fact given, in considerationof self, that what I had stated should be been on familiar and friendly terms

Rich fugitive shall be discharged from ings towards him would remain..unal any stipulation or understanding, correctly understood. Accordingly, with Mr. Clay assuring me that on

custody.Sec. tered. The gentleman proceeded. express or implied, direct or indirect, on the 6th of June, apd,in reply to his I certain terms and conditions being assented -

3. Be it further enacted That i He said he had been informed, by the written or verbal ; that 1 was, or that of the 15th May, I addressed him al to on my part, then, by an .

thejl ; shU bo allowed tbe same j f friends of Mr. Clay thai the frauds army other person was not, to bo ap- letter of which the public are already. union of Mr. Clay and his friends, .



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stones being the only ones injured on Nashville
t would end to the Presidential I the consideration of thl = at Of purlohl1
tiey put an [ pressed upon I FOZUESIGff, our side in Urn affair." J *
contest in one }hour," what committee an instruction clothed in thj -- I. containing lottety tickets, ha*
PARIS, June 2. sentenced ,. beu
other conclusion; or inferenceyas to [pointed phraseology that this is ; ndPlan Frozzlhc New York Mercantile Advertitcr *' by. Judgd Tri UlU6 to ,
The Hermoinc French schooner !
he made than that he spoke by authority -' it be inferred, that in a matter s. July 24. years imprisonment for the CQ
t either of Mr. Clay himscif sonic1 serious, thefriencb of Mr. Clay woul| Latest from Lit'erpool.The ship with 120 negroes on =board, was captured From the N. York Mer. Adtitrlittr"Jnee..
the Isle du Prince the The Jury 13.
at on came into
arrived! yesterday Couri
of his confidential friends. The character have voted against extending this asked America, .which
of Mr.: fJucbannn: with me forbids for power to the committee. An in, sailed from Liverpool June ,-.tth.i coast of Africa, by one of the shipsof day morning,and returned a verdict r. I I
the idea lhit ho before extracts of leltersto 13th. war of the French squadron sta. of Guilty against Mr. Barker ,
: was acting on nocent man an impartial i We subjoin We'
:, I : June 12. tioned in those se:!!. understand exceptions havn
his ovn responsibility, or that, under nal fears not to meet the : triblt'j "Liverpool. been t.
1 i sales of Saturday This scflooner, having been sent ken. The principal I are, that '
ar.y -circumstances, he could have .any power that competent "The cotton on tU ".
dictment! is void
been induced, to propose au arrange- : gives ; and far less should he distrust! aid! yesterday, were about 2000 bags to Cayenne, was condemned and confiscated and illcl l' "eft", coad
I that I the verdict is .
Ilcnt, uIIeri! possessed: of satisfactory : that exercise, when in the hands of eah:: day. Prices are very steady in that colony by the sentenCQ against,evi ence
assurances, that, if accepted, it would correct and honorable men. I! ad the article is not pressed! upon of the Tribunal of the First Instanceon The Court yesterday proteeded
t be carried fully into effect. A weak Innocence never seeks for safety tb market as much as it was. The tho 21st of March last, as having wl.th the trial of Mr. V crmilyet.: 11\'

mind would seldom or ever be thus Jtlu0ugh covert ways and hidden ambiwi&ctesf -I[Jew qualities of Sea Islands and very violated the ordinances relative to the this case, the jury I lalt ni]*1.t.t f.10 0... .,
I'I'I clock returned a verttmct"d J .. -
disposed to..act, an intelligent oue oever. she fights by day and in superior Upland3, are much wanted, lave trnde. uif .
the open plain, and proud in her own i and the former :are likely to advancea Fron the Boston Ccnlintl. Baton Rouge, June 23._\\ \,.
Under all the Circumstances appearing I strength, meets her enemy fearlcisly. little more, while the middle qualities The Viceroy Egypt, long knownas with much interest that Mijor Pelrn.

nt that time. 1 did not resist In the proposition: submitted by Mr.McDuffie ; are not of so ready sale." I Cotton Grower, has lately he- I I sin, of t the Engineers, intends ,,,'....";'t'm"

the impression that Mr. Buchanan had there wits nothing to alarm, "June 13.; -No cltaugt-'not much come Wholesale hlUl1t cturcr. He 1 II'Plaqueinineand Lafourche" tn m.'1\6 I)
'approached: me on the cautiously nothing that innocence: snould have doing in cotton-prices: merely stea- i employs 13,000 weavers, freights ni i- observations. by order of the ir.v.eminent
Mihmittcd I ny vessels, and has his factors in I wit h. to tho improvj
proposition of some author doubted dbout ; it w.is neither more dy. :
ised person ; mid, therefore, in giving nor less, than a call of/he/ attention! The Com bill), notwithstanding all : Leghorn, Florence and various cities ;. men? of their naviiritionGenerjl .

him my answer, did leqnest him to I of the connuittoe: to particular enquiries the proposed amendments, is expect-I of Sicily. He is one of the most extraordinary Bernard, who i ii now en.

say tp Mr. Cl iy and his friends," what with an application; for power! to ed to go through: !; tht Ilou e ; men of'this extraordinary I gazed! in visiting the fort ficuion, bQ_
New
that answer had been. Whether the! ferret out the truththrough an appeal in its original form.Ifayti. : age self-created groat men, having low O'le.ms, s expected w'h:;
:. co'nrmmication was made to i\lr. Clay to the oath of those vvho might be called .-A literto the editors of risen to his present elevation from in a few days in this town \Ven:

and) his friends, I kninv not : this, upon to depose before them. the Baltimore Anericau, from a a private, Mameluke.DOMESTIC.. derstund: ( that! Gen Bernard an! >j J

though do know, that: while the o- Without i i documents, and unacquainted 1 friend tit Port au Prince, under date jor Poussin contemplate ex ?,L ,*'?:

jiinions and course of Mr. Clay as to with the number of Mr. of the 5 ih hist says :-"The. Island' .. the Manchac l'Ivert and that .n leiv
the election, were but matter of conjecture Clay's friends in tic Houc, I can- i is not so quiet as when I was here last. =-::- From the-Norfolk' ::Beacon= ::- -=July-25.- ing this place, they will! co.n neive I Ireconnoisance

with many at and before this not assert that they were in opposition On the 3d iust. four Government Of- The West-India Squ.adron.Velearn of a National ?Soad: to

time, very shortly after this conversation to Mr. 1\]'Ihffw's resolution. ficers were tried, condemned and shot that orders have been issued Washington City, passing throng! '
0 took place, his, and his friends i Yet it is obvious, that the influence for a conspiracy to inurder President : from the Navy Department to the Baton Rouge, Jackson in our\ Sute'
opinion:! bectime: forthwkh matter: of "he possessed would have been amply Boyer. Two more have been arrested : commander of the \Vest India Squadron and Columbus in Missis ipri.

'" certainty and general knowledge. sufficient to produce a different result, : and now await their trial. These to rendezvous, without delay, St. Louis, June 28.-Major: Gee
Still: I have not said, nor do I now hid Mr. Clay been at all desirous I proceedings have caused some alarm with his whole force at Kay West. Brown, accompanied by his Aid.!

say, that the proposal made to me was that a different one should hav* been among foreigners, aud J think the We surmise that this movement has Lieut. J. R. Vinton, of"the Untci
t with the privity and consent," of produced. The resolution contained sooner I can leave this the better. some connection with the remonstrances States' Artillery, arrived at Jefiersoa:

Mr.:\ Clay, nor, either, have I said strong imputations, & serious charges, Acz0 York,July 23.-We learn bya said to have -been recently made Barracks on the 20th inst. in the S.

that his; friends in Congress made :-:Mr. Cl"iy and his frieuds were both passenger in the Tobasco, from Vera to our Government, by tho Spanish I B. Cleopatra. This veteran officer
: propositions to me. These are Mr. implicate Can it be presumed, Cru and Tampico, that somo e- Minis51" Washington, against Com. I. hatfbePn' for somp time engaged in *
Clay's prpMrntloac! of my Jctt(.,. ( under such a Mate general excitement vcnts of interest had occured- Mexico PORTER'S being permitted to makeuse tour for the inspection of the military
to Mr. Beverlv, and not what mv letter that if Mr. Clay desired: it, he since the date of our former advices of that as a neutral port. posts of the United States, and is now*
t itself contains. What I have could not have found, present:: and at E but we have not been able to U. S. S/zip North Carolina.-Cap-1 on his return Washington City

Mated, are the facts of a conversation hand, some friend to ask in !his behalf,p cbuin tlie.particulars.rFhie Mexican tain BLISS of the brig Good Return, .I taking the route of the Lakes. The
between myself and a member of! that the resolution should! be adopted, Niister Finance had.been ordered I at Baltimore from Port-au-Prince. I day succeeding his arrival at the Bar

Conoross of high respectability. The and full powers extended to the com U leave the country. lIe was to be I spoke off the harbour, die U. S. ship* I racks, he received visits of courtesy .

conclusion and inference from that I mittee ? And, moreover: can it bethought immediately escorted to Vera 'Crqz, North-Carolina, Com.'RoDOERSfrom i i from the officers of that post ; and on

conversation; -the timeu.inner: tint: such an indulgence, if and vas allowed but forty-eigltt hours Gibraltar bound in, all well-to remain -I the 22d he reviewed the troops stationed

Xind all the circumstances. satisfied r1i.1, desired! bv Mr. Cl.w.. or- anv/ of his tt {fmel! a conveyance from that .port. two days and proceed thenco to there, consisting of six corapi-
mind that; itVa') not imnuthorised.So J' friends, could or would have been The Priest Arenas, who was concerned the United Slates via Havana. Dies of the 1st Regiment, six of the

( have thought, and so I still think; ;; denied ? And, yet it was denied, in in the late attempt at insurrectionhad The Schr.l\laria.Thomas, arrived 3d, and all of the 6th Regiment of Infantry

4 and yet, I :again fvpeai tint in this asmiicli: as the! resolution was rejected, I been shot at East River yesterday morning, in I On the evening of that day
supposition f may h:tvc possibly) done andthepowiT asked for,. refused to I We also learn that a great-mercan 11 days from Port-au-Prince, informs he visited St. Louis ; tho following
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:i\lr. Clay it ustir.e.: If he should bo : the com mince. A solicitude to find tile house in the city of Mexico bad! that the U. S. ship North Carolina, day, accompanied by Brigadier Gen.

nbo) to sustain: the) .ivM-mPtits! he has: ;.j I a specific accusation, by a rcspOl si-1 I I fjib-d:) 1, and was del cie lt to the: amount Com. RODGERS, sailed from that port Atkinson, he visited the Arsea of
t oruie, and: acquit himself: of any agency ble accuser." could not b.ive been so I of$8 OOO,( the creditors principallyin } a few days before she left. Belle Fontaine, whence he returned

and! participation ;In the matter, I ;i I seriously* entertained: then, as it is earI Europe( and the United States.: The U. S. sloop of war Ontario, the same evening. Qn Sunday he
beg leave: to assure him that, so fir; I I nos'.Jy: l'XPItSSCtlllow! or ;-se! so excellent Culonbia.--T\ie\ Colombian, at Capt. NICHOLSON was at Port Ma- attended the Presbyterian Church,on

from Hording( me pam, .it will give ::,: an opportunity' being :JfloI'lQd Phd.ulelphia, sailed from Laguira on I hon 19th May, from Smyrna. occasion of the celebration, by the

me }ll asu-e.: I certainly can hive j i i i to encounter but it, both could not tbo Gib! inst. Capt Itugan stute tlm: The U. S sloop of war Warren Masonic' Fraternityof annivers.iry
'no d us 5 re that the character of my I I 1 have been so i cari'l tl .slj' regarded-so BOLIVAR and Mr.Cockburn, the Capt. KEARNEY', sailed from Mahon, of St. John the Ev nw.list. He pir-

'country, through the} acts of a prominent : 1 I contemned, und so thrown away. A. I ritiJ1 Miii'ster; embarked on bo mid for the Archipelago the latter part of rook of a dimmer; given by tho Officers

citizen sit dl rest undt'r any serious I controversy with me can no more disclose I the Druid frigate on the 5th, tJr; Car- April. Jefferson Birrack?, on the 25th;

:imputation( ; for the, honor of ;!wt I or render apparent} Mr Cliy's: I tliagcna: with a considerable number Norfolk, July 23. at which he was complnnenip-l in a
country, I should" greatly; : prefer, lh.it j: innocence: than: could the controver- of troops The following is a list of the Officers toastadvorting to his mil jary uh' >ve.
any inference I have made, may turnout sv* placed within his reach two and a '. A h'tii-r from L 'irniira of the 4th, attached to the U. States' Ship merits clurin tho lime war, \nd! to '''leimprovements
ro be ::ill founded.ji }halfvears auo! and vet t, while tho one published in the American, ; \ifr'i, Ixou.tJ to theV cut Iiiviiod. i introduced, ;;trl( contemplated .
?-.*.. \ >urn-lies: ins rjrpat" atig- was rivouietf; or at"any rato not embnred :! /Jolivur" body g.iard, :; s.lY.-1 GEORGE BUDD, Esq. Commander) ; for the! pe'-ce (ostaMishn1.; : ,
fuel ion, that ibis matter: has at last ,: : with u z al.coric.spondsiirwith ; I('i 400 l' n..iHS: arrived here yesier- i Lieutenants, William Mervinc, Ben by him as Com.-nin-J,'r-in-fVef. He
!.Jtfn LI O'ht!). to light, and to pnblicciatiun. I the necessity of the accusation, i day, to embark on board two transports i jamiu Fag jr., Edward S. Johnson, returned his thanks for iji? .!oo*? ;>
\t> ,, :! He feels rejoiced ,,!, at the prospects prevailed! by the otli- and go with tin frigate to Car- William B. Nicholson, Franklin Bu-' pinion i manifested, exprcs-inij; .r 'v into :
that; a specific accus:'ition by a responsible i er, exceeding. joy scenes: to be niaui-: I tha! ena. hy the next arrival you channn ; Sailing Master, Henry Worthington he always judged so Oi\oti'-Mv:I ;

;; arnser has at \tamrth ap-I I fested. Then, as now, a specific arfllstlion may expert to hear something importaut -, ; Surgeon, Charles Chase ; and then gave a toast, in vh'rh; .ie
.p.artd.M To this a passing: notice! is was before him. fromtltis quarter: ;us 1 think the Purser, Josiah Colston ; Marine Offi: complimented the moral, as ,vj i is

tiitC. I One further remark and I am done, majority of the people; e only waiting cer, Franris C. Hall ; Midshipmen, military, appearance of the A. ..v.

It must }bo) recollected, tn.it: in con- i with a hope that, on this subject, I for the great ninil's abseuce to Andrew H. Foote, John E. Holt jr., The latter, he said, was the peopl .'s
-M'tiW1H4.' of f a letter fr"111Ii.. George may not be under any necessity of again throw off the yoke." H. E. N. Robinson, Edward R. glory in war, and its pride in peace.
Kroajiv appearing in the' /',"oir the iJaH'mor American I He left here in the Her-
i i'1 J.mnary; 18:25: an enquiry } newspapers. Thompson, Wm. Russell, ThomasR. yesterday
4w is p*. t'f' loot in Cou..,re.ss upon the In saying what I have, all the circumstances The accounts received bv V the Al- Roote3 Jr., Christopher N. Green, cul s for Louisville.
..!i11)jeHolJ) : of.'11'. Ci.iv himself considered, I have felt( it was gonqtiin, at Philadelphia from Liverpool Bernard: J. Mueller, \V m. S Young, : Gen. Brown's health is good, although .
On t\; !; memorable occasion, of due to myself, and to the public. are to the 9th of June. They. Algernon S. Worth ; Master's Mate, his physical powers are somewhat -
ruih: imputed on the one hand, and My wish would have been, to avoid .I contain no information of interest, Unless i Louis A. Bussard ; School Master, j impaired by a paralytic stroke.

innocence maintained: : ] on the ether, having any thing to say or do in this ) may be deemed so the speculations! Samuel Grubb ; Captain's Clerk, R. To a mind active as his, this is a misfortune : -
I\Ir. MoDulTie, it will be recollected, matter, from an apprehension well lof the Parisian pgints on the affairs I II. L. Paterson ; Boatswain John; particularly in the situation

submitted for consileration to the conceived, that persons will not be prospects of the Greeks, corres- McNally, Acting ; Gunner, John: which he now holds-a situation requiring -
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:i ltUS of I'rrt'sie1nattvc as .uatter wanting, who, may charge whateveris ponding with the assertions in the Tee, Acting ; Carpenter, James extraordinary physical energy ..
,()instruction to the committee( the done, to a desire to affect others, London Times, on the same subject. Bridger, Acting ; Sail Jl/aker, Patrick [. as well as mental activity.
t JI ,)\\rJtg) resolution ; ,hit the said and benefit myself! -My own feelings Perhaps the principal difficulty of the Murphy, Acting ; Purser's Steward, Republican.It .
commuter! be instructed to enquire though, are of higher importance awl various powers, in coming to a conclu- Trueman S. Maddox.Supertiumneraries would be well if Editors of papers
j- wl'l'tll'rihu, friends of IliClay have value to me, than'the; opinion of those sion on a matter which has produced to join the West throughout the country, would

1r: liiuted, that they would fight for those who impose censure where it is believed so much various and groundless conjecture India) Squadron ; Lieutenants, James suggest the expediency gathering

: who would: pay best, or any thing to not to be deserved. I have has been to adjust the balance P.Vilson and Samuel B. Cocke. white mulberries, wherever they are
that effect: ; and whether overture been actuated by no such design, nor between themselves, should they dismember NORFOLK, July 27. to be had, and drying them-forthie sake
were said to have been made by tho governed by any such consideration. or displace the inart mass ofthe The U. S. sloop of war Natchez, of their seed.-He who thus lays a
friends of Mr. Adams to the friendsof The orig''i>-ihe bcsfming of this matter Turkish dominion. Capt. BUDD, bound to Pensacola: foundation for a nursery of young mulberry !-
:\Ir. Chy, offering; the appointment was at my owa house and fireside; From tte Palladium FROM CANTON.Office, Boston,July 16. 'i went to sea yesterday morning. trees, will not fail to find adequate -

Secretary of State* for his aid where surely a frecm.m may be permitted Extract i The U. S. sloop of war Florida demand for them.
letter
of ,
a from
an officer of
To elect Adams ; and whether the to speak} on public topics wHi- sailed Washington American Farmer.
t an American: Merchant vessd, da- City yesterday. -
friends( of this information out having ascribed to him improper !
4 Cl.iyg.ive I .-beacon. JULY 2S. From the Florida Advocate.
ted, atLinton March :20 1827.
,
to the friends Jackson, and hinted designs.: J have not gone into the Frigate Constellation. We under TALLAHASSEE, August 4.
"On the 1st inst. there battle -
was a
that if his friends would oft: r the same highways and market places, to pro- stand that orders were THOMAS RANDAL, Esq. has been
between five boats yesterday received
of the Americans
price they would close with them ; claim my opinions, and! in this, feel from the Navy appointed by the President, Jude of
and whether H. Clay has transferred that I: have differed from some, who, and English: lying in this port, and to dismantle this Ship and Department off her, the Superior Court for Middle: Flori
two Chinese Mandarin Boats and pay
or resolved' to transfer, his interest to even at public dinner tables have not one crew.-Idem. da. Several members of the Bir of
John Q. Adams; ; and whether it scrupled to consider ne as a legitimate of'their men of'war's -launches: occa- Extract of a letter from an American Officer, this District, recommended Judge

was stiid and believed that as a consideration subject for a speech, and the en- sioned by" a *pass Boat coming.!.. down dated: GIBRALTAR., 3nl-... -Jnnn.-..-. -lft7.--'. Randal for the appointment ho I hu
tertainment of the with orders for the ship Citizen, of! The U. S. ship North Carolina
Yet doubt
for this abandonment of company. just received. We have no
duty to ,lJis constituents, Clay was to: for this, who has heard me complain 1 New York, to proceed up to Canton. I sailed from this port for Norfolk on that he will, in the discharge of his official
be appointed Secretary of State, and I No one. Trusting to the justice of The Mandarins took the Pass Boat, I i the 1st inst. She will stop at Martin- duties, give entire satisfaction to
that} an intelligent I have and were towing her towards the Chinese ique, San Domingo and Cuba known
: the said; committee be authorised people been together the people of Florida. His
to send for persons and papers, and I content to rely for security on their vessels of war-when the Americans with several intermediate ports. infLexible integrity of character and

to compel the persons so sent for -to decision, against the countless assaults and English manned their beats i She will arrive at Norfolk about the distinguished talents, warrant us taI
and went in In about half last of
pursuit.
and slanders which July.
answer upon oath. so repeatedly are this belief.
an hour t foremost. boat came up From the Washington Gto. News, 26. I
be July .
sought to with-
Now here palmed them, for
is upon
resolution Macomb has prepared
a officiallysubmitted with them-muskets wore fired and Col. Campbell having "declinedany i Judge
covering more than theground out seeking to present myself in my the further the press, an interesting work, in answer
stones thrown from Mandarin contest for the Office of
own defence and still less become .
of to several made Goo.Laf.yette
my communication to Mr.Beverly to queries, by
Governor
boats of this
the ; but our other boats coming St.ate-we have,
responsible accuser" of Mr.
and resting in connexion to Governor Duval, respecting
; Clay or other up, they began an attack, and succeed. accordingly, been authorized to an It
with an accusation publicly chargedin any person. the resources of Florida.
: i td
in retaking the Pass Boat and or- nounce Capt. MATTHEW TALBOT a
the newspapers ; and yet, Mr., Andrew Jackson. ders, andproceedthto the C tizeD. I candidate for that office. is well written and faithfully delineates
'VJay1; at this:late period, professes to; HmitagcJuIyI8thl827iixiL heard on the 2d. that two Mandarins Mr. OORHAMJS elected to Congressfrom tho advantages of the soil and'climate
-reoiced that of the Territorv.-So soon as a sup
; a specitic accusation '. kiHed and Boston
in
were two Chinese wounded. place of Mr. Webster '
by a responsible accuser, has at : ARIUNGKMEN T\ There are three or four Chinese I elected to the Senate. Tho votes ply of paper is received from New Orleans

than length appeared." Certainly more Northern Mail, vessels of war lying here now, and I stood_for Mr. G. 1659, Blake 698, it will be published.-Idem.

'' I two years ago, an accuser respectable HUE every Wednesday and Sunda\- at there are said to be thirty more coming Henshaw 459.-Majority for Mr. Governor DUVAL will leave herein
and an accusation specific, 4 o'clock! 1'. M. down from town, distant 60 miles. Gorham 380.JOSEPH a few days Washington.. II*

were both before him-,ere both Deports every Saturday and Tuesday We now lie with all our guns double I GALEsjr. Esq. co-editor goes, we are informed, on public bust*
within his reach, and might have been *t 8 o'clock. M.Florida. shotted ready for battle. The vessels I of the National Intelligencer has been nesss. During his absence, the dunes -

met, had he been at all disposed to Mail, : that are here, I think more than a elected mayor of the city ol Washington. of the Executive will devolve on
: .t the interview, or rejoiced at the pros Due erery:Tuesday at 10 o'clock A. M. match for them: I twill probably: the Secretary. Mr. McCABTX !*

pect of meeting an accuser. Had I>eparta same day at 2 o'clock P. M. pat a stop to business for some timeat From the N. Y. Advertiser.. comparatively a stranger in'the Territory -
Mr. McDuffie believed the charge W. Haseli Hunt, Whampoa, where the vessels he Martin H. W. Malhon, late Post- having been among us but a fo '"

groundless and untrue, he is a man of; Post Master. that are bound to Canton. There master at Wayneshorough, (Tenn.) weeks-consequently i is measurably
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too high sense of honour, to have Pewaeola, lit July 1827,-l8-3t. wew! two men slightlywounded with cotmctea1 in tjjo U. S. Circuit Court I unacquainted with the maaucw audMr
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bahit5 of tlie' country. the short ac- "4tn(! what in rea' worth wanting" put down the practice of Gambling : your ts the Court of Appeal of S. Carotiui,will Office ff iht) Commiuary >

had with him has Supply in vapomidg an.}nuiting. predecessors have passed a law fo.tae! ben- not be without weight in the other Courts. General
we hav cf Subsistence J
Theu will all who seek o6ice and all who. ,
qunintaucc efitt>rBlack-ege.! In proportion iI other Let justice be done between the Rich and
produced the most tavorablfrimpression. as Bacon want judgement and coup- WAsaiHTo, July 1, 1827.EPABATE .
however, says, % Legislatures impose severe penitiei, we the Poor-between the Banks and the In .
Since his arrival he has age; being amazed and stupified shall have them flockinsf-here likt-carrion I dividuals.It proposals will be received ....

information liclieve we have a* little wit, io ia sincere and at this Office until the 1st day of -
himself acquiring crowi. The object was perhaps, jet an truly a subject regret to us,
devoted and As be out-hcctor'd, and submit." increase of population ; but thee are a 1 we think it must be to every goed and intelli- October next for the delivery of provisions .

respecting the Territory, If there is-an honest Sheriff, who would large portion of this community, w>o would gent citizen ofthe two States which have been I for the use ofthe troops ofthe United .

has already! proved himself an active ot "flatter Neptune for lit trident," or sacrifice prefer an honest, moral, and relrious influx the theatre of Mr. Shultz assiduous and hitherto : States, to be delivered in bulk, upon
The his honest iQdependeuce for office ; unprecedented labors and eaterprizes, that he as follows.
valuable officer. appointment of population? composed of Jose who inspection
and who refuses to his should meet with so many disappointment,
chang, politics
of Mr.: McCarty, we consider as ;, condition that would not divide, upon his are not "nafi consumcre fruget" ?nly, but worrying, and harasmeatfl in his transactions At Pensacola.
I you
of the host that has been made for county, so as to cut him off from his business who are willing to earn their brad by the with Legislatures, and court of justice. Per- 600 barrels of Pork
cultivation of the soil. and prtveit the deterioration apuain our humble station and avocations of
: 1250 do fresh fine Flour
cession to the United and when rid of
its to
florida
; attempt
since : you get of I fear ought and do
: morals to the :ore life perhaps not we not pretendto '
Shttcs.-Id. I ImJl' :1 him by such division, because he will not we shall not only have a great increase of great legal and legislative science; but conceive 8000 gallons good proof Whiskey
into views and the Court inter each whiskey barrel to have at least 1$
__ come your gamblers, but that those of )ther places we hare the right and feet t thi.ity incumbent -
( : poses a check, by decreeing your acts arbitrary will only to take a or ur* and to express our A come game
I-U Q : and unconstitutional only Das* a he..oS. as the law &av-"to the<<,il example of individual merit aad public jmtictJ ..-M> t.i .SJO bust*!* of rood sound Beans
-..- !I renovating net. Let it be understood that who i in like oi&nd." Nor do we pretend to a knowledge(if the technicalities 8800 pounds of good hard soap .
all
of
..othcis, case ma,
FRIDAY, AUGUST 17t.'I, 1827. !I the Legislative power here i i. omnipotent, If divorces and: forma of legal process which occasions 4000 pounds of ood hard Tallow Can
as -
._ you grant many your predecessors the tardy decisionof litigated matters
that Members for
not \
ore responsible dies with wicks
: ,Ve shall have every bad husband between !Mr. Shuhz and other individual, or cotton
Veritf Sans Peur.
I criminal offences that the of'ol1it'i
; permanency and scolding wife, who want to get rid of between that gentleman and the State; but we 140 bushels good clean salt
ati.L _- '- i :c.:2: 'I depend on a rescript called a rcnoi each other. With this mixture of game ., ha' *considered the man whose labors are conspicuous 2250 gallons good Cider Vinegar. each

Cii\i and Jackson.-We publish in thisdnv's i rating act. and all the timid and vaccillating sters, divorcees, criminals pardoned by lawor for benefiting the State, as one to I vinegar bbl. to have at least 16 good

Gazette the letters of these distinguished j i will turn their heads and bow to its edicts, let loose fromjail without tiiai for want whom the State as well as individuals owe gratitude -: hoops

individuals, on the subject 01 the : as the Persians! worshipped the: Sun, or as and even money, and are morally boundto One-fourth first
of funds to feed them, we shall truly have a on the day: of June
charjre; againSt Mr. Clay, of bargain and I'I the Sunflower follows tbe God of day. I II .'State," bat such a State as will make the pay it too if circumstances require. Lc al 1828
..ration in regard to the last Presidential I If., however.. the Constitution and Act of I obiigat'tonp', by a virtuous and generous people,
I v IB ft v*1.-- -- --Q "Snran l les shoot through us to tbe end ofotifiugrsand should be held than moral One-fourth on the first day October..
not : more binding
also insert such interesting barrier in instances
ekction. We shall Congress place a some I
toes" and instead of be
1828
; ones and what we justly owe one another is not :
documents as may hereafter appear to the aspirations of your authority, you can ing" as melodious as if we were swimming : always expmscd on parchment. If these positions -. One-fourth the first day of December,
side of the question without making easily; avoid that by another species of rtnc-
citt.tr
on an ocean Peacock's feathers", we shall be adoitted as true, and who can deny 1828
comments oursclf copying those ration. When a United States' Judge, ia them,who wit that Henry:Shultz: ,
any be disporeJ "to break out in a great coarseLycurgus presume say And the remainder on the 1st day
ol'nny of our c-diturialltrctbreu. The documents the exercise of his Constitutional power, the founder fa flourishing town in our State, ot
I American from the Bar cry. and whose l labors have been "March 1829. .
are interesting to evey suspends or expels a Lawyer < always pfom-jtive

" end Mug so are entitled to a place in our for embezzlement, libel, contempt, or felo- public projperity, has received either the It is understood that the Pork to be

c lun'l1Ii ; but as we are hors dc combat in ny ; pass ar act restoring or renovating him. -fm -_- legislature; orin courts Justice, either the grat- contracted for,is to consist of an entire

I the election fir President, remarks from us I The Constitution, which declares a separation -I itude or the pecuniary aid which the usages hog to the barrel, except feet, legs ears,
U4U71W lG \1il S. c. of a and high minded people l have
in iorof.4ther of the contending parties, between the three Departments, is no- : ever generous considered and awarded as the due of thepublic and snout. Should the hog weigh less

culd be unadvised, superfluous and unavailing. thing compared with the ideas, you have GREAT GUNS.From spirited citizen.-Edg. Hive, June 2. than 200 pounds the deficiency must be ,
derived from favorite Iackstone of made:. up of rood fat side nieces. But ono ,
my ---- ,
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the supremacy and omnipotence of the Legislature the Augusta V oust it uti ana list July 8. -- L. aI head is allowed to each barrel. The
Council. TO CORRESPONDENTS.
Legislative What right has a petty Judgeto ON the night Monday last, martial music I contractor may exclude the hams, and I.

\Ve understand that at the late election dismiss a man from the Bar, even if he and the firing of cannon in tbe town of I If A. 7?. of Tallahassee had trans- substitute good side pieces. 4I

there *i>!I but one candidate each in the pull him off the bench: by the nose ? In Hamburgh drove sleep from the eyes of !milled us his real name, his communi. I The Pork Beans, Flour hilker.I .

3id and 6th Districts ;-in the fourth, we i such a case, the Legislature ought at least, our startled citizens,and cuiiosuy eagerly ration might have appeared. I Salt, and Vinegar, must be delivered in

have heard that C. HOWARD' is elected ;- I in mercy to the Judje, to provide that the demanded what wonderful incident had occasioned -" 79f&QR2HB9SB88BB998BBRB9BBHBBBBBiOBITUARY. strong and secure barrels, and the Soap* t

in the fifth, three out of five preciuots being :. Marshal shall scan. his nose.r when the resto- a noise so tremendous ? The pater in good strong taxes, of a convenientsize

he8rd from, there is no doubt that JAMES latiuu tak s place eioes which, as the ingenious .uithorofl'e- DIE D.-In this City, ou Monday last, for transportation. The Fork, Whiskey .
W'.uRhav themijority ; and in the seventh There is another pecies Judge-breaking;, egrinePickle relates, used to be red at tae ,
13th inst. Mr. JA.NTY MIGEAT, aged about Vinegar, and Flour, in seasoned s
W'jLtlAMVv1TT is reelected.The nearly allied to this that is, when it is Garrison Commodore Trnmon, upon the
; 45 years, a native of Bordeaux and late a heart of white oak barrels the Pork ia
:Mtmbeis Elect, on this side of the found that a Judge acts in coufonnity to the happening o all extraordinary events were resident Mobile Ala. barrels fun hoped. The Pork; to be carefully .
Suwauuee River, therefore are Law ; delivers opinions with great car.e and nothing at all to it; bad the uithSal Tom
lt. District, J.f.' DE LA RCA. aoility ; protects the poor from the oppres- Pipes himself been in Hamburgh, he must NORFOLK, July 20.-Diod, onboard I packed with Turks Island salt ; each 1

2nrf. District, HI:. 1'I.Y' Wii.soy. sinus ofthe rich ; chastises, by what Blackstone I have knocked under to the ioudaei of the the United States' frigate Constellation piece not to exceed 10 pnunds in weight.

3rd. Diffricl, ROBERT :\i CKEEcOc.' calls ntolliter imposuil manu*" that cannonade, aud confessed the Uter inability in this harbour, on Wednesday The Salt will only be received by measurement 4

4th. District, C. HOWARD. u, by giving a moderate correctiou, thoaC of the p.atereroes aforesaid, ,of wkich Tom o'clock after of- 32 mtart* t-) th" hl11.hpL .

(pig'',. Diftrict JAMES WKBB.6lh. who deserve it for presuming on his station, I had the chief management, to rival the long night at 10 an The provisions are to be inspected at I

Di trirt. TJIOMAS SPIIOHT.7lh. and for insulting him, for the beiu-tit ot loud echoing note of the Hamburgh heat illness of eight days, of bilious remit the time delivery and the contractor ,

Diftrict. \\ IT.LI.WYATT.. themselves and! society. When all this happens I Guns Many were the conjectui afloat tent fever, Midshipman EDWARD is to pay that &.all other expenses, until 1

Messrs ;McKennon, Speight and Wyatt, with other similar defects in his cha- -some thought that the fOI ces ot die Pi evident i.I VVoRTiiiN'GTON, of the United States'Na'y they are safely delivered at such store t

were Members of the last Council. racier and he caunot be rrnorated out by were down upon us-others tu&gincd I a native of Kentucky. houses as may be designated by the Uni. .

jour laws, having Uncle Sum's sheepskinin that some uncommonly great IDa, being -- ted. S'ates' Agent. "

Itt i nortrd hat Mr. A. S. TinirsTC*, tins 1 his pocket, instead of the coarse paper upon his travels, had stopped at otr neigh -_ I The privilege! is reserved to the United j

referred 1/ ),1l tilt Gtrernor the appointment oiAmtiofircr commission .tovattd for tho and that the Burghers States of the
so easily r ; pass a resolution Lour town night, sma l mW increasing or diminishing t
We iil that Mr.GroRor.
at Key ; a : requiring tl.e Delegate tu bring were doing bun honor ; the: !names of quantities with .
E.TlSGLE isaswciaied with him in that Lu --- .......". or dispensing one or
him up all standing" and !et your iuferiorg the Secretary of State, Mr. Van Buren, the more articles at any time before enteringinto

Cew-To ov friend *in Phii(1rl'lphi1.-The in Congress, rtnorale him out. As Vice-President: Messrs. Gales and Seaton, Port oi! ren aco\a. contract, aud also of increasing of

have likution for Uncle Sam's and the Duke of Saxe Weimar, instantly -- -
packet Paperb mailed by us for Philadelphia you jio great -= ----- reducing the qumtities! of each delivery

on the 18th May last, arrived at the Officers, puss another act to prevent all of suggested thpLD clH's. It was agat.i surmised : APJUVLi) one-third, on giving sixty days previous
them, even Post Masters, from holding the that the noise was caused by a strong Au ut 14th.-U.S.Transport Schr. Florida, .
notice. Rut it is that alteration
inst. probable '
the no
}'oct Office in this City on lath ; Baker via St. :Marks. Passenger*,
Tampa Hay
offices fill least Hunt. who is growingin effort to musquitoes and to purify
destroy
after a very peaceful repose upwards of you Mrs. Piu..ar! ('.Walton[ Lt. Ogden, and will be made before the execution
popularity. should become a colleague, I the atmosphere, and there were some who
two months in sme Post Office barrel from Mear: : Drake! Tingle and 'liii"udtofl. ofthe contracts.
and get the printing of the Laws. Besides were nervous enough to fancy the explosions -
which; it was aroused by the rude upsetting CLEARED.Ausiustilth. Hi tide rs not heretofore contractors, or
ol some uureie'iionious Post Master, who I have shewn that it is dangerous to have to be real thunder, and the music to .-Sr.hr. Elizabeth, Forrvth, NTwOrleVm. who have nut furnished satisfactory evidence <<

turned it loose! on the world, notwithstanding printers in, particularly to those who may be music from the spheres. An old 'ady 'I' Cargo 12.UOO) bricks by Ifyer and i of their anility to fulfil the contracts .

/ if earned it' place of destination plain- have mortgagei to. foreclose. who has long been looking. out- --for the. latter Knpmau. I for which they may have proposed .,'
it will be well tor you to enquire wimt day, insists Unit the night .Monday, was Sehr. Thorn. Jonea. New Orleans.! Cargo I
lv endorsed on it. Ai a refuge from further their
iil.rtatuwnt instinct employment was given, by your immediate : one "signs and wondeis," and she i ia preparing -\ 18 bales cotton by Samuel Patterson aai 15000 are required to accomuany proposals I
and with an truly as- \ itb such rvidence with
bricks J. together
by Campbell.NO'ECCfi.
the number of Clerks faithful of it for the
to account
I predecessors, en- a pages I
t'lI\i( !.;u it ought the place outs nativity; I .. .
> --- the of their sureties whose
: : J names responsibility -
Those Members of the Council National where it -
gaged. of the Intelligencer,
.
fr: rn whence it was again cruelly expelledb .
certified the District
be
who the President were be tu must by i
; its wereappoinedby may expected: shortly appear.ow
chPost Mailer, who sent it forth on
'..- tici Jour. .......... content to read their bills in manuscript we believe, that there is no truth iu any of By an orJ.er! d' the lii vrtor.s of the Yttorney, or some person well known by
and had several clerks to copy them ; the these conjectures, nor yet in another, thate I Joint Stock of the whan"fund, made the Government ; otherwise their proposal

Ucrar2Premiums.We publish with 1 1d1tlre last Council, however, kept the tame num,6er \\ hare heard, to wit : that a gentleman of I I Ion the 13th August 1&27 ... .t rr: >iKl instal- I* will not be acted on. }

pKisurc! the advertisement of Premiums for I\ of Clerks and ordered tbrir Dills to he HamDurgh, Has recently contt acted.an ai-I I ment often per rent required: to he pad; There can be no advances in any ease* J
original matter for the Philadelphia iprinttd ; for which they parsed a Law, al- liance with au accomplished Heiress of .
by the Shave hoi; lera! on t'.e first Mondayof and evidence of inspection and delivery
the
Somemr which is
prospectus on theI.lowinc i
Eleven Hundred-- doUars. which if Northern City, and that his friends were rejoicing October next. will be this office before
last of this We hi w required at ,
page paper. hJ J 1 not paid atVahington must be paid here, at his good fortune ; to say the truth, will be made which will either "
Jy of this mode encouraging the cuthra-1 I J. G. Drake, payment ; be
when tee hare a Treasury. You will probably after the exercise of iom diligfnccve nave .
Washingtdn
in drafts the at
,lion of genius our and 1, on Department
among countrymen i fiiij that a larger number were engaged not been able to find out with certainty, .SVcre/arj. I
ttuit that the ditors : who !laudably step lorvard (.j I than iu the rJcw* York Legislature, why "these canon overcharged with double Pensacola, August 17th, 1827-24-tf or some Atlantic. city, or in Trea-
in this way will receive that encouragement sury Drafts on specie paying Banks to .
:; ivtiere there arc ten times HS many Mem- cracks," were let off at the dead hour of --

their enterprises; merit. A specimen ,j bers. though perhaps not so much Legis- night.: What we know, however, we are sta\1 from t\\& Jailof the Westward.It .
of the Souvenir and of several other
is desirable that each be
proposal
lttion-Van Buren would say vicious not willing to withhold flora the reaaer, although -
interesting valuable periodical publica- i legislation;" it is true we know but hale It j is I this Cit If. sealed in a separate envelope, and murk-
,
tions, may' beseen at our office, where subscriptions I There is another subject worthy of enqui said then, that Mr. Shultz he founder of 4 dN- the night l t Thursday ed "Proposals furnishing: Arm/ Sub.
to either of them will be cheerfully I "
received and attended : ry. In this Tei ritory where we have had so Hamburgh: the stretch of whose intellect 2nd August in: U a Negro .

Premiums.. -To obtain promptly for "the Soiivenir to. -!I many. trust uorthy officers, there is i no necessity aud the fertility of whose genius- every body I fa1" )Man confined as a Run- Geo. Gibson, &j1B'
I for exacting security by law, leavp I allows-has succeeded one of his law hnselfItANSON '
-a portion of choice origin matter" : vay ; calls Com. Gen'l. of Subsistence
'aU "pon honor" It is related of a cele- suits, and that he has become the pui chaser :'Ja
and at the time bestow mite of
same our July 2.-22-16-.
brated Engluhinaii, that he postponed all of Hainbuigh-the said town having.
ciu-oun gement on native talent, we ofier ...
I his cieditors, who had loaned him money, been sold at E.l eficld Court-House, on !J
the following Premiums, to be awarded by untiJ .debts of hor.or" were discharged, Monday last. Whether' this sale will be more I and says that he is the property ot'Jehu the Presilent oi the
committee of
& composed gentlemen positing -I meaning those contracted by slight of hand. ; binding than other sales of the same property Evans of Winchester, Mississippi. Said _ _

competent} literary' qualifications. Your predecessors have acted on this gambling already effected. we are not prepared to negro man i ii about 24 years old, 5 feet Thiite States. -
1. To the iviiter of the bed ORIGINAL
principle and left it to the honor of say, nor can we assert to what extent Mr.S. 7 or 8 inches high, very stout built, is of
TALK, sso. N of law, I. JOB QUINCY
public officers to payor not pay, to embez- has succeeded in his lawsuit-we only i rather a yello* complexion and has a scar : a pursuance
2. To the writer of the best ORIGINAL ADAMS President of the Ui.ited States II
; ,Ie cr account, as they please. Now, if it know, that he has very warm friends in : on hs right thumb. I will give a reward
TOKM: of not more than one 100 or leas of America do hereby declare and make
shall be found that honor is not a sufficient Hambuigh, who if they testified:: their joyat of six dollars, (being what the law of the ,
than 60 lines 3'J. held at
$ sale will be
I for the will it bewell the occasion alltded to known, tnat a public _
security public money not his success on Territory allows, which it is probable .
.
3. To the writer of the best ORIGINALESSY the Land Office at Tufahatsee, IH the Territory
to take some other security. As De- afforded striking proof of the
S20. I certainly a would be increased by.tht owner of Kan- in ?
Aiulters in this are and i of their friendship in the loudness of Florida, on the second Monday -
numerous, the
country strength for
J and all arcessarv expenses,
4. To fhp writer of the best ORIGIN son,) os:1l of the
for the dis.) : .
December
BIOGRAPHICAL; SKKTCII .*-JO. [ Blackstoue says indicatory part of the of their report, for they made apprehension of said \T.gro and his de. next ILII1
: )law should be severe in proportion to the "The kettle to the tiumpets speak Pensacola. lands herein designated, to wit :
in
1 He prizes to be distributed Jan.1, 1828. number of transgressions, would it not Le"en "The trumpets to the cannocier with- I livery to me Townships No. 1 and 2, of range Ko. 6. j

All 'communications intended for ttiff F. S. Chapman, No 1 2 4 5, .
to make a violation of public trust and out ; Townships ;
Ie premiums must be addfeise.1. post pad, to the embezzlement of public money, felony "The cannons to theHcafens, the .Hea.-I, City Constable. and 6, and fractional _

the publisher, arcomnanifd by a sealed where the is interested. & 8 of No. 7. _
particularly Territory Tens to earth. Ptnsacola, August 3rd 1827-24-tf. townships No. 7 Range
site
cont.iiuing the nalne of the writer, Crimes should be punished in proportion On Tuesday nieht there was more music Townshins No. 1. 4, 5, 6.

*hich will in no case I lie opened unless to the lujury they do. A man w ho robsa. and more firing of Cannon-it is said, that TOWN or1OTS M... Gt\TOIaIA. 7, and fractional 1 town-

'hen tle! prize has been. awarded. rich man should not be punished with as I thus Mr. S's return to Hamburgh ou that in the new Town of Magnolia ships'No. Band 9, of Range No. 8. 1

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muck severity, tu he who takes the ctuoibs evening, was greetedImportant. I offered for sale. This place is Township No.1, and .

Thc Postmaster General of the from a beggar. Decision.We jituatt 8 miles from Fort St. Marks on fractional townships 10 '

Suited Siatcst"with hs] family, has returned Aftergiving your minJa jobation, have just Been informed, that the decree the St. Marks' riverand 15 from TalJahaa.hC No. 9,10, and 11, of Range No.9.
Please to makt> the application. The river can be nax iguted to the No. 1 and 2 I
from his visit iu Shultz the Township ,
the of II.
Washington case against
We have seen that your predecessorshave : Town by vessels drawing 8 feet water.
to the ,\'est.L. passed Acts, for the ben it of the .I Bank of the State of Georgia has been pro- The situation is high, dry and healthy ; and fractional torn.shipsNo.11and12: of Range No..10. \

..____ ._ ._ _.__ when he in nounced. The case involved many important -
__ printer, was the Council ; have points of Law But the principal interest i i. has two Sulphur Springs in the vicinity, All situate South of the base line, and
COMMTJ'DlICA'1'ION. regulated the ferriage of a ferryman who : is 200 from the i
which yards
____ __ .. the from the one of only East of the meridian.The .
Ii:! __ .. felt'by complainant arose
: : :: =; was a component part of their body ; have : 1 said to
are
hey
Public possess
Square. to be offered in the
be
For the Pcnsacola Gazette. ciicumstance that a judgement which Townships are
icguluted Attorney's fees, and even giventwo I .
Jonn M'Kinnie great medical qualities.For order ubove beginning with ,
obtained
NO.; Ill.'fo had against was designated, .
(one from each, Plaintiff and Defendant information of Terms &c.
charged by the Bank to be fraudulent and further the lowest number of Section in each-
the Members of the nextLegi1ative ) ia one case ; and have attempted to to J. fi.and N Hamlen, St Marks, of
collusive. We are happy to have it in our apply Lands reserved by law, for the use
give one oftheir own Members a -
monopoly Tallaliassee.
Council. in the bartering lottery tickets. All power to state that after the most horough or to Augustus: Steele, School, or for other purposes, are to be
and elaborate be- St. Marks, 10th Augus.182724tf.N sale. 1
I investigation argument excluded from
:! : ._In this may be according Hoyle : but, when able tribunal this B. A plan of the town of Magnoliamay the I .
U' mv last Epistle to you, such future will fore so enlightened and Given under my hand, at City Wasting -

*4 d something of the glorious: effects ofl you do well attempt, for the sake things of deceacy iu if,you you pass charge is pronounced to be totally without be seen at this office.PE0TXCE.. ton,- this twenty-eighth day of May,A.D.1827. :"

1bolo.otati4ill. We are told in classical a resolution "directing all who are interested I foundation, and that the decree even goesso John Quiiicy Adams.By .,
gy, that Medea's Kettle worked such far as to disclose that there is no circumstance .
to leave the Council chamber Other: the President
-
a -nuige, iy r.uorsion, as to make the in the case which will justify the OS hereby Given to all Persons whatso-
wise those who have "innocent prejudices"against I GEO. GRIIAf.C.mmiliin
(.Id. ,uung11id touch turned every slightest suspicion of the fairness of the ever, that I have this day turned off ,
t1ia: such practices, may consider it o/ the General Land OJtce.Laborer .
; to from bed
uJ.; And we are told too in that transaction. wife Elizabeth Home my
indelicate to 'the least of it and the my
CQ.od sa) I 16-25t.
(1CCrs&ir old Look f not much read by your pre- wicked will pronounce it grossly corrupt, It is also decided in this case that the and Board for causes too scandalous to. -
that unless you be"rcgenera! make known;therefore I forewarn all persons r
and and something must be conceded for the Mortgage, on the Augusta Bridge, Negrors -
born with heron
*'* again, you shall purely die. sake of appearances, in otder that an Omnipotent &c. given by John and Barna M'Kinnie to whatsoever from trading a Wanted

i t1ll' regeneration of officers by law, isn Legislature may be, like Cesar's the Bank of the State Georgia, for $90- my account as 1 am bound to pay none the mechanics employed, for

t (':'ilge Uiuion of modern" rimes ; this U truly wife, unsuspected. Some too may doubt 000 is absolutely null and void f9r $40,000and of her contract, this 30th July, 1827. AS building soon as a wharfat'cbe .Navy Yard

celcnces,: wonder* It hasrmany'what ex- : the policy granting monopolies of any whether it is not also void for the Joab Home.- stall arrive, which i* expected dally I will

; jwst before an election a. I sort, particularly one which will encourage maining $bOOOO reserved for future ce-I 24.-3t. ::
CflteI3nt it have hundred hire 40 able bodied young mea, ofsteady,
thing to n
iS pnd in that honest mode should become tb .
cision if it
Itttocicei When there i is gaming traficing necessary I industrious habits, to work with them &?
alar.e l famil.v.forpRtronage six voters obtaining money. Aud for one of your cide upon it.-But the Court expressed the NOTICE. assistants. They are required to be femiliftr

In II, "hat a tine having to or select eight tho most own body too to become a broker and vender opinion that it will not be necessary, as it with the use of the axe and the augur, and

rol1l1nl'Dt and thing of Lottery tickets, such ill-natured per' will probably appear on a reference before of Administration with the otherwise well qoaKfied for Carpenter

tt'D Judge; and make distribute Uiin a Justicerest or the e- sons as Van Buren (being a Northern man, the Commisioner in Equity (which U or- : LETTERS on the Estate of Jo- laborers. If on trial,they are found to be ..

\ numerous; offices among such and not understanding that our Legislatureare dered) that more than Fifty thousand Dollar SXFH NORIIOA, late ofthe County of Ei- of the above description, they ",rHl meet .

Shtrdf'ur Clerk petty Ma-as as pure as the icicle on tbe North *hays been already paid, and that for cambia deceased having been granted to with constant employment ud receive
those of
jet Or Colonel in; or Militia which Captain, corner of Dian'g Temple") will suppose so mucn of the Mortgage may be rood Mrs Emelia Noriega by the H.n. the liberal compensation, proportioned to their
a
iiti '!Don e the enactments of only erudite ex- that each one was to have a ticket grail, that it has been tatisfied County Court of aid County ; all persons qualification: to be decided by the master

Prtde'-e'lora. And ift rn&A1who your i. a bosI -:. for confer ing this monopoly on brother The Court of Appeals. in its decision also having demands against nid estate are requested workman by whom their labors are directed. -

Cr and (,u1l1,like Cfibor: Molyneux, should Jo ,atban.J Besides, if such monopolies are recognises the principle that copartnerjkipproperty to present the same immediatelyand They will be allowed atf agreed price
W m", -ith to be given to your own Members, it will excite indebted are desired to make themselves(food cloth. ;
; wbo ccll knock down a.id it first liable to the payment cf co- those per day,they finding _

drag oat. threaten to P4IbI opponents instained such competition for your places, that partnership debit. And as we understand payment to log mtdical attendance, & and subject ta ..

a Pit, tnd dray the knife l4Fdy some of you may be turned out, and then there is, and ha been for years, aVout Jn. do la Rua a deduction for all bet time, from waitercrcame I. .
With ) Those who are in, 1 I .
uunall blood' and cut Ift".w. will I $150,000 in litigation in the different it may proceed.
tiCt'L' grin AttornqinfaetforEmelia
"-by this Courts between these parties-!nroliag! Bam'l. R. Overton
"renovating" .
1 sytem, who
be can be And, those are oat, Noriega, ,
to ft* made to''trll&ck full and fair", by will pout. similar;if not tbe very lame, principle, as 4dninsatrgtrix Navy Age:'
cei to hilnlclf, aed four fire inert When other State and I IJu.t governed this decision-there can be no '
Territory
or
:
.. every 2 1.It. [ coIv7tb Aujujt iera
1V JPca ,
-. ItiLt able Fcuw.cols,2StbJuly. I
oliO
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nJ bcD; exerting itself bj .Legislation, to, doubt bu'WJ the Ofi&WD a BmchI I ,

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who 'rHE.IZWORfl f enient expedition, we shall fetrct the
may
.CA1fTO nan BROOKT, !mllRE. or Four from Gentlemen the of the KOOLB.OU, present volume to fifty !numbers ; but to

LU 1, LOSTI Floruit, 1st July, 1-'. SI 31st a wishlf1 retire the Summer months can I 4nd Ladies' Literary Gtudte.i make up for this deficiency we intend '

this! ell) on \\ eUl1es-) .Afternoon WILL receive proposals 'till the Town dung with comfortable boardat i FIFTH VOLUME, to present our reader with an elegancy
accomtodated
October to furnish the Troops be
ensuing engraved vignettt title-page. This .
8th -slant I h0w.ever
Deer Point and
I or on ; I With Splendid Engravings.
of the United State'Army, that are, the Fery-house will be more expensive than to issue
A riFTlT DOLLAR WOTHof :I may bestationed at Cantonment Brooke, hive the privilege of the ferry-boat when EDITED sr GEORGE 1'. MORRIS. I the two additional numbers; but as

: \ the- dank of Damn, Georgia. Any per with comingovir with passengers. u Here shall young genius wing hiaea l le flight, I the advantage will be on the tide of
our
son l..tIn found said note will receive Q.I I IIihr..1 apply at this efficc' from his plumes ol
:E'BJSH 'DEEI' For turns Rich dew-drops shaking : patrons, we feel persuaded: the exchangewill
it John March 1827-2-tf. "
reward delivering. .! to Pensacoa 15th light. their
Jermon E.q. Mayor; of the ( -ity from the 1st!< day of January 1828, to include I the MIRROR Xvill soon complete meet approbation.To .
t the 31st day of December 1828, AS its fourth the editor thus seasonable : those who may wish more fully to
ri toH ,
\I icnj a h Her ii NEW ESTABLISHMENT.The year understand the character of the
be delivered work.
The beef will be required t. himself before his numerous -:I
9u 18.7-23-St.3W presents and to commence their
I'cr.cacola vugust each week subscriptions
the two days in on
to Troops !
_ _ .. and highly respectabe patrons of
the
anew
-- opening VOLOMB.
It (the days to he designated) in such quantities and the public with sentiments of profound perhaps it
\\"OS.\lL\ as shall: be required for their rationson and ofthe obligations I is proper to say, that it is devoted (thoughnot
deep sense
a
"t !'. FEUCC 2, JR, each dB)....,And 1 deem choose it necessary to oflerto to Eagle Tavern respect which, arc i.nposed upon him. OnioiXAL exclusively\IORAL) to the r.us-elther following aubj-cts ficti,
a1,1irzcthoscwho may
To saythat his reward and enceuragement .
For publishing a Literary Journal called contract for the supply, that the beef will AND have far exceeded ha highest expecta tious, or foundt-d on events of real Lif '
be required to be of the best the market of in the United S'fttes of \ erica.
1'IIISOTJVENIR. tions, would he but a faint expression
can afford, and particular attention must I IRA VELLEl REST his for the pleasure of those THE CENSOR-com:? ising a series of
be paid to the butchering thereof as a rigid : feelings; numbers-pathetic satirical), m.ral, hu
THE Subscriber informs the public feelings is immeasurably he-ghtened when
ot it will always be made. murous, &c. denominated the Litt'e Genius.
inspection
I tht1/ he has opened a }house he reviews the name of those who make
KMHELUSHCDVITII to contract, will make: .
Persons offering
I MfPL of Public Enteitainment :n the the great portion of his supporters.To .
in sealed and! delivered up ({KTIEW-of publications, foreign
writing,
p their proposals ordomestic.
Splendid Quarto Engravings.q the I house formerly occupied by Maj. Hall be distinguished with the couutenance .
this
to me at place, stating for that .purpose, fronting the publicsquare and favor of the wise and the \virtuous is
work is intended in a single bid, for which OHIGI.HI.I., ESSATS-on literature,
I11S as an agreeable rate pound morals
per in of
: which he has fitted up a convenient II at all times flattering to the pride any
and instructive companion for they will furnish, and they shail be inforci hist rv, vov.i<.-s, tnveU.rner.naa:
of aflords
for the reception tra. it a
the psu lour, and an appropriate attendant ed of the reception of their; proposals: either -i vellers and manner others. His table .....ihl always man charm; too but great to a young for language man, to express. antiquities, the M,iearts &c.

: at the 1'ii1et-to be issued every | by letter from, or on pl.'rsim:11lpli- I i be supplied with the best which the Every motive, therefore, which springs FiMitK C HAH ACT>.Il-lnd.:1ners.' beauty

Wednesday, commrncingwith The first"Wednesday catioto, me) at Canonmeuttooke, on I market can afTord, and his bar with -the from the strongest impressions of honour drew, and education
I: $ in July next. the day above mentioned. exertion will be not AMKKICI.V 810Ga Pln -or historvca
i best of liquors. No and gratitude, will be called forth,
!No CXtlifl will *'e spared to render JOHN PA{;}:, Licit and sketches ofthe lives 01 Jicti i>-H-us: Of
i wanting on the part of the proprietor, only to preserve, but to improve the cha-
SOUVENIR in all Assl. Co-u'y. Subs both have be:ol\I'
I "THE respects wartltA sexes, as Cec'ujtet
c satisfaction those fostered
render general to racter of kindly ,
publication so
} : the patroi.age of the public, both as a No proposals will be recl'lvt'J! ."h'r the i to with theIr it We have for their heroism, virtue, ibrti Hole, tlil.
I f favor him company. and supported.
so generously
v\ !io I
may
cheap and elegant emporium of useful ::11st ot'Octohc-r, 1827, ents, patriotism, &c.
I well calculated for and shall hereafter
!His stables are a num- unreuuttingly endeavored,
.
I and :interesting rr.tormation. and aa U3- I.; \ H. j&Ju LLiII J, n.x. i .. vcd i"r of horses: -;'nd a good and attentive on with increased zeal, in our LITERARY h LLISENCK-or n<>t'c._'tci'
go
:
ble repository of choice specimens, of, :{ Q 1'tr Brig Hebe, cap: Fo'ger' lhtl.CT will atat t times be at hand. endeavors, to cull from the varied fieldsof new publications.

Miscellaneous: I. tl'rntureo. Stikt attention I[ from New York, and has fasale on Families, or entlemen who may wish I literature, the choicest and most fragrant TUB URAMX-comprising strictur. tio tnl
udl) hr be>tn\ c-d I on the moral! ten- ) viz the New-York
Consignment, the following articles, : stage.
with humble
accommodated :
can be private a- flowers, as just, though
t1t'IJCf- E SOUVENIIi, and a COIl- I 86 Bales: Hay, of the first quality, prtments. GEt FISHER.I I tribute to our fair readers. i iThe U ESULTOBT SEIECTIOXS-with :; :" .

; a'.antvntchtulness: pres-ncd: over the 50 Bo\es: Culer:, Dec. U--1--tf been : sional remarks.
Tallahassee, regior.s of fancy nave explored -
I r f care and interests of virtue. i 25 do. Porter, ANECDOTES-humorous, literary 1 hb';:'.
and will continue to be .
explored by
: A portion of the contents will be a!; oO( peices smoked Reef-one half for rica', &c.P.tssIN:
ingenious and highly valued corres-
I foli'JWS :)uu i'g and o,ie htlftr shaving.K01VCE 'rr .lKEN1 r EVENTS OF THE WEEK.
:1 TALKS: original: and selected ; :ESSAYS l'eistrola.; ,1:111! <' ..':lh. 'Q27 -.V" r. pondi-nts. At the same time numerous POETRY-orguui and selected ;
t nMral humorous and bciennh'c L the twenty-seventh historical fads, of an interesting nature
:
t ; ; 0N Together with mar.y other miscellaneous -
I 1'UK'IKY, original and si-'ected from the < I& I of June, 1827. i.nd have enriched our pag,"s ; and many o. subjects, which it would be Unnecessary -
tci'Cfflttultted to the Jail of thers are in which will successively
preparation
and
A'nericau
be* I'ortign publications; IfS hereby to tlv owners of pri now to enumerate.
given
I 7)f I this a Negro man ; embodied in the fairest
ii.KAPIHCAL; SKincilLS of distill- 1& ate land claims inV est Florida, % City, appear
p. jui; .hed persons, male aIJ(1JZ(1e. particulurly 1 i that deputy ,have heen instructed :Jls/ : him lfRANSON colours of tIU'hand elegance.. The lyre, CONDITIONS: ,

the :taUciMX: : DOTES, Bon surveyors and I too, 1-1 all1Iot: numberless instances. baa THE MIRROR published every :Saturday: ,
and time
; will! atte\1<:,atthe places
!
I JlfdMf? A'f- The ortgihul matter ne- below stated.for the of surveying I been struck by the fire genius, with so for the proprietor, by Daniel Fanshaw. at

t c ,"- irj'frr'hi'"* departmep't. : of our piper such of s.ul claims purpose may lie in each respective and says that he belongs to Jehu Evans: much rflect and sweetness, as to melt and the American Tract Society House, No, 87
Nassau-street. is the
It
I Wil'! oe lUrnished by ndivi
!. t s,dv.ntngfci: '>' known to the public! the provisions cf"An act to provide for negro is about 24 yeurj old, 5 feet 7 or 8 kuow nut in what terms to express our quarto form, on fine paper, with a burgeois

turoug" the me.!iuin of their Liteitiry prouiicttuiir the confirmation and settlement private inches high, very stout built is ot rathera acknowledgements. The chief recompense type.

J ; ht sides the} numerous CC'TCS- land claims in East! Florida and for other yellow complection and has a scar on which they can expect, must arise Fifty-two numbers complete a volume of
be to from a consciousness ofhaving eminentlyaided four hundredii sixteen royal quarto p. gP8,
poiiu'iitsvhoinay expected coii- purpoes. jvassed 8th Feb. 1827, viz. his right; thumb. I
tr.btrr.: Jamen \V. Exum, Alabama: will attend foster chapman in the dissemination of chaste and i for which an ELEGANT ZHGRAVED VIGNETTE
,
I irr.t-PAfiE. and a copious index, is given..
: useful instruction clothed in f
I II! \f1SCiLI1ANi.-Intercng items nt Pensacola from the loth: to the 30th Constable. language t>
cf mt<< Ihgt-i'Ce, 1 foreign and domestic: oc- June. District South of the Kasis Parallel : City unusual uracc and beauty, and in rehning The terms are FOUR DOLLALS per anumtTAYABtE

curlvnc' ? ( ('ath.., martiages. &c. 1 : and) ,\ est between Choctawhatchietnd ( Pensacola 28th--June- .- ,--1327-17--tf- __ and improving tne moral character of our IN ADVANCE.

t III. GnA.pThr; jrst nup- Perdido I livers.Uenjanin country. It is forwarded by the earliest mailJ!(urlel s

bt-rol r\eiy month, will he emhvllisluditl. J. : Clementn, ofTen will attend t\\l This sthe. great; aim of all Literary pu}>ii- otnerAise directed) to all subscribers residing -

'\\ 1. a stilfinhd quarto 'Oi'i'EK-i'LA\ i I': : nt<< Pei'McoU: from the 5th to the 10th August 9.Jn '. JG !! c.itions anti in this we solace: ourselves beyond the city of New-Y crk.

};. l;WING; fitted to the :a zc ot the lilstnct North ofthe IJasis Parallel% ) ; in, the uelu-f that: o-r efforts have not New York February, 1827.
I .. .
f \\oik, aiiiong which will be tit:;r followmgjfilhamhra. and between theChociawhatchie- Es- ... ben useless or unavailing. We have Subscriptions received at this office.
and Nurseries, Long: island, ut-ur New .
$ Ancientf Man scannedwith szrupnlous care the various
cambia Hive :
\ 3Jno.
York-WILLIAM PIUNC1Proprietor.. i J'U3T :R O..zz 'Qf
I of theKings ; Mountain will : productions that rec.iye.l.j'rrn, andpressure" .
PoahCf' Hurtling I{. Dont.!son of Ten., attendat -The ('a' for 1827. of this
new :.alogues,
AVD FOR
f SALE:
Ml.orihh in one of the sevenAumd Pensacola, from! the 5th to the 10th; of I in the columns of the t.i ror,in

.p I I Hp.4ln. rs of DKU- Ang-.rst. District: North of the Basis P establishment may be obtained, are gruiis just, from published Messrs., and T.I order that nothing might find its way I At the Pensacola Bookstore,

View (.r the I'erniiintrt puLy.t elh-l and West of the Kscambia (liver. and J. Swords, 99 Pearl! street, and pCI'.1 I thce that would ott'end against delicacy a complete and /general assortment of

ridge Grotto of Oselles, The following sections of the act above sons at distance, who may desire it, by and we feel confident that few sentiments
oxer the: Sc1lU} 1 1- "lemple! ,;f Huto.I'oj.t alluded to are publisheu' for the information have ever been seen which were calculated
dropping; a line to the proprietor to that I QUILLSornQ
kill. Du Gaiii near of those concerned, to "raise a blush on the-cheek of raode.st -
efTect, will have it instantly sent to them "
JlHna: from the Kiames:; :, Lauguedoc. Sec. 7 Ar.A i/t il/nrUicr exacted, That:; I II also be obtained >.
I Gardens of the I the keepers r.l public Archives of East I II from freeofchcsrre.the various ltmay in section With. view render the Mirror still ot them of ve''y s>i-'rior quality.

.I UT Prince of 'Uisca- ; ..:.urt'fs ascent of :I and V'i est Florida! shall I mrnis'i, to tiltSurveyor :i of the Union. Tt agents;s establishment every whicU i nore acceptable and valuable we pur- (Ej'Wanted a qunruitv of Geese', Eagles' .

'Mont lilanc. : ; on the commencement of the fifth and Swans' *"t'1
ra.View of Public land: in f Honda.wilh- was commenced about the middle of the pose ;SPensacola.
uf St. Peti. CaticHl near 0)"- : out delay: a description of each claim lo.. last century, and liakept constantly in1creasing i lear, and to continue it with each .returning 1st Mavc'i 1825

.. s.Lur.jh snt s. l.uijhiiA.} !laud, wl-ul h shall have ht en confirmed, : e\vr since, i is by far the most extcnsvu quarter, to accompany it with a

\rch ;tnd Ferry, Dvscitofthe Grand :I \victi! : shall;: spicit.iidesignate: the! quant.y I in the Union ; and, in addition to SPLENDID flNGflAVZNGexecuted ?ost-0 \iee 11'.>tir s.

.. [' liddphb.! Ch.rtrc"wot. I I locality, add connexion: of ouch : tiu! : irninenia acquisitions of former in the finest style of which the.. Citizens of Pens.icobare resnec: ?*

: Pnclete, founded E't Prospect cfGiant's I j I cnn!: tlHI'h '!'c the co.iurmation may.1 ve-ivs, the new Catalogue contains above state ofthe art in this country will admit. The requested to take n ':ce t'lt
f m A be lard.GiHiii's t. C.i'JseW. HMe been rnude on a grant or stir. ey, aropy I in I the ice will be '.-' .-
j'/U) nt'u vuri tifK of Frmti>, never oflered It is intended to present, succession, Post O umfor.nly '
Cai"!cvay I ;.} I of UK- coulees: aiul distance: : contuiiKd -' :l.f.l'c to tie: public, .nd IIOt in posbess""on : the most: acci.racview3 of our PRINCIPAL on Sunday at 5 o'clock 1*. '1 ; ,! Id.
k IJru'igc; ol Uri.don. Cu-'Jc. of Segovia, in sc'i;; ; r.int or !survey nnd the I I the Kte- ",
i ; cf; any other establishment: in America. PUKUC IOIFICES, f followed bycerrect historical Mail should be delayed >tri

j I iun. ihte of thc iiirvr} or t..rant! ; an-.l it sli.dl! The( collection now offered to the descriptions, so as to preserve a the usual hour of arrival; in v-htch ".. .'v

5.4'.- Prison, AuIMJVII. L,KV. cf Killarnevti be tIp iluiy of the bur\fVur of[ the public; pul'.lic l is a> follows : 172 varieties of Apples -I I knowledge of the.pe 'I0(1 of their foundation the Office will be kept open at k,-..t cn

.p .N iix' York. ti 'ii KenmurcsrnKt lands iriurul.i; to C. a'3t, unl.-r sucn ir.structirns ; ((2 of Pears ; 76 of Cherries : l.D;? i of the uses to which they are applied ; [ hour. The Mail although noit: -IT.til .-
L 111:1: .. 1"11' I
F21t\ jk. 1 ; as he may receive trom theTivaiitn of flums 25'' ot t Apriccls ; 84 of PeachJJ !!- and of sxicU otr.er circumstances 4 o'clock P. M., usually armvs s'-:o-.
I:> h ,,\,} \uil thus br furni'litii.se.Ti.tfjn Dcpuitment: the s-iid cia rr-s o'clock "' t it
h'l I .-> ; :! of Nectaunes ; 100 fit Almonds ; connected with them. as may be worthy enough to he opened by 3 -
I 't6! \" \\ 3tu superior Coj.per- :jtr bur\\e\. ..d?, xi.id! cosiiiccluil! witu tiltTowiishi I I 14 Mulbernt's! ; 6if Quinces ; 16 of. preservation. Occasional l VIEWS will I the Office is usually open tw'0.; .
i"At.: EnI.TI':".'?.* .-, ti! .- pncof wl!'ich if ;> hi.i-s: nf the pi.Mic hiirvc-ys, t
; : < the The
f'1r;s ; 16 Currants ; 15 Raspberries ; a! -o bf given, n some of bold ctnc :I Post Master therefore reques :. !i :t;
; 4 'UF'Jt..1 ;'t'.jily! wouM! u.'jr*' than doii- uHi to j v.i\C to them thc-ir town. I'
pr-ipe-r
47 of Gooseberries! ; 20 of Strawheniea ; magnificent scenery with which our fa. I these who wish to enquire for h ttt''n
tlt. t\ .... ('...t ct 'lieI (" 1111 \\ ,!i' 'slip and sect'onal 1 nuiiibers,
.pll \
agrt-eu- 19 Walnuts;, Che' nut!<*, and -Filberts ; voured country abo nJ9. A few of the : th day, will send or call before 5o'th.:
IV. 1111.t 1 l\Jl:.LThi :. 'Ulion to the lily] to Kiich: dc-sciiplions: and he shall 10 of Medlats, Per immon and Papaws ; striking feature, whi )ti are so conspicuous i and that he may be enabled to close ...

u.siu! I..'.. r..!'\' / I\U..r o'ltained! in siirKr /:- make separate plots and certificates of 15 of Barberries and Wliortle berries; HUDSON'S RIVER, will be comprise: Office at that time.

pb-ic.iii';"s, P'oprictor has oom- I survey of the same, one ofwhich shall be 25f of Grapes, comprising finest wine in this part of our plan: with the best description The Pest Office is open on other day,

VU't-d .tll avi ";i t m-nt b\ which he will returned to the office of the Register of and table Grapes of France,'Italy, Gerraa- that can be given of them. i from breakfast time until dark; except

TJ" ."\< .1\.d' to furn.sh coriect dehcrip.Ji : I the Land Office for the District in which ny and the Crimea, and are.priced at from Nothing more clearly marks the litera- I I from 1 to 30'clockand during the. time

., "'> tf prevailing fushioi"., both for- the land may lie, Sand the other shall be 37 cents to $1 t..a.ch.-they are also offer- '-ryan.I moral character of a people than opening' closing the Mail.
; .;i :1'1tWl <(< stic, ilitisi) rated with ele.e delivered the claimant. But it shall .
c'j i. to
ed in assortments of one dozen each, $8 I the encouragement given to well conducted VV Hasell Hunt P M.
puiti.\.gT'\l: .ht". bedes! l the regular se 1 be the duty of the surveyor to withhold ,
and
for the first, $6 formhe( second $4$ I periodical publications ; more es. -- -
: ll.-, ';nc in each quarter! ; places ol his certificate, if he shall have reason to for the third assortment, and they will be I pecially if they'carry in their train a .por THEPflxL&ELPix
fashi! r.ibie! nsort sketches of life I believe that the! lands claimed other
manlins
I : are selected to suit any climate from Maine.. tion of the FINE ARTS. 'Until within a few : 4. A,1i2t1M'
Jv.- &c. at the ear.ieft p(>s'ibIe period jands than those intended to be con tqGeo1'g'il. The collection of ornamental -1:years almost all attempts of this kind ,
And Ladies
:*. :1 fron the n>o.-t authentic sources. firmed, or if it shall appear that the 'sur. consists of have failed in But Great Literary Gazelle,
Trees, Shruba.and Plants cur country.
F which of 530-J
V. FkItO1! 'S di-parlment ; Notices ot vey, under whidi the land is claimed, hasbeen 1053 species, and of Roses 500 most Britain abounds with such works, many ..11wuich ( ) printed upwards EmDv.-llish: cons witllengravings. arc
pacing 4.v I. Fits ; "I I'lL' Drama ; N 'W Publications : made subsequent to the date of the 70 of Chinese exhibit the weekly,
splendid yarieties, including highest displays of extruvagance -
Tnis work, e.ilagged! to a
; Criticisms; ; Kevieus, s.c. &,c."THESOrVKMi survey under which the claim "was con- : House and
Rose Tfte Green splendour
monthly .
firmed. Royal Quarto, will be conducted heraifter
'TZZtS. department consists of more than 20,000 The rapi-4 growth of the Mirror, and follows
as
;
Sec. 12. Avlle further enacted, That Plants, and contains all the most beautiful -the distinguished character of its patrons
I : !:," w'.llbe;! published the holders: claims' over thr "e thousand and interesting! species known. have led to the conviction, that embellishing cal 1.Sketches THE LITJHAKT TOILET.Cor.viTtion-Bioprnphi-:

el'I'EDSL H\' on extra meJiumfje five hundred acres, which have been filed it in t/is :-Manners, ,
t New York, March 20.ILt1L1.ICIA.N way proposed, without should
Fashion and such other
S white paper: ; printed with new and \\ith the_ coinmU-Muiers: ; or with the KejpMerand making any additional charge for toe ex claim attention in Gazette subjects as devoted

c1- ant typr, and decorated, iiiaddidon Receiver of the I.Aiid Office X'ARM.R.: penses tnat may be incurred by it, will no t a especially editorial .

.I to the engravings alluded! to aboveiiih! fur West Florida! : acting us Commissioners : We wish: that every tuend ot this be only altogether unacceptable those diction to of the Mrs.Ladies Harriet; under Muzzy the recently of

'. many E'libelhsim.ents. Kach: dumber for :adjudicating claims, or of journal should understand! and that tlu y who are its present friends, but will be New-York and authoress
i
ofmanyliter-"ry
; vill comprise eight pi-: es, cut, stitched claims which have been filed with the i would have the kindness to make it the meajH recommending it to further uf merit.

"I and} expiv&sly aiiapted for biiunng. At I Co'nuNiv ioiicrs adjudicating clu'iin: to : known, that .t{) any one who will procure patronage, as to make the burden of expense productions 2. Tff LITKHAUT high: WoHtn.-Original
3 the eviration of evciy y ear, or the el03t. land in East Florida or which, under the I ftur subscribers remit on their comparatively light. Should the scientific
Reviews and
of\oiump, snbsrrioers: viJl be furnish provisions; ufthij'act) may be filed with fiftn of Critical Literary,
account g20, we will send a copy weight however, prove disproportiouecU notices of all home or
new productions at
I cd! ra/ii with a gt-neral index of the the Register and Receiver of the Land I
contents -
the Americ-in Farmer without charge-or, > the income, the loss will t fall exclusively abroad under the editorial diction of the
: ald a handsomeiy. engruved title Office for LasFLrid l. and which claims I t
will subscribers ourselves.
who ,
,
any one procure Jive on Editor of the late .America Monthly Magazine
page.: have not been reported( against by said will be allowed to retain 5 on his remitting I The typographical execution of our and author 'o-' ** l'heVildernC: 9,"

; Price subscription S3 50 per annum I Commissioners, or by thf Register: and the remaining $20.V e beg also gazette has thus far been such as, i in our O'Halloran, &c. &c.
,
]iyablc in advance. 1'ostmastersand j I Iteceiver, thaI! caueeiiu! ame to be so to repeat, that all u Inch is necessary I opinion, to warrant a comparison with
o.lier: out of the City, live connected with the Township lines of tlia : 3. The News ofth'/! Week Foreign arrivals -
procurr.g I to be .tone by any Rne, wishing to subscribe any other periodical hi the Union. In -
subscribers and becoming responiihu-:! nubile Surveys, and shall f rnisi to the! and Clearances, '\ Ba.it Note Table
IS to enclose a five dollar note by this,as well as in every other respect,
,. tlupu) tr.t'iitvill be entitled to a sixth Surveyor of the public LarxU: in Florida: mail, at themJb of andaddressedto the flattering encomiums have been bestowed Prices Current, The Drama, Fine Arts,
CO.j Culture ofPlants and Ylovers, Poet-
frHt'H7, such information as will enable him to The
JiX Editor if.imerican Farmer,Baltimore upon it even by foreign journals. But I all
Ttic Copper-Plate.embellishments will'I exhibit accurately, the said claims on his -and whether the money be received or it is our fixed determination not to be excelled I ry, Anecdo.tes, &c. Thus co.nbming

bf bapeniiicnded bv the Publisher and township plats, and theJnd thus claim. not, the paper wilt be forwarded imme by any other publication in anyway the properties and advantages of a IITIR-

tl.c typographical: part of the work wi.l ed shall be reserved trom sale ; Provided -I diately, and the actual receipt of each whatever. Arrangements are therefore ART oazETTE with those ofan enlertain.ngFAMILY !

; be under the exclusive direction of the information required to enable number of the volume will be guarantied making to issue thejifth volume in a man- WEWSPAPEB

Mcrs Atkir.sou and Alexander, who I the Surveyor to exhibit them on his township by the Editor ner altogether superior to any of the preceding 4. ENORAVIITOS.-List ofYieuzl&c-t.

have been so longkr.ownto the public asS I plats, shall have been furnished to volumes. And as regards the literary Washington's Sepulchre at Mount Venion

able and rn'cr.jnsiog' artisans, that it is htm within one year after the lines of the The American Farmer j is published department, we have to add, that number -2. The House in which Franklin waahorn.

: S entird}- unncwt-s..ary to say that so t far as Township, within which such claims may weekly, by J. S. Skinner, Postmaster of of individuals, distinguished for their .-:3. The Highlands from West Poipt

th.- :Lre coacerned :11t'rc.can be no lie, shall have been run ; or, where the I Baltimore, printed on fine paper the size talents: and learning, have pledged them- -4. City Hall, New York.-5. Harp r'8

doubt} ** to the elegance of its execution, Township lines have already been runnthUi ordinary newspapers, folded so as to selves to use their utmost efforts to sustain -! Ferry Virginia.-6. The Capitol at Wash

;nd with rt'g.ir1 to ins own share ot' tharrangementsthe ': \ one year from the passage of this I make 8 pages ; about one half, or four the character and reputation of the ington.-7. The Falls ofNiagara-8. Bunker

I Puolislier bindiimself act. pages, devoted to practical Agriculture ; work. Hill Monument-9. Caatle. Garden.

t in case he should fail to perform any cs.tential Communications relating to these Surveys the reminder to Internal Improvements, Finding the present form of the Mirror New York.-10.. Residence of Joseph

part of his undertaking1 refund made: to the deputies respectively Rural aid Domestic Economy, selections better calculated to answer all the purpo- Bonaparte near Philadelphia. flIp

: at Pensacola, will receive for housekeepers and female readers taut View of Philadelphia.. Galleryof
ot
the price subscription.Ajjenti post paid, pro se.s intended by it, than any other ; and of
I! will shortly be appointed in per attenh n"and to enable the Surveyors and Natural History and Uurai Sports.A as tIle ENGRAVINGS, from that circumstance Portraits; containing} Likenesses

t i. c.cllt parts of the United States, until to complete the duties as early as minute index and title page to tbe will be rendered much more valuable distinguished individuals, viz : Sir WaltC'Scott
'
whicH tune subscriptions will be receivedI practicable, it i is expected that the claim. whole volume is published, and forward. and beautiful than they otherwise Shakespeare Hannah Moore, Mrs. .

;I PHILIP PK1CE, Jr. No. 66 Lombard ants will place them in possession ofthe ed with the last number of each volume. could be, we shall be caieful to preservethe Radcliffe, Mrs Ojjie, Robert Emmet, Mrs.

I I Street. Philadelphia, to whom all orders evidence of title without delay. A single number will be sent to anyone original shape .and size of the publication. Hemans,and others,

: will be addressed i post paid.-And also Robert Butler who may desire to see a specimen of the 1h\i\ popular work, devoted especiallyto

.S a by JUDAH DOBSOiN, 108 Chesnut street; Surveyor Gen. T. Florida., publication.To It is scarcely necessary to remark, that, the Ladies. and through them to thiCcause

': at the Office of the SATURDAY EVE- Tallahassee 6th June 18ii7 16-4t. all Editors who will give the above taking into view the appearance and' of virtue, knowledge and amusement .
-
KING POST, No. 112 Chesnul street, two one or two insertions we shall feel much character ot'the paper there has never be; coqtains a rich fund of mUc lUncous.

doors below the Post Office. For rsale lcrw, indebted,and will gladly reciprocate their fore been produced in this country a workat literature, and is beautifully printed
wr
Subscribers are requested not 'to payn p1IE-House and Lot situated J kindness once so reasonable, and so much within m an elegamquarto form expressly -
monies "unless ued by the Farmer circulated the reaeh'or who be binding ; Eight pagts are published er ew
> acccmp I in the Public Square, the P.S. The American is every person may of -
receipt of the Publisher, or tke Agents- property: of the Utc Col. Wm. thrwigh every State and Territory, and is disposed to possess it. week, making yearly volume! I.ifCMII upwards

.: : .Philadelphia, June 20tb 1827. Kinr.-fOl terms apply *o ,*.. written for by many .of the .roost,distinguuhcd -j As we feel solicitous to enter upon the of 400 pages, at Two.Dollar.aQV accf ;

: W. ILutU Hunt Afet, Pcmaeolcr..J j tH.. NISBET practical fcimcri in tho Uaicu. proposed TrtttTarfangem&nf with all con i per 4onuBi payable

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