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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 24, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
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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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VOL. IV. (Prineipia,non homintt.) PKNSACOI.FRIn.tY, AUGUST 24th, 1827. (Open to all parties inAuencedby- --. none.) 'io. 25YVjCKKLY '

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'VBLIUUD BY t 1 1VI. r the place I hold in the councils of the j, George Kremer I instantly demand- that, I do most heartily and sincerely The distinguished member of Congress ,

H.A SELL STINT, nation, and directly appeal to the suffrages ; ed from the House of Representativesan rejoice that it has made its appearance wio! bore} :the alleged overture

SOLE EDITOR AID PROPRIETOR; of my late constituents, as a investigation. A Committee was But it is reluctance, excited by Gentnl ,
according fo Jackson
P :lisherojthe Laws of ht United Statti. candidate for re-election if I did not the the of pre-
accordingly on 5th day of February feelings respect which I would sented Ii'itfeelf with diplomatic circumspection .

aJlSCIUPTIO.f-Year g5 know that my foes are of that class 1825, appointed in the rare anxiously have cultivated towards its }lest he should wound the ,

Half year 3 whom one rising from the dead could I mode of balloting by the House instead author. He has, however, by that .
Quarter year 1 50 very great sensibility of the General.He .
Subscription payable in advance. not convince, whom nothing can si- I of a selection by the Speaks letter created such relations between avers that the communication i .

ADTtRTisiifO. Every advertisement |'j I le nee,& who wage a war of extermina i t It was composed of some of the us, that, in any language which I may was intended with the most friendly '1

.' pIne width of our column and measuiing i ipo I tion. On the issue of such an appeal, leading members of the body, not one employ in examining its contents, I motives "that he come as a friend,"
*innre than h'dye lines of this type,first would redouble their abuse ofme feel
they bound .
dollar, each continutnre ; of whom was my political friend in myself by no other obligations and that he hoped, however it mightbe
in received
fifty cents; longer and wider ones at canvass. there wo'.iM bo no alte-
me same rate. Rule and figure work, common to us both. Although Mr. Kremer in addressing to public decorum, and to myself. ration in the friendly feelings between

double puce for the first insertion Ad- They have compelled me so oftento the House, had declared his willingness The first consideration which must, them. The General graciously condescends -

u scoordinjr Moments, to will the nature be tastefully of them,displayed and will, be the theme of my addresses to to bring: forward his proofs, and. on the perusal of the letter, force itself to receive the communication ;

l lf mr; =-urcrl hy matter o f this size type. the People, that I should have willingly his readiness to abide the issue of, upon every reflecting mind is that and, in consideration of the high

When inserted at inteivals, (that is, not inserted I i abstained, on this festive occasion : which arises out of tho delicate posture standing of the distinguished member,
week, from the first to the coonrefs:! in which Gen. Jackson stands before
every I. from any allusion to this subject I and of his having always been a pro
itt insertion) each insertion will be charge but for a new and imposin form :1 to take refuse in a miserable subter- i the American public. He is a fessed friend, he is promised impunity -
: as a new advertisement.-Aurrnrnts for .
advertising payable always! on demand. : which the calumny against me has recently fuge. Qf all possible periods, that candidate for the Presidency avowed and assured that there shall be no

Jj' Liberal contracts will be made with assumed. I am again put on my was the most fitting to substantiate and proclaimed. He has no competitor change of amicable ties. Afterall these

the who" wish to advertise by the year. defence, not against any new charge, I the charge, if it was true. Every circumstance at present and there is no probability necessary preliminaries are arranged

I/* ( oroinunications directed t,> W. nor by any new adversary, but of the was then fresh ; the witnesses of his having, any, but one. The | between the high negotiating powers.
H{well Hunt, Post Master, Pensacovla, will
tcdulf attended to old charges clad iu a new dress, and all living and present ; the charges which he has allowed himselfto the envoy proceeds ; "He had been

.,.,-.. r exhibited hy an open and undisguised election not yet complete; and there- be the organ of communicating to informed by the friends of Mr Clay,
POLITIU4%. enemy. The fictitious namesh.ive fore the imputed corrupt bargain not the very public who is to decide the that the friends of Mr. Adams had

.- : been stricken from the foot of fulfilled All these powerful considerations question of the Presidency, though made overtures to themsay.. if Mr.

lIL CLAY'S SPEECH, the indictmflnt+ and that of a known had no weight with the conspirators directly aimed at me, necessarily implicate Clay and his friends would unite 0 in
JT 1Ur. II1;SER MAR: LEXINGTON-JULY 12. and their his only competitor. tIre aid of
and substantial prosecutor has been accessaries, and : the election of Mr. Ahns, :Mr.
Undaunted | they shrunk from Adams and myself are both guilty, or should be
The following Toast was the.fourth voluntarily offered. by i meanly even an Clay Secretary; Satc'lDd
iu order of the regular toasts : the formidable name of that prosecutor attempt to prove their charge, for the we are both innocent, of the imputed : the friends of Adams; were urg

Our distinguished Guest, HENRY I will avail myself, with your indulgence best of all possible reasons-because, a arrangement between us. His innocence ing, as a reason to iiiritice the friends

('I.\Y.-The furnace of }persecutionnpv of this fit opportunity of free being false and fabricated they could is absolutely irreconcilable; of Mr. OHy to accede to their pro-
and unreserved with adduce which with my guilt. If General Jackson, position tint if I
br heated seven times hotter and intercourse you, no proof was not false was elected President
: times more he will :I as a large number of my late constituents and fabricated. therefore, can establish my guilt, and, Mr.: Adams would be ron.:mled
seven r :y come
out t unscathed by the fire of to make some observations on During two Ya:irs and a half which by inference, or by insinuation, that Secretary of S;-;iC, (muen! \). there

I'-irii'y::;: ,brighter to all and dearer ma-I the past and present state of the have now intervened, a portion of the of his sole riv-dl, he will have removed ivonM bo no room.: tor Kentucky1))

friends: while his enemies shall sink question. When evidence; shall be press devoted to the cause of Gen. a O great obstacle to the consummationof [Is this ';en. -ackson's inuenioor that

wih: the dross of their own vile mater produced, as I have now a clear rightto Jackson has been teeming with the the object of his ambition. Andif of the d'tin.uis.ed. uuniber oi Congress -

;,i..ls.' demand, in support of the accusation vilest calumnies against me, and the he can, at the same time, nnke: out ?1] "That tho friends of Mr.

Mr. CLAV, after tho above Toast it will be the proper time for me charge, under every cam. eleon form, his own purity of conduct, and impress Clay stated the W st does not want to

hid been read addressed the to take such notice of it as its nature has been a thousand times repeated.Up the American people with the belief separate from the West, and ifs would
,
a: t 1111.OJir.. ., \\. :- company may require. to this time I have in vain invited that his purity and integrity alone, I say, or permit any of my confidential,

rcs'ulcnt, friends and fellow In February, 1825, it was my duty investigation,and demanded evidence. prevented his success: before the friends to say ih-f? in case I eras elected -
House his .
claims
citizrns : as the Representative of this District, None, not a particle, Ins been ad- Representatives, President>,> Mr. Atl'ims ;iould! not

I it<'g permission to offer ray hearty to vote for one of tire three candi- duced. will become absolu'cly irresistible.i be continued Secretary of Srate, L-y a

ilruiks: and to make my respectful dates for the presidency, who were The extraordinary ground has been Were there ever more !powerful motives complete union of Mr. Clay and his

taken, that the accusers not to propagate,-was: there ever friends, they would an end to the
ulfdiements:: for the affectionate returned to the House of Representatives. were put
r":vptioti! which has been given me du- It has been established, and bound to establish by proof the guilt greater interest at all hazards, to prove j 1 1! Presidential contest in one hour ; and
of their designated victim. In civilized the truth of those charges 1 I I he was of opinion it was right to fight
visit can be further that before a -
r u,; :ut. present to ray old ConC proved, ,
'ss iOiial district, and for this hospitable i I left this State the preceding fall, Icoaimmvcalwl i Christian and free community, I state the case, I hope, fairly* ; I :,I uch intriguers with their own woi-
the mean to state it fairly and fearlesslyIf \pon Ta which.trwi
-nid honorable testimony of your I to v nl gentltw; *; monstrous;; principle has been as- l > General. states -

(,tcem and confidence. Aud I thank .of the highest respectabilitymy; frx ,*i sunifti, that accusation :1n..Hj"i: cton position be one which exposes I himself to have replied substance,
General Jackson unfavorable
you especially for the friendly senti- :determination not to vote for General are synonymous ; and that the persons to suspicions "that in politics, as in every thing

uifr.ts and feelings: expressed in the Jackson. The friends of Mr. Craw- who deiberately! bring forward it must be borne in mind that else, my guide was principle, and

toast which you have just done me ford asserted to the last, that the situation au attrocious charge are exempted I he has voluntarily taken it, and he : contrary to the expressed and unbias

the honor to drink. I always had the I of his health was such as to from all obligation to substantiate it I must abide the consequences. I am II r sed will of the people or their coosti- Y

happiness of knowing that I enjoyed, I enable him to administer the duties And the pretext is, that the crime, he- acting: on the defensive, and it is ho lute*] agents I never would step :into

jn a high degree, the attachment of of the office. I thought otherwise, iug of a political nature, is shrouded who assails me, and who has called !! the Presidential chair, and requited

that: portion. of my fellow-citizens I after I reached Washington City,and darkness, and incapable of being substantiated forth, by the eternal laws of self- protection him to say to Mr. Clay and bis friends, :;

whom I formerly represented: ; but I I visited him to satisfy myself; and But is there any real difference the right to use all legitimate I (for I. did suppose he had come from ;'
V of self defence.
should never have been sensible of thought that physical .impediment, if in this respect, between political means Mr. Clay, although he used the terms
General Jackson has shown
in his
the strength and ardour of their affection there we're no other objections, ought and other offences f Do not all Mr. Clay's friends,) that before I
l letter that he is not from tIle'
exempt 1 ;
would reach the Presidential chair
,except for the extraordinary cha I to prevent his election. Although peipetrators of crime endeavor to conceal : by.
influence of that bias towards one'sown
racter of the times. For near two I the Delegations from four States voted their guilt and to elude detection.If i j such means of bargain and corruption
!
which is
years and a half I have been assailed for him, and his pretensions were the accuser of a political offenceis interests unfortunately I would see the earth open and
the too common lot of human nature. f swallow both Mr. and his friends
wuli a rancor and bitterness which zealously pressed to the very last moment absolved from the duty of supporting Clay
It is his interest to make out lint he : them."
have few examples. I have foundi it has been of late asserted, i his accusation, every other accuser and myself with Now all

) ysrlf the particular object of concerted and I believe by some of the very of offences stands equally ab- is a person of spotless innocence and! I these professions ate; very fine, and -_
of unsullied: and to establish
integrity,
admirable : But its
and concentrated who then solved. Such a principle practically display purity.
abuse ; and | persons warmly espoused ,
I bv direct charge, or. by inference -
otheis l his that his carried into { subvert necessary sublimity would be somewhat moro
society
thrusting themselves between j cause, incompetency was wuu
the of those :
you and me, have dared to arraign I' so palpable' as clearly to limit the all harmony, peace and tranquility. want qualities impressive, if some person other than
in his rival. Accordingly, we find Gen. Jackson had it. He
proclaimed
isif for treachery to your choice to two of the three returned None-no age, nor s-= x, nor profession -
intcrests.-I throughout the letter, a labored attempt -
Bill my former candidates. In my view of my duty, nor calling, would be safe against: I to set fonh! his own immaculate would go into the Presidenti-il chair
ed the i there its baleful & influence but never, iu, never contrary to
calumnies
by which have been was no alternative but that overwhelming .
purity in striking, contrast with the "the and unbiassed will of '
so perseveringly which I It would amount to universal license expressed
cii, culated to I embraced. That I had some an -
my which i is attributed
prejudice, have stood by me with a objections to ,'\Ir. Adams, I am ready to universal calumny.No corruption thers.Ve would imagine from to his o- the people" } or their consihtned a- .. .

p'Herous! constancy and a noble magnjihrnry. I. freely to admit ; but these did not one has ever contended, tint i gent: : two modfs of arriving at it ::,
he seldom
letter that touches
The measure of their re-I weigh a feather in comparison with the proof should be exclusively' that The very Telegraph is m,1iled l-a I the: more rertsonlbIH: :is there h'ip- :. ,
;rd and the and insurmountable of eyeI'itne from their newspaper. pens to be no oti: 'r cotjsctutional way. :' I
g ]
confidence has risen with, greater ob- sci:, testifying I .
for him
regularly Washington, and ?
I He would "the earth ,
a.ul, even surpassed), that of the ma- jections, long and deliberately cuter senses positively and directly to the so": open '
but it arrives the
I at Hermitage very swallow hoih Mr. CUt and his! friends
li'volencc twined his fact. Political like t.r rand
I take all other offences
it is of against
treat; as my competitor. ,
i He would) havu the "
irregularly. public -
al and person-I this occasion with satisfactionto be established circumstantial mtself, before ne would reach
1 poLiicjl foes. I tI. great may by :
l i infer that the
to postmaster at the Presidential "suchmeans
peijilcnit-n who are a large portion 1 1tJ state, that my objections to Mr. as well as positive evidence. But chair_ by u _.
Nashville, whose
late Adams from I do contend that evidence : appointment hap- of bargain and corruption.HI ,}r
fly constituents I thank arose chiefly apprehensions some be
;
and you which have been realized. it what it pened not to be upon his recommendation I hope Gen. Jackson did. not intend :
even one of them, with all my not may, ought to be exhibited.If .
,
obstructed his of it.
icception -
that the human race should be
heart, for the manly which I I have found him at the head of the there be none, how do the accus- whole
have support Government able ers know that offence has In consequence of his: not receivingthe also swallowed up, on the contingency
uniformly received. It has enlightened, patient an been
he had nut the 6th
Telegraph: on
he has stated that
they wereto
cheered and consoled me amidst all I investigation, and ever readyto perpetrated ? If they do know it, let 1827 Carter Beverly's nor
June seen
that he has absolute
f ro\ severe trials ; and may I not add receive with respect, and, when approved us have the facts on which their famous Fayetteville letter dated the guaranty an of
: I tl' -.t It is honor to act conviction is based. I will repugnance to the employment
: le to the generous j; by judgment, upon, not even 8th preceediug March publishedin
liP' rts!( and enlightened, heads who | the counsels of his official advisers. assert that, in public affairs; a citizen Gazettes and I I any exceptionable means to secure
numerous published
his elevation Ii'
: the
li-!V'e resolved to protect the character j I add, with unmixed pleasure, that, has not a right, freely to express his h +vc very little doubt, although I have he had rendered to the Presidency.distinguished
of an old friend and t faithful ? opinions of public men and to -
servant
a Government speculate not the means of ascertaining the fact, member of little
Congress a
more
The numerous manifestations of l upon the motives of their conduct in the'Gazettes of Nashville. 1 will
jour confidence and attachment will Jefferson's Administration, no Chief But if he chooses to promulgate opinions distinguished, by instantly ordering !
General Jack-
not contrary to him
say from his and forthwith
ue among the latest and most treasured Magistrate has found the members of i let them be given as opinions.The .- son's assertion, that he had read presence, the by infamous-

recollections of life. his Cabinet so united on all public public will correctly judge of denouncing himand ,
my They that letter, when he wrote that of proposition which ho bore to the American
impose} on measures and so cordial and friendly their value and their No -
me obligations which can grounds. the 6th of j\.ine ; but I must think should be little
nevi-T be weakened or cancelled.Onp .- in all their intercourse private and one has a right to put forth the posi- that it is very strange that be should better public, we admit the claims a
to
of these obligations is, that I official as those of the Present Presi tive assertion, that a political offence not have seen it ; and that I doubt untarnished prepared which the Gen-to
would embrace fair h has been committed,unless: he stands integrity,
every opportuni dent.Had whether there is another man of any eral
forward. But
ty to vindicate that character which I voted for Gen. Jackson, in i prepared to sustain, by satisfactory political eminence .in the United so modestly puts

)'u have! so generously sustained d opposition to the well known opinions proof of some kind, its actual exis- States who has not read it. There and according scandalous to his account,is a made corrupt
to
to evince to you, and to the world which I entertained of him, one-tenth tence. i is a remarkable: coincidence between proposal
him it
the
"Wtyou have not yielded to the im part of the ingenuity and zeal which If he who exhibits a charge of political Gener.il Jackson and certain editors, ; person who conveyed ,
advises him it and, that
pulse of a blind and enthusiastic seutiI have been employed to excite prejudices l crime is, from its very nature, who his interest in relation to accept yet
expouse still retains tho friendship of
"* I foel that I all fit against me, would hnvc4ield me disabled to establish it how mach person
am, on oc- to Mr. Beverly's letter. They very '
G n. Jackson who is so tender of his
tasins, especially bound to vindicateJ'self up to universal contempt! : and whatwould more difficult is the condition of the I early took the ground, in respectto character that,his name is carefully '

io my former constituents. It have been worse, I should accused ? How can he exhibit ne- it, that I ought, under my own signature concealed and reserved to be hereafter t

111*as the as their Representative ; it was have/cat that I really deserved it. gative proof of his innocence, if no to come out and deny the brought forward as a witness A j

irtfy fulfillment of a high trust which Before the election, an attempt was affirmative proof of his guilt is, or can statements. And General Jacksonnow man, who, if he be a member oftbo

.been confided to me ; that I have made by an abusive letter published be, adduced tIt says in his letter of the 6th of House of Representatives, is doubly

ere tf accused of violating the most sa- in the Columbian Observer, at Philadelphia must have been a conviction that June,that healways intended "should infamous-infamous for the advice

tilt lh ofduties, of treating their wishes a paper which, as has since the justice of the public required a :Mr. Clay come out over his own. name which be gave and infamous for his. i

a'llh tempt, and their interests transpired, was sustained by Mr. definite charge by a responsible accuser and deny having any knowledge of willingness to connive at the corruption .

in treachery. Nor is this obligation, Senator Eaton, the colleague the that has, at last, extorted from the communication made by his. of the body of which he was o 1

"'ca I jy iktmed conception of its import at all 1 ,, friend and the biographer of General General Jackson his letter of the 6th, friends to my friends and to me, that sworn member-is the credible witness '.'

reldtiotis by the dissolution of the I Jackson, to assail my motives, and to of June, lately published. I approach I would give him the name of thegentleman by whom Gen. Jackson- stank v" O

tWeea which heretofore existed be- deter me in the exercise of my duty. that letter with great reluctance through whom that communication I ready to establish the corruption of .
s. I
would instantly resign i This letter being avowed ty Dar net oa mown account, for on came" (Concfcufaf- on UtJb.nl t pglj ;

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{ r of soils and climate; 'r.irNn CORPS. has received an offer from
::= : ::-- -- -:',! out enltssi-.cr the 1st mf. comprise from the similarity some

X'OREXG1 (. *>,o()._> bale AS per statcmf nt at foot. Our can he relied on, a grounded expectation Captain-CHARLES II. BROOM. son in Boston, of $100,000 for t per

t =:; -=:--- impoiis'li;"Te b.n crY small, only ,' be entertained, that almond l- Lieutenants-A. A. Nicholson late Mr. Jefferson's ,h\
\ew-1vrI:, July 31.-By the packet ship bales, and our jitck is (i-VXXJ bales.Ve may manuscripts.Zerah .
N. I'revoort.
.F.tllt'. QHctntl, t apt. lJa kiln, wliich Ion maintain our quotations, rcmaikiug however and the palms, rdl the varietiesof A. Colburn, the

: 1 Itnne on the hilh/ratu papers to the 15th ihnt ordinary fair qualities have been the !rape; ) ; auJ the oleaginous Surgeon Bailey \Vasliingtou.Purser genius, whose wonderful mathematical

i nit. are ret vi\cl, The Havre market remained obtained a reduction of i a'e look grains which: have contributed alike to -Samuel P. Todd. numbers power of

.I in about the fcaiue stale an at lunuerdate for in market, unless computing astonished
I an imps o"in.ul our The. luxury, the comfort, and wealth Surgeon's Mate*-Waters Smith, the
literati Europe is
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1 'I'M- J'aii il ronnitutionnel. of the Hlh, .supplies fall ofi iii.tterially.L'lIIlri.PIII.t. iVr .. of the South of Europe, and of the I Benjamin F. Bache, John U. Chand- of the gospel in the, Methodist now a minister
July
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4 contnuis; the followingHili :le.Tiieste \ are indebted to .Mr. uiderwjn,-oi tl"c'rchalllli' ,( countries he by the Mediterrane I her, Augustin P. Beers. ion in Norwich. conUtx
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'I 1 June) 2.-A > .MJ which JeftVIH. C'oliee Ifousi-! t fori I'nx-lut'Mtioii ol an, niav be 'succcs full) introduced inFlorida. I: Secretary Thomas Miller. .
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; ::. Ma'> l II, lids brought the 'unpkasnnti.tvvs Bolivar, iwiiec} on Iris, departure from (*arac., r ." Clerk-John Y. Fairlie.Scuwlmastcr -
t tl.,1 the lines) had MJfcifU a inuidrfcr.t ,for the capital of Colombia, wli','" strikes nji.." I II JP m ltQA
CT'
:t under the walls o f the Acropolis, pregnant; with meaning, nnd of which we otter The North American Review remarks -P6tcr J. Rodriguez. -- '- ___
I ;\IId.hat this! bulwark of Aiicient RIH! :1o- I a literal 1 transition. The Liberator% noiv <-outniHshini that the acquisition of Floridais IJi(1I?qIncn-JoslIua II. Justin, _

len Greece, was lot beyond recovery.oSOOJtirceks .- i >ell into a Vrnezneii, and conieinplates John L. Thomas John M. Kinker
I of the most important orcurronces -
private life on hi.-" natal: toil a* hi: c"'it.iiauiJ ; one I t ,
) left dead the field ofhattleT
II were Kuraiiksiki on nnd I : b'>t dc.:tin> His i intentions, Jjrji he of wr histor}'. The acquisition r Flush Y. Purviance, John Graham; ,
unions,' llicm most
: .()f the defenders Alissolonphi.} The gairi I wruto the philofnphic.i present promise!, but ho may i i' not jia\e uia been>ierof sincerely his Louisiana, indeed, was hardly Edward B. Boutwcll, Francis B. Ellison -

1 1 on of Mi
lo blow up. The gi fittest constcrimtion IPX; control: and, moreover, he ean iie\-
4 ; be airy security to the South \Vesternfrontier I.er, Robert G. Robb, William; \V. j
prvv iVed among the aret'l..s.uother C'r :nit: }prC'lexl forpiir.-itmijj a course tlitkreut
: ".\ lettei fiom Syra, of the same I Iroin that Heir nnnouieed.Simon whilewFlorilla remained in Hunter, John L. aHV m. J. Sli-

lofe. says : The Greek tiooji* sent to the PIOCLU: !: 'I'H) foreign hands, and em-nod a way To dl'llVm.. D. Port--r, Frederick

relief of thc Acropolis, "lid" licit cmisistedof Bolivar: Liberal ;-. I evident, &:<*. &('. one of the most vulnerable parts of'the (I Rodgers, Guert Gauaevoort, Israel;
I 1'71,0: /litmVour !ll fi.-I "'!J eale! l me toCof.nJi.l
the flower defeated.of the nation The Turks. have reinforced bem comJetcly : i in orik-r t<> u>o mv' <"E\ir<-.,in n"'I'-la-! United States.: Its t acquisition, f S. Griffin, Henry II. Bell' HoratioM. :

{ lil'hillc, am-jn jne, onh-r$ i aiid; uniou. -My most lift which had allied Houston Gabriel Williamson .
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negociat ifl ;
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fio.i' : ,
by tie-ups C'onstaiitinoplcsuirounded \ Iin-1 I
) pJ.o:;! 1it tint \ a>to nexote ir.\i-eil thit ( -
the Gieck 'c'l'ps. which could! not fort e aj)1age t:..\. If ty birth :-'.ide.trowuroneiiiies. i haenrircfied I tho skill of[ mir ablest statesnic-n fur Gem re M.:; Hoop, BultroJT.. Tur- -- PRIDA Y, .A lJGUST24/k.lH2'1.. -
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and iosl t npuardsol i 3'JOO) men. illt as \-\r a- tit h 1..1 di:tait: provirtfj; of thirty years, entitles M '. Adams, by ner, Care.V.. Se.lden, J ames South Veritr- Sans- -- -

hiding 'he bras K.imikuki. The AciojMlis Anirnca; all nn act t 'jt.= ;have:; been direeted t.j I wl.'oiu the conducted _.._ Peur.
negotiation ard Frederick tatardVilliam : ----
) las not vet fallen, hut /oiiaiions flu liLtrt:1.1 !oi"Vene7.iei-i, of Caracas, ] --
fur a capitulation are now g-uinj; on. A Thi pl''I. C1C4' ".i, ja :.aini; ; on that .1f"t'OU't: I Ili 1 to a praise second only to Mr.I Jeffer 'iMcBhir, Paul II. Trapier, Robert Legislative ( ouncli.

J''ttfllI.! and) au English fiigile, niitl the) ? uild ;now it. J have. !rr\C'i 'ilombia: asidAmeiiea I son's for the purchase! of LonLsitna.Florida : M. lltini-un, Thomas }I. Mull, It seerudby the following! th u we were UilJrr
)bpcutijf.tir: lot wn tied to ttiat of a miilake in what we said iu
Anstrbn corvette .Laroliee, are in tII' ; k i rapidly: peopling and improvinu. A cti our IJ.Ir re'ativeto:
tl test 0" tlie hen? :'ill t"'C('f C'uluijibus.Do I II! the sixth Diviner. (

Ttu.'uis{ of Athens lor the purpoie of Hoisting rot hnac.Mic; Iht I (jn fpnnou; v.'ith ambition. I I 1'hf Address referred to a- Jtoat swain-Jolm Hewood, Acting. In the (6th District Tho
in the aud tor the I ,. Sptielt
negotiation, providing bIC'F I do not p.-tirced to other dep.irtiucnts ,
fcalety of flje garrlion; : ofiht: KcptiMir.; in oidi-r. to i increase: I I1liis, from the press of a snttlo- Gtancr-George Marshall. has; been re-elected, by a major of

Tbp Pal is fdLor doubts the truth of thii the! extent :'f my <'111l11'li:':i. Ljt to pnrcm tix ,ii.fi I- three_I n .\'.f.I,-.Z i\i\no."J'] \ rPli I > tniviivhittto Carpenter-Thomas Armstrong 41 VOtCS... over his onnnnlllf T'IRobinson. ty
rI\il war bv which ilu. %" a.i *!faM.itP'l.. from oIUljlTe
inteIJir CrciiM'il Sail
lI'e. f1Tfilltf' adjoins
:; ; LnfayetJe; J/llcr-Ji-aac Hall. .-Florida'Advocate.
.d reaching you. Ac livle! do i C'\"t the pmii-
Letter:: fiom-Con.Mtnntinople of May 10 d!"nry ofL'olllmhja. vliirh: is 10L:l'1 rn\itd ijy that: of 'ridlaIiissLM*, fc .i is proha- S UPE RNUMER. t IE S. \\'c_a.F'w' learn that Mr. McKennc.p. wa,
that the Tin kiH fleet which
Ztte.
came oilier Columbians. I pomi: that no .coo bin lie of jwseil in the third District, by Mr.N. ncw
"ugh the! Daidauclles, had arrived nt the randedincntion: ; hall be you asverubled and jns to soon lIrroulldetlLJy ono Joseph Myers, Samuel F. Dupont, ell, who hail quite n II. M rc ,'
respectable .
J'av. 11110. e\erts Its beneficial I power over our wclfaiei'n l the most[ f fruitful r"gious i not onlyoflho Lieutenants ; IInryr.. Fowler, votes ; but that Mr. MeKcnuoo HMI mil rc-t-'f herf' *

We ropy from papers of prior dates the \ shall; ec m" always in tlie laud of m} progenitors United States, but of the world.! In Lieutenant of Marines ; Eli Dill, ; We hav aIM ascertained certainly that >.r.i ,,*

i; lolloning'! parngrachs.Tiie : my brother'! '; my iY'iewI.*, ? iii t ill?FII the evoin of the unnplution if the B oat \Vilm.. Jamun Wrbb, wa elected in the fifth Dig-; '
Augsbur 'ia/.etlo montions a rc- toallevinlc; thu public! eirHiitif! 5 which We liavvsnflereil 1 The list of Member elect, published ij-ju/Vt:

rl) tat ('onslHithioplt! that} the first mcns from v:t r and rr...hii t ni ri. great Florida ,('aHa), the citizen of Officers tranift ned and left in the was correct: and we have not heard anyVr' ; -

_ ran which! will be taken by the} Conits of f'iJiiiltnit< (>/' ("f;r/'-i 1. Horn a cwi'/en ofC'iraca this Territory will possess every i incentive ,- jIct1thrrancan.LcTitf'flafltsRObcrt concerning the Election in the Dittricu DtuuJ<
: <, im hi i hoi: I :itnbilion( will l!eio the Jsuwanee Rh'er.TERRITORIAL.
London. I'aiis i aud ,t. J'e.eisbur :J. in.T preserve to i industry: which a t lieu and B. Randolph
"
I Ilnll'n" !uw,1 -
i I ( >e fur P*iite ,peiseveies in rt'f'isinj; t(' ; be inv (ii li.t't.) M\ t'loiv! a"d the revoke CItrn'i'iiU} pfopJc CdUVIilt.: to tin- COllsitutiunVilliam Taylor, TREASURY.

comply with thefr demands; will be to ;pien' which I cxpt-ct to lukc ofm\' enemies.UOLIVAIt.. I 1 Colonel (tporxe \"aton! late
'I any CMU ninn or Egyptian troops beinr rJ'h'J S. Sc.iiooiu-i: Sliiirl} 1 sailed I to the Ontario, as 1st Lieutenant ; Treagureroftlij; Territory, has Secretary aDd(

k po ent to ttI(' Morea or Lh atlia aud Mo Head (l'v er?, Car."a?, July 1, 1T.J7.thr. ; from New York on the 27th July.Th Thomas R. Gedney, to the Warren ; visit to the City of TuIIaliWe, from lately whence Paid a
'lit''p; tln-trnnsporl of provisions ur t.1tUt1tiJ. the he arrived in f' nlcola
I officers attached ate- John A Carr, to Porpoise: ; L. on Monday of ast 'e k.
_ _. tiiui 'l-Jc squadrons of th- iliMatioued .',' lo'\'ri' Fnl11. lifi-'tiinore? Ga.tlc.We Duriu; his abfcncr, *o confidintlv: wa i it
I Ht bmyrui will be suilicien fill have lie unpk'-isant; duty to (Cnmnwndtr.Isaac: WKeever, E>q.Lieuicjtfiiifs \' GoldbborouL'h, (Siip'ry) to the I pech'd thaI he had gone for the pui-p-we Or
I t thi piiinary measure" which will Ije followfd perform! lliis} evening! of recording ono j ,-David U. Stewari, Pornoiso, as Is: Lieut. 1: )sifine in the Tff'l\\lIrJ', the mone. ttr&fi for

l by 1111(' uH1I'11111C1IC enecctic (; anot-V.r t of the! most -rions, disasirrs: ; which I I Archihald! It. Cog,in I us, Tho7nas ..1.Leih. JlidNhipml7Z-J S. Sterritt, to H the vrral Territory times 011 in die February iwintof 18ii6 annouacin, that :we were
s'nle.: Tlie .ilI qui* a:'lie n' tiiisiv -
the .
.;.idor of KMS.NJ.I, lives quite retired: at nis I has befallen the < ;'rrj.I.s far a long Ontario, as Acting Master ; Edward r'-.vWfl, the pn/balniity of so agreeable an c-

('utiutry liuuso at fj'ij.ikdeiv| and Miluowqtiit iiiiKJ-the almost toid: .naiiiiHation: of Acting ,SurgeonAuguitus A. O. Blanchard; to the Constitution tlic VI'nti we thought liNt before, however, !') Wilt Uiibl;

!> it. the ] Adee.Jyursrr.I ; Charles \'. Chauncey .to the eliL money K-m paid we cutercd it t\.J hit
f atiuv sent to relieve Alhens, atdtliR : cn incc hi' return we have enquired

Th'nllill:11 Gazette coutair' the EJ- ,1.--uh of ojie! of! the bravest .-Ilenrv. Ett og. Ontario ; C. II. A. JL Kennedy, to !li;entlv, and have omitted to Bay any thin; o.

Jim( illt' inlelii: ,ence, lutnl Tiii l -i'. ."\Inyi.J.4 ?! : the ( reek leaders.: : -'i'i!>e particulars amoiiir Acting Must?i\-Samuel.F..Hazard.Alii the} Warren ; John I. Glasson, do. ; ;! the riufjficl in our last, iu order tit gain ii:5orni.ifion .
\ vcs d l :lived here fioni Smyrna in cannot ascertain that the cofftrs of
I ten da I ) S .1 II IIU tCtS. tliat I I KscJud j'oct.a, of she l Ininent.Mbb'iiefcat: luvc not beenrecep'i.d ship nun.-Spencer C. Gest, Daniel L. Randolph j ; do ; John R. : the Territorial Treasury have benefitted! hhis;

I ('zIrIL.t by tI!"' l11a oac' C ol the Man sun oft. !, but siUvicii-jit information John \' 1. (;ilLIJ/1't ; llenr! }' If. .\Vateij'l. Gol.isboroujyh! ,'! do. ; Charles W.Hiniier trip ; iris i boMTcr, i iutimated: that :4l.m.. arrangements -

: 'lI J cli'JI :, h.1 CILI'LI all ti-rcek.s thutia [ J.un.s J. ijiliJi.; ( ha\e been made preparatory to
I Ins ; ;
to the
he deri\ .d from Porpoise.
call the sTatemenis t!desirable! object ; we hope that it i is so,
CJ' i his .)\ et to Le li-iu''idi' i. Accoidiu I
f : io lcMtcr.s i: OU Znnto, the fireoks who- thuy now stand] to induce; ib" be- I (.'aplftin's (; .'.-.Benjamin] I. .A"}:/;)/!', August lL.-Commodore Jua.v ..hou.hC con Ie:? that we cannot 'et miutmrftiith -*
1 CIhtjlt.'p I! I Ruturi I cimc uj> to town List evening: from ; to acconip m'ourhope in thll initanre.rliilt' .
S. iu e J'CIIIM! 'ilotig tiie: nid t'ucie; Ibrahim) .l.jjt'l'I: I ihedffeat-'jftbe Cirerks uusj I ) ilic! I". S. Ship: ) 4\c'tIi-e.u-,1ia (>[;.1 gun*, hi \\ on thi puhject, it may not be improper

4 I'xchn 11:i>:MS. iire obliged: to lly into I tie j I principally ow'nvj t to some drfcct in FrvYJl the .('. York Mtr Ailrtrlistr. the Menn; boat Hampton.-Idem.Norfnlk for us to notice an erroneous i.iea, which we

j'r',nni,4ic.; to avoid beitij; IIIt id'/>ri. Outli .! I Tin I HI.H..UIHN! riiiFinKi: vr, American Minii have undrn-tood has; b,en entertained respcctinj -
I .: Jit!. o 1 April I, "ij vvanls oi' lKhJ wojiivn lIot .pushing! 011 iii) a simnlianuous I aiI tiT (II the, <'41 fll! Il'?- jf Tarnbaya) : : h.ia: arrived! Aug. 4.- -H. \. C. Ma- ; us-it i is, that in the remarks we have male

4 : un:! diilht.u vveie iiia acicd A prcat7Uitnber I! t-irlv at every point! : and! liiat; ; their; : :it 1'hii.idiljihi.i! iiMbc UrijJ r.itza:: from Vera jesty1sFrigate La Circe, Capt. Du- with regard the dctuition, hy the Ex-Trt

who hid i>one in li.c. direction of.| forces( .vert: cut uj i in detail: v,';Ien ;a :I Cruz. VALDAILLY, came up from the Roads urer, of rue Teivitorial fnad, we have unnec
I The ("hevalicr! i Don
; 1'rancisco han st'il and
Tacon wouink-d
the ; was: sadly ; > the feciiucjofhi
('u.1'f1"l' 1:1 ken by tl.e ( 's vessels I of aciiun
11011) ; I ctHiccrt might i'l.turnc.d' prr*.Mtv.d Hit tiie ltl.; Jnlv to the iYe.-idcnt, by yesterday morning and anchored iu famil}. Tni we have certninly hai no" intention -
I come,11'IIl1.iuTe i(,I in .ettig to Z: it<"*, fio.'ii : I the I tlC 1 of! war.France .Mr.: i I lUuiel lir -it ol the ) tinent of MMCis the 'bite of Craney Island.-Idem. of doing, and we think that every candid

they were vent to C.tl'uiMx.! I .- .Mii.isterKivideiit: from ripain, and wa rcivedijj' per;>n, w 1 ho review mir course in Ihi lusincv
continues
t! .\ Utter: of the 'J5th ult. fiom :loc.llon! L : to restrict the .::1 liu" Prcn..lent in that character. We understand thai the U. S. sbip will acknowledge that we have said uo more

f !8', > :-!-" \\'r: are ;ivsuied that artierla, \' .! liberty! ) of the press and imprisons, Kdjitore .Yah\i-\ : lVortn- Carolina, of 74 guns, Coin. than our duty to tlio Public absolutely requiri.(.

i been jfivcn for ;i 7*. :111I Siiip; two fnjjajt s, i -it will, and Spain is agitated ioHi July 21.-A public) : RODGER*, will leavo her anchorage in We hare not now, JIf r have we eter had, JMIJT

:lr..1OK..(' litht' vessel*, to h,' fillr-d i o-it by j throughout] of in-r dinner was given by the, citizens .o', I Roads feelings of personal: hostility Col, Walton: ;
tie iniddio! t l .Ufl!'. It ;is ctnijn; tnird! l'. ;t mny; provim-Ob by Cincinnati: i to General( Brown andtheI'o.st Hnnipton this morning, aucome it would: be the !height of folly in us uuueceirarily -

I'.csc vessels sire t'i join the lUissiaii ., .. ,I actual] in-n: rcciions or ill-timed! CUI'l'i'riICl' !i } I up into this harbour.-Idem. to' create fir oursclf personal cwemic, and.
ij1tlt'iii I' : .. TLc! Master General, on the 6th J oJy. : It is certainly far from our wish so to d >-but
L 1iiiout at Oonstiult for the MfJ.A .- : stm Lii oldie 1 t press and Iii-. The Hon. '.tMJJEL L. SOUTHARD
: 'hey] lefnliat t place J for \%Tauiuto.zion : 'where wcconacieiiciou<>1ybeiieeourdntv lead.
tL'II.1irall j J r ltllrL' cent-rally in Spain is now ar I Secretary; of the Navy, and .(ummo- there we fear not to follow. Our Territory as
I of the
ktenrn thrmonnnij' 7th.
Copenljrjjrn ftites that j I the Jru--st }point of degradation, and l don ,LEWISV ARRJXO"i'X a member, young and poor; a1 l handsome fum ia due .to
C.uiit 'ichv. crisi: ''re"iiitnt .,j'tl,1 :vvetlis: !! 1j I rf Inirftin; her her and Treasurer is rwarai"-
'fll. : ; Secretary
(br of uxt 1 st.-1 he :
fti'lowing extract letter frc.m /lftllc Board
'it:1."a: about to set out friu -iIIH'ld''Ilm' I a Navy arrived hero .last *ioncd to collect it ; he does so mid acknowledges )-
i*>ir ilaiubnii.'it[ :" to ncroli.ite.t{ l lo.in ofsevr- .Madrid: received iioio, will irivc the! PIfsh1EN'r 01' xiin LMITKD STATCSleli I evening in the SteamBoat Hampton; that he has secured ihe amount ; tem:

f 14 im'liou? of i i ix dollui( >, ,)U acc"'!( of l j; readersome; .klea oftbos>v>tein adont- I the City yesterday a visit tool : from Old Point Comfort where: the '.i.ry-staYH away a year, and after hilt

lit, l\'flllllt'lIJ. I ed i i I I .hi.. ".;.:1\1.: .> .St. :" ,> f. 'r. ,.:",, ;,....,.. ..,... ,I !they return U iic nioufLa in the Territoryfuoout
by the 'd" I" II II Jt U J.un.u 1
'jovemment
l.ftcis ti'ijin; !frnn1iort {f" tkoMuinc: .HI I to preventhc i his i were lauded on Thursday evening pavio" a cent. In the mean time C'ff'rr' iudii
'
i: >un c:fihit tIC: conti.uial rains nirii; have d i1 i.j ion oi n kno-\h'di:e. Iw.ddJ.Yat.! Journal. from the Ste.iiu-Boat Potomac, fromWashington. n\I: in Florida( feels the want of a Tn'asurvand

MAUU.-I I Washington, August. 2.-\\'e understand the vilest criminal are turned loose for waut of
jirev.ul'-d for f 'al1tj 2ldiiiv
f & 't', till H' bitlil <'\('ii.-ivc buMne. j in corn. In Ifnn- 41 Although there is that plymclltVas: madc! yes-
\Ve
: J1t\\.1') himiisi- understand, (says the Richmond ask anculIJici individual s houtd we do our du-
ZZ.Y! the crop H" frUit i< ooinjiletfly ik.- tion publirly e established) I themis tenlay, 'by the! Biimsii AhxisTEii, tu11' .Enquirer from tv if we were silent under such circurajf r f fAre
)
.lriiyt-d. (Lie vevei.'il other points of fJerr ], Clay of the last instalment a source iu not these the facts, and hive: we '\ejt.ep-
: ..uty the \'.-jIItt whe.. ;is present) a vvretcl,,'d i a Jitrgado de Jbnpruc.tas and: a Censorship : secured which we place reliance that 4e- pet.! the bounds of moderation in e.\p".n;

I iipjcnraHcc. The \iue alone ra ill a thriving much more formidable than : by !the Convention of November spatches are to go out immediately them to the public, and endeavoring: t> 1:. lice

: late.
:\ l'u.'r 4>f tie! -1th init. from :1arf'iP.s !, hook I ;: away .in contravention of theTreaty .
regard to *, as which Com. .Porter
s.tyj> :-" It is certain that the biig Le Sanxenr ninny, were to leave Ke'Vest. Legislative Printing!-Our Correspoi1erI.ycurus
of ,
which tinvircok! CominiUec had builtat : formerly published undr-r! i its t s.mction: Client.-Idem. This will beaU! right, if our having 'uc-ted a plan f for i.i-i .iis-
:1. Ifipaz. bus have litey; been forbiddi-n The Si.rrirTAUY: : OF IKE NAVY left tribution and publication ofthc Law, *o he
aplitn'\'i! and conductrtl to bo rejial'lished government, at the same time, should] past at the future Sessions of our Li..itb't:
to Napoli, a tino corvette of 1 IS gun:, be- ) hv its substitutes} these I I the city yrsimlay, in the steum boat, require Com. Laburde to wait: the i Council take the opportunity of a-fcimtcr
lon
: ini: to the 1'ucha of K ypt, It is 1)I- JK\V j : institutions. Bflsi'l.: which all lor: Norfolk.( \" e understand: that, number of hours allowed that at a price wry little if at all ex-eilIig t'at:
snini'd ta be I 1.\ Lio.nic, which vv.is bujit : after Visiting tire North-Carolina by the law puid for printing the IJillti of the; 1:1.f' Cou..' .i 1,
?ur( last "ear !hooks printed (;ut itf i1t' ftingdom in I I I : it is of nations for Com. Porter to start tie! Bills miijhtiiot only be printed for the uaff

,. TJie Couii.M rrancais cutitnins nn article the Spanish language are strictly! prohibited. ] his intention to pioceed as fir as the ahead. of the Member, but also published! Tn every paper

: in which, after niemionintc u minor that Literature and }learning Ire I| White Sulphur Springs, where he JIbil'Jgmt \\ of the in the Territory.It .
Reports
Io\crnmw-iit intends to re-c.-tnblish: tho cenfior.ship at the lowest ebb m this Cuulltr\. The I will remain; ; a few d.lvs-ldf'71Z.. lence of l Yelluw Fever-in new Odeaiu,preva were I 11.3 of appears the Pamphlet, by Law, that which A-we S.jiiid Vhritfton at page

after the ci-se ol the legislative) sesiOI booksellers and printers Mr. CLAY reached this City on brought by the lat Steam Boat, but we find was allowed f IMprinting done for the Council -
itt.Lttsi tluit. iu the event ufthis .ui"I1- are entirdvwithout nothing ol that nature in the
-
The eleven hundred
I TUf'sda'eninn' paper price twcnty-threa dollars
I
ai.d
from his .
Western
Mile JIC.inrI'.cJfHed 1 It.\ ATniiters, a patriotic employ. The difficulties in i Current of Saturday, yaj'a "our city genvralUipcakiug forty-one cents." The contract ma'lc with

1:'ociUrWIl( of Poets of France. Deputies, the way of importing foreign books, visit, with his health much impr:vcd. .- for the time" "of year, may be fairly Mr. Thniston was. th.t he *hQud! furnfuh SIC

in(-im of If'tll'rl'c.. will be formed for the amount to a complete prohibition and fdcm.Washington considmd. healthy. 'he Kuat! this morning. nw"y copies of each hill a* the Council luigfit
purpose of Jluuli hin ; i in pamphlets, anrcltsoa : will clll rm or contradict the reports. direct, t'rthIc same price for whir the clerks
those 3. The
snci! sujjcctK! 1's tnejoiunnls uill! be couiI attending he !publication of:ny ? August SE- \Ve take this opportunity ti s.ithat Mobile, woud: make thirteen copies ; which was thirteen
new woikvh J-CRKTAKY or \'.\. h has returned the continues very henltuy for the times fifteen for
>ellcd by the censors to bo Mlent j UJ.OU- from his: Letters fr>m 'l'fIaIoogt received! by last mail, in each bilL At this rate Mr. Thruston received
Thefe from City visit to Bedford -
which
t pamphl' will not be periodical lejidmg, his] works to the ; Springs quote Tuujlx,he Hank JS'otes at .10 pf'r'nt one hundred and ninety-five cents (or each

and lie quite unroMnec'cii viith each i iotiicr | pt-siss'* From II,"; Xo'-Juk: .(I'n.) Beacon, July 30. I j discount. About : >. pro et. dis. has been the bundled words printed. Now' we venture to-
.
will ajipcat in a volume of" Creates -. rrirttl! of the! NorthCarolina. late here ()r- ute tune |!t.-Idtn.Thro say, that any printer would .he well paid for hw

I CJr Ies sire eveiy tidY, as jsoon an the : /* Pirates, who wwre charged with work at one third -of that piice, which would
The
(
S. piracy
.
I formality of the depot has been f:!!filled.Trie !. DoYLzs1ic. Ship North-Carolina, of committed on board the Brig Cnuvfoid amount to $374. 47
I
Augsburgh Ij-zette contains n rumor From --- _._- 74 euns; wearing the broad pennant !\i! |I have been tried at Richmond and convicted. There arc thref N'owapaper pub-

t of the i.mperor of Jlnsbia huvimj written the 1Jrz/tizireAmerictzn. of Commodore JOIN RODGERS They were sentenced) Chief Jusiice Marrihal, luihed in the Territory, say $1 a pageto
to the allied Ollrts, that his tioops will occ l''lorida.-Tlw f )following extract.!I 58 i i idays to be hung on the 17th insr.-Their came were each ; 171 pages, I13
from Gadsdc'ii's : from Gibraltar, via Port-au- I'cpe, otherwise called Jopr Jli'arioi -
py Moldavia and U'nladna: in case the address to the Florida : Ca.dari,
Turkish fleet quits the Dardanelles' Institute Prince, off Havana, and Key West i!, Conro otherwise called Joseph lUirando, and And the whole amounts to only 387. 41
,
Extract enumerates products as numerous : Felix, otherwise Felix Da.rl*to. T.rdy, the which leaves $ 154. 94 \u pav for printing GtJ-
6
fa from
the
) private letter of the 3rd inst. and days last place, anchored leader it will be H'rnor' Megs.l .Mcmoriaf
4 from valuable as are to be found recollected, killed himself ojj s cS & any other innt-
La
lleole:-Th oveifloiog of the in anv region of the world in Hampton Roads, on Saturday afternoon finding; that he could not escape detection.; ter which the Council might conceive necessaryto
'iaronne; has uonp immense mischief the : about 4 o'clock officers and |! The trial di cloped a narrative of the most atrocious be printed for the use of the 1<.&hen. U'e
places contiguous to l.a Keolc.! The hope Florida is no Jess remarkable for and Moody acts we.ever rwad.-I&m. appeal! to any person acquainted with the subject -

of the land ownci aud the farmer i is completely the natural, than the foreign; productions crew all well. Spoke about 6'J$ miles I CJJiiOll.-L'uitcd States Dank Notes of the f to say whether OJMT calculation is not a lil>-

d otro."ed. It is impossible to given ) which have been found South East of Cupe Henry, on Friday denomination of twenty dollars, of the New eral one for the printer. Our plan: however
idea of thr distress of congen- York Branch in would not h.cuirecl Gov. Duval, so we'1.'! a.
circulation
the inhabitants of are 'rhean'
last
this part of the country'." j) ial! to her soils. All the .varieties of morning the U- S. Ship *I dated the 24th May, 1S24, S, Iu the connteri this one adopted with rwpect to the last !laws-

' Ti c UrusscU Papers quote from the Floj:j pulse, the tuberous and the esculent Natchez, Capt.: Budd, hence bound i I fcits, the U. Nin the motto of the ,vignette K for in the one instance. the laws wouK-* have
been ia
and
rrnce < to P( usacola. Capt. ol the, i 1'luribus Unuin,' arc joined at the of the letters properly pulj'uhcd, each printer
ia/ette Perry top
an article which! .intimates j the farinaceous I
footS
that }. grains, the Indian I --iu the genuine notes the )letters the Territory would have: bad his fair. prapor-
Lord Cochran means to pass the Dar and Guinea wheat North-Carolina, informs, that he un di tinet. The are very tion of the l.aes & (fishes: in the other the wMe
corns signatures ofN. BidJle iu
danelles, with a view to attack the Turks in I barley, derstood was sickly Havana.i counterfcitr. the profit was given to a Pre -s devoted to himself!
very are than
more in
sprawling
and the the
the Mai morn. ryeoats millets. .ocas beans.. I. "' _1 roo I. true bill. -Nat. ( I while tbe ot11ca' two.. who would_ not n .Derl1J1t_ III'
a ette.
A letter from .Marseilles states that a I yams, and potatoes, have been cultivated ne ixorin-oaronna has oeo.n an- I r shameful mimlc to pass; unnoticed, were left
sent from the U. S. Creek Indians.-In addition to the without of the Executive Tliciuvernor
)}>iincipa] cause of the menacing attitude to great advantage. Cottons 28 months, having I inv' patronage.
I that Franc has just assumed towards Algicrs. : ihe.black and tlie sailed from Hampton Rotids 6th intelligence: 'Contained in the follow- ( I*Washington, can lie account other lathe -

,, .' i is the insult! offered that i green seed, produce, article President, for such conduct ou any
by March ing relative the
:; Regency | as if natural to the climate 1825, during which time the movements : grmind than that be was disposed to support at
to the and the
flag of the Tope, several of whose I officers and crew have generally enjoyed of the Creeks, we are enabled to all haiarda, a Prcsp which would abuse tile
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subjects uic at this experiments in have I
moment captives at sugar cane been ,ent Admiuisuiuion 'IOUTThe
health. state ; that Col. Brearly has fixed prt
Al'iers. crowned with no ordinary good on Governor and Legislative Council

Extract of a private letter of the 31ft nit. I The Banana, the plantain! the success The Schr. Lapwing, of and for Baltimore the 1st of October next, for the departure have allowed $1850, 16, for printing"

4 from l1ttdrid11 is definitively resolved the pineapple sailed from Havana the day' with about five hundred emigrants. Bills &c. for the use of the Council, AluJ
J ,
, for the army of observation to effect a re- cocoanut, and most of the before tlie N. C. The number could be increased publishing: the Laws in pamphlet only ;-

i I trogade march, and the head quarters have tropical fruits flourish near the south but when the whole could have been done for
List of Officers 1 n loard the U. S. it is deemed prudent not to suffer
I
k already begun io mo>e. The corps which ern extremity, and it is. believed Ship 'less than one half that amount, and the
may,
NorthCaroliiiu.Commodore the
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first
Leloup to the al '; : party to exceed five hundred been well
rOJ .guard will go to Talurevra be gradually naturalized .the I Printer paid.-vi; :
northern
,.& the others to different destinations limit to ; JOHN RODGFRS. as they will start during: an inclement Printing Pamphlat 171 pages at 3$ 513.du. .

z which are not known.) MeSOn ibis move.ment I?I St. ; some.few experiment,near Master Com.-MATTHEW C. PEJIRY. season, and there might be some.difficulty .-Uills&c. 374.47

commenced, a negotiation was enter- I j Augustine have been very encouraging Philip F. Vo-.irhees, 1st Lieutenant, in making suitable provisions
J rd into with Portugal foi the retreat to be Figs Junes leiuons Total, 7..7
Isaac
oranges .
pirnultaneous with the ? Mayo, 2d do.Thomas'V. for them. Col. 13. entertains sanguine I ,
Jwo
nations. and all
,; "_- .i, ,. xtract ofM. Idler from Ifaerc, June 15. the varietie bf. citroliSf.nectarines .\Vyman, 3d do. exptations of ultimately effecting Yellow Fever.-ll-appears by thpaP''

i ,. last respects are dnted 1st inst. Durigtheearlj .I peaches, olive*, and pomegranates I Androw Fitzhugh,. 4th do. their entire removal.-May success attend that this devastatiiiff scourge bas made lIa

.,, : part of the past fortnight, Cotton thrive in the eastern section of I Jona. D.Williamson, 5th do. his ifforts-Mil. Recorder.It appearance in New-Orleans and Char "- .
'
'_' iu little but the the 'ferritory if ton ; and, we uuderrtand, inforwmtioo bu
WitS or jno request, de.f as indigenous ; and Allen Griffin, 6th do. is the Providence
reported, ay.* in Pensacola of rbe.tOCCUl'
been received
has rertrtd within the lost five if
p3nd dajs conclusions
****> : any to equal results : Daniel H, Mackey, 7th H Gaztlethat Mf T. 7, Randolph rcnce gf iix c%sci i m ue dV in Mn"6 f

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'sp !tout*. V. Jwnpn M. WHITE, I time it is the policy of certain great men ly in the river on one side, and the j Collector's Sola
., th.orth.. (Van liurcii and others to the 1\ the rest of the
'I ftW Uti "i &" *'. _' l-fc|. lor i ) improve I canal or basin the other it became 'I .
f mdiMM.il".' he ronl.-injitntes tnku.g the condition" of certain Presses for party purpoxes. on Il\\' V Friday the 21st day of September

a imal MIIII'} ?." ill Viijjmiu on his way, f It is somewhat sai-prizing that the I necessary to excavate a pit about 100 \U next, at 10 o'clock \. M. I shall of- United Stat s.rts .

WJ. the b'uc1i' II >IrS.\\-: s. Leilih.J TheI i Mcmbeis of the Council have not enquired i feet long and JO broad, to the depth fer for sale at public Auction, at the pursuance of law, I, JOBS QCIICC

f I' of his "tS iy nil' induced Col. W. to \ 'ItUb done in other Territories, ix-der j of 8 or y f( ci below the surface of the Court llou>e in this City, the following a ADAMS, President of the United State

I Tout thus IMI.'V. wIth a *iew of Ple'cnt-I similar organizations of Government, and ,' basin, and 3 or 4 below the river, and I property, or so much thereof as will satisfy of America, do hereby declare and make f

;c\"\ ili', powibiliir of his being availed themselves of their experience, as a I the Corporation of Pensacola, for known that a public sale will be held at

111Ul144"rc 01 l ht'r ill health, fiom takingti guide for their conduct. to drive a lan e number of piles in the Taxes due thereon up to the 31st day of the Land Office at Tallahassee, in the Territory I

: aedlI' or.1 ,? (\; icss at the commencementHinn. I It is not kO much to be wondered at, bottom, for the walls to rest on. To December. 1826 ; unless the Taxes are of Florida on the second Monday in

4 i the 1 ; lie exec. :, to aintc inff I.IhiIlClt" ho'cv"ht'D we reflect in how much facilitate these operations, the wheel { paid to the subscriber before the day of December next, for the disposal of the 4

liS M ly as the' 15th of Nov. more important concerns they were engag- with all lands herein wit
\ of which we have spoken was con sale, together costs and charges.V. designated, to, ? I
Ol U rxpiosed] pt-at, rrgrct. at notable \ ed. Such, for instance, us legalizing conveyances structed. It carries to 1 \ Anderson, 1 Lot No. 21 on the Townships No. 1 and 2, of range Ko. 6.
.. l.. JII thiough the TViritory I providing for priutel s. passing two pumps, ( 217 1 Townships No. 1 2 4 (
"II' Bay, 1 Lot No. Lot No. 224, on Ko- 5, 4
J'd"" ;; : which! both interest and inclination restorations, and renovating incumbent* discharge the water that leaks through mana Street. 1 Lot No. 305, on Garden and 6, and fractional 1
indnro him to ""'511. His ne- I out ufoffice-dh'iding counties for the purpose the coffer dam into the each of
.u'.illtd to pit,) Street, and arpan No. 46, suburbs Tax townships No. 7 & 8, of Range No. 7.
:.rIe': -1'f ;. ('flt, in t.r! Florida on Monday getting clear of Sheriffs who find which has a box nine incites diameter, for 1825 SVJ9J i Tax for 1826 4,68. Townships No. 1, 4, 5, 6. t
f \\o ; whrnce they anto favor in the eve of the People] regulating
proto
"Ihr ; \
.'t makes 30 strokes, and discharges a O. \Vv Calli*, 2 Lots No. 3 and 4 on 7, and fractional town-
of land cm nod by him nearVyjahawe. elect ions, making memorials, and authoriz-
'el! .l Ir.ICI j the Public Tax for 1825 ships No. 8 and 9 of No. &
Square, R4.04 Range
It works
establishment in minute. ;
for the comin Micruicut of aplantation. ing the of gambling houses. hogshead a at .
Tax f 1826 Township No.1. and
The ic-sidence of Col.V i. Without disrepect to the machine 4,04.
intending any > ou. Rme time, a piling fractional
Cut4ir John Uonul on, Lot No. 3? the townshipsNo.
is however. til! retained not I knowing who are, II'yot should on
,
you
: t'.i< pl-'cc which has hammer :
: iron
in ha left directions for the irnpr' eJrni have ott'k.ion again Memorialize (Con a cast weighing Bay, 1 Lot X o. 40, on Reding Street, 9, 10, and H, of Range No. 9.

l be of the lot. lately purchased by him, gress., unless you have some one who can 500 pounds, and a fall of ;H) feet, Lot No. 87, 4 Lot No. 88, Lot No., 89 Township No. I and 2,

the Public Square.j.i write a better one than that transmitted at and makes S strokes in a minute ; andit I and 1 Lotiu. 104 on Cuna Street ; Lots and fractional townships .

Pn = -. the last session, I pray you to adopt a measure also carries two large grind stones, I No. 202 203 225 363 364 267 269 303 No..11,and 1 2, of Range No. 10.

--- ------ --- --- -- practised by the Aboriginies in this fine and coarse: for the convenience 304 'i of Lot No. 309 Lots No. 310 311 All situate South of the base line, and .

COMMUNCA'1'IONS. Country mid functioned by the experience i 315 318 and Arpan LoU No. 45678 East of the meridian.
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the
of
.. 0 O several ccntuiies ; as Blackstune! would numerous mechanics employed 10 13 14 15 16 17 18 *6 41 42 43 56 The Townships are to be offered in the

Ththco. luWIWlrl Gazelle. have it, "an imm-moiiul custom, hereof near this I,}re. I 57 58: and 59 suburbs Tax for 1825 order above designated, beginning with

: IV. the memory of M.m rnnneth not to the con- t It is truly diverting to see this little Si8 'll'ax tor 1826 $19, 14. the lowest number of Section in each.

To the Members of the next tiaiv"-tow-it, to appoint it "Sense-keep- wheel, (which; with(5 whole 3ppara-1 Jos Jardela, Lots No. 236 and 237 on Lands reserved by law, for the use of
er"-for such If piedeces- lrteI'axlor 1825 Tax Schools, or for other to be
purposes. your j Ua"It.1 S ,7O; purposes, are
but :!lOUt at
tus cost 8i5 )
Council. ; ,
Legislative sort had imitated the fit*t Council in anything for Ib2ti {jj.US.Vicciiie excluded from sale.

(;i.ri PO- -The admirers of the su- but sending a Memorial, it woulJ i 'noruiiio; I till ni'Jit: "as bu.sy as a bee," I M. Maxant, 800 arpans West Given under my baud, at the City of Washing

have been well. At the time the} first ) in diivmg i pih.s niiil turning ton, this twenty-eighth day of Nay A.L>. 1327.
111il\'% oi Legislation; aiul! tIlt factitious, le-j pumpinir, I of tue t ty, I ax for 1825, 3,83; Tax for

rTt\' f- \\tlultl M"' the countiy ia a worse con- morial was written, we had no ndl' ; ",rind stotius: ail at the same time, 186 $+,>2. John Quiiicy: Adams.

1.iiu-ii (1 il 1\;ull c it could! bo) lalhtri than tu eH became rtlllllr was new, much was wanted and I without requiring;; either rest or refreshment I Tur.ier M.rk, Lot No. 19 on Cuna Bv- the PresidentUEO. .
from the face ol" the it: necessaiy to send one. Since then I and 1 26 of .
.au' ::/' mask taken Reding street Lot and feet GRAHAM,
and I. 1 hhour of )h-ist
savins t .e a
) :
;ji 1.;!:::le:, lua.V say, I Lave all e.idy made the 1 people have had a Delegate, to whom, "vb (, 21 and 22 on the lJa-. Tax .for Commiw'oner oj the General Land Office.
"naked I all well as the Council,their wishes can be :30 men. Afier this 1 l; : /'uctotum \ : s23
jr.s
ns
-,'1III'! ol our predt-ce as aKimird S1i,7S. 16-25t.
should tleiast.: As intidt! L.IIU#n. The Legislatoi i do not seem has its ;:
filha'k"and I
ensr.ijreii'.ejits
completed present I Joseph iaul.i Lot No. 87 on Sevllequure :

it \\.i$ intention, lion.\CI. to "lay it o- to recollect, when they are directing theDelegate one of our men of no l o liS" from the i Lot No. 24 on liaylen Street, CAsToLNT BROOKE, ) .
) that they are not his constituents, I Florida, 1st July, 1827. 5
tlie Lone" and to .;ru ii.I I'.eSI.I -
II) ; Lots No. 251 and 26lou Garden and 1'al-
1"0 snlt'hbut! 0111I I lit: out of 2-SUU: and that East, has undertaken to instruct it in WILL receive proposal 'till the 31st
"take them
r'.t! and the l'f'Op1t111 not afox Streets I
/ J.J urpansNo. 4b and 87 Su-
l.oi'i ns" siting4U won't do". I snail con then Memorial', puipoitnig to present the the art of manufacturing pVils.nd LJurUi. laxtbr 185 October ensuing, to furnish tbe Troops

I iciiif: to UM- the language of tluit eminent "innocent picjndices" of the people! is not window sashes, and turning wooden ;; $J,98iTaxforl82o of the United States' Army that are, or

(l1tl'"tl1.lUrm.. i'ltt, "1 will nut sit nncoHr the expression ol I a majority no not of one I dishes.I j3,75.'S may bcslationcd at Cantonment Brooke,'
hiteheaJ and 8
No. 7
Lots
rICH is threatened, in\' fmnth of the J'cupleJlOm they! piofess to
.,unl! w libcily or \-
Jfoyti.We published, in onr P:1" on the Public square Tax tor 1826: $4, i'ithI'U1SH
leprcM'nt
(:\ I l.tior look in silence! on public iobt ?ry.I BEEI'
mil! fii'i'l lily e"tl'avfrs, at wlintner hay It does not contorttth, the miid ]humanity of Satmly: !last, a lettf-r !fom: a 04J; ; 1 ax for 18 J6 $4,041.
of our Laws, to eviHcesuch a persecuting per Jolin! H Cabiiave, 1 Lot No 349 Tivoli, from the 1st thy of January 1828, to i in.
,:idto tint; the ajjrc<'O"s justice w ho- iriend at llayti mentioning a plot aganibt elude
the 31st of December
I mid poH'iptiCUI1l'St' against 1 Lot No. J. opposite the Ti\oli and 1 day 1828,
t .t.! inajk protect them in thvii villainy, Boyor and that 1 lour( government Lot Market The beef will be required t. be delivered
"* free person, of colour. Tiiey have cci tain near tilt Place. Tax for 1826
ami I'Ul'l'" p.ulake oftheplnndei.
I Save u enriraxorfd may to show, that we have I tint utral and constitutional I rights, and those officers Ind been shot, and tWm.ited ( 11UU. to the Troops two days in each week
who! in Florida the ef (the days to he designated) in such
iuifinpl 1.1 tieaviry, imtwitlisldnding the animal Vs ere pnor to change their trill.V have: since C. Evans, quantities
Go have also scented bTieatv as shall be required for their rationson
of That ( iuineti lights >
11111n1 Cosigress. received the Fort Prince FeuiUedu
mpPI| tPI au Collector.
."; i if you tax their )piopei_ Milieu their City each dxy.-And 1 deem it necessary to
nut juottctrd, nor I
'I' aie wrongs prod
i.i I ::,iit Thai i-; % iirlit of persons and l'oloUIII1.III will ,njipuse you have strong Commerce, of the Sill of Jukv, Fensacola, August 24ttm1&27251'IOXC. -itY apprize thosr who may choose to offer to

'y are inse nie. Ciiminals let lo-tse. objections to the Jailer Others will suppose I which contuinv Hover's Pro-lTiiation contract for the supply, that the beef will

Ihat this of Legislation is and i, be required to be of the best the marketcan
\.l\hJlt trial-ilteir ciiincA unpunished severity juteided I on the subject, st: tin*; ti; I /'st
have bee. iend-! to indicate what you do not feel j an order ot the Directors of the xfibrd, and particular attention must
.i jj..t C'nurth ol Justice ; ui| I fUIiishtBCIIt of lie Ctr; .. t r-ri, amid B ,
time t'rable Lahich I Do not be. like the 1 imii1i mu's slick, so raig lit | t- Joint Stock of the wharf fund, made be paid to the butchering thereof as a ri-
.1 ("rllIt: tj! UlI
( bend if It.aai' assurinir the io(.J r'tiz'-n-; Hnyti: of Oil the 13th August 1' .7, a second mnstal- of it will
l.,ne bron eiia ct t ti. Tiie public funds i as to over ; and poor Augur i I fid inspection always be made.
should have before Con- do the of i tin1 government. The ment often cent is required to be pa.d '
pouted Iiy (. oig.I c's. wa>;ed foi iiupiovint a petition ':, cueiiiy per Perus offering to contract, will make

... piirpu.-cs.) HCpt'aleCaUt'mpts at he- not reproach the Delegate, for presenting President t s.v.o: the army-" The u/ the Share holders 0:1 the first Mouua} their proposals in writing sealed and delivered -

it, or even for sending him a I letter of advice j of October next. J. G. DRAKK, this
to
,.'iatiun wnith c\infc an entire profligacy crime of a J few oflicers ':lId subalterns, me at place, stating the
i.i' lIuraltlill
11-\, many of our Legislators have been cor.ipassion 0 Uncle I( Tobv-this woiid is. cannot an army Pensacola, August 17th, 1827-24-tf. they will furnish, and they shall be informed -

v.o'.lv; : inro'npetcnt t \ and hat then stnpidr big enough for poor Isaac and us too. I which has deserved the gratitude of of the reception of tlieir proposals, either -

:: Ins Ix-en equalled by their} depiavity.l'a If the Neucleus should ;invile you to a. the nation: nnd ret lins ;ill I my confidence. 1&sca e\l I'roivi \\\fc Jail by letter from, or on personal application -

< tateol things! reqniies iume clJinciit dinner H day or two before the aelJ'ouruI ."-Haiti iiwrrmerican.\ of this City. to, me at Cantonment Brooke, on

incasutes: for ft.tll"l'I hope I shall mrnt, and by many coaxing speeches and |i ipoit. the day above mentioned.

r-it fti.td'CHI, not k.hloilt who you arc. .- blandishments, endeavor to extort The '. (Ijl4f/j1/ PillCl'Scotch ON the night of Thursday2nd JOHN PAGE, Lieut and
evil be from A piomises of which constituents recoguiMMl one of his female August m*t. a Negro -
l-\ s i;.cfetmg how one great may your pastor contined Asst. Com'y. S'u&tf
ai.drd.. would not approve] take the dinner, i i ; silting the road side Man, as u Runaway -
; I p.irishioners; ; by ,
calls himselfHANSON No proposals will be received after the31st
and like the old man who said ;
; nothing uu-
: ofEiqhtDolla
l ul'grl' :pprojniitc. upwards little fuddled. \ 7i11
a you just help of October 1827
1 "'aand :'?. annually, fur the mil- til! another matter was decided, then come _- ,
out. Do not promise what will he me up with my bundle, ri,d h mon 1" -
f.j:f ..nd ;pay of the .Menibeis of the Cuun- you I J} fitlKEE or Four Gentlemen, who maLL /

,1' ; },ri.ltu; the Laws (itot nil:, ), l'outin-I made to unproiaisc when *you go home. said she, as lir s'opprd.-"F.e, fie, and says that he is the property of Jehu < wish to retire from the bustle! of the

,>. -it '\ciiv-si, St a tiomar'! and Clerk-hire. I Do not allow them to surpass you in Janet," cried lie pusior, "to see the Evans Winchester, Mississippi. Said Town during the Summer months can

At tnecon<>;ii-nciuicnt of each session all' what the French cull polilcsse ; praise their I like o'you in sic :a pi rIll : d 1 > \ou negro man i is about 24 years old 5 feet be accommodated with comfortable boardat
in'-ule! of each! of tho>e beef unii toddy, as much as they extol their I J Jown
f: :I:1.IIl' cMiild be inches stout built of the Ferry-house, on Deer Point and
p.liticIi and if become know wii"re all drunkards; go 1""Ay 7 or b high, very is ;
ic-j ; they impatient,
it'aI.: and H Ilesolntirnor: Act p.bS od. have the privilege ofthe when
rAther a yellow complexion and halo a scar ferry-boat,
like tile Lawyer who could not hear until j jhe sure' siid .1 i :net "thpy'jlJst jowhar
'; -1 "'dir miis" ifi : ,
'1'I'1! '! : (i if the former n n : his thumb. 1 will reward coming over with .
right give a passengers.For
lilt tilt fee admonish them la mode j on j
Luii the Gotf.-nor to di.iw on j jTrusiiry a j drink! to be tnt.
tr1o' ) thl'l y drop o'jjudf
Slate fur the whole de Pans" that thai l is not the place to have of six dollars, (being what the law of the terms apply at this effice.

i4'fl. Let ol him the United ea'-h Member his toia- \ politics run dovvi a man's thruatitlt I A paper Cain Ie(1 "the Fool's Ga- Territory allows, which it is probtble: Pensacola 15th March 1827-2-'f. ..

pay I; beef-steaks t anti onions. On at I /.ete" is said to have been conimonrcd would be increased by the owner of Kan- .
ji'u'ation, ;ad1l1ilt1i'a, c, {% wnica will : tiling a ; NEW ESTABLISHMENT '
time, was the UHf xim of a celebrated! Canii-1 son,) and all necesrv expenses, for the
J"M vent ch.nt for 13tK miles when :lul:) I in Prussia!;!, in which probably

Hilly \vere tii\illed and ihe other accoUnts -i nal. Do not be intimidated bv* Oilh'as I I are published: all accounts of duels, apprehension of said Negro and his delivery The .

; ami traiiMiiit ail the vuncheis at I terrible! and numciou: itS Dut.turIul"o! ; ;, to me in llilcola.: .q |J

1'iicu. The ontrv on the bookof the Tiea5Uiy nor bo taken in unproductive e 'loiaaj ruins by LramiiiLr; and speculation, F. S. Chapman,

wonld then-'Ije "lli-mittcd fctKiO on tiie ffcd-for fear your constituent naj smuktyou. deaths l for love, and accidents from City Constable. Eagle Tavern.

day-of in :)Ul*u.tIlCe I LI te t 11J)C ran cc.
i Pensacola, August 3rd, 1827-24-tf.oz1 :
of and "acromiteil fur by vouch- I must forbear, otherwise the devrlopemciits -\ --- 11 11TRAJ'ELLER'S
used
Bonnets were formerly to COYer AND
i'r-received hum the (iotcinnrJB": A.C may make such an impression, as I OWN MAGNOLIA.
This: will pievenitlie! endltf&s confusion of was ciealed in the mind of the uuthoi of the and protect the head ; this is obsolete : in the new Tuwn.f Magnolia REST.

St'ii.h.i; e'er\. pdt accoimtof cacti :J\leni- defence of Warren llatiogs. It i is said! he i I altogether antiquated, \1I1 ar.- i lOTS offered for sale. This place lit ,;; TilE Subscriber informs the pub

t>-i. lerk, or btationer to Washington for refused to hear :lr. bheridan, saving "he Be sure not to Jut i/nur bonnet (m.1ollr s'tuated: 8 miles\ from Fort St. Marks on siM lic, that he has opened a house

(''!Ii'nlt'l t. could not be convinced." Being persuaded head it comb the St Marks' river and 15 from Tallahassee. II .LLU of Public Entertainment, :n the

1 in .,';ivlatiie] Council can provide that to go and hear him, however, at the end: of i ; hang upon your The. river can be navigated to the : house formerly oocupied by Maj. Hall

the Lnns shall! be published in each ncw the first hour he saicl. it is very strange" or somewhere-why should you hide 1 I I Town by vessels drawing 8 feet water. for that purpose, fronting the public .

rnper, which is authorized to publish the at the expiration of the second-" Mi. Hastings I your pretty.. face 1AUIUVKD... The siliulion it hitfh, dry and healthy ; square, which he has fitted up in a con- ,
l.\vi of the United States and that t.- hall acted very improperly" and, II .--- -- --- ---- !
; it IMS two Sulphur Springs in the vicinity venient manner for the reception .f tra
:')('II as a Law shall haw received the at the teimiuution of the fOil tim hour, he
sig- one of"which is only 200 yards from the I vellers and other His table will alwaysbe
ii.u-.ne of the Executive, n copy hall be exclaimed Wanen Hastings is the n\:tdcpiMvtd !i ib ) smFv- Public Square. They arc said to possess supplied with the best which the ,..-
ir.t-ivmiiteU to each of I those tor im & corrupt scoundrel on F.arth1'! !! I
pnpors 8. ; great medical qualities.For market can afford, and his bar with the -.
nn-.li.iie ::0, for fear mav form u bad opinion ofjkuur I
lublicatitll1.:1" I j piomul you ,
>
ga- further information of Terms &c.apply best of liquors. No exertion will be
tttl l would he received ill Couns us Laws, ; JJHdt'ccS, and think it strange tie\! i,
to J. G. and N. Hamlen Si. Marks. wanting on the part of the proprietor
were n<-'. licfoie: now, torn down ill theirtiaeks"
bi-iiig publi i.tied hy Jiutiu.rity. Ol, to :I
l'o' \ : ( to Steele, Tallahassee.St. to render general satisfaction to those
or Augustus
I wish better and
*.ue tin' tiouble of CUpill) i it here should .vuu success ; ,
10th 1827-24-tf who favor him with their .
with bid Marks August may company.His
b: a tj\ernnci't Press (an AilministrultunI" great icspect, you good night.
;-, .) ur tli" seat <,I' G.t'runltlItllidl LycUl'guS. \ t o l.en aco\a. N. !). A plain of the town Magnolia stables are well calculated for a num-

__ __ __ ._ may be seen at this office_ act of horses-and a good and attentive
S'n'uM' have one Ldifor lon enough to conwiili _._,_o__ 0 -0
Mr. riilor.-Y will he -ratified to Ostler will at all times be at hand '
flu LCt he could be requited to give tinlti.di.tte [ NOTICE. -."
hear th.it Jam. \\'cbb, has hern elected to Families or Gentlemen who nay wish
putilicilv to the L.IWS Iii ins Taper, represent the filth district in the ensuing August ISih.-Schr. Coaster, De hereby Given to all Perbons whatsoever can be Accommodate! with pnvate apartments. .
fICHU
which the other 1'uulisheis could aS
t lc14I. The only tiling, in tbii latter cop arl:1nI'mcnt Legislative Council. Tiie cuirent of public Salie, Mobile. Passengers : Iessrs.Logai that 1 have this day turned oil'my GEO. FISHER. .
opinion which some time previous to the wife Elizabeth Home from my bed I.MJJIUO.L'Z
: Buiisit 15 1 tf
to be tlai sled against will beniMak and Il.i-ris.! Tallahassee Dec. --
!; -leciiMi, had been directed bfalse state- and Board for causes too scandalous to
a of thousand E.NTEIMID.August : .
one
ort; Muiially
rm'nl.s ami unjust charges into a new ami make known; therefore I forewarn nil persons FAB.3EB2XWe
)"-tl s in the date ol Ja'fila 1 \ i', hunt -
a Escamhia ,,
Srhr.
unusual channel, returned in full force on 21st.- whatsoever from trading with heron wish that every mend of this "
t .cr,
hli lt inconvenience coiiijiaied
,
1 i\ui1 le! susuiiHinn; of Cytiits, and tlie the day of trial to its ii:to rat and propei Hurley, St. Walks. Sundries io order. my account as 1 am bound to pay none journal should understand &n<) that they
] \ur-\\ course, anti carried our friend triumphaiitj this 30tt JtJly.181.7. make it
TilTS of ; unknown CLEARED. ol her contract, would have the kindness to
benj governed
'! .J.! i is tnc Lourte; in Miclii:. an and we iieaiiiu j, he, on it. surface, into the office, for winch August I 18ih.-S( !ir. i\lw.1ia! Ratch, Joab Home. known, that to cny one who will prO.
t is well ] talents information
so qualified by remit their
01 obstructions in udmini ::ration of cure four subscribers and on
tue II and integrity. Major Webb h-ts a New Orlc.ui-: ;.iro llSUO( bricks ?4-3t. of
j a-lIcc-no general I j:t.dc'1i! cries. account S20, we will send a fifth copy
majority of seventy two votes, over his op- by Kopman afJJ liver.I'J'rJ. NOTICE.
tie Council sliouid also direct, by Law the American Farmer without charge-or,

tr' whom the Acts, when punted in 1hll1"l1t1r.. Hopson. .-St'ur. ,.". ,.'imhia} Burley I of Administration with the any one who will procure vf subscribers,
The citizens of the fifth district
P:1UlPh-1 to LETTERS
l h't form, should be del'vc-ic:; l, and ought Newlr'z.; ; ;_:cro 33 bales cotton on the Estate of Jo- will be allowed to retain g5 on his remitting -
feel themselves much indebted lo
.' tt.t: l ht Council did, th.jt several hundred I. the great folks in the Big City, for the some interest of and 4OO, ; : nrkby 11. Bond. SKPH NOIIIIOA, late of the County of Es remaining $20. We beg also
copies should be in different cambia deceased having been granted to that all hich is
placed parts they displayed iu their local concerns, '.; .ViLEO.August to repeat, necessaryto
)* tl.o for sale and that the Emeu by the lion the to subscribe -
Territory pro- and the personal regard they manifested, Mrs. Noriega be done by any one, wishing
CI'cd should be remitted the Territorial3rtHiicr. 20tU.; S. Transport County Court of said County ; all persons is to enclose a five dollar note by
the late other occasion
on as on
: It is not supposed lhat the For their polite many attention, in furnishing Sclir. Flon.la, Baker, Tampa Bay, having demands against siid estate are requested j i mail, at the rid of and addressed t. the

.l'rnlvl"has lost much for the last several one of tht cnnrlidales with printed tickets, via St. M:;rks. Passengers, Mr. and to present the same immediatelyand Editor fthe American Farmer,Baltimore"

>earj, uy the failure to conform to this cus- and pointing owa circumstance, which Mrs. Le Baron.. Mr?. Bell aud Messrs. those indebted arc de ired to make -and whether the money be received or

1l1UJ ; as it is generally supposed the Acts would have enabltd ill dirpascd persons tu Williams add Yonge.wi'.l' I payment not, the paper will be forwarded immediately

"L"I'r tre not worth buying; but as we hope forthings contest the election ; they are entitled to the ._. -- Jill de la Rua, and the actual receipt of each

from you, a syMera corres- sincere and grateful acknowledgements of ------- in tact for number of the volume will be guarantiedby
"41iIu the people. It is to be hoped that they are Emelia the Editor. '
be adoitcd.lt fully satisfied with the tumult) of the election un erbi"d until the 10th! day of Noriega, American Farmer is published
istr&irix.
Jldm in The
is fully to say the Council cannot pro- that the effects which their for furnishing the following
and happy September, of
Skinner
%'ie! forthe in which Laws shall weekly, by J. S. Postmaster
the
manner I
watchful care and judicious interferencehave maleriab! for'Vw'lltF Laborer AV anted
I fine the size
be puLlished ; when H has power over all Ualtimore, printed on paper
the time will
produced at secure -
Jbtfu] Mibjects of Legislation," and ha&cquutly > present 1lLlNG.. soon as the mechanics employed for i ordinary newspapers, folded so as to
to the good people of this a AS
i.i-1-cikfd it over unrightfullub. county building a wharf at the Nary Yard make 8 pages ; about one half or four
their favois
continuance of VIZ.
.7rCI, The objection made is, that the Uo- cf shall ariive, which U expected daily, 1 will pages, devoted to practical Agriculture ;
840 Stone.
HrQor is required to hare them publish- Jackson. perches from hire 40 able bodied young men, ef steady, the remainder to Internal Improvement,

4."".o tie Governor is to fee that the Webbville, 14th August J 27. 1500 Cabbage P.ilmeUo tree logs, i industrious habits, to work with them as Rural and Domestic Economy, selections

laws are fail b fully t'x cut "-k does not 1 Mr. Editor, you will please to Mate that 12 to 22 feet long. from 12 assistants. They are required to be familiar for hoa&ekeepers and female readers

tu1Jo,' that UK ia to i.iakc the Laws, or act the toisU to the President of the United 400 pieces lan e pine timber 12 to 14 with the use of the axe and the augur and and Natural History and Rural Sports. -

** JLtiiij-iiiau, or e.('U say who shall be j State, given at Webbville on the 4th Jnly to 40 feet long and from otherwise well qualified for Carpenters' A minute index and title page t. tile

Han -l11al. The Hxecutire b to see that! !\ 1827, one by the Committee of Arrangements inches square laborers. If on trial, they are found to be ,L ole volume is published, and forwarded ;

*' Laws are faithfully executed, but thegld..ture and the other, by the Vice-President, Proposals will also be rt"cei.ed the of the above description, they will meet with the last number of each. volume.A '

have the right to say in what were greeted with cheers from a few indi same time for furnishing 90,000 feet of with constant employment and receive single ny. Set will be tent to any one I

tJaunr uuJ heart Yellow Pine \ 13 feet, lon$ liberal compensation, proportioned to their
by whom they shall be execu- viduals. plank. who nay desire to see a specimen of the
ted. bo the Governor required to have .-. I I clear of the stump-s'ied, 10 inches wide qualifications; to be decided by the master publication. f

the Laws published, and the Legislaturehs [from the Black JiocJ:, N. Y. Cizzcf Sc.] I and three inches thick. workman by/whom their labors are.direct' To all Editors who will give the above- f

ve the power of d ectiitg by whom, in, WUr poctr.-\Ve have been j Persona wishing contract for any of'I I ed. Theywill be allowed an agreed price one or two insertions, we shall feel much I Ii
-hat tuknt.er, and under what rules they the above materials, will pfc* e make per day,they finding themselves (food, loth-
s&U 1.y pub4lbhed. The firbt Council exer.. much amused during the present week, their propoiub in writing. ing medical attendance, & and subject to i indebted,and will gladly reciprocate their
cited lliis the oflabour and for all lost lime from whatever kiudnesa.P. .'< .-
power and it wns uot questioned_ ia observing quantity N. H. Allen ) a deduction '
I erhap* there wa not the winu neeettity, ( variety of functions performed by a cause it may proceed. S. The American Farmer it circulated -

.for questioning it then, a. now; for- at thuappropriate I small water wheel at the foot of our Wni. Sebree, .og ;am'1. R. Overton, through every. State and Territory, and "15 t
of the most distiorguiabcd ,
written for by many
harbour. In laying the foundation Peter Alba,' ) .' Navy Agent 4 ;
ia the TJainii '
qu.l.tin 1 t [ fnuticil Canutes
; .ingd.\rll t 11 Autl87tf. .
7th
t4b \e.-.d.cr, of a aQ} ripi.U1iH. between, and part-. Penswola August 24th ,1827-25-3t. ; FeuCola, .I _


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t share credulity who do nevertheless a most wonderful, coin Gaston, of which I ucvcr
t men whose characters were neverquestioned January, asserted in its columns, that on ordinary The he exercised his. in Late e0mplalne i .....
General
Jackson labors
Gen. cidence. never voting '
com- R
that in.t
: I had come out "openly and avowedly not believe Secretary of State. roe a:
\ ,; Of all the properties which belong in favor of Air. Adams." I challenge under some extraordinary delusion.It municated to mo his professed intention I must have gone counter Had to 1 Voted for h'. l '
t do that he may ur eby way but left me iu inure ignorance. pie 1 of public life. ever Y flne'l..
to honorable men, not one i* so highly the production of such a paper. I i is possible my I believer hI'
prized as that of character. Gen. not believe that my intention so to votefor of excuse, for,,what must be deemed of his generous purpose ; like the : competent, and his election frau< I'J ht U1 aid I'}*
its in the his concealment meditated overture itself, it was profoundly concealed d angel" Atthis early I period of the I It.
Air announced
; Jackson cannot be insensible to Adams was culpable lie, }keeping Readily i,, view di .1.Q.
'it; value, for he appears to be most anxious newspapers openly and avowedly during corruption, that he did not like to from roe. There was an au- had overturned every thwhich otn 1'.P.lJ..' !

'! to set forth the loftiness and purity the whole mouth of January, or volunteer a witness before the Com thorised denial from me, which went I State, I believed. to be e,,cl'nliltl ',!*
r6
s ,t f of his own.-How has I 1 he treated at any rate until late in the month. mittee, or to transmit to it tho name the circle of the public prints, immediately lasting preservation of our !hbe i tier' itu' e

t' rnint'1 Dining the dispensations 0i f The only avowal of my intention to of his friend l, the distinguished member after the arrival at Washington mall recommendation devoid of civil but talent I and offerm ',no*

]i :. the hospitalities of the Hermitage, in vote for him, which was publicly of the House of Representatives, of the Fayetteville letter. In tary service, should not one be founded selected on P 11-

't if the midst of it noted company, com- made in the newspapers, prior to the although it is not very easy to dis- that denial my words are given.- minister the I G;> ernment. I believe so to ad..

J h;+' .IlusEd of individual's f from various election is contained in my letter to cern aiiy; just reason for his; volunteer- II They were contained iu a letter dated and shall consider the days of the COU\\'et :

4 States he permits himself to make j Judge Brooke, which is dated, 2SthJanuary. inO' now, which would not have ap- j I Washington City on the 18th j i!jmonwealth principle is numbered established." I *hn I bth an! OPhJ,ire'I

j K certain statements respecting my It was first published in lied with more force at that time. I day of April last, ,and are correctly :still believe. that now. \\ Ien cu-lcrel;.' ..1ihl

:, fiicuds! and me, which, if true, would} the Enquirer at Richmond, sometime But what apology can be made for stated to have been that the statement I I ti i.ons are in comparative, inf.mr> *jg** uu.the

"J" forever dishonor and degrade us. The in the ensuing month. I go further l his failure to discharge his, sacred du- "that his (my) friends had made time to establish r the} great .p.mc'military : .. I ,U

.. voids are hardly passed from his ; I do not believe any newspaper iv as an American Senator ? ;Alore '[ such a proposition as thc letter describes qualillcati al'>11I" u ur .1 3 ''b-
.J cl eat title to the Presidency. u'.. .
mouth, before they are committed! top in Washington ran bo produced, announcing than two months alter the alleged o- !! to the friends of General right, we ", If *" *' ru
may run a ion ; tce of j Lu., ,
a}Icr, by one of his guests, and transmitted before: the latter part of January vertui( my nomination: to the office ; Jackson was, as far as he knew or believed ;I happiness, and gl.iry. If Wtf su.nh; lu, ',;t'

t in the form of a falter to another the fact, whether upon my avcell \\.- which I now hold, \\'a'malIc to tliejl; l utterly destitute of foundation ting out, we s'lall fill, as others: h-i\t' ftlen!| "

1 Slnie, where the1 are published in or not, of my intention to vote lorAir. Senate oi'lhu United States of which -!lhat he was unwilling to believe before us, and f fall without. eve.} a claim to

a iiru-spiiprj", and thence circulated Ad.ims.: {;en. Jackson's memory Gen. JuckMm was; thtm a sworn t that Gen. Jackson had made any such I the I regrets have nev.or-sympatnie r done G!.>n..;>Jac inHnkt.i.j." i! .
.a
throughout i the Union. And now he must deceive! him. He must hive member. On that nomination: he statement ; but that no matter with ingly, any !tjll tICC. I h.ire t.ikt-i pl.li'lft'knaa

pretends that these statements were confounded events and circunHtanc.es.Mis had: to deliberate and act in the most i\vhonfit hud originated ; ho was fully on every pmter occau, to bts:.>'. .,1 ."..a'

1ut.le't! "without any calculation that ( friend, Air George! Kremer, in solemn manner. If I were privy to j ja persuaded it was a gross fabrication, meritrd praise 'or the oiu;in.h uvi- ,}!." '
battle =Yew
riea.1s. .
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ticwere to be thrown into the public his letter to the Columbian Observer, corrupt proposal to Gen. Jackson,i of the same calumnious character n hi N > AnuV.et 5 ; ,
Y Z en enjoyed ;ncr satisfaction *
i journ.'K"! Does he reprovc' the I hearing date the 25th January, has, touching tho recent election ; if I had \with the Kremer story, put forth i f fort with the evo.it. I heard it to:' iht! .i-i'\r- :.i.a

indiscretion of the guest : who had"jwd according to my recollection of the entered into a corrupt bargain with t i the double purpose of injuring his the Boulevards of Paris ; ::1. : I (-a. '.,-jon ..'

};: thc sanctity of a conversationat I public !prints, a claim to the merit oi Air. Adams to secure his elevation, |public character, and propping the ;perused th! d- ..tl.: .i<"the 'Icti.\i' ,

thc hospitable i. -,;i'rd! ? Far fromit. being tho) first, or among the first, to I was unworthy the office! to which I (I{t
T he public is huieduloiis. It announce to the public my intended I was nominated ; and it was the duty himself j and for his friends ho defied ed, on the nnnks of the .t.a:M 1!,s.-; ( ; .: .."

cannot believe !hat Guu Jackson vote. That letter was {first( publishedat of Gen. Jackson; if; he really possess 1 the substantiation of the charge he- blood which they had( ;o freely ;on', :

would he so wanting in delicacy and Philadelphia.1 and rcturaod in the ed the information: which he now putsforward ;fore any fair tribunal whatever.Such ."- j ;disastrous field.'}fR alSlll. lciii! i: 'H :

decorum.{ The p.est appeals to him Columbian Observer Washington to have moved the Senate to: were my own words transmitted not then gratified ; and alth.,!::--!h !l,..: .
mortification .
to read the ofikiii ..
for the confirm: tion of the published City on the 31st January. How long Committee of and! : ;"',"'": .,
: appoint; Inquiry, 1 in the firm of a letter from a that they had ingloriously ds.-i, IerthIesa Wi-. .'
statements.; and die General before its date that letter wis writtenfor establishing: guil- to have: l thankful I
promptly by my preserved ;friend to a known person. Whereas for the EII:--;5S of r:.p
j Mresbos! a letter to him, in which Air. Kremrsr does not appear the National junr.ls: from an i' the charge which th*y repelled was arms of my country, and fJt (i..Hr!..; ;>

14 Ininosi; unequivocally confirms (says Whether there be any connexion between abominable COlltamillt ifn. As the (contained in a letter written by a person him memorable who! had most contribute tohe t cv' "

JVIu C. L'everley) all I have said re-I the communication. made by conspiracy} of George Kremer &. Co. then unknown, to some person al- made for victory.the purpose This of concension conciijtirgtle i Jr.otnow :

girding) the overture m-de to him the distinguished: memler of Congress, for.d, a short time before, meanly: I j' ;so unknown. Did I not deny the favor or mitigating the wrath of( "a.Jdc*:..

+ pcuJiiig the last Presidential election and that letterl)erhan l la Gen. Jacksoncan shrunk from appearing before the ; i charge under my own signature in m} son. lie Ins erected an impasjibl- carrier

t before! Congress! ; and he asserts explain. Committee the House of Representatives 'j Card, of the 31st January: 1825, pub- between favor us, and his I would scorn to acctrt

great deal more than he ever told rntl'' I I At the end of more than two years to make scud their clnr lashed in the National Intelli veneer ? any that HE has at endowed hands.me I with thank a soui m\i iil io1ca.U.-4

should} bo glad lOt uoW if all the versions after a corrupt overture is made to es, I requested a Senator of the ,United Was nut there a substantial dental of fable( of apprehension from the anger of

1 : of the tale have now undo their Gen. Jackson, he now, for the first States, when my -nomination i it in my bitter to Judge Brooke, da- any: being, but himself.

appearance} and whether Gen. Jackson time, openly proclaims it. It is true, should be taken up, to ask of the j! ted the 28th of the same month ?- I have. as yo'ir Representative, freely
1 will that he did "cal ascertained since the examined, and in my deHbera'ejiidjrinent,
alledge trot, as I have publication Senate the appointment{ of a COInmince | In Circular to Constituents
I my juslIc'HJdcnncd the conduct
I ray : of General
t culate" upon.{ the publication of his ,.:' of Air. Beverly Fayetteville of Inquiry[ imless: it shoulu In ray Lewisburg Speech 1 And :.lac.-sou' in same of our laJiaa v+a:;. I

leitor of the 6th of.J unc. .! J letter< the General has heal for
t The General states that tile tin- secretly circulating! the charge cessary.One' of our own Senatorswas I public life and conduct ? If General I trampled! upon the Coitituti of hi* country

o known envoy used the terms, Mr.Clav's : Immediately: on the eppearance at :: compelled, by the urgency ol his Jackson had offered to furnish: and to hae \iola-e-l the principltsof
friends to the' exclusion I \V that letter in the rue humanity-nme.'taini.ig these opi lions, I
: public
Washington
private business to leave
Washington
,, the name of a member of Congress, did not and could not vote for him.
therefore, of myself, nut-he. nevertheless prints, the Editor of the Telegraph before my nomination was disposed 1 who was capable} of advising his acceptance f owe you, ra.; friends and fellow-citi'teni
inferred ]that he had come trom assorted) in his paper, that Gen. Jackson of; and as I had: but little confidence t of base & many apologies for this long interruption I
>>
i me. Jov.vhv did he draw 'tthist inference had communicated the overture ; in the fidelity! and professes 1 s corrupt a proposition of the festivities of the day. I hope that

contrary; to the import of the i to him about the period of the election, friendship of the other .! was; con :. ought 110 have: resorted to his ray desire to vindicate their honored object -
inf.uiousand discredited witness and to satisfy you that he is not alto- .
V statement which le received.T Does not :;s he now states, but according toAir. strained
to application to It has unworthy of will
present my been a thousand times asserted and gethei them be deemed
not this disposition; to cleduco conclusions \ ,Beverly's :version cf the tale a Senator born another Siale. I was repeated, that.) violated .11tru'i: ons winch! sufficient.

unfavorable to me manifest: : the Since I Washington/ on the 10th afterwards informed that when it was luugtitto have obeyed. 1 deny thc charge; --'-. L__ -10W'

1I pirit: whirl actuates him 1 Aud docs of last month, I have understood that acted upon, Gen. Jackson and everyother -and-] am happy to hare this opportunity, N i'1" h):rn...... -) 'r.'l""I".Z'1''rID

I not Gen. Jackson exhibit tlroughout General JtC'LiUa: has made a similar Senator silent of denying in the presence of my assembled AND FOR SILK '
present was as COl1l1litdttlts.-The
General
iiis letter a desire 10 give a coloring communication to -several other persons to the imputations now made, no one requested the Kentucky delegation/ Assembly to vote At the Pensacd.i Bf) lstore,

to the. aetncnts of his friend, the at different and! at distant points. pre.suming: to question my honor or in- ;iu a particular way. A majority of that delegation a mplete a.tJfieral assortment of

I distiu ui IH'd member of Congress, Why has the overture been thus clandestinely : tegrity. How can General Jackson including! myself, voted in oppositiou -

bigbrr than they wolfs} justify No circulated 1 Was it thaithrough justify to his conscience or to his not inteudtogireanirnprrarirt'tnstructionq to that -request.: The legista ure did. I QUILLS
cue should ever I'C'iort0 Implication the medium of the Telegraph
: country ibis palpable breach of The distinction between a request and an
:hut from necessity. Why did he not the leading paper supporting the tote- public! duty"? It is in vain to say thaihe ; instruction vas faiailiar the legislature ; some of them of very superior qualify

I aSCl'r;:: n from the cr\ov if he hui! rert of Gen. Jackson, and} through hither s gave silent: negative vote. .Hu and their ruts! attest that the former is always ,O WanUd a quantity .of -Geese', Ea

come from me 1Va any tiling more o depositaries, the belief! oi'; thy was in of information addressed to the members -of the g1eR' and IVani' M'ingsIVnsucola.
'Jrai than that Gen. Jackson'shouldyscrn.iiri ] possession House of llepresentatives. and the latter 1st ltarchlF,2ti.
.I should be
daily and
c gradually !
wrgc which if
true, must have occasioned I only to the Senators of the United States. ..
rite! persons! who had: dpi!- infused into the public mind and thu the but I .lo .
} of
z rejection my nomination.: Ii not rely exclusively ou this recognized o t-O ice Hours.Tie .
teJ the envoy ? If his shocked &ciisiMlity i- contribute to the support of his cause: ? dues MI appear that any other Sen'r distinction. 1 dispute, at once, Citizens
) i'nd iiiciicn:mt virtue and patriotism : Tho zeal and industry with which it the right: of the legislature to issue a mandatory oPenca'laare resaecf-
tor the inform ltiolJ.hweo.tiEiliiolf -
: possessed .
-same; instruction request--n to take nJtice that:
-.vuiild: not allow him to !inquire: into has been propagated the daily columns to the Representatives the .
I was alike: due lo the purity oi'the peo,.}lc, Such a right: has no foundation Post O'Hce will untfornly be cl+.s -don
11);rtiCLiIIr..*, ou,ht he to have ha- o certain newspapers can testily of the (National Councils, to me, in the Constitution, m the reason orii.itwe Slln.by! at 5 o'clock P. M. ur.I3S

7.ardod the assertion, that I was privy Finding the public still unconvinced, and, as an act of strict justice, to all!I .;![ Ill lIgi. nor iu the usage of the the Mail.should be delayed' later tilanthoe
to the! proposal{ without assuring: him- has the General found it to be necessary the other inn ,heated Kentucky L\i: lature. Its exercise would usual hour .f arrival; in vhic.i: : case
public .
parties 1 bun manifest the OJicc will be kept at least one
elf 01'ihti fact 1 Could he after usurpation. open
> i not, to como out in I
proper person, It is impossible for him !hour.
to escape; The Toe Mail, although not due until
.nj."nn u the proposal continuing as the thin veil of Air. Carter I General Assembly! has the incontrovertiolc -
; through : from the dilemma! that iie} has been ri,hl to its 4 o'clock I P. M.;+ usually! arrives soon
opinion and
express to
:
In did: !, on !fiiendly terms with the organ Beverly's ? I enough to be 3 o'clock that
agency faithless: :t'S a Senator of the UnitedStates proclaim 19 v/i'hes on any political subject opened by so
t of it, have: satisfied himself if I When the alledged overture was or }has ]lent himself: to the circulation whatever : and to such an expression grent the Office is usually open two hours
t WlIC cfJ l1i.\a t of it 1 if he had nor made, the election remained umleciiled. of deference and respect are due; hut it ic not The Post Master therefore requests: that
time then, ought he not havo ascertained Why did not Gen Jackson then an atroci"u calumnyAfter obligatory The people, when, in Augu those who wish to enquire for letters en
the fact from his friend or from hold to universal and} the election, Gl.'n. Jackson 18:.!4, they elected members to the General l that day, will send or call before o'clock: ,
scorn indignation
c up] was .tlio first who ) Assembly, did not invest them with any ; and that he may be enabled to close theo
tint, during iho il ern uhg two and a the infamous bearer of the pro among eagerly; power to regulate or control the exercise 'Office at that time.

halt years ] The compunctions of l his posal; and those who dared( to insult!t I i pressed hi> cungratulaiious: : upon his the discretion of the Kentucky delegation in The Post Office is open on other days,

own conscience, for a momentappearto I Iiis hoiiri: and tamper with his integrity successful rivl., !f Mr. Adams had the Congress of the United .Stal':''). I put : from breakfast time until dark ; except

ht\'e: visited {iiim low mis the conclusion ? If he had, at that time, denounced (boeu: guilty of the employment} of impure it to the candor of every elector present, if' from 1 to 3 o'cockand! during the timer
he
election intended to part with his own right, o of opening or closing the Mill.W : .
of hip! letter, for he there does all the infamous means to eflect} his the
anticipated
parties concerned exercise of such
'sa}
f J may have done injustice to Mr. House[ of Representatives, aid established : ed to sully his own bnnd.s: by touching! t iu August, I 1S24. A

Clay ; if so, the gentleman infornvin:.; satisfactory: proof; the trot ti those of his. corrupt competitor. I The on/! instruction: which I received p. \ lllliaIl ,

; mo can cxpl 1. ." No good or 1 honorable of his accusation; there; might, and On the 10th of February, 1825, the r ; from a l legitimate. source, cinanntcd from a ;ijf.f & BOTAVIC'SGARDEN> : :
: r>
!
j respects p-jrti'm! ( immediate:
If.-r.y conht'luvnts -
man will do another volunurilv probably would have been, a different very next day after the election, G' u. |! ; aud that! directed rue to exescise:

any injustice. It I was not neccssary111.4t result to the election. Why, when I Jackson was invited to a public din- j Lay o,vi.discretion; regariiess of the will ,,;' I and Nurseries Loi. tst.d l, near New .

Gen. Jackson should have done at my instance a Committee was ont i tier Washington, by sumo of his i J!the legislature. You subsequently; ra'lticdmy j| York-WILLIAM H1=,CJ-:, Proprietor.

me any. And he cannot acquit himself t the 5th day of February, 1825., (only] fneuds. He expressed to them his'i| vote Ly uiifqt'ivocal; cka.r.ustrations rejHdtedly i -The new Catalogues; fur 1827, of this

of the rashness and iniquity; of his four days before the election,) appoiul- wish that he intent} be excused from ', l un'ut aid) give.i ua-hakes t' "alt silt confidence.ciiouute att.ich-You establishment. are just :published, al1(1.I.Y
your be obtainel
i grdtil, from Messrs. T.'snll .
t -conduct'towjrds nin by ret riug, at ed to investigate the charges of Mr. accepting the invitation, because,
thib'i iate day, to a pcrsou, whose nameis Kremer, did not Geu. J ickson present hiding to the net'W election! he said my persona! &:s! p'"oIl..tt! friend (Jaa"ge/ : !)ons nt d:. .!uce, w *.O ma: )" desire it,per-by
t withheld from the public. This himself) and establish their truth \ I "mv evidence kindness and regard, Clarke) to succ-fed me ri the Mouse ol I,e-I'j I dropping! a lint to the proprietor to that

'1 compendious mode ot administering: : Why, on the 7th of that: month, ttdays VU !! such 0' as you propose, might, by nuny, i t J. the I pH'< only"II ,ttives l jilnnale, she hn instruction i !u.m<;lf which subscribed 1 effectv'l!! h-ivtj it infant/! sent to them
rtrivNt c-
ju>iicr, by first h.l1giuSand then tryIng before the: election, when the be viewed as conveying with it exception rl. :iroii runiV It !jy the jireseiire and I frt-eo charge It may also be obtained!

J a nun, however justifiable: } it may Committee reported that Air. Kr ll1er I lU'lrml1jn, and feelings oft i' tin approbation of this vast .uni respectable j jI of frail the the Uniun.various Tins agents r5i,1 in'-?islnent every section whick:
I /
be, according to the precepts of the | declined to come forward( and that 'complaint, which I sincerely hOp* RSseuiblaye."j : was commenced anojt tiP! i..hlle of tie:
'llt-I.I"
Jackson code, is sanctioned by no respectable if they knew of for belong of friends." ;: again and again; t.'lat the co n,- last and
I any reason such I none my Aloro'ih ; te.-: !.,t.j :IT 1 last UM,umeil its present praCt" century, has kept ccrisUnUy in
1 ; system of jurisprudence. investigation, they would have asked m one month afier the corrupt [proposal cal f.->rm. II M"jfon.uiuli: naut whispers j creasing ever since, is by far tile .nost extensive -
: .
It is stated in the > r
letter
of the 6th to DC domed with tho proper power, 1 is pretended to h ive been received 1 ana uark summit' have! ureii clandestinely in the Union ; and, in addition to
of June, thai the overture made circulated, or ii I the immense acquisitions of fur'ner
I was but not having themselves any such and after, according to the insinuation openly unblushingly utter- ,
early in January aud that the !; ed by irresponsible, agents. They were years, the new Catalogue contains above
; second knowledge they have felt it of General Jackson
to be their
; dav-after a corrupt 1 I borne upon the winds, aud like them were 500 new varieties of Fruits, never oftered
the communication, it "was duty only to lay before the House the arrangement had been made between invisible all,1 l intangible. No responsible bef.wetothe public, and not in possession : .

announced in the newspapers, that communication which they have received Mr. Adams and me-afierthe actual: wan stood forward to sustain them, with of any other establishment in Ameri

I11\ ;. Cl :)"had come out openly and ;" why did not Gen. Jackson termination of an election, the issue: -ick.iowlcdged authority. They have at ca. The collection now offered the
avowedly in favor of Air. Adams." authorize motion of which 1 last a local habitation and a name. Gcn- ptulic is as follows : 172 varieties of Apples
a to recommit the was brought about according -
Tho object of his i oral Jackson has now thrown off the mask : ; 202 of Pears ; 76 of Cherries ; 139
statement is ob report, and manfully come forward to Gen- Jackson by the basest of:! and
Mutts It is comes confessedly forth from behindhis of Plums ; 25 oi5 Apricots ; 84 of Peaches
insinuate
to that the pro- with all his information The Congress means, he was unwilling to acceptthe concealed batteries, publicly to accuse i ; 20 of Nectarines ; 100 of Almonds ;
pO! I l which was rejected with disdain of the Nation is in session. An honors of a .public dinner, lest it and convict me. We stand confronted before 14 of Mulberries ; 6 of Quinces ; 16 of
b> General Jackson, was accepted the American people. Pronouncing ; Figs 16 Currants 15
important election has devolved on it. should imply even an exception a- ; ; Rispberries ;
with the charges, its I again do, destitute of all of
Mr. 47 Gooseberries Strawberries
promptitude by Adams. 20 of
} All ; ;
I eyes are turned towards Washing gainst the result of the election. found'.tioD and
aspersions whether
This gross 19 Walryits, Chesnuts and Filberts
renders> the fact as to the time : i ;
;;.- of the ton .The result is awaited with intense Gen. Jackson professes in his let- clandestinely oi openly issued from the 10 of Medlars, Persimmons, and Papaws ;
alledged annunciation very im and breathless halls of the Capitol, the saloons of the Hermitage
anxiety
expecta ter of the 6th of June-I quote againhis 15 of Barberries and Wliortle berries;
portant. It is to be regretted that tion. A corrupt proposition affecting words uto have always intended or by pi ess, by pen, or bj tongue; I 1251'of Grapes, comprising finest wine
and
(;Cll. Jackson had nut been little the election i safely resting my conscious integrity and table Grapes of France, Italy, Germany
is made i
to one of the should Mr. Clay come out over his 1 demand the witness, and await the e-
more precise. Jt it January acid the Crimea, and are priced at from
twas. early candidates. He
receives it is advised vent with fearless confidence.The .
and
own .
signature deny .
having
that the overture wrfs made and any 37 cents to gl tach--ther are also offered
. I to accept it, deliberates, decides knowledge of the communication i issue is fairly joined. The imputed in assortments of one dozen each, $3
: the second day after, the renunciation I upon it. A committee is in sessionto made by his friends to friends I offence does not comprehend a single for the first! $6 forthe second and $1-1 .
of intention took place. Now 1 ;. .my friend, but the collective body ofmy friendsin
my I investigate the very charge. The and to me that I would him the for the third assortment, and they will be
will uot assert that there may not have candidate give Congress, and it accuses them of offering selectedtusuitany climate from Maineto
notwlthstaudin'remains name of tho gentleman whom and me with
through sanctioning, corrupt propositions -
been in the Georgia. The collection of ornamental -
some speculations new J J'f profoundly silent, and, after uie lapse that communication came n He derogating from honor, and in
Trees Shrub and consists of
pre- PUnls!
about<< that time (although I do violation of the
papers 1 tf more than two most sacred of duties. The
years when the tends to have seen the 1053 and of .500 most
}period never Fayetteville species, Roses
c
y' beliethat there charge has been made after delib
'r.' not were any sptcu-I of another election is rapidly ap letter and yet the pretext of eration. Gen. Jackson has fwroyear voluntarily ta- splendid varieties, including 70 of 'Chi- ..
lationt so early,) as to the probable I roaching! in which he is the only a denial under my signature is pre ken his position acid without provocation. nese monthly Roses. The Green. House

vote which 1 I should give.4 bur I ompetitor for the office, for the first cisely that which has been urged by I In voting against him as President of the department consists of more than 20,0'JU

should be glad to see any newspaper ,time, announces it to the American the principal editors who sustain hiscruse. United States I gave him no just cause of Plants and contains all the most beautiful
which second after in offence. 'I exercised no more than my in- and interesting specie, known.
&o day ) 1!
early I public They mist bare more tllaa If this be aa unconeer ted, i it IB I c1iJutabJe privilege,ds on a subsequent New York March 20,

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