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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: October 13, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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VOL. IV. f Pri7idpia, non homine) PENSACOLA, SATURDAY OCTOBER 13th, 1827. (Open to all parties : influenced by none.) No. 30.

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PUBLISHED WKKKLV, BY I MlSCELt.AN'Y. I possible.; } \ We had smeared our I observation, showed a habit of speak- ;, O o. Flirts with every young man sh.

w. "TASSEL HtTKTT, I --- j faces with grease, and soot, or lamp- I ing, and a knowledge! of men, which j meets.
SOLE EDITOR AI!' PROPRIETOR I Iel black.V should have known could be t
From the Western Mor'hfy Rcneic. print'f c not acquired only by equality of i 21. Wonders she is not married)
Fii, usher of the Lv-soflhe United State at C.nci71Flali, Ohio. each other, except bv our voices, and absoci.it ion." 22. Rather more circumspect in her

I 9IJB.CR1PrIOlf-v..r I Half ZS 3 Revolutionary Reminisretice. 'we surely resembled: devils from the Ju''ph'i"lS King of Naples for two I conduct. 4

Quaiter year yenr 1 50 On throwing the Tea overboard in 1 bottomless pit, nnh'Ttlnn men.Ve year As a sovereign, he was condescending 23. Begins to think a largo fortino

Subscription payable in advance. Boston Harbour. placed one sentry \t the head of the kind, and gcn :rou. lIe | not quite so indispensable.

ADVERTISING.!' -Krciy advertisement t.If t.wlt;.rfone, in the middle &, one on the was ordered by Napoleon( to quit the j jtlrone I 2 t. Prefers the company of rationalmen
other with
We the
. ef the width of one column and measuring. met, day, a I :bow of each ship,iswe took possession.We of Naples fur that of Spain, to lltrtf n;.

.: not more than twelve lines of this typeiV person, and }probably tho only 1 sur- !f then proCEedrd l'apilly to business.We without ever being consulted. "lie i I :25. Wishes to be married) in a quiet

l insertion one dollar, each weekly continuance vivincr_one, who took a part in ihrow- boarded the ship! which W IS
f-, fifty cents rate.; IOU note.Mand. and wider figure ones work.at': rig :.!? Tc: overboard: from the Bri- moored b i the wJKiri, ;and the leader J1Je! hours after the I promulgation 26. Almost despairs oi entering themarried
the same
double pi ice for t.f! firiu rtion. Ad- I thh 'hipdni'tcllV s in Boston h,irhour,-un- I of our compiny, in a very stern: and of the decree which made him Kingof state.

veris-mends will be tastefully displayed', I ;: V one of the! me isurcs whichprecipitated I resolute l11anni1e>rortlprc(1 the captain I Spain and the Indies." He was 27. Rather fearful of being called an

$according the natisio of thorn, and will 1 1 the. l ItevoluiMU.! : tIIS'1 and crew to open th,' hatchways awl unwilling lo accept I the honor-but old maid.
l>p measured by matter of this size: t\ 11('. ii.me is os1'InV! \ ctla, a J"'. .tive
.TV hand us the, hoisting tackle androcns.Tl' Napoleon overruled his objections, insisting 28. An additional love ofdress.
intervals that i in- !
hen inserted at ( not i ;
ffrtod every week, from the first to the j iiti i ; : t l c-'pftin asked us, wlnt we /iJ6 ended that the interests of his family 29. Professes to dislike b-dls; finding

fast insertion) each insertion wtll bp rhsir
ell i as a new ( !; .-Amounts for I I i of the tunes of he veu 'I'.ble U.lhrdand tt WP were going to unload the ships/ ; of "I 1 may dip; ," said: he, "Murat: who 30. Wonders how men can leave the R

'advertising payable"contracts always,will on be demand.IP" made with. I Tappanso: well reineri'ltr: !! :. lie the tets and ordered him "mdthc crew has a 1 party in the army, and Eugene, the society of sensible women to

ho'e who Liberal wish to pdvcrtmby the year.Coro lives iu tin1? city, is turned of seventy bi'low, a.-suriii'; ; him, that if,they obeyed who, although young, has gained the flirt with chits. !

U +npni *s-tiaii4 directed toY.. five \"can. appears to bo iii robust: nu harm was intended then esteem of the nation, will quarrel for 31. Alfi-cts good humour in bar conversation
Jlnlif"n Hunt t'st MrstrPemncoia! Mill JH alth, :!lHI uncommonly rheertbl, although They instantly obeyed I, without mur- Iho succession, before you "an arriveft with men.
Tie duly attended to. it J is believed, his circumstances Jealous of the of
take The 32. praises women.
nuirs or threats. ')!]IU of our nuns om Naples lo it. crown
-..-- _. ---1LA are straightened; llu siaip-; it tr1 with, her
1 her jumped in thf hold, and passed : of i' ranee must not depart from our :33. Quarrels friend who is
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'f01' I'L6tJ'DA. ratio, t'lvensvivid impression;i ; of tli2 I the cheats to lli1 tackles.Vs! they family. Your }place i* in Spainthenin lately married.
f > feelings! that ;!ctuitr'd: }his: fvllo! accident 31. Thinks herself slighted society.
\vrrc hoistc.1{ ; on Jcckotars! knocked case of any yon succeed -
!Owr.s' 1H'n, on the or .:s-ou: of the them open with 'ixes, and oiliers! raised me naturally, and without any 35. Likes talking of her acquaint: ()

i 1.; bringing! the led imo Boston M.hour. them to the niling, &: discharged obstacle Besides these arrangements vl.o; are married unfortunately, ..,.

New* of the M"OM mnrsting; cliai; (ic- their (,oll:('ms a'et ll.ll1an1. All that terminate our household complaints.I and finds consolation in their mis
tcr transpired every. (lav. \ever; I Lucien." This fortunes.
were not neederl for discharging! : the give ISapKs to
was period so fill of t runnurs: aud (p- last touch affected J 3fi. Ill nature increases.
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tra from th,? shi'), went on board; the ; sensibly Q:: eph.fIp -
ports which hud not yet acquired tlu- I attached Lu- 37. Very meddling and officious. N.
others, anti waned: (hem! it:; to the was as tenderly to
hun iblc and bl>'ody interest to unfit! B. A
wharf, wiiere tin same ceremonies cifHlas 'straMgct! from his biother-in- growing penchant.
I them t for the tea tahltl.) The Patrioi, were rept-ated} is at the first ship. laN Murat. lie consented. 38. If rich, is a dernier resort, nnkes

An act to dctrimiKC) the compensation or saw that the fair could! not resist: i the U'hile we wer" IJ !Ilu.'.dill!.'", the petite; 1)'tl0- York Coin. Adv.fverv love to a young man without for-
the officers of tho Legislative; Council, & e sOlIngllfht fragrant (!\cragewith; tune.
: collected! i'i jji I oat numbers! about the -r
for other pnp rs. the discussion of these themes of uui-! Let 1Hl,1Ilind his business. 39. Not succeeding rails against the
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wh.it-f own
Be it enacted by the Governor and : : ;, to St'PVtat: was ;jioin; 011- 'I *>
rTs.d interest, and it w':is df:termilll'dIIJ Of all from the
deliver.
things SPX.
Le 51at Council u.f the Territoryi ] 'f 1 !lit Y ctowded :about us, so as to be us
le n ili' \' should not he led into suchirresistible h in \\" man who attends to his tlei ,hLor's business 40. Partiality for card and scandal
rune our e paid 110 atieuin.ii -
i,/ / / trmpiuinn, and that it : did i and leaves his own at loose commences.
to llii-m nor they :
allowed to the cleiks :Iud other officers I say any
should !br? removed by throwiui>. tbr | ends. A meddling is tonr.cnt 41. Severe against the manners ofthe
of the Legisl.ime Council, as a i ::'j.e/! to u:. They eTidently wished! i : body a ;
tea oxerho.ird. 1 Ii was; proposed! MM* I Ij to his neighborhood! and much
them! not age.
1111' ot
for their services, vz; : I us success ; r.oue! ( gave ait''JI'I1dtlot o '
compensation
To} Geor' E. Tingle chief ck-ik j young 1H'lt no known much In ta; I., i : !! GftUJat:' us. OI.M senHrtoi'rm'J comfort to !him-elf!! ; fur, continually 12. Strong predilection for the Parson

three hundred c dollars.! I ,fe inn liable l to he r.',ilv" nt."o'z';+ .j], !I '. ::':\,. ; : !, and could not inteift-rinir in th.t.llich is none ofi of the parish.

; should lead ii: tl.c !bijiiness.:: OL-I I i:"irrator \ stop any, who ;ui.iisld; on );tssing.! If I i his business he subjects himself to 13. Enraged at his desertion.

To A. S. Thrusion, for printing; believes, tlai: rn(:.-:.t of the per | ":th.d: IICCI1,11I1e! jtwH I,1 0" LttJ ... I j ,uu jusi reprin.r va 1Il..u.o i.... v.ulllj] ] 41. Birom! desponding, and takes
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done for the Council, elexcu hundred ous l'ctcd lor the occasion the 1 : .. ,, pUll Y ; fur, in that case, thrust I his l gratuitous services upon. i snuff.
--brace dollars PHI foiiv-oue .- ...:. '. ..in journeymen ; not w : It matters not whether it be 45. Turns
1\\'n If t l they might' have; comphlned; of us tti' -> in religion i all her nnciMHtv tn est*
ccnl few of them, as wi-( the case v :lit i politics the I and
!H cia auihorities/ 1 believe! our oh- or common concerns dogs.

Tt) James nt1 lies, Enrolling andEnsrossiiig himself, living with tory Master jJ.-1 je-'t in sfiiionin lite s:'nti ics, was: to !| of domestic life, let every man attend 46. Adopts a dependant relation to

.: clerk, two hundred fifty had hut .I fi-w Jjouis'varnin.f of Wihllj t {:'}!Hn:.ltiicjte; itn'oriuation; iiicasf ;veweic !j to his own business, anti then c\ cry attend on dogs. "

Llr''(., dull ;.r-, and tweet ply-live! cents. was in'.enucii: to be tint(:. 'Ili+' p.-rr;; :| hkeiv! to be detected !Iv tit(; civil man's business: will be attended to.- I 47- BM-oine>disgusted with the world,

: & which he took! in the blbUf':: as;; ixLt'j i j or ':Iil v tilr.v [ on-er. They were Advice comes soon enough when asked { and vents all her if' humour on
C. -
Sneil.Enroliiug Engrosslaii
ed as follow, and neaiiy< rt i tins OWK jwoids. j and likes I1JneighLor' thi! unfortunate( relation.
clt-tkone hnuiiedsbty-iwo: i doliais )':rliCPub1l}_" C irti! : ,ed.... in '7rivp ii) nc tice no nnn to have I :
i in L'jjeiuiy I.:wtiu toicr.e down to noae,: g/atuitou-Jy: poked! 1 into Volt.-TI: KJCS affixed to thea(,ove aru
and .sixtv-eighi: : cents.: .iltrred: tu lit this latitude -tine original
I labored.ns.i: jonrnevrnan: hl.tt'k-j ihaviiH.: r. !Dui; csr; rr.".;:! illr'ridanc J : ", his t family conc r-n", his out ofj i ;
commenced with 15 real 's.-Ed. Fen. Sax.
To 1 I'.iul MrCoimick Engrossing -
smith, wish! \\'e-.tern: au.l; ( ;lri:.Jeiiijihs :; \
alert d; Enrolling clerks one hundred ilrld by trade! \ :nnd !>iju-'c! vprofession. / j I Ai'c.t-e I upon any subject ; -dl believe it From the .Yetc-l'ork Gazette.

thirty-bltiC. dullais and twentytheceius. Western, at tlu-' ti-ji--; 1Yre stirtc ci l'ri-'lly I intrill -e 1 l..'.1":1 H.'.1 "":. !s their privilege to d.> what they Mr. C. S. VauViukle has just

was neutral, but afteru.jn's i I'ec't i : j jtory. the In'rnpnr we' r l I'.fi "tu! ,lr"I'.'r- I hink fit In their own pieinises, aud ; published a second, and an improvededition

'I-(, Dnmr-l 1 B. Douglas, Engrossing Our numbers! were bfviii n j I'--'tttu. Vc vrr? uviry !:1 an uutiertout to do it in their own way.: of The Printer' Guide."

an-"! Enrolling: del k, fifteen dollars & twenty eight and th.riv. Ol mv associates :, at I''Mie- .ii faui-ii-r! so 1 urge!:, a The man who interferes with the We have perused the book with much

tJjrt} \-t ve cents. I only! rejncmber tilt n.uoesofFrolhiii cup ol te;, J"rth'-' li.I M--, but were as business; of others, almost always neglects pleasure and recommend it to every

To Dan-el; C. Hart, Sergeant at b'ini, IMcad, JNIartiii ,lilt! 1 still, ;as I PIP) urjiunol the case would his own' and while doing that apprentice and journeynnn engaged:

Airi's, one hundred and fifty dollars. Grant. We were met togeiher one j I alllllif.! .Nu t.iorc \\n: d5 were usedveiy winch no one tnai.Lihim for, not Hili ill the art of PrintingWllich has bean

To A. W. Crews, doorkeeper, one p'eninntalkinrr, over the lyranny of .. tlnu) \dtf \ ;io'J.ltd! nece saf\.;', i, fiequemly peinnts his! family to come correctly &, emphatically! pronounced

]hundred and fifty dollars. British !govrniinent, suchathe heavy I t) u. l'i'ra t:1.t: ..:.I-. .uiiiances: y- i to want. No man who strictly at- the art }preservative of all others ; and

To Hector W. Braden, for one duties, shutting up the! port of Boston, I rn-T!, :,,1'; -,;; t Ttti.j-e. )jt4d! li oi: th,- leastkjnvlilnf tf'iids to what interests him will have : those of the profession should be,

dozen chairs, and four pair of shovel the murdering of Mr Gray's lainilv.; c!I 11". i lever' i irdref1 time or inclination to manage the con what 31 r. Van Winkle's book is calculated -

and tongs, eighty-five dollars. sending people to England for tii-d; 1 I J.u"t,ffj 1;i 111.\ 't ai';I ; ;:r.ri we hire'.r', hI' I 's. eriLs of his neighbors ; he will pursue to make them, complete nns-

To E. Tingle for making and sundry oilier acts of oppressiuii; !!i l'XPt: ,",. .:'li'" ti.i! p'lh'jugji it wns 1 la
three George of the hws passed, at the Our indignation! ; was incsei ,,rj bv l:I I iu '.I;!- I-t''.:.!:1':, viiM we Lnan'., we J the same ; he will be generous enough pursuit of man. Mr. Van Winkle,
:
session copies of hundred dollars. having heurd:' of tho ;m ival of file l e,,- 1 t ii.'d! di-!)-l il 01--.1-, ] 4i-e. whole! three car- to believe that other folks know I in his remarks tw master printers, very
1825 two t
I Is I 1 well himself. It i is
;lips at this time.V r a et't:(-'! th'it !'f I gtes Iear"! ;nllllllll" i 1IIWIl.! something as as I justly observes

To John W.> Lcvinus, for making the tca.IS landed: th- Iwul'h.| ', could 1- I Ii jiiu-y:: be st\'r!. .-il! that there was intolerable to be continually bored in i j cannot refrain from taking notice of

President's scat, railing for the Legislative i not stand the temptation, and would much (.ilk :i'jut! t'lis''! business next this way, in the most trivial every day | a practice that has in been other too prevalent"f our ii\
this
city-perhaps part
] room, and seats for the lobby, ceitainly! buy n. Wo came to a sudden i moni.-ng. The tones i civil: military business of life.Vhat is it to me, country ; and agaiu.t which terms .It re- S

forty-two dollars. detent.in limn, to m.ike sure work I r ;nd .,pi;'*, rrue! .i gl eat fuss, and called if my neighbor permits his cucumber probation cannot be too strongly expressed:

Sec. 2. J3e it furlfur enacted, ofiby t !! throwing it all ovj-rho.ud.c :,I dzt !business; divrrs hard names vines to run on the ground, instead of 1 mean the practice ofadvertisiug for Koyt d'
i who haro been time at th.' l hu.-tllt is,
t first t-dked ol firing; ihr !butve .: IVociam.iiiuns and! rewjtrds to furnishing them with bushes, as I door some
That the Governor of this Territory ship>, j pro- 1 would' ask, what U this but holding; out
authorised fe.iied the tit e would! i I cir! deteciion, were: all to no rubs his razor on an old book bound
l>e, and he is hereby, to coni'iv.intc.tte; to pur- inducements to apprentices to runaway
(-atF-a to be audited, the accounts for the town \rc tht'ii piopo.! iiiwiilg!. ; I pOSi'. \\'p })rt'tr'tdt'd. lo be as zealous cover, instead of the metalic strapor I I from their masters, or to quit them
i find! the prunes his fruit trees with a coarseor with impunity not bound, (the moral tur-
siatiotarvand other contingent expent I th'Mii, tut Wf' tli upped tl'i: :' Pll1f'CI.: 10 out perpetrators, as
.. fine What have I pitude of both being; the same.) thereby ungratefully -
the \\ ofHI talked! with the saw. right to
fill fear that 'I..dd ('
; incurred for the use of the Legislative ough we : ;il nii the rest. injuring the person who '
; belon could i tut'ies ahoii: it. 'A'e all so find fault with the dress or educationof may
till : were
Council.Afiprotcd. lown ; we get nt1h have dune every thing in his power to au-
January 20/A, 1827. with it. "We had! observed; that very I close ;.uid) hai, that the whole affair his fajuily ]-with the colour of his vance their interests, and rendering them-
few : rem-iineo'in! darkness. We hat or the cut of his: coat 1-And il selve liable to become vagabonds in so-
lomaiuedon
.- .. .- pet.sons board tIP ; Egypt an "
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.. ,. ships, & we finally concluded, that \ve used, sometimes, afterwards to meet he built a house, does it concern me .,
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) &t"I\.4" : whether it front north south-or
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l J and talk the affair or
could failing
Like
4I: ; possession themind; dis- over, never DOMESTIC.
--,-.--- ------- _- -- charge the tea iuto tile harhor, without to end, by drinking-'the hearty boysof whether it be large or small, convenient ---- -. .
America for !" or inconvenient 1-If it does not Louisville General
danger or opposition.} } The greatest t ever Ky. Sept. 1.-
-if it be my neighbor's right to con- Gaines arrived this Wednesday
objection to our plan was, that it would at place on
take such a great length of time to.. Gfn. Fay's History ofthe Peninsula 1Var. sult his own taste, in these matters, let last, on his way to Missouri.We .

llFrom carry it through, and render us more -We learn from our French papers us yield him this right. And if when understand that orders have

liable to detection. We agreed one i that the 4th awl last volume of this dipping our fingers in other people'sporridge been forwarded to General Atkinson,

work is published by the Countess'lifFoy. dishes, we chance to get who last advices Prairie
and all, that we would go on at the ( was, at our -
risk of our lives.V c proceeded: to The Journal du Havre says, them scalded, let it teach us to mind du Chieu, with a respectable

the Connecticut Mirror.It contrive the mode of accomplishing thit the most admirable part of this nobody's business but our owns force,) to chastise the Winuebagoes

rain What lady lo>es a rainy day ? our business. One of the ,hips laidat history is its "-rupulous! impartiality, .. for the recent murders and outrages .r

ftui *ri" who puts piumiella; on her foot; Hancock's what, and the other a exercised alike towards the French From the London Literary Magazine. committed by them ; that peace will
Xejinj around her neck, and silken socks Spanish English and Portu esA.- The Old Maid's Diary.YRS. until the
uncle-nor she few paces out in the stream, with their not be made with them mur .
Who Upon spoils a graceful her tast-el'd parasol yet along warps made t fast to the same wharf. I This is no more than the world had aright derers shall be given up I for trial and :

The walks, beau-crowded on some sunny t A brigade of British soldiers was en- to expect from man who boreso 12. Anxious for coming out, and the punishment, and the Territory between

noon, camped on the common, less than a excellent a character as the lato attention of the men. Prairie du Chien and Rock

Or trips: in muslin, in a winter's distant night ball. mile from the wharf *\'e agreed, in General Fov.AsJoseph 13. Begins to have some idea of the River, shall be given up, to be held
O i acpld f.lt igh.ride-to a Bonaparte has for a longtime tender passion. by the United States, as a pledge for t
She loves day who sweeps the hearth, oruer, as much as we might, to prevent '
And threadshebusy rainy needle, or applies ourselves from being discovered, I been a resident of tbe United 14. Talks of love in a cottage, and their future good conduct, and to con-

The srissott to the torn or thread bare to wear ragged clothes, and disguise States, and has gained many friends disinterested affection. stitute a sort of barrier between our
sleeve' << ourselves much We by his amiable deportnent, our readers 15. Fancies herself in love with some frontier settlements and the Indians.
Who blr.ses God that she has friends aud aj as possible. iii General handsome who has flatteredher.
take On this
the
home concluded to meet at an old buildingat may some pterest man subject we approve course

Who in the; pelting opine storm, will think the head of the wharf, and to fall Foy's sketch of'his character.He .- which has thus far been pursued by

Of come poor neighbour that she can befriend *m one after another, as if by accident, .I is describing Inn such as he. was 16. Is a little more difficult in conse- the Government. If the \Vinnebagocs -
; excite at the age of 40.i* His figure was quence of being noticed. should not be punished for tbeoutrage.i
so as not to suspicion. Alter ,
Who trims the lamp at night, and reads aloud -, He Commences fashionable and
having pledged! our honor, that we graceful and his maners elegant. 17. I : they have committed, they
was fond of the society of ladies, of dashes. would attribute our forbearance to
To a young brother, tales h..lonl to hear, would not reveal our secret, we sepa- I I '
OrTenturrs cheerfully abroad watch rated. literature, and thefine, -arts. From 18. Still more>< confidence in her own I cowardice, and fresh and aggravated ;

The(bed-tide i carne sick bufi t ring friend, his habits of life ani the style of his attractions, and expects a brilliant I outrages would inevitably follow. Go \ A.
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to decide ; and we think those wba ftppfy ISaWjobn'ia a'good iiurefelac.'j

.fn n7oes, and 'it i is liot supposed that r cspefct to ourselves iof( florida) wfe you pass thrOu tTtfieni. The diseasa : our articles to the times when they were actually Induttrioul, honest, and bra; .

p'M'i \vill he made] with! them! until I lave neither U. States'bank notes nor is not 'coiita .!oustli&[ notion has I printed, will find that we huve not Not Though afraid of hidfccUcrs his betters he when known mellow he must, hv4 ;

ihty >hall be constmined to atone for i pecic. Our currency i is Virginia, then been long since: exploded here as endeavored conceal facts or to create a Here's a Health, th. j &

ihtti! and be 1'aubht''riu necessity ( rolinHs, Georgia and /Vlabama, ail well as in. Savannah. The adult dangerous security at any time.
tutia1ies, natives and those who fcave had a From the Mobile Com. Register, Sept. 29- Rights of Man, make a very fine sound ;
that olvwit the Bank of the U. Statesy
treaties RS ,
01 the s;
resj.ectinp riches plausible tile
fall Up to the middle of the presentmonth Equal a ;
inav },matie; by them with the GoI> the way, and the course of trade seasoning, or spent yellovffever Out some must rl:ht and aoiae till the roaod, .

v : There is neither qi1p11cI1ptfroIu itfcjsfliiehce. ofjiealtb! }perhaps unequalled many S e's a Health,then, &c .
... (somel Specie nor'LI. arq L .- .
and while disease Deemed to ia-1.t > '' .
From 'he L'.'/ morr Amcriran.Jnli 1 S. Bank Notes amongst us, and j: Adult natives unquestionably years, That knaves boaldwi,lj a ?hare, 'ti.wwumi "!
supposed to be : vade the surrounding sea ports, we rejoiced 'Tif easy to gue at their views ; ,j
rnal Cumtnun ication. -Among t here is no piobability of their becom- I are so-strangers: ,
''Ti they who gain all by the pluntter'Tis
11
the liimu-rous t chem s of rnttrnalconitmmicatiim i ng the -currency.-The rpsult then I climatizcd, hnve sometimes been fa- I in our good fortune. Since that they who hate nothing to lose.Here's .

which the prevailing i s, that this Treasury order throws us tally deceived, and children and persons I time, we are sorry to say, some cases a health then, &c

spmt (It' the dny hilS; J given rise to, is' i nto the arms of the speculators, ami.] just arrived auho age of pubertyare of malignant fever have occurred, List of Officers of the H. B. M.

on. t.> nnke a ste un navigati from J rakes us pay a premium on our land ); subject to, and have frequently I which has excited a 1 little alarm. Oil : Ship Aurora. '

the l h:ad of Lake Erie across the ,vliich the Government never will ]j been the victims of, its virulence. Wednesday the Board Health issued Captain-CHARLES JOHN AUSTIW. [

couimy to the Mi i issis' j P'i -a distanceby t'rjo':: whatever extn imposition it ;I The constitutions of young people the following. Lieutenants,-Jos. P. D. Larcoin

the route Mi gested, of f 07() miles j II nuv be on us. If the good senso of |'I arc not esteemed to be formed here HEALTH OFFICE. ]Hor. S.Nixon, Charles Parker, IL J.

'This rout't is dnliiH' ated} by a Jonrs* !: > hall not interpose, we rely, until they exceed sixteen years of age MOBILE, Sept, 26,1827. ]Puget.

writer in tilt New York Stau man,) (:onfidenly: on the watchfulness of our so f far as to exempt them from the ac-I Although at the time the Board of Lt. of ..V'Irn'C. C. Pratt.

woidd be from tlie month oi! the 1 I M.tumec .Delegate to shield us from) this calil H-1 I tion of the poison of this great scourgeto : Health made; their last Report, fewer Surgeon,-James shorn.

ri\ (1 u Luke Kiieuptlit: river, j ity. \Vc have not done with this! sub-I. the inhabitants tropical climates." I of our citizens were afilic'ed whhfevuis Assistant,-Geov Laurie.

in south west direction, I 00 miles to j,I"l't'S.u j -.. than usual ;- still they had: tJ ..iufer-Gp, Heather.

:Foit \\ a\ flt ; ihui ovei t Oie }he.id CrnJ1.From all quarters\vehave I Mr.ncra, Pa. tugust.ErrUrd:7t:7ilJ 9. 1 admit the existence i of a t few cases Purser,-Win. Savory.

waters of the Illinois, SO miles, cros<- : I the hi/hi. gratifying! intelligence: of llirtks -A lady, \\ ttI'iug a mnliunant: aspect. Since Chaplain-Alcx'r.-.

ing I-ittle: citid El rivers, hr.id W n- : :fall: and iu'lriall.t crops of corn uid the wife of Mr. John Kelly, now Tt-l ill:it litt'.e IWMO eases have occurred e-

: tei-s oi l the Wabrsh!I.; then} lown the cotton-the! present long coinm- : siding \Volfrrrek tv- hip, ii vsnv"m i .> still }hii':.d. li'T mal jnity, and the Py the politeness of a gentlemaaon

I Illinois! ) which nm _'1 wr-t course for ned diought, though injuriouso '. county, ( Mercer. Pa.) recently from !I Huard mu>t now perform the painful; !: beard the U. S. S.bip Hornet ;

more than 1 no( miles lefoic it takes a rice aud su
southern duection, to the confiuence cotton picking: ; thus .nvtnifesling to children ai one h:Hi* They nil died Yollow Fever in the C;TV. Vera Crux papers (the Noticioio

of the: 1obti tsoI oi the: Vermilion : planters the propriety of a variety ol I lor'ly :;'Ier' .is v\r are inh) tllf'd by S. .MOJIDECAJ! Su'" Comercialy icntijico" &. the Vera-

: up the! former or across the country.to crops, as pome must succeed, let the I. the yhvsic'an; I ; vho attended( hor. i'revlotis The ne\v oases uf the Yellow Fe- r.'u*trno I.ibrt") from the !8th An?.,

lock river, doivn which to thoM.N seasons be :a-; they may. This 'ear'S 'I, to her :pl\'id': ; I L d l liii-l i\ tins ;'J me v-r since the ihox'e publication, have to the iGth September last. The

: ] >i i- ippj, 70 Iniis fiom the Illinois. experience further demonstrate*, thit; { ;: ladyI"H! \ ticu at ouco, an-J} on her, \\ ty l ll't'l't;ry few, if any at all ; ..*id as friend who translates for us, has only

.j\* 10 the lock-iLc, I he greitcst elevation I sug'r will roW and mature wiih or : hither, while in I tie SiiKof Now- t'lt' season i is so i far advanced, and the had time to glance over the two papers -

in the disirJc.t j embraced within \.j'thtlHt rein; giving us the hapiiy:, as- I York, :>!hi, hid ;also ///v/ -a one bii! tli- disease does not prevail yet to a of the latter date ; being the day
very
t :.1.. tH.:., el.n 1\1;.. .; .I\\i. onl) t'II' .fl1dfltC, that we are most secure in : making, in all, T\\fEL'r\ 'E children, degreetherc does not to I .iflno anniversary of lexicon I"'!, '

,: } Ks, dues! not exceed 4W feet ; in !. our most valuable staple.-ldun.. wi'Ym S month-J! Vli UPM> h bnl.! I great: much alarm the appear citi/.ens: pondence, they are filled with matteras
UX.M
among
i.oitu plar( lint SOU,-in a triangular were premature Too lady dud her leavit of have relating to that event ; the Veracrusano .
I \ -at none consequence:
; ;.ien ,)f i' 40COO square miles. The The trunk, the disnppenrance of: husband; aie he.l!.!!iv, frc.h, .\ &)UuLS been! i induced to remove out of town. particularly, contains along list
1<., l"c:: .: would not probably, therefore I; ( of the most rcmarakble epochs, re*
which caused the death of MARTIN looking people aiil! only IWO
,, I j jSJ yei&aarnied. Ties! ::s near as we canjud, is correct -
exceed 1000( feet ; and such a' at Hamburg !lately) and ihe consequent speclino that part: Americasincethe>
; fe\v weeks
\\huu
: __ __ .___ .. so 1I.r. l; days or
cand: would I lu tu.-fit directly 21,000 -'S ---.r-. I 1492 which is an important
imprisonment I i of Mr. SJHI.TZ.: q year ;
? !hciv< f fi'i'tli it would. be '
squ.ue miles, aiul indirertly, }hOOO. : has beu found not far from the place 'fi ".t-t :';, .i..'. $P4z m-iy to attempt i to, predict-but presumption as several historical document.


? J would give % cnt :Jorihtproductions( !: where ll.AUTINVas at the time of the ------ -. --- recent' of fever The remaining numbers will be examined -
on
of tie V\aha: 'h, tLii llliiuis, and] all! :: theft.- Charleston Courier. "I' ".' '.. cases put a and whatever tliey contain
I I it. "" I milder type we may hope, and perhaps -
the tributaries ofltie VIper JVIississippi. :\ of interest shall be noticedhereafter.
: general ,
20 } I
From The Norfolk licaron September
I :t it. ..! j not( wi-hut reason, that the yellow -
ll-allh of Kif H'r.sf.-We learn ..' J', .. .r.. I fever will .
., I not spread to a Jtlurminjr -
tj: Tl.e writer thinks) that the difficulty from a centleman! who left Key Wesi 1.JJ.::1.: r'o .,.:to, ,, 1.01 I, deree.lefmi very .

.: of u>;inu :vteam'jnt! .< on rinrds, can Gll the 2l( h August, that that placewas + :,:.. .i_(.t'J ,. TS The following is a list Members,
haniiy! full: ; to be obviated in this a re 1 ,'I. ) ;- -q .. io. .. \f' 0 J' -. recently elected to the 20th Congress
very health atid that not a sin- 1. r: i Skl-hlml }1II1111.t1n: ; (h. 1\t 3 Ske-
invention. Such a communication, t Ie case of fever had occurred there !"'1\. ... !- .. -LJJ- !',;-3rh'S \:i:(i ittti.1 bi'it Inlfa mile below ti,3! ; C\!: from the State of North-Carolina.
h :., rl. --tvl'ieha..<* iinr.ieiii, : -l.\ intern, !, 1 h\ or-ln ,;f
Lemuel William
I .
iitld if that .
Alston
Sawyer
practicable! complete for six months 1"- :. &.' ,
past.A1ucit.T L" 'Vcl :c, tIle' .%hr. iiiul'r.-tuitl; ; iht the: horlv.1.:
t, gi('at trw of inner coastwise and N. S. Ie.The ;r..de". -. -. -);... 'It' .J..u. :,.) lur: tin nyed) :(111\! ;iiijuierj\tthe }bird Jliii it Thomas Hall, John II. Bryan, Gabriel -
rii r ni'vi; : aiion, alreaily ( (? iUiC-1 Aug. ,"Si. .sipossibl t'P :H.'tsiii' any in-irk or fek.i.u I liohnes I Joh.i Culpeper, Daniel
Unired] Slated Schr. Shark =:====-=:--- 5--- -- --- -:- crSATUhD.Y. I l""iH idl"llifo. it
PI \ r.llIlIght! Ilk .flL ; a1!
:
I "h) Jl.e b:!.\ "', rivers; and can::IN of the jl''l' I\ ;.1oI.! L-.::. Turner, Daniel L. Barnnger, Angus-
it' '
: .
r 4i'It.i Com \'K iuvcn from New -. ._. : (-"j.1; ) \be A.-eertame.'i; i-l. :!!.it \va-: the reKI -
I I
-' -- S.l'5'rd' -- --
--
1 count', from F'ern'ia' :;, round l'v tlie \ -SllIi.j"t .si :- >' *\Giii man, alif.i'MtrjiP lhui ii\c ';'cf tus J I. Sheppard' John Long, H. W.
wfelioic York bound} the ( Lawrence U-i'
j to tI1jh ofSto 'MI.J} \r'Io..J: red I Istir.'f: .\w n jt licurd !
: of I iie: (;ult, HUll the Atlantic t = = ==' : -' Conner, S. P. Carson, Williams.
tVt', and Labrador for the protectionof I -AJIo-i' ; ; : ; Uial a>:\' IClIidu,1! otilii' /:HC i iAnival i! uliluin .
*'<\a
i": itito: tile L.'kiiij.uice: l to the the American fishery, struck ontnj 1 I ( UI'i : : t-1.' "K-tk nf the of tlie Hornet.Tl I! not members of the last Congress S
Sh, osi! the Cerberus Rock, ofi'the ('ouiny CourtMrs. f.r .1./ .I -I;&i Ctiita.: : un; i
JHisM&! :ippi, and down that great nv- I .-i : =: --arr1COZUIa1ATXON.. --. .1IL 1_ :=
AniiC. I ii"ii. Hornet
r U. S. \
entrance of this port, but through dIP ; TiugU < ; J:(- Ship / J.EXANnr.R )
or to Ie poiul of dep.iirurc. In re- \s1 SMxr J: ., '-h' JT hr Ih.! .
[ L'1lHS ; :I! !
m:IdtlP-:1 "I'! tllO ".I. r. IM'.l Uic 'itiviiy 'I, ",... ,.. I : (.'z. frroN Ksq. Cominandcr, ar- -- ---- -- .._ .. -_ .
: : z= ;
!?!;1rli io l.S; IlK';l important Im"j" (:otol in h her oi f i:7i.'a: bree-cr. iq.U'4)(1L *r - .
of her P
crew, htniug: i I'IJlllfi'd ( \ ] -it il.Jc! 1)l't on.Thursdfiv, last, in For the Pensacala Gazelle.
'L t ii..eiual communications, manvl Hi-,, &c.: she, : w.is saftly nken oft, i : K.: TJ'Io;:., Notary tbtIic for I'I':1: : .\ bum; i ampifo[ ; ;all III excel .u. II.

... .'.>i< n ,.,1n,' ,)(,,llt Luin 'gt>"'HJ, w.ihoutany malArial dmi'ifv: and !niO' th. CO lnly LitoUl oe.I : I !tltI: hH.il!; -only oiu-nianon the: sick To the Members of the Legislative -> '..
: clt': ;.T idtogrtht'r 1 ''n-prju'ticabh!/ or capr.blc .1j Jotitzie5iz1. tu: .I: 'Tftt'Y &id .1-i.:1':
) .J..i ; slight of'itarrh. Since
ceelz'd I next day through liie (/m oiCanso. f 1! :i'-.i-;t rase Council.
'.
of only a .:-in1 execution.l .- I (h):fTl1
p !iji. I Hornet I last l left this Port, she bus
I D' tnr.L.c..Y.1jl' I tl'r ( ( ;hE (Lner.ty i G.EYf1E.ITtae object of my letters
amids exui wild.] conjeclmes, A small!! American schoonora f'.nvlays I, of A)' nroe. i L,.:c.i twice to Vun: ('ruaud tv/icc to being the correction of error aud ill; *

: nutn\ plans ol high advantage m.u. jH' :| ;JU.I.iU.. SrEis K Esq. JitkrI; i I r. 1111):" () exposition of impolitic and imprudent Legislation -
: ;; tit! tick OI t tf:: sam: J
_, ;. struck &;t.t. If t; for example! the pro- : pro\ous ti.\ 1'siact, for .E'sLfl5JOW1ty' ; to i&iducethe people ta seJecr .'
rock, and t founderrd, w'.H; 7i'0 qua- I lIST OF FFFCE /I'S'. .
'ct ol a siiip! dual across the penin- -U.-- moie competent agents and to gite tho.eagenta !
y lie is asserted inthelasi t-ils Lrrcen fi.-ii! -:nu: :rial-; -IT.; .:' 1\\' I I.0'1 H !:il'it i i.* w'th' : eilitrrv? t lrr: tiict w<- A'cTJMider C!.txlon, r.?'. Commander..Juhn some idea of what lias bee done
1'lorida
M.II (as I
: ,
; American >ved. 'Fhis: vessel has >.sic'jdragged lt.'fll :. R'ltjco the jut. lultve i>:'.u.r..Mia : miiMhcrof' tiie Quar- i ;/: .i':.nll''. i. jt\ iltji : teilv. Hfview,) visionary, yet upt and';iloatod' into tll:." 11\1'; I !I. :*:. !d 1.- .ITC to tri' i-i.', '.....n <-;.!i.i; I.l.,. I J..I.I... K. Co t. 3d
the researchesisich his sug ction -*- bor. f alt-'tt'i;;<,t iiv tiie; '\f's HI :i c .i.\ ntuitv\ ofiur I V. >! Praison -1//t c'o again.I .

: has: tiven rise! to, v'l! not have I, '.-..viiiiiie. li $1:1 j"Uit'd o:. tiuE : \\ i.ii-im:: : C. \Vlnttl.Snili.i/ ? Master. olt'rr no personalities, nor do I intendto
": .ud di' f f. *, 'ji Hut .I '. I li'ntyVilIis I5usrt.iKjg'fo; in
A ncxv periodical work ;s woun- iil. j.iurr. II) pt.I :I ; indulge indiscriminate censure of all
their if boat
Lefji wjihout use only:! a :! I '
<'> ) who! Kr\* ''U-l lilt-; pf 1.1:1; (>/ i.'ie !i'v/eit: l'otten ('r. 1'urst.r of the public acts of predecessors. 1
] he ( :h'-noos; :in your
ced to published 'U .
canal; beluecn the' S.inta; I'iand the j il-.l'i j ; rf iViL-ru'Jh"vliJcJl; Wf ]:)}'.1".1'! V iJIlf.ui; Jolu :on, nrein's< Mal shall not allude to any private matter Pub-
$ ioiks oi! the Clack Cr'I'a! distance toe; State of Ohio! un jer the! (fl1L- J ct4! (!-i tjtp :ah! vi kx. .i i"t ',:. .i.i'j tie
of J2 j nihes ) i'" the resist of ii ; and I tion of the 0 Lou State; Colonization! t Ij.ftl., l'.out: of I H'--.ji.j itt MV.'P i ::!'.. .J.t- \\'. Moon- .. F. Sc11'i :k. F. G. Hp.ntCrillun. owner, 1 have a right to look into the concern -
,
I
.
4 the title of which is be 1"I .i :- ;,; .:'111.10.I'I" 4t(.! : t' ;,:,I...:!" ': ;') "l': ti,:. (tILI1P' Fcidinund Smith.! L.P. ;
to
Society, '
f., tins is perhaps; paciieable.; The The and (' 'loni- I Iii' .'. Aa: I 11. ". I,;"0011 .r. I" '. Ljs '1"lr 1 I ;.jlg',('e, J. A. Turl.'v; C. S. ItidZeIv' J.: 'live Nature's walkn ; shoot folly as it flie., I
t greatest diflicuhyv".ll; he to find] water African Repertory ( .!:IIII.':', Jd. fIFJ tI": o.1tck: .;'},i'l: \vr t.u.V.; ]:. Hnitat, Key \'VettIidsii'i. Aud catch i'tts manners living an they rise."

Cit the Mjmniit lex el, which i is 21/S) leets'bove I I zatinn Register.r1Ihij fact strongly ((.ry I-p\! .5 aj.? !.::I i.1' 1I'.r: I.;" :1il\\. ,Joillgllr>s- Juin'.i'r. Those who play Bowls must expect rub.

I: ;1 the sea. From these considerations : illustrates'! the rapid advancement of Ij.i i) .!':u'n.J '.. t1I ,; )pt'i'lI!i';,:" John K. Keaney-I'urstr's Steward. hers,and these who are liberal, in dealingout -

it 10lit' thought thtr"! is : this scheme in the public favor.Twelve ; \ ,' J'.i- : P ".'. s: .'-rely! u".lrc.l S anI! censare.must expect sometimes "a pair
I ,1I.j. .1- .- d i i'u! ,%:,iici' tli t I"rIJIIC From a friv"id on board the F. S. Ship Horr.et. observations" in r :turn. Not intending-
t r.oihinir i I 1&> ;t 1 IP; noticing evtiy: pi jcct months ago, it had: scar'-fly) i<.'s. I b-i'< S *5 v '-rJ' rot Kent! JSIM i- "!'Is I I 1 I.) \\hoia **'<' ft'cl l imii!) iiiil I'tt.'I l P>rhis po- to makea. preface in the middle of my book,
laid Itefoie tie public, huxxcver more been heard of in the State of Ohio.j'atiiiuit the f.i: i-i-n".' uiifU': >;iv. sM-C! !,,,( I'S ifiiflly I. i1c! riMi.nlioiire !!;i.v' rc,''ici a I Iftier, .I from as Stenie did, I proceed, b( -giDg pardon for-
:S ticcuriite examni.ition, most [iltdlg na]. fl' (." ,, ., ..IIHI1, t t'y to f5,'"I hn' i ii I hii'h 'e till"::,! Ihe f\!I in i;. this digression.
m.jy prove
i Extract the
r of a Ittlcrfrjm Hi OJFreof
I have borrowed from
-- i 1.15' bi'tis PI.tll.1l!; It ;:/.d while: out hopes r Justice Botherum
of them unfe-asible .dk) etln r, ur in 11m''"t.
the Vclsof the last
have lic{ii ( .. ,oi''iid. out' *'ii'UiU5mvo) Council, and for fear of
the present state of our 'population! Frnn the Baltimore American.We titk,11 the .>prHllluli I; :' ;' II (!).II'd 1)1' Iwjun' "\1r. IInt.-It Itfiords me pleasure I omitting something. I commence at A. No. .

and resource find, in the Savannah Republican us, i>y applvioi! ; cur !srlit'1- to fciiu,fjiu-nt! to be enabled; t tll furnish Y.'I with some : t. that is, first chapter and verse. In the

-S. Amidst the str'ffe of par y, the violence I rt'ceived'escrdnv. the following ( dates HIIU thcrcl fireti-nilui" to hiv that nf ?dll particulars connZ.t'tedvjtla the; J act to regulate chancel'y-Proceedings, therei

of sectional prejudices, the bitter :I .ettcr from Charleston, dated 7th they did not COUlvI'JU.\lo'ith Jilt (H.'... Our I meeting of this Ship at Vera Cruz, I i a provision (P. 22.) in which it is enacted -
icni rkshave bn im>co;>stined in so ; that the Court shall not delay or refuse
S ( disputes, at which we ourselves instant,upon the subject of the existing I with II. B. :l. Ship Anrora'twiscert.aLiIly :
tL.. lor justice, (or) 'expect in a
.. strange H juannci II is in'C ary us controversy a-
shall! : wonder in a few years, it is pleasing yellow fever i in the latter city. I f the to explain thfiu in s.iuu: lln;.s.' I Ii hdS'' "tho era of good feelings"; bout :land," The two being connected to-

to see a general spirit aw.kingf, statements of the writer be correct, been sug cst:Hlh.it vrf have the iili-a tnaipeople -we met-net as rival: enthusiasts git.ier by "or", both apply to the exception .

; i neverlheios, on the subject uf ibo there is no room to doubt that the fever may be fr'i:1h'II.'d t-i doath ami llikt for f-mi"-not as thc hauehty Englishman ; from which it follows that the Courc
I is of ]local origin and has arisenfrom much ofthe sickness i ii to be aimbutei! tu may "delay or refuse justice"' in controversies -
of he aud the best I and the Y rtnkee but
: resources: ( country, intriup Tiiucc and iupiudfnce.vluch it i is I proud ,- as concerning- lanJ. This provision
;. mode! of turning them to account. causes within the control of th* sjtid liO'n rUtetl to un ijuhl dutfrfe", during I equ'ds-:is those \vno were "in war may suit the purpose of those wh" have*

.; # ( An .'n incer who finds a practicable city authorities.The j occurrence of the P":' ious ciKc.oieri, witnout;I the samectl'ect. I enemies, in peace friends" ; invitation doubtful claims, under the Pre-emption

; rouie f.jr:: .. can1!, bv" \\ !It'b the inte. disease i in a populous commerc'nl city, it i iu true, we Iia\r '.ai'l we firmly 'I ufter invit'lionwcecded\ each I Law ui-othensise, abont to tie involved ia
under such circumstances-and involving bcli v- that in tiny die, .lio were it not for "cnutruyers v" ; to allow a Court to refuse
of t:'trC13Had; statesin other. I should mention that
:s
r > -ii'Oic! Capt.
the alai in mi;;!ht le ijytJ, 'hut ue alsjnd 1 justice "according to Law, in such cases
I if' uked toueihf-r ihus doS in its consequences not onlv : Austin uf the -Vurora with that characteristic made "
i-uiisijer
.v : may edvhut we a good reason for I ( raid provided. Now, I am one. ofthose
moie in ;dl'Mim ".11 .()rJ t prejudices great disadvantages to trade, but the, this \-rlirt") jf.md linibii:z ran seivlom broblanu'il I: politeness, which distinguishes who think that Court should never

t.; nnd ;d ru;., tlrsn: .1 ih-n: --nid itiiempe- I loss valuable liesshows, how rigidly ill" monirni u'i'evcitfuKiJt.t. and :i :those who speak our language; be authorized to "delay or refuse ju tice"
I Is and elhViently the health liw.. I J.'ie: ininl bring toiv.mctfd that death i Is ; pproachivf. i in any case, and mure especially in controversies -
; 'ate parti7; has a leiuirncy to hasten: the faIt I If you, my patrons to.
; Jl ;itt, by the violence. of liir own expression. t of every populous community, should : irriniuatioM ol the} difair." We do not I I Ion our arrival sent his boat with the I II whom I dedicate one hour each we- k. think

r c should bo heartily be enforced by those to whom theyare htli'\f'lbal! people rt.liU.l.y L mere I 11'tht :I compliments of the Port ;-this civility with nte. I trust you will repeal this Law.
i
.: glad to see our sectional differences I' entrusted. in such times, but we do believe ainrni increases :; was formally returned and then Just below we find expressions as strangeas
.** Previous to the first the number of v'ciims \vhen 'j.e tils- :i these-"costs shall be paid" aid "Ilio
reconciled in tJiifay ; and our citi- appearance commenced our social intercourse.
'S Base prevails.Ve certainly think that iiilempei'jiicp defendant shall have his costs". Black-
v.cjis discovering! that though their government : of tho yellow fever" we linda constant I atul iinpruileiice arc cauvs of i They gave us a dinner and we returned stone tells us, that it would be in vain that

: is federal, their interests succession of rains-upon rnoro than I the death of uuuiy,and we cannot admitthat I I I the compliment ; we talked : rights are declared, or wrongs prohibited,

are oue and indivisable." one occasion several inches of water they sisl to au ctjual decree at other times I I with each other about the events of' unless there was a remedy, or penalty pro

r fell in a very few hours. This city : a<; they do during the prriods when fever I I lie war-toasted John Bull and Brother 'I vided. 1 may "call spirits from the vasty
rage Many WM! are habitually! intemperate deep"-but will they come 1 Or, like the
From the Florida Advocate. lies low, and there is a great deal of
I' mikc it a point at"such iu.i.3 to deep I; Jonathan to the Kingand L Maniac, leap at the stars and fasten in the
' S -1i Land Office Money.-I* will be made land about, and in it, which above fever heat" 'a! thqy term it ; and it i is i: President and President and King- :I inud. Perhaps, bra young beginner like

r seen by referring f to a subsequent column i soon settles down below die natural admitted$ tty pliySiciaii! .'ani we shnald suppose -i' sung "Hail .Columbia" & "Rule Brit- myself, it is presumptuous to dictate, but T

( ot this paper, that a CIRCULAR: level of its scite. The streets and will he dos tf'd by none, that such : lanin" with the friends and would suggest whether it would not be better
S I lanes persons -rheo Httac ed' by fever are much I i feelings to say, that "the defendant hall have
order from the Treasury Department, are not properly attended to I II
4 I ; more likely to becomeSrlctirns, than others. brethren. In reply to a compliment judgement and execution for his cost," or

directed to the Receivers of Public ; our drains are partially choked up !I Lieut. Parker. the Court shall '*
We
J hiv eun3ii4c lJb/i Sjard of Health, paid to our. Captain by renderjudg ment for cos)
; :Mouic ,prcc1uclcs the Lund Office He-* and many of the cellars had everaifeet bait "art ,ftWtfu'aBdtfj'sir ;reeable task to'' (son Admrr-il Sir Hyde) an officerof I When the right and the remedy would be

ceivt'r of this District from taking any of putrid water in them, covered ,, perfo/hj and. we 6aVse..dq' it strictly according -'I "Old England the given, and the quo modo pointed out-
I to our C0n !nfiqu.s belief. While our ship gave At Page 26,1 see defendants idled ': absent
other thin specie or notes of occasionally, with scum aud I *
green
money, ,
land of Ancestors"-\fhirh
i we hare e erted'ourjeifftf check a dangerous our Vas defenders" It is presumed that t
the Bank of the United States, in payment emitting such an offensive smell as to extitethent'd accounts drank, with three times three cJH ers. wa. inserted about the tm of Uhf tu

: for lands, after the first d ty of produce nausea and vomiting with our'sitoation, and \0 \ocquoteract the notorious -I I Amongst the songs suaj on these occasions disturbances, when the Members qf the

5 Jauuary 1828. Unwelcome as unlooked some who were engaged in pumping falcehoodt circUatpd ,",for what silly besdes; the "Hunters of Kentucky" Council were thinking of the absent dc'
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for this order must necessarily them out.-The first cse of yellow purpose it is difficult' ): fivine" by writers fenders" of the Country ; and, as it is con.
: ofletters who rtaie thlIJ.1re.were sit which was much applauded by sidered unsafe to look ibj precedents, to
'S create great i ilifljoihies j in all fever occurred in a lad who was employed I deaths yetterday.? ljjM'Sept.1) when it is j i our elder brother John, was the following. the period of invasion, it is hoped the old _

the Land DutrictsXty is bad if not in this unpleasant and dangerous well known tba,' pri m. ay,.his summer'': ." word Defendants will hereafter be used f In

,. mad policy, and will inevitably work $ business. With such an abun- have more than half (hat number died ; framing Statutes 4'Jncravi.sFegesri1ens'*' .
S aDd by those wbrb4ated4Le reporttit& IIp.re'sa health to honest John Bull, say our Law writers, quoted by friend
4 material my
more mischief tol the Government lance of to act but a I "
upon, I When Ill's we shan't ibid ouch another. William.
I "in two day tberewere. itee1J new j gone Sir You, will pleve to excuie'
than to in... iduafs, in the jdllirfiate very days' hot sun sufficed to bring out; cases, principally atHon( ?fhe' .Creoles", we i With our hf'f\rt1 and our glnsses hrimful, me for using more familiarity with Black- .

result. The Secretary of tlio Treasury he enemy, and yellow fever was the j J' bave t also endearorttt tog-ltftHilnely warning I We'lrdri to him, and Jonathan his brother. !stone, M I acquire more knowledge of him.
'
; S ought to 'knoxr that. U...slat. s' result. to. the stranger, and billious to !i whea.tlj r.Vii &Waerl'and: prevent : He gave him a good educationiffSLlpisst I regret that your predecessors. !. had;not. *. .
5 V nl lOaTfiiliqia tafy,itmff _*i*** L&lpci nribML&i4i.Ll3inubtnx.1 tiitlLcthittTh( Y : "
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_:_ H S frqni required cu3tody.V thSCL2arO... ,/ .F' Ztltlld1._ .lcIJ IE i2T 2 S.' partrnents.1 l4u3ec1 DCC. 1-j,p.& order that nothing :niht1S fintj its' way .' /If t OJ-fl.,

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f I louc'l out ifs content*. 1 find .som t' tta.'stack was in short time the noblest voxks of his for he
a consumr Maker was MARRIED. .
Tallah.s- jed. j j Waabington Citr, oo Tuesday 0.- imam Jacob
: I
us title
L4ifl1a1e
Gay.
tvisioi'* ts singular as !. There were, nearly 300 bushels : an honest man. Called aw-i in the bloom evening, Aug. U2, by the Rev.= Dr. Laurie, .
edit Oil By Authority" P. 27Ven i of liie, ere his glass was hal'f'ran, )h 'mi : THoms RANDALL, E q. Judge of the Superior Godley, George Gibbons P. r. reehk
lee for t (both of wheat aud a ton and a half of hay. ; Co. 5. Alexander Gibson 2
f nltiU indictey treason or felony naitoii and composure of mind hi that try. Court.Middle Florida,to L.VLRA HcRRitTTA, \\iHiara

t C(,i:iioriicrJ "With fcniall letters, instead of lug hour, showed thai he wu .prepared to eldest daughter NN'ihlaai: Wart Ei>q. Atiurucy Gosh, Cnpt. Gayle S, C. Gut.H .

,vltal ; whicn ii, pcrlujis, a Capitol err From the National Intelligencer. meet hisDeparted God.-[CoJSMraiCATWJ.]. General of uie LuiteJ Statc.ceresponda1s.LvcurguNu.-. -Gustavus Harmon 5, II. Haruson,

ror it is provided, that 1.15 body shall be OFFICIAL NOTICE. L j --- Martin Half, Peter Hawkins Robert Han

M1tacte1 by writ. 1 .think, if a new term is T j 8is dy 3. Francis F. Harrison. Charles Har-
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this life
in this City, on the
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f .'ulcJ. it would.e better, to say, shall i iI By orders lately arrived from the 4th d.u of September last, > JfflJ&KiZlSV received and will be inserted in our next; if die dey. Gad Humphreys, Wiliiam Hause,

II"itttJck Ills body witii a 'nt" It goes ou Government of Brazil, it is enjoinedon I JLVsur.rO_ xr. V' 1 welter can ebovr us that\JOe circumstance to J-William Johnson 3
I
r'liov'ide that if he be not attached on the its here ; terfy"WN. wlh'ch he alludes, is true ; ifnot,the article roust K -Samuel K" Jacob Kelker Francis
f Agents to inform thu own I and for severatyeart past a Merchant, of be slightly altered before iD rtiitDa ep, '
-auotlVeY writ .OT. precept of capias Khole 2. ..\u ustu't If. 2.P. .
the firm of Kitty
bU' able ers vessels, clearing for that country Fiulay .and Ku htoti, of this : - -
-al:i unnifdialelt/ made return City ; aged about 24 .-Francisco l.iopis 2, Ctriaco Lopes,
: j
novel l new" that they should he attentive in years. .
Both p-
arm rrt "
-i'"s 's ; George Ufierre Mr.
rHicit-'t' William
I i I Mr. Kushton was a young gentleman of Lagay, Bit
aaiccountably: strange, stranqely unacountablc. carrying certificates of the Brazilian a mild, amiable and engaging' disposition ;J 4L'_ 4'Cj Q Lytie, John C. Low, Jo'-n B tiller, Hamucl -

lie poor J lawyer, Vfho did not Commercial Agents in the different and deportment ; and retiring and unobi -; P.ulip Lee 3. Win. K. Liliiner, JohnLruulev

i /t("tm, "(h between "' McCarty come outo ports, as, in default of them, vessels 4 i trusive in his manners. He has lift a Port Or Pen.s\\c'o\a. U..rban'.1.1 N. j
.. here would
oute McLarty",
cre i. come Mother and other relations in New-York, -.- --- -= -J' M Susanna, Moblv; Poncho )Moreno
will be demurer searches
> difference between exposed to ; I
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,.< ld n0* u :
be nuzzled to whom the news-if his death must have ARRIVED] Robert Mosely, E. Mertet, Menu >

iml)1iHJ.tl.lJ.1lllli forthwith. JCI haps that the troubles, and non-entry in the custom. I been a seveie siiork ; i: having been his Oct. llth.-U. S. Hornrt Murtue Mo,>ma Macomo, Franr-inco Moreno
theme Ship
it liJi reason
(:QuI(1I u ed houses. ouly regret in dying, that he c"ull I not be P. l>*ul Miruu, Martial of West

:., -ne- lamwi'* Genn-jl spelled,.- ,cueigy wit'itwo J snared to be a nroo to his resnocted and A. CLAXTO.V Esq. Commander. 15 I Florida.p Geoivr .M---i -lr"u/-ll- .. ... .ir...m. .* \''.Iaa-.._.
; ns-to l I'e more entitle I From the New- l'ork Gasclle. beloved parent in her decliningetis.: days from Tampico.EXTE1IED.( roon.N. ---00-

\\c find that it i L further provided, thatif \\'c understand thai from and after Deeply( do his fru'iuK au,1 l acquaintances .-Thomas Nichoals John! Neil.

j tfirv cannot c*.ci; an Indictee, and if I in tiU: place, :! \\ ith tnem, under P
sympathise -Peter PelUa.ii Wiltutn Pollard
the first of October regular mail S.
a Oct. lOih. Tanner
will be
nrth not" (he sure to no -Sloop Niagara: -
Me| < : IHi. anliclive brreavcmout: ; by which we C. Pavutt .J.lSt PUnt

Come") they shall seize his "chAttles. 'and will *IC made up for France, at our have been deprived: of a companion and i Newport, R. I. Curgo NorthI Willum .,eli !L'ousiii, Wiilun, Dd\iJ I)Porter II. Patter 2-,

txiquit" stal! iosu'. An e iqI'Jt" ? PO,1..0t thee agieeahly to an friend, and steeiuuJ all. I Produce M.ister.
J an writ 1 hare looked arrangrment lesjiected by ern to !un 2. Will'uni Peabllh 6, \Vilh n Henrv .
be a nw '
t "fhat must Jacob, Mi-Donald's Dictionary' of if the two Go\'cruments.-All CLEAn [ D. PC lUictiHi \ llta.1I i'mckucv .3 Ro.

( through letters will he received gratis and nut 1ID-nbo'lt twenty milrs! fram this bcr Pottenn'fr2, Samuel U t'elotJ4.ne
\ and a little i in Liliy, and J cau Oct. lOiiu! -Schr. Elizabeth For- I $
miotandni. i City, on the 1 Itftli tilt :M.. HUSKV h. CLK- I P.ath'Joiun 2.R.F.&nclK'o.
'Il"h'OHt. I called on thr Clerk { in bats having iiiTixecl to them the 111.V
Orle.ms. Cargo
tin'1l1ft I MCSTS of i-'ayetieville Tenucsses, aged 22 170 hides R \Villum
icn, llo.ierts: MuRaffin
had form of an rxitjnit"ant' '
I t.: ?*kif found lit it any;;/ diflindt to understand ; ostUiliceSe.tl.Ve hope soon to .V far-. L.C.. B \'rsus, and 22 buls. Heef byS TUoiir Hoyston, Robert 'U.tctue
t
the Militia did to comprehend the ; hear of a similar! arrangement for our It i is painful to part with friends or ac- I il-Mubl. rul1.I P. ti. ILuiuolpu, Chiu-lc! 5 Ruly7| ,

jnrjuing me 3S of their Commander on a meinontML Liverpool Packets. quaintaiH'ro. wl.o! hiving: '!!rJ ti.e iceasurcol I 1 Lh.-Sluup n rt'ad: O'Fldherty, John K. Ueany :2, John Helenen, Jo in T.
heir .f-iinese I hcu -. ith l
I u a<"e 'vci : IKA\ n \ iJitchi.-
occasion I asked Justice Hor\ici urn, Pmt-(t'}rr. XeU'- }FIrk. Sept. IMh 1J127. New 0 rll' l1o. Biilast.Cl.F.ARVn Mr. Ross, Join H )'l1od.: Victor
l far
'f'al.-B.;i 'u" sv ni:>:tilnestre moreexcit }I.
I Tfiii Ut' 1'o.ucllle could not .ay "but s'-ri.iir : 'VTO' 1 ICK; i i. hrtby given that re l\br) .'. 't h".1H' a.called to deplete tileplemIt.ln Randolph 2.

vhut the Council meant if any asked hii.ijjr i.'1 in--ls will he made up at the Post Offices : % friend in all FOR THIS PORT. a.bhc-niFof Fiscambia, Stone & Ve.
I" writ he would '*"'h' one I to take d.'pa'lurt-[ a I'e.. Al Xeiy.york: 13th Scpt. bit, Micaj.tii Sliurly, J.imes Sell-ns. S.'n-
"wn a of this city, ftnd Havre, on the first & bloom of \onlh, and surrounded by the : -tttig

},oti!' .sonl, wife childvu, and piopeity oft fifteenth of each month t. hr f"r-- nle<; ln't h.ipes: of a IIn1101* l .1 useful" lifr. Hebe, S-jnds. uel Spoils, Lt. wlft, Jame' S.kt, George

$ 'ie "offender" so t. at he shall not cxcquittinaway the for Havrtof the first and Sheerer, Dnniel Sun.iis Wilh"'D je.
With ;.
: by packets .1 disp I (> ii I n s :"arlmild! and \- '-- -

; second lines, in puvxuance of an urring- tniable, the subjert (
'c.: a, Page 28, allows persons commitfi net: m IdA Uetweeu the' Governments of ,:1! an ruterprise seldom sui passed, by one is, is Lli ooht. ter 2, James K. Sch.nrt, Thorn.* t.1.

ti.'bu 'f ,',-"aou fo.U admitted *o JSdll. J her the Un udStaea: & Frmcu. A bag there- of his year'.. S j unasumi: ? and genileman- I T appears misfortunes heap upon me; Shiclvls, rerdinand Smith, J. W 5\. .

\-tsoft-ongreSs. declare that treason i isiot fore viiil l h.A kept only nt the pos i office. ly B bis deportsnent! tiat; all \vhf ive't- I I shall however, meet them all with manly monton.

a iiasUoU! offence; the Council say it w It'rel letters l will ne received free of .l'. fave ('11 by his acquaintance he cane hisfneiit. I, ii rain ess, and follow the olil proverb by I'.-Hnocli Thomas, Curtis Trenor, .

u; liS the Members ol(( Congress are not I c'i8ewhalf\\\ pa"t9x.'cKCk, A M. of me His last iiIrH'sIra, brotgnt on saying "whatever is, is righi." Bin man l'ha'rcnn Tona e, July .Ann

I pit. ilc;ed and those of Tie Council are, wercJfi ,l-t\ on which the packet sails, whea the uy expnsiiie to the heat of i an almost veiti- JOE:;? IV!. T! .::Ii' N, is no Ihor-i, Gabriel Thompson." s rihY. '

pre-unie' that Hie lust law, being"fiucuil miil will be closed. cal sun hue surveying the marsies' at the more I, in P.Lt ticatar, have not only lost er, Mary Tod James Tov John A. Tur-

n. tbt ji Ira IUOUI.t authority,i is oinu- :.noiith of the Kscamhia: 1i' er. His distant a friend, but a faithful servant in time of icy 4, Daniel Turner Tnomu rhompson,

jJ: 'A .lit L tiiey nave to 'o with .1'Ieabon, friends while hk untimely I as well as in time of Gabriel or Benj. 'uloot. '
adversity
f ltillar i United From th- S'. Suzjx.'int (I. F.) ltrfl 1 i.. they deplore prosperity ;
J ciiitiot /'c ; is Treason Jijj tile Bishop J'rtir.r -Th" lshop: : ilu- fate: nirty hdve the coii!.oUtn! of re- i he was true to me iu all stages, regardless V.-Nelson Vaughn Peter YAM ken
Ten meant.
Fiau', or ,1.tIllH toe dory fi'-Ciiig' ti: :t in hi, last sickness he received 101 consequences, and true to his trust. lIe W.-John J. Ward, E. K. White. J. MvVhite -

b ii! ? laitet tile people! have a right to ex- ring his late visit to this jl. cc, was t..11 tis- aids nt-il c.)1nfJrts, which --uadncs, went to lorida, as an ,' agent on business 1).lIlll.11K1I1 n, l.ewu Willis -

i. pf'Cl3. ckfjimioii: of Treason Memorials against the in unremittingly engage.1 in the instruction and the 111'I..r assi.hi, attentioas cuald bestow. I of impoa lance, and died i in 1'ensacola, witha Benjamin.\\\ man, Edward Worthing.

T L..l rItt.rV. Ltliink ntillg" of his C.tih'ilic' Flock, andin .-iCuMMl.NIC VTKD. ] severe attack of (billions fever, I as yet, ton, John Watson, James U. U art!, J.

bad ;oilah ouglit t- Petit rChO,1 at least religious dunes which have not been informed on what date, hut Wilkinson, \\ Itlkh ad, A.rHuamE.
the tic numcrons
:: aadj';.* ia: an ('%Cltl'i'! monopoly m Fro-A the Chronicle. it is between the 13tn and li-lth of Aug lie ;. \\ ovleWilham C. Whittle 3.
baIt'UI LutH-y tic-htMs High Treason! de\ olved upon him from the lon'. nejltrfel -- August:
wus in employment from the latter Y. Alexander
41 part U
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my
We called of Yaucey NarcissYsava.
if oflfender! i* : arv upon nuuer tcelmgs
Itis aenacted! tnat an I of the Churl and;! the
ilt/ the >st to iccoid the jielanchoIv of 1821, u'Jtilllis death ; he :lias these last I .
.IN'I sorrow -
third Term he shall be"forever I p
jiottrird! at tilt I limited which he was obliged! !) to J three ears, acted as lull confiiler.tialagent I
the period I| d -iiM 'it l.i ill:- ven'-ia'-il 1'1'1! !!i nnguished.dipd.tfd 3 my
l *charc ed liou "I nile, I MAIL
In ih of rr7.I T : who and has in a number of ill tlUlccl. Allli! .VNGEM EN T
I'CotV T
It is ii'jt long since the l'OUJl J pHs,ed a assign for hisst'iy.: coin >e : : nn ,
uade himself individually: rou lil.for!
the dUt olutioncf.JaiiiapeJ'roiu fe\v week.s he IHs confirmed 102 :. t.MIS lile, at his icsidence! near
: =
Law. iVecing the parties on > a I'ndjt' Florida Mail
the Ji.lIntlIrg. inconsequence
\\ da\idt'JII ', iny benefit, or ,
\ ilkei CoutT Mundnv
) on :
"all: .noral obligation peiions. 1 from 10 to 33 ye Ir r> .if'age ; of which! he. as v ell as mv.'.elf,
!h.t. tin) 17tu the 30th of hisTrie
-' ; Sept in ve( Due e't'erI ul .l.y at 10 o'cI.ck .-. U.
Tins, il i!! believed has nev r be1ot e >ccuattempted
\ tniministered: die holy sacraim-m oftile al'. was embarrassed in prcuuiury circumstan
; except by his Holine the Popi f ; Departs: sume d.iy lot 2 o'clock P Mi
have to .sisc E.iciuri; to II!, ;;IHj! Bahlised'1 40 : patriotio citiat-n, will ever remember ces.A
Out i.i..lalllrt'; ma p.'Cl'
> solemn pledge was made betwot-n IH,
1" il11 Pttltl.h' his Ji.trnlisJI'd, ; Ail Other Mails
hargo It leloufioin! punifiiinent! when they! I Cit :l.n-en ; hs'-ides: catechising: : the 1 tt- "rv.c ,
in case thing was to happen to (him, and!
'Hi.1 ..(-vo ?,] uttrfchmrni t.> .ii? country and any .
t.1t111 i cno'ugh to make an Art wnicn ter .ind.i Miduaxislv, instrsiciin(: CJ' them inV tiii.tretou and haiji.ic will! fitu- ce, or come wr.lnn tne pale of ; 4o'coct! P .\l.etrt .
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and .ii' all
their fiith and eligious duties. The : ; nn! his gnm- will 'I.* hallowed by i honorably fully ('hargf' just ,


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Ahhl.Ug! II we aave lamentable: evidence of i i itcdtfsiieofsoine rJl hw stay with two exception in in' ji'iui ctiiu ciucicu .nc tviuurr auu with this pledge. and mat at as early I' 'UI
the OlJht.LFront .
:: to as-time all the author two, being then prevented by .ilm-ss, I Itn,1 I a date as :it wit,Ii! IHin my lover.persons .-\l! I
I letter in the
Every depos.u-d Post-Of
itv within tae scope of Human power I dulr J .dn' I I u ho have dcurtnds
tn' ja
IJ'' ab1Itl UI: is.itt1rycomposed any :-t against
.- .- <.....t.* lu usuip tttCprtiogdtives the .Vi.-oi 'i\lc raph, Oct. 1. flee one half hou" before tile ri-gulur ; me _
of all denomin him will please f.>rwar>l them tome. Cdi- I
itions
who
I
\% ell! f'jr of
of the Almighty."Of nny Get ra:: he clyfhcd in appointed departure taeIiiJ,
mrs who had fllrni..hd! him with their
re-
r ij.uis of:,1"11, au ':npt >e still: to rise, seemed to forget their sectarian dilT'ri i! tile hhJiiuM! !'s t..vo' Ilovy are *>pectivt pap.'I s. w:ll jlca-e to stop them, ,I will; jjo by t'uatlaul ; but It nol depositedby
Bin ituiiaiiis piled on m'>uiitaniB, to the i
ences in listening to ihe pure and un- : that time; it will be Mailed b) that
i I t'itt iniijiuy filli-n: Tho e-irth vasSChTty and for ward thuir accounts to me.
"It'S. I Mail l or the next, us best suits th .
I ? cO
;Vt-
aduhc'atl.truh of Christ! '
IIrd\t-ii, unmoved, the vain toil sun eye, ; in'ly: enforced d-\ Shultz.Edgeu1elI
: nil the grave ol Duolythe Henry! .
I iil: of the Pojt .Mister .
: rai ." 'nce -who will always
.Aii.ihuritfcHwd.ucii lu ttie acapstney !' t with xe d and eloquence ;;id I .
k cll) whichouiiflcd: niehniiu Prison So. Co.
: the mail !leiiers put in the office oefore
Sec. 9. If a man challenge pciemiurilytriater
1ft number juiors, tiittii he mis ;1'' aided by the '-h :smi of a gr.ccfil ;and I t' !.\ &h'! ;, !i. t'{rr of dIU venerated Patr'ntl Septeir.bei 9tli JS27.OF the p .cke1., in which there to o. is

irht to ch-illenge, he shnil be considered IIIppV} delivery.) \\re reirret in.- the I (f : ; rin.f..tS; still ringing in: our -' actinlly closed ; after wnicli, or utter

as convicted, and the same judgement, ox- ;! stay. of Mie C:>hoo amonj; us, his :IKH-SJ i elli, \\ :WII we !M-O again o.tiled on 10 I ttr( \''1 D...) a.rIt-1'q. i the ic ular! time fvr the departure of the

ccution, ills-abilities shall fKK; place & lit so .short! ; ius ..dfilhiiitllJd; ;amiable; : \vi.liMMivttiojiaoftlie! i TIH; : Mail, letters can i"r no instance be seat by

n%iar(!ieda, AChe nad. been coiivirttd t IM vcr- j deepest i that Mail.
rn.nner his ze.il: and i elisions}; FLOB.IBA JUVOCLfl
>, ; The exunciion ot'anOter ot"ihe
din or cniilfisioji of the ..rime.Vnat. an J sorrow
Vost-0i\\ce?
Hours.rBlbe
I II.tlllluall i I
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; bi! 'o.iv. code1 !.! .V.rluy ot a Cali- portment: having acquired: !him thefvor britjiiie: ,i lujJiMi: tries of oJ' juridical THE underpinned having purchasedthe

f 1i" or UoniitMii, and \vc need only a J liif*. ti, or lei it exectued. It ui-in ] I fully requested to take notice Hut
.poui of wi-llas of
portion our population: :is II IJn. FltEEMAX A'ALKER no announces its former' tIztlroh1s and the the Post Office will be closedon
a- happen,
iguoiance liis; Catholic;; C onj.v'ir'nioii.V'e; are public, his intention of continuing its publication -
V II Fame
or acci.ieiu, to challenge pCJ'cmplunlJ oae ) more r.uc, 'iii: n Sunday 5 o'clock P. M. i unless

juore iiuii he oujfht,' tie iini't be ii uii:. I lad ho'vevrr to li-' ir it imimutud: that and( Svionce, hring) your iMis.iyB: and under the the same title. of the Mail should be delayed l later tlun

44'\1: : and >iiiiibtci>olgtace delend uisfc. \ : I hv w-11 piohahly repent) his visit in pi!.nil iho.n on the grave or > ojr votary Public In assuming Journal the responsibilities proprietor is a the usual hour of :arrival in which case '
aware
J 1.'Ileu a m.iti is indicted the Oilice will i be at least
lot kept one
a I the ofi twelve month and th'-it open
JeuitAiioi course The hearts! of;an iOhord l1 family of the arduous and liiHcuit task he bus I
a venire facias shall issue hour. The Mail, although not due un-
I there is a likelihood of his fixing his : left desol) thu of undertaken but relying efficientaid
agnail i.ic defendant. lai b about as i are : : ite- uo.om ; upon til 4 o'clock I 1). M., usually arrives soon
.jra.lc of residunce permanently us. feels void wind time from nu nero'is triend, upon the indulgence -
the uYU cxitjuitl! Since lueAiired among friendship a enough to be opened by 3 "'clock so lint

d.t..I.. h'&g s dome oi.ok. luioii'*,h cannot fill -.Mid (Jeorgia; mou'ns: the of the public, and ple lg-inij his the Office is usually open two ',QUTS.I .
th r l"I.t.att; zCdsaid I the ..ketitutoii -," From one of the Editors of X. V. Cum assiduous and unremitu-d ext-.lions, he The PKM Master therefore V that
Jrh.ta" i i'jxs of lie( 1 iF; .jniosi i 1 :u.id nohle: unu- render the A.'Aocate vehicle of I rtqursJs,
il'Hi";.lUd F UI ": cue, 1 believe aju Advertiser.Montreal hopes to a those wno wish to fur i-uer* ort

I.t't,::'e 1ti 4. o..IJ i issued to su'jmoii Au!!: 24.-In my letterof ,.ient I The .\-itise ol sucha man uaeful intbniKition. Political discussions, :: timday, will send or enquire c..II before o'clock,

a J.u.\ V II w i snjuld break those I'minuti.Vu'kiT ca 11.or thedeepest 1 conducted with temperance and piojmety. : -
; uiiipon SVed nesd iv, I mentioned:: that the .is 1 uiiil\ ih.it lie may be enabled clt-se toe
.,1 <.)iJU s-cnloU: jMiuiiplei 1 am *c-a oi and private will be ireelv ud'nutted it.to its .-'ournns !- I
., ui jiaolic Olficc that
: celebrated Captain Franklin: Irul ;arrived I j uiij at nc.ie.The .
.'e t.lIC *W rfiso liiid Jii uii jii.n or CUU-\\ ; this lie in ,Ii; L'ljt-f ; sii i .it :>jc'ai; momc'Ol: : !f.is loss i without rt-gurtl to existing parties, I Post JHice is nn.-h un other! days,
city.
j 0.1 u : l.hl,'; .i i from breI/I.131 tune until du.-k
t II JICHI.OII early hour murniii' ..irljToceudud ;i.- n--t .'j be e..I1J.lteJ.Vf sLJl110- divisions door ; except
I.( 'U'UII n.t> .ct J.11-: 1i.UiIigK 'I .in yesterday I of the Editor in the which from! 1 io J 'o'.Kkiiid ci.iriiig: the time

;11 vt < icidicdm-iit true; au..ug liJt im-nediately f' the Um n-; tH-e; his cii.irnciei more at large k ereifiei may hereafter agitate thepuhiiomind.In .: of opening ori.k>tini tr.e >la.l.V .

f. 511.1.JC things! ,-uus is oui> uienuoied elL ,V ted States. Ilf lu.kwdJ, -uid I un- ; ; and c :iuio: testrain our anxious short it will be the object of the Editor j I

t 7.1.t1Lt.ttlrtlier' : derst,indh tl iiii h is -i1t'r..y e'vediOO desire; tint ine ciiz.-ns: of this section to render the paper acceptable and I \ Viascll Hunt, ;.
that in empannelliiigGra.id Juthall -
: useful to all. x'ost Master
) 3iji tiIej elect their 1.&e.&ia ,; ui.t.ng I lieil..hi. It t is stute.i thai ill' of J'-.irui' :;1 wit uo ice, in a hecomiuir Jos. D. Petmcola. OcruheUtf 1 i2f ,-2J -t'.

:, the eiecutjn tnd i-iujianeiuu-Ui, as the J.O\ ir,iv''led! ri'om1 ickcnx.eriver; ro jii.inner, I he exit of sur.h mon AS Davenport. _u__ _

.: ""oK.h ga\, (tJl Sl.uU., or hn la.lUaOUS. 1 f! iJ'Jli'aThot uti.lVjlJser\ I .VUjLA.
the Icy C lilt', and \v<;s within; : 2.10 COND'r l\\X6. .
$. itoiiiiit: uuiiul |tt bt-.icr to proxiue, mat the To the lt.ccircrs public J2ncys-
miles of the Blossom !
(' m.-aiy: Miuuld dotnal, alter ihe Juivl vput thesliip \.V.i.' I THE Florida ArJocate111 b. published I
i .1wliler Patriot of tiLe .lulioaoa, I SUJJIC7iLelthIrthat of tht 22dTHKASLVY
:.aiellcd.( pioviucii the Cout P"I- to have touched, where he icujtijiuanine ; once H week on a royl l Sheet, at five :
Died at ins seat in the of So/ry N.
tall !Ucj: witu their in : county able in advance.Advertisments .- 1.'ebJ'uari. fl3.6.:
aij
nuerlcicuce i.iinui'1 davs ( coP.frjionCLof a l"j. dollars per niruin, PI: \
C. on the lltn August (l. JOjLSl? tWi
& t1tners.. < He wi.wit indicated inserted Hie rate of one DCPARTMKNT, (
saw noihiiig : I i'1 Vet for the! of the first ion August J2d 1s47. 3
punishment crune is dolUr to. .nsert ,
.
oust action u tiie n ivi:ation ; for as ol III- ag1.ll11t'r 01" Col. Jonn lYilliains, per square
r an u.uqjp jl Lt--l liltlOl1. ii i is enacted, I cents for each subsequent continutnce. SIR-It has been found aIvisaie, tlr
and fiftj
of leuIiesee, of Hon. Lewis Williams, and
ttill oil"., otijudty of Petit iit-a.on shall f lar as he could see .it any time, an o- I ofN. Carolina.: ) Cul Wiilidms wai a n Adverlisaients will be inserted various coiiv.derations, so far to carry ito

fa 1'lIol.It.J'I1J juni"iii'd as directed III pea sea: was to he seen. One v'iry tie 01 H.inovci County, V.rgina: from 'until forbid, unless upecially ordered to effect an imitation given in my instruction

a (itfler h..ld1 Wii Aluidcr! ," (Page 34)"x'ff ) singular circumstance was menlioued whence al an early period he emigrated to the contrary. of the 22d February, 1826, as to discontinue

"..< i* .ittov. emleries that every>* specie" \\\v... .him.. In.. _J".Intll U..'rv.' 1'iit.ihermometer __.,. whPII. u_. _;.If.. I_ IS'orlii Carolina and fnidliv settled in Sur- The- --- nr-sent. subscribers to the Advocate : the receipt, at any :Lcd office, of tne
L-j( litason i is ilful murder! It would 54 below ry tunty, where he resided betvreeu fifty will nccive the paper heretofore. I notes ot any local or State ba iic not es-

ttflte21aj1Ijij to hear a lecture, from thor ws degress 1 a-.id sixty n.tl S. He wits Patriot of the Uolished or existiag in the state or tt-rri- .

IIeiideat:' one of the Members of the las. l.f io, the wo islier was more comfort- I Revolution few men having taken a more LIST OF LETTERS, tory where the land office is lituat d.Bu .-

'lIu.tclloo. l Petit Treason. A Negro, being 2b1c," than when it ascended to 12, decided and active interest than he did iu I EM AIMING in the Post Office.Pensa- that those who intend to purchase

.kel iow many men were employed in aparticular t for in the latter case the clothing was tnat eventful contest. Hi subsequent life i -D:: cob, on the 30th day of September public land may have ani,>Ic time to prepare -

service, answered, "me and fou- tor this : it will not into operation -
was mIlt kCll bj a continued series of acts ctt-mjce go
burdensome.We the 31st
.
'.hrr I: 1827 which if not taken out by
white men ; by tl\e winae rule, it ma\. useful and beneficial to the society in vhicli lie General until the first of January, 1828
I.e hid I! December xt will be sent to
"pclit Treason, or other Wilful he lived.-Nat. lit!. On the receipt of this instruction, the receivers .
Murder" i copy the following from the I Post Office, as Dead Letters. of will the
public monies give necessary
.Ihe 4 Sec. the : Sussex N. J. Lately near Lexington, Kentucky, 2 Alonzo" Asquith,
imposes same
with penalty, ( ) Register. MA.Ti :a q .tI, .rOU11Tr: A.-Thomas Arnett nuiice in one of the ne\ --.p-iuent

["r a small! reduction offine or whipping I undertake to uniain: that ani- Ei q. portrait Miiiter, an artist of rare ge- Mr. Allen, Thomas C. Ames, Gurden C, in their districts, and will continue it

triine inrfunlury'laoslaughlI'. ak for th: ..:al! heat originates Irom food, and isjjrnduud : uiu, aad considerable celebrity. As a Ashten, James R. .Acor n. once a week until the change take ,puce.

territory f.Mansiaughter. Jf a man in tbh to active heat in the heart I hither, iiu therefore accident killllIJot II.rlnt''JlLntarily -
Francis
f by death h deeply I lamented : fur, in all theie : Breeft, Robert L. owning, J. I the caution mentioned in the instruction
: he i is subject to the same ,i\d not in the lungs, as phystolgists! 2 Alexander Blair, MichaclBroslin
ff'lJah" relations, he occupied H,.I eleyjued'and enviable : Brooke before referred to, that purcha.Sti'1i)1"
as one who, of diabolical intention have contended. I Black G. M Brooke 2, Jn. themselves
estro.5 station III the society ofKentucky.fi'he Capt. public land may provide rau
Itt11ac his fejjuw maa.-The miserable JOHN CLEVES SYMMES. father of the deceased wai.fhe geo. PU BasiooLeevrrighl Browning, Mr. hud. specie *r notes of the bank of the United

lill" crime caunot ofMaylieni plead.n.qK is ampul to be to puuisued any act .1\1't.lol Jll. August 28, 1827. tlein.in who first n;>pmed lh' Vlrcrinla ..'''jrisfccl VVoi lioivcr, Willia.w Bond 2, Ann States or il,'branches.

gist ii!tire then a'be cnbed! at CbaThtesiUle. 11. Boatwrigbt, John Burns 2, Oliver In continuing to receive the rwtes .f
? fre thiih --- .
severely that .f Manslaughter! -
; ?
appears" that our Council OJt'1 a'. fur .hich he received the tha ktbat I 5, George T, Boyer, F. A Drown i, EdWard their land office is situated, the receivers

itUfa". |t ee woulifttt- or 'nr. tcandalum more valuable than life U Iii the midst of life, we are ileath." body, to .xv ho>e safety he most efto'itU Brown, Francis G Beatiy. will conform particularly to the insu'iic-

mntptatum to Who but thee, 0 Lord can we call on for contributed.-.Ideisi. .-' I C--8enjamill Clements 5, John Campbell RientioneJ in
PPose tInt any of the Members were feat'ul l' twit Hready guarding a-
of lilt lug uteai-i buccur. -.. -. : ;t' Cicilui Co-ppton, Osnorn' Cros J. gainit the receipt of the notebofany &.1.uksto.t
sensible of meritRS
DIED, in this town en the 2nd day of Sept. DICO.-Jn St. Au Caffee H. Clay Coons, BenjsminChpi demand
it! u3tmeon Monda Sep1 Carr, John do not pay iu specie on ( or
last of Mali;:iant Fever, Mr. JOH .tf .10, Col. UKU. MURRAY, a Dative olfiirinei rgiQlp.| I! >le 3, John N. Coxc, Eli Couch, that are not in undoubted good credit

I y'urgul. I A. OQ03313, a uative of Hudson ly one of the Lind Com a tor '!John Carlin, Antoine Collins, Lt. Cocke. i and. as tile receivers have ma.ns, whiciv
< I New York and for some Citi- }::ast Florida. He huried With ilHary .
years past a wa? I I 5 A. Claxton 2,
_
.v- Jacob Crowninshield this from lU remotene,
Dcpurttnent,
zen of his place. Mr. Rogers possessed in honors ; and was followed to the ff nie .ty a
tzllLtk: Sltoi-An jqdustrjous large number of ci . 'f hI. I Charles CriUon 2, Dominique C rulu, has not,- of judging of the cluracter
hih those amiable virtues and I
J! a degiee 1 '
f.'I1lIr -' .,.. ':' ..' flJt1o j Benjamin Collier. atM: coalition of the-hank of their Stater
_
iu tiui of N. I endearingqualities, which rendered him a -
Conquest
town
; .
Davis E. I. & James it entertain '
i D.-Sally or Territory, fuil confidence
Ya good citizen, a kind neighbor, and estimable IT..E\-.r : I i
after : .
.
having finished bis haying ] 'P.. Draper, JiOoane, Charles H. Davis 9. mat they will use Jl accessary vigilance f .
skill .
and
friend. His
ind harvest wheat industry as an 4t IE degirb.ie rcide.cec4 L r(: Uatti 'I'nQmas Diirard 2, ttobc. of
hul 6tacke4 ,1Ji.i : ingenious mechanic causes him the more { 'John A. preventing the receipt any note by ,
-. and a ofb home..lI6 .. R. Fen wick, at present,occi r4t>1'1 T.Dodd2. vnucu tusa roity uappen to theOTe Ufl1tL_ .
part hilY.RCilf-: ,-to be lamented, by a society that knew his _raJDD.- __ -
tl 5C1ib.r =I v D"SUfP..J h &jer 1.yjME.: <
$ L 41a n c.sa.ur..2. nd unnzjij .,.JtOTJb ., Al'- -

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NCTlcm.I YUOTOSALSJBX? Lcai' from \\, 3a\\: CotO \le. I 1 I and Here we llat feel would' confident oBend that tgiiast' cVil*

N 1Ind.Ithe loth day of October '.I have ever been few.entill1tnt&
CONST I LTK L nid appoint MicajahOuppet P11 r"IO. u *%, of this City. J next, at oJ 11 o'clock A. M. 1 shall ofj j ed to "raise blush seen which were ca1tUl.tt.
Hi t'ciisacola, my agtnt andittorne For publishing a Literary Journal called the night of Thursday I\ a on the cheek
ON I fer for sale at public Auction, at the de&ty." OI Jfto-
iiialiniMUersan ), August
Court House in this City, the f'olltnrintr |i
the dch\cn ai.d receiving pay for ma gro Man, confined as a Runaway With a view to render the Mirror
SQUTEHIK.EMHULMSHED property, or so much thereof as will satisfy -!i!I fore and Itin
himself acceptable
loruifc Yard.
at calls valuable
the
Navy
; the Corporation .f Pensacola, for :; we pur-
; pose, on the commencement
E. Montgomery. WITH RANSON Faxes due thereon up to the 31st day of .I[; yearand to continue it oft e tift

9tf Splendid Quarto Engravings.rl December. 1826 ; unless the Taxes are quarter With each .
187 turning to
Mobile, 6th Sept. ir I I *C
-| ---_- -- | ,_ lllS work ,is intended as an agree* ml isays hat he is the property ot Jehu paid to the subscriber before the day of SPLDIDexecuted 1I1 ompany it wIth ,
A. able and instructive cttnpumon for Evan of Winchester, )1iis ssippi. Said ale, together with all costs and charges. a.A V1 O
JICI1. in
KO the
the parlour, ana an appropriate attendant negro man i is about 24 years: old, 5 feet W. Anderson, 1 Lot No. 25 on the I I finest style' of which ,
of the
(7> IX weeks alter this ditte I will apply at the Tr.ilet-to be issued every 7 or 8 inches high, very stout built, is of Bay, 1 Lot No 217, J Lot No. 224, on Ho- state the art in this country will
admit.
'It
k3 to the Hon. the (.ou-ity; '.ourt of'Kscumuu .j I Wednesday, commencing with the firSt rather a yellow complexion and has a scar mana Street. 1 Lot No. 305, on Garden IS intended to present, in IUCtes.

ilountv: flu Lr.tter of Administration Wednesday in July next. on his right thumb. I will give a reward Street, and arpan No. 46, uburbg-Tax I the most accurate view of our Plurc1PA"BruiLic

on t..e: Estate ol Jacob Relkcr, late No exertion will"c spared to render of six dollftrs, being whatthe Inv of the for 1825 S4.-J94 ; rax tor 18.6 S4,6b\ iDiricfcs. followed by CArT ct I.'

ol said Count>, deceased. 'THE SOI VENIR," in all respects worthy Territory allows, which it is probable O.V.. C lh.t 2 Lots No. .i and 4 on t torical 1 descriptions, so as to prcserve 11)5-

James pillraan.Fensacola the patronage of the public. both as > would oe increased by the owner of Ran- the t'ubhc Square, Tax for 18'25 S-4J I knowledge the ot the period of thtlrfounda.*
tion of
cheap snd elegant emporium of useful r son) and all necessary expenses, for the Tax for 1?"<26 $4,04 I uses to which they are
'
8th Oct. IS-.! -:9-Gt. and it"te&tmg information and a valuable apprehension of said Nw)ro and his delivery John Ion.ison! 4 Lot No. oil on the plied, and of suck otr.er clrCUm'talC lp"i
: connected with rs
-- them
repository of choice specimens of r to me in Prasacola. Bay, 1 Lot Sn.tV., on Hediii} Street,
1o : ii. Miscellaneous! Literature. Strict attention F. S. Chapman, Lot No. 87, sLot No. 83, J Lot No. 89 !, preservation. Occasionali I 1
wilt
also be of
days l ir.m this date, 1 will ap- will he btowc\l on the moral tendency City ConslaMt.Pen and 1 Lot'". 104 on Cuna street ; Lots j\ given, some ot the bold CZllrl

SIXTY l i ir Letters Admmmration, on I of "THE SOUVENIR," and a ecu N). 202 203 225 363 364 267 26903 \magnificenl scenery with which our g fa-
I cola 'VViJ7: .l.-t. voured
the e ute cl'.lotin! A. liogvrs, late O; Kscambu 8':mt vr/iC'ifulnesj preserved otcr the I A-igmt_ TA. : : 301. i| of Lot No. 309, L..IS No 310 311 country feature abounds.. \ few {

Couut\.drcfa j 1.J cause and interests virtue. 41eAIL4AII. & ..PLtlb. 315 3i3 :.d Arpan Lots No.4 5' (5 7 8 striking H ,DSOof'. hich are so conml .
A .f tbe contents will be wr 1013U131617182i414243 56 ous on RIVXR w,n, be
Jarae* Pend hton.' portion We w.s'i: 'i n.' fv-t\ .. v d of thii in this part of our plan compris
with
follows .57 5tf ami 59 s hiirJ). Tax fur 1825 the ben
:Jhl.d.1: l 'rJ -_ Fenstc&a'Stz net Ift7- 29-7t.REWARD. 1. TLlSriK',nd and selected ; E3- jO\ l -Li; t Fax: for 1S26 ::19, 14,. scription-- can.be given of them.
'.' : l hivt t'e nmlneni to make u ..- Notflin more
3AY5Tujral, nvrmorous snu scieniiiic' ; Jo.e Jl.nleJ.1, I.aS \u. :JD tui Jon u clearly marks the litrn
1' 1 t k novvthat to .':y we who will pro and
t Z' moral character
0 t ... \.J I'OI-'TP.Y, original and selected fn>m the I cureiu>' s'lbMrr'O rs *nd 'i-uiit on tcir U.> ir". Sirt-e Fax tor 1825 2,70, l'ax ry the of a pCODe] \hall
and Fnr. nubticitions! 1826 encouragement given to
bl'r rlf'nn ,: ; ft-r 3,08. well
I rtccoum: >S.1O, *.t'0 J iI' *' ud iit'tit copur ducted COn-
BI it)' ;: /.l1IiCAL f\ETCIla'S; ef dirtinguisiu'd ch Vict-nie .l. .vlaxant: 800 arpans West periodical p.iblications. mo:
I the Anwic-n Farmer williout -or, ts-
trge if
persons, tole. aMffinaic. pArticuhrly nftu-: (;Iy. I ax for 1825, g3, 5; Fax for pecially they carry in their tram a
tfk'ill kirbicnberk
pro'ul't'i' pore
aileh<> :{
isv tiow of
: the
For the Mild delivery in thc latter ANEDOTES G FINK ARTS. Until
apprehension ; Brni will be allowed to rrtam j5 01hi.. re 126i'urIiT t-', within i few
1:7etstacI of.MA11TYX Mats, Ifc. 5-c. The crigirimntt: r ne- Stark, 4 Lot No 19 on Cir'a years, almost all attempts of this
kll\d
rcaiuinir. ,
20.V >
tI1liti'itC the ,,, : n jf Al1 Uto have failed in
ct' "I") fur this department of our pct and Ucdmg Street, 1 Lot and 26 feet of our country nut Great
is '
that All 'inrh '
u
IU3TTO. repeat, Ilt'C"SSiftn : --
n
will be furnished individual1! who ( abounds with such
by ate "liO- Lot21 and 22 on the Hay. Tax for works, many j'
b-t un..IlIlJb to
knovn to the Ii.J illY "r> wii.h exhibit the highest J
l'\ T II J-'UAS it han bec represented advantageously public scribe, lit to euuhnc l ii1. t" 11..11..1'! uotby 1825 .'I'"',' 0. t and displays of -

1 t tome that M J.\H.lIN) IIUTTO, who throtigii.the medium of their Literary productions mail, d tfef rule uf awl ii.Iuict.'u la h the .I..j.! l 5i :l.j Lot No 87 on Seville The vlgancl' spIeiKtour.
; besides the numerous correspondents 5qtatr4, i Lot N u 224 on Haylen Street, rapi growth of the Mirror A
\va confined in the j *\ ch vr of having* ussnultrd the? Carrier who may be expected t9 con whcuu-r Um inom-y or jrccivrd tlr Loti N( 251 :tllr2 2 on Jarden and Pal- have distinguished led character of its patrons

of 'lit") United :t:& e'i' Mail, with intent toIrIn.r tribute. not, the piipcr' Will: he foruurdcd pnuiediateh atom Strei Is, 1 arpins V(. 46 and H7 Suilrhs. it to the conviction that en*.

lum. fur the purpose of Robbing II 1\t SCELLA Interesting items .', "I r.J thr actou: receipt of each J Jnumitrr \ at to! 1825 i2,98* ; Tax for 1826 bcllihillg making in additional the way proposed, without
.intelligence, foreign and domestic occurrences 1 any charge far
the M-ul. made lisa 3'T5. the
Jias escape ; I do herein of the volume Kill bz uaruutieu ex-
<"ii.r a deaths, marriages, &c. tht Editor.Tbt i W htf; ht' .i. Lots No. 7 and SOil penues that may incurred by it,willno;
by be
4 111. ENGRAVINGS.- irft i is j. the! Publ-r; Sqi.ire: Tax for 1825 4, only not altogether unacceptable to
.AllldicmrarmCI'
4
published
licwiinl of I Dollars : those who
Twenty her of e\ .ry month will be embellished: : wec-k')-, by J S otinnci, 1* ostmaster of I 04i; I Us for 1826 .4,0,i*, i be the arc its present friends, but will!

for his apprehension and recommitment I I with a splendid! quarto COPPER-PLATE ffAlliint'C: printed on fine theofordirta'y c.izc- j I I jo.) ii11 H Casiuvf, 1 Lot Vo 3-19 Hvoli, means recommending it tofur,
paper
::4 to Prison.Sail | ENGR\VIMi. fitted to tiiease of the ne\vipipers; fnided so as to j!,j'I aid 1 Lot near the Alrkct Ucc Tax tibet patronage, "s to make the burden of

: I1UTTO i is ab-jut sh feel high : work, among; which will be the following hull' for 1H26, ill.C'O. ipense comparatively light. Shculdtha
make 8 >W.C3 ; anout one or fmu'l I'
gtosiT built, da.kcompp\ioi| & I1C weight, however, prove disproportioned
", larg Alhambrn. Ancient I of Man tkJtcd to prctici.i Ag[; C. Evans,
pages income
\ black; wll1 ,kt'r.. Its said; tlui he is now Palace of HiC: Hurtling Mount&iu i the rerwiindfr to Inlerua! I l.up''oHm llt_, I II City: (].i lie ctm. lyon t'i the ourtelves., the loss will fall exc/usirr.

in Butler County, AUbn.nx. Moorish King in one cf the ttvenwjnders I Rural Md Domesuc F.conomy. s..I"c 1
Penuacols 2lh 1827 2 -4tTOVKNT The
August > typographical execution
: \\ Spltln. of Du-[ am' ternae: rttier of our
Haeell Hunt, liuns :for uiiibtf keepers i : : has thus far
View of the Permanent phiny. I ,. -t- l i gazette been such as, in, oup
and Natur.d Hist on' and Hm & Spun: C \* BPCHKK I i
JjJjsL. ,'. opinion, to warrant
': a
? firidgr .irnJto cf Oselles, A minute !index aid title pa; to tUr Florida, 1st 1 Jul J??.7. > : comparison \jitfr

,: Fen acnla, 5th September 13J7.lu over the Schu) !- 'I f mjjle of Pluto./ Lute vfiiine is publi lied, and forA'ar.cd .!- Jf WILL receive uroj-Xtis "hll the 31ft this any, other as well periodical as in in the Union. la

I 11,1.J 1 MIH 'o tjl; : ')ovt*, I :-i-u auihoriv kill. Pont In liard nta \ ia. tlit l,.ftl numoer of each vO'U:U' i Lid otcr ensuii;;, to furnl-h} the 1' oops every other respect,

t' edl\ ; iiAiLKs V'. JUNKS; K
I q.i FI.li 1 l. tll ln j}< i 'ii ;iii b'-half: ai; Hiidiuoinl Gardens of thi' doc. LanrIH'-1 *ho m.y desire to sec a speciuten f the nwv bt.statior.ed at Cantonment Crooke, it upon even by foreign journals nut
** our;.red dettrruination
I rt>\\II.d -
by other
4t I by 1r. SOLOMON M. UOIMI to add thrre- Mont Kl&rc.Cr.scr.dp To loin Edtora wb* will give the "be". rIlES'll BEr, uhnterer.any publication in any icay

: !o Ten B," (!hiaco. .Hjii'.fu1' View t:f St. Pe- near shall t feel Arrangements are therefore
'e :ipprHiuitioi Oy- one or ta-' inscrtiop.v. \ t r.'iciiticher
from t the lit day of January: : lb ) ) .iut( rcCflI.i1; 1111' ,'f fie' &' t'r hllrto'h. aans. Dauphli.Y. *.. J.und wili LJJy I '! recsprucate! then I ; a man-
'r'torri'icr
I thr 31tt day of I Uecem'ier 1823, er supcriirto the
of -
buvc .ic.iuoiu'd ..LIT'; i 11 U I"TO. Arch Street Kerr/, Desert "f the Grnd lIHll.di.; any precding
: I The beef will! required t a be :iHiv' \\ P illl (! : rl ChlTtrt"u Aaierican Fanner circulifeitu
Haseii! II lint. :p : I P. S. Tile i* thr department have
to 'i'rnopstwo.daB in each week, we to add, thata num.
Fensac.li.6t.i jtemhiT, 1827. founded East Piospcct oGiant's I li -' .;ii every Stat and 'IVrutory;t ami i;i. \h days to ">" de-j nated) in such quantities ber of individuals, distinguished for their
Abthrd.}
by CauaeP.iraclete ;fur ot the mos d.il'nMUtrJ I
Tiiicu ay many talents and
-- --------- a.II! required for their rations learning, have pledged them.seh'e .
'J". 1" : Gum's Causeway 1r'Jlj' n .el'' al Urnier* in the IJu.oii.W. .
ADxi ;
.v _. ..'i.rLa on :icii day.-Ami 1 deem it necesaary to to use their utmost efforts to sui-
& Bridge of I3ri Castle of Segovia Hacil! Hunt 1gt:1tt.! Pena'zco'i
,';t. Andrews' May.l' don. ain. -__ .-.: prize ''i'iis who may choose to offerto tain the character and reputation ef the

Sf iiiItIie pi,(;icieii7ij; the Uniav I. c.it-art! : tor the supply' that the beef will work.
: Stain Prison
Tn Trustees of \1h" IJ.infvMa Acade.n An- Lakff of illari'iev' ,
to be of the best the market Findingthe form
It' rqwred of the
.t at St \ndrt-\vs' Bay, inform the* burn t New York. from &eunsureTynvruu ted ;:1..U.tI' I ... present M'.rror
utrirccl.itiil rir.ular better !
"ubhfrit the II1 t.llltll1:1IJ: to Hill. Isle Park. attention imiutMe calculated to answer all the Durposes
:
] prepared
paid to the butchering thereof: as a ri- intended by it, than any other i and

) th'reception; ol' uiiu'le. Mr. \Yachob, a L Each suWriber will thus be furnished . .. ;.;id t inspect ion of it will always be made. as the EX(;\VINGS, from that circumstance : -
t "Iftnttt! : wdl knr\va-n! the Stale If r 4.4. .
; ( ycailrvilh srventcen superior Copperplate .. .P.h Ef. ....' .<.!;4" .-- Pt rW"I's oiTtring to contract, will make will be rendered much more valuable -

- j l p1rc.lulr.1IIlnJly would more than double -. W".1. to me nt tins p'ace, satmthr could DC, we sHall be careful to preservethe

"i. r,.a :I'l'I" has taken charge ot thy the znnual cost of the entire work 1sc. .....' .'. 1. ..4 > % i,4t per ;pound >n j single: bid, forv ..icliiey original shape and size of the publica
.1Ctlc Jt.
: : .
: IV. THE TOll.f adilitioi, IfII furni-jh and thevJiiail tion.
TIn to the t: will ; l be inform
.
; ;
,Ill iu<' Ilr.inrhes of an EngiMi educati'i u"ual 1 Litrrary matter cotitained in simi :- ,. .. -, :1 ect4 '- ('d t )the recept-on oi'thcir proosuls; eitiierby It is aca-cely necessary to remark, that,

I --. *-dl be taught, together: with thr I tar publications, the Proprietor has con- ". e\1j. .' .j.i' I leite. from, or on ptImnalxppli-: taking into view the appearance bad

Lulin aid ()reek lal11t2l f.q. pl"ted! an arrangement 5 jy whicii he viI -' .. ... .o\f -. :,tlII' to, me at Car. omnctil Hruoon, character: the paper there has never before
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t Til TE.IMS AHE AS Fl'T.LMtTS. J L b? en.nlcd to furnish correct dC'crl p. ; t :. 't,''tt1..-' the day above :nentionrd. been produced in this country a work

t. Sp'Slinpread'ii! ,,, wruir.y jW.. a 1 I Ia lions) of I the prevailing fashions) both lor- .II't.. .. v .- -I;.,.'. ; JOHN PACK, Lieu au* at once so reasonable, and so much within -

.d} Arithir.eiir! \ q-ianrr.: i iirrnpl.y. cign ROil l domestic, ilbl"tralcdh: : eie- ,J 1t'l. t.$ : .JJI. L'sin'y. Siibst.NTo : the reach of every person who may b&

t I ',ttH t.r: (;t' LoO $f 'Jogc \\i ml nrr.i' 'inlo'besid"s the regular series a 1 \'; I, proposals. will be received after the I disposed to possess it.

:"tu.ti iMiVoiophj kc S ner do.tlitheuiatics once in each quarter pi4Ces otfashionubSe iI"'s" 1, i "'1", IJt ." 't"oc'r, 1;t27, I I As we feet solicitous to enter upon tho

; und tile I I2. $8 t) resort ; sketches of I l-fc! manners .' 1 .;. "j--.( I I Irla'11..YOR11 proposed new arrangement with all convenient -

"*!**. S per do.RDH.I &.:. tc. at the earliest po!sitle period %. i ,' 'JI'v" TH: expedition, we shall reitricttho

S...,. can be !bad in a hicr.'ih; : resucctsi and from the must authentic sources. ; .:i.: I1\.Jt present 'Voume: to fifty numbers ; but to

ble famlr, t\ In .IIY" nO\'*:,lcl r 't'II'nt V. t lttUl 's departn.rnt! ; Notices ufpassing ,. p And Ladies' Literary Jazette. make up for this deficiency, we i-itend

4- ncco nntudatious, at 100. J pr nnMn, events ; 1 he I"a iia ; Nw Pub FIFTH VOLUME, to present our readers with an elegantly

f inclu iiiijjc vashnijc. '1 he Trustees K'H! ucalions ; Cntir'mms ; Fleriewii; kc. *c. nuwiance 01 law, I Jont QpJfc-T IT7/A: Splendid Rngrarings. engraved vignille title-page. This !ho**

thnr-.elv- authorised ;o stnte tli.it! tbrre Tcf: RIt1.. ( Amis. President of thr\ I'niudifi: I I I 4'niT.I) ltJ' ( f"ORJo P. .UORRlf e.-er, will oe more expensive than to is-

: i" i.ot upon Mj\ part ol'tiie ivni'-hern CHSI 1. tiTHE sot(V EN i iR/' \\i II l tie published. of Amercu, do hel'hdl' '!hn' ::n'l l nutlcr ::: H"'e J .:lMl: vuii! !rrniiis v. tn iir-'ea- H"llirli fliglit, su': ihe two additional) nu'iibers; but as

a *> f.utioii; in ('\ "-v re-pcct s.; t Ig I 1 hie: as every \v CD'KiDAY, on extra medium I known, Vi.itA public nulc will t he hell u' j'. -h-w-urops uhaking truin his piuiurs ol the advantage will be on the side of our

.' a s-ie ami u reeable sea board rctiea, a-. fine white pape": printed ivith new mue.lep.MU th- I/4iuiOircr; at VuUuhatw./ in the IVr I li-1.1, p.troll'Je feel persuaded the exchange

5t'ldl' \\ Hi) ConipUtfly Iftnd type, and decorated, in addition runTy or''ItJ"da' 'rl Mon in I V5 the MIHKORvll soon complete will meet their approbation.To .
] tlt .s-.y
"
locked bthe poir.t: cflan'l f and island to the eJ1Kr'.\"ing alluded to atiovu. with Drcembenext,. on for the hec di0tnl of the its fourth I year. the fd};tor thus! sea those who may wish more fully to

k '3t tile entrance of the Hav, :\mL j.roierie.i i many 1'I\I lt'l1; hl7'llb. Ench Number hnds I hi *in to wit; : S"'l.lb I prt':'-'n-b 'himst-lf before his nUt understand the character of the work
dr-ignated,
.- bv: tlie proin-uitory ot lU-t i will comprise IUt'WlIi and highly respectable patrons i an-t to commence their on
I'lor b, from eight pair's, cut, stitched Township No 1 and 2, of ra tge s'). 6.Towiisb'pt subscriptions
the SOS and tempests, ivhich are g o and expvrwly} adapted for bintlingt Ko 1 2 45, and he puVilicvith sentiments of pro. the opening of a NEW TOLCME, perhaps it
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prevalent and fea' rIal upon the Atlantic the expiration of every year, or the clu*- IUJI6. and fractional foaivd inspect, and \a deep sense of the ob- is proper lo say, that it is devoted (thoughnot

coast, ther is no danger to be apprchendcd of a voluiri*, tiibbcribers will be fuinish- totships So. 7 8c 3, of Range No. 7 li at'otis which are i'npOR upon him.To exclusively) to following subject

on acvouni ot 'inis i uul l waves ; ed gratis with a general index of the con- Townships Nu. 1, 4, 5. 6, say that Im reward and} enc.uragemeathav OKIBIKAL' MORAL TAWS--either fictitious p

Fn 'Juct in no part of the Hay can there tents, and a handsomely engraved title 7. and rVkcl'.nal town- far -xreede-I his hfghest crpcctioiik %- or founded on events of real /ifein .
be t.l1 'Utrt.d trace either of severe page.Price. : ) wou'.ii: he but a faint cxprcMion of the United States of America.
shin-i, Vo 8 and 9, of Range No. 8.
wiiuls or hi:u tides. of sub cription g2 50 fter aft Tovirship No. 1, and I his feeling; tothe ) "ssiire of those TriK; CENSOR-comprising a series of

There is every prospect of health. num, ]Payable in advance. Po tr>uh.. fractiofml 1 townships I feelings is immeKsuranly heightened when numbers-pathetic. satirical, moral I, hu

Thl- climate is mild and equable ; and others out of the City, procurii.fr bye So. 9, 10, mi'1 11, of Uange No. 9. he reviews thi* na'iiea; of tho e who makeup morous, &c. denominated the Little Ge

throughout the Summer' a most refreshing subscribers and becoming responsible for Ttrnsup! No. 1 nnd 2, the irrrat portion of Ifis kiipporters. nius.IUTIBW.

y sea breeze tempeis the ardor of the sun's the payment will be entitled& to a sixth ceo And tractioiul tlJwn. I To be distinguished with the countenance -M publications, foreign or

rat)s, and in winter it so moderates the pg rat is, and ;i&vor n" tit! wise and the virtuous, is aomestic.
shiniNo. .
ll.an.113} of Range No 10.
i
:; kccnessofthevtst and northwest winds : Tire Copper-Plate embellishments will All! "fcitu-it South of the bue line, and at all time fsat'.eriiijj to the pride of a-iy ORIGINAL ESSATS-on literature, morals *

[ thjt there is hardjy e\er any frost. The be uperintended by the Publisher. and East of lie meridian. man ; but to a young n *H, it afford} a history, voyages, travels, American

abort's are liijjli at"J iry. and there are no the typographical part of the work wiil The lhvnhipr to be ofiVred in thr charm too great for :.ilgiige to express. antiquities, the fine art*, &c.

4 t; marines ill the nei iiborho.xl ;springs be under the exclusive direction of order ab>ve designated he,iiining wtii: Every mOI\t", therefore, which springs FEMALE Ciitn acra-manners, beauty

\ : Ot excellent: water are found all along the Messrs. Atkinson and Alexander, who the lowtst number of St'Cimn in each. from tinsironycst impfcssions. of honour dress, and education.

whore ; no inconvenience is experienced have been no long known to the public Lauds reserved ijy Lfor the ust of and :rtitiide, *ill be called forth, not AxanicAX BIOORAPBT historical

' 1 t.:, from D1uquJuesaNl flies or other tornnntiii able and enterprising artisans, that it i is Sch joli, or for other purpoien, arw :t> bt only u> preserve, but to improve cha- sketches orhe lives of such persons cf

.? i.i: cls ; the Bay :tooundsi'lth entirely unnecessary to say that so far a* excluded from sah-. r.icu-r ut a [-ubhcation bo kindly fostered, both *ext as have become celebratedfor

fisi! and o) aiers It ts within one day's they aie concerned there can be no Given under my hand, at the City of W liiojton & ,d v> tcmrut1sIY'ilippurtecl. have theii' heroism, virtue, fortitude, tal

!' ride ot the r.cn I HI.
not more than! two or three days' sail to and with regard to bin own share of th. Juhn (|uhi Adams. /i) on ui'h increasc-d! zeal, in our LiTKttAiur INTELLIGENCE notices of

: 1. .I1obiie. or (rJ' anj. arrangementsthe Pnolisher bindihimsf.. noa L I\ y endeavor, to cull frt the varied fie.'Js new publications. _

i. Tht ruitees cannot but congratulate i in case he should fad to perform any -casentul uv me rrcsiueni of literature, the choicest and most frajrrant THE I'KAMA-comprising strictures on

the public upon lot oiii uUr advantages part of his nndrrtxking refund 16-JSt. GF.O. GKAIIAM, : rlnwerd.) as a jvist, though humb)<* tne New-York stage.
CI11nmiJ.fJlln' the General Land 7ce.
which St Aiiurru-t Hal atlords to tami- tie price subscription. of ---O. inutile to our fair readers. D ESULTOKT SELECTIoNS-with occasional -

; Jit, who .*te ili sirous ol rctieating to an Agents will shortly he appointed in NEW ABLISlIl\lLN 1'. The regions of' fancy have been explorcd remarks.

agreeable and healh: > situ. tion, during different parts of the United States, until '[ he and will continue to he explored by ANECDOTES-humorous, literary, historical .

I. the summer aim f.,i. months, and to Pa. which time subscriptions will be received ingenious and highly valued corres. Sec.

Oi -. rents tin ate Anxious to ha-ve their chil by PHILIP PRICE, Jr. No 66 Lombard V. pondt'l1tst the tame time numerous PASSING EVENTS OT THE WEEK.

.. dren rdi.i-.m-d Street. Philadelphia to whom historical f.cts, of and selected
: all order Eagle Tavern aq intercnting nature. JoKTRY-or.ginal ;
4/*. P.JUIf.V W. GAUTICR, will be addressed post paid.-\ nd als* I have enriched our pages ; and snany o- Together with many other miscelUne

JA oil U.AKK.KOlitlSSON, ) TrwtttS. by JUDAH DOBSON, 108 Chesnut Itreet; liters are in preparation, which will successively ous subjects, which it would be unneces

RlUHAKD LO.NG. at the Office of the SATURDAY EVE ANDTRAVELLERS appear, embodied in the fairest ury now to em1'nerlte.CONDITIONS..

'. :.. St. Amii-ew' Uaj, Vest Florida, ? NING POST, No. 112 Chesmit street, two REST. colours of truth and eleeance. The lyre, .

September 1st, 1827- 8-if. > doors below the Post Office. I THE.Subscriber informs..the pnbulib too, in almost; numberless instances, has i Tus MmnuK is published every Saturday

: S _.- Subscriber are requested ,not to pay. _' that he baa opened 'a house been struck by the fire genius, with so (or the proprietor, by Daniel Fanshaw at

TOWN or ivTAaivor.iA. anv tunnies unless accompanied by tk of Public Entertainment :n the ; much effect and sweetness, as '0 melt and the American Trnct Society House, No, 81

.' in the new Town nf Magnolia receipt ot the Publisher, or the Agents. hosJprrly occupied by Maj. Hall.. ravish the heart To such contributors Nassau-street. It is printed in the royal

JOTS we know not in what terms to quarto form, ou fine paper, with aburgcois.
our
offered for sale. This place is NO TICK for that |4irpoBe, fronting the public express

.' situated 8 miles 1 from Fort St. Marks of Administration sqaare\whlph he baa fitted up in a convenientraanter acknowledgements The chief recom- type.
on with the
the St Marks' river and 15 from Tallahassee. LETTERS the for the reception .1 tra pense which they can expect must arise Fifty-two numbers complete a volume oi'I
on Estate of Jo.
The river can be the SUB NamiieA late of yellers aid, other)). His table will always from a consciousness of having eminently I fourhundred& sixteen loyal quarto pages,
navigated to the
of E-
County I
aided for which
VIGNETTETiTL
in an
the dissemination of chaste and ELEGANTKXKRAVCD:
be with the best
Town by vessels drawing 8 feet I cambia deceased upped which the
water. having been granted to useful instruction clothed in of i -rAGK, and a copious index, is given.
; language
market afford and his bar with tbe
cm ,
Mrs.
The situation i is nigh and Ejnelia
dry healthy Noriega, by the Hen. the : The
; terms ,
unusual and and in refining are FOUR DOLLARS per annum
it has two Sulphur Springs in the I County Court of said best of Ifauors. No exertion will be grace beauty, .
vicinity, County all
; persant and of PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
the character our
., the improving moral\
one of which is only HOO yards from the having demands against sid estate are requested wanting Qji part of the proprietor, I It is forwarded by the earliest mail! (unless

i Public Square. They are said to pcssess to present the 'same immediately to rendergeneral satisfaction to those I Country. otherwise directed) to all subscribers.lesiding -

great medical qualities. j MK! those indebted are desired to make who may I\YO\\ him with their company. I This is the great aim of all Literary publications I beyond the city of l'iew-Y ork.I .

; For further information of Terms &c. payment to His stablejare well calculated for a number I ; and in this we solace ourselves I New York, February. 1827.

:, apply to J. G and N. Hamlen S). Marks Jn. de la Run uf hones) -and a good and attentive in the belief that our efforts have not I Subscriptions receited at this office
or Steele Ostler willall times be at hand.Vamlie4r been aseles or unavailing. We have I 4l
Augustus Tallahassee.
in fact for Gentlemen who the various i
Attorney nay'wiab scanned with scrupulous care i :
St. Marks .
10th 1827 l
August, -24--tj; M a 1K'flw Ttrsr
tuitiiAna
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r.rT.x'-.1"... .. p n I ne x4irrh '
o,1ttni I order that might flntj its ,il 1 t& 01''
nothing
1 ;tl:: 'ruwcc Pcc. 1 \f. .. ,
? from custody. 1 nac1 25th1iiy, T2. e: d!
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