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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: October 19, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
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hBLI6IIGD'tXDoY- ; WY individual in society, unless a stipend where we conversed together. I course would be. On the succeeding at li
w. n.A.SELL :R1r1\ to induce to a. course not sanctionedby A statement of our conversation, con Monday, the opinion prevailed, that i the members of those States wouldnot

, (SOLE EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR his preference judgement. The cisely drawn, was given to General they had taken their ground, ; and i in march in that direction, exce; j in

_ Publithtroftht haws oJthe United Stales. character of these editors is sufficientto Green, editor of the United States ,a few days afterwards, Mr. Clay's : the event, that thereby the election! of

SUBSCRIPTION-Year 5 turn asido the imputations of opinions Telegraph, at his request, 'in August military-chieftain letter, as it has been I I'Mr. A Jims would be rendered seCure

t, Half year 3 thus controlled-while a recollection 1826-more than a year ago-it is as styleJ;was written to Judge Brooke, and certain. Report hiving urged -

r a Subscription payable QiiRrter in year advance. 150 that for eighteen months or more i follows : j Virginia, of whom he speaks as a stougly, that on the second ballot [-

ADVERTISING. -.Kvery advertisement they had labored in support of Andrew "In January, 1825, a few days before particular friend.' I In that letter, he Maryland would secede and vote

of the width o<"one column and mea llllg Jackson, altogether forbids it. ,, it had been known that Mr.: Clay mentions his difficult, "highly criti for General Jackson, it was therefore

pot more than twelve Hues of this type,first But, again; : in adverting to this and his friends had declared in favor' cal" situation-the interrogation: to ;indispensably important to bring mat-

insertion one dollar, earn weekly continu- transaction. my mind a very in no-1.I of Mr. Adams, 1 was called upon by his conscience, and the course he had ten to a close. The whole affair: then

pi'.oe time same fifty cents r tte.; longer Rule and and wider figure ones work at, ,I cent and unoffending one-why was Mr. Buchanan of P ennsvlvaria. Ho I! resolved i to pursue. Thus to a partic- i rested with Kentucky, Ohio, and

double price for the nisi insertion; Ad- it necessary for Mr. Clay. to throw a- said that, it was pretty well! utrlerstod, [' ular friend l, on the 28th of January, Missouri. Under this state of thingswas

"f'lti!'1aved' round me, for description's sake, so I i I that: overtures were making; by tlir ant, not earlier: was a declaration it, and after that it had been ascertained -

arronlinjr the nature of them and will I many far fetched and high sounding friends of Adams: on the sibject of. made of the course he had concluded that Jackson would mako

b,- nira-5'ved l hy mntt'r of this that size is t\ pe.in- expletives? Mr. Eaton, of the Senate cabinet appointment: That J.ickson: to take. \VIiy the necessity of a silence no disclosure as to his cabinet, that
inteivals. not
When inserted I at ( ,
here in that should fijjhtthem with their o.vn : so long & ''0 rigidly preserved ? the meeting of the 22nd January
t. t'tcd everyrek, from the first to the -( being body none wenpons. : ; '

J :<.t insertion) each in-tMtit-n will be char<:- other bearing a same,or even a similar! He said, the opinion va, that 1 I This Saturday; evening meeting, &, took [)lace. Those who attendedit

f'I1i! a new advortU: :tncnt.-\mounts for name) would as it appears to me, ua1rogp.tht.r > j i Jackson: would retaIl :\dtll1-md: ; tlut I the which had been resolved being participants: : in what was done,
course
a,:vcitising payable always on demand. sufficient if of'it him ?iut the! !have never yet declared the particulars. -
description! W IS doing injj y.- j
Itr) Liberal contracts will be made with I! upon, formed gen rlIy: oa Mondaythe
l alone the end and General shoull state wh'mllw would .-I have, though, in my possession -
those who wish to advertise by the yearIt person was objectto r subject! of conversation. The
? Communications directed toV.. be attained ; but this was not the make Sl''reL.uy.of Smite, and desi- Senate Gen. Jackson communication from a gentleman -
having adjourned, -
JIasell Hunt, Post Master Pensacola, will object, and hence the lofty addenda red l lint I wuhll1dme, it 'o hi;111.I .- j I I and ( from the I formerly of Congress, (not from
myselfwue passing
b..duly' ,., _attended-. tn.jVon 44 the colleague-the friend and the I My reply u ,j, tint I was satisfied: : II I within the enclosure I this State) antI heretofore the friend of
capitol, being yet -
Gen.Jackson." \Vh'it (; J-lck unVoilld, I notttrrun''i I Mr. Clay. He gives the reason why
Or1'i'I; : L. i: biographer : -- i cn. STV. and leading
:::> near to a flight! ofsteps}
he is longer that friend. T.
no a letter -
then it ? An the Mr. Buch.mm then
r--- was subject.
attempt at (Iecet'tioua )- : re- the when Mi.
to avenue, Clay,
the JY .''snaBanner and XasitrilleIf I which was lately written to him uynf
of 'lI.a'kclVdl if J he will
matter special: 1 pleading; merely from
coming diagonally on our route,
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isr.T.IK. I ._ duel i j h.z; reply
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IATTO'THI: PUBLIC. by which it was CXptr.IPI l u conclusion i y, ho will Hot retain Mr.: A lumaf the !louse of Kepreseut-mves 1asseclvery
'\slat I sh .II suimm to the ronsidr in the public mind would! be arrived that will aih: ;\vrr." I replied, I was near, and without speaking.He .- Thu bargain of 1823, between

ration of the public, demands of me ; at- that Gen. Jackson was tile satisfied, G'Mi. Jickson, would] neither was proceeding down the flight of Messrs Ad.-tm and Clay, I rem *ra-

no nplll() .Should any think otherwise shelfcrer of this paper, intended and S'.t)' wiio .,!llOuIJ)1' who should not ho steps in front of the building, and we ber well was freely spoken of by ma-

I lender them Mr. CI,.y's din- sustained for the avowed purpose[ to Secretary of Slil -but that lIt' (Mr.L were in the ,:ct of descending, when ny members of Congress, although I

., tier speech} delivered at Lexington assailIr.[ Clays motives, and to deter i J'.) knew him; well, and might talk I. some pe: son coming: up, accosted us. Iud no personal knowledge of any

in July last, with th" references that him in the exercise of his d.ity. will him as writ as I could. Air. B. : At thti moment, Mr. Clay, turning fact, whii.h would warrant the belief '

.. }h i ;vc been made to me. both by Gen. To this obviously designated illtf'Ic-j! then said th it ai the next day, before : round, observed, "how are you to-j\ that h the estimation contract in existed which,I besides then ,l held tho

'1 Jackson and Mr. Buchanan: Thus meat, I apply a !positive denial the General went to the House, he d ay General V1 with a manner somewhat | hii

1 ti'.ir.ued i : it is i neither needful nor proper truth.I Gen. Jackson: was in Tennessee would cal: !!. Hedid so, as I afterwardsunderstood. : embarrassed: as though; he h :J Mr. Clay: forbade my suspicions!:

to remain silent; I shall therefore and knew no more of the loan ." J j List then discovered him. THe salutation any :-iccus.ttions not supported by positive afforded -.
that: proof wis not
j>peak the things that I know, from a made to thosc'gentlpmcn, than Mr. I In this npplcation and interview, was returned, and : ,r. Clav proof; him
and l I held guilt-
conviction\ that the references which. Clay did ; nor did he know of it, until 1 I I felt lhat .Air Duchainn was acting passed on. Immediately afterwards I to me,

have been made, render it proper for during last winter, when-on the I on iii.'ground! .f:an vms: .solicitude for General Jacksonremarke-i; : to 1111', th'ltilr. ho-Yet there were circumstances and which

jv.e to do so; I supposition} ;, I suppose, th It it might tliL-success of(jlm. ickson, and from \ Clay seomcd disposed to pass him of unfavorable: appearance Ir. I
I i I as th" i friend ofj Cliy w.is sorry -
FirM:: (to an adjustment\ on my own be used as good set f J'io the changes I a desire: ihtt: nolhin-j of s:rat, gem andmnnaeoinuu without speaking-my answer sir is, h HIt' steuc't The circumstances : -
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Account wi'h Mr.: Clay ; who, in hisreer.h end breaking! of the .Secretary, in his !. shuald, iiI eillusu to prevent "as he has concluded! to vote agV.nsiyou '; to which:: I allude, wore the contine.l -
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delivered; Lexington, uses BY AUTIIOKITV corps-it berime: I the electioa ofono, lor J whom heI General, I suppose, he is solici: 1 sileccand, lengi.:'iV rtervc of lr.Clay' .
towards me his language : nntter of remark and c'jn-t'to in t those I l h! I:,fm than: con! -Jon interest.: I tous for- no further intercourse ;" we i I I ,
f friends in piiuhshm or luiuag
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1)"fort the election, an attempt columns which were friendly to .%Ir.CI.lv considered, in MIS Zt .tlhe, t felt it to be I dropped the subject. I Iud never before !: it be known: how they wouM! v.ite;

ct'srntde' by an abusive letter( pub- I and Mr. A ams. Before this riu'ut: to defend the citadel against unlookedfor perceived )h. Clay ihu distant ;; and the fact, thai the Kentucky dule-

I lulled in the'Columbian Observer: ct period, I had not spoken of it ; nor assiults, and believed consequently with General Jackson: having been : who voted for .'.::-. Adams: hail

Philadelphia, a paper which, as has until this time detailed the particulars. tin! the enemy should hemet I previol1'jly.qui e the reverse ; and iwelllnowlIlg j gation meeting to determine upon their

inrc tnuispit ed, was sustained by Mr. I do !so now lest, under the authority with their} own weapons.! Hem I from our near proximity I a as I was informed by ono
own course,
Senator Eaton, the colleague, thp of the name which brings forw.tr.l iy have intended to present this as at passing, that it was altogether I of them, at which it was said to me,

friend and the biographer; of General: the accusation, suspicions may arise: the idea and opinion oi others, not improbable he should: .not }have observed that the being .
question proposed
Jackson, to assail my motives, and to ,, and! a character and consequence be his own. Such, indeed may have us, I looked to this coyness on j!I to upou Mr. (lay, for whom shall wo

deter me in the exercise of my dint ." I given to the transaction, greater than been the c'ise, though 1 cannot say Iso his part, a;: a circumstance corroborative vote he answered in substance, "that

The language employed in this sentence it merits. lu presenting myself before understood him at the time. of what had leen the reports of j' in iM.so, General Jackson should be elected -

is arranged with so great art & the public ou a subject hich so 1 take occasion to repeat, that the the day-a determination: taken to'j I' he believed: the administrationwith

*> union, as to make it susceptible of latt-ly: h as produced some excitement, I conversation, as here given, at the request support Mr. Adams. j, its weight, would be opposed to ito

doubtful intention. The meaning aad much inquiry: and remark, I huvcfelt : I' of the editor of the U. States': him that should Mr.
to the annunciation of him, prostrate ;
Previously !
which the speaker intended should at- it proper tu speak;. thus !far; of nut- August ( he felt satisfied it
this S-iturday: I had not A. be elected,
meeting on
1arh, &, which, with nine readers out furs which Cosenti.illy perlnin to myself 1826, while; hn was on a visit to distrusted the result of the clection.As .-'\ would not be so ; but he hoped no
1' ol ten 'I ill obtain?i is that the Colum- ; and with tint! portion of the subject Tennessee. 1 mention this: fact, because the course Kentuckywould i I. personal considerations for him would

}i-nj; : Observer wa sustained by Mr. I am now done : the statement being: in his possession regarded r to their
take even conceding! the force j I induce them to act contrary
Senator: Karon, the colleague, the In connexion with this; speech, are : 1m will! be enabled to say, if of Mr. Clays, influence, I felt there ;I Iwas desire." Upon these: circumstances

:friend and the biographer: of General also other matters which have been the one he his, and that which is here security in these considerations : ;i I have often remarked, that the tirst

Jackson, to assail l his: (. Ir. Clay's) presented to the country ; and about submitted, be not the same.: By this Thatso far from there being any thing. was not in character of Kentuckians,
Riotives, and to deter him in the exercise which: 1 have been referred: to, both circumst-tnco, thus fortunately exist- last the
I of there had been an unfriendunderstanding -I and that the was strongest appeal
good
of his With this an.l Mr. Bu \ I find from ol -
duty. coustruc- bv' General J ickion 1112:1:, nay safety some i I. which could be made to a man's
lately subsistingbetween
t'on, I take leave l to say it i is m.sn'p- ChHl:
!jeseiitation is untrue. This p/i- to rem tin: silent and reserved, amidst ; h.is aiie.id\} taken: occasion: to surmise That Mr.: Adams was not the choice !j which could be levied on their attach

her was assisted i though not suttaintd the getter.rl ul'crest. which prevails! by ]I and insinuite.: Tim ungenerous and of Kentucky-!h.id not [been thoughtof I ment. Until a very short time since,

by me for any purpose; aii'J' far less many night be considered improper. \i ill'ber-il' effort is made to excite prejudice voted for f there ; and of all the !! I had not been convinced that the

with a view to assail lwtil'l', or to 1 shill present, therefore: my understanding I ; and to !forestal the public, or presented to the public, would !j bargain had been made as executed,

deter any one in the exercise of his of things as they were at the and to awaken suspicions, through persons hive received the mast in and I even now regret that I am con-

l'ut". time, and as thev arc still retained upon i the allegation, tint an attempt would probably considerable in that State :-II strained to admit it ; but believing it,

: The return made of me by the t ed- my recollection.Between! I be nr.ide: "to disednIr.; Buchanan, That Mr. Crittenden, who stood at I shall leave nothing undone whichcan

:ors of the Columbian Observer, as the statement: of General by array inn Major Eaton and others the head of the electoral TIM; for l\Ir.\\ be honorably performed to defeat

one!! of their creditors, has been afruithful Jackson and that submitted by 11:r. again him! ," beljre' t the pimJ te. Ouso and whose opinions of the pref j f the coalition.
theme of exulting remark to Buchanan, 1 can perceive some differences i idle an errand, and so hopeless an Clay. : I oration the dead
\ ferencc and choice ot Kentucky, i Anthony's over
!J air Cl y's editors and friends. I I ; but they ire principallyverbal I effort, I should exceedingly regret the admired I
been
has} greatly
have weight, I of Csesur .
inferred \ :
might
body
l hence !
]little expected}; to see hm:: at so small and not matcri.l.-Thfse: lI necessity: oCbclIIgohliged to. proceed; I artfulness and concealment r
I" had written to a friend of mine at for mmlPI': ,
a bus.ness; : ; and stall: less that he would which do obtain, appear to me rather and yet, were it necessary AO maintain mended but +
Kentucky: preferred of ; purpose ;
that
hive hazaidtd assertion; before the to inferences deduced from self demands of Washington, [
: : an as facts m\_ on any, the match t for
Jackson and wished him to succeed this i iit of Mr. Clay is quite a :
j.'ahiic, when he was wanting in proof} than as to the facts themselves : substantially \ truth, I should certainly venture, regardless Adams., But beside all this, pointed, and yet so modest ;
tisupport that assertion. A single there is accord!. Mr. Bu- |' of the s.ivin'js and prejudicesof against : ; so concealing -
r I of the State hid sent retiring, and so evidently
the Legislature so
P:1: :ter, to he sure, at Philadelphia! chan.in alleges, that on aP )i oar hilt;; any one. lltttis'eenMr.1 Bucha: instruction (or request) 1 i its real intention Gentlemen you
forth their ,
the JJnnucratic Press, had assertedit General Jackson, he did not come nau's statement aid l my own, and that .I and such we have
what: was to friends, as
: But Mr.: Clay should have n-col- from Mr. Clay. Jt is not asserted of General J.jcksou, heretofore published [ on his subject, declaring I are my ask to do
considered the sense of the people I inlet.Let me rot you your
1l'ctc.c.', tHat as he was decrying the that he did ; General Jackson.states, :, I can, as already remarked, I be weli remembering the I sacrifice yourselves for me ;
I I or
and duty,
fotce of newspaper testimony, as au- his opinion at the time was, that Mr. discern no essential 1 dffi; ; nce. True, 1 ; and ancient, contest between Mr. i 1 ask nothing at your hands ; but of )
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thoi: ity applicable! to his own case, delicacy Buchanan had come from Mr. Clayor before I had read and particularly examined i warm rest assured.-It
the subject
and Mr. Pope, on one thing you may
and a regard for consistency, some of his friends ; but this is given what had been stated, I believed I Clay instructions;, had notsupposed Jackson Is, elected I shall be prostrated i

should} [have restrained his willingness merely as a matter of impression : differences were" to be found, : ola disregard that the former would venture buuf Mr. Adams shall be chosen -

to insist on ias, a rule conclusive to- nothing more. By the shewing of,.' though that opinion no longer remains. at nought his previous o- ;"ho felt satisfied it would not beSt
xvanls: others. Ltke himself, though, Mr. Isacks and Mr. Buchanan: it now If there be those who desire to urge to place there was danger -
point. In the one case
avowals on this important ). I .
1 can now express my satisfaction at appears, that Mr. Markley was the II! that any such do exist, and that the pun These were the grounds of my opinions to his: prospects, in the other there
having the in some A difference to the I submitted in fact unlike
matter presented nejiociator. as averments are and of conclusions, and they would bo none ; nor was this given i
tangible form, and 1 by "a responsible i date-the period of time at which the I shall bo free and cheerful to concede removed my only[ when I under- as an opinion formed, or belief entertained -
accuser that he be spared conversation took | that the mistakes those were ,
ant may place, may'exist ; are this meeting had been held, -it is of stronger import-
Jill further disquietude on the subject. for Mr. Buchanan places it on the II which proceed from error of recollec- stood that of Kentucky determine he was satisfied there would be none.

he shall be offered the histoiy of the I 30ih of -December.-- ; -It- may be.. tion, and from no other cause. I have and the vote The speech had its effect, the long .

tr.insuction; precise and accurate, as it however, that he intends this as the I known Mr. Bitch,in in too !long, to I upon.There was over, and the determination t
took place, with leave to make uf it period of discourse with Mr. Mark- 'I place any statement of his which were other considerations agony together. Thus
The taken to move
he-eatier whatever use he can. ley. hit be in reference to nis interview mii ht be discrepant with my own, under of inference and of argument. ; the whole machinery ready to

To the editors of that paper, and at with General Jackson, then, the head of intentional error, or State of New-York was thought to be I i was provided defection could be .

:heir: request, I did lend a sum of mo- agreeably to my recollection, it is a ascribe it to any other circumstancethan dependent for the course she would operate from, its parts. And until thiswere

hey: at that time, before, nor after mistake. I cannot precisely, and to inaccuracy of recollection. pursue, on the vote of a single indi kept l effected, Mr. Clay's course must ,

was there an agreement, or understanding i a day w declare the time when Mr.Buchanan I might here rest roY remarks, and vidual. Thus situated it could not be ba a matter of conjecture. If judge ,

expressed'or otherwise, as : came to see and to converse forbear to say anymore on the subject 'known to absolute. certainty, though her merit and sound deliberation, prompted -

to any political course which they with me ; but I do recollect it to have I j ,but being in possession of some ,I i conjecturally it w-ts.: what finally believed him to adopt the preference he did,'

should !pursue. More than a year pre- been during that week, on Saturday i factswhich may not be considered immaterial I course would be Maryland, it was certainly it does not follow, that duty

eding this circumstance and before of which the reported meeting of Mr. -the tendency of which maybe \ would at least on thE first ballot demanded of him this grave and formal
.
I ever knew Messrs. Simpson anti Clay and his friends took place, and to exhibit matters more fully to be on the side of Mr. Adams.j exercise of his influence,whereby i '
:
Conrad, the editors, had that paper when the determination was taken to public consideration, I shall not j These two, with the six NewEngland to controvert the opinions and votes r

been warmly &zealously in the cause support -Mr. Adams. I feel quite satisfied conclude this presentation, with- t Slates, were all, which with anything of others. Resting on tus ground of-

of General Jackson. It was my own that the meeting to which I allude out them also. I have already said, \ certainty could be couuted on. decision merely, apart from any other t
Louisiana
money, not tho public's ; and I have was on Saturday the 22nd of that a meeting was held on the 22d I Five, were yet wanted- would be, and future consideration, such active

yet to learn, wherein there ,is either January Early in that week, (Tues- January ; previous; to which time, the I and Illinois, it was believed, zeal was forbidden by the situation: ill
culpability in Mr Buchanan of Mr. and his friends in favor of tbe same course ; though lately stootiwhich '
or criminality lending day or Wednesday evening,) opinions Clay i he.himself had'Verj
money to the respectable editor of anCwspi1por visited me. It was on the were but little known-conjecture alone 1 as it was opposition to the prefercote I and especially from the personal s
electoral colleges- inure
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the soil. It But she still continued to complain 1 1 life was totally l1n 'ou1t e 1. The peopleof 6/Cl.iquimaU ,rejevtiuthemi,1tat<< ; ,. I"J
] r.s
and
Adams cultivator o
Yflut'.on; wlrieli! ho arid M.'. planter make use ofthe sanae
l of bread and butter, iluenos Ayres were much:! incensed word and ior0lg
: }had leccnlly occupied towards each is a thousand times worse than the .: df.pain, a poultice: against the British in the same principle; but It U difficult _
diJ
chokes ; with fculTcnt'ne' poured on consequenceof over, whether in that
famous which! spirh quarrel |
ot'-! coco (nut-grass) there i i.
?r. wound in the taken by that Government else but the allY
and the vegetation of al most I Ir i ievery it, was applied i an the ; an part thing ambition of the Lederg
Mr. Cay destroys
The course adopted by I hour or two, upon examining the poultice in forming the late treaty, which met to cause the disturbances of tbat uurOrta,
in reference to this! election, suid the r useful plant. i uale Countr.
of glass made its with their most marked reprobation.
another pi'-n
chci nistnnccs attending it at the timeveie This treed will, indeed, crow and The child being still in The privateers out of Buenos Ayres A subsequent number gives a criticii
of free flourish in soil and climate but appearance. on the word ORDER, which is too
\ : tlieu, us now! the subject evrry and tho ball of the foot extremely had, ) been very successful, the owners us to republish, but which i is read long for
The fin.il is known; in the northernand pain with| the
irtl lc remark. it scarcely
: rcti'in its
sensitive, the poultice was again .)them having made large fortunes.- more pleasure, all bearing extend,
ir.ni.nimi; though did! not for a middle States of our Union. further than the limits of much
roiifai ; made fourteen the
The Bolivar bad place
1 applied, and with similar success.It privateer, where i it
incicdnlous Without the aid of science learning, origiuatcd.
or
tinir Hike; phce.! Many, Com-
j
I found to continue '! prizes in thirteen days.
necessary
to mere Jissi-rlion, and I anxious to :I without learn or -water engines, but was : -
week jnodora Brown had two engagements In Com.
to
justice Porter
the form-ally a
maintain their! fuimer favorable opinions merely by simple and steady labour, s-inio process we republus
; I short time before informant left the following, which
during( which tinu1; no 1 ss tli tn lrcrllf a our escaped our
and ; nJ to in tiio States tlm I hateful production notice
willing d.spos >e heretofore
wn" ; we copied the
which
Inauguration I eradicated. 1 Iti ;'-5ir. siinll pieces of glass, generally Buenos Ayres,the particulars of paragraph -tilth
lie rise Com.
defer all credeiue) until after his been completely would Save to Porter' note to the| .
It F
communicated.:
and when it should with i now seems almost exclusively conlinI of;1 a iriauijuldr shape, and with angles were not tor of the Mobile Commercial Re i.ltlr 'A.
extremely sharp, were drawn by iliis uppcar! that there was not so much should also have inserted this
of the PoloImac. article be'for.
certainty be ascertained, whethn Mr.Cliv I jed to the region south I
the in into Buenos had we seen it.'e
Ayres
but from difficulty getting fully coincide
simple powerful agent ""ithou;
first States
would be appointed to the !I In some of the western Mobile brother in his
interior:: of t he wound. The foot was I as has been apprehended, as vessels remarks on the sub.
situii'ion: in the Cabinet. The r.omi-; ; it is indeed, well known, and has ject.
i also} soaked l in which I were continually passing in and out.
daily lye water,
advance-
Tuition came It was submitted to tended greatly to retard the MOBILE, Sept. 14.

the Sennit1,-a vote taken ; and contrary ment oi wealth, population and mo- "em-rally brought away* one or two The gentleman furnishing the above Mexican Squadron.n

i
Saturday
:o hat before, I believe, had rals. In Kentucky, it has committedgre..i pieces What renders( the rase I more! I information came passenger in the last we stated on the authority ofC
renit'rkabic, '.-:, that after t the first piece i M-hr. Magnet, with jerked beef, bound pt.
j
evei; happened, in reference to a cabinet ; ravages: ; and blasted the fairest Fisher, who spoke one ofCommodoro
was taken out 1, there was no 1 for 1 Havana: ; fc: oil] Cuba rot on boardavessel
n-.mber of of that appear-j
Porter's H'ssds
appointment, a large prospects: onr promising bonn 1 to
Pcnsacolj
that body (om -third) were l found in "Slatebin; in the neighL ) ia': ".f(ite of ancc of a deep; wound, and no more !belonging to Saybrook, Con- (that the! .Mexican Squadron had
#lass irasfdf t or conl.l. be snsprcii'd 'm-ct'out, from whence he arrived here been
opposition to it.-Besides: tho>,c, there Ohio it is never sc :11 'irginia ordrreil to leave Kt.yVest
by
to reiTum I in it ; and by the time thrit !last evening by the steam boat.F : the
were others, unfriendly to the confirmation seems to foster and chc.-li it wuhpeculiar I ... _._ __ Collector. Commodoie Porter arrived
-
twelve of the hud! ._ 1IJ.
eleven!
t
or fragments !
but who yielded iheir! assent I I I 1()nhl ness. In North and here on Sundiy: from whomwe
that the Pioideiit was of it been eitracied, a skilful! surgeon, who I *.ITl; .'G .'ijlrb.t: ... ...,:.\ [\ !fJ ...J'\ ,,? ..;\ received the
.
on UKLiouml: Foutfi (]arizza th".re i is much I ; ::l. .. "'" :.t <4 )) following note, correcting
the wound til
amenable: to the country, for a correct found( in every field and I plantation.; piobed pronounced .tno. the error which he btlieved

tdmini: >tMticn of its affairs: : ami that In Georgia it thrives as if pl ;anted ina 'I .1iihi mono was preccptihle within had crept into our p-'per.u .

I I ths immemorial us.'ge. of the Scuate hot bed. In I-farMa, aLas! it growsin .: The pwhabilitv( is hat at first a Ion:! Com. Porter presents his respects(
'
of tnterctl the
Jnd; conceded! him the right to select the rankest huuiiance, and shedsits slcnderfr.ignient gl.tss ; to the Editor oldie Commercial Register

Iii, Cannot: agreeably to his own wishes. baleful influence over every department 1 foot .dnost parallel to the skin, and and( hegs UMVC h) correct
an
if the Scn.ite shall i; at SOft d ist a mid' beneath it, and that
It was said, of life. When the British had rrror which has crcpt WI.) his

j"iiixe their assent, and future mi -ll.lfJs }possession of this country it was but !! the tii-l; ,who pfiorwarfb walked! ab.mt the 8th, respecting the Mfucaa plf'rof

I defence the Executive for :'\Ol11t fiIH': inns broke it tq> intoso
:n i.e a strong ( to i,little seen or known. Under!:: the Squadron. Com. Porter assures the-
r : would be afforded and tII(' Pre&ident in m-'iivvL-rv. mir.U'e qlrtS. She j is at Editor{ of the Re
1 Spanish authority it sprung up} every I !i sier that the Squad-

: be en::IJII'II i s.v-l the Senateopposrd direction, as if dclighlini: in the genius presen. ftee fiom ail pain; fc n'rit1t14)I1in ron left Key West for Pensacola inconsequence

; ; : me, md denied a rijiiit ,here-! of thc Government and thu habits I the )'ii!, and walks with liD appearance -==-- _.- ::-- ::::.. of orders which ho him.

: tol.no: : never "hh'ld-the light; ofoh. of the Iwople.VIWll the Americans of hSTOMNGTON!JJellt' RI in\Y. OCTOBCK HUh, 1827Ve.n1f self. gave to that effect, and solely for

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; mnnji that assistance in which I I became jiossessetl of the (Con.) Sept. 5. Sans _Peur.tiewii ,, tIme purpose ot" relieving the government .

iid: confidence! and whiui, it ir.ss my j land, great hopes( were entertained Si1l6'\aidellt.-Those t who of PensnrolrWe are hapvto of the United States from any

desire and 1 object to procure.That I tliJit, hjr to;*' bo..t..1 lilj r..I and on- kiri.v. .HIT I'fsjiuof: the nature and"ha- be able to state that our City is now.luultbyaad embarrassments it might feel itself under

UK iiomuraiiou tnou ii, v.as; suVn.'y; \ lightened instituuoii-., their i niiiustry hiTs of she;;;, ;a!rr ;(\\ ne of I he singular we 'trust that it will continue sn"; Horn its remaining longer there.

1)1..'d on, nml} nothing said, respecting; \ and enterprize, this f-.fal obstacle to tei!:'icitv will: "vI: ('h hey follow each tor the last ten days we bolievr tnie has Thel e is not theleast reason t
()
jt, IS not correct. A :Senator i in his wouliit been ao death, ande know of no sickness
all cultivation and improvement oilier, though evil) is well as thro' believe that the sqmdron was ordered
; place. addressed( the chair-opposed aoihimu.iiion and exterminated ioi.l) Of readiness toI of any consequence. At the Nary laid, "
he ilMr
:
:
soon overcom repqri. (seven miles from the City ) there has been from there by the Collector.
: and] presented (the reasons hut far from this h hcen the Sblloxv'! e-ich Oilier into the most death : "
so ; \nu evtu one lately ; mentioned in the Obitua Mobile, Sunday, 9th iStpt. 1827."
of hs objection l*, which: were en- Ii find that in of all eminent hive The Navy 1'id ha* been extraordinarily
ry. -
JL 4 -. case, we .pSie our\ drinker! we a striking We have too high a respect t for thflt
i tire 1.in nMrrenco: to .''1 r. Clay I healthy during the whole! Summer ; the
skill and this perniciousi0r7 evidence in the flock belonging
I I ingenuity! case o a character and f former services of'Com.
I I more so, w hen it is considered, that the
and conduct lh' Pre.si peri
course on eu- is continually sprouting: ai i to\ farmer i in tils town. The I : Porter
; up i i sou* stationed 1 there arc must of them froma ,to circulate, without gocd
till election.! I -h.ill not use his name our very doors and bifll'; nil our other! day ij9y orr tliemtook it into his Northeu climate, iud that the mechanics 'I grounds, a in
report any way prejudicial -
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nor attempt lo quote his; remarks, although plans I and }projects A. of improvement.It head ID: j.m::) imo a ctrn field ; the II and laborers arc nece>sarsiy much exposedto to him or the Squadron under his
: the injunction of has I the Sun. ."lr. Henry Tnatcher, t\ho had
secrecy I is in vain that we talk and wriu others, sheep !fl;ke, folliwed( and they I command, and it affords pleasure to
removed. I wrll}} recently arrived here and who died aboutthree
le lotiLr 'jince re- !
n : I about the culture ef tho cane, thy were all 1'u,'.;jll.J no to heir backs:! in week" since the one mentioned! above.j insert; the above hoping it may turn

jsuMsber: thothat; the mm'' of thisSfsiuior vine, and the olive ; of the rich and tni..;"iii-f.\ On stai: ti.iothcm from the J j j:' and two others.whom we did rututo.v, ae I out that he is right in his conjecture,

,. : and \\ hat he hill done, and iC'I.I; tht-n chose wallii the only L'uhbat the Yant, WMICU; wo have iI j ji
i varied resources of our soil, the l beuiiznitv lo j j.iiipovera tint: his squadron] was not ordered out

r vlnt S IIlf', were spoken ot publicly ; of our, Climate, ihesilubnty o: '> i'e! oiiiJT side of wiich WMS :t deep/ i j i I heard -.)f.- I of Key West, but thai it left there
nd I well remember that I I Mr. Union's .AdtlreOn our first .
t. ;< too, { no re- pag
our air. These are the 1' fond I delasi'sns well TIM- lir:it t one/e-.ped/ the wall,1 I.I wi:! bt: found au Aadie, fro!MI \1 i. Eaton, j i. solely) :a consequence; of his own directions

'4 jU) to ln.n, was m.'ulo or attempted, of a visionary imagination an.I and: brought up[ ;ai \die bottom! of the !! 0'fCl1ncsH'e.t' :>the 1'ublic, on the sat>jert j. to that; ctfrci-because otheri .

: or (").n11ntte of i:1frl: iry asked for. I will ever remain s>o, as ]Ions as this! de- well ; and dIP n\ under of the flock of the controversy: between Genurul Jackson :'i: wise the conclusion would be irresist-
;: /fer !he had t. Ken hs; sent, tilt nonit i 'I and Mt. (.iu-.
iest-blc weed is permitted to rear its 1 lolljwed o) course: til eighteen of I II |I abe! that; in the opinion of the go.
: voted and} d
3jiioii: was on, earn am': -
.tubbom stalk and its fleteri- (horn were nu"ly stowed aw i ty in the 1! the of
: the appointment ':oniirmi'd., I knv : > spic.id I ..V'll.rtl.Th whole of the fleet in our I vernment neutrality the port
.jiis foiLj-e throughout this country.I bottom! of the vvell. V'lth mm.h lLftinly ; )hailJur! COIl I'ti.lg oj'ir.e Natchez. G. HuiJi had ''een violited, which we should
whtt friend nmmber aflorJc V> .
!IC
.: :iu1 or ( ) : they were taken out ; tboniih\ I K-q. ('lh :lI'i'lg the! b. ,>ad I'emnni Com. be believe. If this
know not indeed, the bntaaicai. SOH! to : report bfJ<
:M ( tin1! infounation thn h'.s:
: r. lay ; : UiL.LY; ) tic IJne. D. 'l f."I-: Esq ; and
TIll!! of th"m'cre! drowned.Frojii .
l1'lI1le (\ji\ it have anv) of this:; POiSOIlOll.- J qql t eight: | unfounded, it must be charged to one
11it ;, ii tiii- tl.e Hornet A C't
71J-U'1I !:) was not r.Jijrcted; lo 1 _. :\ rux Jlsj. ; put tll ;jr"<' on
4 t'"i1t: : ; b'.u I do know\ ihttlw m .U,. I :/ .IIH ; :Mr.Williams i who hits pIlIJli la- :! r --: -:::-__'.._.... _: = i AJoiiiiuv nuu.iing I l.iit ; on a ctuizt*. A ICI i( of his own officers who related it to

.'-'d a nvM vahnbio: and! in;cr stin ? arc Pou. I jHjit }h.l ijecu in ctrcn'ati (\v- i..l'lW n.it i Capi.in Fisher lie w.is so part'cus ; -
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m J"-T\'t!: report.Ila'tt'rn ____ _._ ._
----- =-: '"'- :-: 7' --=-=-- 1'iiMiivhat otirce or un wit it t. id > that!
... ,ouut of thf \V Tcs1e1.n part of ourTeru O >ui >iuiti i IT ;ss 10 rem.uk, that verbal nm'sg:: 1!
sl of wit! I'i- hfreiiU'n ilie S.n'imi.i'i; Clc .
j'ei" ; riiaii.Tlnenns i -ly alt tf fitr! Crew of tiio: (t'. b. *sdi. .
;h.-s not nu'iitioi.ed! it ; find Jji'jzil. Anat W:.- :i1 Si sriit by the Collector, :,)
2 "'n- aIf'.'4' MK:1I: l flt any, di'I'I' tl'T., amung AireS :anaik had deported and ii M -> i.tvu M..Jinicd ;

'. 11? Joof ell 'n;a..i, tri! a tntos.'etit:: !!$JIh-. !. i i/io/ |)n>(hictioi>x of f ')in til), though:!;! he rival; a; iiiMiun; : frui.i i\lcam: eyu1r.", I tl.iit tile sii>'.irii in.>\.uc .; 0' lite! : .vlitch the conniMndin; officer (Capt.

!: Mr.ih .".qc: p.air S csinverinon: : .1d1 \1- has noticed the obbtiiiatp! ; ceo. Hut this wrings certain ndvicrihii: ike I:itnosAynan Squadron; I has htTii occnj ionc'l b.. i.iKiin.i-t .i P orp:",)/ reoliod that he should not

'11;:" .. ill of ilitit e-'tiiii'iiih i : } : \\ rirer inns! I Govenu.itiJ has REJECTS;:* I t'fiI re\I'lh'.1 of t this f jct. It i*. prohal11t" I drpart" : for a verbal order, after whirl1
: ;u w :s IJfCt.ir; or the ->
!iireurr! that liiti repoil, i if well !unlrd, is erruno'His
ircf.tri.vl, ; ,. tnt! l.Jl I .-iniiii-J !It,:mj.Ju : 'ylie attiibuted! to the non-existence 'Jic Treaty of l't'ace iK.: rociaied: by I I .is rt'/ ar.ls tii vessel na-iK-d', and ttiere isiL'.Hton I he presumed! a written communication

i n-) i irther I! this; is;; my ..USVAIV.J3 ; I .1: tins \ Vtl'd: illV c>t Florida ; foru Its minister, Mr. Garcia, at the Court to JsUppo! Mlmt it i i.. the Urarnpns, if was received], as the squadron all putto

?- i is _1 pu'oiic nntter, and .,11.: aiwI;r: j is well known tInt tlknow. as ofBiazil.-One of the letters from either, from which ttie ,nen haH de3ert d. sea in a few hours. if it be not correct -

'. wincH the/ country his; ju-; \irl; :!'{: !*,m-h l) of it in that section of; our Ter- Montevideo states !:ij.it: so great was Tiic following i is a--P-List of the Officers of we leave to the officer to explain

: t ('.cep solicit1.:: ::Je : it was; riuhi th; :!(l' ;tory as we do here. Mr. Williams the }public iiid'gantiun: at Bieu'isv- the U. :S.:; Ship I't: ie.diaries what motive induced him to

'; to j.t,eal; whit:' 1 knew.-li.it bcsits: : ;>robably thought i it vas too common ,res against Garci.t; t for :;'reeiud( to the VA.ilEL: 1'UB \Elt, ::!t'1. C ;nmaTlrer. spread such a report.

k t U"-'Ji'- S'I Cl-sy; \\iiioai! regard; to oilier I I o need a particular: description. treaty, that he w:is obliged tully- for II Crow. Lieutenant.Jaiob Cc that as it may, we cannot but

Whatever then be Is learned life.; A leU from thai Cioxvmjj nirld, do. applaud Commodore Porter for thc
written
Jt'eiinor! .:. conceir. for the illtftht t;*' may: } : place \\ iliiam S. \\'aJkc-, do. ,

4'* lie 1 mi'4hi be (doirur; his undertaken: to... name: or medicinal properties, it is before tile new of the rejection of the George Jzar.l!, duo course he pursued in relation to ibat

before the well known in of known both Parties William Swift, matter, if he was conscious of no impropriety -
jId.! 1 mo public, by representing every parr oar country treaty w i > sfs: / Surgeon.Villiam

: that I Iriil :su taiued a p.iper by tho vulgar appellation: : ofLAZIKEKS. are m heartily; i tin-d l of tut! war; and! \ \Vir.iainson: burqeon's Mate.. in withdrawing the squad

: for the object ot .:!'niling his motives, : ALLAGIMDA.Substitute are each alike in no i1UItil)11 to Protract -D. AI. F.me Thornton Smith,,Ll.P Marines.T.fer..Constant ron, thereby relieving our government

;. itiul deti'i'sn him ill the exercise of ; fur Canal IL fur; '.vdnt of mr jus ; more particularly John A. Davis, Snili? Master. from further complaints on the
Robert
his duty, f.r thus! it !\( el1" to bf. read : Graves has invented : .- I Crazil: : noviiiiistaiding the MitlujJlnmChartcs Green, Edward part of Spain, and proceeding with it

a noble vocation indeeIVhv! doill's : a new planfor high; tone of :Its! Emperor; which high Boyd, H. N. Cad.v, W. C. Chaplin, C. U. to the principal rendezvous of the American -
: conveying canal boats from one Davis. S. D. Elliott G. K. Gray, E. L. Handy Navy in these where alt
? I h.ul interfered the farfoni; seas,
not to intcrlupt tone, by by w is being
<
levul J C. *
to another on inclined planes J! Keyword, J. F. Miller, C. W. Pick-
: Mr. Clay's repose ;-! t.id written to the echoed by the memheis of his Cortes 1 : PI inif, .James? Ncble.V. his operations must be carried on directly

; I, no letter to Mr. Carter JVvorly ; lifts supercede of 20 to 100 feet necessity elevation.of locks or about the tune of the sailing; of the I \ C. Turner, Capt ain't Clerk.I under the eyes of our Naval

I and :is fir; as lit then had knowledge, substitute for locks Heron from Rio, with the Minister I : Alycrs, ttoafxwttin.K. Officers. It evinces a disposition on
has
]Jiad t of been approved I and in fact far :. Heaid, Carpenter. his to act openly and above board.
c spoken noihinji; ; or concerning: of by numbers of scientific Treaty ; they went so J. Trueman, Sail Maker. part

? l.im. Xw reasonable man then, can Patent rights can be gentlemen. as to declare the war not only to have Henry Kuimj, Gunner The Squadron arrived sale at !)ensa..

look to volunteer in contracted been and dUho.iorably conducted cola last week.
me as a this$ busi- for badly ; -
whole canals single lifts
Jf'S."i, or as having none farther, thane and or( I but the-principle on which it was OVei.-Mr. William Prince, of-the Lin-
a model may he seen at No. 243 I Botanic Gal den We the following from the Nrw-
I neau New York, has some copy ,
elf demanded.) entered into be
\ l'n justice to my.- to unjust ill cverysense .
VVatcr-St.or72 \Vall-St. 'V. 1hlr J. I IB. strong stumpy trees of Olives, calculated to York Spectator, not for the purpose of a-
JOHN 11. EATON. Hen.shawjlo whom communications. ; the conduct of tho Ministers 1 "J, yeild fruit speedily. They were re/ared: by d opting its sentiments ; but merely because

.Franklin Ten. bept. 12, 1S27. are to addressed. Of the relative was severely scrutinized l, ;and that; of f taking stionsj radical shoots from old tree's I it hag been elicited (by matters which \'VI'"

- .4, dL.- ,r --- -= expense the _IfitrhfjRiintrrnr- .hm.lfnnt.:...... _. .. w vf' .vvtenderly .. in the South of France; and consist of a have heretofore noticed. There is one fact.
..s-,' 4 .. ; of these substitutes, comparedwith --O---J dealt---J-.n with '. \ number varieties all of the very choicest which, perhaps we ought to have mentioned
F : M) j lltgu
:., ,p.) _____- (a. :tC. locks, we havo no means of jurlffiniT. that the absurd YO.1.f may Kinds. These trees may he obtained at before, and we do it now. without expressing .
44 -O Mr. Graves has not been sufficiently phantom (; Royalty IS from .t to one dollar '..;iJ 23:>> cents earn. :I any opinion as to its correctness or incorrectness -

: from the Augustine: Herald. explicit in his likely to experience} eventually the and may he wdl: worthy of the attention of ;-handbills, similar to thc O-
advertisement.
: Mr. tfottld.-I have. read with same file in Brazil as it has done in the l'lai-rs of-Fioii.ia.: We also take this which were published in New-Orleans i-

*ome sati I.tiol1, in your paper, a The engine of lOt horse power, other parts of the American Cont.nent. ;- opportunity/ again call the attention of our f viting Seamen to enlist in the Mexican Na-v

S prospectus for the publication, in I] built in this city, and used to raise l ." fellow-citizens to the valuable and extensive vy, were posted tip in our City-we kuwnot
I assortment of Frtiit Trees, offered to the whether any were enlisted in COl1S{'''
t Charleston, of water to snpplv"the
a periodical k summit l If'\cl of
WOI to
B.VT.TIMORC, Sept. 21. Public by.. Mr. IViiice.. and to rt'l1L1pd quence or not.Commodore.
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the Union ,. ,. --
Lo eulitleil the Canal
Southern with its -
Agricul cost, [ iron (Jolombia.Vc have advices from I that urdeis for them may be left with'the

turist. (HJlIlpsant'1 machinery, S5000. It ;Is Caracas to the 20th insT. [[AIJasr.-! Editor of this paper ; who will furnish Catalogues 'I Porter.-It is stated
[ Publications capable of i to those who wish to examine in the New-Orleans on tho
:. of this nature ; as well raiding; 650.000) cubic feet Accounts had reached! tin from Bogota may papers
;J: I re i them. .
as societies for the ofwatci 94 feet in authority of letters from Pensacola
promotion and 5m- 21 hours. The
that
the had annulledall I
I Congress
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1 j JII'\emem of Agriculture, have no i publication this fan, in the report of the late decrees of Bolivar, nndtt.'prwcf1 Front Vera Cruz.-The Vrrtcruzano Li I that Capt. Ridgcly] has returned from

doubt done some good ; but there is I the late Potomac Cantil: Convention, ) him of extraordinary bre of tile fourth September, contains I I Key West, satisfied, after due inves-

: an evil which exisTs j in these Southern( has attracted much public notice, Some had taken pow- the Message of the Gavernor: of the tigation, that tho neutrality of that
ers. movements
regions of our Country that has hitherto I I and induced numerous inquiries from I State of PUt ltla: to the Legislature ; which port has not been violated by Conn
,
place the military the two IVrnvian 4Tjt lic
among says > tranquility reijjns, as [ Informed Porter, as the Spanish authorities have
escaped alike the notice of all gentlemen residing the Hudson and the
marched at of
regiments havii-g out you opening former
'! your aHel' erf.-So far from this it is editorially .
the learned elsewhere
and know ,
scientific writers on to the cost of similar Caracas for the! it Session, and we must secure its continuance,
;
: | purpo.-e. w-i; >upposed -
the cultivation of the earth and the :: engines, calculated to elevate certain ( of themselves under by wise Laws, equitably ext'cuteo.Theseideas intimated, that hisconduct, in

laborious researches of our agriaihu- J quantities of water in a tiveutiitn }placing ; are simple and !'ati fdctlry. The all respects, has been governed by
the oiders of
Gen. Paez. A report answer of the PriisKle.it of the
Legislature, ihc of .
: rules
I. ial :.associations.r had for i :' &c. One of them most scrupulous propriety.We
e ,
sc'ctal inquires thn in circulation that the declares that, tit
was oi; passage by adoption of codes suited this
I
whether
,: years, in ibis City a society of this cost here of an engine that would raise of Bolivar and tho43ritish Minister to the spirit of those who aret.) be ruled very much question

kind. Mny; able and ingenious dissertations I lone j million gallons 24 feet in 24 hours. Mr. Cockburn, from Laguira: to Car-,: and regulat/1 l 1)- the improvement of the statement has not been put forth from
; and Wo j times, y will endeavor to ensure the Liberty personal considerations favor of
reports emanated fiom I anticipate facilities and ad...
greet : thagm, they had quarrelled and on and
H that learned and ppine.s" of their Country ; and the Commodore, rather than from
respectable body ; vantages to the canalling system from their arrival at the latter port, Mr. adds-"Ky: so doing we shall hecQlne. thE' nice i ideas of that justice which
Lut it is the
r : matter of no little use of steam engines.-Pitts.Gaz. objects of detraction and slsinler hut any
surprise Cockburn ; none
Immediately proceeded to
;is in all clue from neutral to
tint: the evil should forget, that he cases a
which I allude!, and From owes himself to the
which the Charleston Courier. England. welfare of his Country ; aid Liberty will belligerent nations. Be that as it
under prevails to a very great degree, Mr. Editor-A small negro girl on ( From Buenos Ayres.-By a Gentleman be imperishable {four federation continues may, however, it is high time that the

overlooked our \'Crnoses these was entirely Monday the 30th of July, trod accidentally ; direct from Buenos Ayres, who in hands, which will not strive to make the government should act with decision-

by zealous friends of } upon a piece of glass, which left there on the first July I we learn, Public their own property. on this subject. The conduct of ,
'
Agriculture.This layover a hollow in the earth. lathe that the Heron, British s loop.of war same Under paper the contains head' of two Foreign proclamations News, the;- Com. Porter' to use the mildest term,

evil is n most pernicious weed, course of the day ono piece of glass( : which carried tho treaty from Rio Janeiro one from, the authorities of the State of Salvador has been of a character very suspicious -'

:: which grows and spreads itself: in every which lay in sight just beneath the still remained at that place, & in Central America, addressed to supposing him to have; al"'a)'

direction, and at all seasons of skin, extracted with the finger, &i I that there was no mention made of the inhabitants of the Department of Chi-I owed allegiance to tho Mexican Go-

; the Yt' r. It blights all the dreaming I it was supposed this was all that bad the time of her departure. The Ru- banner quimala ofSalvudoragajnst, inviting them to the join State under nfGua the vernment. He has been inveigling,

..hones and fbtidest schcfncs of the 4 entered at the time of tfoe accident, 1 jiaor of Mr Garcia laving fled for his 'a a.la.JThe otherii ftqm the Governrneut seducing, or at least inviting ,AzewI

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t lo ship unJcr than e lcxi- And when the toast friend 1 -
n scnmcn is given by A ,
T From ihe XalionalJournai. I
'I I I Forgets his l ring; aim, aad vorl." NOTES 30 RENT.
and under it serve against
,- fl'i a J A
; ; It would be n opinion has been circulated that I
unreasonable al this toreers
day subscriber
,
a Justice of the Peace
with which all) our lel.t-1 I the THE JpHE desirable resi'I.e- of Col. John
government at once, the policy of the country ; denth of lUre Canning mafe- | the County Etaan.b'n, duly au- -I U. Frnwick
:, at
;;ions are of an amicable nature. And j jTV I or to institute a comparison between this move some of the impediments; which : thorised, commissioned and sworn, has taken I the subscriber-possession present occupied *j

!hen iii conduci be t nu's the Mibjuct ;jTerrhory and some States, where the devoices s'ood an office in the house will be given
j jnfa I in the way of a commercial intercourse belonging to : the 1st of November.
of Bacchus
}proper :JnvestigJlioH hy the regular from public employment.are studiously Perhaps excluded between this country anti General Call ; where lie can be f:und at I Kobt. Mitchell
Mjme hour in the day, for the ,
any of
oflu-ors of our government, after approach towards this desirable improve the colonies of Great.i ain. It is : busmen. transaction Att nl of John R. Ftniticlt.

Jinviii'; pnblKslu'd handbills in our sen ment may be made, by excluding hose who generally understood that tI disposi-! lie will also do any copying, or adjust October 13I82r.-30if

ports, openly inviting our sailors lotiBt are both security drunkards of the and latter insolvent, out ofrcspf'ct, or of requiring tion of Lord Goderich, llie n"w, accounts, on the most reasonable terms, ., l"lO Iaa.

his cominand he sees (fit Premier is favorable: the U-' and with prommness.il .
,:. uivl]*r to that portion Society more to weeks after this date I m-ill
aop11
lo report to the despicable: } quibble, Who think that: the Naiion never will thrive, nilcd States than was that of his preJe-j! oily fc auc,mg. SIX the Jinn the County ':Onrt of:.

(f.ict enlist them within 'Till every Sot i? bniie.l alive and the has cambia for
tint lie (11(1 not in cesaor ; suggestion : been! County Letter of AdmiiuV
Or it might be well to compromise and haveonly The subscriber also respectfully informs '
jurisdiction: of the United States, lurlfofthe Civil Ofucersof tile ren ito- thrown out that this would be a favorable his tendsn 1 the public in general, that i, of lrattoll aid flU the Estate of Jacob Reiser, l Ute

hut carri-d; them gratis from New- ry drunkards' and va:ubonds. This latter moment to press the question lie will draar herds, Mortgages, U.lid of t'' > County deceased.

Orleans into the hiiih e-is, and there arrangement would bf a g'ot one; as the upon the consideration of the British; Sale, & Powers 8f Attorney, with neatness James pillmn.I .

shipped them. Either he is a very Constable tciug ticornlu t/u right and as it Government.V'e have an able' and i and legal precision, on rlie most reasonable -I _P'nl'tro'a 8th O. 18.T--29 -6t. .

-vreak man, ((which has always )been would be wrong IIP to execute an unrighteous vigilant minister at the court of St. and accommodating terms. and solicits Noi.- -
.i\ltl I'mcnr, would have it in his pOhtr, a ixjrtion of public patronage.

inspected) more or less, from his inordinate : acciudinj to law, to prevent any blunders James ; one who, to great experience, H. B. Stringer.Pensacola 4lx-rY days from lhi< date, I will

' pn)jensily for scribbling in all of a drunken or knavish Squire. If the and an ample km>'rledc of the true 17th I.'_ pl) for Letters of \Kdmimstration.ap.
Constable also.honId like to oak hi elbow Oct. 1827-31-tf.
V manner ofnewspapersand! |Mmphlets, C'I interests nf our country, unites a C3mpetent the et.ite of Jotin A. Rogers, late ot Es-
to j often it will do no hat rio if the Justice -
, ami wrilin-j books whichteml lotlnow arqnaintance; with the precise mOTIC.D. cambia County, decrased.James .
serves him. as a Sqnii ? did in i'iiriessediink ,-
disgrace on oil'-( natioMil: character; ) ; or : the parties: iid !ri\'p.J.H- mcnt for sentiments of th? )present Administration. SIX weeks from tins dale I will apply Pendleton.t .

k rn sts raiit till (' stable Or like! .-\V( doubt that he will the lion. the
]IC has nfl('rf'd:1 jiroNS insult to the ('n"e! : ; another cannot County Court lot' he t Pensacola 8th Oct 1S27 -J9-7KM !

"f this .reai; rommiinity, : l by setting up Jnsiu-e, Virginia, hore110111 avail himself of C'CI'prnppr occasion County of Esca-Tbiu, for letters ot" Adaiiniilration -
some riotous; slavr-swere bron-jlit, with witj the OH the Instate of JOHN M. (;*TU, LIST UF LET fE {
to :
f: stichajilei. 1 li is as ..h urd as if a man; j nesFcs and speci.ilors: who ordprrd the promntr principal objects of his deceased. CHAULK5 1). IWOUIC. ,

thnuld! strive to ('\ -de justice, by sc- U hole! pns.e to be given fiflppn I-K'ICS' each mission! ; nor rawit t admit of a question Navy Yud Pe ivcol.i, l !1b VIXIN'G in the Post U fi-e.Pensa.

.S The witness-? and dired to be that his iiumictions lirect I him cula, o'i the 3 Jtli d iy of September
from 1ih
( tCiIl; a person one l.lt' to a- spectators : Oct ;! 1827-;> 1-Gt. 5 .
; rxcuspd) from the of tie! judge. omit It)4l, wircn it nt taken nut by the ilstDervm
luither, and there: pIcking his Docket) ; operation to no opportunity which offers: -------- -- .I
.-" next will hr tfcic
ment but the inexorable S quit C insisted:: PROSPECTUSOF irt to General
thesi th.it he had; committed to revive iho Mibjcct' (, tilt to ? it
vnd arunitig I I that thedid not now thy hnd d.srv IIi pres Post O i Ij..t'h: Dead Letter

I no crime, because the poor man: i it. and) i if they ha-l! not. they would di-M-rve : on the consideration ol lie Mn.lisSi TUG I. \ nln..... .\',,etv 2, \lonzn Asquith'

who was robbed was not a citiy.en of :: it. nnd thrreforf ordered them to UP .:astij ; cabinet..Mails. ; 'O\l\\\tyU .liu1tut. Mr. Allen, Hio ms C. \mcs, Gurdea C,

the state in winch he sut]:' 'Ci'., and be- I j gated, according to his flu st decision lo Kuropr.-The; arrangp- \sltcm.hlll: 5 K.corn..
Lvcur I 'I'llE want ot a "o.i.. to hic'i our plan H.-.!.i7if I Brtl't"'I: J -hn Flickly R- bt.Ui .
the slate fromvliicli he had! .us.t Tn I.tit nutde fur sending i a regular I mail >
ranse < I 1_ h.I" c.uid jvier for information! relative BI'cr", :)t-it L. Hi owning, Fr. ncn J.
-- .. __ to I ILtMo the fust dud lifieentlt of
-
on
had t ;
.
no jurisdiction I ,
smuggled Bronk 2. \ll' vler
TICPII ti tre A.. "ulture 0; the southern \: Blur M""nelfee2

over the felony.A />on the Florida rume.T.U.I..HU"t.t eve.y: monili, is ;a nutter otgrett :on- I section oftne Union, has long been telt. BI'O.lIII. CtIJt. .;;.LCL, t. Urn Jn.

word more about the attitude! in The Jtide of onr O'aiiict:, OCT.the 11i I O. U:.27.j honia. veuience to 'III \\vh' 11.1allY commercial and has 11I'1t i h-rn MID ui'.tel I to as a neGentry Uu !JiM- I.evrlhfll 1)1..nll1"1HuJ.

trans tctions I eni for lucn no remedy was at 'jask-l 1, W.n.: .. ,I., '.\ 11.11 111)11:12. Ann
Commodore Porter I or mv COTCSpoiidenre -
which place> Ran-l.il! his l.uly and family, armed/ al
I band. \\ uli a 5Uilicl ot Uieius I.. Koatwri !iu. j j :flu iJurn-i
CY amifiiterprize Q.iver
Lim.sHf of hi indecorous this pta cc late i in the evemu: of Saturday wail liic people of Fr.ince. -
independently i I Barns I IIV.. IJ..
to ClJlhl'lCt e\pe. Mien's, to selt 2, Tiio.n.ts ltzIIrortI
: last. This movement in our Judge J ,. From the
prompt in .
;
coquetry with the laws of nations. justifies great rijjnhruv tiie o>- I dra t iiikrencvs, and t.'> deta 1 tlic.H, yet I 5, George T. li.iyer. I. A Brown Ed
; us in the pli.MsintJ anticipation, I.: :
J\:" l'l' 11:1\: ug been maintained by on; I he will pio\e a bum! ss man. From alt { artiitv und arriv I of f t tiioso: }prickets i ; luveu-e ;presented tutor world, the specUcle I ward Brown, Francis G Urut.y.C. .

: government in its service from hi*i ; we have learned on the fnbject: and w". i t is f.iiilv, to be pi i earned' trn! l letierswill ; I .if. a in.ili miruied and e.iterpnzin;* .- n.JL.nln Clements 5, Joan Camp.

childhood, and raised to as hi'rh a r,ink j have: hec> industrious ir: \iie i inquiry weaie I lii-re.ifier be j fm w irdud to an
in as its oriianization; allows[ I fully 8suT ed!, that the.Jtide will I I justify I.p I.. from: I li ivre with quite as I much cer- | mat agric-.ltund\ t wu'iiAnd depending Carr, John Caffril cby Coon, Benja. _
our n.ivy p I t lie opinion his nicnds find tie:! hul)' 01 I 1! 'IuIL'I.Ill. or.il -uniiuiiicMioua; or toreugnhIJtiiCAtitmulS min Chap-Me, Jium N.Coxe, En Couch,
liis j : inordinate pruriency for seeing: 11he Community that hf is fully! rqnal to til**'I t t.iintv; anri :uniformity* 'I'> ))\\ t'XISSI: !! t >r ail our knowledge on John Carlin, Antoine Collins, Lt. C.r.ke,

':, Jsimsclf: in prim, led him to make some! di,clMitr" of all tlie: duties of his iiiirh and she tr.itiMuiscioii! i of ihf :m ;I!I., bei\vefii t: t.iI 1. Mibj iVIIi 1st others: have care.I .Jacob Crowninsiiield! 5, \. Claxtosi; 2,

disrespectful rennrks on those whom, rr'pon'iliJp station.Onr \ :' \- York and 1 Xew-Oe I! .-Th\\< !I (, Iy coii--jted and recorded the cxpenu. Ci.u: le' Criilon 2, Dominique I'euloBenj ,

his; honor -'is a sol-'icr! and his duly asj r connin oii'initp I >,; pprfeclly I deait'iiy: : :;; i i is one of fhe m my ;1.h"I.. t'o -rvi-J \ u.t: l i,seir practical 1to'nmers, we haH .min Collier.
1! lie more e.\tordiHn.. !1)1'.'HIM; tli.\:\ i, n- j PL riilled: the !h al'.t earned knowledge of D.-Sally Davis, 1-:. L. Dnbarry Jane
incumbent him liy this <:'nV fi\m :llie t'1I=: ;;/p thai
citizen made it on to'I : rpl
: /I nivpr-.iily; urli,'\p:1:! to 1 bo tiie mo-t ilauijf-) : : I all I limes with rC Forthis .'- fffh la the! iiir i ongiinlly-cuirii-ti: j :nlo eiiKl/ t tile pro I John S
it, ireat at IH'rt. I tOil .t.I' j .\.r'.II. pivce have been s raining every nerve iw A. Davis, Thomas Uiltard; 2, Uobt.T. .

j ii : impropriety: l ho, was tried by aboard i I I'!'brptPmber.; I th I 1t 1'I' w .re a niimorr oTand "1.1I ,. | ject of p.ickei >hp: s plying: ft'tll1ld\ I tIe: cause, we have been mere lookers. DoJd 2.EJa'nes.

"- of officers-his peers-whom L I sfvcrp casos of iinii.spo.iiiori ; III iii.; ; ; I;et!{ '.veeii this lot) ;nd I l.'i'i rnpi-.. It ismicii MI. Whilst they have advanced rapidly, W. Exam, Willivn F.lliot,

not11 ; ( ferocity( everdarrd to I thpie lia- been none. This i hu.u pp: .\ aiiflii: ..' : to IKS) wished tint HIP vmie ar- I we have been stationary oi at least have U m. K. Estill, David Eaaton 2, DavidEattun
party iati.ni is in a ;i n',11 'iipasur" att )'ut.t,1! lc to but I Juiir.K. .

charge with having been IoI'gIIl! (H. th? inrrea"I"\| snn<;.ip..s of oui q'ljiteis. aii'l; I rall'lIwlltViId.. h is now bet-i:' nritleM'iih progressed slowly. .-Join Fisher, Cornelius Fuller Ml.guel .
what has ,
: sold, or swayed or influenced l by the' i Ill1e enlarged comtorls anil comiits <;f oii<- the French iroverniiient for the From cause arisen the vat Fernandez-;

i l diet, all I I I incident I to permaiirnt M'ttl'mcnlbetter : I i I of li! <; ii 'ivre m.iils miL'htaKo superiority of the North over the SOMSII:
admhf.ftration( : which broiiifht luin toan conveyance in Jl which relates to Agriculture ? IJ.H. ( ;.- William: Gay. Jaco, Ga:kinl, Caleb
alHI cult ii t e af tin* sui! :Aiu ft'IIifl I k
account. I He w ,S t f.mnd tfuihy I i upon tiir hf
and "1J ;pf'nded for a short time from I I I to our f li-icil 11t'1 f' 1'IH'l nniioce'strv.. but-I I for the conveyance of the their attention to the subject, that they C5, Alexander lb.sOII. 2, \\iliianji

liis: functions. In the justice of iliisfcntenre :: i I if t hey will I rel'ect I that siu-li I notices are in-.j I mils;; brtw.-en th.it: country': and the alone have rrrade experiments un I I proliled (ia1'S, Capt. Gayle S, C. (..lit.'I .

I j tended= for our culi.'iirn f..it'id is at a di i. United Slates.; The IJi pf1lt lines of by them ? Nol so.-Tiie; Planters ot 'I II -ti-.ist.ivus Harriion: ; S. M. Harrison
he did 11')1 tlunk to I .1
proper : lance, we wilt '.e jii i iifi"d( i.i g'\'in' occisioml he South ua\ c been as enterprising andas Martin Hail, Peter. iwkins, iSolrrt Jlandy .
wished make hinsplf : packets: ro now so irr mired that one .i .3 Fr.ii.cis
: lie to : : I. Harrison. CJ.JrilI.tr.
acq'csce.
biN! ofJicaltli.! : nure puiticuUrly at[ active ;in tnnr roearr.hes as those ol -
modem Co- f vo el 1 s.iils; wfeky, !' from; Now York; dey, dul I Hunphre) s, Wiiiiam' iiaube
flt a certain: extent, a thisras')n of the \eai. hltinOn I. the North. IJ-'l uhst. : the '1tscoverit. I : ,

Tielanus. Hut, in tie! name of all'I .Mond.iy l.isi tlip Superior COlin forthis I aiiil i I anotiier! weekly from Liverpool. ni.ide: by te: latter are inH! tateII \ J-Witlitin Jo IUSO" 3

tit: i"IN dignified in our asiociaiionsvdi COUnT, opened IK session, it ",is gl 1., | The! ad\antiovs: ; ofa t weekly mail be- I brou.ijlit! into njiice hy their pencuUculpublication. : 1 l K ->nuel epJ.lcob Kelkef, Francis ; -

11\ uiig to j>'e te! veiy respectable (;i.-and 1 I tWCiIpw Ynrk 'lIld place with ."* \::101.Jfth foniif artkno* nJ I ; Fu-! ; 2, \u,ustus II. Kilty J.i .

d he chaivci; r of an injure I and Jury assembled! on tliC'-rcasion:, and if' .sue)::: a !J but to few, for \v.ti.t ot a jjro:>er vcir.cie i L. --incisco; l.lopis 2, irt. cu Lope,

1n;>jnnt: p'ltrolIiI'y; ; even In the m.'.; requirp.l: stimulating in ineetinjr and j j wiiicli; its chin iii-'rci.ul r"lations are so lof comnninicution. Hence it ha been I t;'or''" L..ildl'11. l.a'.i\.-, William B.IAIIC .

n.UH'
and decency, does he suppose (lie very aoleand I I unpiessive i cIt,c ,Ia.1 v- immeuw.-.\'. y. Lire. 1')..Jst.t rapid; than ours and t'i: ,t'C are at Una I uel P'lihjj Lre 3, W-n. K LatuimierJohrt
-refl J>y Jmige ilandal. Tie; result i is /';'r.I I. n !eII irb.ir\ A.Lew.
tint -!h character is to be i ; ..Y'll'ut.-e uiHle! ;,iUl mat Capt. day so uchuent iU this ora.ICIJ of knovv {
It
sn' a supportd tain. i U Mnudlhitt G i a : I
I confidently no id tht y -6ii' I nn.4 )!)D.e\', Po.icho$ Moreno
i5Uv.li bing Cake, Uos it not
4- I bv his lieconi ivy a par grapher; in'I Jury for this Tenitory lim en j.Td ii its .1 oim i 1) nviis :s cippoimed( to the coin- I become ledge. our rianti-rs to cmiiu forward a.idassist ; Kodcri Mi) .-ly, E. Al'ilet, Mt-n.i: .!:ojen.

thy New Oi i loans paper*-a
1)eitifo2 er ill gPlw: I d! forlbe Mexican I! 111 iu\'olvt'nH>lIfj ilUti heotv)' rrsJw.L-iuilifi,. :i now lilun OlllH tiie Gosport Navy I contribute Inuu time to tim sucu i !.>.- .;, P Pauli '"II., MafSJiul 1 tlf WestITin.ia

a rovernmcnt-an editor of llourisiiiii1'liap.dbills I more feailes.sly than the (JiandJuiy, trI Y.iru :for I tile .i-\I..du'dll'aJ1: : arid Lietit.i I 1 niatioa as !nay l h e ot service t i,) iiie couuiuiiiiy. : George M->.ierweil, Jonn \liisruoi. -
*T I II/.i. District: al this term. And is It) I b liop'd .

; } to seduce unwary seamen thai \\r\\ example now oiler d I wili ''inveli i:: .J 'iii'i i 11ft'- Fir-.t Lieutenant I'i Tn.-. WIJ.k,11 t be d.vivieu mto : :.-Thom.ts Nichoals! John Neil.
Part lot Jd.Selection1 .
fitm their natural allegiance anl i I J ? happiest t1iat.t; S. At anv I i te :11! ( people The Drliware w'll ihe broad three }):trt. Or'bn.d-t'.tr: I
j u : bear ; ; 'i And HI.'Ie1..11'1 ... Agricultural I P.-Peter P "hirn'Illt .'11 l".JU.1rd. S.
4 make them, in a moment of lielusion! aie fUVf'1I \0 understand eji: .i'.iii-: i peiiii.int of CoiiiMio'lore i : CUA.XK, onj lntori.-aion., C. Pavoit, J tson PUnt, ),\'.d !',)rlt.'r:2.
caiN;l t.ialtiiey iivc in a iaim \"hIC. e a Ian1prevails I
evils!! That} know of!' ; her I William Tell PO1.o.lnrtllaa'n D. II. Patterson -
tly fo ; they nut I ; and \v:I II I sustaiiit'lf: : 1 l ; wiicreas Its j arrival at this: si: nion.nrfalk. Part ht. wilt contain all Original: Essays -
I 2. Wiliiadi Pearson 0", Wiliiain! Henry -
\e iJiink it is NOT.Ve \ < iiJM I fccem, that from th recent long (IPI I .\ llcrall. on Ajjrii-uliure, Jjrticalt.ire, riotany PeidietonViliian Pinckney 3. Robert .

\ tru"t that no apprehensions of Jay of ihe/ law. it h-id come to he the rrceiv- i Sttdtlen DeliItO ii SI I.'III'dlC B-iral All'iir-s and i).)niestic Econ ,. Potten.er2, Samuel G. PeltJ.iiUe:1
I e i opinion mat I here was no law, at least I the staple: articles
nl'tot present
;
inisreprcsenlation by theiradver .'{.I. insi. s-iys 'he M'inis.} own, N. J. I on.\ i'atteison 2.R.Francisco.
no law in ac'.iv.-! healthful ( ;)erati.sn. TiieJ of Dentil will be attended to, but also
cir of ide: clamors; have prevented !J" county i is |lid "''.f.h-! in debt, to the active in- ''Jersoynnn, :MrJiifri Sergeant, ; the the JIl auction ot new o'jccU of Culture : Rich, Wiiiiam HoJtrts.11..

our: jrnverniwiit from J);IyiI1g every I du'trv_ au.! tl'.II !les energy of tin* pusentj dropped.I d<)'vn Mid exuired l instmtl\i I : I i sucu as the Grape Viue, Olive, Capera RaCin, Thomas: Royston, Robert H.tcn.e,

;iltemion lo the majjcruvres of our expo j i liii;lily respectable and rxemplaiy (Irandliujiiest. ; ;MI :hr} house; of his; coiis'n, :\li I). I : Tea, Sugu Cane, Silic Worm and P. G. Randolph, Churles Jt.I.y, ; 7, .'
f Htm. John K. Reany, John u'elelicn, .10.... r.
"! clJltain.re do not believe it ; I TkebUj.criorConit afierlaboring't'irou! ii i' 'rp'lnt, in this( town He rcentIv I t'icrs' which have as yet been un rued & Ritcliie, Mr. Ross:, John Reynolds V.cur

:uid] rre inclined: to think, i thai if he I a mighty mas* of paratory process, o.j k'. Pt a l sliof1 s'.>re in P itilIt<.ljJllia, I of course chniatized.! not known Only! that how.br far.1.ich they of Horticulture maybe ;- .1. Ibnrfo'ph 2.:3ht'I'dr .

should) ajrain 1 inrel t I"1O too personally i: rhuoddjb last w.is adjourned over to .Mou- : ;tlid.1.. Scciviry to ill l! C'orduainjer's : I will be for the present attended a.- of Cscambia Stone & Nes-

In llie (busiiii'ss of :.hippilJl'IIWIl onI'oird I |day the ('jgllicun .ol. His Honor ti.e : Society. II 1': ,married: his second which relates to the l' :tClell ( J.rden.r bit, Micajah Sunny, James Sell.ns, Samuel
< Judtji" liad bten .. ''iiig through! a oouise ufI to, 1 bpotts, Lt. >wif;, Ja lies Sikts, George <
of men of ".II', in our port*, he ; wiie: t liv" trta.-k. ';iicn:) "ir New Brtmsj I[ \Vlit-n the proper lime: shall: arrive, we
medicine since his anival. I i..ki-gf Ins medirine ftheM-er, Daniel SUIns'r'illl..m! be-
'villlilfl LI.1 tiler's are' llIore I'tiul fS' : at ni<;lit and! di.-cliai: :>ng his .''lIdni.d j I wick, and: wis: makinir: preparations to !! are prepart.tl to give directions for theI eton Berry JateA'art,
in l'iw and, re-ison, than ti; C 'dreamtjf fiiu-Ii'Jis I iI 1004 n HIP i\\\ until;I this 'I lnv i i rt'niovo: t to \B\ iliiiii.tro, \' !II'rt' l hi* had I I culture of the higher oranches.Part ter 2, James I'. SchencK, Thomas 5f.aluelds .

< in his pli?Iu o|pity.' i wiu-n TIP 111.\ ..CZt J merpascd! !ns authority I conducted business!! soino! ye'irs since.l I 2cl. will contamaclectiona from : l' rJin.ud3mith, J.V.. bimonton. -
_ '_-._ ., (f Foreign Works on the aaove su.jvcts, sofuras'they
------- -- : and irqaneii u i uirntuiti nai I sui J;nission : I I .
-
He I that nioniipirarriveu:' in Ills place to t..c soilundchnia'te
I CiItt1t J.C.L n'llh'.> pun ol'iip [p.flll'lIt.t e .'ie Iii ppv may bt-ajii.hciiule! I*.Enoch Thomas: Eu:tis Trenor
_- It.1 !1'all that! liif coir.plaint is but .li lIt, I on.a visit: 10 hisirluives-.fter!: : an ab1 .I of the .Southern section ol tIme In4iiian: TnayrcAnn Tonage, July Ann ,

I'or1/eJ'enp.aco1a Gazelle. I and must rca-iilv 1 :, ; iei.l lo renu-ili-'S. \> .1 IiI I sfiu'1 of IT; year-: ., and ;mentioned tInt I I Union, or may in sonic wa} b: of use to I Thorn, G :iir.el I'hompiou, Ja lies Tliay

'o. Vii! I reasonable rest and rrlu.-u i ton I rum hus- !I' that time. I I our planters ReVieWs ol% SUCh works as .I leI'
not en: ill during M-ti\ "uj, James Tov John A. Tur-: -
i iie,. Idtill.i of the ncultu.-e of these I ;
To: the Members uf the Legislative i I I\iilr lniner he retired to an adjoin- I may treat I I ley 4, iKuiicl Furner I'liomas Thjinpsan,
1 Tlip ,
I liulians( in our Jail will niri pi !)a1 States or such as may eitstcr d.recliy or I

; ('(Minril.Hr I.1 hi:;, naveatii.il in i a few it is.in Icisii :in ir room, nnd whilst! ronver>ii\g with indirectly; Uave. un iiirtueice 0:1 us, will Gabti't. -I"or?!IN.1:1'11:1 Benj. Toliot.V. ,. Pter VantkeaW. ,

JlltIJ: t tin- :t'crda":1:111 ih.til: tioveinor mother ho -" I from his chair: tins ot me wovk.Partoil. .
\ ri.f.1-.lilackvlfnu Tfis i uc, that it perron ro be inserted in p-iri .-Joim J xVurd, E. K. "h:fe. J. MVuite ,_
Wnl tl H.'tirlll of touhr, a lt'w )'f"tr bIC, IMS ilii s'TifiJ a cnmitns-ion t'oi :1 *- !l'ri.dOy..r wi'h the appanMit inteniion; of going II will contain brief Agricultural ]..liI.j.dK.II "n, Lewis ,ViIlis -

'h'1.f','"., .illdlei,1 I j'.cpnlil1 s. Clllllt! J"al. I asid Trrnnn-T: ., to ilik,. Hon._ J uiig!...p ?o ;a settee he fell, to the floor, a :Notices: so tim it flUe Planters may not rinain I Iteiij-iu'iiii Wymun, Edward >Vwrthinjftiin .
; sp.rd
1 '. .?"4.1'...... it. .t.. flin...t ttti.f"" .-i..,1. I.11.It. <..fi*.i ., I I
) *? k- .iltinrd\ i in; any oilier 1.unn4t.e1t4hl I. t'- three time and ignora-'t of WIlt is goin: on, hu; I Juhii \\' LoOl'lIrneli' I*. U .F.I, J.
two I
? expired
; l'O.U.I'lf': !. *tc. AT. have "'.e forth.jilis or I I
li.r L2i! >!h. Notlnnj! ; u sai:I of LcjiJ ot kn.winjwh'at Wilk.ms.on Wuitenead Aaraiua
; i ceitainly iigti; :im.'lhal! in i'vr Jr'.ocek'dings. ann as it is ill d''tyqi be b.tvl in hat matter. Tlit Indians furred groan. is done in t.se ditierent parlsot the II i E. \\ oole\", U dham c. \\ lllt.le J.
l,l.o-.iiicil tu ."uard ; JT-tliist c vi I. I snlisit ir 'k _I.r ,1 world in aid of Ag'..cllltl1rc. It i* hoped, Y.-Alexander R. Yancey, NarcissiY
la it MInt he recollcfti'd. imlleaclle
are
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tit \oi "ht.tht'r.atht'rtin to I IIP Arts of ou: : : nir. will be as a to I II
tiut this! : knowledge, spur Y va. '
!: of the killing and burning Can's I lamily.It .
:Viur |"tre'it>r?'..nts il would not bp wrll to DIEDUn the 12th inst. nt PonsacolaN.ivy us also to make
atul cause
'
:
pJan Act. quiring the Laws of I lie / Some cli !em.Profrxyionals. ofour Yard, Mi. JonAl (lAVi.E.nngsis.1 I I' our fresh enteprue exertions.: Here a!*. will be insert-I MAIL ARR\NGRME.N T,
s one
-Vwinul. 10 I h.' 111 tii"! KnglUh Langu.-ig-e ; i.r. i. ) ago tarot Ship-wrfglit. In the loss of this Hoiticulturali and
Physic-tans exclaimed, that uthi place, ei n list o: A.iculturai, : I Florida Alail
Socit-tv i: of
.1.2.1' Ji vernaulm giainmaiicul English. young nun, deprived a Msr'dly ,
j Tallahassee, is most alarmingly healthy.. I lotAT icai Works. and occasionally sonic
.\ xv mi to I lie wise, &(. useful member disliiifjuishcd as wcU: for '
their DUP Tuesdiy at 10 oVIock .\. f.
And sine the commencement of court will be taken ol content every
oneofihie
I notice
lithe Ciimiual rode,should beamende'l, '1 gentlemen\ of the bar said this! Leon liis amiable manners and obliging1lisposi: Vlvertisements of A ''Cultural Works, Departs stifle t,.iv _t 2 o'ciocit; P. M.
I tin and with
would uith pioper submission, SUe f".t, lion. a i people should be of the happiest, as it i ist and or any other which nuy I All Other Mails
impliments
1?",: n :nin's: life: should be more regarded which he discharged th- various duties I drvoKing1 ,
written that "in multitude of counsellors generally, will be
\ a him in his with intf-resl the Planters
'IKNI ni> limits, &. a correspondinij punis-! t on i.itei course men.ENTERED.
sheet and altach- DUE Wednesday and Sunday at
: there i is wisdom. every
j ('nsMutcATJ.o. on a separate
Jin'nt ptovided. 'J he otTencesof Foigrrv vV.IVrjury [ ] I published
j God keep IIi o more doctors than ,' 4 o'clock P. M. '
> ; patients -> % &I-1 ed to each number.
aUo slioild l ht' more se\en'J.pillt.-
i>tKl.! l. You will do well! to a Law to : ; more la avers than clients. Idein.I We hope all such as are favorably disposed Depart every Saturjay and Tuesday

Parent any one from 'aking-a pass bond from a | NOKFOI.K, l Va ) September 2'J.j JFJ.JJ 1P :f f M Q to the work w-11 assist us in contributing at 8 o'c1odt1..
j Uncommon -- --- -- -
.Minor,that he will not assert his !Ifgal lights i which the Steam-Boat Dtspoirti.-'Thv lines have great introduced despatch Port or \ en aco\a. to its pages, and also in procuring Post0icc: Hours.
\o l-fiihe becomes Or.lgrthou h tile Courts lubsdibers for it. We request, all WHo
; I!
in our comnmnications to and from the --- mIle: Citizens of Pensacola are respectfully .
''11 set aside such bonds, as they. will mo- disposed contribute, to forward
Northern Cities is worthy occasional no- are I. requested to take notice that
1'cuis: of which they cannot, by the Act of tneir communications as earl) as pus
i tic<*. While we do not know that this in- Al.dinma Packet u? :. the Post Oitice will uniformly be closedon
12th.
C'UtigI>s I creased facility! iu our intercourse with o'clock P. M. unless
5
lav
at i
Sun
prevent such exhibitions. I R New Orleans. Corn Olives SilkWorms
; Cargo with Vines
y, Grape
commercial Cities !
these later
great portends be delayed than
1 the: U til I should
is
a matter of some question with me, article new to our
I any advantage to the business prospects of Potatoes fcc to order.CLEAED.. or any other hour of arrival in which case
d thiow ;it out for consideration as one mfoniMtion relative the usual
(,f the jutttiancs rtxatte to be decided by our own town, it i is certainly very gratifying Stales, or can give any solicit t,) the OJJce will be kept open at least onelw.ir.

you-)iow far i is it right to sanction the appouitinent to newsmongers, as well as useful &. agreeable Oct. 13lh.-Sdir. Maria, Reilley, to them we what particularly they know on Tne Mail, aUliougu not due uu;
ourselves caterers for the communicate may
to as public
ofdrunknrds and bankrupts to New Ode IIS. B dl.ist.17th. til 4 o'clock I P. MM iHually arrives soou
ctuce ? information and amusement. As an instance thesubject. to be opened by 3 o'clock so that
-On the on* hnnd, we have ancient Packet enough
of the despatch to which we refer, .-Sloop Alabama -This work will be
a "l 1e9)ectal)1e nnthoiitv.j which say- "in TERMS printed the Oifioe is usually open two hours

'':( *q rcrltas ; "-an i i'f truth bo in"Wine, we received yesterday, by the Philadelphiaand Ray, Mobile. Cargo Corn by the on Rood paper and in the octal size ; The Post Mtster therefore requests, that

U' surt-dly must be in Brandy \Viiskey' Norfolk C lOl11t'rcialline. the Philadelphia Master. at 5 per anml'D, payable on the deliveryof those who wish to enquire fur l letters on
of
a' t I liey I have more strength ; and l'-pe tell National Palladium Mondaytheday 18th.-Schr. Thorn, Campbell, the first number- $, if Paid two that day, will send or call before o'clock,
before.
lj<.! adritIkIte() or taste not." We know al- New Orleans. Ballast. months after. The first number will be and th.it: he may be enabled to close the
i is
," We are informed that the Sugar Cane
loll that it is s ud"O.pernirus issuer OH the first January next, and <*u O.fice at that time.
nourishing luxuriantly in one or two gardens SAILED.Oct. .
too, like the rest, the first of every month succeedi'j' in The Post Office is open on other days,
Thought} that ther was wialom in \Vinr; in in is city. We learn also, that in a 1. 15th.-U. Ship Natchftz G. numbers of from 32 to 5J pages accompanied from breakfast time until dark ; except
AM.that a cup of the bt-st, garden at the lower end of the city, a stalk Budd Commander bearing the necessary. the
.\\ OIlld maLe 'ason Ihe brighter to hiue." ($1 f Gronnfo Cotton ha reached the height ; Esq. ; with engraving when from 1 la 3 o'Iokad during time

Luc; .11" IPE:" is' pre.uujpdto min like of upwards of six feet. It i is a beautiful broad pennant of Com. RIDGELY.U. John D. Le are. opening orcloVmj the MaiL

.tli If others Philosopher of the day. There plant and worthy the inspection of the curious. S. Ship Erie, D. Turner Esq. NY.lasett Bunt

H raudero authority also, which, may berj'Jrt .-It it said the plant will grow into a' Commander. Charleston, August, 1827. ,

..<. tree considerable sire: and that it will not | Subscriptions* received at tIle Post MnstertPeimcola "

"r I' 'ac' ne the man, of noble, generous sou!, attain its maturity before the second year I! U. S. -Ship Hornet, A. Claxton Gazette OJ/icc I 1 October l,t, 1327."-# -:

;;Q Uurowaiiis! prudence in a flowing bowl, favio its planting;.-Augiuta Conttf l Esq. Commander .


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\\ \trO\1\ \1Jail !. I scanned with scrupulous care tlie urton

1l. C \\\ YIVOTOSALSB IF'm productions that have received*form and
and appoint Micajah
of this City.I Y P. rHICE: rn.Forputstis4ing OF my agent and pr sure" in the columns of the Mirror,in ,

the night Thurscl*) a Literary Journal called FLORIDA and things relative order that nothing might find ito way :
ON there that would oft end
against
1 2nd inst. a Negro THE fur ma delicacy;
August receiving pay i
TUB & and we feel confident that few
Man confined as a Kunawav Yard. sentiments
SOU1TElfIR.EMBF.I.L1 the Press and Type have ever been seen which were
calls h'mseif calcul&t) *
; announces its Montgomery. ed to "raise a blush on the cheek of
*
EI> ITH 1110deltv.
HANSON public, his int.on 1827-29tf ."

Splendid Quarto Engravings. lication under'the With a view to render the Mirror still S

and s\v* that he is the property ot Jehu T'IIIS work is intended as an agreeable fci asJUning the V :r. A a a more acceptable and. valuable, we purpose '

Kvans Winchester, .i i!>BI sippi. Said and instructive companion for [Public Journal the public Moneys:- on the commencement of the fifth

Jiegru man i ioo about 24 years old, 5 feet the parlour: and an appropriate attendant of the arduous and to that of tAe 22d. year and to continue it with each re

7 or 8 inches high, very stout built, is of at the Toilet-to be issued every undertaken ; but turning quarter, to accompany it with

rather a vellow complexion and has: a scar Wednesday, commencing with the first aid i from numerous EP..T1IInT,1- SI'IaJ1NDID 111161\4 VIlin a

hu right thumb I will give a reward Wednesday in July 'next. ,
on cfthc
dulgence 22d 1827. 5 extcuted in the finest
of ..Jx dollars, (being wfutthe Uw of theTerritory No exertion will be spared to render assiduous and u nre I August) style of which the:
found advisable for of the in this
allows, which it is probable "1: HE SOUVENIR," in all respects warh render the state art country will admit.
would be increased by the owner of |{ancifii. thy the patroiiuge: of the public, both as a useful opes i information.to : ", so fur to carry into It is intended to present, in SUCCe
.) mid all necessary expenses for the cheap and eljjan: emporium of useful conducted with % given in my instruction tlu- mot accurate views of our PIUNCJrJ.L

apprt-hension of siid Negro and his delivery and interesting information and % valuable will be freelv ) 1826, a"* to discon I PUBLIC EDIFICES followed by Cttrt'r..t historical
ty,
at land office of the descriptions so
a*
any to
to me in Pensacola.! repository of choice specimens/ of without preserve a
umns, r or State bank not es knowledge of the period ot their foundation
Miscellaneous Literature. Stict attention
F.: 8. Chapman, a without any : in the state or terri of the uses to which they
will he fttowed on the moral tendency of t the Editor, in are applied
Constahlc.Pensacola and of such
office situated.
City of'-TllC SOU'ENIIV' and is otter circuital'ces
Aiii't; 1 .-l4-tf.. acouo r laay hereafter I.In intend to purchase connected with them, as may be
j>!lK'rtit "'il! be : ample time to o preservation. Occasional I
cause and I inteivstsof virtue. pre : VIE W5 will
t. .f2 A:' A portion of the coi.tcnts will be as itor to render the it will not go into o. also be given, of :some ot the bold and
uefullJ; nil. first of 1828. magnificent with which
follows : January, scenery our fc.vourcd .

I WARD 1. TALKS: original and selected ; ESSAYS Jos. this instruction, the re : country abounds. A few of the

moral, humorous and scientific ; monies will) give the ne striking features which are so tonspicu.

Tar tlie Apprrhension and delivery in POETRY, onginal anJ selecttd from the {) one of the i.ewspaperv! i ous on Il( DsoN's RIVXR, w.il be Comprised

r rlar.lla ofMARTIN best .\ rcrican and Foreign publications ; TilE Horida ,\ and will continue it in this part of our plan, with the oest de

1TOTTVJ.tha tilOGRAPIHCAL :SKETCHES of distin ed iveek the change takes place. ; scription that can be given of ttieni.

jruiihe.l persons, r.11.e and finale., particularly dollars once : on be accompanied with Nothing more clearly marks the literal
annum,
per f
T1I1IAS been representedtome I tne latter ; ANECDOIES: Ron Adrertisments in the instruction: ry and moral character of a people than

'I" that MA in.LV IIUTTO, who Molt, fa. Sfc. The original matter ned uhla- I to, that purchasers ot the encouragement given to well conducted
per squire
v-asro.tmcd: in the jil ut this City, under Ce'iiartGr' this department o* our paper ami: fifty cents for provide themselves with periodical publications ; more especially
saultcdthe Carrier will be furnished by mdividuils who arc ; the bank of the United if they carry in their train a
a ch..' of tin U'Htei Sta es. Mail, wilh intent to advantageously known to the public until forbid unless oftke FINE ARTS. Until within a few

ir.ni him, for the purpose of Robbing; througi the medium of their Literary productions the contrary. receive: the notes e f ,. years, almost all attempts of this kind

tht \l.tI.: hal:: made his: escape; I do hereb ; besides the numerous' : corres- or Territory in winch have failed in our country. But Great

ottir ajcvard :KMid<-nt8 who may be expected to con Tae present 8u situated the receivers ; Uritain abounds with such works, many of

tribute. cate-will receive I j to the instruc- which: exhibit the highest display ot ex-
Dollars
of Twenty ,) II. MISCELLANY.--Intere ling items SuhtcriptJons: (d : j in guarding a ; travagU1Ctand splendour.

; tor Ins! 'apprehension; and recommitment t intelligence, foreign and do-nestle: occurrences the Ojfice of tlif p : l of the notes of any banks The rapid growth of the Mirror, and

Xo Prison. deaths, marriages. &c. specie on drmand( or the distinguished character of its patroi!,!

,. said! IIUTTO is about six feet high HI. ENGRAVINGS. first number :.% : ; good credit ; have led to the conviction, that cjn-

i strut Mult. dark; complexion, & the laige of every month will be embellished We wish that :: have means, which belling ii in the way proposed, without

Li utti-kvrs.. It.!* said that he is now with a splendid quarto shouU tll : from its remoteness,, making any additional charge for the expenses -

11. liutier: County, Alabama. EXGIUVJNG, fitted to COPPERPLA'1'w have tie ; { of the character that mav be incurred by it, will not

\V. llaell Bunt work, among which will be the following known, that tr) CU! ie h inks ot' their Stale only be not altogether: unacceptable to S
: .i is entertained those who are its friends
but
cure.loursuh :) present will
Alhambra Ancient of Man.
Post Master.Pens.cola 29 bll necessary vigilance fae the means of recommending it to fur-
<, Palace of the Burning llountaiu account 5 we \\
f I! < 5th September 192i.t Moorish Kings in one of the seven t Le Americm -' receipt of any notes by trier patronage, as to make the burden of

t ] addi ion to the ab{) _t I MII authorised Spain. wonders of Dau- any.one who will pi happen ta the United expense comparatively light. Should the
u will be allowed to l weight,however, prove disproportioned' ,
V. lois E< of Ala- View of the Permanent phiny.
hy (,HAitLES. : q. : respectfully obe to the income, the loss will full
mitting the your exclusive
ad ItiitionJ I-
fl".itla'trotl't=r in his bvhalf an Bridge Grotto of Oselles,
, :. qii. e\vard of Twenty Dollarsand t over the Schuyltna f- Temple of Pluto. so to repeat, that ; : l yon oureg.The .

l, Mr. SOLOMON M ROGERS, to add thereto kil.! Pont Du Gird near to be done by any ( KURH. typographical execution of ourgazette
y from the scribe, is to enclose hasthus far been suck ai, IB our
Ten fl)1hflS0U his account,for the a j p- : Niames Lar.gue-
S awl reco'Timitinent of the a- (i.rdeH3 of the k>c. mail, at the "isle of. ;)/ BROOKE, ? opinion, to warrant a comparison with
prehension : Editor the'' 1st July, 1827. > any other periodical in the Union.
mentioned U.\H tIN IIUTTO.W. Prince of Bisca- SaT;stirf-'s r.scent of of : ( la l
bore ria. Mont Blanc. -and whether: the propusais 'till the Slst this, as well ai in every otber respect
S.
Hasell Hunt. to furnish thi Troops flattering encomiums h-ive been
View of St. PeC8 ca e near Oy- nnM tJe: papei will b-itnw-
I Pensacoln, 26th Sept Tiibcr. 1827.ACABBJ&r. tt"rshurh''h, sans. Danphiiiy.- diutel) and the : Army, that are: or e(l upon it even by fI'f'iJnjouruats. nut

S Arch Strett Ferry, 1)esertoFthieirand I niiinr-er of tIC: I Cantonment Brooke, n is our fixed determination not to be excelled -

E'U IAVT4 A Philadelphia.I Ch lt t'lie, by thtf Kuilur."I'he by aty other publication in any way

S St. Andrew's IJal.V1 }.ar4oete! ft/untied East Prospect of American BEEI'. whatever. Arrangements are therefore
b AUelard.Giant's week!) bv J. S making: to issue thcjifth volume in a man"tr
Boivivista Actdemy \ Giant's !
n I: Trustees of the Cause January Ib28, ton-
S inform the : J t Ba'tisnore; prii'.ed I of $ alttiztther: superior to any of the preced
.I at St Andrew's Bay, Causeway way.Casilc :| December 1828, ing volumes. And
the}
La4 tor &. Bridge of Bri. of t ordinary ne"' I\: I as regards literary
public that the Institution!! is prepare-; of Segovia, requiredtebe dtHverj department
we have to add. ihua
\ti'. \Vnchob ujfpnthman don. make fc) pat; :!s ; lt> i mi Tiber
the reception <;f pupils. Spain. j cta'd in each week, individuals
for
wail known in the Stulc oiGro i iS SIte Prison, Auburn Lake of Killarney l pcs, devoted to : i i .. '. ) In such qua talents distinguished their
fov his lit New 'York. the rernaiiider! to and learning, have pledged themselves
*' and highly esteemed from ICenmure It'.rfol' their rations
c cr.irv,:attainments i> and, oilier quaJiucaiiowys rynwaUl Hill, Isle Park. 1 1Eac'h 1 L'ii al and ) !(." I : I deesii it nectry: to the to use their utmost efforts to sustain -
tht tilt I! i for hOu t' : \ character and reputation of the
oi oflVrto
Teacher has taken: charge choose to
may
a !
sul/scriber will thus be furnished work.
t tI
ir.J
: JSuturul 1 I I '
I
; that the beef will
.
Academy.Al with 13'w|
\early seventeen superior Copperplate A 111iIJiltc index Finding the present form of the Mirror

tne Branches of an English educa- I, Engravings, the pried of wbi-li if, ul.ole<< volume I i* ) I I :I j I j| } of the best the market better calculated to answer all the pu r noses '
lio'i will be viught, to/elher with tin V purchased would I attention nustI intended
than
S singly! more : double eu with tie! last : : : '' by U, than any otner ands
r55 Latin and (;red..i.mguaf"4.; the annual cost of the entire vvoik.IV. A biiiIe number \,' I, thert'oas a fli s the CNUU iVINGS, from 'Jut circumstance -
1'Hi: ] :;!: i \: wiil u'ways be made.
TOILET.- addition the will be
"I'H1Tf.II. S ARt AS FOLLOWS.Spfllinjr. to who flI.I) desire! to I rendered much more valuable -
reading, writing ( $4 !Y}. a u-.ua! Literary matte- contained in sum- publication.To I to contract, will make and beautiful than they othtrwisecould
I !
Jar I : : writing, sealed and de-
*iid Arithmetic. > quaiter pu/ficationst tile Proprietor has completed all r.tlitor., wh }! be, we shall be careful to prr.ervcsthe
thiS
S (;nimnur, (ieo raphy LoJJ6 00 an arrangement by which he will one tt'"U }' !! J! : i i: single: place bid, .s:fur.t1l1g the original i shape and size ot'tlie: pubiica
be a whicfc
Natural IMuiOsophv kc. jn r do. enabled to furnith correct descnp' i .. tion.
nidMited.uiid 111 : ;
j.c. : :
I !! \
; be inform.
sluill:
they
S lions of ,
Hie
1tth: :natics and the Ian-7 'SSUOjjuacres. prevailing fiiiluons, hot ii foreign 1Htnc s. It is! scarcely necessary to remark, tha,
I I I i 1 \ of their proposals: ei-
and domestic! !
5 do. ill'is'.rat wth eleK""t into
: : per I'. s. Tire Amt>ric ; taking view he appearance <> 1
;
. ( I ur,1; can b(> lv dn; a highlv rcapectu- i|: engravings, besides th) regular sc-- t'.roujh' every State ; i !:::I: or on 'personal uppli- character, ofth paper there has never before

Mo tLhUV, wlio have provuled cxO'lt.t:! j j jt I nes, once in each quarter ; places oJ vn-.Uen; : for !by mall} ; : :I'i Brooke, on been produced in this country a workat
t' !
t fa.; sccn.nimxlations, at $}f\OO\ per .x.uum: fashionable! resort ; sketcl.es of :life, manners g uished piaciicii: : : : once so reasonable, and so much within -
1'Al.K Lituf and
t including. hiiljl;. The Trustees feel Pi2. &c. at the earliest posiiblr period f.if.uil: Hunt A ., i the reach of every person who may ba
_.__ : As l. Cbiiiy. b.'iii-/
and from
I the most authentic
that ihtn.
) thcn. ,eli'cs aiuliurijfd; to stfite sources. disposed to possess it.
! : tlie-li.1'p-/{[ be received alter the
V. Editor's By
is ntit lij|)on any pc.noj the Southern roast:, department ; Notices of 7 As we" feel solicitous to enter upon the
. t. 11 a situation in eery respect so eligible[ asa i pas: .-1g' events: ; The Ura lIa ; New Publications tell ; pr-iJpvKied rtrriinsement with all conj

, sate and i agreeable sea board retreat, a'4 I ; Criticisms ; Reviews, &c. &c. THE v :l It=l"t expcu-.ion, we bhall restrict the
: N
.f j St. Andrew's R..v. Completely landlocked TR1VL3S )a:I ADAMS pur Ttrince rJ'es of' : I I : I I txBitor present volume to fifty numbers ; but to

.. by the points of land and island "THE SOUVENIR," wilbe published f America: do l ? : Literary GtDr-llt. make up for thi. deficiency, we intend
I II o 1 :
" st tkr entrance of the Ray, and protected I I every WEDNESDAY, on extra medium ( : VOLUME to present our readers with an elegantly

5" 1 t by the promontory of East Florida, from fine white paper printed with new nnd .the known Land, that OflJce a ))1t'i'! St (11(1 engraved t'gnztte title-page. This, how

the storms and tempests, which are so elegant type, and. decorated, in addition I :u a gracing* e..trViti, be more expensive than to iSsue -
"\S Ii prevalent and fearful .upon the Atlantic i to the engravings alluded to above, with ritory of Florid: <, <;ii I : P. MORRIS. tl1-' two additional numbers ; but all

{;, S coast, there ,is no danger to be apnrebonded -. : many t;ulbc1l !>I\ments. Each Number December nexr, f -:' : u ing his eagle.flight i the advantage will be-on the side of our

1? <
' I t J In l.tct in no part ot the lay can there and expressly! adapted for binding. At Townships 1 : No. 1 an 1 will soon meet their approbation.
complete
, ,u be discovered traces either of fcevert the epiration of every ) ear, or the close Township No 1 2, the editor thus sea To"those who may wish more fully to
and 6 and fl'iC1
l'f winds or high tides. of a volump( subscribers will be .furnish ;m elf -before his nu understand the character of the work
S S There i is every prospect of health, elgrr1ic with a general index of the contents townships: 7 respectable ant to commence their subscriptions on

S The climate is mild and equable ; and a handsomely engrave d title Townships 7, and fractional No.: 1, sentiments of patrons prf). ihe opening of a NKW VOLUME!:, perhaps its

throughout the summer most refreshing page. i proper to say, that it is.devoted (thoughnot.exclu"ive1y
Xo 3 and 9 : a deep sense of the ob-
aea breeze tempers: the ardor of the -sun'S Price of subsscription $2 50 per annum ships : impost-d him. ) to following subjects.

rays and in winter it so moderates tht I Ik payable i in advance. Postmasters Township fractional No.1, :and upon ORIGINAL MORAL TALES--either ficti.
of the west and norihwesi winds, I and others out of the \ encouragement
veness City,procuring five tious
r *. his tIL. or founded on eventa of real life
higdekt
; 6iibsrribers No. V, 10, an- 11 : expe ,
'Hut there is hardly ever any frost. The and becoming responsible for Township No. 1 and a taint expression of. i in the United States of America.T.IK .
and and there arc no the pa'mentJill be entitled
( bores are high dry to asixtb copy
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and fractional pleasure of those comprising a series of
the gratis,
: hel ncighborhoosprings.
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The ships No. 11, and I heightened when numbers-pathetic, satirical, moral, humorous -
excellent found all the- Copper-Plate embellishments
S. L ci 1 wa'erare along wili
&c.
of denominated the Ge-
be All situate South i tiioae: who make Little
$lint'e ; 110 inconvenience is experienced superintended D>' the Publisher, and East of the meridian.The of his "IU!.
1roii& musquiioes, sand flies or other lorinswcls the typographical part of the work will supporters. IbvnwJ'
; abounds with be under the Townships with the countenance publications, foreign; or
the Day exclusive direction of
n3tt1tIflg ; 4 domestic..
order above ; and the virtuous is
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fbh) and o)"->iers. It is within one dal'sJ'l I Messrs. Atkinson and Alexander, who
the lowest to the of .
S e of the rica lauds of Chipola: and it is I have been so long known to the public as number pride any ORIGINAL ESSAYS-on literature' mo
Lands reservea 'h man, it affords a rate, history, travels
American
than sail able and 1 voyages, ,
ju t more two ur three days' to enterprising artisans, that it i i-
.. Mobile or Orleans. entirely unnecessary to say that so fur as Schools, or for language to express. Antiquities, the fine arts, &c.
I excluded from sale. which springs F MALK Ca.-K.1CT'B-manners
beauty,
The Trustees cannot bat congratulate they are concerned there can be no ,
I Uiv-Jii uu.ler my I land, impressions of honour dress, and education.AMKRICAK .
doubt :!
the to the
the as
public upon singular advantages elegance of its execution
ton, thi tWLiitj-eisjhth be called forth
not
UIORHAPHY historical
g 'Which St. Andrew's Ibatfords to families and with regard to his own share of the -or
John i to the cha ketches of the
, improve s lives of such tf
who. are desirous of retreatnig to an i arrangemcntsthe Puolisher bind' himelt! persons
i
agreeable and healthy situation, during i in caseheshould fail to perform any essential Bv the President so &kindly fostered, both stxeg, as have become celebrated

the suma.er And fall months, and to Parents part of his undertaking, to refund 16-25*. t.1<: supported. We have f for their.heroism, virtue, fortitude, tat-

I who are anxious to have their children I- the.price of subscription. I Commissioner of the and shall here- c nta, patriotism, &c.

educated Agents will shortly be appointed in NEW: EST t'rttra a&oo the zeal varied: in f e'Js our LlTEHAttT l TBLtIOE5CE- notices of

r. \v. GAUTIER( different parts of the United States, until new publications. S

JOhN CLARK, ) T rm.RlCHARD which time subscriptions willi receivedby and most fra Tau I&KAMA-coniprising strictures eo
JAvOB; ROBINSON, just though humble t he
PHILIP PBJCE, Jr. No 66 Lombard .' : New-York stage.

LO.NU. Street Philadelphia to whoa all DCSULTOAT S.ELECTIOJrSl-with occa-
orders
S St. Andrew's Bay, West Florida, l will be addressed -paid.-A.d also Eagle JgSJ have been explor s lional remarks.

September i&t,18Z'28tf.I 5 JUDAH to be explored by ANICD0TES-bumorous historical
-- .. -- by DO SON.toB Chesnut street: literary, S
TOWN or 1LaaoLLa.. at the'Office of the SATURDAY EVE .-. "" highly valued corres-I I. c.PA3Sl1'fa.
same timeJmerJlI
WING POST, No. 112 Chesiut EVENTS OF THE WSZK.
street two
I 01'5 in the new Town of :
Magnolia I doors an interesting nature
.- I below the Post Office. l'uETln-or'ginal and selected ;
offered for Ie. This i h, THE
J are sa place Subscribers pages ; and .,any o- Together with other miscellaneous
p situated 8 miles from Fort St. Marks on I are requested not to pay I @Ii lie, that he : which will sue. many
any monies unless accompanied by the subjects, which it would be unnccessaryjiow -. ,
the St Marks' river and 15 from Tallahassee. of Public : : in the fairest S
of.the
receipt Publisher the to enumerate.
or
see. The river can be navigated to the Agents. house formerly elegance. The lyre

Town by vessels drawing 8 feet water. NO TICE. for that purpose, instances,Jias CONDITIONS

' The situatioi. is high, dry and healthy.; LETTERS Administration with thr square, which he fire genius, with so Tux MiRROR published every Saturda
for the proprietor, by Daniel Fanshaw, at
it has two Sulphur Springs in the vicinity venient manner for '
;
) on the Estate of Jo. : as 0 melt and the American Tract House No 87
Society
I t>ne of which is only 200 yards from the ssru NOBIEOA, late the'County of Eb- vellers and others. : To such contributors Nassau-street. Itispnnt d in the, loyal,

-I' Public Square. They are said to possess I cambia deceased, baring been granted to ',be supplied with terms to ixpresaour quarto form, on line paper, with 'a burgcuu

4 great medical qualities. Mrs. Emelia Noriega, by the H.n. the market can afford, The chief recom:[I type.

5' For further information of Terms &c. County Courtof said County ; all persons best of liquors. No expect must arise Fifty-two numbers complete volume of-

. apply to J. G. and N. Hamlen S). Marks, having demands against: sid estate are requested wanting on the part having eminently four IJUUtlred&. sixteen royal quarto a Pdge"for ,

or to Augustus Steele, Tallahassee. to present the same immediately to render general of chaste and which au IT.PGANTENORAVED viocrruTiTijurAGic

St. Marks 10th August, 1827-24 -tf and those indebted are desired to make who may favor,him language of nnd a cojiious index i ilt ,;\eii. 1

N. B. A plan of the town Magnolia payment His stables are well }'; and in refining The 1 terms are FOUR DOLLARS. per annum, !S

I fenay be seen at this a iee. Jn. de 'la! Rua ber of horses-and a moral character of our J'AYABLt 15 AyVASCI.It : .
(ktler will all
,
at
: is Awarded: by the earliest mail (uplesX
I 1Ia llcfhtazt.d \! Attorney in fact (orJlwelia Families, or of all 1 Literary publi otherj.e directed) to subscribers mid- !S

; with neatnett and despatch, ". NoriEgt. can be I we solace ourselves hug beyond the city of Neft'-1Y ark. i
ddaqrJrLxFcflli partments. efforts have not New York, February 1827.ibscrlptiona I

(J IbtJ OJico Dtk) JQJr1 .tW- ';"'., itamc I Dc I. We have receive. at. .tlju \ S \

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